AFL

Some random moments from Round 6 of the AFL

How Collingwood supporters reacted when they found out Eddie 2.0 had been appointed as President

My coincidence of the week:


April 24, 1915: Melbourne defeat Richmond at the MCG with a score of 12.10-82

April 24, 2021: Melbourne defeat Richmond at the MCG with a score of 12.10-82


Somewhere in Victoria, I hope this fella is having a good night


Brian Taylor publicly endorsing draft tampering on the Anzac Game broadcast

From @Masey on Twitter

This is the most questionable thing Bristle’s done since he interviewed Nadia Comaneci on 3UZ:


Mitch Duncan roosting one from Anglesea to give Geelong 10 unanswered goals in the 2nd Quarter


Turns out Mark Blicavs was just being sporting and helping keep the margin below 100 points when he did this

Good on you, Blitz.


Rushed Behind Of The Year: Liam Stocker

What a well-weighted shank that was:

Sure that’s a good rushed behind, but is it David Rodan randomly snapping a rushed behind against the Bulldogs good?


The world-famous Eddie Betts Adelaide Oval Vortex does its thing for Jack Higgins


Christian Salem racking up the scoreboard looks


Daddy Doker stating facts


Premiership ruckman Marlion Pickett wins a centre bounce against Max Gawn

From the 7AFL Twitter

Thanks to his head knock, it was an unfortunate first for Dustin Martin in Game 250

“Had Less Than”


Gee, if only Adelaide had got a hand on this rolling goal from Tom Phillips

Only 3 points the difference in the end, would’ve been handy to say the least

Fun fact – That was Tom’s first goal for Hawthorn.


A 39-year first at York Park as Riley Thilthorpe and Jacob ‘Not Justin’ Koschitzke kick 5 goals each in a game involving the Coleman Medal leader


Adelaide, the first team in 12 years to lose a game despite a 10-goal quarter


Tom Lynch getting ready to come on as a sub for 20 minutes as Adelaide lost all momentum


Local man ruins everything

Steven Motlop ruining a certain goal for Oraaaaazio Fantasia

STEVE, JUST LET IT GO THROUGH FOR GOD’S SAKE

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