Game Chat – Richmond vs Fremantle

Written by Huttabito on May 14 2017

Venue: MCG at 1:10pm AEST

Last Time They Met:

R9, 2016, Richmond 11.17 (83) d Fremantle 6.9 (45) at Domain Stadium
R17, 2015, Fremantle 12.10 (82) d Richmond 10.18 (78) at the MCG
R10, 2015, Richmond 15.7 (97) d Fremantle 10.10 (70) at Domain Stadium
R13, 2014, Fremantle 16.9 (105) d Richmond 12.13 (85) at the MCG
R17, 2013, Richmond 12.12 (84) d Fremantle 8.9 (57) at the MCG

Game Notes:

Back-to-back losses and an extensive injury list have Richmond on unsteady ground for the first time this season as the glow of a 5-0 start begins to fade. The Tigers are still playing good football and they could easily have walked away with the four points in a thrilling five-point loss to the Western Bulldogs in round seven. But they didn’t, despite holding a 32-point lead in the second quarter, and they won’t be at full strength against a Fremantle team that has turned its season around. While the Tigers’ success this year has been based on a new attacking game style, the Dockers’ has been built around youth. Ross Lyon’s men have won four of their past five games, their latest an impressive 37-point win against Essendon at Domain Stadium. Three of those four wins have come at home, making Sunday’s match at the MCG a significant test of their progress, as well as Richmond’s.

Huttabito’s Tip: Fremantle by 10 points

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  1. Richmond v Fremantle at the MCG, 1.10pm AEST

    NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Richmond: Brandon Ellis, Shane Edwards, Jake Batchelor, Daniel Rioli
    Fremantle: Michael Walters, Ethan Hughes, Darcy Tucker, Matt Taberner

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  2. HALFTIME…Freo 36 lead Richmond 31

    Bradley Hill 67
    Michael Walters 66
    Lachie Neale 59
    Nat Fyfe 54
    Joel Hamling 48
    Shane Kersten 48
    David Mundy 45
    Ethan Hughes 44
    Connor Blakely 43
    Aaron Sandilands 41
    Ed Langdon 41
    Danyle Pearce 40
    Darcy Tucker 39
    Cameron McCarthy 39
    Lachlan Weller 38
    Hayden Crozier 37
    Michael Johnson 35
    Cameron Sutcliffe 34
    Lee Spurr 32
    Garrick Ibbotson 31
    Matt Taberner 29
    Brady Grey 27

    Dustin Martin 66
    Alex Rance 63
    Trent Cotchin 59
    David Astbury 49
    Brandon Ellis 43
    Jayden Short 41
    Josh Caddy 38
    Kamdyn McIntosh 38
    Jack Riewoldt 38
    Dylan Grimes 37
    Kane Lambert 35
    Shaun Grigg 35
    Daniel Rioli 32
    Jake Batchelor 25
    Jason Castagna 24
    Toby Nankervis 24
    Bachar Houli 23
    Corey Ellis 21
    Shane Edwards 21
    Daniel Butler 17
    Oleg Markov 16
    Todd Elton 13

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  3. 3QT….Freo 65 lead Richmond 35

    A Rance 92
    D Martin 76
    T Cotchin 73
    D Astbury 56
    J Caddy 53
    D Grimes 53
    B Houli 52
    J Riewoldt 51
    S Grigg 51
    K Mcintosh 51
    B Ellis 50
    K Lambert 49
    J Short 47
    J Batchelor 44
    D Rioli 37
    T Nankervis 36
    J Castagna 35
    S Edwards 35
    C Ellis 35
    D Butler 27
    T Elton 20
    O Markov 19

    M Walters 112
    B Hill 91
    N Fyfe 83
    S Kersten 80
    L Neale 75
    D Mundy 74
    C Blakely 72
    C McCarthy 69
    C Sutcliffe 67
    J Hamling 66
    A Sandilands 66
    D Pearce 65
    M Johnson 59
    L Weller 58
    E Langdon 56
    L Spurr 56
    H Crozier 54
    E Hughes 51
    M Taberner 48
    B Grey 44
    G Ibbotson 42
    D Tucker 42

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  4. Freo nearly blow it, but Mundy gets them home after the siren!
    Fremantle 72
    Richmond 70

    Alex Rance 107
    Dustin Martin 106
    Toby Nankervis 94
    Josh Caddy 92
    Jack Riewoldt 89
    Trent Cotchin 88
    Shaun Grigg 86
    Brandon Ellis 84
    Shane Edwards 80
    Kamdyn Mcintosh 78
    Dylan Grimes 68
    Kane Lambert 68
    Bachar Houli 66
    David Astbury 65
    Daniel Rioli 64
    Jayden Short 52
    Jake Batchelor 47
    Corey Ellis 40
    Jason Castagna 39
    Daniel Butler 36
    Todd Elton 21
    Oleg Markov 18

    Michael Walters 133
    Lachie Neale 131
    Bradley Hill 109
    Aaron Sandilands 104
    Connor Blakely 104
    Michael Johnson 102
    Nathan Fyfe 101
    David Mundy 97
    Danyle Pearce 86
    Joel Hamling 81
    Shane Kersten 79
    Lee Spurr 78
    Ed Langdon 76
    Lachlan Weller 71
    Cameron Sutcliffe 69
    Cameron McCarthy 67
    Matthew Taberner 65
    Ethan Hughes 64
    Brady Grey 55
    Darcy Tucker 53
    Hayden Crozier 46
    Garrick Ibbotson 38

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  5. Finally done something right. Went Neale over Bontempeli. Neale andNank had 50 plus last quarters. Tons also forSandi and Fyfe. Happy days.

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  6. Was considering a sob story after bringing in Pendles and Parsons last week then bringing in Nank this week , but his last quarter redeemed him. I think Butler is done though.

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  7. Holy Smokes. Got in from Mothers Day festivities to catch the last quarter.

    Wow we were bad that last quarter. If we aren’t last minute specialists this year i don’t know what we are.

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  8. We played well for 3 Quarters Hutta.

    Walters+ Hill playing midfield. Could become SC relevant as we can pick them as forwards.

    Got to love the ball in Mundys hands after the siren.

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