Scoreboard Sweep: AFLW

FOR those just wanting the basics, we bring you a new piece at the end of each round of football, Scoreboard Sweep which recaps the scores and key dot points in each game ahead of our weekly weekend wash-up tomorrow.

AFL Women’s:

Geelong 3.6 (24) defeated Collingwood 3.5 (23)
Adelaide 1.11 (17) defeated by Western Bulldogs 2.6 (18)
North Melbourne 7.10 (52) defeated Carlton 2.4 (16)
Melbourne 8.7 (55) defeated by Fremantle 9.5 (59)
Brisbane 4.5 (29) defeated GWS GIANTS 4.3 (27)

  • Cats celebrate inaugural victory in a one-point thriller in front of home fans at GMHBA Stadium.
  • Nina Morrison the biggest ball-winner with 22 disposals and eight tackles, leading a number of young stars who turned it on under lights.
  • Pies’ highlights included a run-down tackle by draftee, Jordyn Allen, and a terrific dribbling goal from Jaimee Lambert.
  • Crows’ inaccuracy hurts as quick goals before half-time see Dogs’ home.
  • Katie Brennan‘s intercept mark and goal in second quarter, and Eloise Jones‘ back-with-the-flight mark among the highlights.
  • Ebony Marinoff puts in a vintage defensive display with 11 tackles to go with her 24 touches, in the loss.
  • North far too good in competitions statement win over Blues in first AFL Women’s game, in Hobart.
  • Emma King plays a blinder with two goals and more than 200 AFL Fantasy points.
  • Tayla Harris takes a huge hanger to give Blues fans something to smiles about.
  • Melbourne boot 5.4 to 0.0 in the third term to come from 20 points down at half-time to lead by 14 points at the final break, only for the Dockers to boot the last three goals of the game to celebrate their first interstate win.
  • Eden Zanker and Tegan Cunningham look to be an ominous key forward duo, while Ashley Sharp and Sabreena Duffy looked dangerous up forward.
  • Kiara Bowers has a round-high 12 tackles on debut, also collecting 13 disposals and two marks and the match-winning goal.
  • Both GIANTS and Lions struggled to take charge of the game, with both sides only managing to get seven points ahead in the tight contest.
  • Jess Wuetschner starred kicking three goals, while Emily Bates and Alexandra Anderson finished with 21 disposals apiece.
  • Cora Staunton and Emma Swanson were dominant for the visitors, collecting a combined 30 disposals and five marks in the tough slog, while debutant Alyce Parker also had 18 touches.

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