AFL Round 9 Review (Season 2022)

Facts and Figures

Average Score: 80.22 points per team, which is fairly low, when taking into account eight out of 18 teams scored 90 points or more.
Average Winning Margin: 42.66 points per game, which indicates there weren’t many close games. Despite that, three out of nine games had a margin of 30 points or less!
Round 9 (In a Nutshell): In Round 9 I correctly predicted the results in six out of nine matches. Find out what else occurred.

Friday (Game One of Nine)

Collingwood (51) v Western Bulldogs (99)
The Bulldogs Expose the Magpies Weaknesses!
Facts and Figures: It was 29 scoring shots to 16 in favour of the Bulldogs.
Pivotal Moment: Buku Khamis of the Bulldogs kicked the opening goal of the game, which set the scene for the rest of the game.
Collingwood Game Changer: Jack Crisp
Western Bulldogs Game Changers: Bailey Smith, Adam Treloar

Saturday (Game Two of Nine)

Hawthorn (94) v Richmond (117)
Richmond Too Classy
Facts and Figures: Richmond overcame an early deficit and a late charge by Hawthorn to win their third game in a row.
Pivotal Moment: Jason Castagna gave Richmond a 16 point lead late in the game.
Hawthorn Game Changer: James Sicily
Richmond Game Changer: Tom J. Lynch

Saturday (Game Three of Nine)

North Melbourne (46) v Port Adelaide (115)
Port Adelaide Back in Finals Contention
Facts and Figures: Port Adelaide finished the game with 30 scoring shots to North Melbourne’s 16.
Pivotal Moment: Ollie Wines kicked a goal that gave Port Adelaide a 34 point lead near quarter time.
North Melbourne Game Changer: Cameron Zurhaar
Port Adelaide Game Changer: Ollie Wines

Saturday Game (Game Four of Nine)

St Kilda (90) v Geelong Cats (80)
St Kilda Win Thrilling Contest
Facts and Figures: Both teams had 25 scoring shots. The game was tight for the most part and was played at a good tempo.
Pivotal Moment: Paddy Ryder gave St Kilda a 15 point lead with 12 minutes left in the fourth quarter.
St Kilda Game Changer: Jade Gresham
Geelong Cats Game Changer: Zach Tuohy

Saturday (Game Five of Nine)

Sydney Swans (105) v Essendon (47)
Swans Had Too Much Quality
Facts and Figures: It was 35 scoring shots to 17 in favour of the Swans.
Pivotal Moment: Tom Papley gave the Swans a 51 point lead late in the third quarter.
Sydney Swans Game Changers: Errol Gulden, Callum Mills
Essendon Game Changer: None

Saturday (Game Six of Nine)

Adelaide Crows (66) v Brisbane Lions (102)
Accurate Goal Kicking is a must
Facts and Figures: The Lions only had one more scoring shot than the Crows, but kicked straight.
Pivotal Moment: Oscar McInerney gave the Lions a 34 point lead early in the fourth quarter.
Adelaide Crows Game Changer: Jordan Dawson
Brisbane Lions Game Changer: Charlie Cameron

Sunday (Game Seven of Nine)

Gold Coast Suns (69) v Fremantle Dockers (33)
The Sun Shines Bright
Facts and Figures: The Suns put in a four quarter effort; their endeavour never wavered.
Pivotal Moment: Mabior Chol gave the Suns a 32 point lead early in the fourth quarter.
Gold Coast Suns Game Changers: Mabior Chol, Touk Miller
Fremantle Dockers Game Changer: Caleb Serong

Sunday (Game Eight of Nine)

GWS Giants (75) v Carlton (105)
The Giants in Giant Trouble
Facts and Figures: It was 30 scoring shots to 20 in favour of Carlton, so the margin could’ve been greater. It was the last game that Leon Cameron coached the Giants in, unfortunately.
Pivotal Moment: Sam Docherty kicked an inspirational goal from outside 50 that gave Carlton a 23 point lead late in the game.
GWS Giants Game Changer: Braydon Preuss
Carlton Game Changers: Sam Docherty, Jack Silvagni

Sunday (Game Nine of Nine)

West Coast Eagles (38) v Melbourne Demons (112)
The Demons Class Shown Through
Facts and Figures: It was 32 scoring shots to 13 in favour of the Demons, therefore, the margin could’ve been more.
Pivotal Moment: Christian Petracca gave the Demons an eight point lead with 13 minutes left in the first quarter.
West Coast Eagles Game Changer: None
Melbourne Demons Game Changer: Christian Petracca

 

 

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