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Beginnings: Geelong Football Club, nicknamed The Cats, are an Australian rules football club named after and reigning from the city of Greater Geelong. Playing in the AFL (Australian Football League), the club has been VFL/AFL premiers eight times. EST: 1859.

  • * Record Attendance: 49,109 on 30 August 1952: Geelong 10.17 (77); Carlton 3.14 (32)
  • * Most Games: 325 by Ian Nankervis 1967-1983
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 109,396 for 1967 grand final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
2 Geelong 22 17 5 0 2235 1554 143.8 68

Menegola delighted with new deal

News Update: 4 re-signings Cats Media spoke to Sam Menegola, one of four players to re-sign with the club.

AFL 2017 Round 10 - Geelong v Port Adelaide

Sam Menegola has established himself in the Cats' AFL side in recent weeks

Sam Menegola has praised Geelong for showing faith in him and three of the club's other emerging talents.

Menegola, Brandan Parfitt, Nakia Cockatoo and James Parsons all signed new contracts with the Cats on Thursday.

Parfitt and Cockatoo are now tied to the club until the end of the 2019 season, while Menegola and Parsons are locked in until the end of Geelong's 2020 campaign.

"Really excited," Menegola said at Simonds Stadium on Friday morning. "And I think I can probably speak for Parf and Cocky and Parso as well. 

"We all love playing footy at Geelong, so obviously to have that stability and know we're going to be doing it for at least a few more years is really exciting for us all.

"The support...

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Freo loses Fyfe for Cats clash

AFL 2017 Round 12 - Brisbane v Fremantle

Nat Fyfe has been withdrawn from side to play Geelong

FREMANTLE superstar Nat Fyfe will miss Sunday's clash against Geelong at Simonds Stadium with a bruised sternum after being withdrawn from the Dockers' 25-man squad on Friday afternoon.

Fyfe has been replaced in the extended squad by defender Cam Sutcliffe, with the Dockers to trim their squad to 22 at 5pm AEST on Friday.

The decision to withdraw Fyfe from the squad was made after the team's training session on Friday.

"The medical advice was that Nat be ruled out this week," football manager Chris Bond said in a club statement.

"We will monitor Nat throughout next week before making a final decision but we believe he will be right to play in the St Kilda game."

Fremantle had a bye in round 13 and last played on June 10, losing to the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba, with Fyfe gathering 18 possessions and kicking two goals in a...

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Cats confirm round 14 side

AFL 2017 Round 11 - Geelong v Adelaide

Tom Hawkins is back for the Cats

Geelong has finalised its 22-man team to play Fremantle at Simonds Stadium on Sunday.

Sunday, June 25

Geelong v Fremantle at Simonds Stadium, 1.10pm AEST

In: T.Hawkins, M.Blicavs, G.Horlin-Smith, J.Cunico
Out: N.Cockatoo (hamstring), L. Henderson (groin), Z. Smith (omitted), J. Murdoch (omitted)

In: H.Ballantyne, N.Suban, J.Deluca, G.Logue, S.Darcy 
Out: C. Sutcliffe (omitted), N. Fyfe (bruised sternum), S. Collins (omitted), J. Griffin (calf), Brady Grey (hamstring)
New: Josh Deluca (Subiaco), Sean Darcy (Geelong U18s) 


Backs: Andrew Mackie, Tom Lonergan, Zach Tuohy

Half-backs: Tom Stewart, Jake Kolodjashnij, Mark Blicavs

Centres: Mitch Duncan, Joel Selwood, Cameron Guthrie

Half-forwards: Sam Menegola, Harry Taylor, James Parsons

Forwards: Steven Motlop, Tom Hawkins, Daniel Menzel

Followers: Rhys Stanley, Scott Selwood,...

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Storylines: round 14

AFL 2017 Round 01 - Fremantle v Geelong

Joel Selwood led from the front in round one against Fremantle

The Cats return to Victoria and their home at Simonds Stadium having dropped a winnable game away to West Coast in Perth last week.

Now facing Fremantle, Cats Media has identified three points of interest to follow: 

Tails between the legs

Both the Cats and Dockers come into round 14 on the back of disappointing losses.

Fremantle was embarrassed to the tune of 57 points by a Lions outfit looking likely to claim this year’s wooden spoon, while Geelong seemed on top of the world having beaten the ladder-leading Crows in round 11, only to crash back down to earth with a poor showing against the Eagles last week.

Despite their seasons currently looking worlds apart, these two clubs have points to prove on Sunday afternoon.

