Game Chat – Sydney v GWS

Written by Thommo on April 22 2017

Venue: SCG at 7:25pm AEST

LAST FIVE MEETINGS

2QF, 2016, GWS 12.19 (91) d Sydney Swans 7.13 (55) at ANZ Stadium
R12, 2016, GWS 15.15 (105) d Sydney Swans 9.9 (63) at Spotless Stadium
R3, 2016, Sydney Swans 14.9 (93) d GWS 10.8 (68) at the SCG
R21, 2015, Sydney Swans 20.13 (133) d GWS 6.8 (44) at Spotless Stadium
R3, 2015, Sydney Swans 16.15 (111) d GWS 12.18 (90) at the SCG

Game notes: The stakes are always high for any Sydney derby, but with the Swans win-less for the season and the Giants flying, this will be a must-watch fixture on Saturday night. Another loss and it will be the first time since 1993 that the Swans have started 0-5, a year they went through three senior coaches by round seven and won just one game on their way to capturing the wooden spoon. GWS has beaten their cross-town rivals in the past two match-ups, with last year’s qualifying final at ANZ Stadium just about the biggest win in the club’s short history. With so many guns in form all over the ground the Giants will be tough to beat but the smaller SCG suits the home side, and with so much on the line, the Swans can never be counted out, especially if they can regain some injured stars for the crucial clash.

Thommo’s Tip: GWS by 14 points.

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21 thoughts on “Game Chat – Sydney v GWS”

  1. Didn’t think I wouldn’t want Newman playing but I really hope he isn’t a late inclusion or I lose hamptons ton.

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  2. Sydney v Greater Western Sydney at the SCG, 7.25pm AEST

    NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Sydney: Jordan Foote, Will Hayward, Kieren Jack, George Hewett
    Greater Western Sydney: Matthew Kennedy, Nathan Wilson, Adam Kennedy, Sam Reid

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  3. 1/4 Time

    Sydney 4.1.25
    trail
    GWS 5.5.35

    SYDNEY
    D. Hannebery 41
    Z. Jones 33
    K. Tippett 32
    G. Hewett 25
    J. Kennedy 24
    L. Parker 19
    S. Reid 18
    T. Papley 17
    L. Franklin 16
    H. Grundy 16
    C. Sinclair 15
    G. Rohan 15
    C. Mills 11
    H. Marsh 11
    H. Cunningham 11
    I. Heeney 10
    J. Lloyd 9
    N. Smith 8
    L. Melican 7
    K. Jack 6
    J. Foote 3
    W. Hayward 2

    GWS
    J. Cameron 55
    J. Kelly 45
    T. Greene 35
    N. Haynes 33
    D. Smith 31
    Z. Williams 26
    T. Scully 24
    H. Shaw 22
    J. Patton 21
    P. Davis 20
    C. Ward 20
    R. Lobb 20
    S. Johnson 19
    M. Kennedy 18
    A. Tomlinson 16
    D. Shiel 16
    S. Mumford 15
    S. Reid 12
    N. Wilson 9
    A. Corr 8
    A. Kennedy 5
    J. Hopper 4

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      1. I really shouldn’t have brought him in at the start of round 3. I knew his scoring would revert to the mean somewhat, but I didn’t think it would swing this badly.

        Of course, I have no doubt that he’ll prove to be a fine selection long-term, but bringing him in when I did was perhaps not the best use of resources.

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  4. 1/2 TIME

    Sydney 4.4.28
    trail
    GWS 9.6.60

    Sydney
    Z. Jones 73
    H. Grundy 52
    S. Reid 52
    D. Hannebery 52
    K. Tippett 43
    H. Cunnington 40
    H. Marsh 40
    L. Parker 39
    J. Kennedy 37
    C. Sinclair 34
    L. Melican 32
    J. Lloyd 31
    I. Heeney 30
    G. Hewett 30
    K. Jack 25
    L. Franklin 21
    C. Mills 21
    N. Smith 20
    T. Papley 19
    G. Rohan 18
    J. Foote 12
    W. Hayward 6

    GWS
    T. Greene 74
    J. Cameron 68
    S. Mumford 56
    J. Kelly 55
    C. Ward 54
    Z. Williams 54
    T. Scully 52
    D. Smith 51
    P. Davis 50
    N. Haynes 50
    H. Shaw 47
    R. Lobb 41
    A. Tomlinson 41
    S. Reid 36
    D. Shiel 33
    M. Kennedy 32
    J. Patton 30
    S. Johnson 29
    A. Corr 21
    N. Wilson 18
    A. Kennedy 17
    J. Hopper 11

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  5. 3/4 TIME

    Sydney 8.7.55
    trail
    GWS 11.11.77

    SYDNEY
    D. Hannebery 94
    Z. Jones 94
    S. Reid 75
    L. Parker 71
    J. Kennedy 67
    C. Mills 62
    L. Melican 62
    J. Lloyd 59
    H. Grundy 58
    I. Heeney 56
    H. Cunningham 55
    C. Sinclair 55
    K. Tippett 50
    H. Marsh 49
    L. Franklin 48
    G. Hewett 45
    G. Rohan 39
    K. Jack 34
    N. Smith 33
    T. Papley 26
    J. Foote 25
    W. Hayward 16

    GWS
    J. Cameron 102
    T. Greene 96
    S. Mumford 94
    T. Scully 78
    C. Ward 77
    J. Kelly 72
    Z. Williams 68
    N. Haynes 66
    D. Smith 65
    H. Shaw 62
    A. Tomlinson 62
    P. Davis 61
    M. Kennedy 56
    S. Reid 47
    R. Lobb 45
    D. Shiel 44
    A. Corr 41
    J. Patton 39
    J. Hopper 35
    N. Wilson 33
    S. Johnson 32
    A. Kennedy 28

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  6. FULL TIME

    Sydney 9.9.63
    defeated by
    GWS 15.15.105

    SYDNEY (Pre-scaling)
    Z. Jones 114
    D. Hannebery 112
    C. Mills 94
    J. Kennedy 90
    S. Reid 89
    J. Lloyd 84
    L. Parker 81
    H. Cunningham 76
    I. Heeney 72
    H. Grundy 70
    L. Melican 68
    L. Franklin 67
    C. Sinclair 67
    G. Hewett 62
    H. Marsh 60
    G. Rohan 54
    K. Tippett 54
    N. Smith 42
    K. Jack 35
    J. Foote 33
    T. Papley 27
    W. Hayward 20

    GWS (Pre-scaling)
    J. Cameron 139
    S. Mumford 126
    T. Greene 118
    C. Ward 100
    J. Kelly 96
    Z. Williams 96
    D. Smith 93
    T. Scully 93
    H. Shaw 92
    N. Haynes 89
    S. Reid 77
    M. Kennedy 77
    D. Shiel 75
    A. Tomlinson 73
    P. Davis 70
    J. Hopper 66
    R. Lobb 61
    N. Wilson 54
    J. Patton 54
    S. Johnson 52
    A. Corr 48
    A. Kennedy 47

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