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Beginnings: Port Adelaide Football Club, nicknamed The Power, are an Australian rules football club reigning from Port Adelaide, South Australia, that plays in the AFL. Port Adelaide is the oldest club in South Australia playing in the AFL and one of the oldest football clubs in the world. Since the club’s first game in 1870, it has won 34 SANFL premierships, including six in a row, and achieved the honour of being Champions of Australia on four occasions.

Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 50,275 in round 20 2002: Port Adelaide 12.12 (84); Adelaide 11.10 (76)
  • * Largest Winning Margin: 117 points v Hawthorn, Round 13, 2005 AAMI Stadium, Adelaide
  • * Most Games: 392 by Russell Ebert 1968-78 & 1980-85
  • * Most Goals: 409 - Warren Tredrea (1997- Present
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 77,671 for 2004 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
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Ebo likely to front Lions

Last time v Lions: Round 19, 2016 - PTV Highlights from our last win over Brisbane.

This story originally appeared on afl.com.au

PORT Adelaide expects father-to-be Brad Ebert to take his place in the side to face the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba on Saturday.

Ebert's wife Rebecca is due to give birth to the couple's first child early next month.

"We told him to wait to Monday, but it's not Brad we have to talk to, is it?," Power coach Ken Hinkley said on Friday.

"From Brad's point of view and the family, it will be what it will be, but we think Brad is going to be OK."

Ebert has been in outstanding form for the Power this season, spending more time in the middle of the ground.

He travelled with the team on Friday morning, along with emergencies Aidyn Johnson and Jesse Palmer.

Johnson was unlucky to be squeezed out of the side after booting two goals on debut in last weekend's 90-point win...


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AFL considers fixture options

AFL 2017 Round 03 - Port Adelaide v Adelaide Crows

Port and the Crows have played two Showdowns per year for most of their history, that could change under new fixture systems being proposed.

This story originally appeared on afl.com.au

A FIXTURE revamp that would see 18 games in the regular season before a playoff series and then finals has been raised as a possibility during discussions surrounding a new fixture model. 

The idea canvassed would allow each team to play each other once but would enable blockbuster fixtures such as local derbies and the Showdown to be played twice each season.

It would also satisfy the clubs' desire to continue selling membership packages that admit members to 11 home games and corporate packages related to home games.

The four-week playoff structure under such a scenario remains open to debate with consultation about the possibilities expected to broaden to more stakeholders in the next month....


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18 Clubs: Current trends

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The top of the table Crows entered the season wanting to add versatility to allow them to rotate more players through the midfield. This has worked a treat. David Mackay has spent time across half-back, Charlie Cameron's pace has been an eye-catching addition through the midfield and on the wing, and defender Rory Laird has had short bursts on the ball. The Crows are also moving the ball quicker through their backline by hand. Their ratio of kicks to handballs in the defensive half has gone from 1.13:1 in 2016 (sixth in the AFL) to 0.89:1 this year (17th). When the Crows do kick out of defence, they go direct rather than messing around with the short option – 46.4 per cent (second in the League) of their kicks out of their defensive half are long kicks this year compared to 40.5 per cent (13th) in 2016. The lightning-quick ball...


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AFL Evolution - Power player ratings

AFL 2017 Round 05 - Port Adelaide v Cartlon

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21: Robbie Gray of the Power celebrates a goal with team mate Charlie Dixon during the 2017 AFL round 05 match between Port Adelaide Power and the Carlton Blues at the Adelaide Oval on April 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by AFL Media)

ROBBIE Gray is the highest ranked Port Adelaide player in the new AFL game ‘AFL Evolution’.

Three time best and fairest winner Gray is rated 91 out of 100, which ranks him equal 3rd in the AFL – behind only Freo’s Nat Fyfe and Gold Coast’s Gary Ablett.

Chad Wingard (88) and Travis Boak (87) are the next highest ranked Power players.

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AFL Evolution is set to be released next Friday (May 5) on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.

Port Adelaide player ratings
Brendon Ah Chee - 73
Karl Amon - 71
Joe Atley - 65
Logan Austin - 69
Travis Boak - 87
Riley Bonner - 69
Matthew Broadbent - 79
Darcy Byrne-Jones - 74
Tom Clurey -...


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Lions: Three changes

Last time v Lions: Round 19, 2016 - PTV Highlights from our last win over Brisbane.

AFL 2017 JLT Community Series - Western Bulldogs v Brisbane

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 2: Ryan Bastinac of the Lions in action during the AFL 2017 JLT Community Series match between the Western Bulldogs and the Brisbane Lions at Etihad Stadium on March 2, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

BRISBANE has made three changes to its team to play Port Adelaide this week.

