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Beginnings: The Gold Coast debuted in Round 2 on the 2 April 2011 against Carlton at the Gabba in front of a crowd of 27,914. The first five goals were scored by Carlton, before Charlie Dixon scored the first goal for the Gold Coast Suns. Carlton extended their lead at every break, finally winning the game by 119 points with the score of 7.10.52 - 26.15.171. Charlie Dixon was the major goal scorer for the Gold Coast with two. Jeff Gartlett and Andrew Walker were the biggest goal scorers for the Blues with five goals apiece.

Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
15 Gold Coast 22 6 16 0 1778 2273 78.2 24

NEAFL: Match Preview

Gold Coast reserves travel south to take on the undefeated Sydney Uni in round five of the NEAFL this Saturday afternoon.

The SUNS will be looking to bounce back after last week’s loss to Brisbane, with Jesse Lonergan a notable out after his promotion to the senior team.

Big men Cam Loersch and Dan Currie are welcome additions as they return from injury.

Wingman Matt Shaw and Darcy MacPherson were two standouts last week and have been consistent performers in the NEAFL this season.

Draftee Brad Scheer will look to continue his strong form which has seen him named as an emergency for the senior team for two consecutive weeks.

Round 5 Gold Coast NEAFL Team
B: J. Schoenfeld, M. Spencer, M. Willis
HB: M. Shaw, K. Brooksby, M. Saad
C: J. Scrimshaw, D. Macpherson, E. Baru
HF: N. Kempe, J. Grant, T. Frazer
F: C. Marsden, C. Loersch, D. Currie
FOLL: T. Nicholls, W. Brodie, B. Scheer

INT: C. Offermans,...


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Opposition: Two changes for North Melbourne

North Melbourne has made two changes ahead of this Saturday night’s game against the Gold Coast SUNS.

Midfielder Shaun Higgins and half-forward Jed Anderson come into the team as it seeks to turn its winless start to the season around.

Anderson is making his first appearance for North in 2017, while Higgins returns from a hamstring injury.

Former captain Andrew Swallow and small forward Lindsay Thomas have both been omitted.

The experienced pair have played a combined 414 games for the Kangaroos.

North Melbourne Round 6 AFL Premiership Team
B: Marley Williams, Robbie Tarrant, Aaron Mullett
HB: Lachlan Hansen, Scott Thompson, Luke McDonald
C: Jamie Macmillan, Ben Cunnington, Kayne Turner
HF: Taylor Garner, Ben Brown, Shaun Higgins
F: Nathan Hrovat, Mason Wood, Jy Simpkin
FOLL: Todd Goldstein, Jack Ziebell, Trent Dumont
INT: Jed Anderson, Shaun Atley, Ed Vickers-Willis, Sam Gibson
EMG: Ryan...


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Last time we met: North Melbourne

Last time we met: North Melbourne The Suns and Kangaroos clash in round five

Match Report: Round 5, 2016

A five-goal final term has lifted North Melbourne to a 38-point win over Gold Coast to maintain their unbeaten start to the AFL season.

The Kangaroos led at every change against an undersized SUNS before their final-term blitz blew the SUNS away in an 18.11 (119) to 11.15 (81) victory.

The win means the Roos have won their opening five matches of a season for the first time since 2005.

The SUNS began coach Rodney Eade's 600th match as a coach or player without key defenders Steven May (suspended) and Rory Thompson (ankle).

Twice, the hosts managed to get within three points of the Kangaroos but, both times, the visitors seized back the initiative with a flurry of fast goals.

The loss means after three straight wins to start their season, the SUNS have slumped to a 3-2 record...


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Opposition watch: Brad Scott presser

Heading into Saturday’s clash against the Gold Coast, North Melbourne coach Brad Scott maintains that the team’s confidence has not taken a hit.

“As a coach you’re trying to show them the way forward and the way out. But to be perfectly honest the players are really buoyant” he told the media in a press conference on Thursday.

“Morale’s not an issue, but if the losses keep mounting up they will be. So we’ve got to do something about it.”

On the topic of facing the SUNS this week, Scott identified the level of talent around the ball as a key factor.

“They’re a talented side and when they get the game on their terms they’re really effective.

“We’ve seen probably both sides of that where they’ve had the run of play going against them and when they’re able to get the momentum going their way they’re a pretty formidable force” he said.

North Melbourne’s injury list contained a couple of big...


