AFL Fixtures & Results 2018

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Released in October the previous year the annual AFL Fixture is a confirmed draw listing all of the upcoming season’s home and away games. There are 18 AFL teams that face off across the 23-week regular or home and away season leading up to the AFL Finals in September.

All up there are 198 AFL fixtures during that time and for the first time in 2016 the league scheduled two byes into the AFL Draw including one for the week before the AFL finals series before Round 23.

Some of the key dates during the AFL Draw are the Easter Monday clash between the Geelong Cats and Hawthorn Hawks at the MCG and the MCG Anzac Day clash between Collingwood and Essendon.

2018 AFL Fixtures

The 2018 AFL Fixtures and dates of the weekly home and away Australian Rules games for this season’s Premiership season are detailed in full below.

For this year, the AFL sticks to the controversial formula of a post Round 23 Bye. There will also be footy played on Good Friday for the first time in the AFL in 2018.
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Highlights of the AFL Fixtures 2018 include:

  • The traditional season opener between Carlton and Richmond at the MCG on Thursday March 22
  • 2017 AFL Grand Final rematch between the Richmond and Adelaide on Thursday March 29 in Round 2 at the Adelaide Oval
  • A Good Friday clash on Friday March 30 between North Melbourne and St. Kilda under the lights at Etihad Stadium
  • The AFL Anzac Day clash on Wednesday April 25 in Round 5 between Essendon and Collingwood at the MCG
  • Round 8’s clash in China when Port Adelaide and the Gold Coast play at Shanghai on May 13
  • The South Australian Derbies in Round 8 and 20
  • The West Australian Derbies in Round 6 and 20

Note: All times up to Sunday April 1 are AEDT then AEST onwards

2018 AFL Rounds


AFL Round 1 Fixtures

AFL Round 1

Carlton play defending Premiers Richmond in the traditional AFL Season Opener in Round 1. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Thursday March 22, 2018
  • Richmond (121) v Carlton (95), MCG (7.25pm)
Friday March 23, 2018
  • Essendon (99) v Adelaide (87), ES (3.35pm)
Saturday March 24, 2018
  • St Kilda (107) v Brisbane (82), ES (3.35pm)
  • Port Adelaide (110) v Fremantle (60), AO (4.05pm)
  • Gold Coast (55) v North Melbourne (39), CS (6.25pm)
  • Hawthorn (101) v Collingwood (67), MCG (7.25pm)
Sunday March 25, 2018
  • GWS Giants (133) v Western Bulldogs (51), UNSW (1.10pm)
  • Melbourne (94) v Geelong Cats (97), MCG (3.20pm)
  • West Coast (86) v Sydney (115), Optus Stadium (4.20pm)

AFL Round 1 Results & Wrap Up: The season got off to a flyer with the Tigers nailing down an opening round win over the Blues. Don’t let the scoreboard fool you, though, Carlton came to play on Thursday night, actually leading at half time. Things then got interesting on Friday night with the Bombers proving too good for the Crows at Etihad. James Stewart kicked three in the Dons 12-point win, leading many to wonder if Adelaide are suffering from a case of finals hangover. The weekend started off just as we expected – the Saints manhandled the Lions, the Power pumped Fremantle, while Gold Coast escaped Cairns with a win over the Roos in horrid conditions. Hawthorn were by far the biggest surprise, or perhaps the same could be said for Collingwood. The Pies looked flat in their 34-point loss to the Hawks, but the same can’t be said for the Dees. Melbourne were so unlucky not to escape Sunday’s game against the Cats with a win, but a Max Gawn missed set shot cost the Demons the points.


AFL Round 2 Fixtures


Thursday March 29, 2018
  • Adelaide (118) v Richmond (82), AO (7.20pm)
Friday March 30, 2018
  • North Melbourne (95) v St. Kilda (43), Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday March 31, 2018
  • Carlton (67) v Gold Coast (101), ES (1.45pm)
  • Collingwood (79) v GWS Giants (95), MCG (4.35pm)
  • Brisbane Lions (74) v Melbourne (100), G (6.25pm)
  • Fremantle (106) v Essendon (90), OS (5.10pm)
Sunday April 1, 2018
    • Western Bulldogs (70) v West Coast (121), Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
    • Sydney (71) v Port Adelaide (94), SCG (4.40pm)
Monday April 2, 2018
      • Geelong (117) v Hawthorn (118), MCG (3.20pm)

