Category: AFL

AFL Round 9 Preview

Round 9 has already kicked off as Richmond reminded the competition that they are still as formidable as ever, defeating the Doggies by 41 points off the back of some Dustin Martin brilliance (26 disposals, 3 goals). We still have 8 games left this round, so let’s get stuck into them. Melbourne V Port Adelaide

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AFL Round 8 Preview

How good was Round 7? Robbie Gray broke the hearts of Blue’s fans across the nation, whilst the Crows continued their descent to 0-7. We were delighted to have fans back in force, with three of the games hosting more than 25,000 which will increase to 4 games for this round. This will most likely

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AFL Round 6 Preview

Round 6 of the AFL looms to be the most interesting round of the modern era, with no games being played in Victoria and all games being played within the confines of NSW and Brisbane. Fans have been clamouring for a fairer season for years, with many unsatisfied with the way the AFL fixturing has

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AFL Round 4 Preview

WELL, it was only a matter of time before something like this happened. Essendon’s Connor Mckenna has tested positive for COVID-19, throwing the league into a tailspin. Luckily, the rounds will go ahead and the worst that will come of it is that only two of Essendon players will need to quarantine. This leaves us

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AFL Round 3 Preview

FOOTY’S return is done and dusted, after a complete boil-over saw the last 4 matches of the round end as upsets. We have more questions than answers after the completion of Round 2, but the upcoming schedule of games will hopefully go a long way in providing us with much-needed clarification! Richmond V Hawthorn Round

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AFL Round 2 Preview

JUST a few more sleeps until the AFL gets back underway after an 81 day hiatus due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Round 2 may or may not be restarting with members in the stands, although it’s not all doom and gloom, as bigger crowds are seeming increasingly likely in the near future (Not just corporates)

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