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North Melbourne v Geelong: Friday footy forecast

Kangaroo Lachlan Hansen is tackled by Cat Billie Smedts during their round two clash at Etihad Stadium.

Kangaroo Lachlan Hansen is tackled by Cat Billie Smedts during their round two clash at Etihad Stadium. Photo: Vince Caligiuri


North Melbourne has troubled Geelong at their past two meetings, one of which they won, but the Cats have a top-four berth on the line and are welcoming back three premiership stars. You get the feeling they will find a way to win, even if headed early. However, North Melbourne shape as the bottom eight team the ladder leaders will least like to face in the run to the finals.


Geelong loses ruckman Dawson Simpson to injury and key forward James Podsiadly to suspension, but should regain Jimmy Bartel and Josh Hunt, and can choose between Josh Walker, Trent West and Mark Blicavs to cover their forward/ruck gaps.

North Melbourne will be hard hit by the loss of captain and clearance warrior Andrew Swallow to a serious achilles injury. Bullish tagger Levi Greenwood, solid utility Ben Jacobs, perennial contender Liam Anthony and former Demons stripling Jordan Gysberts lead the list of potential replacements, but none can fill the void left by the brave skipper.

It is a brave punter who tips against a Geelong team being strengthened by the inclusion of Jimmy Bartel. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo

Rnd 2, 2013
4.0 6.4 13.8 16.16 (112)
NORTH MELBOURNE 7.1 12.3 15.5 17.6 (108)
GOALS Geelong: Christensen 3, Hawkins 3, Chapman 2, Motlop 2, Bartel, Caddy, Podsiadly, Selwood, Duncan, Lonergan. North Melbourne: Thomas 5, Petrie 4, Tarrant 2, Mullett, Wells, Adams, Anthony, Bastinac, Atley.
BEST Geelong: Kelly, Stokes, Enright, Christensen, Selwood, Hawkins, Taylor. North Melbourne: Gibson, Swallow, Thomas, Wells, Bastinac, Goldstein, Petrie. SUBSTITUTES Geelong: Stokes (replaced Brown in Q3). North Melbourne: Jacobs (replaced Harper in Q3).  
CROWD: 34,152 at Etihad Stadium.

"I guess it's slightly intimidating for opposition teams when they know they're playing a team that will never give up."
There would be few die-hard AFL fans, and certainly not any coaches, for whom Geelong coach Chris Scott's post-match declaration would have been a revelation, after his team overcame a 41-point first-half deficit.
- Jesse Hogan, April 8, 2013

Geelong, lacklustre in the first half, booted seven goals to three in the third quarter to reduce the margin to nine points. North fought hard in the final term, and there were only two goals scored in the final 20 minutes, but the redoubtable Cats prevailed. All of Petrie's goals came in the first half, and his influence diminished once Harry Taylor replaced Tom Lonergan as his opponent. Surprising substitute Mathew Stokes had 16 second-half disposals, including seven inside-50s to lead the revival. The game set the tone for both clubs - Geelong repeatedly came from behind to win games in the first half of the season, and North has kept losing close games all season, especially against top eight teams.


North Melbourne
Geelong 4
North Melbourne stunned Geelong in round 3, 2012, leading throughout and resisting a seven-goal final term to record a 17-point upset. It was heralded as the first sign that midfielders like Ryan Bastinac (26 touches and four goals) and Jack Ziebell (27 disposals and four goals) were feted as having come of age. The clue that North still had further development to experience? Evergreen veteran Brent Harvey had just the 38 possessions. Prior to that, the Cats had toyed with North in seven straight wins stretching back to 2007.

Last 10:
North Melbourne 3
Geelong 7 

Since 2008:
2008 Rnd 11 Cats by 13
2008 Rnd 21 Cats by 3
2009 Rnd 08 Cats by 70
2010 Rnd 14 Cats by 35
2011 Rnd 07 Cats by 66
2012 Rnd 03 Roos by 17
2013 Rnd 02 Cats by 4

North Melbourne 59
Geelong 93
Draw 1

North Melbourne 3
Geelong 2

Doug Wade played in the 1963 Geelong premiership, and North Melbourne's 1975 triumph, their first-ever flag.


