AFL Round 17 Review (Season 2024)

Facts and Figures

Average Score: 86.94 points per team, which is fairly low, when taking into account five out of 18 teams scored more than 100 points.
Average Winning Margin: 27.22 points per game, which indicates there were relatively one-sided games. Despite that, five games had a margin of 12 points or less.
Round 17 (In a Nutshell): Round 17 was entertaining. Check out what transpired.

Game One of Nine

Collingwood (80) v Essendon (92)
Facts and Figures: Essendon had 27 scoring shots, compared with Collingwood who had 20.
Collingwood Game Changer: Jack Crisp
Essendon Game Changer: Zach Merrett

Game Two of Nine

North Melbourne (87) v Gold Coast Suns (83)
Facts and Figures: North Melbourne had 22 scoring shots, while Gold Coast had 23.
North Melbourne Game Changers: Colby McKercher, Harry Sheezel
Gold Coast Suns Game Changer: Sam Day

Game Three of Nine

Port Adelaide (102) v Western Bulldogs (54)
Facts and Figures: Port Adelaide had 27 scoring shots, compared with Western Bulldogs who had 14.
Port Adelaide Game Changers: Jason Horne-Francis, Connor Rozee
Western Bulldogs Game Changer: Adam Treloar

Game Four of Nine

Geelong Cats (110) v Hawthorn (59)
Facts and Figures: Geelong Cats had 30 scoring shots, while Hawthorn had 14.
Geelong Cats Game Changer: Jeremy Cameron
Hawthorn Game Changer: Dylan Moore

Game Five of Nine

GWS Giants (116) v Carlton (104)
Facts and Figures: GWS Giants had 26 shots, compared with Carlton who had 24.
GWS Giants Game Changer: Jesse Hogan
Carlton Game Changer: Harry McKay

Game Six of Nine

Fremantle Dockers (105) v Richmond (54)
Facts and Figures: Fremantle Dockers had 25 scoring shots, while Richmond had 19.
Fremantle Dockers Game Changer: Josh Treacy
Richmond Game Changer: Toby Nankervis

Game Seven of Nine

Melbourne Demons (112) v West Coast Eagles (58)
Facts and Figures: Melbourne Demons had 27 scoring shots, compared with West Coast Eagles who had 18.
Melbourne Demons Game Changer: Jacob van Rooyen
West Coast Eagles Game Changer: Oscar Allen

Game Eight of Nine

St Kilda (84) v Sydney Swans (82)
Facts and Figures: St Kilda had 19 scoring shots, while Sydney Swans had 27; the Swans inaccurate kicking lost them the game.
St Kilda Game Changer: Mattaes Phillipou
Sydney Swans Game Changer: Chad Warner

Game Nine of Nine

Brisbane Lions (97) v Adelaide Crows (86)
Facts and Figures: Brisbane Lions had 27 scoring shots, compared with Adelaide Crows who had 21.
Brisbane Lions Game Changer: Lachie Neale
Adelaide Crows Game Changer: Ben Keays


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