Tigers believe Dons mid rise: Round 13

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To anyone who thinks the Ravens are “loaded”. Taylor Walker With more assists, he scored 10 goals in his 250th game on Saturday, the coach said Matthew Nix has a clear message. “No, we didn’t, we played like we normally do, but it often gets on the end of good work by guys,” Nix said. “As a group, we played with the footy we were playing, which is the really important part.”

Taylor Walker celebrates one of his 10 goals.

Taylor Walker celebrates one of his 10 goals.Credits: Getty Images

Rory Laird, Jordan Dawson, Isaac Rakin, Ben Kees and others rattled the Eagles in the first half, and the Knicks aimed to demand more. “Teams often leave. It’s dangerous to say this, but we talked about sticking to what we’ve done because it’s so important to keep the percentage. We’re seven-six at halftime, right in the fight and there’s a lot of teams in that fight.” Eagles coach Adam Simpson admits his club is “in a hole” and they need to find a way to help the players after 2023. Ruben Ginbey promises much and Tim Kelly continues to star, but who else is good enough to help them? – Roy Ward

Richmond d Fremantle

Tim Taranto celebrates his goal against Fremantle on Saturday.

Tim Taranto celebrates his goal against Fremantle on Saturday.Credits: Getty Images

With Richmond’s finals hopes dashed, a surprise win over the Dockers in Perth will give the Tigers confidence their season is far from over. In slippery conditions, the Tigers cruised to a 15-point win to stay in touch with the top eight and take the lead with momentum. Trent Cotchin300th game against St Kilda. Will there be another three-time prime minister announcement this week? Under the coach Andrew McWalterThe Tigers have back-to-back road wins, bolstering McQualter’s bid to win the full-time job. Tea Bolton Was outstanding with 33 disposals, 11 inside 50s and the last goal of the game, while another midfielder Tim Taranto There were 35 taps. Even if the Tigers fall out of finals contention, expect a top eight finish from them. It was a forgettable performance for the Dockers and could leave them disappointed in Round 23. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak. You miss scored four goals and continued to emerge as one of the league’s best young strikers, but the midfielder James Ashe (concussion) will miss the match against GWS. Waiting Michael Walters Making an impact as a substitute against the Tigers and being part of the starting 22 in that game. – John Piric

GWS d North Melbourne

The Giants found an insider Kieren Briggs. It’s another major positive in a season that is building the foundation for a solid era under Adam Kingsley. Their victory over the competitive Kangaroos was put on the backs of the usual suspects Toby Green, Stephen Coniglio, Callan Ward and Tom Green plus Briggs, who was a revelation last month. They have young players who are gaining experience and creating a strong defense. Hanging Harry Himmelberg it should be their highest priority, because losing it slows down progress. The Kangaroos have the right youth, but it’s time to ditch the experienced players as they appear to be dealing with a star midfielder. Ben Cunnington. It might hit the odd target, though Aaron HallHis efforts off the ball can no longer be tolerated by an experienced player in a forward-looking team. In his role, little will be lost from giving the youth a chance. – Peter Ryan

Carlton v Essendon

Tullamarine has plenty to admire from eight wins from 13 matches. Brad ScottStability off the field after last year’s upheaval is even a winning streak Peter Wright returned to the lead on Sunday night with five goals. But four of the next generation’s midfielders also deserve a lot of credit: Nick Martin, You Caldwell, Ben Hobbs and Archie Perkins. They continue to make the most of their senior roles in the absence of injury Parish of Darcy, Dylan Shiel and Will SetterfieldScott praised Perkins’ defensive performance as Carlton captain Patrick Cripps.

Martin was a preseason deal signing, while Perkins, Caldwell (via the Giants) and Hobbs are first-round draft picks. With Wright back, the Bombers can look forward to further reinforcements in the coming weeks – and could be the team to end their 19-year finals winless drought. Despite some good moments again, there is no such optimism or positivity for the Blues who have suffered a sixth successive defeat. They were tipped to finish in the top four this season, but instead are in the bottom four and coach Michael Voss there is a big task ahead to restore the welfare of the club. Cripps is so bad Harry Mackay The distance from 40 meters cannot be covered by his unsuccessful shots, and they remain in the final fight in only mathematical mode. – Mark McGowan

Archie Perkins.

Archie Perkins. Credits: Getty Images

Melbourne d Collingwood

Collingwood is irreplaceable Jordan De Goey but Patrick Lipinski Monday’s return from injury gave them another playmaker. Lipinski is regarded as one of Egypt’s strongest players and he must now regain his match fitness, which he also showed when he scored twice against the Demons. Melbourne’s defense stood tall against the Magpies Stephen May, Jake Lever and Christian Salem everything is impressive Lachie HunterRunning relentlessly up and down the wing was vital as he had 28 possessions.

Athletic utility Joel Smith may face some scrutiny to resolve it Nathan Murphy in the second half, but he made the difference for the Demons with some strong marking, pressure and a goal that showed he has a place in the side as a striker. Jack WeenyThe best performance on the ground was also considered in time Clayton Oliver out If demons have grapes, Oliver and To Christian Petracca They will be hard to stop as they make their run to the finals. Oliver was spotted running around the MCG post-game on Monday night, so he should be right to face Geelong after the bye. – Roy Ward

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