So it's almost all in bed – just with a late AFL stand from the West. Freo has played five of the last six through David Mundie and Brandon Mater, so I'm going to continue to fate and just put four points to play, even if the reserve is still below three goals. If it blows, no @, Dockers fans.
Some impressive first readings on Super Netball's third season opening day with Vixens and Magpies won well, but AFL, Brisbane returned to life in Q2, and GWS again appeared in Sydney's derby with ingenious rights again.
Broncos went back to NRL sharks again, but Wests Tigers also won an impressive victory.
Thank you for your company tonight – tomorrow we will return to more sports. Always, you, people.
AFL: Sydney 12.7 (79) Loses GWS 18.12 (120)
Oof. This is the fifth direct loss to SCG, as Giants won 11 players in the second half to defeat their competitors. The person they call "Cogs" is the night – four goals for Stephen Coniglio, with 24 touches, five characters and three solutions to make a good event there.
There's no Lance Franklin on the blood, but it's a pity that the season begins, they've gone 1-5 to start the season – and while eight haven't gone at this stage, looking at the table and seeing themselves below, Carlton usually means you're in trouble.
A-League: Western Sydney 0-1 Melbourne Victory
This is the 16th season loss and fifth-round loss to victory. Two seasons in a row without a final football – just to say, it's not good enough for the Wanderers' height club.
The men of Kevin Muscat make a professional shift, never setting racing hearts – they finish third, behind Sydney FC and the escaped Prairie, Perth.
Babbel rabble is crucial out of season. Hopefully the new stadium will provide this proud club's return to the club's early season days.
AFL – Three Quarter Time: Sydney 10.6 (66) Trail GWS 13.10 (88)
Crusaders rival first quarter, swans second, and then giants again third. If the model goes on, we want to have fun in the last quarter; but there were only a few suggestions that the giants are bigger in this.
Taranto, Kelly, and Hopper have a workforce in Greater Western Sydney – not enough red and white to match the intensity of veteran Josh Kennedy. They need some more heads to lift it to make it alive.
Super Rugby: Waratahs 10-23 Sharks
Ach. We raised it all day long as the main opportunity for Tahs to keep the heat at the Australian conference, and the bad discipline has ruined the evening at NSW.
Seeing a red card, Jed Hollow deliberately pulled his opponent before Jack Dempsi temporarily joined him on the side line to the end. A hard storm at home when it's 13 players 15. It is positive that they managed to save only 13 points, I think.
NRL: Broncos 29-6 Cronulla
There she is – just win in second place, but highlighting Anthony Seibold's fierce clean! What is their trust?
After the break it was a little better than the sharks (they lost only half 8-6), but then the damage was done. Damage to star in the star is recruited by Shaun Johnson, leaving space with deadly complaints – the same damage that Matt Moylan is already seeing and Josh Dugan in the midst of a casual game accident. Bad day in the office.
AFL – Half-Time: Fremantle 6.7 (43) Leads West Bulldog 6.6 (42)
Hello. We've got a game in the West. Only in the second quarter were four major changes, as dockers and dogs have marketed targets like heavy sluggers. Technically, this is a 3-2 side with 2-3 teams, but you have to say that Fremantle looked higher this season.
Bulldogs with many of them tonight, with Lachie Hunter here, there and everywhere for visitors. Can they go away?
A-League – Half-Time: Western Sydney 0-1 Melbourne Victory
It is Ola Toivonen bullet header – and I know that this term is often used in football, but watch it and tell me if I'm wrong – it will split these two sides during the break.
Thirteenth goal is only twenty games for the big Swedish and what he proves.
Only three shots on both sides, but it was a victory with nearly two-thirds of possession. Will the other party see some more opportunities?
Super Rugby – Half-Time: Waratahs 10-10 Sharks
It's a tough waratah for the first game in Western Sydney's new stadium in Parramat, and we're all closed for a break. It was visitors who first crossed the Dan du Preez before Jake Gordon tried back to Tahs.
Rebels this weekend (you will remember) is a good opportunity to go up at an Australian conference if they can find something here in NSW.