AFL 2017 Round 13 - West Coast v Geelong

The Hawk rises again

Tom Hawkins sat out through suspension against West Coast and there’s no...

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AFLX on its way

AFL 2017 Media - AFL Excecutive Announcement

AFL executive Simon Lethlean

THE AFL is planning to launch its version of cricket’s Twenty20, with a series of matches involving non-finalists in September this year.

Under the proposal, the Saturday after round 23 - when the top eight teams are given the bye - would be set aside to launch AFLX, a fast-paced, scaled-down version of traditional football.

The AFL recently alerted clubs to its plans, and on Thursday night confirmed its September launch hopes for the radical concept.

"We are currently investigating the opportunity of using the Saturday of the bye round to showcase AFLX via the best players from teams which have missed the finals," AFL football operations manager Simon Lethlean told The Footy Show.

"We are exploring this with the clubs, and have contemplated incentives to play and prize money.

"We are very excited about AFLX.

"It’s a fast-paced, high octane version of...

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Gary Ablett Jnr's career in numbers

300 for Gaz junior Watch the brilliant highlight reel of Gary Ablett as a Cat and a Sun

IT WOULD be daunting to carry the moniker 'son of God' without having played an AFL game. 

But Gary Ablett jnr has cemented his own place in football folklore, playing his way out of his father's shadow to win two Brownlows. 

One of the greatest players of his generation, Ablett is on the verge of becoming the 'best and fairest player' to reach 300 games. 

The 33-year-old will have the highest total of Brownlow votes of any player in their 300th game when he takes the field for the Suns against St Kilda on Sunday afternoon. 

The midfield master was a key component of Geelong's 2007 and 2009 premierships, before famously moving to Gold Coast for its inaugural season in 2011.

A hard-earned 300

Ablett played his 250th game in round 20, 2013, having raced to the milestone in 12 seasons from a...

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Be wary of ticket resellers

AFL 2017 Round 09 - Geelong v Western Bulldogs

Demand for tickets at Simonds Stadium games is high

With a number of blockbuster games still to come at Simonds Stadium in 2017, demand for tickets is high.

With this in mind, the Cats strongly encourage all our members and supporters to purchase their tickets via our official ticketing partner: ticketmaster.com.au.

There are a number of unofficial online sites providing a secondary marketplace for consumers to resell tickets at prices above or below the official/original ticket price.

Under current legislation in Victoria we are unable to restrict this practice online.

Tickets purchased through secondary market sites such as eBAY and Viagogo can be sold multiple times without restriction and therefore entry cannot be guaranteed at the gate on match-day.

Event staff may be unable to assist patrons that have purchased tickets through a secondary online site which are being rejected...

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Simon Lloyd among graduates from coaching course

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Geelong's director of coaching, Simon Lloyd

THE AFL'S next wave of senior coaches have received formal recognition, with a graduation ceremony held for the inaugural group of Level Four coaches on Wednesday evening.

The seven-man group, which included Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin, were recognised with the highest accreditation for potential AFL coaches after an extensive two-year course. 

The other graduates were John Barker (Carlton), Stuart Dew (Sydney), Robert Harvey (Collingwood), Adam Kingsley (St Kilda), Simon Lloyd (Geelong) and Matthew Nicks (Port Adelaide). 

AFL football operations manager Simon Lethlean said the program had focused on a one-on-one mentoring program with the aim to develop personal and coaching skills. 

Mentors included former Melbourne coach Neale Daniher and international coaches John Buchanan (cricket), Lisa Alexander (netball) and Ric Charlesworth...

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Cats name round 14 side

AFL 2017 Round 10 - Geelong v Port Adelaide

Mark Blicavs returns after a week off due to knee soreness

Geelong has named its 25-man squad for Sunday's 'Just Think'-themed game Fremantle at Simonds Stadium.

READ: What the Just Think campaign is all about

Tom Hawkins returns from suspension, while Mark Blicavs is back after a week off due to knee soreness.

George Horlin-Smith and Jordan Cunico are also in the squad, although both have been named on the extended bench.

Scott Selwood, who has been battling hamstring soreness, is also among the players named on the extended bench.

The Cats will name their final 22-man squad for the game at 5pm on Friday evening.

Sunday, June 25

Geelong v Fremantle at Simonds Stadium, 1.10pm AEST

In: T.Hawkins, M.Blicavs, G.Horlin-Smith, J.Cunico
Out: N.Cockatoo (hamstring)

In: H.Ballantyne, N.Suban, J.Deluca, E.Hughes, G.Logue, S.Darcy 
Out: J.Griffin (calf), B.Grey (hamstring),...