AFL Round 2 Results & Wrap Up – The Easter weekend round was packed full of drama and excitement which was kicked off with redemption, of sorts, for Adelaide as they beat the defending premier Richmond at home on Thursday night. It was a low scoring and dour game at Etihad on Good Friday when North Melbourne and St Kilda continued their Easter rivalry. Both teams were lacklustre in front of goal and the field kicking was just as bad. There were plenty of upsets for the round with both Gold Coast (Carlton) and Fremantle (Essendon) beating their more fancied rivals on Saturday. The upsets continued on Easter Sunday with first the Eagles comfortably taking care of the Western Bulldogs away from home, and then the Power heading to Sydney and beating the Swans in an inspired performance against one of the premiership favourites. The round concluded on Easter Monday with an epic clash between bitter rivals Geelong and Hawthorn and fans were no less surprised with the finish as they were amazed. The Hawks controlled the game, and the Geelong superstar midfielders, for the best part of three quarters, before the Cats came storming home in the last quarter. The Hawks clung on to a 1 point win when Jarryd Roughead marked and kicked the all important point inside the last two minutes.


AFL Round 3 Fixtures

AFL Easter Monday betting

Hawthorn and Geelong face off in the traditional Easter Monday AFL match. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Friday April 6, 2018
      • Carlton (76) v Collingwood (100), MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday April 7, 2018
      • Port Adelaide (97) v Brisbane (92), AO (1.15pm)
      • Melbourne (123) v North Melbourne (86), MCG (2.10pm)
      • Gold Coast (68) v Fremantle (96), OS (2.35pm)
      • Sydney (103) v GWS Giants (87), SCG (7.25pm)
      • St Kilda (55) v Adelaide Crows (104), ES (7.25pm)
Sunday April 8, 2018
      • Richmond (102) v Hawthorn (89), MCG (1.10pm)
      • Western Bulldogs (104) v Essendon (83), ES (3.20pm)
      • West Coast (95) v Geelong (80), OS (2.40pm)

AFL Round 3 Results & Wrap Up – The round started with Collingwood’s first win of the season over their bitter rivals Carlton. The win takes pressure off coach Nathan Buckley, for another week at least. The Lions put in an inspired performance against the Power at The Adelaide Oval only to go down by an agonising five points. Melbourne finally broke their drought against the Kangaroos on Saturday afternoon. A string of 17 losses came to an end with a 37 point win at the MCG. The Swans beat their cross-town rivals on Saturday night at the SCG to keep them inside the top eight. After losing in Adelaide last week, Richmond bounced back with a 13 point win on Sunday. It was their ninth straight win at the MCG. The Western Bulldogs start to season 2018 has been nothing short of disgraceful in the opening two rounds however they produced clearly their best performance of the year with a 21-point win over the Bombers at Etihad. A hamstring injury to Gary Ablett has further compounded a 15-point loss to the Cats in the West. A dominant performance in the middle of the ground by Nic Naitanui helped the Eagled kick the last 6 goals of the game to overrun a brave and injury riddled, Geelong side.


AFL Round 4 Fixtures

Friday April 13, 2018
      • Adelaide (58) v Collingwood (106), AO (7.20pm)
Saturday April 14, 2018
      • GWS Giants (82) v Fremantle (51), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Richmond (110) v Brisbane (17), MCG (2.10pm)
      • Western Bulldogs (79) v Sydney (86), Etihad Stadium (4.35pm)
      • North Melbourne (116) v Carlton (30), BA (7.25pm)
      • West Coast (139) v Gold Coast (59), OS (6.10pm)
Sunday April 15, 2018
      • Essendon (106) v Port Adelaide (84), Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
      • Hawthorn (115) v Melbourne (48), MCG (3.20pm)
      • Geelong (103) v St Kilda (56), GS (4.40pm)

AFL Round 4 Results & Wrap Up – The Adelaide Crows have fallen outside of the top 8 after losing to Collingwood at home on Friday night. The fear is real for the Crows after they were comprehensively beaten and genuine hope has arisen from a determined and skilful Collingwood team. The Brisbane Lions failed to kick a goal to half time and finished with just two majors for the game as they went down to Richmond by a massive 93 points at a wet MCG on Saturday afternoon. Brownlow medallist Dustin Martin starred with 6 goals. Tasmanian, Ben Brown booted 5 goals in Hobart on Saturday night to help his North Melbourne Kangaroos comfortably beat a lack lustre Carlton side. The first of two upsets on Sunday happened at Etihad Stadium as Essendon bounced back from a poor performance last week against the Dogs to record a twenty-two point win over Port Adelaide. The Dees started very well against the Hawks at the MCG before being comprehensively beaten in the final three quarters of the game. Alastair Clarkson has the Hawks firing and they now find themselves inside the top four.


