AFL Round 7 – Hawthorn Vs Collingwood

Whoops, almost forgot to post… It was (apparently) a dismal game for us anyway. Of course, i didn’t see it. Heaven forbid….

Match Details

Saturday, May 3, 2008
MCG, 2.10pm AEST, crowd: 76,048
Conditions: tba
Weather: 16C; morning showers clearing, cloudy

 

1/4 time

1/2 time

3/4 time

Final

HAW

5.6-34 (22)

8.6-54 (21)

14.9-93 (25)

24.10-154 (65)

COL

2.0-12

5.3-33

10.8-68

13.11-89

Goals: Hawthorn: Lance Franklin 6.4, Jarryd Roughead 6.3, Williams 5.0, Hodge 2, Stuart Dew, Cyril Rioli, Clinton Young, Robert Campbell, Rick Ladson. Collingwood: Lockyer 4, Davis 2, Clarke, O’Bree, Medhurst, H.Shaw, Johnson, Maxwell, Swan.
Best: Hawthorn: Sam Mitchell, Brad Sewell, Lance Franklin, Jarryd Roughead, Luke Hodge, Mark Williams, Grant Birchall. Collingwood: Heath Shaw, Tarkyn Lockyer, Scott Pendlebury, Dane Swan, Martin Clarke.
Umpires: Chris Donlon, Stephen McBurney, Shaun Ryan.

 

Match Comments

  • The Hawks fell short of their best score of 146 meetings against the Pies – it remains as 25.22-172 in 1976-R3 at Princes Park
  • Q4 and 10.1-61 produced the biggest score of any quarter against the Pies, greater than 9.5-59 in 2001-R16 at the MCG
  • It was the first 10-goal term for Hawthorn since 10.0 in Q3 versus St Kilda in 1999-R12 at Waverley – it was the 21st time the Hawks have kicked double-digit goals in the last quarter and overall 41 times in a League match
  • The last occasion the Magpies had 10 goals kicked against them in a quarter was Carlton’s Q3 of 11.3 in 2000-R18 at Princes Park
  • 250th SCOTT BURNS (Collingwood 1995-2008)
  • no other new match records were noted
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