Game Chat – Richmond V Port Adelaide

Written by MJ on April 30 2016

Venue:  MCG, Saturday, April 30, 7.25pm AEST 

Last 5 times:

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
R7, 2013, Richmond 18.6 (114) d Port Adelaide 10.13 (73) at AAMI Stadium
R23, 2012, Richmond 16.10 (106) drew Port Adelaide 16.10 (106) at the MCG

Best SC Scorers from last game:

  • Tigers: K.Cornes 122, Gray 119, Ebert 106
  • Power: Riewoldt 146, Deledio 142, Maric 125

In/Out:

Tigers

  • In: Deledio, Hampson
  • Out: Rance, Townsend

Port

  • In: Impey, Howard, Ah Chee, Krakouer, Polec
  • Out: Trengove (Suspension), Amon (Omitted), Lobbe (Omitted), Gray (Hamstring), Wingard (Concussion)

Game Notes: Alex Rance’s suspension is a big loss for the Tigers, but that is offset by the Power’s injury woes with Chad Wingard and Robbie Gray huge outs. Brett Deledio should be on your radar in the next month, as his lofty price is sure to tumble returning from injury. This is one of those games where it’s tough to pick a winner, as both sides have looked nothing like winners in the last fortnight.

The 6 Points

1. Jack Riewoldt kicked four of his team’s 11 goals the last time these sides met. Port Adelaide captain Travis Boak was his team’s star with 35 possessions, but the Power kicked their second lowest ever score against Richmond.

2. Port Adelaide is ranked 17th for uncontested possessions (205.2 a game) after five weeks. The Power are also ranked 17th for kicks (184.8) and last for marks (66.4).

3. No team has taken less marks inside 50 than the Power in 2016, ranked 18th with an average of only eight a game. Richmond is equal sixth at 12.4 a game.

4. These teams haven’t played each other at the MCG since round 23, 2012 when the game finished in a draw. The Tigers have won three of the four matches played since.

5. Richmond is one of the worst tackling sides in 2016, ranked 16th with 60.4 a game. Port Adelaide has been impressive, ranked third with 74.4 a game.

6. Bachar Houli and Brandon Ellis are two prominent Tigers who have suffered a poor patch of form in recent matches. Both players have been out of sorts in SuperCoach lately and will become Fallen Premiums in the coming weeks.

MJ’s tip: Tigers by 1 – take this with an almighty grain of salt!

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. LATE CHANGES

    Richmond: Kamdyn McIntosh replaced in selected side by Jason Castagna

    Port Adelaide: Nil


    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Richmond: Brandon Ellis, Ivan Maric, Anthony Miles, Jason Castagna
    Port Adelaide: Hamish Hartlett, Brendon Ah Chee, Sam Gray, Nathan Krakouer

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  2. QTR TIME

    Tigers 14 vs Port 19

    TIGERS
    6 Shaun Grigg 47
    14 Bachar Houli 33
    16 Shaun Hampson 31
    8 Jack Riewoldt 26
    29 Ty Vickery 24
    4 Dustin Martin 23
    9 Trent Cotchin 22
    3 Brett Deledio 21
    38 Steven Morris 19
    11 Jake Batchelor 18
    25 Troy Chaplin 17
    32 Corey Ellis 16
    12 David Astbury 16
    5 Brandon Ellis 15
    46 Jason Castagna 15
    10 Shane Edwards 15
    26 Anthony Miles 14
    37 Connor Menadue 14
    23 Kane Lambert 13
    27 Sam Lloyd 6
    17 Daniel Rioli 5
    20 Ivan Maric 4

    PORT
    21 Jared Polec 25
    22 Charlie Dixon 24
    42 Tom Jonas 24
    7 Brad Ebert 23
    8 Hamish Hartlett 23
    16 Ollie Wines 23
    29 Jasper Pittard 22
    13 Cam O’Shea 18
    33 Darcy Byrne-Jones 16
    18 Jimmy Toumpas 16
    39 Justin Westhoff 16
    24 Jarman Impey 15
    46 Sam Gray 15
    40 Aaron Young 14
    32 Dougal Howard 14
    36 Jack Hombsch 12
    5 Matthew Broadbent 11
    41 Brendon Ah Chee 10
    48 Nathan Krakouer 10
    1 Travis Boak 10
    14 Paul Stewart 7
    3 Jake Neade -1