AFL Round 5 Fixtures

AFL Anzac Day match betting

Collingwood and Essendon face off in the AFL Anzac Day clash.


Friday April 20, 2018
      • Sydney (75) v Adelaide (85), SCG (7.50pm)
Saturday April 21, 2018
      • St Kilda (73) v GWS Giants (73), ES (1.45pm)
      • Carlton (69) v West Coast (79), MCG (4.35pm)
      • Port Adelaide (50) v Geelong (84), AO (7.10pm)
      • Fremantle (108) v Western Bulldogs (54), OS (6.10pm)
Sunday April 22, 2018
      • North Melbourne (98) v Hawthorn (70), Etihad Stadium (3.20pm)
      • Brisbane (71) v Gold Coast (76), G (4.40pm)
Tuesday April 24, 2018
      • Melbourne (56) v Richmond (102), MCG (7.25pm)
Wednesday April 25, 2018
      • Collingwood (101) v Essendon (52), MCG (3.20pm)

Round 5 Results and Wrap Up – The Adelaide Crows headed to the SCG as big outsiders on Friday night, but they still managed to upset the Swans in a gutsy road win. Tex Walker came under scrutiny during all of last week but proved the difference with four goals to lead his side. We saw our first draw for season 2018 when the Saints and Giants were level after the final siren at Etihad Stadium, but all eyes were of course on the traditional ANZAC clash between the Bombers and the Pies. Unfortunately this time around, the Bombers were no match for what looks to be a very dangerous Collingwood side. It was all over by half time with the Pies kicking away by 75-points.


AFL Round 6 Fixtures

Friday April 27, 2018
      • Western Bulldogs (80) v Carlton (59), ES (7.50pm)
Saturday April 28, 2018
      • Geelong (69) v Sydney (86), Etihad Stadium (1.45pm)
      • North Melbourne (69) v Port Adelaide (102), ES (2.10pm)
      • GWS Giants (77) v Brisbane (43), SPO (4.35pm)
      • Hawthorn (89) v St Kilda (54), US (7.25pm)
      • Adelaide (110) v Gold Coast (62), AO (7.10pm)
Sunday April 29, 2018
      • Essendon (72) v Melbourne (108), Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
      • Collingwood (70) v Richmond (113), MCG (3.20pm)
      • Fremantle (81) v West Coast (89), OS (2.40pm)

AFL Round 6 Results & Wrap Up – The Western Bulldogs started off the round with an extremely important win on Friday night against Carlton. The Blues remain winless and have now slumped to their worse start to a season since their inception into the VFL in 1897. The Cats blew a 22 point three quarter time lead to go down to the Sydney Swans in Geelong on Saturday afternoon. The Swans have now beaten the Cats in Geelong in their last 3 trips there. It was an important day of football on Sunday for all teams but the first game was a mini elimination final in many ways. Melbourne were up for the challenge and ran out 36 point winners over Essendon who face an up hill battle to extend their season past August. An enthralling game of football emerged on Sunday afternoon at the MCG between two in-form teams. Collingwood matched the defending premiers Richmond for three quarters before the Tigers flexed their muscles to run out comfortable winners. The only other side to be 5-1 with the Tigers is West Coast after they dismantled the Fremantle Dockers in the first Western Derby played at the new Optus Stadium.


