AFL Footystats Diary, June 27, 2016 – The News Hoover


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2016, ROUND 14 – Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday, June 23-24-25-26

Thursday (n)
Adelaide Oval
7.50pm EST

Friday (n)
MCG
7.50pm
EST
Saturday
MCG
1:40pm
EST
Saturday (n)
SydShowG
4:35pm
EST
Saturday (n)
Docklands
7:25pm
EST
Sunday
York Park
3:20pm
EST

bye:

Adelaide
12.28-100

North Melb
10.7-67
Collingwood
12.13-85

Fremantle
5.7-37
Richmond
17.15-117

Brisbane
11.9-75
GWS Giants
18.19-127

Carlton
9.11-65
St Kilda
14.9-93

Geelong
13.12-90
Hawthorn
12.14-86

Gold Coast
8.12-60

Essendon, Melbourne, Port Adelaide,
Sydney, West Coast, Western Bulldogs


2016, ROUND 15 – Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday, June 30, July 1-2-3

Thursday (n)
Subiaco Oval
8:10pm EST

Friday (n)
Adelaide Oval
7:50pm
EST
Saturday
Carrara Oval
1:40pm
EST
Saturday (n)
SCG
4:35pm
EST
Saturday (n)
MCG
7:25pm
EST
Sunday
MCG
3:20pm
EST

byes:

West Coast
Essendon
Port Adelaide
Richmond
Gold Coast
St Kilda
Sydney
West.B'dogs
Carlton
Collingwood
Melbourne
Adelaide

Brisbane, Fremantle, Geelong,
GWS Giants, Hawthorn, North Melbourne


 

Stats Update of 2016 (see below)

 

Head-to-Head premiership stats –
Match History – W-L-D

 

The Best of Round 15 – all the records

 

In depth and obscure trivia from Rogers Results

 

QxQ scores, goalkickers, best players – Match Review 2016

 

Tribunal, MRP – 2016

 

Stab Kicks ...

June 22: The Age reported: Richmond will boycott Triple M Radio this weekend in the wake of Eddie McGuire's "joke" about drowning senior Fairfax football journalist Caroline Wilson.
Veteran Richmond forward Jack Riewoldt revealed the move on Fox Footy's 360 program on Tuesday night. He said the club's move had been driven by "a couple of senior players."

The ABC Grandstand webpage noted – "McGuire joked with North Melbourne chairman James Brayshaw and All Australian selector Danny
Frawley
about drowning Wilson and offered to donate $50,000 if she "stays under" water ahead of the Big Freeze at the 'G fundraising event on Queen's Birthday. 'Oh she'll burn you like everyone else, mate, she's like the black widow. She sucks you in and gets you, and you start talking to her and then bang, she gets you"– more ...

All three men have since apologised unreservedly for their comments.

Earlier on Tuesday night, the Collingwood board backed the president after McGuire eventually apologised.
The club's board met at 4pm on Tuesday, before releasing a statement saying it accepted McGuire's apology for derogatory comments a week ago about drowning Wilson in a pool of icy water.

June 21: The Age reported: North Melbourne coach Brad Scott has been fined $30,000 and North $50,000 after Scott claimed the umpires in Friday night's clash against Hawthorn were biased.
Jon Pierik detailed Scott made the explosive allegations in the post-match press conference, claiming an umpire had told his players that free kicks would not be paid to small forward Lindsay Thomas because he was "a ducker".
Scott and the Kangaroos had apologised for the comments and were handed a "please explain" by the AFL – more ...
The AFL website on Monday noted: Essendon champion James Hird (as captain) was fined $20,000 in 2004 when he called the officiating in a Bombers game
(R2-Dok v StK) "disgraceful" and singled out umpire Scott McLaren ... the next season, former St Kilda coach Grant Thomas was out of pocket $15,000 for comments about League umpires having inflated egos.

June 17-18-19: Round 13 saw the use of four central umpires in the six scheduled matches. The experiment which started in 2005 was to continue in Rounds 14-15. A third umpire was introduced in 1994, the second umpire was added in 1976.

June 15: The AFL at the MCG unveiled the national women's league to compete in the eight-week season in February-March 2017. The inaugural eight clubs are Carlton, Collingwood, the Western Bulldogs who will be joined by Fremantle, Adelaide, Brisbane Lions and Greater Western Sydney.
Other AFL club applicants, Richmond, Geelong, North Melbourne and St Kilda, along with the West Coast Eagles, have been granted provisional licences to be part of an expanded women's league in 2018, depending on development of the game in their areas.


Footystats chronology, 1858-2016 — more ...


Stats Update
last update — Round 14 – Game 6
[detail subject to correction]


