AFL Round 13 Review (Season 2024)

Facts and Figures

Average Score: 77.31 points per team, which is fairly low, because only two out of 16 teams that played scored over 100 points.
Average Winning Margin: 20.38 points per game, which indicates there were relatively close games; there were three out of eight games that had a margin of less than ten points.
Round 13 (In a Nutshell): Round 13 was entertaining. Check out what transpired.

Teams that had the Bye

Fremantle Dockers, Port Adelaide

Game One of Eight

Adelaide Crows (71) v Richmond (79)
Facts and Figures: Richmond had 19 scoring shots, while Adelaide Crows had 21. Richmond displayed plenty of grit and character.
Adelaide Crows Game Changer: Jordan Dawson
Richmond Game Changer: Noah Balta

Game Two of Eight

Western Bulldogs (71) v Brisbane Lions (114)
Facts and Figures: Brisbane Lions had 29 scoring shots, compared to Western Bulldogs who had 21. It was a much needed win for the Lions.
Western Bulldogs Game Changer: Marcus Bontempelli
Brisbane Lions Game Changers: Eric Hipwood, Lachie Neale

Game Three of Eight

Hawthorn (85) v GWS Giants (79)
Facts and Figures: Hawthorn had 25 scoring shots, while GWS Giants had 19. Both teams kicked 12 goals each.
Hawthorn Game Changer: Will Day
GWS Giants Game Changer: Lachie Whitfield

Game Four of Eight

West Coast Eagles (65) v North Melbourne (74)

Facts and Figures: North Melbourne had 19 scoring shots, compared to West Coast Eagles who had 25.
West Coast Eagles Game Changers: Jeremy McGovern, Jake Waterman
North Melbourne Game Changers: Luke Davies-Uniacke, Nick Larkey, Jy Simpkin

Game Five of Eight

St Kilda (51) v Gold Coast Suns (48)
Facts and Figures: St Kilda had 16 scoring shots, while Gold Coast Suns had 13. It was an extremely monotonous game of footy, which was low scoring.
St Kilda Game Changer: Jack Sinclair
Gold Coast Suns Game Changer: Bodhi Uwland

Game Six of Eight

Sydney Swans (112) v Geelong Cats (82)
Facts and Figures: Sydney Swans had 32 scoring shots, compared to Geelong Cats who had 22. Geelong led by a 29-point margin.
Sydney Swans Game Changer: Brodie Grundy
Geelong Cats Game Changer: Tyson Stengle

Game Seven of Eight

Essendon (70) v Carlton (96)
Facts and Figures: Carlton had 21 scoring shots, while Essendon had 25. Essendon lost the game due to their poor kicking for goal.
Essendon Game Changer: Nic Martin
Carlton Game Changer: Alex Cincotta

Game Eight of Eight

Collingwood (89) v Melbourne Demons (51)
Facts and Figures: Collingwood had 19 scoring shots, compared with Melbourne Demons who had 21.
Collingwood Game Changers: Jack Crisp, Will Hoskin-Elliott
Melbourne Demons Game Changer: Max Gawn, Alex Neal-Bullen


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