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Future four commit to Cats

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Sam Menegola, James Parsons, Nakia Cockatoo and Brandan Parfitt

Geelong has secured the signatures of four emerging talents, with Sam Menegola, Nakia Cockatoo, James Parsons and Brandan Parfitt recommitting to the club.

Menegola and Parsons have signed three-year deals with the Cats, which will keep the duo at the club until at least the end of 2020.

Cockatoo has signed a two-year deal until the end of 2019 and Brandan Parfitt, a one-year extension on his current contract, also taking him to the end of 2019.

Menegola, who was selected by the Cats in the 2015 AFL draft, has impressed over his 17 senior games in the blue and white.

After four combined years at both Hawthorn and Fremantle, the 25-year-old midfielder debuted in round 18, 2016 and went on to play in Geelong’s finals series last year.

Cockatoo put pen to paper on a deal which secures the 20-year-old for two more...

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Enemy Camp: Dockers to bring back Ballantyne

AFL 2017 Portraits - Fremantle

Hayden Ballantyne will return to face the Cats

HAYDEN Ballantyne is set for a make-or-break return to senior football, with Fremantle preparing to pull the trigger on the feisty small forward's comeback from injury against bitter rivals Geelong.

Meanwhile, giant ruckman Aaron Sandilands will be given until the last minute to prove his fitness and face the Cats after battling hamstring tendon inflammation.

Match preview: Geelong v Fremantle

Ballantyne has not played AFL this season after ripping a hamstring tendon in the final JLT Community Series game and breaking down again in his comeback game for Peel a month ago. 

But this time the 141-game veteran is set to come directly into the Dockers' line-up for the daunting trip to face Geelong, replacing tenacious forward Brady Grey (hamstring). 

"I think he deserves that," coach Ross Lyon said.

"We know how hard he trains. He really...

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Cocky needs to know his body better: Scott

Chris Scott press conf Chris Scott speaks to the media ahead of the clash with Fremantle

AFL 2017 Round 09 - Geelong v Western Bulldogs

Nakia Cockatoo has had a number of injury problems this season

NAKIA Cockatoo's recent run of injuries will give him the experience an elite athlete needs to better read the cues his body gives him, says Geelong coach Chris Scott.

The 20-year-old was unable to play past quarter-time for the second time in the past five weeks last Thursday night after injuring his hamstring against West Coast.

Although the injury was minor, it left the Cats one man down for most of the game. Cockatoo played only 15 minutes against the Eagles, while in round 10 against the Western Bulldogs, he managed just 17 minutes.

Cockatoo will miss this Sunday's game against Fremantle, and Scott said he would need to be "absolutely, categorically right" next time to minimise the chances of suffering a hamstring strain early...

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AFL and Players' Association sign new pay deal

AFL 2017 Media - AFLPA and AFL Press Conference

AFLPA president Matthew Pavlich and AFL chairman Richard Goyder sign the new pay deal

AFL PLAYERS will receive a 20 per cent pay rise this year after a new $1.84 billion dollar, six-year pay deal was announced in Adelaide on Tuesday afternoon. 

The bumper pay rise lifts the average player wage from $309,000 to $371,000 and the player salary cap from $10.37m to $12.45m.

In 2022, the final year of the agreement, the average player wage will be $389,000 with a salary cap of $13.54m.  

The 20 per cent figure, first reported by AFL.com.au in March, will be followed by rises of 1.2 per cent (2018), 1.3 per cent (2019) and two 2 per cent in 2020, 2021 and 2022. 

The deal was voted on by the players on Tuesday afternoon and signed off by AFL Players Association CEO Paul Marsh with overwhelming support of the League's 850 players.

AFL chairman Richard Goyder declared the historic six-year...

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Hall of Fame: Blight a Legend

Former Geelong coach Malcolm Blight has been elevated to Legend status in the Australian Football Hall of Fame.

The Magarey and Brownlow Medallist is the first addition to the exclusive club since Sydney and St Kilda great Tony Lockett in 2015.

A champion footballer with North Melbourne (444 goals in 178 games) and Woodville (359 goals in 163 games), Blight completed his legacy as a coach, leading Adelaide to back-to-back premierships in 1997 and 1998.

Destructive forward Barry Hall, Adelaide dual premiership winner Simon Goodwin and North Melbourne midfielder Anthony Stevens were also inducted into the Hall of Fame at a gala function at Adelaide Oval on Tuesday night. 

They join Collingwood centre half-forward Ron Todd, Sturt great John Halbert and umpire Brett Allen as 2017's inductees.