Highest Scores

25.18-168 GEELONG v Gold Coast 7.6-48 R6(n)-KP
26.10-166 WEST COAST v Brisbane 15.12-102 R1(n)-S
24.16-160 MELBOURNE v Gold Coast 14.3-87 R7(n)-c
24.14-158 GWS GIANTS v Hawthorn 12.11-83 R6(n)-SSh
22.19-151 GWS GIANTS v Port Adelaide 9.11-54 R4-Man
22.19-151 HAWTHORN v Essendon 6.7-43 R12(n)-Dok
22.17-149 GWS GIANTS v Gold Coast 9.4-58 R8(n)-SSh
22.17-149 ADELAIDE v Gold Coast 11.8-74 R9-C
23.9-147 FREMANTLE v Brisbane 9.10-64 R12(n)-BCG
22.10-142 COLLINGWOOD v Essendon 11.7-73 R5-MCG
20.23-143 COLLINGWOOD v Brisbane 10.5-65 R8(n)-BCG
22.10-142 COLLINGWOOD v Essendon 11.7-73 R5-MCG
21.10-136 NORTH MELB v Melbourne 20.11-131 R3-BO
21.10-136 HAWTHORN v Richmond 13.12-90 R7(n)-MCG
21.10-136 PORT ADELAIDE v Brisbane 7.17-59 R7(n)-AO
20.15-135 ST KILDA v Melbourne 15.6-96 R6-Dok
20.15-135 SYDNEY v Essendon 7.12-54 R7(n)-SCG
21.9-135 HAWTHORN v Brisbane 13.9-87 R10-BCG
18.25-133 SYDNEY v Collingwood 7.11-53 R1(n)-SCG
20.13-133 PORT ADELAIDE v St Kilda 15.10-100 R1-AO
19.19-133 ADELAIDE v St Kilda 6.9-45 R11(n)-AO
20.12-132 NORTH MELB v Fremantle 14.17-101 R4(n)-Dok
20.12-132 WEST COAST v St Kilda 3.11-29 R8-S
20.12-132 WEST COAST v Gold Coast 7.13-55 R10-S
20.11-131 SYDNEY v Carlton 10.11-71 R2(n)-Dok
20.11-131 MELBOURNE v North Melb 21.10-136 R3-BO
20.11-131 WEST COAST v Brisbane 12.10-82 R13-BCG
20.9-129 MELBOURNE v Richmond 14.12-96 R5(n)-MCG
19.14-128 ADELAIDE v Richmond 13.14-92 R3-Dok
18.19-127 GWS GIANTS v Carlton 9.11-65 R14(n)-SSh
20.6-126 FREMANTLE v Essendon 6.11-47 R11(n)-S
19.12-126 GWS GIANTS v St Kilda 12.7-79 R11-Dok
19.12-126 GOLD COAST v Fremantle 14.16-100 R2(n)-S
18.17-125 GEELONG v Brisbane 7.14-56 R3(n)-KP
18.17-125 WEST COAST v Richmond 9.3-57 R4(n)-S
19.11-125 PORT ADELAIDE v Collingwood 7.16-58 R11-MCG

Lowest Scores

3.11-29 ST KILDA v West Coast 20.12-132 R8-S
4.7-31 MELBOURNE v Sydney 12.12-86 R13-SCG
5.5-36 ST KILDA v West.B'dogs 13.15-93 R2(n)-Dok
5.7-37 FREMANTLE v Collingwood 12.13-85 R14(n)-MCG
5.8-38 FREMANTLE v West.B'dogs 15.13-103 R1-Dok
5.11-41 CARLTON v Gold Coast 13.17-95 R3(n)-C
6.5-41 GOLD COAST v Sydney 11.13-79 R11(n)-C
6.6-42 ESSENDON v Geelong 9.18-72 R4-MCG
6.7-43 ESSENDON v Hawthorn 23.13-151 R12(n)-Dok
5.13-43 WEST.B'DOGS v Geelong 16.4-100 R13(n)-Dok
6.9-45 WEST.B'DOGS v North Melb 9.7-61 R6(n)-Dok
6.9-45 FREMANTLE v Richmond 11.17-83 R9-S
6.9-45 ST KILDA v Adelaide 19.19-133 R11(n)-AO
6.10-46 CARLTON v North Melb 17.11-113 R9(n)-Dok
6.11-47 ESSENDON v Fremantle 20.6-126 R11(n)-S
7.6-48 GOLD COAST v Geelong 25.18-168 R6(n)-KP
7.7-49 CARLTON v West.B'dogs 13.7-85 R4(n)-Dok
7.7-49 WEST COAST v Sydney 12.16-88 R5-SCG
7.9-51 ESSENDON v Port Adelaide 17.10-112 R3(n)-AO

Best in Goals

8.2 – Josh J KENNEDY – WCE 26.10-166 v Bri 15.12-102 R1(n)-S
8.0 – Josh JENKINS – Ade 17.6-108 v WB 18.15-123 R7(n)-Dok
 
 
7.1 – Jesse HOGAN – Mel 15.6-96 v StK 20.15-135 R6-Dok
7.2 – Jeremy CAMERON – GWS 22.17-149 v GC 9.4-58 R8(n)-SSh
7.0 – Josh J KENNEDY – WCE 14.10-94 v PA 13.8-86 R9(n)-AO
7.3 – Josh JENKINS – Ade 19.19-133 v StK 6.9-45 R11(n)-AO
 
 
6.1 – Tom T LYNCH – Ade 22.12-144 v PA 11.20-86 R2-AO
6.0 – Alex FASOLO – Col 13.9-87 v Rch 12.14-86 R2(n)-MCG
6.0 – Brent HARVEY – NM 21.10-136 v Melb 20.11-131 R3-BP
6.0 – Luke BREUST – Haw 21.10-136 v Rch 13.12-90 R7(n)-MCG
6.3 – Lance FRANKLIN – Syd 20.15-135 v Ess 7.12-54 R7(n)-SCG
6.0 – Mark LeCRAS – WCE 20.12-132 v StK 3.11-29 R8-S
 