AFL Round 7 Fixtures

Collingwood AFL Team

The Collingwood Magpies celebrate their 125th birthday in Round 7 of the AFL Season 2017. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Friday May 4, 2018
      • Geelong (93) v GWS Giants (32), Geelong Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday May 5, 2018
      • Western Bulldogs (81) v Gold Coast (72), MARS (1.45pm)
      • Essendon (67) v Hawthorn (90), MCG (2.10pm)
      • West Coast (102) v Port Adelaide (60), OS (2.35pm)
      • Sydney (66) v North Melbourne (68), SCG (7.25pm)
      • Adelaide (125) v Carlton (70), AO (7.10pm)
Sunday May 6, 2018
      • Richmond (110) v Fremantle (33), MCG (1.10pm)
      • St Kilda (67) v Melbourne (106), ES (3.20pm)
      • Brisbane (114) v Collingwood (121), Gabba (4.40pm)

AFL Round 7 Results & Wrap Up – It was always going to be a tough ask for the Giants to head into Geelong and walk away with a win. GWS fell miserably in the end, going down by as much as 61-points. Taking care of the Suns in Ballarat, Saturday saw the Bulldogs string together two wins on the trot, a game that placed Jackson Macrae firmly in the Brownlow Medal conversation. The Hawks also made it two straight with their big victory over the Bombers, but while Essendon’s downward spiral continues, the Eagles just keep on soaring. West Coast walked away comfy 42-point winners at Optus Stadium, but things were certainly much closer between the Swans and Roos in Sydney. North somehow pinched a two-point win over the Bloods in the final minutes, sending them to seventh on the ladder. The Crows closed Saturday out with a convincing thumping over the Blues at home, while the Tigers and Demons followed suit on Sunday. Fortunately for fans, the AFL saved the best till’ last on Sunday afternoon as the Lions and Pies played out an instant classic. It was heartbreak again for Brisbane who probably deserved a win, but Jordan De Goey’s last minute goal in the final term saw the Pies get up 19.7 (121) to Brisbane 18.6 (114).



AFL Round 8 Fixtures

Jingwan Stadium

Jingwan Stadium in China will host a Round 8 AFL game between the Suns and Port Adelaide.

Friday May 11, 2018
      • Hawthorn (71) v Sydney (79), MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday May 12, 2018
      • GWS Giants (61) v West Coast (86), SPO (1.45pm)
      • Carlton (91) v Essendon (78), MCG (2.10pm)
      • Gold Coast (77) v Melbourne (146), Gabba (4.35pm)
      • Port Adelaide (95) v Adelaide Crows (90), AO (4.40pm)
      • Western Bulldogs (107) v Brisbane (93), ES (7.25pm)
      • Fremantle (89) v St Kilda (59), OS (6.10pm)
Sunday May 13, 2018
      • North Melbourne (72) v Richmond (82), ES (1.10pm)
      • Collingwood (45) v Geelong (66), MCG (3.20pm)

Round 8 Results & Wrap Up – Talk about kicking things off with a bang. Sydney prevailed in a thriller over the Hawks on Friday night, as emerging full forward Ben Ronke booted seven goals. The Blues finally got a win on the board on Saturday in their first convincing performance of the season. Carlton’s Curnow brothers combined for five goals to dust off the Bombers, adding further salt to Essendon’s already open wound. How about the Adelaide derby, though? The Crows led by as much as seven goals at half time, only to concede all momentum in the third term to eventually lose by a heartbreaking goal to Steven Motlop in the final minute. A tough act to follow indeed, but the Tigers meeting against the Roos certainly lived up to it. North fought hard all game and really gave the reigning premiers a run for their money. Richmond came good in the fourth quarter though, showing the nerve of a true premiership side to win by 10-points.


AFL Round 9 Fixtures

Friday May 18, 2018
      • Adelaide (63) v Western Bulldogs (26), AO (7.20pm)
Saturday May 19, 2018
      • North Melbourne (112) v GWS Giants (69), BA (1.45pm)
      • Gold Coast (42) v Port Adelaide (82), Adelaide Arena – Shanghai (1.15pm)
      • Essendon (84) v Geelong (50), MCG (4.35pm)
      • Sydney (111) v Fremantle (52), SCG (7.25pm)
      • St Kilda (72) v Collingwood (100), ES (7.25pm)
Sunday May 20, 2018
      • Carlton (50) v Melbourne (159), MCG (1.10pm)
      • Brisbane (129) v Hawthorn Hawks (73), G (3.20pm)
      • West Coast (130) v Richmond (83), OS (2.40pm)

