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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #45 on: March 31, 2024, 02:46:03 PM »
Goal to Swans.

84 - 72

30 mins Q4

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #46 on: March 31, 2024, 02:47:22 PM »
Siren. Won by 12  :gotigers.

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #47 on: March 31, 2024, 02:50:55 PM »
How did McAuliffe go?

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #48 on: March 31, 2024, 02:51:22 PM »
Final Score

Richmond   2.1    7.6     10.6     13.6-84
Sydney      5.2     5.6      7.8     10.12-72

Goals: Ryan 4, Olden 2, Naismith, Ralphsmith, Green, George, Yassine, Johnson, May.


Won the game in the middle two quarters.



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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #49 on: March 31, 2024, 02:52:11 PM »
How did McAuliffe go?
BOG for us. 26 possies and 9 clearances.

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #50 on: March 31, 2024, 02:58:25 PM »
How did McAuliffe go?
BOG for us. 26 possies and 9 clearances.

Not too shabby!

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #51 on: March 31, 2024, 03:00:58 PM »
Conspiracy theory time .

Mcauliffe has been deliberately held back so he can make his debut in Gather round, his home state .
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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #52 on: March 31, 2024, 03:12:20 PM »
Individual stats:     

McAuliffe       26 disp. (17k, 9h), 4 marks, 5 tackles, 9 clearances, 6 in50s,      -       ,     -     , 1 behind
Naismith       19 disp. (15k, 4h), 8 marks, 4 tackles, 3 clearances, 4 in50s, 18 hitouts, 2 goals.
Smith           19 disp. (14k, 5h), 5 marks, 1 tackle  , 1 clearance  , 3 in50s.
Coulthard     15 disp. (  8k, 7h), 5 marks, 1 tackle  , 3 clearances, 2 in50s.
Green          13 disp. (10k, 3h), 6 marks, 2 tackles,  1 clearance , 2 in50s,       -       , 1 goal.
Koschitzke    11 disp. (11k, 0h), 7 marks, 3 tackles,         -        ,  3 in50s,       -      ,             , 2 behinds.
Ryan            10 disp. (  7k, 3h), 4 marks, 3 tackles, 2 clearances, 1 in50  , 17 hitouts, 3 goals, 1 behind.
Ralphsmith     7 disp. (  4k, 3h), 1 mark  , 1 tackle ,         -         ,    -       ,      -       , 1 goal.
Cumberland    6 disp. (  4k, 2h),      -      , 2 tackles,        -         , 2 ins50s.

n.b. Hugo played only the first half.
      The stats have Samson kicking 3 and Naismith 2. I thought Samson kicked 4.



VFL-listers:
Harris 22 possies.
Street 22
Johnson 17
El Nour 15
Wilson  15
Bravo   14
Guiney 14
George 11
Girolami 11
Feneley 10
Olden   10
Yassine 10
Garner   6 ..... went off concussed in 2nd qtr.
May       4

Team stats:

Disposals:   321 - 313
Kicks:         202 - 184
Handballs:   119 - 129
Marks:          72 - 52
Clearances:   38 - 48
Inside 50s:   45 - 59
Tackles:        52 - 64
Hitouts:        37 - 38
Frees:          28 - 24

https://www.afl.com.au/vfl/matches/6317#team-stats

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #53 on: March 31, 2024, 03:40:47 PM »
How did McAuliffe go?
BOG for us. 26 possies and 9 clearances.
He will definitely debut next week. Should have today. Oh well

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #54 on: March 31, 2024, 03:58:51 PM »
McAuliffe - BOG. Middle quarters especially. Took him a quarter to get going but when he did he was in everything and was heavily influential on the game and the win. Hopefully gets to make his AFL debut next week.

Naismith - Very good game from the big bloke. Kept his focus on the ball despite the late off the ball cheap shots from that idiot Ladhams.

Smith - his best game for us so far. His set up behind the play and use of the ball especially in the middle quarters went a long way to us winning the match.

Samson - Hurt his ankle in the first 10 mins but played on and seemed to gain confidence as the match went along. When up forward played for and won the front position and made the most of his chances to kick 3 (I thought 4) goals.

Coulthard - Another one who got going after quarter time. His pace and keeping his width on the outer wing in the 2nd quarter gave our defenders and mids a free outlet to attack through. Matty's best game in a while.

Green - Solid game. Got better as the game went along.

Hugo - only played the first half. Okay overall. A nice long goal to put us in front though.

Kosi - Would've had 5 shots today but didn't kick a goal. Kicked 2 behinds, 2 OOTF and 1 that didn't score and stayed in play (although to be fair they were all shots from a pocket bar one which was directly in front and a poor miss).

Cumberland - Ordinary day. Thought he was too selfish today. Cost us two goals trying to do it all himself rather than give it off to a free teammate. It's sadly performances like today that keep him in the ressies.
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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #55 on: March 31, 2024, 04:05:50 PM »
How did McAuliffe go?
BOG for us. 26 possies and 9 clearances.
He will definitely debut next week. Should have today. Oh well

Maybe he needs to work on his defensive game.

Play some outside mid time.

Maybe check out HBF and see how he goes.

Find a useless HFF where he can get no opportunity and get dropped.

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #56 on: March 31, 2024, 05:06:05 PM »
McAuliffe - BOG. Middle quarters especially. Took him a quarter to get going but when he did he was in everything and was heavily influential on the game and the win. Hopefully gets to make his AFL debut next week.

Naismith - Very good game from the big bloke. Kept his focus on the ball despite the late off the ball cheap shots from that idiot Ladhams.

Smith - his best game for us so far. His set up behind the play and use of the ball especially in the middle quarters went a long way to us winning the match.

Samson - Hurt his ankle in the first 10 mins but played on and seemed to gain confidence as the match went along. When up forward played for and won the front position and made the most of his chances to kick 3 (I thought 4) goals.

Coulthard - Another one who got going after quarter time. His pace and keeping his width on the outer wing in the 2nd quarter gave our defenders and mids a free outlet to attack through. Matty's best game in a while.

Green - Solid game. Got better as the game went along.

Hugo - only played the first half. Okay overall. A nice long goal to put us in front though.

Kosi - Would've had 5 shots today but didn't kick a goal. Kicked 2 behinds, 2 OOTF and 1 that didn't score and stayed in play (although to be fair they were all shots from a pocket bar one which was directly in front and a poor miss).

Cumberland - Ordinary day. Thought he was too selfish today. Cost us two goals trying to do it all himself rather than give it off to a free teammate. It's sadly performances like today that keep him in the ressies.

McAuliffe wasn't BOG.  Naishsmith and Smith were miles in front of him. Calm down with him

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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #57 on: March 31, 2024, 05:27:35 PM »
I'd rather see him than Dow. Seen enough of soft timid players that bring nothing.
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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #58 on: March 31, 2024, 08:30:08 PM »
I'd rather see him than Dow. Seen enough of soft timid players that bring nothing.
R u for real ?
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Re: VFL R2: Richmond vs Sydney @ Punt Rd, Sun. March 31
« Reply #59 on: March 31, 2024, 08:33:19 PM »
I'd rather see him than Dow. Seen enough of soft timid players that bring nothing.
R u for real ?
Did some niece things today IMHO

Yep. That’s the problem when you make up your mind about a player
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