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May ahead of schedule: Eade

SUNS TV: Eade Presser GC SUNS senior coach Rodney Eade addresses the media on Thursday

Senior Coach Rodney Eade told the media on Thursday captain Steven May was ahead of schedule in recovering from his hamstring injury and was a strong possibility to be available to play Geelong in round seven.

May trained at full pace on Thursday, just 12 days after sustaining a hamstring injury in the final quarter of round four.

"The scan came back not as bad as we thought it would be," Eade said.

"He'll train all next week with a view he'll play."

However, Pearce Hanley, who suffered a bruised heel in a NEAFL match on April 16, is not improving at the same rate.

"They're a bugger of an injury," Eade said.

"We thought at the start that it could be three or four weeks.

"We'll take the longer term view to give him some training before he can play.”

Hanley had a strong pre-season and played in the...


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Injury update: Ben Ainsworth

SUNS TV: Eade Presser GC SUNS senior coach Rodney Eade addresses the media on Thursday

The SUNS are taking a long-term view with first round draftee Ben Ainsworth’s injury.

The small forward suffered a corked quad prior to the round 3 clash against Hawthorn and has been restricted to light duties since.

Senior coach Rodney Eade told the media on Thursday that the injury hadn’t improved, with Ainsworth still “about a month away.”

“He didn’t get his range back. We were worried that it would calcify, which it started to, so we’ve had to just take him off his legs. It’s quite a bad one as far as bleeding.”

A conservative approach has been taken to the first year player’s rehab, with Ainsworth yet to start running again after suffering the injury.

“When he gets back to be able to run, he’ll need another two to three weeks of training.” Eade said.

Ainsworth had showcased some of his potential...


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One change ahead of round six

Team Announcement: Round 6 See who's in the squad to take on North Melbourne on Saturday April 29th

Midfielder David Swallow will be purposely rested for the Gold Coast SUNS’ round six clash with North Melbourne this Saturday night.

Having played only six senior games since being crowned Club Champion at the end of 2014, the SUNS are taking a conservative approach with Swallow.

GM Football Operations Marcus Ashcroft told goldcoastfc.com.au that periodic rests for Swallow throughout 2017 are part of the long-term plan to ensure his past injuries were managed accordingly.

“We’ve mapped out a year plan for David, obviously he’s missed a lot of footy over the last year or so with a significant injury so we want to make sure we can get him through the whole year,” Ashcroft said.

“As part of that plan he won’t play footy at all this weekend, with the view to being able to play next weekend...


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Tickets on sale for round 18

Tickets to the Round 18 Toyota AFL Premiership Season match between the Western Bulldogs and the Gold Coast SUNS, scheduled for Saturday July 22 at Cazalys Stadium Cairns, will go on sale today from 9.00am AEST.

In Cairns to support the launch of tickets going on sale, Western Bulldogs player Roarke Smith and Gold Coast SUNS’ Sam Day spoke of how both clubs are looking forward to the Round 18 clash.

Day highlighted the importance of the North Queensland region to the club.

“Every season we look forward to coming to Cairns to play,” Mr Day said.

"Over the years I've been playing in the Cairns match you can't help but notice the growth of the game throughout North Queensland.

"As players we see this up close when players from the region, who are part of the SUNS Talent Academy, come to train with us or play with our NEAFL side throughout the year and I know that is something we want to keep...


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Match preview: SUNS v North Melbourne

SUMMARY
North Melbourne could quite easily be 3-2 and sitting inside the top eight, if not for its inability to close out matches against Geelong, the Western Bulldogs and Fremantle. The Roos are instead 0-5 and simply must beat Gold Coast, which suffered a loss to competition pacesetter Adelaide. The Robbie Tarrant-Tom Lynch showdown could go a long way to deciding the contest, with the young SUNS focal point booting four goals in the corresponding clash last year. North Melbourne will need savvy on-baller Ben Cunnington to maintain his red-hot form to help win the midfield battle.

WHERE AND WHEN: Etihad Stadium, Saturday, April 29, 7.25pm AEST

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LAST FIVE TIMES

R5, 2016, North Melbourne 18.11 (119) d Gold Coast 11.15 (81) at Metricon Stadium
R14, 2015, Gold Coast 19.11 (125) d North Melbourne 10.10 (70) at Metricon Stadium
R7, 2014, Gold...


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Key stats: What we're doing differently

AFL.com.au have collated the key stats for the Gold Coast SUNS five rounds into the season.

The one startling difference so far for the SUNS this year has been their dramatic increase in uncontested possessions.

Last season they had the second-worst differential in the competition, averaging 29 less a game than their opponent.