Byes: Gold Coast Suns, Port Adelaide
AFL Round 9 Results Wrap-up – It was a wet night on Friday at The Adelaide Oval as the Crows accounted for a wayward Western Bulldogs. The dogs kicked 2 goals and 14 behinds in a disappointing display. The Kangaroos solidified their position inside the top 8 with a 43 point win over an under strengthen GWS side in Tasmania. The Power yet again took the points home from China against the Suns in a solid performance. The upset of the round happened on Saturday afternoon at the MCG after the Bombers responded to a poor past month with a high energy, pressure based win over the Cats. Melbourne were unforgiving on Sunday afternoon as they trounced the Blues by 109 points at the MCG. The Brisbane Lions recorded their first win of the season at the Gabba on Sunday afternoon against the Hawks. Luke Hodge gathered 19 disposals against his former side as the locals lapped up a rare win in what has been a difficult year to date. The match of the round between the top of the ladder Richmond and West Coast was poised at half time with both team’s level. It was the Eagles who asserted their dominance in front of their home fans in the second half however, running out 47 point winners and finishing the round on top of the AFL ladder.


AFL Round 10 Fixtures


Sir Douglas Nicholls

AFL Round 10 is named after Douglas Nicholls – Aussie Rules Football’s only player to have been knighted. Photo Credit: Supplied.

Friday May 25, 2017
      • Collingwood (90) v Western Bulldogs (55), ES (7.50pm)
Saturday May 26, 2017
      • Richmond (105) v St Kilda (77), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Brisbane (49) v Sydney (67), G (4.35pm)
      • Geelong (73) v Carlton (45), GS (7.25pm)
      • GWS Giants (60) v Essendon (95), SPO (7.25pm)
Sunday May 27, 2017
      • Hawthorn (60) v West Coast (75), ES (1.10pm)
      • Melbourne (146) v Adelaide Crows (55), TP (2.50pm)
      • Fremantle (58) v North Melbourne (86), OS (2.40pm)

Byes: Gold Coast Suns, Port Adelaide

AFL Round 10 Results Wrap-up – The Dogs hung tough with Collingwood up until half-time on Friday night, before conceding seven second half goals to the Pies in a 35-point loss. Collingwood’s victory sends them back into the eight, but the same can’t be said for the wayward Giants – Saturday’s 35-point drubbing at the hands of a rejuvenated Essendon side has their entire season in doubt. Meanwhile, the reigning premiers marched on, recording their 14th straight win at the MCG over the Saints. The Lions put up another gallant effort at home against the bloods, but turnovers ultimately cost Brisbane against the Swans. The Cats look back on track, and so does Gary Ablett – his lone goal brought the house down at GMHBA Stadium. Things really kicked into gear on Sunday though, as all doubts of West Coast on the road vanished. The Eagles recorded their third win in Melbourne this season with a 15-point win over the Hawks, a loss that sent Hawthorn spiraling down to ninth on the ladder. Speaking of traveling, the Crows must be glad to be out of Alice Springs. Their road trip was woeful, falling 8.7. (55) to 23.8 (146) against the Demons. Rounding things out, how about North Melbourne? Sunday’s win over Fremantle marked their third in five games, bumping them up to a handy fifth place on the ladder.


AFL Round 11 Fixtures

Friday June 1, 2018
      • Sydney (91) v Carlton (61), SCG (7.50pm)
Saturday June 2, 2018
      • Western Bulldogs (51) v Melbourne (100), ES (1.45pm)
      • Hawthorn (64) v Port Adelaide (61), US (2.10pm)
      • Gold Coast (36) v Geelong (121), Metricon Stadium (4.35pm)
      • Essendon (43) v Richmond (114), MCG (7.25pm)
      • West Coast (101) v St Kilda (88), OS (6.10pm)
Sunday June 3, 2018
      • North Melbourne (141) v Brisbane (87), ES (1.10pm)
      • Collingwood (138) v Fremantle (77), MCG (3.20pm)
      • Adelaide (81) v GWS (97), AO (4.10pm)

AFL Round 11 Results Wrap-up: AFL Round 11 came and went with plenty more blowouts. The Blues fought hard up until half-time on Friday night against the Swans, but Sydney eventually kicked into gear, running away with their fourth straight win 13.13 (91) to 8.7 (61). In terms of the scoreboard, things only got worse on Saturday – the Dees manhandled the Dogs, the Cats belted the Suns in Gary Ablett’s return to Metricon, while the Tigers ran away with a 71-point win over the Bombers. Perhaps the only highlight from Saturday was Hawthorn’s narrow three-point win over the Power down in Launceston, a win that puts the Hawks right back in the hunt for a spot in the eight. Sunday was much the same – the Roos first quarter onslaught ended any chance the Lions had, the Pies made it three straight wins with their defeat over the Dockers, but the Giants’ 16-point win over the Crows at Adelaide Oval was by far the biggest stunner. Ryan Griffen and Zac Langdon combined for six goals against the Crows, knocking Adelaide out of the eight.