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  3. HALF TIME

    TIGERS 34 vs PORT 52

    TIGERS
    6 Shaun Grigg 82
    4 Dustin Martin 62
    14 Bachar Houli 59
    3 Brett Deledio 49
    16 Shaun Hampson 49
    10 Shane Edwards 44
    25 Troy Chaplin 42
    8 Jack Riewoldt 41
    29 Ty Vickery 38
    5 Brandon Ellis 37
    32 Corey Ellis 37
    26 Anthony Miles 36
    12 David Astbury 30
    38 Steven Morris 30
    9 Trent Cotchin 29
    27 Sam Lloyd 24
    11 Jake Batchelor 23
    37 Connor Menadue 17
    23 Kane Lambert 12
    17 Daniel Rioli 11
    20 Ivan Maric 11
    46 Jason Castagna 11

    PORT
    29 Jasper Pittard 61
    40 Aaron Young 52
    41 Brendon Ah Chee 50
    21 Jared Polec 49
    39 Justin Westhoff 48
    5 Matthew Broadbent 44
    33 Darcy Byrne-Jones 43
    7 Brad Ebert 42
    42 Tom Jonas 41
    1 Travis Boak 39
    18 Jimmy Toumpas 37
    22 Charlie Dixon 36
    16 Ollie Wines 36
    36 Jack Hombsch 34
    13 Cam O’Shea 32
    8 Hamish Hartlett 31
    46 Sam Gray 29
    3 Jake Neade 27
    24 Jarman Impey 24
    32 Dougal Howard 22
    48 Nathan Krakouer 21
    14 Paul Stewart 18

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  4. 3QTR TIME

    TIGERS 58 vs PORT 79

    TIGERS
    4 Dustin Martin 105
    6 Shaun Grigg 101
    14 Bachar Houli 81
    5 Brandon Ellis 67
    32 Corey Ellis 67
    8 Jack Riewoldt 66
    3 Brett Deledio 65
    10 Shane Edwards 63
    29 Ty Vickery 63
    16 Shaun Hampson 61
    26 Anthony Miles 52
    38 Steven Morris 52
    9 Trent Cotchin 48
    11 Jake Batchelor 45
    25 Troy Chaplin 45
    12 David Astbury 42
    27 Sam Lloyd 33
    37 Connor Menadue 27
    17 Daniel Rioli 25
    46 Jason Castagna 24
    23 Kane Lambert 12
    20 Ivan Maric 11

    PORT
    29 Jasper Pittard 79
    1 Travis Boak 79
    21 Jared Polec 75
    16 Ollie Wines 71
    24 Jarman Impey 65
    5 Matthew Broadbent 64
    41 Brendon Ah Chee 60
    33 Darcy Byrne-Jones 59
    7 Brad Ebert 57
    22 Charlie Dixon 57
    39 Justin Westhoff 57
    36 Jack Hombsch 56
    40 Aaron Young 55
    46 Sam Gray 53
    13 Cam O’Shea 52
    18 Jimmy Toumpas 48
    48 Nathan Krakouer 48
    8 Hamish Hartlett 47
    42 Tom Jonas 47
    3 Jake Neade 41
    32 Dougal Howard 36
    14 Paul Stewart 26

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  5. Here’s my prediction. Hardwick gets the sack. Ross Lyon and Freo part ways as Freo bring in a ‘rebuilding coach’. Lyon takes over at Richmond. Richmond lose the GF for the next 5 years.

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  6. FULL TIME

    TIGERS 59 vs PORT 94

    TIGERS
    6 Shaun Grigg 129
    4 Dustin Martin 124
    14 Bachar Houli 102
    5 Brandon Ellis 95
    32 Corey Ellis 91
    3 Brett Deledio 86
    10 Shane Edwards 85
    29 Ty Vickery 82
    16 Shaun Hampson 80
    8 Jack Riewoldt 73
    25 Troy Chaplin 73
    12 David Astbury 69
    9 Trent Cotchin 63
    26 Anthony Miles 61
    38 Steven Morris 59
    11 Jake Batchelor 58
    37 Connor Menadue 50
    27 Sam Lloyd 43
    17 Daniel Rioli 37
    46 Jason Castagna 36
    20 Ivan Maric 25
    23 Kane Lambert 13

    PORT
    1 Travis Boak 101
    29 Jasper Pittard 99
    21 Jared Polec 98
    36 Jack Hombsch 91
    22 Charlie Dixon 89
    24 Jarman Impey 86
    39 Justin Westhoff 86
    16 Ollie Wines 84
    41 Brendon Ah Chee 81
    5 Matthew Broadbent 81
    46 Sam Gray 77
    7 Brad Ebert 75
    8 Hamish Hartlett 74
    13 Cam O’Shea 72
    48 Nathan Krakouer 70
    33 Darcy Byrne-Jones 67
    42 Tom Jonas 66
    40 Aaron Young 65
    18 Jimmy Toumpas 64
    3 Jake Neade 50
    32 Dougal Howard 46
    14 Paul Stewart 46

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Game Chat – Richmond v Port Adelaide

Written by Thommo on March 10 2016

Etihad Stadium at 7:10pm.