The Lions, who lost to the Western Bulldogs last week, have omitted Ryan Bastinac, Cedric Cox and Liam Dawson. 

In their place comes Tom Cutler, Darcy Gardiner and Michael Close.

Port Adelaide named Hamish Hartlett and Jack Hombsch as returnees to its starting 22, in place of the injured Travis Boak and omitted Aidyn Johnson.

The Power play the Lions at the Gabba at 4.35pm AEST on Saturday 29 April.

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Selection: Two changes

Last time v Lions: Round 19, 2016 - PTV Highlights from our last win over Brisbane.

PORT ADELAIDE has made two changes – one forced and one unforced – to its team to play Brisbane on Saturday at the Gabba.

Hamish Hartlett and Jack Hombsch return from injury, while Travis Boak (hamstring) and Aidyn Johnson (omitted) fall out of the side.

Johnson has been named on the emergency list with Brendon Ah Chee and Jesse Palmer.

This weekend also marks the return of Angus Monfries for his first game since 2015. 

Monfries has recovered from a hamstring injury, and will play for the Magpies against the Crows at Woodville Oval on Saturday afternoon. 

Matthew Lobbe will also return from a knee injury.

Port Adelaide plays two games on Saturday 29 April, first taking on the SANFL Crows at Woodville Oval at 2.10pm, followed by its Round 6 AFL game against the Lions at the Gabba at 4.35pm...


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Pittard wants to stay put

AFL 2017 Round 05 - Port Adelaide v Cartlon

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21: Jasper Pittard of the Power celebrates the win and his 100th game during the 2017 AFL round 05 match between Port Adelaide Power and the Carlton Blues at the Adelaide Oval on April 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

This story was originally published on afl.com.au.

ONE OF 25 Port Adelaide players without a contract for next season, defender Jasper Pittard knows where he wants to be in 2018. 

"It's not a matter of me weighing up options or anything, I'm really happy at the club," Pittard told AFL.com.au.

"I'm really positive about the way we're going and the direction we're moving after a tough couple of years.

"I just want to play footy here and it's as simple as that.

"I've been here for eight years and haven't wanted to leave."

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AFL monitoring 'last touch' rule

SANFL 2017 Round 03 - Port Adelaide v North Adelaide

The last possession rule is currently used in the SANFL.

This story originally appeared on afl.com.au

THE AFL is continuing to monitor the effect of the 'last possession' rule operating in the SANFL but its preference is to maintain a strict interpretation of the deliberate out of bounds rule in its current format.

The League's football operations boss Simon Lethlean told AFL Exchange that the current rule fulfilled the lawmakers' desire to preserve the ruck and stoppage work from boundary throw-ins.

However, he said the AFL regularly spoke to the SANFL about how the rule was operating and its effect on games so they were well informed if the deliberate out of bounds rule needed further tightening.

The SANFL introduced the last possession out of bounds rule in 2016 which awards a free kick against the player adjudged to have last touched the ball with a clear possession before it...


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AFLCA: Gray's perfect score

Robbie's third quarter - PTV The Port Adelaide star was in everything in the third term

ROBBIE GRAY has 20 votes in the AFL Coaches Association Champion Player race, but Ollie Wines continues to vie with the big names at the top of the standings.

Gray got the perfect 10 votes from the coaches, similar to his perfect five from Port faithful in the Australian Outdoor Living Fans' MVP vote for his five-goal effort last Friday.

Jared Polec was rewarded with six votes for his impressive effort.

Wines managed five votes to keep pace with Rory Sloane and Joel Selwood in the overall race, while Brad Ebert also received five for his tough effort in the midfield.

Matthew Broadbent polled four votes for his strong performance as well.

AFLCA AWARD LEADERBOARD 

33 – Rory Sloane (Adel)
31 – Joel Selwood (Gee)
29 – Ollie Wines (PA)
25 – Dustin Martin (Rich), Clayton Oliver (Mel)
23 – Zach Merrett...


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AFL records second-biggest attendance

The 10: Round 5's best moments - PTV Which Port player features in this week's top 10 AFL moments?

AFL 2017 Round 05 - Port Adelaide v Cartlon

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21: The Power celebrate a goal during the 2017 AFL round 05 match between Port Adelaide Power and the Carlton Blues at the Adelaide Oval on April 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

THE AFL has recorded its second highest single-round attendance in history, with a total of 391,980 fans turning out across the nine games of round five – just 8,421 short of the all-time best.

