AFL Round 12 Review (Season 2024)

Facts and Figures

Average Score: 87.57 points per team, which is fairly high, when taking into account only five out of 14 teams scored 99 points or more.
Average Winning Margin: 32.57 points per game, which indicates there were relatively one-sided games. Despite that, three games had a margin of 18 points or less.
Round 12 (In a Nutshell): Round 12 was entertaining. Check out what transpired.

Teams that had a Bye

Brisbane Lions, GWS Giants, North Melbourne, Sydney Swans

Game One of Seven

Port Adelaide (71) v Carlton (107)
Facts and Figures: Carlton had 27 scoring shots, compared with Carlton who had 21. Both teams finished the game with 11 behinds!
Port Adelaide Game Changer: Mitch Georgiades
Carlton Game Changer: Patrick Cripps

Game Two of Seven

Collingwood (82) v Western Bulldogs (100)
Facts and Figures: Western Bulldogs had 25 scoring shots, while Collingwood had 22. Both teams finished the game ten behinds.
Collingwood Game Changer: Nick Daicos
Western Bulldogs Game Changer: Marcus Bontempelli

Game Three of Seven

Hawthorn (107) v Adelaide Crows (80)
Facts and Figures: Hawthorn had 27 scoring shots, compared with Adelaide who had 20.
Hawthorn Game Changers: Massimo D’Ambrosio, Dylan Moore
Adelaide Crows Game Changer: Matt Crouch

Game Four of Seven

West Coast Eagles (68) v St Kilda (82)
Facts and Figures: St Kilda had 22 scoring shots, while West Coast Eagles had 18.
West Coast Eagles Game Changer: Jamie Cripps
St Kilda Game Changers: Marcus Windhager, Mason Wood

Game Five of Seven

Geelong Cats (99) v Richmond (69)
Facts and Figures: Geelong Cats had 24 scoring shots, compared with Richmond who had 19. Both teams finished the game with nine behinds!
Geelong Cats Game Changer: Oliver Dempsey
Richmond Game Changer: Liam Baker

Game Six of Seven

Melbourne Demons (49) v Fremantle Dockers (141)
Facts and Figures: Fremantle Dockers had 31 scoring shots, while Melbourne Demons had 14. Remarkably, the Demons kicked the first two goals of the game. From then on, they were obliterated.
Melbourne Demons Game Changer: None
Fremantle Dockers Game Changer: Jordan Clark

Game Seven of Seven

Gold Coast Suns (91) v Essendon (80)
Facts and Figures: Gold Coast Suns had 21 scoring shots, compared with Essendon who had 25. The Suns won the game, because they kicked more accurately.
Gold Coast Suns Game Changer: Sam Collins
Essendon Game Changer: Nick Hind

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