 
5.0 – Josh JENKINS – Ade 14.13-97 v NM 16.11-107 R1(n)-Dok
5.0 – Eddie BETTS – Ade 22.12-144 v PA 11.20-86 R2-AO
5.1 – Jake STRINGER – WB 15.13-103 v Fre 5.8-38 R1-Dok
5.1 – Jarrad WAITE – NM 17.15-117 v Bri 11.17-83 R2-BCG
5.1 – Tom J LYNCH – GC 19.12-126 v Fre 14.16-100 R2(n)-S
5.2 – Todd GOLDSTEIN – NM 21.10-136 v Mel 20.11-131 R3-BO
5.2 – Paul PUOPOLO – Haw 17.10-112 v Ade 17.7-109 R4(n)-MCG
5.0 – Jeremy CAMERON – GWS 19.12-126 v StK 12.7-79 R5-Dok
5.1 – Tim MEMBREY – StK 20.15-135 v Mel 15.6-96 R6-Dok
5.0 – Steve JOHNSON – GWS 24.14-158 v Haw 12.11-83 R6(n)-SSh
5.0 – Jack GUNSTON – Haw 12.11-83 v GWS 24.14-158 R6(n)-SSh
5.3 – Lance FRANKLIN – Syd 15.7-97 v Bri 14.10-94 R6-BCG
5.0 – Isaac HEENEY – Syd 20.15-135 v Ess 7.12-54 R7(n)-SCG
5.0 – Charlie DIXON – PA 21.10-136 v Bri 7.17-59 R7(n)-AO
5.0 – Lance FRANKLIN – Syd 15.10-100 v Rch 14.17-101 R8(n)-MCG
5.1 – Ben GRIFFITHS – Rch 14.17-101 v Syd 15.10-100 R8(n)-MCG
5.0 – Jake STRINGER – WB 17.12-114 v Mel 12.10-82 R8-MCG
5.1 – Ben GRIFFITHS – Rch 14.17-101 v Syd 15.10-100 R8(n)-MCG
5.1 – Josh J KENNEDY – WCE 20.12-132 v StK 3.11-29 R8-S
5.2 – Taylor WALKER – Ade 22.17-149 v GC 11.8-74 R9-C
5.1 –Jesse HOGAN – Mel 19.17-131 v  Bri 9.14-68 R9-MCG
5.2 – Jeremy CAMERON – GWS 15.8-98 v WB 10.13-73 R9-SSh
5.1 – Josh BRUCE – StK 16.13-109 v Ess 9.9-63 R9(n)-Dok
5.0 – Charlie DIXON – PA 18.13-121 v Mel 10.16-76 R10-Tra
5.1 – Cyril RIOLI – Haw 21.9-135 v Bri 13.9-87 R10-BCG
5.3 – Taylor WALKER – Ade 15.17-107 v GWS 13.7-85 R10(n)-AO
5.2 – Eddie BETTS – Ade 15.17-107 v GWS 13.7-85 R10(n)-AO
5.2 – Josh J KENNEDY – WCE 20.12-132 v GC 7.13-55 R10-S
5.0 – Matt TABERNER – Fre 23.9-147 v Bri 9.10-64 R12(n)-BCG
5.1 – Tim MEMBREY – StK 17.8-110 v Car 12.6-78 R12-Dok
5.0 – Josh J KENNEDY – WCE 20.11-131 v Bri 12.10-82 R13-BCG

Greatest Winning Margins

120pts GEELONG 25.18-168 v Gold Coast 7.6-48 R6(n)-KP
108pts HAWTHORN 23.13-151 v Essendon 6.7-43 R12(n)-Dok
103pts WEST COAST 20.12-132 v St Kilda 3.11-29 R8-S
91pts GWS GIANTS 22.17-149 v Gold Coast 9.4-58 R8(n)-SSh
88pts ADELAIDE 19.19-133 v St Kilda 6.9-45 R11(n)-AO
86pts GWS GIANTS 22.19-151 v Port Adelaide 9.13-67 R4-Man
83pts FREMANTLE 23.9-147 v Brisbane 9.10-64 R12(n)-BCG
81pts SYDNEY 20.15-135 v Essendon 7.12-54 R7(n)-SCG
80pts SYDNEY 18.25-133 v Collingwood 7.11-53 R1(n)-SCG
79pts FREMANTLE 20.6-126 v Essendon 6.11-47 R11(n)-S
78pts COLLINGWOOD 20.23-143 v Brisbane 10.5-65 R8(n)-BCG
77pts PORT ADELAIDE 21.10-136 v Brisbane 7.17-59 R7(n)-AO
77pts WEST COAST 20.12-132 v Gold Coast 7.13-55 R10-S
75pts GWS GIANTS 24.14-158 v Hawthorn 12.11-83 R6(n)-SSh
75pts ADELAIDE 22.17-149 v Gold Coast 11.8-74 R9-C
73pts MELBOURNE 24.16-160 v Gold Coast 14.3-87 R7(n)-C
70pts NORTH MELB 18.16-124 v Richmond 7.12-54 R11(n)-BO
69pts GEELONG 18.17-125 v Brisbane 7.14-56 R3(n)-KP
69pts COLLINGWOOD 22.10-142 v Essendon 11.7-73 R5-MCG
68pts WEST COAST 18.17-125 v Richmond 9.3-57 R4(n)-S
67pts NORTH MELB 17.11-113 v Carlton 6.10-46 R9(n)-Dok
67pts PORT ADELAIDE 19.11-125 v Collingwood 7.16-58 R11(n)-MCG
65pts WEST.B'DOGS 15.13-103 v Fremantle 5.8-38 R1-Dok
64pts WEST COAST 26.10-166 v Brisbane 15.12-102 R1(n)-S
63pts MELBOURNE 19.17-131 v Brisbane 9.14-68 R9-MCG
62pts WEST COAST 18.16-124 v Collingwood 9.8-62 R6-S
62pts GWS GIANTS 18.19-127 v Carlton 9.11-65 R14(n)-SSh
61pts GOLD COAST 17.19-121 v Essendon 9.6-60 R1-C
61pts PORT ADELAIDE 17.10-112 v Essendon 7.9-51 R3(n)-AO
60pts SYDNEY 20.11-131 v Carlton 10.11-71 R2(n)-Dok