NAB4

It’s here! NAB4. Real teams with real game plans. Are our guns playing where they should? Are they fit? Which rookies are playing?

So many questions.

Hopefully, so many answers!

SUPERCOACH WATCH

RICHMOND

Guns: Deledio (finally), Martin, Houli and Rance seem to be the most popular at Tigerland

Mid-price: Conca (practically a rookie) and Mr Tackle, Townsend.

Rookies: Rioli, Marcon, Chol, Castagna and Menadue are all chasing that round 1 spot. Who will be cut from the squad?

PORT ADELAIDE

Guns: Gray (both of them), Wines, Wingard and if you want to try something different Hartlett or Ebert

Mid-price: Lobbe, who has fallen out of favour a bit, Pittard and Ah Chee

Rookies: Only Dougal Howard and Darcy Byrne-Jones remain.

Who’s on your watch list?

THE SQUADS

RICHMOND TIGERS

  • 1 Nick Vlastuin
  • 2 Dylan Grimes
  • 3 Brett Deledio
  • 4 Dustin Martin
  • 5 Brandon Ellis
  • 6 Shaun Grigg
  • 7 Ben Lennon
  • 8 Jack Riewoldt
  • 9 Trent Cotchin
  • 10 Shane Edwards
  • 12 David Astbury
  • 14 Bachar Houli
  • 15 Andrew Moore
  • 16 Shaun Hampson
  • 17 Daniel Rioli
  • 18 Alex Rance
  • 21 Jacob Townsend
  • 23 Kane Lambert
  • 24 Ben Griffiths
  • 29 Ty Vickery
  • 30 Reece Conca
  • 33 Kamdyn McIntosh
  • 35 Nathan Broad
  • 37 Connor Menadue
  • 41 Mabior Chol
  • 44 Adam Marcon
  • 46 Jason Castagna

PORT ADELAIDE POWER

  • 1 Travis Boak
  • 3 Jake Neade
  • 5 Matthew Broadbent
  • 7 Brad Ebert
  • 8 Hamish Hartlett
  • 9 Robbie Gray
  • 12 Jackson Trengove
  • 13 Cam O’Shea
  • 15 Karl Amon
  • 16 Ollie Wines
  • 18 Jimmy Toumpas
  • 19 Matthew White
  • 20 Chad Wingard
  • 22 Charlie Dixon
  • 23 Matthew Lobbe
  • 24 Jarman Impey
  • 27 Alipate Carlile
  • 28 Jay Schulz
  • 29 Jasper Pittard
  • 32 Dougal Howard
  • 33 Darcy Byrne-Jones
  • 36 Jack Hombsch
  • 39 Justin Westhoff
  • 40 Aaron Young
  • 41 Brendon Ah Chee
  • 42 Tom Jonas
  • 46 Sam Gray
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  1. Final Teams.

    RICHMOND
    Out: Ben Griffiths, Adam Marcon, Jason Costagna

    PORT ADELAIDE
    Out: Cam O’Shea, Darcy Byrne-Jones, Aaron Young

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  2. Ollie Wines is built like a tank and plays like one too – 19 touches at halftime. Can you squeeze him into your midfield somewhere?
    The two Grays have looked good.
    Bachar Houli playing like Nick Malceski circa 2014.
    Reece Conca might be a sneaky mid-price alternative to Wells in your forward line.
    Lobbe getting dusted up again – if you’ve still got him, you’re not really having a go this year.

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  3. Schwarzwalder is the new kiss of death. Sneak peak of Edwards and bang; broken collar bone.

    Maybe you can review some taggers Schwarzwalder?