AFL Round 12 Fixtures

West Coast Eagles

The West Coast Eagles are one of four AFL teams to have a bye in Round 12 in 2018. Photo Credit: WCE.

Friday June 8, 2018
  • Port Adelaide (72) v Richmond (58), AO (7.20pm)
Sunday June 10, 2018
  • Geelong (96) v North Melbourne (59), Geelong Stadium (7.20pm)
  • GWS Giants (134) v Gold Coast Suns (26), SPO (4.35pm)
  • St Kilda (55) v Sydney (126), Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday June 11, 2018
  • Brisbane (62) v Essendon (84), G (1.10pm)
  • Fremantle (71) v Adelaide (68), OS (2.40pm)
Monday June 11, 2018
  • Melbourne (91) v Collingwood (133), MCG (3.20pm)

Byes: Carlton, Hawthorn, West Coast, Western Bulldogs

AFL Round 12 Results & Wrap-up: Round 12 got off to a flyer with the Power pummeling a Dusty-less Tigers on Friday night. With four teams on the bye, Saturday’s action was short and a little one-sided – the Cats surprised the Roos, the Giants embarrassed the Suns, while the Swans added further misery to St. Kilda’s woes. There were a few doubts surrounding Essendon ahead of their trip to Brisbane, but the Dons came out firing in the first half to make life hard for the Lions. The shocker of the round then followed, as the Dockers earned their fifth win of the season in a nail-biter over the Crows in Perth.


AFL Round 13 Fixtures

Thursday June 14, 2018
      • Port Adelaide (132) v Western Bulldogs (75), Adelaide Oval (7.20pm)
Friday June 15, 2018
      • Sydney (72) v West Coast (57), SCG (7.50pm)
Saturday June 16, 2018
      • Carlton (46) v Fremantle (103), ES (1.45pm)
      • Gold Coast (78) v St Kilda (80), MS (4.35pm)
      • Hawthorn (88) v Adelaide (32), MCG (7.25pm)
Sunday June 17, 2018
      • Geelong Cats (65) v Richmond (83), MCG (3.20pm)

Byes: Brisbane Lions, Melbourne, Collingwood, Essendon, North Melbourne, GWS Giants, Hawthorn

AFL Round 13 Results & Wrap-up: On paper it was blockbusters galore, but Round 13 failed to live up to the hype. As expected, the injury riddled dogs struggled to get out of the gate early against the Power in Adelaide, while Friday nights potential Grand Final preview turned rather one-sided. It was a low-scoring game at the SCG, but the Swans defence completely shut down the likes of Josh Kennedy and Marc LeCras, finishing with a 72-57 win. Things only got worse on Saturday as the Blues looked dismal against the Dockers at Eithad, losing their fourth straight game. The Suns and the Saints turned into a last minute shocker as Gold Coast allowed a huge three quarter time lead to slip in the final term, losing by just two-points at the final siren. The Hawks and Crows were close at half time, but Hawthorn kicked into gear in the third, keeping the Crows off the scoreboard to walk away 88-32 victors. The Sunday blockbuster between Geelong and Richmond was back and forth for most of the game, but the Tigers stormed home to claim the 18-point victory and the right to sit atop the ladder once again.


AFL Round 14 Fixtures

Thursday June 21, 2018
      • West Coast (52) v Essendon (80), OS (6.10pm)
Friday June 22, 2018
      • Port Adelaide (75) v Melbourne (65), AO (7.20pm)
Saturday June 23, 2018
      • Hawthorn (96) v Gold Coast (43), US (1.45pm)
      • Brisbane (82) v GWS Giants (109), Gabba (4.35pm)
      • Western Bulldogs (75) v North Melbourne (77), Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday June 24, 2018
      • Collingwood (79) v Carlton (59), MCG (3.20pm)

AFL Round 14 Results & Wrap-up: So much for a Thursday night blowout. The Bombers shocked the country over in Perth, hammering the Eagles by 28-points to keep their Top 8 hopes alive. Friday night provided plenty of entertainment, but Port proved they are the real deal with a resounding 10-point win over the Demons. On paper, Saturday looked like blowouts galore, but the Dogs and Roos turned into game of the round. Jack Ziebell’s last minute goal saw North get up by just two points in a thriller.