North Melbourne $3.40
Geelong $1.40

An exotic. For an erratic team, there is consistency to North Melbourne. So often they lead and fail to win. And the Cats are notoriously slow starters who inevitably dominate a latter portion of matches to record their wins. Match made in heaven for the half-time/full-time double ($6.50 at Betstar.)

Quarter-quad suggestions:

North Melbourne win: 1,2,3,4/2,3,4,5/2,3,4/1,2,5
Geelong win: 1,2,3,9/1,2,9,10/1,9,10,11/9,10,13

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LWWLLW North Melbourne
LWWWLW Geelong

North Melbourne 0-4
Geelong 5-0


North Melbourne are 4-4 against Geelong at Docklands. They beat Geelong here last season in round two. Overall, North has won 81, drawn two and lost 51 matches at Etihad Stadium. They are 5-3 there this year, with a biggest loss of 16 points, against Collingwood in round one.
Geelong have won all four of their games at Etihad Stadium this year, all in tight affairs, against North, Carlton, the Bulldogs and Essendon. They have won 56 of 77 matches played at the roofed arena, and nine of ther past ten games at the venue. 

On Friday nights since 2008:
Geelong 24 wins, 11 losses, 69%
North Melbourne 3 wins, 6 losses 33%

Quite big, not-so-hairy Kangaroo: Cameron Mooney played 11 games, including a grand final, for North Melbourne in 1999. Photo: Ray Kennedy


North Melbourne is in the top four in a slew of statistical categories, leading the league for disposals, effective kicks, uncontested possessions and clearances as compared to their opponents. However, they rank only 10th for inside 50s. On the other hand, they rank a respectable fifth for scores once inside 50. They are the figures of a team that wins and uses the ball well. The most relevant number with North is their eight losses by under three goals. Clearly, this is a team that could easily have won ten or more games, rather than their current seven.
Geelong is the ultimate rebounding specialist, unworried by losing clearances - they rank 17th - or contested possessions (eighth). Two things tell their story - they are first for kicking efficiency differential, and they have the biggest differential in getting the ball inside 50. The Cats' skill, pressure on opponents, and direct ball movement are unsurpassed.

KANGAROOS WIN: North jump out brightly, taking the game on, and forcing error. They win the clearances to keep the pressure on the Cats rebounders and their tall forwards keep the Geelong intercepters honest. Geelong inevitably charges back at them, but finally, the Kangaroos have learnt some defnsive skills which enable them to hold tight.

CATS WIN: The Cats play North at their own game (after all, they invented it), their midfield ball-sharing too skilful and persistent. With a top-four berth on the line, and competition for places in their line-up intensifying, Geelong is methodical, starting better than usual and overcoming every challenge as it appears. Five goals at least.

Big Hairy Cat: Mooney went on to play 210 games for Geelong and won two premierships in the hoops. Photo: Justin McManus


North Melbourne have made a bad habit of suffering massive finals defeats of late. One such occasion was the 2007 Qualifying Final at the MCG, when the 106-point margin was a fair indication that the rising Cats would take out the flag (which they won by 119 points over Port Adelaide). Inaccuracy curtailed the Cats in the first quarter, but they led by 45 points at half-time. Paul Chapman and Cameron Mooney booted five goals for Geelong. North Melbourne had eight players who recorded fewer than ten disposals, including names such as Leigh Brown, Brent Harvey, David Hale, Drew Petrie and Glenn Archer. Remarkably, the Roos regrouped to beat Hawthorn the following week.

North won the previous (Qualifying) Final between the teams, in 1997, when Wayne Carey’s seven goals highlighted a three-goal win at the MCG. North led, but only narrowly, at each change.

Winger Wayne Schimmelbusch nailed six majors in North 33-point win in the 1976 semi-final, which the Kangaroos led all day.

The best and most famous game played between the teams was surely the fondly remembered (by Geelong and neutral fans) preliminary final of 1994. In a brilliant, fast-moving game, North led by three goals at quarter time, trailed by four goals at half-time, and inexorably clawed back the deficit, levelling inside the final minute. Cruelly for the Roos, a mongrel hacked snap from a boundary throw-in by midfielder Leigh Tudor found Gary Ablett right in front, right on the siren. He converted to give the Cats a six-point win, and a berth in their third grand final in five years. Ablett ended with three majors from five disposals. Carey had six goals from 24 possessions and 14 marks.

