Game Chat – Richmond vs Hawthorn

Written by Huttabito on August 6 2017

Venue: MCG, 3:20pm AEST

LAST FIVE MEETINGS
R18, 2016, Hawthorn 16.18 (114) d Richmond 5.14 (44) at the MCG
R7, 2016, Hawthorn 21.10 (136) d Richmond 13.12 (90) at the MCG
R18, 2015, Richmond 10.11 (71) d Hawthorn 7.11 (53) at the MCG
R6, 2014, Hawthorn 18.10 (118) d Richmond 7.10 (52) at the MCG
R19, 2013, Richmond 16.11 (107) d Hawthorn 9.12 (66) at the MCG

Game notes: The Tigers could end the Hawks’ finals charge once and for all on Sunday and every September-bound team will be watching in anticipation. Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson has manufactured a magnificent revival from 1-5, throwing the magnets around and getting the best out of Jack Gunston, James Sicily and Taylor Duryea in new roles. But with eight wins and one draw, his team must win its remaining four games to stay in the hunt. Richmond (12-6) sits fourth and starts round 20 with a one-match buffer to protect. The Tigers have structural issues in attack they are dealing with, but have won three matches on the trot. Damien Hardwick’s men are winning ugly when they need to, with superstar midfielder – and new Brownlow Medal favourite – Dustin Martin in unrivalled form after his 11th game this season with 30 possessions or more against the Suns in round 19.

Hutta’s Tip: Richmond by 15 points.

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5 thoughts on “Game Chat – Richmond vs Hawthorn”

  1. HALF TIME

    Richmond 6.8.44
    Hawthorn 2.5.17

    RICHMOND
    D. Prestia 61
    K. Lambert 60
    D. Astbury 58
    J. Caddy 57
    S. Edwards 55
    D. Rioli 55
    D. Butler 54
    D. Martin 49
    T. Cotchin 46
    C. Ellis 45
    A. Rance 41
    T. Nankervis 40
    S. Grigg 37
    N. Broad 35
    K. McIntosh 33
    A. Miles 33
    I. Soldo 30
    N. Vlastuin 24
    D. Grimes 24
    B. Ellis 23
    J. Castagna 20
    B. Houli 14

    HAWTHORN
    J. Sicily 77
    T. Mitchell 71
    J. Gunston 53
    D. Howe 49
    I. Smith 49
    R. Burton 45
    T. Miles 40
    B. McEvoy 38
    R. Henderson 33
    L. Shiels 31
    W. Langford 31
    S. Burgoyne 29
    B. Hartung 29
    T. O’Brien 27
    L. Breust 27
    B. Hardwick 27
    B. Whitecross 25
    J. Roughead 23
    R. Schoenmakers 18
    K. Brand 13
    T. Duryea 12
    C. Glass 9

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    Richmond 13.15.93
    defeated
    Hawthorn 9.10.64

    RICHMOND
    J. Caddy 137
    D. Prestia 127
    D. Martin 119
    K. Lambert 119
    D. Rioli 100
    D. Astbury 93
    S. Edwards 91
    A. Rance 86
    T. Nankervis 84
    D. Butler 84
    T. Cotchin 81
    C. Ellis 74
    N. Broad 73
    S. Grigg 71
    B. Ellis 65
    K. McIntosh 63
    D. Grimes 54
    A. Miles 53
    N. Vlastuin 52
    B. Houli 51
    I. Soldo 50
    J. Castagna 45

    HAWTHORN
    J. Sicily 130
    T. Mitchell 129
    J. Gunston 95
    L. Breust 94
    R. Burton 93
    D. Howe 89
    I. Smith 83
    T. Miles 80
    J. Roughead 78
    B. McEvoy 72
    S. Burgoyne 69
    B. Hartung 68
    L. Shiels 58
    R. Henderson 51
    T. O’Brien 48
    B. Whitecross 48
    B. Hardwick 48
    R. Schoenmakers 47
    W. Langford 45
    C. Glass 40
    T. Duryea 32
    K. Brand 31

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  3. So proud of the Tiger boys right now, playing some exciting football! Huge game against the Cats next week but we’ll give it a shake…..

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    1. My best mate is just about ready to book his flights to Melbourne and boycott his sisters wedding which is on the grand final weekend!

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