Game Chat – GWS vs Richmond

Written by Huttabito on July 14 2018

WHERE AND WHEN: Spotless Stadium, Saturday, July 14, 7.20pm AEST

The Giants’ disappointing loss to West Coast snapped a four-game winning streak and saw them drop the four places they climbed last week, sending them back to 10th on the ladder. They now welcome the rampaging Tigers to Spotless Stadium on Saturday night, with the premiers a game and percentage clear in top spot. Richmond’s only three losses this season have come on the road, giving the home side some hope, but its form has been exceptional over the past three weeks. The Giants kicked themselves out of the contest against the Eagles while their onballers were also well beaten, so the likes of Stephen Coniglio, Callan Ward, Josh Kelly and Dylan Shiel will be keen to take a big scalp in the Tigers, who are ranked 17th for clearances this season. With Kane Lambert, Dustin Martin, Trent Cotchin and Shane Edwards all in brilliant touch, the midfield battle will be one to watch.

2PF, 2017, Richmond 15.13 (103) d Giants 9.13 (67) at the MCG
R18, 2017, Richmond 9.10 (64) d Giants 6.9 (45) at the MCG
R9, 2017, Giants 11.12 (78) d Richmond 10.15 (75) at Spotless
R19, 2016, Giants 17.9 (111) d Richmond 3.5 (23) at UNSW Canberra Oval
R14, 2015, Richmond 10.18 (78) d Giants 10.9 (69) at the MCG

Hutta’s Tip:  Richmond by 30 points

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9 thoughts on “Game Chat – GWS vs Richmond”


    Greater Western Sydney: Toby Greene, Tim Taranto, Adam Tomlinson, Adam Kennedy
    Richmond: Bachar Houli, Jack Higgins, Shai Bolton, Corey Ellis


  2. Gee, Richmond get a run with the umps. They seem to just throw the ball out.

    Also, has Cotch got a problem with a leg trip on Ward?


  3. Coniglio has patches where he absolutely dominates then goes missing for large periods of the game. Had about 5 points that last quarter to finish of 89 🙁


    1. Cogs is as frustrating as the Hoff. Both seem to score 80% of their total points in the first quarter and a half!



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