AFL Round 15 Fixtures

Thursday June 28, 2018
      • Richmond (93) v Sydney (67), ES (7.50pm)
Friday June 29, 2018
      • Western Bulldogs (103) v Geelong (101), Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday June 30, 2018
      • Carlton (69) v Port Adelaide (90), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Adelaide (88) v West Coast (78), AO (4:05pm)
      • Gold Coast (60) v Collingwood (99), Metricon Stadium (7:25pm)
      • GWS Giants (95) v Hawthorn (84), Spotless Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday July 1, 2018
      • Melbourne (117) v St, Kilda (119), MCG (1.10pm)
      • Essendon (125) v North Melbourne (108), ES (3.20pm)
      • Fremantle (64) v Brisbane (119), Optus Stadium (2.40pm)

AFL Round 15 Results & Wrap-up: It shaped up as game of the year, and it was only fitting to see the reigning premiers walk away with a big 26-point win over the Swans on Thursday night at Etihad. Friday night topped it though, with the Dogs pulling off a miracle over the Cats, holding on to win 103-101. The Crows kept their finals hopes alive at home against the Eagles, but the same can’t be said for the Hawks – their loss to GWS saw Hawthorn slip all the way down to 10th. To round out the proceedings, the Lions’ second win of the year came in breakout fashion, manhandling the Dockers from the opening siren to win by a convincing 55-points.


AFL Round 16 Fixtures

Thursday July 5, 2018
      • Sydney (59) v Geelong (71), SCG (7.20pm)
Friday July 6, 2018
      • Richmond (103) v Adelaide (56), MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday July 7, 2018
      • Brisbane (120) v Carlton (55), G (1.45pm)
      • Port Adelaide (86) v St Kilda (50), AO (4.05pm)
      • Western Bulldogs (59) v Hawthorn (122), ES (7.25pm)
      • Melbourne (102) v Fremantle (48), TIO (7.10pm)
Sunday July 8, 2018
      • North Melbourne (95) v Gold Coast (58), Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
      • Essendon (62) v Collingwood (78), MCG (3.20pm)
      • West Coast (86) v GWS Giants (75), OS (2.40pm)

AFL Round 16 Results & Wrap-up: The Cats were out for revenge against the Swans, and that’s exactly what they got on Thursday night. Their big win down in Sydney secured a place back in the eight for Geelong, but the same can’t be said for the Crows – their dejavu loss to the Tigers on Friday only further put their season in dount. The Hawks were impressive during their win over the Dogs on Saturday, a win that snuck Hawthorn back up to eighth. The Lions also came good against the Blues, making it two wins in a row. Sunday’s blockbuster between the Pies and Bombers didn’t disappoint – Collingwood’s 16-point win kept the Pies second on the ladder and in prime position with just seven weeks left to play.


AFL Round 17 Fixtures

Thursday July 12, 2018
      • Adelaide (112) v Geelong (97), AO (7.20pm)
Friday July 13, 2018
      • St Kilda (116) v Carlton (52), Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday July 14, 2018
      • Hawthorn (65) v Brisbane Lions (98), US (1.45pm)
      • Melbourne (119) v Western Bulldogs (69), MCG (4.35pm)
      • Gold Coast (51) v Essendon (95), Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
      • GWS Giants (79) v Richmond (77), Spotless Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday July 15, 2018
      • Collingwood (67) v West Coast (102), MCG (1.10pm)
      • North Melbourne (98) v Sydney (104), ES (3.20pm)
      • Fremantle (59) v Port Adelaide (50), OS (2.40pm)


AFL Round 18 Fixtures

Friday July 20, 2018
      • St Kilda (57) v Richmond (111), ES (7.50pm)
Saturday July 21, 2018
      • Collingwood (130) v North Melbourne (64), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Sydney (64) v Gold Coast (88), SCG (2.10pm)
      • Essendon (99) v Fremantle (70), ES (4.35pm)
      • Brisbane (88) v Adelaide (93), G (7.25pm)
      • Geelong (100) v Melbourne (98), Subiaco Oval (7.40pm)
Sunday July 22, 2018
      • Carlton (52) v Hawthorn (124), ES (1.10pm)
      • West Coast (100) v Western Bulldogs (46), OS (1.20pm)
      • Port Adelaide (58) v GWS Giants (80), AO (4.10pm)


