AFL Round 11 Review (Season 2024)

Facts and Figures

Average Score: 83 points per team, which is fairly low, when taking into account six out of 18 teams scored 100 points or more.
Average Winning Margin: 31.11 points per game, which indicates there were relatively one-sided games. Despite that, there was a draw and three games with a margin of 14 points or less.
Round 11 (In a Nutshell): Round 11 was entertaining. Check out what transpired.

Game One of Nine

Western Bulldogs (88) v Sydney Swans (102)
Facts and Figures: Sydney Swans had 22 scoring shots, compared with Western Bulldogs who had 28. Had Western Bulldogs kicked straight they would’ve won. It was a brave display as they lost Anthony Scott, Aaron Naughton and Ed Richards through injury.
Western Bulldogs Game Changer: Jamarra Ugle-Hagan
Sydney Swans Game Changer: Chad Warner

Game Two of Nine

Fremantle Dockers (75) v Collingwood (75)
Facts and Figures: Fremantle Dockers had 20 scoring shots, while Collingwood had 25. Fremantle gave back from a 25-point deficit in the fourth quarter.
Fremantle Dockers Game Changer: Bailey Banfield
Collingwood Game Changer: Darcy Cameron

Game Three of Nine

North Melbourne (48) v Port Adelaide (107)
Facts and Figures: Port Adelaide had 27 scoring shots, compared with North Melbourne who had 13.
North Melbourne Game Changer: Luke Davies-Uniacke
Port Adelaide Game Changer: Todd Marshall

Game Four of Nine

Carlton (102) v Gold Coast Suns (73)
Facts and Figures: Carlton had 27 scoring shots, while Gold Coast Suns had 18.
Carlton Game Changer: Patrick Cripps
Gold Coast Suns Game Changer: Mac Andrew

Game Five of Nine

Geelong Cats (74) v GWS Giants (78)
Facts and Figures: GWS Giants had 23 scoring shots, compared with Geelong Cats who had 19.
Geelong Cats Game Changer: Max Holmes
GWS Giants Game Changers: Leek Aleer, Toby Greene, Jake Riccardi

Game Six of Nine

Richmond (74) v Essendon (86)
Facts and Figures: Essendon had 26 scoring shots, while Richmond had 24.
Richmond Game Changer: Dustin Martin
Essendon Game Changer: Jordan Ridley

Game Seven of Nine

Hawthorn (100) v Brisbane Lions (75)
Facts and Figures: Both teams finished the game with 25 scoring shots.
Hawthorn Game Changers: Jack Gunston, James Worpel
Brisbane Lions Game Changer: Lachie Neale

Game Eight of Nine

Melbourne Demons (100) v St Kilda (62)
Facts and Figures: Melbourne Demons had 30 scoring shots, while St Kilda had 17.
Melbourne Demons Game Changer: Max Gawn
St Kilda Game Changer: Jack Steele

Game Nine of Nine

Adelaide Crows (137) v West Coast Eagles (38)
Facts and Figures: Adelaide Crows had 32 scoring shots, compared to West Coast Eagles who had 13.
Adelaide Crows Game Changer: Jordan Dawson
West Coast Eagles Game Changer: Harley Reid


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