NRL – half time: Broncos 21-0 Cronulla
Here we are! Our own Matt Cleary wrote a glimpse of Broncos mid-week about how they were not a million miles away, despite starting at 1-5, and it looks like he has a crystal ball.
They have enjoyed more than two-thirds of the tablet and have completed 83% of Cronulla's 68%, resulting in a significant 26 break. Do you think they have a fire tonight, Broncos?
Some defenders have not been too flashy, it has to be said – watch all the insights of Corey Oates here to open:
AFL – Part-time: Sydney 7.3 (45) Trail GWS 7.8 (50)
And the fact that in the second quarter it just didn't get alive in life, because the three swans' salon brought about the change of lead, for the first time since the fifth minute – Blakey, Heeney and the second – Reid, promoting home expectations. The giants continue to dominate the alienation, inside the 50s and the disputed property, though, and targets Greene and Lloyd them back in front before the big break.
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About: So, we've started Sydney derby from SCG, where GWS visitors start running early, and the late West game from West between Freo and Bulldogs isn't too far away.
NRL, Broncos and Sharks have started their work, and it is the first blood to fight with Queensland clothing, and please try Corey Oates. And we just started the A-League late matches between Melbourne's Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers, but Super Rugby Waratah has just started off against the Sharks.
Super Netball: Collingwood 57-43 Sunshine Coast
They won only the last three games of the last season, but with the big staff at each end there was a little talk that this year Magpies would have a different chance. Geva Mentor has a huge impact on the back, keeping the Lightning C-Bass-smaller front line in a rather quiet place, while the other end of the Shimona Nelson 46 targets was included in the Sunshine Coast.
A bright start for Magpies, now for a week to back up a week.
League A: Newcastle Jets 2-0 Sydney FC
Jets fans are shameful that the season didn't work for another six weeks – but it's been too little, too late, because Novacastrians won 7/13 after 3/14 in the first half of the season. Roy O & # 39; Donovan's suspension in this game is important, as is the loss of life ahead of Joey Champness.
But at least they have sent home fans with a strong victory. Sydney FC will have to deal with this one-off game, and I hope that the injurious damage of Rhyan Grant will not provide a dynamic full back finale.
NRL: Wests Tigers 30-14 Titans
Ay-ee. Well, they got the first quarter, Titans; but the last sixty? No dice.
Jennings and Fonua doubled with the other half before the man made it with a thin layer late. 30 Missed Points Tigers and Fun Night at Tamworth Regional Rugby League fans.
AFL: St Kilda 10.8 (68) loses Adelaide 15.7 (97)
So, after flying out of blocks with a 4-1 start to the season, tonight is probably the more typical "St Kilda"? Is it the right St Kilda to get through or just a bad day at home?
Big Tex completed 4.2 with Matt Crouch and Rory Laird especially lively across the peat. Not too many elect for the Saints, whose first quarter-quarter hit returned to persecution when Crows became a game.
They move to eight, though perhaps temporarily – is it for Adelaide?
Super Netball – Half-Time: Collingwood 27-23 Sunshine Coast
Another tight play from our second round of discovery – it was the home side in front of 15-10 quarters and looked good before the second corner fluctuated with a lightning stroke of 13-12.
Outside the season Thunderbirds recruits the new Jamaican Shimon Nelson, top-score with 12 first-quarter points, with a new strike partner Nat Medhurst relatively weak, and 7-3 races to start second was a lightning strike back in the race, with Cara Koenen surprising. Keep an eye out – it's well prepared.
A-League – Half-Time: Newcastle Jets 1-0 Sydney FC
Since the go-go goal (to occupy a US football soccer competition), the kidnapped melee from the corner just in front of it is right there, and after you find the back foot for many breakthroughs, it's Jack, who's with his nose forward with the unlikely source of Ben Kantarovski.
He scored three career goals in about 12,000 odd minutes during the game, in the middle of the defense before the goal walk last season (five); it is now the ninth of the album.
Sydney FC has handed the A-League debut to the new defender Joel King, but except that it is by no means weaker than the team's second. Let's see how hard they are leaving this second half – the result will not affect the stairs, but you can imagine that Steve Corica still wants to come to the final in proper form.
