Gold Coast Jave 13 kicked off a club-record score of 18 goals to create a new 67-point winning margin against Hawthorne, making the final eight berths somewhat lively.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs continued to destroy the West Coast Eagles – how did Collingwood lose to them? – 18 goal scorers equal to the league record and just six points behind their club record in the winning margin.

The half mark of the season did not buy the expected degree of certainty.

While Melbourne’s defeat could be cited as the reason for their loss, it would not reduce their chances of climbing to the top of the ladder, as they had already created a buffer. They are still the best team to tour, and the Dockers have made a good coup. They have scored four points against the Demons, which no other team has been able to, and this should put them in a better position at the end of the home-and-away season.

Collingwood’s surprise win over Carlton due to a shoulder injury suffered by backman Jacob Waitering in the first quarter kept their hopes alive, as they are now out of eight and have the same number of wins as the Western Bulldogs (eighth) and Richmond (eighth). Ninth). Port Adelaide and the Gold Coast Suns are one game behind and will look to be the only other team with a chance to play in September.

Friday night’s game was the expected tight affair that statistics said it would be, and the difference at the end of the day was friends. His five goals earned him the Goodes-O’Loughlin Medal for best performance on the ground, and the rest of the weekend did not go well, although Lincoln McCarthy (Brisbane), Toby Green (GWS), Jeremy Cameron (Geelong), Lachie Schultz (Fremantle), Aaron Naughton (Western Bulldogs) Charlie Curnow (Carlton) and Jack Darling (West Coast Eagles) all managed to snatch four.

Lance Franklin brought back memories of his big push and made us realize that there may still be some memorable milestones left before he leaves the scene. He is now just eight goals behind Gary Ablet, who ranks fifth on the AFL All-Time Top 100 Goal Scorer and with 11 matches (or possibly ten) and a possible final or two, he may be able to climb Sydney’s all-time leading scorer. Currently ranked sixth on the scoring list and has surpassed the top three names ever to play for the Swans: Tony Lockett (19 goals ahead), Adam Goods (21) and Barry Hall (24).

Although Buddy did not advance to the goal-kicking list this round, his Sydney teammates did. Sam Reid passes to Kieran Jack and Ben McGlynn on three goals and is equal to Simon Minton-Connell; Will Hayward (two) equals Dennis Carroll; Tom Papley is equal to Jude Bolton; And Luke Parker is equal to Steve Hoffman.

Among the four baggers on the AFL Top 100 Goal Scorer list, Jill surpassed Jeremy Cameron Bill Hutchinson of Geelong, 1940s and 50s Ascendant Champion Rover, who won seven Ascendant Best and Most Beautiful awards, played two Brownlow Nadals and ten Grand Finals, four of which Has finished in the Premiership. Cameron has yet to make it into the Cats’ top 100 list, but in weekend form he is sure to be there by the end of the season.

Another four-bagger to top the club’s list was Lachi Schulz, who outscored Ryan Murphy and Daniel Pierce to equal Tendai Majungur, while Lincoln McCarthy overtook Jack Sherman and Tom Rockleaf to equal Lewis Taylor.

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