That game had momentum lurches, but so did the first-ever final between the clubs, the 1950 preliminary final, watched by 73,539 at the MCG. North won through to its first-ever grand final despite trailing 7.3 (45) to 1.0 (6) at quarter time, and not hitting the front until the last term. They eventually won by 17 points, 21-year-old full-forward Jock Spencer booting five goals.

John Burns was a fine, feisty centreman for North Melbourne in the 1970s. That's him being obscured by a match-winning Malcolm Blight grab at Arden Street in 1976. He played his final season at Geelong in 1979.


North Melbourne appears to be a team built on the Geelong model. Draft prudently, rebuild the list with a group of kids who get to play alongside each other for the duration of their careers, and be patient. There will be frustrations, but eventually, the penny will drop once the kids start working hard enough for each other, and the results from a unified, highly skilled group will follow. In Geelong's case, it was the disappointing 2006 season that proved the catalyst for soul-searching that stung the team into becoming a juggernaut.

North has rebuilt with a slew of talented kids, and begun playing in the way of the modern Geelong, taking the game on and flowing through the corridor when possible. But there the comparisons may have to end.

Are Jack Ziebell and Ryan Bastinac potentially the equal of Jimmy Bartel and James Kelly?

Does North collectively have the talent of any of the Geelong teams since 2006?


And it is time for the Kangaroos to forge their own style and history, and provide the unique gameplan that another young team will want to emulate in years to come.

Of all the marks of the Geelong team, two things set them aside from honest imitators like the Kangaroos. 

1. Having achieved through dare and flair for so long, they have the confidence borne of experience to take the game on, not just when the team is on the crest of a wave, but when it is under pressure.

2. They know how to win. The Cats sometimes struggle to get their engines running at the outset, but when pride or position is under threat, they rise to the occasion and redouble their efforts.

North are better than their ladder position suggests, but when the going gets tough, Geelong's self-belief will sustain them.

Leigh Colbert played 105 games for Geelong and 104 macthes for North Melbourne. Photo: Tony McDonough.


These two teams seemed to have a player-exchange program going in the past three decades. Perhaps the dual-club success of celebrated full-forward Doug Wade - who won flags with both clubs in the 1960s and 1970s - inspired the fruitful prorgam. Celebrated Roos high-flyer Phil 'The Snake' Baker snuck in nine 1975 games for the Cats between his fifth and sixth seasons for the Kangaroos, but the border crossings didn't start in earnest until the likes of John Mossop made the move in the early 80s. Here's a few of the Kangaroo-Cats or Cat-Roos of note, of late: 

Doug Wade 1961-1975: G 208, NM 59
Phil Baker
1971-1979: NM 97, G 9
John Burns 1973-1979: NM 95, G 17
John Mossop 1979-1989: G 134, NM 37
Darren Steele 1984-1994: NM 119, G 18
Robert Scott 1986-2000: G 157, NM 88
Liam Pickering 1989-1999: NM 22, G 102
Leigh Tudor
1989-1996: NM 8, G 60
Leigh Colbert 1993-2005: G 105, NM 104
Kent Kingsley 1999-2007: NM 12, G 110, (Rich 3)
Cameron Mooney 1999-2011: NM 11, G 210 

Post club-switch games played: Geelong 526; North Melbourne 288. 

Forward Kent Kingsley played 12 games in two seasons with North Melbourne before his six seasons at Geelong. Photo: Vince Caliguiri


Best chance of an underdog upset:
are $2.08 away to Carlton ($1.77). There is a reason the Dockers are a top-four prospect games ahead of the Blues on the ladder, and they welcome back important small forward Hayden Ballantyne. They have only lost to top four teams and Richmond this season. Carlton has only lost to such opponents.
Essendon ($2.02) has defied off-field troubles all year. It would only have to do so again to overcome Collingwood ($1.82), which is playing extremely poorly.
Adelaide ($2.08) are playing football good enough to trouble the still gutsy, but certainly tiring Port Adelaide ($1.77). The underdog often performs above their station in Showdowns.
Gold Coast ($2.95) has a strong enough midfield to scare the pants off West Coast, even in the west. The Eagles's on-ball cupboard is bare after Chris Masten joined their injury list.


