Category Archives: AFL

AFL Round 10 preview

It’s going to be another intense weekend of AFL footy; pop on your seat belts, this could get bumpy. Here are the three big games of the round. Collingwood v Western Bulldogs – Etihad Stadium, Friday 7:20pm.  With both teams currently chasing the top eight, Friday night’s clash is poised to be a definer in the seasons of Collingwood and

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Moore’s Multi

In Moore’s Multi, I put together a five-legged multi for those casual punters who want to try their hand and have a little flutter to take them into the weekend. Here at Birdlike, we strongly advise the responsible conduct of gambling, so my limit is $10! Last week, I picked 3/5. Not bad, but not great. This week will include two

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AFL Round 9 – Pain’s points

1. Eagles are soaring Following the loss of experienced leaders such as Matt Priddis and Sam Mitchell and uncertainty as to how Nic Naitanui would return following 12 months out, most analysts and fans picked the West Coast Eagles to struggle in 2018 and finish in the bottom half of the ladder. How wrong we all were. The Eagles are

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AFL Round 8 preview

Cancel your Mother’s Day plans, because AFL takes priority this weekend as we prepare for what will be a thrilling few days of football. With six top-eight teams vying off against one another and the fiercest inter-state rivalry in Hawthorn v Sydney set to reignite, Round 8 promises to be one of the most entertaining rounds so far this season.

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AFL Round 7 – Pain’s points

1. Jack Macrae, superstar. When AFL fans think of the Western Bulldogs, most minds race to 2016 All-Australian Marcus Bontempelli. Following his 40 disposals, 12 clearances and 8 tackles against the Gold Coast Suns, fans should start including Macrae in the conversation for best player at the ‘Dogs. The sixth overall pick in the 2012 AFL Draft has gotten better

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AFL Round 7 preview

With six rounds of the AFL season behind us, a big month lies ahead for many teams eyeing off the race to September. Top eight hopefuls Essendon and St Kilda have been the two most disappointing teams in 2018, with both needing immediate revivals if they are to challenge for finals spots. On the other end of the spectrum, Richmond

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