Through five rounds in 2017, this has skyrocketed to a positive differential of 49 a game.

This can be put down to a couple of reasons.

Firstly, it's become evident coach Rodney Eade has encouraged his players to use more handballs when exiting stoppages, which often leads to two and three extra possessions to get into space.

Secondly, they have a largely fit midfield again with plenty of good outside run available, with the likes of Aaron Hall, Gary Ablett, Michael Barlow, Matt Rosa and Jack Martin often finding space on the outside.

Third, and finally, Gold Coast is...


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Optomo Injury Report: Round 6

Optomo Injury Report: Round 6 GC SUNS GM - Football Operations, Marcus Ashcroft, speaks to SUNS TV about injuries at the club

Gold Coast defenders Steven May and Rory Thompson could both return to the senior team for the SUNS’ round seven game against Geelong at Metricon Stadium.

As reported in last week’s Optomo Injury Report, May has been restricted to light duties as he nurses himself back from a hamstring injury sustained against Carlton in Round 4, while Thompson is on the comeback from quad tightness.

General Manager of Football Operations, Marcus Ashcroft said on Wednesday the club’s defensive leaders were nearing a comeback and a return as early as next week was possible.

“They’re making good progress; won’t play this weekend but will be a test for the following weekend’s game,” Ashcroft told Optomo Injury Report.

It’s a similar timeframe for Pearce Hanley (bruised heel)...


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AFL Fantasy Wrap: Barlow the top SUN

Experienced campaigners, Michael Barlow and Gary Ablett led the way in AFL Fantasy scores in Gold Coast’s 67-point loss to the undefeated Adelaide Crows.

Barlow continues to attract big scores, as he has over the course of his career, finishing with 127 points from his 36 disposal display.

His average moves up to 90.4 and he appears a great choice if coaches are looking to upgrade a rookie to a premium midfielder as he is at an affordable $527,000.

He has the added benefit of being awarded dual-position (DPP) status and can now be selected as a MID or FWD.

Ablett produced yet another 100+ performance with 118 points as a result of 33 disposals along with five tackles.

He is averaging 124.7 points in the last three games alone, yet is owned by only 5.46% of AFL Fantasy coaches.

He is currently the 20th highest-scoring player in the competition and is always a captaincy candidate. He is Mr...


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Pocket Profile: Tom Lynch

AFL club supported as a kid: Collingwood

Best moment in junior footy: Meat pie after games

Before a game I always: Make sure I have my mouthguard

As a footballer, how would you like to be remembered? Premiership player

The player form another club you most like to watch: 'Buddy' Franklin

All-time favourite player: Gary Ablett

What do you like to do on your days off: Beach

Which singer/band would you like to see perform at the AFL Grand Final: Meat Loaf

Who is the king of the selfies at your club: Alex Sexton

If you could swap jobs with one person, who would it be: Barry Lowe (GC SUNS Assistant Property Manager)

If you won the lottery, what would you buy first: A horse

Favourite city in the world to visit: New York

What’s next on your travel bucket list: Antarctica

Childhood Hero: Family

What is your worst trait: Stubborn

Least preferred household chore: Cleaning

The three most...


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Leslie's lofty task

RD5: Leslie Post-Match GC SUNS defender Jack Leslie speaks after the loss to Adelaide in Round 5

To onlookers at Metricon Stadium on Saturday night, defender Jack Leslie seemed to stand taller than his physical 197cm.

The 21-year old tasted victory for the first time in the red and gold in round four, but faced a lofty task returning home to Metricon Stadium for his third game of the season.

With injuries to key defenders Steven May and Rory Thompson, Leslie was tasked with anchoring the backline and taking on Adelaide captain Tex Walker in just his ninth career game.

“I think he had it a little bit over me probably at the start of the game just leading up, I was probably just ducking off a little bit,” Leslie told SUNS TV post-match.

“Then I just thought I’d try to fix it up. Try to be a bit closer to him and as soon as he got the ball I could really just put pressure on him and try...


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The best Saad's played: Eade

RD5: Eade Post-Match Watch Gold Coast's press conference after round five's match against Adelaide

Gold Coast fans have come to cherish the moment Adam Saad gets his hands on the Sherrin.

His dash off half-back is something to marvel and only five rounds into the 2017 season his highlights reel is already taking shape.

On Saturday night Saad was tasked with manning Adelaide’s premier small forward, and current Coleman Medal leader, Eddie Betts.

READ: Leslie's lofty task

After the All Australian booted six in round four, Saad once again stepped up to the challenge of Betts limiting him to three majors.