Fremantle's recent form is waning, but they can raise a big enough effort to withstand the experimenting Blues. They just don't lose to bottom-eight teams.


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AFL 2016

Round 1
Thu, 24 MarTimes shown AEDT
RIC vs CAR 19:20MCG
Sat, 26 MarTimes shown AEDT
MEL vs GWS 13:40MCG
GCF vs ESS 16:35MS
NTH vs ADE 19:25ES
SYD vs COL 19:25ANZ
Sun, 27 MarTimes shown AEDT
WBU vs FRE 13:10ES
PTA vs STK 15:20Adelaide Oval
WCE vs BRI 19:40Domain Stadium
Mon, 28 MarTimes shown AEDT
GEE vs HAW 15:20MCG
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Round 2
Fri, 01 AprTimes shown AEDT
COL vs RIC 19:50MCG
Sat, 02 AprTimes shown AEDT
ADE vs PTA 13:45Adelaide Oval
ESS vs MEL 14:10MCG
BRI vs NTH 16:35G
STK vs WBU 19:25ES
FRE vs GCF 19:40Domain Stadium
Sun, 03 AprTimes shown AEST
GWS vs GEE 13:10SO
HAW vs WCE 15:20MCG
CAR vs SYD 16:40ES
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Round 3
Fri, 08 AprTimes shown AEST
PTA vs ESS 19:50Adelaide Oval
Sat, 09 AprTimes shown AEST
STK vs COL 13:45MCG
RIC vs ADE 14:10ES
SYD vs GWS 16:35SCG
GCF vs CAR 19:25MS
WCE vs FRE 19:40Domain Stadium
Sun, 10 AprTimes shown AEST
NTH vs MEL 13:10BA
WBU vs HAW 15:20ES
GEE vs BRI 16:40SS
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Round 4
Fri, 15 AprTimes shown AEST
WCE vs RIC 20:10Domain Stadium
Sat, 16 AprTimes shown AEST
ESS vs GEE 13:45MCG
HAW vs STK 14:10AS
BRI vs GCF 16:35G
CAR vs WBU 19:25ES
ADE vs SYD 19:40Adelaide Oval
Sun, 17 AprTimes shown AEST
GWS vs PTA 13:10SO
COL vs MEL 15:20MCG
NTH vs FRE 16:40ES
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Round 5
Fri, 22 AprTimes shown AEST
HAW vs ADE 19:50MCG
Sat, 23 AprTimes shown AEST
SYD vs WCE 13:40SCG
GCF vs NTH 16:35MS
WBU vs BRI 19:25ES
PTA vs GEE 19:40Adelaide Oval
Sun, 24 AprTimes shown AEST
STK vs GWS 13:10ES
FRE vs CAR 16:10Domain Stadium
MEL vs RIC 19:10MCG
Mon, 25 AprTimes shown AEST
COL vs ESS 15:20MCG
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Round 6
Fri, 29 AprTimes shown AEST
NTH vs WBU 19:50ES
Sat, 30 AprTimes shown AEST
MEL vs STK 13:45ES
ADE vs FRE 14:10Adelaide Oval
GWS vs HAW 16:35Spotless Stadium
RIC vs PTA 19:25MCG
GEE vs GCF 19:25SS
Sun, 01 MayTimes shown AEST
BRI vs SYD 13:10G
CAR vs ESS 15:20MCG
WCE vs COL 16:40Domain Stadium
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Round 7
Fri, 06 MayTimes shown AEST
RIC vs HAW 19:50MCG
Sat, 07 MayTimes shown AEST
COL vs CAR 13:45MCG
GEE vs WCE 14:10SS
SYD vs ESS 16:35ANZ
GCF vs MEL 17:10MS
WBU vs ADE 19:40ES
FRE vs GWS 20:10Domain Stadium
Sun, 08 MayTimes shown AEST
STK vs NTH 15:20ES
PTA vs BRI 16:40Adelaide Oval
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Round 8
Fri, 13 MayTimes shown AEST
ADE vs GEE 19:50Adelaide Oval
Sat, 14 MayTimes shown AEST
ESS vs NTH 13:45ES
HAW vs FRE 14:10AS
