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AFL Finals - Ten into Eight doesn’t Go

The race for the cup starts now.

The strangest season in AFL history is about to get real for the following 10 teams, but only eight of them will play finals football and in turn give themselves a chance to take home the Premiership Cup. AFANA runs the slide rule over where your club can finish after what should be another crazy round of footy. If your team isn’t mentioned below, it’s time to start thinking about next year…

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Winged Eagles Down Saints

Nic Naitanui (File Photo)

The West Coast Eagles withstood a last quarter challenge from the St Kilda Saints to secure a place in this year's final series. The Eagles, struggling with injury to eight of their first-choice players and losing defensive linchpin Jeremy McGovern at the main break, looked gone, after St Kilda surged to the lead midway through the final quarter. However a goal to Josh Kennedy and then a sweeping handpass from Kennedy to Tim Kelly, put the Eagles back in front with twelve minutes to play and the Saints were unable to respond.

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Giants Awaken in the West

De Boer and Blakely Compete

The GWS Giants have awoken from a form slump to stamp themselves as genuine contenders.  After consecutive losses to Sydney and West Coast, the Giants finished their three match tour of the Western Australian hub with a thumping victory over the Fremantle Dockers. The Giants were too big and too strong around the ball for the Dockers and up forward Jeremy Cameron shook off his indifferent form to boot four majors.

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Another Celebrity Convert

Kate Walsh

Grey's Anatomy star Kate Walsh has been living in Perth since March. She came to Australia for a holiday but then the pandemic hit and Western Australia closed their borders. She has been enjoying it so much, she has decided to stay until the end of the year. One thing she has discovered since her stay is Aussie Rules and she has become obsessed and loves watching the game. Walsh, 52, said in an interview, "There's nothing else like it! ... It's very exciting and fast paced and I just really, really enjoyed it… There's really quite a spectacle to witness and it's a lot of fun." She says she is enjoying Perth, the people there and the Aussie traditions, "... I feel very, very fortunate ... to have quarantined there and be in WA during this kind of crazy time in the world."

There is also speculation that she may be one of the singers on The Masked Singer Australia. The station which airs the program put out a teasing clue that "a 'big name from an Emmy-winning series' will appear."

Source: dailymail.co.uk

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Docker Defenders Stop Swans

Crowded Play

The Fremantle Dockers recovered from a spirit sapping post-siren loss to Carlton last week to shut down the Sydney Swans. The Swans won their last match, against the Greater Western Sydney Giants with attacking play, and the Docker defenders were determined to close them down. The Docker defense, with their three best defenders in stands due to injury, was again the story of the night.  Though this week the ending was more to the Docker fans' liking. Brennan Cox and Luke Ryan had 11 marks (catches) between them and when they couldn't mark, they spoiled their opponents marking chances. The two main Docker defenders were well supported by Nathan Wilson, Reece Conca and Ethan Hughes. The Swans made 43 attacking entries but were only able to boot two goals. At the other end of the field, the Docker forwards didn't have it all their own way either, managing just eight goals from 34 entries.

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US and Canada TV Schedule

This is intended for you to add to your personal calendar (use + button lower right) and free for personal use. Schedules list Fox, ESPN, and TSN networks only. The individual calendar events contain further details in the description (click on an entry). © 2020, AFANA. For a full schedule see our TV schedules web page.

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AFL West Coast v GWS, Round 2, 2019 Optus Stadium.
Taranto fronts Yeo. West Coast vs GWS, Round 2, 2019. David Woodley for AFANA.

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