Recent single goal-kickers by a club

see also – Goals, singles
7.11 COLLINGWOOD v Sydney 18.25-133 R1(n)-SCG
5.8 FREMANTLE v West.B'dogs 15.13-103 R1-Dok
5.11 CARLTON v Gold Coast 13.17-95 R3(n)-C
6.6 ESSENDON v Geelong 9.18-72 R4-MCG
6.9 WEST.B'DOGS v North Melb 9.7-61 R6(n)-Dok
3.11 ST KILDA v West Coast 20.12-132 R8-S
6.5 GOLD COAST v Sydney 11.13-79 R11(n)-C
5.13 WEST.B'DOGS v Geelong 16.4-100 R13(n)-Dok

Lowest Winning Margins

9pts RICHMOND 14.8-92 v Carlton 12.11-83 R1(n)-MCG
8pts WEST COAST 14.10-94 v Port Adelaide 13.8-86 R9(n)-AO
8pts WEST.B'DOGS 12.11-83 v West Coast 11.9-75 R11-Dok
7pts NORTH MELB 11.16-82 v St Kilda 11.9-75 R7-Dok
5pts NORTH MELB 21.10-136 v Melbourne 20.11-131 R3-BO
4pts CARLTON 10.12-72 v Fremantle 9.14-68 R5-S
3pts HAWTHORN 14.9-93 v West.B'dogs 13.12-90 R3-Dok
3pts HAWTHORN 13.9-87 v St Kilda 13.6-84 R4-YPL
3pts HAWTHORN 17.10-112 v Adelaide 17.7-109 R5(n)-MCG
3pts SYDNEY 15.7-97 v Brisbane 14.10-94 R6-BCG
3pts WEST.B'DOGS 15.10-100 v Port Adelaide 14.13-97 R12-AO
3pts ST KILDA 14.9-93 v Geelong 13.12-90 R14(n)-Dok
2pts MELBOURNE 12.8-80 v GWS Giants 10.18-78 R1-MCG
1 pt COLLINGWOOD 13.9-87 v Richmond 12.14-96 R2(n)-MCG
1 pt RICHMOND 14.17-101 v Sydney 15.10-100 R8(n)-MCG

Most Recent Draws

150th Richmond 16.10-106 v Port Adelaide 16.10-106 2012-R23-MCG
151st Sydney 11.4-70 v Fremantle 9.16-70 2013-R8[n]-SCG
152nd Carlton 14.6-90 v Essendon 13.12-90 2014-R23-MCG
153rd Gold Coast 12.11-83 v West Coast 11.17-83 2015-R18[n]-C
154th St Kilda 14.13-97 v Geelong 15.7-97 2015-R21[n]-Dok

Most Recent One-Pointers

– see also One–Point results, 323 of them ...
316 Fremantle 12.9-81 v Richmond 12.8-80 2013-R5[n]-S
317 Adelaide 18.17-125 v North Melb 19.10-124 2013-R9[n]-Dok
318 North Melb 16.12-108 v Carlton 16.13-109 2013-R17[n]-Dok
319 Geelong 15.22-112 v Brisbane 17.9-111 2013-R23-KP
320 Port Adelaide 15.13-103 v Carlton 15.14-104 2013-R23[n]-FP
321 Essendon 10.17-77 v Melbourne 12.6-78 2014-R13[n]-MCG
322 Collingwood 13.9-87 v Richmond 12.14-86 2016-R2(n)-MCG
323 Richmond 14.17-101 v Sydney 15.10-100 2016-R8(n)-MCG

Most Recent Two-Pointers

311 Essendon 12.6-78 v Hawthorn 11.10-76 2015-R2-MCG
312 St Kilda 11.14-80 v Essendon 11.16-82 2015-R5-Dok
313 St Kilda 12.13-85 v Melbourne 12.11-83 2015-R11-Dok
314 Gold Coast 14.13-97 v Essendon 14.11-95 2015-R21[n]-C
315 Melbourne 12.8-80 v GWS Giants 10.18-78 2016-R1-MCG
316 Carlton 14.9-93 v Port Adelaide 13.13-91 2016-R8-Dok

Recent Goalless Quarters

1st Qu: 0.8-8 – West Coast v Haw 0.4-4 2012-R4(n)-S
0.4-4 – Hawthorn v WCE 0.8-8 2012-R4(n)-S
     
