Game Chat – Adelaide v Richmond

Written by Motts on April 30 2017

VENUE: Adelaide Oval, 4.10pm ACST

LAST FIVE TIMES
R3, 2016, Adelaide Crows 19.14 (128) d Richmond 13.14 (92) at Etihad Stadium
R19, 2015, Adelaide Crows 11.22 (88) d Richmond 8.4 (52) at Adelaide Oval
R21, 2014, Richmond 10.19 (79) d Adelaide Crows 9.15 (69) at Adelaide Oval
R12, 2013, Richmond 16.14 (110) d Adelaide Crows 10.12 (72) at the MCG
R14, 2012, Adelaide Crows 17.4 (106) d Richmond 13.9 (87) at AAMI Stadium

GAME NOTES
What a clash this promises to be. The Crows’ 5-0 win/loss record is the best start in club history, while the Tigers will be searching for their first 6-0 start since 1995. The Crows easily disposed of Gold Coast by 67 points at Metricon Stadium last Saturday, despite losing All-Australian defender Daniel Talia in the opening minutes of the game with a hamstring injury. The Crows have the most potent attack in the competition featuring Eddie Betts, skipper Taylor Walker and Tom Lynch, while gun midfielder Rory Sloane continues to show why he will be a Brownlow Medal contender this year. Led wonderfully by six-goal hero Jack Riewoldt, the Tigers staged an epic comeback to defeat Melbourne by 13 points on Monday night. The Tigers have surprised everyone with their magnificent start to the season, but this will be their biggest test so far.

MOTTSY’S TIP: Adelaide by 40 points

While we do our best to update posts with end of quarter scores, we aren’t always online so if you have access to the scores and see they haven’t gone into the Comments section of this post, the Community would love it if you could help us out.

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  1. Just noticed I’m up against jr brumby’s team in a league ‘trump tower’ I joined from this site.
    Heading to the oval shortly, looking forward to a good match.
    Leeeroyyyyy jeeeeenkinnns!

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  2. Third Quarter progress score

    Adelaide 13.8 (86)
    lead
    Richmond 7.3 (45)

    Adelaide
    R. Sloane 86
    T. Lynch 76
    R. Laird 75
    M. Crouch 65
    D. Talia 65
    J. Kelly 58
    R. Douglas 58
    E. Betts 54
    S. Jacobs 54
    C. Cameron 52
    R. Atkins 50
    B. Smith 45
    T. Walker 45
    J. Lever 43
    J. Jenkins 40
    L. Brown 38
    K. Hartigan 32
    A. Otten 31
    W. Milera 30
    C. Hampton 26
    B. Crouch 25
    D. Mackay 23

    Richmond
    A. Rance 66
    T. Cotchin 64
    K. Lambert 54
    D. Astbury 51
    B. Houli 51
    D. Martin 50
    D. Rioli 47
    D. Prestia 45
    J. Caddy 45
    S. Grigg 41
    J. Short 38
    T. Nankervis 37
    B. Ellis 37
    J. Riewoldt 36
    D. Butler 32
    N. Vlastuin 27
    D. Grimes 27
    O. Markov 26
    S. Morris 24
    R. Conca 24
    K. McIntosh 17
    J. Castagna 7

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  3. Three Qtr Time

    Adelaide 18.11 (119)
    lead
    Richmond 8.3 (51)

    Adelaide
    R. Sloane 107
    T. Lynch 98
    R. Laird 93
    S. Jacobs 91
    M. Crouch 84
    R. Douglas 74
    D. Talia 73
    T. Walker 71
    J. Kelly 67
    R. Atkins 64
    E. Betts 64
    C. Cameron 62
    J. Lever 58
    B. Smith 56
    L. Brown 51
    W. Milera 49
    B. Crouch 47
    J. Jenkins 47
    A. Otten 45
    K. Hartigan 38
    C. Hampton 33
    D. Mackay 32

    Richmond
    A. Rance 81
    T. Cotchin 78
    K. Lambert 74
    D. Martin 67
    D. Astbury 60
    B. Houli 59
    D. Prestia 54
    S. Grigg 54
    T. Nankervis 54
    J. Caddy 53
    D. Rioli 52
    B. Ellis 51
    J. Short 48
    D. Butler 41
    J. Riewoldt 40
    O. Markov 34
    R. Conca 33
    D. Grimes 33
    S. Morris 32
    K. McIntosh 31
    N. Vlastuin 31
    J. Castagna 10

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