AFL Round 19 Fixtures


Friday July 27, 2018
      • Essendon (109) v Sydney (66), ES (7.50pm)
Saturday July 28, 2018
      • Richmond (105) v Collingwood (77), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Geelong (120) v Brisbane (78), GS (2.10pm)
      • GWS Giants (86) v St Kilda (61), Spotless (4.35pm)
      • Gold Coast (44) v Carlton (79), Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
      • Adelaide (77) v Melbourne (90), Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday July 29, 2018
      • North Melbourne (81) v West Coast (41), BA (1.10pm)
      • Western Bulldogs (34) v Port Adelaide (78), MARS (3.20pm)
      • Fremantle (53) v Hawthorn (112), OS (2.40pm)


AFL Round 20 Fixtures

Friday August 3, 2018
      • Richmond (85) v Geelong (82), MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday August 4, 2018
      • Hawthorn (107) v Essendon (103), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Brisbane (104) v North Melbourne (107), G (2.10pm)
      • Adelaide (96) v Port Adelaide (93), AO (4.05pm)
      • St Kilda (68) v Western Bulldogs (103), Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
      • Sydney (73) v Collingwood (71), SCG (7.25pm)
Sunday August 5, 2018
      • Carlton (46) v GWS Giants (151), Etihad Stadium (1.10pm)
      • Melbourne (143) v Suns (47), MCG (3.20pm)
      • West Coast Eagles (142) v Fremantle Dockers (84), Adelaide Oval (4.40pm)


AFL Round 21 Fixtures

Friday August 10, 2018
      • Essendon (122) v St. Kilda (79), Etihad Stadium (7.50pm)
Saturday August 11, 2018
      • Hawthorn (71) v Geelong (60), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Gold Coast (51) v Richmond (125), Metricon (2.10pm)
      • Port Adelaide (58) v West Coast (62), AO (4.05pm)
      • Collingwood (104) v Brisbane (73), Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
      • GWS Giants (106) v Adelaide (92), UNSW Canberra (7.25pm)
Sunday August 12, 2018
      • North Melbourne (85) v Western Bulldogs (92), ES (1.10pm)
      • Melbourne (78) v Sydney (87), MCG (3.20pm)
      • Fremantle (101) v Carlton (72), OS (2.40pm)


AFL Round 22 Fixtures

Brisbane Lions

The Brisbane Lions face off in a Queensland Derby against the Suns in Round 21.

Friday August 17, 2018
      • Richmond (81) v Essendon (73), MCG (7.50pm)
Saturday August 19, 2018
      • Collingwood (115) v Port Adelaide (64), MCG (1.45pm)
      • Geelong (158) v Fremantle (25), GMHBA (2.10pm)
      • GWS Giants (60) v Sydney (80), Spotless Stadium (4.35pm)
      • Gold Coast (74) v Brisbane (78), Metricon Stadium (7.25pm)
      • St Kilda (76) v Hawthorn (80), Etihad Stadium (7.25pm)
Sunday August 20, 2018
      • Carlton (49) v Western Bulldogs (66), Etihad (1.10pm)
      • West Coast (91) v Melbourne (108), AWST (1.20pm)
      • Adelaide (86) v North Melbourne (77), AO (4.10pm)


AFL Round 23 Fixtures

Friday August 24, 2018
      • Port Adelaide (89) v Essendon (111), Etihad (7.40pm)

Saturday August 25, 2018

  • Geelong Cats (142) v Gold Coast Suns (40), GMHBA (1:10pm)
  • Richmond (98) v Western Bulldogs (95), MCG (1:45pm)
  • Fremantle Dockers v Collingwood (76), Optus Stadium (2:35pm)
  • Carlton (61) v Adelaide Crows (165), Etihad (7:25pm)
  • Sydney Swans (74) v Hawthorn (83), SCG (7:25pm)

Sunday August 26, 2018

  • Brisbane Lions (72) v West Coast Eagles (98), The Gabba (1:10pm)
  • Melbourne Demons (102) v GWS Giants, MCG (3:20pm)
  • St. Kilda (94) v North Melbourne (117), Etihad (4:40pm)