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Brisbane Lions7.210.515.919.12[126]St Kilda2.16.69.816.1[106]
Western Bulldogs4.59.815.1123.11[149]Fremantle4.15.49.512.1[82]
North Melbourne8.[118]Collingwood2.26.212.718.11[119]
GWS Giants0.[73]Port Adelaide3.[51]
  • Defence an Issue, but Lions Getting Back to Attacking Best
    • Brisbane demonstrated the Saints’ vulnerability to heavy scoring.
    • Key players: Joe Daniher, Eric Hipwood, Charlie Cameron, Logan Morris, Kai Lohmann.
    • Lohmann emerging as a star with excellent distribution and goal-kicking.
    • Defensive issues remain, with Brisbane needing to finish teams off better.
  • Hawks Show Maturity by Spoiling Dustin Martin’s 300th
    • Hawthorn defeated Richmond at a packed MCG for Dustin Martin’s 300th match.
    • Jai Newcombe and James Sicily led the way with outstanding performances.
    • Hawthorn’s young core impressed, securing a 48-point win.
    • Martin’s goal brought back memories of his peak years.
  • Kelly a Class Above as Giants Prevail in Clash Marred by Inaccuracy
    • GWS Giants and Port Adelaide struggled with accuracy, combining for 15.34.
    • Josh Kelly marked his return with a match-sealing goal and stellar performance.
    • Lachie Whitfield also shone, contributing significantly to the win.
    • Giants sit fifth on the ladder, formidable as September approaches.
  • Clarkson’s Own Goal Gives Magpies a Famous Comeback Win
    • Alastair Clarkson’s initial strategy with Will Phillips tagging Nick Daicos was effective.
    • Clarkson’s decision to substitute Phillips in the final quarter backfired.
    • Daicos dominated the final term, leading Collingwood to a comeback victory.
    • Valuable lessons learned for North Melbourne and Clarkson.
  • Bontempelli Reaffirms Status as AFL’s Best as Dogs Resurgence Continues
    • Marcus Bontempelli led the Western Bulldogs to a 67-point victory over Fremantle.
    • Bontempelli’s performance included 30 disposals, three goals, and standout plays.
    • Tom Liberatore also excelled, contributing to the Bulldogs’ resurgence.
    • Bulldogs back in the top eight, a team to watch as finals approach.
  • Swans’ Midfield Dominates Again
    • Sydney Swans overcame a strong start from Adelaide Crows to secure a dominant win.
    • Joel Amartey kicked eight goals, turning the game around.
    • Swans’ midfield, led by James Rowbottom and Brodie Grundy, overwhelmed Adelaide.
    • Sydney appears unstoppable, well on their way to securing a top-two spot.
  • The Young Hawks Continue Taking Major Steps
    • Hawthorn showed growth, overcoming issues with closing tight games.
    • Key players: Will Day, Connor MacDonald, Josh Weddle.
    • Recent performance includes five wins in six games.
    • Promising future under Sam Mitchell’s guidance.
  • Suns Go Down as AFL Admits to Wrong Call on Free Kick
    • Controversial free kick against Gold Coast’s Mac Andrew allowed Max King to score the winning goal.
    • Suns coach Damien Hardwick criticized the decision.
    • Ross Lyon acknowledged Saints’ struggles to capitalize on opportunities.
    • St Kilda now six points outside the top eight.