GWS vs GCF 16:35Spotless Stadium
BRI vs COL 19:25G
RIC vs SYD 19:25MCG
Sun, 15 MayTimes shown AEST
CAR vs PTA 13:10ES
MEL vs WBU 15:20MCG
WCE vs STK 16:40Domain Stadium
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Round 9
Fri, 20 MayTimes shown AEST
HAW vs SYD 19:50MCG
Sat, 21 MayTimes shown AEST
COL vs GEE 13:45MCG
GCF vs ADE 14:10MS
PTA vs WCE 16:35Adelaide Oval
NTH vs CAR 19:25ES
FRE vs RIC 19:40Domain Stadium
Sun, 22 MayTimes shown AEST
MEL vs BRI 13:10MCG
GWS vs WBU 15:20Spotless Stadium
STK vs ESS 16:40ES
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Round 10
Fri, 27 MayTimes shown AEST
SYD vs NTH 19:50SCG
Sat, 28 MayTimes shown AEST
BRI vs HAW 13:45G
MEL vs PTA 14:10TIO Traeger Park
STK vs FRE 16:35ES
ESS vs RIC 19:25MCG
ADE vs GWS 19:40Adelaide Oval
Sun, 29 MayTimes shown AEST
CAR vs GEE 13:10ES
COL vs WBU 15:20MCG
WCE vs GCF 16:40Domain Stadium
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Round 11
Fri, 03 JunTimes shown AEST
NTH vs RIC 19:50BA
Sat, 04 JunTimes shown AEST
HAW vs MEL 13:45MCG
CAR vs BRI 14:10ES
GEE vs GWS 16:35SS
GCF vs SYD 19:25MS
FRE vs ESS 19:40Domain Stadium
Sun, 05 JunTimes shown AEST
COL vs PTA 13:10MCG
WBU vs WCE 15:20ES
ADE vs STK 16:40Adelaide Oval
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Round 12
Fri, 10 JunTimes shown AEST
ESS vs HAW 19:50ES
Sat, 11 JunTimes shown AEST
PTA vs WBU 13:40Adelaide Oval
BRI vs FRE 16:35G
GEE vs NTH 19:25ES
WCE vs ADE 19:40Domain Stadium
Sun, 12 JunTimes shown AEST
STK vs CAR 13:10ES
RIC vs GCF 15:20MCG
GWS vs SYD 16:40Spotless Stadium
Mon, 13 JunTimes shown AEST
MEL vs COL 15:20MCG
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Round 13
Fri, 17 JunTimes shown AEST
NTH vs HAW 19:50ES
Sat, 18 JunTimes shown AEST
BRI vs WCE 13:40G
FRE vs PTA 16:35Domain Stadium
WBU vs GEE 19:25ES
Sun, 19 JunTimes shown AEST
SYD vs MEL 13:10SCG
ESS vs GWS 16:40ES
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Round 14
Thu, 23 JunTimes shown AEST
ADE vs NTH 19:50Adelaide Oval
Fri, 24 JunTimes shown AEST
COL vs FRE 19:50MCG
Sat, 25 JunTimes shown AEST
RIC vs BRI 13:40MCG
GWS vs CAR 16:35Spotless Stadium
STK vs GEE 19:25ES
Sun, 26 JunTimes shown AEST
HAW vs GCF 15:20AS
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Round 15
Thu, 30 JunTimes shown AEST
WCE vs ESS 20:10Domain Stadium
Fri, 01 JulTimes shown AEST
PTA vs RIC 19:50Adelaide Oval
Sat, 02 JulTimes shown AEST
GCF vs STK 13:40MS
SYD vs WBU 16:35SCG
CAR vs COL 19:25MCG
Sun, 03 JulTimes shown AEST
MEL vs ADE 15:20MCG
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Round 16
Thu, 07 JulTimes shown AEST
PTA vs HAW 19:50Adelaide Oval
Fri, 08 JulTimes shown AEST
GEE vs SYD 19:50SS
Sat, 09 JulTimes shown AEST
GWS vs COL 13:40Spotless Stadium
GCF vs BRI 16:35MS
WBU vs RIC 19:25ES
MEL vs FRE 19:40TIO
Sun, 10 JulTimes shown AEST