Malcolm Blight

Blight was a champion footballer in both South Australia and Victoria.

He booted...

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Free agency to change

AFL 2017 Round 13 - Richmond v Sydney

Dustin Martin is among the highest-profile free agents at present

ONE CHANGE will be made to free agency before the end of October under the new collective bargaining agreement announced on Tuesday.

A new provision will be added to free agency from three possible options agreed upon during the negotiations.

The most likely option at this stage is free agency for life, which would allow players who change clubs as free agents to remain as free agents when they next come out of contract.

If this provision was adopted players such as Hawthorn's James Frawley would become a free agent again in 2018 despite being at the Hawks for just four seasons, having switched from Melbourne in 2015 after eight years at the Demons.

A second option is to make free agency portable meaning players who switch clubs before being eligible for free agency will qualify if their length of service in the game...

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Scott wants harsher penalties for staging

GEELONG coach Chris Scott has called for a tougher stance on players staging for free kicks after Richmond defender Alex Rance was cleared by the Match Review Panel following Saturday's clash with Sydney. 

And the Cats' coach has the backing of his counterpart, St Kilda's Alan Richardson, who says players that continually milk free kicks face "embarrassment" from the general public. 

The MRP assessed Rance for staging against the Swans – but took no action – after he and Sydney forward Lance Franklin were involved in a shoving match near the boundary line that resulted in a free kick to the star Tiger.

The MRP said Franklin hit Rance in the "upper chest", citing "any exaggeration of the contact that was made to Rance was not excessive". 

Scott called for a more stringent approach to staging, but acknowledged players engaged in it because of the potential for a free kick to be...

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Skipper cops fine

Selwood and Mitchell clash Vision of Joel Selwood and Sam Mitchell clashing during the Cats and Eagles game

Joel Selwood has been offered a fine by the MRP after being reported for rough conduct on West Coast's Sam Mitchell.

Selwood was fined $1500 but can have the penalty reduced to $1000 with an early guilty plea.

He is free to line up in Sunday's clash with Fremantle at Simonds Stadium.

Mitchell was cleared of any wrongdoing for his part in the fracas.

Eagles midfielder Luke Shuey can accept a $1000 fine after being charged with rough conduct against Cats star Patrick Dangerfield.


Charges Laid:

Luke Shuey, West Coast, has been charged with engaging in rough conduct against Patrick Dangerfield, Geelong Cats, during the first quarter of the Round 13 match between West Coast and the Geelong Cats, played at Domain Stadium on Thursday June 15,...

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The byes are here to stay, says AFL

AFL 2017 Media - AFL Excecutive Announcement

AFL football operations manager Simon Lethlean

THE FANS may dislike it, but the current bye system is here to stay, the AFL says.

In previous seasons, the bye rounds were spread over three weeks, but in 2017 they were fixtured over four rounds with Port Adelaide and Gold Coast involved in the inaugural China clash in Shanghai.

With every club now having had a mid-season weekend off, AFL football operations manager Simon Lethlean told SEN the breaks had been a success and had given the game much-needed time to recharge its batteries for the second half of the season.

"I think (they worked) absolutely from the playing, coaching and staff point (of view.) They need a break," Lethlean said.

"That's universally understood, and they get a four-day freshen-up, the players.

"They probably get a chance to reconnect with family and friends and have a bit of a breather, so I think it's pretty...

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Who will be the new legend?

AFL 1994 Match - Geelong v Melbourne

Could Gary Ablett Snr be the next Legend?

THE AUSTRALIAN Football Hall of Fame will welcome a new Legend on Tuesday night.

It is a category reserved for figures who have "had a particularly significant positive impact on the game of Australian Football".

St Kilda and Sydney great Tony Lockett was the last Legend to be elevated, in 2015, with a total of 26 players and coaches in the exclusive category.

Here are six champions of the game who could be among the contenders to earn the special honour on Tuesday night in Adelaide.  

Gary Ablett snr

Many believe Ablett, a majestic marking forward, was the most talented footballer the game has ever seen. After six games with Hawthorn, he was signed by Geelong and went on to play 242 games for the Cats, finishing his career with 1030 goals (fifth in the game's history). He drew fans to the game just to watch him play, once kicking 14.7...

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Team of the Week: R13


CARLTON defenders made up half the backline of the round 13 Team of the Week, brought to you by Accor Hotels.

There were no standout key forwards from the final bye round with the most goals from an individual capped at three.

It was Blues' trio Liam Jones, Sam Docherty and Kade Simpson that made compelling cases for themselves in their impressive win over Gold Coast.