Speaking to the media post-match Rodney Eade was all praise for Saad.

“He was terrific,” Eade said.

“His ability to win one on ones and keep his feet, I thought it was exceptional.

“I thought his attacking game as well, I thought he had a real good balance tonight.”

Saad’s rise to prominence...


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Lessons learnt from Crows game says Ah Chee

SUNS TV: Ah Chee Presser GC SUNS forward Callum Ah Chee addresses the media on Monday

GOLD Coast has not lost confidence after their loss to Adelaide, but young forward Callum Ah Chee says the SUNS must continue to be bold with the ball to keep their season on track.

Ahead of a trip to Etihad Stadium on Saturday night to take on winless North Melbourne, Ah Chee said the 2-3 Suns had taken some lessons from the Crows.

"We thought we could have taken the game on a bit more in the first half, be a bit more bold with the ball," he said following Monday's team review.

WATCH: Ah Chee post-match

"We went into our shells a bit when they got a run on us.

"The boys just need to be confident as a group that we can take the game on, and when we do, good things come.

"We're 2-3, it's still the start of the season. We'll take some confidence out of those two wins."

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Kolodjashnij up for Crows challenge

Gold Coast has been steadfast all week that success in the midfield will determine if it can defeat Adelaide on Saturday.

And it's right. If you don't win clearances, contested footy (Adelaide has not lost that stat this season) and control the tempo with smart decisions and good execution, you're likely to face a long day against the slick Crows.

But there's the team that controls Adelaide's forward 50 will go a long way towards bagging the premiership points.

The unbeaten Crows have kicked 77 goals in four games and only need an even share of the ball for the likes of Taylor Walker, Eddie Betts, Tom Lynch and Charlie Cameron to cash in.

The SUNS have a vastly revamped back six from the one coach Rodney Eade envisaged during his pre-season, with Steven May (hamstring), Rory Thompson (quad) and swingman Sam Day (season-ending hip) all unavailable.

The task facing Jack Leslie is huge....


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Crows too strong for SUNS

RD5: Highlights v Adelaide The Suns and Crows clash in round five

Adelaide has cemented a club-record fifth straight win to start its season with a 67-point win over Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium.

The Crows shared the load amongst the midfielders and forwards, finishing with 13 individual goal scorers and a 23.15 (153) to 13.8 (86) victory.

The loss puts a halt to the SUNS’ two-game win streak.

Callum Ah Chee embraced his return to the seniors, setting the tone early to kick the SUNS’ first of the game.

He went on to kick five, a career best, while captain Tom Lynch had a quieter night out than last week with two majors.

Brandon Matera, Aaron Hall, David Swallow and Alex Sexton also hit the scoreboard, but it wasn’t enough to overthrow the Crows.

Adelaide ran hard, repeatedly outnumbering the SUNS at the contest and used the ball to their advantage for four quarters.

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Opposition: One change for the Crows

The Adelaide Crows have made one change ahead of their clash with the Gold Coast SUNS at Metricon Stadium this Saturday.

Undefeated heading into this game, Adelaide will look to continue their run of form which sees them sitting second on the ladder.

Defender Jake Kelly will miss the game after suffering an eye injury last weekend, with midfielder Brad Crouch called up for his first AFL game of the season.

Crouch comes into the team after two strong performances in the SANFL following his return from a pre-season hamstring injury.

Adelaide Crows Round 5 AFL Premiership Team

B: Rory Laird, Kyle Hartigan, Luke Brown

HB: Jake Lever, Daniel Talia, Richard Douglas

C: David Mackay, Matt Crouch, Brodie Smith

HF: Riley Knight, Andy Otten, Rory Atkins

F: Charlie Cameron, Taylor Walker, Eddie Betts

FOLL: Sam Jacobs, Rory Sloane, Wayne Milera

INT: Brad Crouch, Curtly Hampton, Tom T. Lynch,...


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NEAFL: Match Preview

Gold Coast reserves will face an undefeated Brisbane side in round four of the NEAFL this Saturday afternoon.

The local rivalry clash will be the first home game this season for the Gold Coast; acting as a curtain raiser game for round five of the AFL.

Top-10 draftee Jack Scrimshaw will return to the NEAFL line-up after being rested in round three.

Matt Shaw, the travelling emergency to Melbourne last weekend, also regains his spot at half-back.

Gold Coast will be without Trent McKenzie and Mitch Hallahan due to injury while Callum Ah Chee has earned himself a spot in the senior team.