1st Qu: 0.1-1 – West Coast v Ade 8.3-51 2015-R22-AO
0.1-1 – Melbourne v Fre 5.1-31 2015-R22-S
0.2-2 – Gold Coast v Syd 6.3-39 2015-R23-SCG
0.2-2 – West Coast v NM 3.4-22 2015-2PF[n]-S
0.2-2 – Fremantle v WB 7.1-43 2016-R1-Dok
0.2-2 – West Coast v Haw 4.4-28 2016-R2-MCG
0.2-2 – GWS Giants v Syd 2.3 2016-R3(n)-SCG
0.2-2 – Essendon v NM 4.2-26 2016-R8-Dok
0.0-0 – Brisbane v Col 4.9-33 2016-R8(n)-BCG
0.2-2 – Hawthorn v  Syd 1.2-8 2016-R9(n)-MCG
0.3-3 – Geelong v Col 7.5-47 2016-R9-MCG
0.3-3 – Brisbane v Car 4.3-27 2016-R11-Dok
0.5-5 – West.B'dogs v Gee 5.3-33 2016-R13(n)-Dok

2nd Qu:

0.3-3 – Essendon v Ade 6.3-39 2015-R20-Dok
0.4-4 – Carlton v Bri 5.5-35 2015-R20[n]-BCG
0.7-7 – Collingwood v Rch 3.3-21 2015-R21-MCG
0.1-1 – Hawthorn v WCE 5.4-34 2015-2QF[n]-S
   

2nd Qu:

0.6-6 – Carlton v Ess 0.3-3 2016-R6-MCG
0.3-3 – Essendon v Car 0.6-6 2016-R6-MCG
     
0.4-4 – Melbourne v GWS 3.4-22 2016-R1-MCG
0.3-3 – Collingwood v Syd 7.3-45 2016-R1(n)-SCG
0.4-4 – Fremantle v WCE 2.6-18 2016-R3(n)-S
0.2-2 – Port Adel v Gee 6.1-37 2016-R5(n)-AO
0.2-2 – Essendon v NM 4.4-28 2016-R8-Dok
0.6-6 – St Kilda v WCE 3.2-20 2016-R8-S
0.3-3 – Gold Coast v WCE 4.2-26 2016-R10-S

3rd Qu:

0.1-1 – Brisbane v NM 2.4-16 2015-R17[n]-BCG
0.2-2 – Hawthorn v Rch 3.4-22 2015-R18[n]-MCG
0.2-2 – Sydney v Gee 3.5-23 2015-R19[n]-KP
0.3-3 – Geelong v Haw 5.5-35 2016-R1-MCG
0.1-1 – Essendon v PA 3.3-21 2016-R3(n)-AO
0.3-3 – Carlton v GC 4.7-31 2016-R3(n)-C
0.7-7 – Brisbane v PA 4.2-26 2016-R7(n)-AO
0.2-2 – Fremantle v Haw 8.7-55 2016-R8-YPL
0.2-2 – Collingwood v Fre 2.1-13 2016-R14(n)-MCG
0.3-3 – Gold Coast v Haw 2.8-20 2016-R14-YPL
4th Qu: 0.3-3 – Collingwood v Mel 4.7-31 2015-R20[n]-BCG
0.3-3 – Brisbane v Ade 6.5-41 2015-R21[n]-AO
0.1-1 – St Kilda v WCE 5.3-33 2015-R21[n]-AO
0.3-3 – West Coast v Haw 3.4 2016-R2-MCG
0.3-3 – Carlton v GC 4.7-31 2016-R3(n)-C
0.4-4 – West Coast v Syd 3.4-22 2016-R5-SCG
0.3-3 – West.B'dogs v NM 1.1-7 2016-R6(n)-MCG
0.1-1 – Richmond v PA 2.3-15 2016-R6(n)-MCG
0.3-3 – Adelaide v Gee 4.3-27 2016-R8(n)-AO
0.4-4 – North Melb v Ess 3.7-25 2016-R8-Dok
0.5-5 – Carlton v NM 4.1-25 2016-R9(n)-Dok
0.3-3 – Fremantle v StK 8.2-50 2016-R10(n)-Dok
0.2-2 – Melbourne v Haw 3.2-20 2016-R11-MCG
0.0-0 – West Coast v Ade 6.5-41 2016-R12(n)-S
0.3-3 – Port Adel v Fre 1.5-11 2016-R13-S
0.1-1 – West.B'dogs v Gee 5.0-30 2016-R13(n)-Dok

Biggest lead at end of each quarter, 2016

1st Qu: 48pts – WCE 9.3-57 v StK 1.3-9 R8-S
  45pts – Col 8.4-52 v Ess 1.1-7 R5-MCG
  44pts – Col 7.5-47 v Gee 0.3-3 R9-MCG
  41pts – WB 7.1-43 v Fre 0.2-2 R1-Dok
  36pts – PA 7.4-46 v Ess 1.4 R3(n)-AO
  36pts – NM 8..2-50 v Mel 2.2-14 R3-BO
2nd Qu: 76pts – Col 14.6-90 v Ess 2.2-14 R5-MCG
  65pts – Col 11.17-83 v Bri 3.0-18 R8(n)-BCG
  62pts – WCE 12.5-77 v StK 1.9-15 R8-S
  58pts – Haw 13.7-85 v Ess 4.3-27 R12(n)-MCG
  53pts – Ade 12.8-80 v GC 4.3-27 R9-C
  51pts – Ade 13.5-83 v PA 4.8-32 R1-C
3rd Qu: 83pts – Gee 25.18-168 v GC 7.6-48 R6(n)-KP
81pts – Fre 18.4-112 v Ess 4.7-31 R8-S
77pts – WCE 15.8-98 v StK 2.9-21 R8-S
76pts – Col 19.8-122 v Ess 7.4-46 R5-MCG
76pts – Haw 17.9-111 v Ess 5.5-35 R12(n)-MCG
75pts – Ade 16.14-110 v StK 5.5-35 R11(n)-AO