A bumper crowd of 87,685 passed through the gates for Tuesday's traditional Anzac Day blockbuster between Essendon and Collingwood at the MCG.

The previous night, a larger than expected crowd of 85,657 watched Richmond make its best start to a season in 22 years in the Anzac Day eve clash against Melbourne at the MCG.

It was the biggest crowd the Demons had...


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SANFL Game Info: Round 4

SANFL 2017 Round 03 - Port Adelaide v North Adelaide

Port Adelaide has two wins in a row and will be looking to break its duck of three losses against the Crows. [pic: AFL]

DATE
Saturday 29 April

FIRST BOUNCE
League: 1.10pm

VENUE
Woodville Oval, Oval Avenue, Woodville South

PARKING
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TICKETS
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$8 concession
Children under 18 FREE

HEAD TO HEAD
First played: 2014
Port Adelaide: 3
Adelaide Crows: 3
Drawn: -

LAST FIVE
Port Adelaide: 2
Adelaide Crows: 3

2016, Adelaide Crows 16.8 (104) d Port Adelaide 10.14 (74) at Alberton
2016, Adelaide Crows 15.14 (104) d Port Adelaide 10.14 (74) at Mannum
2015, Adelaide Crows 13.11 (89) d Port Adelaide 10.9...


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AFL Preview: Lions v Power

Last time v Lions: Round 19, 2016 - PTV Highlights from our last win over Brisbane.

AFL 2017 Round 05 - Port Adelaide v Cartlon

Jared Polec returns to the Gabba for the second time since his switch to the Power

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SUMMARY

Port Adelaide has quietly put together an impressive start to the season, but leaving the Gabba with the four premiership points will be no easy task. Although the Brisbane Lions have a 1-4 win-loss record, they've shown a heap of improvement on 2016, most recently pushing the premier Western Bulldogs to the brink before fading in the final 10 minutes. A fit Dayne Beams and rejuvenated Tom Rockliff are leading a hungry midfield, while Harris Andrews and NAB AFL Rising Star nominee Eric Hipwood have made big strides in the key position posts. But the Power will rightfully start favourites and have also made a big leap from last season. Their midfield is deep...


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Fans' MVP: Gray tops votes

Robbie's third quarter - PTV The Port Adelaide star was in everything in the third term

OLLIE WINES has extended his lead in the Australian Outdoor Living Fans' MVP after polling four votes from last Friday's win over Carlton.

Robbie Gray topped the voting on the back of his five-goal, Major Peter Badcoe VC Medal-winning performance against the Blues.

He sits level with Travis Boak and Brad Ebert (three votes from Friday) in second place - each has 10 votes.

Jared Polec polled two votes, while Jackson Trengove rounded out the voting with one.

Australian Outdoor Living Fans' MVP Leader Board

18 – Ollie Wines (5,4,5,4)
10 –  Travis Boak (4,1,5), Robbie Gray (5,5), Brad Ebert (1,4,2,3)
6 – Sam Powell-Pepper (3,3), Paddy Ryder (2,2,2)
4 – Jasper Pittard (4)
3 – Darcy Byrne-Jones (3), Dan Houston (3), Jared Polec (1,2)
2 – Jackson Trengove (2)

Round 5 v Carlton     

5 - Robbie Gray
4 - Ollie...


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Wines to act as captain

All The Goals - Round 5, 2017 v Blues - PTV Every goal from the Power's big win

AFL 2017 Round 05 - Port Adelaide v Cartlon

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21: Ollie Wines of the Power in action during the 2017 AFL round 05 match between Port Adelaide Power and the Carlton Blues at the Adelaide Oval on April 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

OLLIE WINES will captain Port Adelaide on Saturday afternoon against the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba.

It comes as Port Adelaide confirmed skipper Travis Boak will miss the match with a hamstring injury.

While he’ll be one of Port Adelaide’s younger captains when he runs out on Saturday, Wines, 22, says the added responsibility won’t change his approach.

“I try to be pretty vocal before games, and Kenny and Boaky told me not to change much when I took on the vice-captaincy, I was doing enough at that stage,” Wines told portadelaidefc.com.au.

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Injury update: Boak out

Michael Voss - Press Conference 24 April, 2017 Michael Voss speaks to the media ahead of the Round 6 clash with Brisbane at The Gabba.

AFL 2017 Round 05 - Port Adelaide v Cartlon

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 21: Travis Boak of the Power injured on the bench during the 2017 AFL round 05 match between Port Adelaide Power and the Carlton Blues at the Adelaide Oval on April 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by AFL Media)

TRAVIS BOAK will miss this weekend’s game against Brisbane at the Gabba.