Round 4 Gold Coast NEAFL Team
B: J. Schoenfeld, M. Spencer, M. Willis
HB: M. Shaw, K. Brooksby, M. Saad
C: J. Scrimshaw, D. Macpherson, J. Lonergan
HF: H. Simmington, J. Grant, B. Scheer
F: D. Charlesworth, C. Loersch, D. Currie
FOLL: T. Nicholls, W. Brodie, R. Davis

INT: C. Offermans, J. Dawson, S. Davidson, B....


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Round 4
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 24 April (7:50 pm) Richmond 6.15 (51) def. by Melbourne 12.11 (83) MCG (crowd: 58,175)
Saturday, 25 April (1:10 pm) St Kilda 12.9 (81) def. by Carlton 18.13 (121) Westpac Stadium (crowd: 12,125)
Saturday, 25 April (2:40 pm) Essendon 6.13 (49) def. by Collingwood 9.15 (69) MCG (crowd: 88,395)
Saturday, 25 April (5:40 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.23 (119) def. Gold Coast 7.11 (53) StarTrack Oval (crowd: 6,917)
Saturday, 25 April (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 15.9 (99) def. Hawthorn 13.13 (91) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,831)
Saturday, 25 April (6:45 pm) Fremantle 11.8 (74) def. Sydney 8.12 (60) Domain Stadium (crowd: 39,009)
Sunday, 26 April (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 9.11 (65) def. by West Coast 17.16 (118) Gabba (crowd: 16,632)
Sunday, 26 April (3:20 pm) Geelong 9.13 (67) def. by North Melbourne 12.11 (83) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 23,452)
Sunday, 26 April (4:40 pm) Western Bulldogs 18.17 (125) def. Adelaide 10.8 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 19,915)

Round 5
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 1 May (7:50 pm) Carlton 6.9 (45) def. by Collingwood 18.12 (120) MCG (crowd: 71,759)
Saturday, 2 May (1:45 pm) Richmond 11.10 (76) def. by Geelong 12.13 (85) MCG (crowd: 45,228)
Saturday, 2 May (2:10 pm) Sydney 10.13 (73) def. by Western Bulldogs 11.11 (77) SCG (crowd: 25,541)
Saturday, 2 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 18.10 (118) def. Brisbane Lions 7.12 (54) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 12,464)
Saturday, 2 May (7:20 pm) North Melbourne 10.10 (70) def. by Hawthorn 19.16 (130) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 38,077)
Saturday, 2 May (5:40 pm) West Coast 18.12 (120) def. Greater Western Sydney 4.9 (33) Domain Stadium (crowd: 34,554)
Sunday, 3 May (1:10 pm) Melbourne 6.14 (50) def. by Fremantle 18.10 (118) MCG (crowd: 22,892)
Sunday, 3 May (3:20 pm) St Kilda 11.14 (80) def. by Essendon 11.16 (82) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,869)
Sunday, 3 May (4:10 pm) Adelaide 13.13 (91) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,617)

Round 6
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 8 May (7:50 pm) Collingwood 8.11 (59) def. by Geelong 15.10 (100) MCG (crowd: 52,152)
Saturday, 9 May (1:45 pm) North Melbourne 16.13 (109) def. Richmond 10.14 (74) Blundstone Arena (crowd: 17,544)
Saturday, 9 May (2:10 pm) Western Bulldogs 13.9 (87) def. by St Kilda 14.10 (94) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,619)
Saturday, 9 May (4:35 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.12 (108) def. Hawthorn 14.14 (98) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 13,556)
Saturday, 9 May (5:10 pm) Gold Coast 11.12 (78) def. by Adelaide 18.11 (119) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 12,464)
Saturday, 9 May (7:20 pm) Melbourne 7.8 (50) def. by Sydney 12.16 (88) MCG (crowd: 26,894)
Saturday, 9 May (6:10 pm) Fremantle 12.8 (80) def. Essendon 7.10 (52) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,535)
Sunday, 10 May (3:20 pm) Carlton 11.9 (75) def. by Brisbane Lions 12.12 (84) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 20,273)
Sunday, 10 May (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 10.8 (68) def. by West Coast 11.12 (78) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 37,635)
  • The attendance of 17,544 at Blundstone Arena set a new record for the largest sports crowd at the ground.[18]
  • St Kilda defeated Western Bulldogs after trailing 55 points early in the third quarter. It was the equal-fifth largest successful comeback in VFL/AFL history[19] and equalled the club's greatest ever comeback.[20]

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