Comeback wins from top deficits – 2016

Quarter
Time
24pts – Gee 1.4-10 v PA 5.4-34
Final – Gee 16.11-107 v PA 8.11-59
R5(n)-AO
  16pts – Ade 3.1-19 v WCE 5.6-36
Final – Ade 15.15-105 v WCE 11.10-76
R12(n)-S
  16pts – Haw 4.3-27 v Ade 7.1-43
Final – Haw 17.10-112 v Ade 17.7-109
R5(n)-MCG
Half
Time
19pts – Ade 6.5-41 v WCE 9.6-60
Final – Ade 15.15-105 v WCE 11.10-76
R12(n)-S
  18pts – NM 6.6-42 v Ade 9.6-60
Final – NM 17.9-121 v Ade 14.13-97
R1(n)-Dok
  12pts – GWS 7.8-50 v Ess 9.8-62
Final – GWS 17.15-117 v Ess 12.18-90
R13(n)-Dok
  10pts – Mel 5.4-34 v GWS 6.8-44
Final – Mel 12.8-80 v GWS 10.18-78
R1-MCG
3/4 Qu.
Time
18pts – Rch 7.15-57 v Syd 11.9-75
Final – Rch 14.17-101 v Syd 15.10-100
R8(n)-MCG
  13pts – StK 7.9-51 v Fre 10.4-64
Final – StK 15.11-101 v Fre 10.7-67
R10(n)-Dok
  12pts – Haw 12.6-78 v Ade 14.6-90
Final – Haw 17.10-112 v Ade 17.7-109
R5(n)-MCG
  12pts – Ade 9.10-64 v WCE 11.10-76
F
inal – Ade 15.15-105 v WCE 11.10-76
R12(n)-S

Best Scores in Each Quarter


 FIRST QUARTER – 42+ pts

9.3-57 WCE v StK 1.3 R8-S
8.4-52 COL v Ess 1.1 R5-MCG
8.2-50 NM v Mel 2.2 R3-BO
7.5-47 COL v Gee 0.3 R9-MCG
7.4-46 WCE v Bri 5.2 R1(n)-S
7.4-46 PA v Ess 1..4 R3(n)-AO
7.3-45 GWS v Haw 2.1 R6(n)-SSh
6.8-44 WCE v Rch 2.0 R4(n)-S
7.1-43 WB v Fre 0.2 R1-Dok
7.1-43 ADE v Haw 4.3 R5(n)-MCG
7.1-43 SYD v Bri 3.3 R6-BCG
6.7-43 HAW v Ess 2.1 R12(n)-Dok
6.7-43 GWS v Car 3.2 R14(n)-SSh
6.6-42 GWS v PA 3.1 R4-Man

 SECOND QUARTER – 42+ pts

9.3-57 MEL v NM 2.2 R3-BO
9.0-54 FRE v Bri 1.3 R12(n)-BCG
8.4-52 GWS v PA 2.2 R4-Man
8.3-51 ADE v  GC 3.1 R9-C
7.8-50 COL v Bri 3.0 R8(n)-BCG
7.4-46 PA v Bri 1.2 R7(n)-AO
7.3-45 SYD v Col 0.3 R1(n)-SCG
7.3-45 GC v Fre 2.3 R2(n)-S
7.3-45 GEE v WCE 1.1 R7-KP
7.3-45 WCE v Bri 1.4 R13-BCG
7.2-44 ADE v Rch 5.2 R3-Dok
7.2-44 MEL v Col 1.0 R12-MCG
7.1-43 GEE v Haw 4.4 R1-MCG
7.1-43 ADE v PA 1.2 R2-AO

 THIRD QUARTER – 42+ pts

8.7-55 HAW v Fre 0.2 R8-YPL
8.2-50 STK v Mel 3.2 R6-Dok
8.2-50 ADE v GWS 1.0 R10(n)-AO
7.6-48 GEE v GC 1.0 R6(n)-KP
7.4-46 GWS v GC 3.1 R8(n)-SSh
7.3-45 NM v Mel 3.2 R3-BO
7.2-44 SYD v Ade 6.5 R4(n)-AO
7.2-44 FRE v Ess 1.3 R11(n)-S
7.2-44 GEE v NM 3.1 R12(n)-Dok
7.1-43 NM v Ade 4.2 R1(n)-Dok

 FOURTH QUARTER – 42+ pts

9.2-56 HAW v Rch 3.1 R7(n)-MCG
9.2-56 HAW v Bri 3.2 R10-BCG
8.4-52 WCE v Col 1.3 R6-S
8.3-51 SYD v Ess 1.3 R7(n)-SCG
8.3-51 RCH v GC 4.0 R12-MCG
8.2-50 GWS v StK 3.1 R5-Dok
8.2-50 STK v Fre 0.3 R10(n)-Dok
7.5-47 MEL v GC 3.0 R7(n)-C
7.5-47 GWS v Car 2.2 R14(n)-SSh
7.4-46 PA v StK 1.1 R1-AO
7.4-46 GEE v Haw 2.2 R1-MCG
7.4-46 GEE v GC 1.3 R6(n)-KP
7.3-45 PA v Bri 2.4 R7(n)-Dok
7.2-44 HAW v WB 3.4 R3-Dok
7.2-44 RCH v Syd 4.1 R8(n)-MCG
7.1-43 WCE v Bri 4.5 R1(n)-S
6.7-43 MEL v Bri 3.4 R9-MCG
7.1-43 STK v Ess 3.3 R9(n)-Dok