But Hamish Hartlett will be assessed to return from the quad problem that kept him out of last Friday night’s win over Carlton.

Scans showed minor issues for the pair, with Port Adelaide’s high performance team hopeful Boak will only miss this week.

“But that obviously depends on whether he gets through a fitness test next week,” Darren Burgess told portadelaidefc.com.au.

“The scans showed only minor damage to Boaky’s hamstring and...


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Port Adelaide’s lost Military Medallist

This story was originally published on 25 April 2014

MOST South Australian football supporters know the story of Bobby Quinn, the former Port Adelaide captain and coach – arguably its greatest footballer – who fought in World War II and was awarded the Military Medal for bravery.

But do you know of Port's other military medallist, unearthed on the centenary of the war in 1914?

William Roy Sharpe Drummond – better known to family and friends simply as ‘Roy’ – was born in Largs Bay in October 1890 and grew up in Port Adelaide heartland on the Le Fevre peninsula north-west of Adelaide.

It was during an audit of war service records of former players that the club observed two, faintly written letters on his enlistment papers.

See Port Adelaide's list of former players and officials who served

‘M.M.’ adorns the Robert B. Quinn Grandstand at Alberton Oval as the post-nominal to Bobby’s name.

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Brilliant runner's service rediscovered

This story was originally published on 22 April 2015

THEY dug trenches, jumped in, and spent month upon month surviving the pelt of German gun fire. 

It's the story of thousands of Australian men who volunteered for the nation's first war after Britain declared war on Germany in 1914. 

Many men from Port Adelaide would raise their hands and volunteer to serve in the Great War - conscription wasn't active for the Australian Imperial Force, if you went, you wanted to go.

Nearly 50 Portonians involved in the war either played, or would play, for Port Adelaide's senior team.

Tom McDonald was one of them.

As a young shop assistant and talented runner from Port Wakefield, McDonald was granted consent from his father, John, to enlist and signed his papers in Adelaide in October 1916.

At just 20 years of age, McDonald found himself as one of many making the long trip to England, from where...


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Port Adelaide returns to its fallen in France

This story was originally published on 11 November 2015

THEY span the beautiful, green pastures of France.

Graves. Thousands upon thousands of graves.

They are a solemn reminder of the violent and bloody conflict that spilled the blood of the world’s soldiers in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North Africa between 1914 and 1918.

Nearly 100 years have passed since the guns were stopped, here, in France where these green fields have healed over the open wounds of the earth and human flesh torn apart by gun, mine, shell and grenade. 

The Great War, the First World War, brutally severed European peace, as Australian men from all walks of life were caught in the thick of the action, called to fight for King and Country.

Among the thousands of first Anzacs were footballers from across the nation, from the state leagues, from local associations, trading their weekend colours for the green...


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Anzac: Remembering Bob Quinn

Bob Quinn M.M. remembered - PTV Tim Ginever remembers great mate, former Port captain and war vet Bob Quinn.

Watch the video above for Tim Ginever's recollections of Bob Quinn's story.

BOB QUINN'S story is well known by older generations of SA footy fans, but many younger generations wouldn't know the story of one of Port Adelaide's most significant contributors.

Quinn played 239 games for Port Adelaide between 1933 and 1947, featuring in three flags, as a captain and coach of the club.

A dual Magarey Medallist as the SANFL's best and fairest player, he is notable for having continued his playing career after returning from his service abroad during World War II.

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He served at Tobruk and later South-East Asia as part of Australia's armed forces.

After being anointed Port Adelaide's captain in 1994, Tim Ginever finally met Quinn and learned of his predecessor's amazing courage...


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A Military Cross for driving out the enemy

This story was originally published on April 21 2016

DOUGLAS WALSH was a noted actor in Adelaide’s theatrical circles in the early 1900s, but to many men, women and children, he was best known as a competitive footballer and a respected army lieutenant.

Playing for Port Adelaide in the 1908 and 1909 seasons, Walsh – originally of Wallaroo – finished his league career with a few seasons at Unley. 

But it was on the frontlines of France where he distinguished himself.

Walsh and his younger brother D’Arcy enlisted to serve in World War I in 1915 - both were commissioned lieutenants - and like so many young Australians would travel to the other side of the world to fight with the Allied Forces.

While fighting the German forces on the Western Front, Walsh also battled the harsh life of a digger in the trenches.

Within the first year spent fighting, Walsh had suffered a shrapnel wound to...


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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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