Game Chat – Port v Richmond

Written by Motts on July 1 2017

Venue: Adelaide Oval, 19:40 AEST

LAST FIVE TIMES

R15, 2016, Port Adelaide 14.10 (94) d Richmond 8.8 (56) at Adelaide Oval
R6, 2016, Port Adelaide 13.16 (94) d Richmond 8.11 (59) at the MCG
R8, 2015, Richmond 11.10 (76) d Port Adelaide 5.13 (43) at Adelaide Oval
1EF, 2014, Port Adelaide 20.12 (132) d Richmond 11.9 (75) at Adelaide Oval
R17, 2014, Richmond 19.12 (126) d Port Adelaide 16.10 (106) at Etihad Stadium

Game notes: It’s weird to think a team sitting fourth on the ladder needs to prove itself as a premiership contender, but that’s the case with Port Adelaide. The Power (8-5, 135.4 per cent) are starting to earn a reputation as flat-track bullies having lost all four of their games against top-eight teams this season. That’s why Saturday night’s clash with the Tigers (sixth; 8-5, 111.7 per cent) is important. On the back of a dynamic five-goal performance from Robbie Gray, the Power cruised past Collingwood on the road last weekend. Consistency hasn’t been the Power’s strong suit – a win over the Tigers would be the first time they’ve won three in a row since round 20-23, 2015. The Tigers did just enough to dispose of Carlton last weekend. They’ve also won three out of their past four, but need a big scalp to continue their momentum.

Mottsy’s Tip: Power by 30

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9 thoughts on “Game Chat – Port v Richmond”

  1. LATE CHANGES
    Port Adelaide: Jack Hombsch (knee) replaced in the selected side by Jake Neade
    Richmond: Nil

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Port Adelaide: Sam Powell-Pepper, Jake Neade, Matthew Broadbent, Matt White
    Richmond: Josh Caddy, Oleg Markov, Connor Menadue, Tyson Stengle

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    1. Getting destroyed in the ruck but getting around the ground. My F4-6 weak links last week in Buddy, Lynch and Nank are showing up this week.

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  2. Half Time

    Port Adelaide Power: 5.11.41
    T. Jonas 66
    P. Ryder 64
    H. Hartlett 62
    J. Polec 54
    O. Wines 51
    J. Westhoff 51
    C. Wingard 50
    T. Boak 48
    D. Houston 48
    S. Gray 47
    Broadbent 46
    J. Trengove 44
    P-Pepper 43
    J. Neade 43
    J. Pittard 37
    C. Dixon 34
    T. Clurey 34
    Byrne-Jones 34
    M. White 32
    B. Ebert 29
    R. Gray 19
    J. Impey 13

    Richmond Tigers: 3.8.26
    K. Lambert 76
    Nankervis 57
    Martin 55
    B. Ellis 46
    J. Caddy 45
    D. Astbury 41
    D. Prestia 37
    D. Grimes 36
    A. Rance 36
    K. McIntosh 35
    S. Edwards 33
    D. Butler 32
    S. Lloyd 31
    J. Riewoldt 28
    T. Cotchin 28
    J. Castagna 28
    S. Grigg 26
    C. Menadue 24
    J. Short 21
    O. Markov 13
    T. Stengle 9
    D. Rioli 7

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  3. Three Quarter Time

    Port Adelaide Power: 6.14.50
    J. Westhoff 95
    P. Ryder 89
    T. Jonas 83
    T. Boak 79
    D. Houston 76
    C. Wingard 74
    S. Gray 73
    H. Hartlett 68
    J. Polec 65
    J. Neade 61
    O. Wines 60
    Broadbent 55
    P-Pepper 54
    B. Ebert 53
    J. Trengove 53
    C. Dixon 52
    M. White 51
    J. Pittard 48
    J. Impey 47
    Byrne-Jones 46
    R. Gray 45
    T. Clurey 41

    Richmond Tigers: 7.10.52
    K. Lambert 102
    Nankervis 96
    D. Martin 84
    B. Ellis 69
    J. Caddy 66
    A. Rance 59
    K. McIntosh 58
    D. Grimes 56
    D. Astbury 56
    D. Prestia 52
    T. Cotchin 49
    J. Riewoldt 48
    S. Edwards 46
    S. Lloyd 45
    J. Short 43
    S. Grigg 42
    J. Castagna 37
    D. Butler 36
    T. Stengle 33
    C. Menadue 28
    D. Rioli 24
    O. Markov 21

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  4. Full Time

    Port Adelaide Power: 8.15.63
    P. Ryder 125
    J. Westhoff 114
    C. Wingard 109
    S. Gray 94
    T. Jonas 94
    T. Boak 84
    D. Houston 84
    O. Wines 80
    J. Polec 75
    M. White 74
    P-Pepper 71
    J. Impey 70
    C. Dixon 67
    H. Hartlett 66
    Broadbent 66
    J. Pittard 64
    J. Neade 63
    Byrne-Jones 61
    B. Ebert 58
    T. Clurey 56
    R. Gray 46
    J. Trengove 45

    Richmond Tigers: 11.10.76
    K. Lambert 118
    D. Martin 118
    A. Rance 113
    Nankervis 108
    B. Ellis 97
    J. Caddy 94
    D. Grimes 81
    K. McIntosh 76
    J. Short 75
    T. Cotchin 74
    S. Edwards 71
    D. Butler 71
    S. Lloyd 68
    J. Riewoldt 67
    D. Astbury 66
    D. Prestia 64
    S. Grigg 60
    C. Menadue 56
    J. Castagna 52
    T. Stengle 46
    D. Rioli 29
    O. Markov 25

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  5. Did Spp have a few clangers? his stats weren’t to bad! Also bought in R. Gray
    this week m8/m9 covering Joel this week , that was a fizzer!

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