Richmond might have fallen to the Sydney Swans, but defensive pair Davis Astbury and Alex Rance did all they could to get the Tigers over the line.

Michael Hibberd was the other member of the back six, and one of three Melbourne players to make the cut after the Demons' big win over the Western Bulldogs.

Christian Salem and Jeff Garlett were the others, with Clayton Oliver and Jordan Lewis unlucky to miss out.

Trent Cotchin, Dan Hannebery, Mitch Duncan, Darcy Byrne-Jones, Oscar McDonald and Robbie Gray were others who...

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Round 12
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 18 June (7:20 pm) Adelaide 12.13 (85) def. by Hawthorn 17.12 (114) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,108)
Friday, 19 June (7:50 pm) Richmond 10.10 (70) def. by West Coast 13.12 (90) MCG (crowd: 45,178)
Saturday, 20 June (1:40 pm) Carlton 17.8 (110) def. Port Adelaide 16.10 (106) MCG (crowd: 27,693)
Saturday, 20 June (4:35 pm) Greater Western Sydney 8.13 (61) def. by North Melbourne 18.9 (117) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 7,824)
Saturday, 20 June (7:20 pm) Western Bulldogs 22.14 (146) def. Brisbane Lions 11.8 (74) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 21,129)
Sunday, 21 June (3:20 pm) Geelong 13.11 (89) def. by Melbourne 18.5 (113) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 28,007)
Bye: Collingwood, Essendon, Fremantle, Gold Coast, St Kilda, Sydney

Round 13
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 25 June (6:10 pm) Fremantle 12.8 (80) def. Collingwood 11.7 (73) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,145)
Friday, 26 June (7:50 pm) Sydney 11.11 (77) def. by Richmond 14.11 (95) SCG (crowd: 37,579)
Saturday, 27 June (1:40 pm) Hawthorn 16.18 (114) def. Essendon 11.10 (76) MCG (crowd: 62,500)
Saturday, 27 June (4:35 pm) Brisbane Lions 10.9 (69) def. by Adelaide 11.16 (82) Gabba (crowd: 18,146)
Saturday, 27 June (7:20 pm) St Kilda 7.14 (56) def. by Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 26,511)
Sunday, 28 June (3:20 pm) Carlton 14.19 (103) def. Gold Coast 9.15 (69) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 30,207)
Bye: Geelong, Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne, North Melbourne, Port Adelaide, West Coast

Round 14
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 2 July (7:20 pm) Sydney 14.10 (94) def. Port Adelaide 12.12 (84) SCG (crowd: 28,316)
Friday, 3 July (7:50 pm) Collingwood 12.19 (91) def. by Hawthorn 15.11 (101) MCG (crowd: 75,880)
Saturday, 4 July (1:40 pm) Richmond 10.18 (78) def. Greater Western Sydney 10.9 (69) MCG (crowd: 35,968)
Saturday, 4 July (4:40 pm) Gold Coast 19.11 (125) def. North Melbourne 10.10 (70) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 14,444)
Saturday, 4 July (7:30 pm) Western Bulldogs 9.10 (64) def. Carlton 7.11 (53) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 31,445)
Saturday, 4 July (7:10 pm) Melbourne 9.6 (60) def. by West Coast 16.18 (114) TIO Stadium (crowd: 11,873)
Sunday, 5 July (1:10 pm) Essendon 8.4 (52) def. by St Kilda 25.12 (162) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 38,020)
Sunday, 5 July (2:40 pm) Fremantle 13.6 (84) def. Brisbane Lions 7.6 (48) Domain Stadium (crowd: 32,970)
Sunday, 5 July (cancelled) Adelaide vs. Geelong Adelaide Oval
  • The match between Adelaide and Geelong was cancelled following the death of Adelaide coach Phil Walsh on 3 July, with each team receiving two premiership points. It was the first premiership match ever to be cancelled outright, rather than rescheduled or postponed, in VFL/AFL history.[2][30] Starting times of some other matches were adjusted slightly to accommodate tributes to Walsh.[31]
  • St Kilda recorded its highest score – 25.12 (162) – and greatest winning margin – 110 points – in matches against Essendon.[32]

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Team P W
Sydney 22 17
Geelong 22 17
Hawthorn 22 17
Greater Western Sydney 22 16
Adelaide 22 16
West Coast 22 16
Western Bulldogs (P) 22 15
North Melbourne 22 12
St Kilda 22 12
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Richmond 22 8
Carlton 22 7
Gold Coast 22 6
Fremantle 22 4
Brisbane Lions 22 3
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