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  4. Brad’s notables:
    – HATING the 10m rule and deliberate out of bounds. Very trivial. As Simpson said through the week, are they trying to speed the game up (deliberate out of bounds) or slow the game down (limited interchange). These people are idiots, stop changing rules every forking year! Far too many 50m, maybe re-introduce 15m penalty for these?
    – A firey game with both teams having a go. Hartlett may have a little trouble with a head to head ‘tap’.
    – Ebert had a ripping game and would be a big POD. I had him last year and was really good early in the year.
    – Lobbe has done nothing special against no recognized ruckman, so you would really need to consider
    – Wingard looked a little rusty in I think what is his first game
    – Grey, Grey and Boak all solid
    – Dixon came on the 2nd half and had an impact straight away. Pity we didn’t get to see him earlier, could be an upgrade target later in the year if he goes alright.
    – Wines’ legs are huge, but he was cramping in the quads, which may be a concern early in the season if he need to take a week or 2 to rest.
    – Menadue has shown enough to lock himself into my team
    – Townsend looks very much a gun in the making and obviously enjoys being physical in the same way Dusty goes about it. KO’d in the 3rd qtr with a bad tackle attempt. 11 possies with 10 contested.
    – Edwards looks like he has a shoulder injury and will miss for a bit. Broken collar bone being reported.
    – Cotchin sparked up in the 2nd half
    – JRoo might be one key position forward that could be consider, but most people have already got Dids and Martin, so probably not. BTW, Delidio only played the 1st half.
    – Dustin Martin played well in light of his father being arrested and deported this morning.
    – Houli 20+ posies and played well.
    – Richmond played the last with 17 players on the field. Menadue wanted to come off with 10 mins still to play but got told to go stand FF. Actually, the last 10 mins were a farce as Hardwick was just pulling players off. Not sure how this will effect SC scores, hopefully they put the stats book away early…

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  5. Injuries to Edwards (broken collarbone), Conca (hamstring), Grigg (finger), Townsend (concussion) & Menadue (corked hip/thigh)…….what a shocking night!

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  6. STATS OF NOTE – FULL TIME

    RICH
    Houli – 27 touches (24 kicks)
    Riewoldt – 17 touches & two goals
    Rance – 20 touches (9 clangers)
    Cotchin – 17 touches (5 clangers)
    Deledio – 11 touches (played first half only)

    PORT
    S.Gray – 28 touches & a goal
    Ah Chee – 24 touches & a goal
    Wines – 26 touches (15 contested)
    R.Gray – 19 touches & two goals
    Boak – 17 touches (11 cont.)
    Wingard – 14 touches & two goals (only 50%DE)

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  7. Geez I know it was the Final NAB game, Tigers playing it like an actual final. All their guns nowhere to be seen.

    In all seriousness should have quit at 3/4 time, no one wants to see a team of injured players still having to go for it. Piss poor by Captain Cotchin sitting on the bench being “managed” watching the kids get mangled. I’d be pretty upset if the captain of my club did that.

    Sam Gray looking the goods starting in the middle quite a bit. Be mindful Boak only started centre for 1 bounce the entire game. Lock Ollie away boys and save yourself 90k over the Priddis/JPK types, in for a big year.

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  8. FULL TIME SCORES

    RICHMOND

    Brandon Ellis 116

    Jack Riewoldt 102

    Nick Vlastuin 96

    Alex Rance 93

    Bachar Houli 92

    Ty Vickery 91

    Kamdyn McIntosh 89

    David Astbury 81

    Dylan Grimes 74

    Andrew Moore 72

    Shaun Hampson 71

    Trent Cotchin 68

    Nathan Broad 66

    Connor Menadue 65

    Kane Lambert 64

    Reece Conca 61

    Brett Deledio 60

    Ben Lennon 53

    Daniel Rioli 49

    Jacob Townsend 46

    Shaun Grigg 36

    Dustin Martin 35

    Shane Edwards 3

    Mabior Chol 2

    PORT ADELAIDE

    Sam Gray 118

    Robbie Gray 109

    Brendon Ah Chee 107

    Ollie Wines 104

    Jack Hombsch 90

    Chad Wingard 89

    Justin Westhoff 87

    Matthew Broadbent 86

    Travis Boak 83

    Jake Neade 81

    Jay Schulz 76

    Matthew Lobbe 73

    Brad Ebert 73

    Alipate Carlile 67

    Jasper Pittard 64

    Hamish Hartlett 62

    Jimmy Toumpas 59

    Tom Jonas 53

    Jarman Impey 52

    Jackson Trengove 44

    Dougal Howard 42

    Karl Amon 39

    Charlie Dixon 29

    Matthew White 21

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  9. Thought Conca looked good despite a couple free kicks given away, 60pts 54% game time, yet another low-mid price option down back

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  10. Lobbe. Not low enough to totally discount him, not enough to get excited about.

    I’ve already made my mind up last week…

    Bad luck to Jacob Townsend who was looking like a bit of a pickup. Might work out well for us supercoaches.

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