CAR vs ADE 13:10MCG
WCE vs NTH 15:20Domain Stadium
ESS vs STK 16:40ES
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Round 17
Thu, 14 JulTimes shown AEST
SYD vs HAW 19:20SCG
Fri, 15 JulTimes shown AEST
FRE vs GEE 20:10Domain Stadium
Sat, 16 JulTimes shown AEST
RIC vs ESS 13:40MCG
NTH vs PTA 16:35ES
WBU vs GCF 19:25CAZ
ADE vs COL 19:40Adelaide Oval
Sun, 17 JulTimes shown AEST
CAR vs WCE 13:10MCG
STK vs MEL 15:20ES
BRI vs GWS 16:40G
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Round 18
Fri, 22 JulTimes shown AEST
COL vs NTH 19:50ES
Sat, 23 JulTimes shown AEST
SYD vs CAR 13:45ANZ
GCF vs FRE 14:10MS
WCE vs MEL 16:35Domain Stadium
WBU vs STK 19:25ES
GEE vs ADE 19:25SS
Sun, 24 JulTimes shown AEST
ESS vs BRI 13:10ES
HAW vs RIC 15:20MCG
PTA vs GWS 16:40Adelaide Oval
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Round 19
Fri, 29 JulTimes shown AEST
GEE vs WBU 19:50SS
Sat, 30 JulTimes shown AEST
GWS vs RIC 13:45SO
HAW vs CAR 14:10AS
COL vs WCE 16:35MCG
BRI vs PTA 19:25G
NTH vs STK 19:25ES
Sun, 31 JulTimes shown AEST
MEL vs GCF 13:10MCG
FRE vs SYD 15:20Domain Stadium
ADE vs ESS 16:40Adelaide Oval
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Round 20
Fri, 05 AugTimes shown AEST
RIC vs COL 19:50MCG
Sat, 06 AugTimes shown AEST
SYD vs PTA 13:45SCG
MEL vs HAW 14:10MCG
GCF vs GWS 16:35MS
WBU vs NTH 19:25ES
ADE vs BRI 19:40Adelaide Oval
Sun, 07 AugTimes shown AEST
CAR vs STK 13:10MCG
GEE vs ESS 15:20ES
FRE vs WCE 16:40Domain Stadium
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Round 21
Fri, 12 AugTimes shown AEST
WBU vs COL 19:50ES
Sat, 13 AugTimes shown AEST
BRI vs CAR 13:45G
HAW vs NTH 14:10MCG
GWS vs WCE 16:35Spotless Stadium
STK vs SYD 19:25ES
PTA vs MEL 19:40Adelaide Oval
Sun, 14 AugTimes shown AEST
ESS vs GCF 13:10ES
RIC vs GEE 15:20MCG
FRE vs ADE 16:40Domain Stadium
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Round 22
Fri, 19 AugTimes shown AEST
WCE vs HAW 20:10Domain Stadium
Sat, 20 AugTimes shown AEST
NTH vs SYD 13:45BA
RIC vs STK 14:10MCG
GWS vs FRE 16:35Spotless Stadium
COL vs GCF 19:25ES
PTA vs ADE 19:40Adelaide Oval
Sun, 21 AugTimes shown AEST
CAR vs MEL 13:10MCG
BRI vs GEE 15:20G
ESS vs WBU 16:40ES
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Round 23
Sat, 27 AugTimes shown AEST
HAW vs COL 12:00MCG
STK vs BRI 12:00ES
ESS vs CAR 12:00MCG
GCF vs PTA 12:00MS
SYD vs RIC 12:00SCG
NTH vs GWS 12:00ES
GEE vs MEL 12:00SS
ADE vs WCE 12:30Adelaide Oval
FRE vs WBU 14:00Domain Stadium
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AFL 2015
Overall standings
Team P W L D % Pts
Adelaide Crows 0 0 0 0 - 0
Brisbane Lions 0 0 0 0 - 0
Carlton 0 0 0 0 - 0
Collingwood 0 0 0 0 - 0
Essendon 0 0 0 0 - 0
Fremantle 0 0 0 0 - 0
Geelong Cats 0 0 0 0 - 0
Gold Coast Suns 0 0 0 0 - 0
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