NRL – Part time: Wests Tigers 16-14 Gold Coast
Tamworth is tight because Wests takes the NRL northwest toward the God / cotton country. They got the first 14 points – Titans, but from there they were like a pendulum, Mahe Fonua, Robert Jennings and Esan Marsters crossing the 12-minute purple patch on the "home" side.
Hand and lottery from Ryan Matterson on Fonas Knife is probably the choice of this action.
About: Okay, we're talking about sports activities right now, so let's shoot and see what's going on in the game.
AFL – Part-time: St Kilda 5.6 (36) trail Adelaide 8.1 (49)
He has come to his fair part of the flask at the beginning of the season, but when Tex is turned on, Crows is a wing. The earliest goal in the second quarter of the boy from Broken Hill, and then the four-goal ride to the visitor, is blown up by this one open – only late by Matthew Parker, retaining valuable respect for the saints after Adelaide pulled the 19-point lead in one step.
Great answer from the saints after the break – do they have them?
Super Netball: Vixens 73-61 Firebirds
They gave firefighters 8-1 heads, but they closed stronger and stronger as the game continued, Vixens winning in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters to finally close the game.
Liz Watson, who heads the court home with 37 goals and 46 feeds, with Caitlin Thwaites highlighting 50/51.
Emilijs Mannix took the player off the field as one of the season's favorites started in a flowing style.
AFL – Quarter Time: St Kilda 3.6 (24) Lead Adelaide 3.0 (18)
And we've started our second AFL six afternoon conflicts, and it's stable enough from home, though with better finish they could have been rope visitors after a 9-3 score. . Skipper Taylor Walker and Eddie Betts keep their reputable on Crows, but they will need to lift their ground game from Adelaide.
Super Netball – Half Time: Vixens 35-35 Firebirds
Oof. And we've started fashion mode Super Netball in the third season, and the biggest breaks are blocked! Visitors looking for a cruel ring with Romelda Aiken and Gretel Tippett firing 19/20 will compete in a four-point lead in the first break.
But Vixen GD Jo Weston returned to the competition, while at the other end Caitlin Thwaites and Tegan Philip shot flawless 20/20 to block the results.
Surfing: And if you missed Bells Beach's final results, I was pleased to announce that everyone survived the "50-year storm", including John John Florence, who was unbelieving on Friday after being blown near the rocks. But he was put back and his reward was the Bells Crown. Courtney Conlogue is also intimidating, ending the massive killing of Malia Manuel.
AFL: Gold Coast 9.8 (62) loses Brisbane 16.15 (111)
The reports of their deaths seem to be exaggerated, Lions. After the exaggeration in the hands of Essendon and Collingwood in four and five rounds, the early season high flyers returned to the pack. But they have installed the ship today.
Mitch Robinson and Cam Rayner with three pieces, with the former who showed all the action, including 25 touches, eight marks and five solutions. Lachie Neale is also returning to his best side with 26 destruction and six solutions, and even 1.1.
And there is a case to answer that it could be even more if some Lions had packed shooting slippers.
Hi all – from anywhere in this area we call the Earth you notice today. We've already got a couple of scores, so we'll jump right into it today.
I'll be in the chair for the next 4-5 hours or to forget me an email or Twitter if you want your name to be included in our lighting lights. Like Craig here:
Usually I ask for interesting statistics, knowledgeable insights or fun facts – but you know what, because I feel quixotic today I also allowed BANTZ. Hit me.
It's the Super Netball launch round – and Netball Australia's manager Marne Fechner in the third season, in words, you will have more competitions, more physicality, dare to say it, the more devastating impact. As many have pointed out, as long as those with whistles will adjust accordingly, we could be a hard fight, high octane Netty.
There are four games from the 6th round of AFL, with Q2 Clash and Sydney derby with excellent battles, while NRL Broncos will desperately want to go home 1-6 against sharks, and titans and tigers will be hunting for eight.
It is the last regular round of the A-League, but it looks like it's just a pride on the line in today's two bodies, while Super Rugby Waratah will gladly keep the heat of the conference leaders as they take sharks.
But we're starting with Super Netball, where our opening game in the 2019 season is Vixen, who takes on Firebirds.