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AFANA AFL Power Poll - Round Four

Scott Thompson

Boris Kilpatrick, special to AFANA from Australia

After a weekend of big wins, more injuries and the previously sole remaining undefeated team going down, there have been some big movers on the AFANA AFL Power Poll this week. Port Adelaide once again failed to handle Essendon on the fast deck at Etihad stadium, taking their first loss of the season in the process. Big wins to Richmond

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Eagles Demolish the Homeless Suns

Chris Kowald reporting for AFANA from Optus Stadium, Perth.

Lycett and Witts at a throw in.

The West Coast Eagles continued their strong early season form by demolishing the Gold Coast Suns. The Suns have a tough start to the year. Their home ground at the Gold Coast, is being used for the British Commonwealth Games for the first half the season, so they have to stay on the road. With two consecutive games in Perth (Fremantle and then West Coast),

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AFANA AFL Power Poll - Round Three

Boris Kilpatrick, special to AFANA from Australia

100 gamer Adam Treloar shoots and scores against the old enemy.

With three rounds in the books, incredibly Port Adelaide remains as the only undefeated team, underlying what shapes up as one of the closest races for the top eight in recent memory. The Power had an almighty scare at home as they scraped in by just five points over a rapidly improving Brisbane Lions. In the match of the round, crosstown rivals the Sydney Swans and the Greater Western Sydney Giants battled it out at the SCG,

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Eagles Attack Injured Cats

Chris Kowald reporting fro AFANA from Optus Stadium, Perth

West Coast defeated a gallant Geelong in a game that will be remembered for its extraordinary changes in momentum and fortune. An epic game against Hawthorn, a six-day break and a trip on the road, seemed to have taken its toll on the Geelong midfielders. West Coast started with purpose with repeated pushes forward. After three entries into the attacking zone, Nic Naitanui scrambled the first goal from short range.

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Dockers Stop Suns' Run

Chris Kowald reporting for AFANA from Optus Stadium, Perth

The Gold Coast Suns traveled to Perth to play a ‘home’ game at Optus Stadium. The Suns had won their first two games, against North Melbourne and Carlton, but found the Dockers a tougher proposition at the new Perth stadium.

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AFANA AFL Power Poll - Round Two

By Boris Kilpatrick, special to AFANA from Australia

Hawthorn and Geelong gave us yet another Easter Monday classic with the Hawks scraping home by a solitary point in the match of the round. With just two weeks of the season in the books, the AFL brains trust must be delighted that there are just four teams sitting on two wins. Greater Western Sydney, Port Adelaide, Hawthorn and Gold Coast have set the pace with the Suns being the big surprise packet after outclassing an error-riddled Carlton on Saturday.

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Purple Rain Grounds Bombers

Chris Kowald reporting from Optus Stadium, Perth

Before play started, the new Optus Stadium resonated to the sound of Prince’s classic song Purple Rain. The Fremantle Dockers responded by being ‘on song’ to defeat the Essendon Bombers, who last week defeated last year’s Grand Finalists, Adelaide.   

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AFANA AFL Power Poll - Round One

By Brook "Boris" Kilpatrick, special to AFANA from Australia

The 2018 AFL season kicked off on Thursday night with reigning premiers Richmond unfurling the premiership flag in front of a massive crowd of over 90,000 at the MCG. The Tigers had an early scare as their opponent Carlton kicked the first five goals of the match, before parity was restored and Richmond ran out comfortable 26-point winners.

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The Buddy Show

Chris Kowald reports for AFANA from Optus Stadium, Perth

The newest AFL venue in Australia provided a dazzling backdrop for Buddy Franklin to strut his stuff and lead the Sydney Swans to victory over a brave West Coast Eagles.  West Coast started brightly, buoyed by the return of big man Nic Naitanui who had the better

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Tiger Train Rolls On

by Troy Thompson, reporting for AFANA from Melbourne

After five goals in the first eleven minutes of the match by Carlton, Richmond worked their way back into the match before blowing the Blues away in the final quarter, running out winners by 26 points.  It was a perfect night for football and the 90,151 fans saw a good contest with improvement by the Blues and a solid finish by the reigning premiers.

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