AFL Round Round 3 Review (Season 2024)

Facts and Figures

Average Score: 79.94 points per team.
Average Winning Margin: 29.88 points per game, which indicates there were relatively one-sided games. Despite that, three games had a margin of seven points or less.
Round 3 (In a Nutshell): Check out what transpired in Round 3.

Teams that had the Bye

Gold Coast Suns, GWS Giants

Game One of Eight

Brisbane Lions (72) v Collingwood (92)
Facts and Figures: Both teams had 22 scoring shots, but obviously Collingwood kicked straighter.
Brisbane Lions Game Changer: Lachie Neale
Collingwood Game Changer: Jamie Elliott

Game Two of Eight

North Melbourne (81) v Carlton (137)
Facts and Figures: Carlton had 32 scoring shots, compared with North Melbourne who had 21.
North Melbourne Game Changer: Paul Curtis
Carlton Game Changer: Harry McKay

Game Three of Eight

Fremantle Dockers (69) v Adelaide Crows (34)
Facts and Figures: Both teams kicked inaccurately; it was 24 scoring shots to 14 in favour of the Dockers.
Fremantle Dockers Game Changer: Alex Pearce
Adelaide Crows Game Changer: Matt Crouch

Game Four of Eight

Essendon (71) v St Kilda (67)
Facts and Figures: Essendon had 21 scoring shots, compared with St Kilda who had 22.
Essendon Game Changer: Nic Martin
St Kilda Game Changer: Sebastian Ross

Game Five of Eight

Port Adelaide (89) v Melbourne Demons (96)
Facts and Figures: Port Adelaide had 24 scoring shots, while Melbourne Demons had 21, but Port Adelaide still lost the game.
Port Adelaide Game Changer: Connor Rozee
Melbourne Demons Game Changer: Max Gawn

Game Six of Eight

Western Bulldogs (106) v West Coast Eagles (30)
Facts and Figures: The Western Bulldogs won the last three quarters by a 74-point margin. After quarter time the Eagles scored just 16 points!
Western Bulldogs Game Changer: Adam Treloar
West Coast Eagles Game Changer: Jeremy McGovern

Game Seven of Eight

Richmond (82) v Sydney Swans (77)
Facts and Figures: Richmond had 27 scoring shots, while the Sydney Swans had 22. Richmond played with a ruthless attack on the footy.
Richmond Game Changer: Nick Vlastuin
Sydney Swans Game Changer: Isaac Heeney

Game Eight of Eight

Hawthorn (70) v Geelong Cats (106)
Facts and Figures: After quarter time the scores were level, as Geelong led by a 36-point margin at quarter time.
Hawthorn Game Changer: James Worpel
Geelong Cats Game Changers: Mitch Duncan, Oliver Henry

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