Today’s Notebook touches on the possession game in Fremantle v Sydney, Richmond’s stoppage defence, and finishes with quick hits on Melbourne, Hawthorn, and Gold Coast.
According to the AFL rule book, ‘the winner of a Match of Australian Football is the Team which has scored, in accordance with these Laws, the greater number of points at the conclusion of the Match’.
It’s a horrible feeling when you’re in a job you value, and you feel like it’s about to end badly.
While Richmond’s collapse in a hail of errors took the headlines over the weekend, today’s Notebook also covers Adelaide’s style and wonders what to take out of Geelong v Melbourne and Brisbane v Essendon.
Saturday provided the complete opposite of what we’ve seen from North Melbourne all year.
Long-term readers will remember this concept from last year, and today we're going to dig deeper into team-by-team comparisons.
There’s a reason half-forward is one of the most difficult positions to play.