AFL Round 15 Review (Season 2020)

Facts and Figures

Average Score: 49.75 points per team; Reasonably low.
Average Winning Margins: 19.16 points per game, which indicates that there weren’t a lot of close games, with the biggest margin 35 points with the Adelaide Crows beating Hawthorn.
Round 15 (In a Nutshell): Adelaide Crows didn’t only win their first game of the Season they scored the highest amount of 83 points.

Tuesday Night Games

Hawthorn (48) v Adelaide Crows (83)
Crows Too Good for Ill Prepared Hawthorn!
Facts and Figures: Adelaide couldn’t have played much better than they did.
Pivotal Moment: Lachlan Murphy kicked a freakish goal in the fourth quarter.
Hawthorn Game Changer: Jack Scrimshaw
Adelaide Crows Game Changer: Matt Crouch

West Coast (60) v Essendon (45)
West Coast Victorious in Arm Wrestle!
Facts and Figures: Both teams had 15 scoring shots.
Pivotal Moments: Liam Ryan kicked his third goal of the game in the second quarter.
West Coast Game Changer: Liam Ryan                                                                    Essendon Game Changer: Anthony Mcdonald-Tipungwuti

Wednesday Night Game

Richmond (56) v Fremantle (29)
Richmond Show Resolve, Despite Being Tested!
Facts and Figures: Matt Taberner has still kicked at least one goal a game in AFL Season 2020. Both teams kicked just seven goals combined at three quarter time. It was a low scoring tight game.
Pivotal Moments: Tom Lynch took a great mark and kicked the second goal of the game. Mitch Crowden kicked Fremantle’s second goal in a row in the third quarter.
Richmond Game Changer: Tom Lynch
Fremantle Game Changer: Blake Acres

Thursday Evening Game

Sydney Swans (67) v Melbourne Demons (46)
Sensational Swans!
Facts and Figures: Sydney Swans played a sensational game. It was an upset win in a game that the Melbourne Demons needed to win.
Pivotal Moments: James Rowbottom kicked an intelligent goal, which was the opening goal of the game. Luke Parker kicked the first goal of the fourth quarter, from a tough angle.
Sydney Swans Game Changer: Luke Parker
Melbourne Demons Game Changer: Ed Langdon

Thursday Night Game

GWS (48) v Carlton (39)
GWS Win a Game they Didn’t Deserve to Win!
Facts and Figures: The goal kicking from both teams was below an adequate standard.
Pivotal Moments: Jack Riccardi kicked the first two goals of the last quarter to make the deficit nine points.
GWS Game Changer: Nick Haynes
Carlton Game Changer: Sam Walsh

Friday Night Game

Brisbane Lions (42) v Collingwood (34)
Lions Win Close Contest!
Facts and Figures: The contest was in the balance until the last minute. Harris Andrews suffered a hamstring injury, which is a big loss for the Brisbane Lions.
Pivotal Moments:  Eric Hipwood kicked Brisbane Lions first goal of the game. Jamie Elliot made the deficit 13 points in the fourth quarter.
Brisbane Lions Game Changer: Lachie Neale
Collingwood Game Changer: Jack Crisp


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