 Un-memorable quarters

Q4 WCE 1.8 v Car 5.1 2014-R6[n]-Dok
Q2 WCE 1.8 v Fre 1.1 2014-R7-S
Q1 SYD 2.8 v PA 1.2 2014-R13-SCG
Q1 GWS 0.8 v Ade 5.6 2014-R16-SSh
Q2 SYD 2.8 v WCE 2.3 2014-R16-S
Q3 RCH 1.9 v Ade 1.3 2014-R21[n]-AO
Q4 HAW 1.8 v Gee 2.7 2015-R1-MCG
Q2 WB 1.7 v Syd 2.4 2015-R5-SCG
Q4 SYD 1.7 v Mel 3.3 2015-R6[n]MCG
Q2 WCE 2.11 v Gee 2.1 2015-R9-S
Q4 FRE 1.6 v GC 2,2 2015-R11-C
Q4 ADE 1.6 v Haw 4.3 2015-R12[n]-AO
Q3 COL 2.9 v Haw 4.2 2015-R14[n]-MCG
Q3 WB 1.6 v GC 3.2 2015-R15-Caz
Q4 FRE 2.9 v Car 0.0 2015-R16[n]-S
Q2 ESS 2.8 v PA 6.2 2015-R17[n]-Dok
Q2 STK 3.8 v NM 2.2 2015-R20-BO
Q1 SYD 3.9 v Col 1.1 2016-R1(n)-SCG
Q2 RCH 1.6 v Col 1.2 2016-R2(n)-MCG
Q3 GEE 2.9 v Bri 3.2 2016-R3(n)-KP
Q2 BRI 1.9 v GC 3.3 2016-R4(n)-BCG
Q3 GWS 2.8 v PA 2.3 2016-R4-Man
Q2 FRE 1.8 v Ade 1.3 2016-R6-AO
Q3 HAW 2.8 v GC 0.2 2016-R14-YPL



2016 W-L-D performance

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 F1 F2 F3 GF Fin
ADELAIDE L W W W L W L L W W W W B W x x x x x x x x x           <
BRISBANE L L L W L L L L L L L L L L B x x x x x x x x           <
CARLTON L L L L W W W W L W W L B L x x x x x x x x x           <
COLL'WOOD L W L L W L L W W L L L B W x x x x x x x x x           <
ESSENDON L W L L L L L L L L L L L B x x x x x x x x x           <
FREMANTLE L L L L L L L L L L W W W L B x x x x x x x x           <
GEELONG W L W W W W W W L L W W W L B x x x x x x x x           <
GOLD COAST W W W L L L L L L L L L B L x x x x x x x x x           <
GWS GIANTS L W L W W W W W W L L W W W B x x x x x x x x           <
HAWTHORN L W W W W L W W L W W W W W B x x x x x x x x           <
MELBOURNE W L L W W L W L W L L W L B x x x x x x x x x           <
NORTH MELB W W W W W W W W W L W L L L B x x x x x x x x           <
PORT ADEL W L W L L W W L L W W L L B x x x x x x x x x           <
RICHMOND W L L L L L L W W W L W B W x x x x x x x x x           <
ST KILDA L L W L L W L L W W L W B W x x x x x x x x x           <
SYDNEY W W W L W W W L W W W L W B x x x x x x x x x           <
WEST COAST W L W W L W L W W W L L W B x x x x x x x x x           <
WEST.B'DOGS W W L W W L W W L W W W L B x x x x x x x x x           <


Week-by-week ladder performance

2016 ladder performance

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
ADELAIDE 11 5 6 7 9 7 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 6 x x x x x x x x x
BRISBANE 15 16 18 14 16 16 16 16 16 16 17 17 17 17 B x x x x x x x x
CARLTON 12 15 17 18 15 14 12 11 12 11 10 11 11 13 x x x x x x x x x
COLL'WOOD 17 14 14 15 11 13 14 12 11 12 12 14 14 14 x x x x x x x x x
ESSENDON 16 13 15 16 17 17 17 17 17 17 18 18 18 18 x x x x x x x x x
FREMANTLE 18 17 16 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 16 16 15 15 B x x x x x x x x
GEELONG 5 6 5 4 4 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 1 3 B x x x x x x x x
GOLD COAST 3 3 2 5 7 10 11 13 15 15 15 15 16 16 x x x x x x x x x
GWS GIANTS 10 9 11 9 6 5 5 3 3 4 6 6 5 4 B x x x x x x x x
HAWTHORN 14 7 9 8 5 8 6 6 7 7 5 5 4 1 B x x x x x x x x
MELBOURNE 9 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 11 10 10 10 x x x x x x x x x
NORTH MELB 8 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 5 B x x x x x x x x
PORT ADEL 6 12 8 11 12 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 x x x x x x x x x
RICHMOND 7 10 12 13 14 15 15 15 14 14 14 13 13 11 x x x x x x x x x
ST KILDA 13 18 13 12 12 12 13 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 x x x x x x x x x
SYDNEY 2 2 1 3 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 3 2 2 x x x x x x x x x
WEST COAST 4 8 7 6 8 6 7 7 6 5 7 8 7 8 x x x x x x x x x
WEST.B'DOGS 1 1 4 2 2 4 4 5 5 6 4 4 6 7 x x x x x x x x x


