How did your club perform in Round 9?

Round 9 began with a fairly one-sided game, with the Bulldogs beating Magpies by eight goals. Collingwood briefly tested the depth of their opponents, but the Bulldogs passed with flying colors, playing offensive brand footy.

There were two exciting games relatively close on Saturday. Hawthorn almost caused annoyance against the Tigers, while the Saints caused an unlikely annoyance against the cats. It was a game that appeared to be a rule for cats to win at half time, but the Saints dug deep and fought their way to what could be an important victory.

The highlight of the weekend is that the Suns are in contention for the final game in 2022, winning their fourth game from nine matches. Two of the four games came against top-four opponents – the last of which was the Dockers in Round 9, who are currently third on the ladder, and the Blues in Round 4 – 11 goals apart. Gold Coast lost to the Demons by just 13 points, the second-narrowest gap in Round 3.

The football world has been waiting a long time for the Sun to succeed and could be 2022.

Last but not least, Leon Cameron has brought a club that was on its knees to play in the final and come close to ultimate success. It was nice to see a guard of honor for him but disappointed that the players did not give him what he deserved: four points for the win.

There were lots of entertaining views over the weekend. See what each club can take from Round 9.

Adelaide Crow: There is a glimmer of hope

The Cucks surprised the Lions in the first half, working tirelessly to keep up the competition and taking a three-point lead at halftime. It was a game that very few people allowed Adelaide to be competitive, but in the first half they rejected the critics. Brisbane excelled in the Premiership quarter, winning by 25 points and playing with it. They called for some bold selection, which inspired the players.

Brisbane Lions: They know how to win

The Lions were forced to play without two of their three main forwards in Round 9, with Daniel Maxste and Joe Daniehar missing due to injuries. They recovered Eric Hipwood from injury, which was a positive. They will want to carefully review their Round 9 performance if they are to compete for the Premiership. With no disrespect to the Crows, they are a developing team, yet the Lions had 22 scoring shots of 21. Who knows what would have happened if Adelaide had kept the balance of the game and kicked straight.

Joe Dannyhar is celebrating a goal.

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Carlton Blues: A bold win against a team with plenty to play

Carlton was the best team, there were ten more scoring shots. Most people in the football world barricaded Leon Cameron in his last game as Giants coach. Despite 29 less hit-outs, they had eight more clearances and 12 more stoppage clearances than the Giants. The Blues considered the game a final; They put everything in it. Jack Silvagni was outstanding as the second tallest forward in the absence of Harry Mack due to injury. Jacob Waiting was great on the other end of the field. Unfortunately Jack Williams has an ankle injury, which will be a cause for concern.

Collingwood Magpies: Flies swatted

Magpies have played a brand footy that will miss their finals. They were not at an acceptable level, conceding six goals in the opening game. There is no doubt about the brilliance of Jack Crisp, who scored two goals in a row in his 172nd game, the tenth of any player in the history of the game. Nonetheless, ex-Magpie Adam Trellor was the best on the ground, rubbing salt into the wound.

Ascendon Bombers: A week long time in football

The Bombers played like a local team that was out of their depth in Round 9 against the Swans, weeks after a great win against Hawthorne. Simply put, the bombers are confused and either do not understand the coach’s message or do not follow his instructions. They lost 58 points to a hungry swan, but it would have been much more if Sydney had kicked straight. To put it bluntly, bombers have a lot of work to do.

Dylan Schill has left SCG with his Ascendon teammates.

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Fremantle Dockers: The sun soaks the soul of Dockers

The Dockers will be extremely unhappy with the way they have lost, as they have failed to gain momentum and reach heights at any point in the game. That shouldn’t be the case when a team has an outstanding Rookman of Shawn Darcy and a potential Brownlow medalist in Andrew Bresco. The pleasant thing was they were not thrown into the towel; Opponents only surprised them.

Geelong Cat: Never underestimate your opponent

The cats looked like they could win the game at halftime. Everything was in sync. Geelong’s defense was challenged in the third quarter as the Saints scored seven goals; In the second half they could not cope with St. Killer’s small brigade, with Jack Billings playing a key role in his return when the game was about to be won. Despite that, the Cats lost by only ten points.