Rushed behinds – "the 23rd man"
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 F1 F2 F3 GF Total
ADE 1 3 2 6 1 0 1 1 7 2 1 1 B 5 x x x x x x x x x         31
BRI 3 4 2 6 3 2 3 1 4 3 1 2 2 0 B x x x x x x x x         36
CAR 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 B 3 x x x x x x x x x         20
COL 3 1 0 5 1 3 2 2 4 2 4 1 B 4 x x x x x x x x x         32
ESS 1 4 3 1 0 3 2 6 3 1 2 1 0 B x x x x x x x x x         27
FRE 0 1 1 5 2 1 2 2 2 1 0 4 3 0 B x x x x x x x x         24
GEE 1 3 3 4 3 2 0 3 0 2 1 3 0 2 B x x x x x x x x         27
GC 3 0 4 1 6 1 1 2 1 0 1 3 B 2 2 x x x x x x x x         27
GWS 2 4 2 4 1 3 1 3 3 2 2 1 5 2 B x x x x x x x x         33
HAW 5 4 1 1 2 2 4 4 3 3 4 2 2 4 B x x x x x x x x         41
MEL 3 1 3 0 2 2 2 2 3 4 2 1 3 B x x x x x x x x x         28
NM 3 0 1 4 1 0 0 1 1 2 4 0 4 1 B x x x x x x x x         22
PA 1 1 0 3 5 3 2 0 1 3 1 4 2 B x x x x x x x x x         26
RCH 2 1 3 0 4 3 4 3 6 2 6 3 B 4 x x x x x x x x x         38
STK 5 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 0 4 1 1 B 3 x x x x x x x x x         20
SYD 6 1 0 4 5 1 3 1 3 0 5 0 3 B x x x x x x x x x         32
WC 3 2 4 4 4 2 2 4 4 2 1 5 2 B x x x x x x x x x         39
WB 0 7 2 2 3 1 1 5 6 5 2 3 1 B x x x x x x x x x         38

Total points scored each round
R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12
1748 1624 1671 1636 1696 1614 1702 1652 1477 1610 1488 1691
R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 R19 R20 R21 R22 R23 R24
1012 1002 xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx 1517

More detail below


Home & Away winners

Home Away Draw
R01 9 – –
R02 6 3 –
R03 7 2 –
R04 6 3 –
R05 5 4 –
R06 6 3 –
R07 4 5 –
R08 5 4 –
R09 5 4 –
R10 5 4 –
R11 7 2 –
R12 6 3 –
R13 3 3 –
R14 6 – –
R15 x x –
R16 x x –
R17 x x –
R18 x x –
R19 x x –
R20 x x –
R21 x x –
R22 x x –
R23 x x –

"Home" sides last won all games in a round in 2016-R14 (6 games), 2016-R1 (9),
before that 2010-R14 (8), 2007-R8 (8), 2003-R1 (8) and 2002-R8 (8) and 20 (8).


Home & Away winners

Home Away Draw
2015 103 91 2
2014 111 86 1
2013 106 91 1
2012 110 87 1
2011 103 81 3
2010 106 68 2
2009 101 73 2
2008 102 72 2
2007 99 74 3
2006 102 72 2
2005 110 65 1
2004 108 68
2003 102 71 3
2002 114 60 2


Reminiscing – Past seasons in review since 1950
Here’s some nostalgia, musing on past campaigns in a very different era.

Going to the footy in Melbourne in 1965 was still like it was pre-war, with run-down facilities at most grounds, and the most basic provision of comforts, frightful loos, a maelstrom of bodies and hands to buy food and drinks. Food = pie or hot dog (a burger was too hard for the provenders). Drink = beer. Most patrons got to venues by train or tram, although more and more were using their cars. Parking was often 20 minutes walk away from the ground
– more ...
recent additions, 1952, 1953, 1958, 1959

Worth attention ...
Key news web sites to follow ...

AFL.com.au – more ...
The Age, Real Footy – more ...
Herald Sun – more ...
Yahoo! Sport – more ...
Footystats Diary –
pick a year and click ...

1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012,
 2013, 2014,  2015,  2016, 
AFL Tables, the ultimate in footy facts – more ..
Rogers amazing AFL footy facts –
more ...
"Footy Works" the internet wonder –
more ...
The authorative VFA history 1877-1995 – more

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Captains and coaches for season 2016

 

Clubs

Captain
seasons

Coach
seasons

Adelaide Taylor Walker (2) Don Pyke (1)
Brisbane Tom Rockliff (2) Justin Leppitsch (3)
Carlton Marc Murphy (4) Brendan Bolton (1)
Collingwood Scott Pendlebury (3) Nathan Buckley (5)
Essendon Brendon Goddard (1) John Worsfold (1)
Fremantle David Mundy (1) Ross Lyon (5)
Geelong Joel Selwood (5) Chris Scott (6)
Gold Coast Gary Ablett (6) Rodney Eade (2)
GWS Giants Phil Davis (5) Leon Cameron (3)
Hawthorn Luke Hodge (6) Alastair Clarkson (12)
Melbourne Nathan Jones (3) Paul Roos (3)
North Melb Andrew Swallow (5) Brad Scott (7)
Port Adelaide Travis Boak (4) Ken Hinkley (4)
Richmond Trent Cotchin (4) Damien Hardwick (7)
St Kilda Nick Riewoldt (11) Alan Richardson (3)
Sydney Kieran Jack (4) John Longmire (6)
West Coast Shannon Hurn (3) Adam Simpson (3)
West.B'dogs Robert Murphy (2) Luke Beveridge (2)

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