Gold Coast Sun: Dew surpasses Longmuir

The suns were very good from start to finish. They obviously went to work on Fremantle’s shortcomings, portrayed by Jared Wits, who kicked the game’s opening goal despite scoring a rare goal. Izak Rankine and Mabior Chol were outstanding, as were each of the 22 members of Sons. Touk Miller landed the role of co-captain, as he set an example for the whole game. He doesn’t just stop working. Sam Collins should be in the conversation with all Australians.

San Sam Flanders is celebrating with a goal kick

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Greater Western Sydney Giants: They failed to get the job done

Giants coach Leon Cameron was obliged to work tirelessly as he helped the club move from a start-up club to a final team. They couldn’t do it.

Hawthorn Hawks: Very uncertain

Despite leading by 25 points in the second quarter, Hawthorne lost by 23 points against the Tigers. The statistics are not false. The Hawthorn Tigers had 21 less than 50 scoring shots for the match as well as eight less. Nonetheless, the Hawks got within ten points late in the game, just to throw it away. Their hopes of reaching the final are over this season.

Melbourne Demons; They did what they had to do

The scoreboard states that the Demons won the game by 74 points, despite winning only nine points in the second and third quarters combined. But when the game was about to win in the first and last quarters, they scored a total of 13 goals. The only concern could be a potential hamstring injury from James Harms, who was ruled out.

(Dylan Burns / AFL photo via Getty Images)

North Melbourne Kangaroos: It’s going to be a long journey

The Kangaroos went into the army, and to make matters worse, they lost Jay Simpkin, who won their best and most beautiful in 2021, due to a late illness. Despite having 16 scoring shots, they scored the most two goals in a quarter, which they kicked in the second and third quarters. One would be positive that combined them both in the second and third quarters and Power scored four goals and six behind. Each cloud has a silver lining, as they bleed a lot of young people.

Port Adelaide Power: Don’t write them

The Power failed to win jointly in the second and third quarters but won the game by 69 points and won the fourth game in a row after losing their first five. It was a team effort, as they had six multiple goal kickers: Mitch Georgiads, Todd Marshall, Jeremy Finlayson, Javier Dursma, Steven Motlop and Oli Wines. There’s plenty to do for them, but it’s incredible that they’ve won their last four games.

Richmond Tigers: Getting back to their best

The Tigers overcame a 25-point deficit in the second quarter to win by 23 points. They allowed Hawthorne to limit their lead to ten points late in the game. Richmond had five multiple goal kickers: Tom Lynch, Dustin Martin, Jack Reoldt, Shy Bolton and Evan Soldo. They had 14 more center clearances than Hawthorn. Richmond’s pressure was outstanding, as they had 21 more tackles than Hawthorne. There is no doubt that the Tigers are a good team with Dusty.

St. Kilda Saints: A win for the era

The saints used to play with different gears, sometimes they played shiny feet and at other times they chipped the ball around. It was an equal game in terms of scoring shots, with both teams having 25. Paddy Rider played a key role with 22 hits and three goals for the game. The third term, when they set foot on the accelerator, was a game changer. Their attack on the footy was relentless, as it was a hard-won win that could define the season.

Sydney Swans: Like a training drill

Swan keep a clinic. This was partly due to their team-first footy play, but unfortunately the other part was the bombers had a bad day at the office. Sydney will be disappointed that they didn’t win by more than 58 points, as they had 35 scoring shots in 17 of Essendon. The Swans missed opportunities that completely and utterly destroyed the game. Even the great Buddy Franklin scored two goals and kicked four backs. In the end it doesn’t matter; He was selfless and the whole team was selfless.

West Coast Eagle: Wounded and Injured

The Eagles fielded a team that lost their top 22. They still fought in the second and third quarters. Nonetheless, the Melbourne class shone on the ground where they won the 2021 Premiership. This has made it even worse for the Eagles. A moment of brilliance when Bailey Williams took a banana out of his pocket in the third quarter.

Western Bulldogs: A showcase of how footy should be played

The Bulldogs had ten players missing from their 2021 Grand Final squad but continued the game from start to finish. Their footy brand was extremely aggressive. It was also an exhibition of their depth. They have the best midfield in the competition for the best; They also hit the scoreboard, with Adam Trellor and Josh Dunkley scoring three goals each.

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