AFL Round 4: Saints Beat Pies, and Tigers Kept the Ball moving, won all four games of the season

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AFL Round 4: Collingwood vs. St Kilda

St Kilda won their second match of the season, Collingwood faced defeat at Etihad Stadium on round 4

Although Saints were not accurate at scoring goals, but eventually find a way to outclass Pies, thanks to shabby play from pies.

Four of the total five goals of Saints were scored in 3rd quarter, it was well enough to pass the Magpies in a scrappy 9.15 (69) to 7.13 (55) win.


St Kilda’s oppressive forward line forced pressure on Magpies’ defenders to cough the ball up time and again. Consequently, they outclassed their opponents 85-55. But unfortunately, the Saints were not able to take full advantage on the scoreboard.

Meanwhile, it was enough to seal the victory over pies and secured the second win of the season.

AFL Round 4 Match Facts

COLLINGWOOD 2.6 3.7   5.8    7.13 (55)
ST KILDA            1.3  4.7  8.12   9.15 (69)

 Hoskin-Elliott 2, Fasolo, Crisp, White, Blair, Schade
St Kilda: Bruce 2, Membrey 2, Montagna, Gresham, Riewoldt, Acres, Billings

Official crowd Recorded: 36,650 at Etihad Stadium

AFL Round 4 Richmond Vs Brisbane Lions 

Richmond beat Lion and kept the winning streak open; it’s their best start since 22 years. They beat Lions with a comprehensive victory of 52 points 17.17 (119) to 10.7 (67).afl round 4

Richmond’s fate is flying high, with a 4-0 start of the season after 1995. The unbeaten streak is continued with Adelaide.

Richmond started the second quarter with the burst of 5 goals and achieved the 43 points lead, and after that, they never seemed to relinquish.

The win marks the Tigers’ 10th straight over the Lions and continues an unbeaten streak at the Gabba that dates back to 2004.

AFL Round 4 Match Facts:

BRISBANE LIONS     3.2     4.3       8.6       10.6      (67)
RICHMOND                5.6    10.9    13.14    17.17    (119)

Brisbane Lions: 
Hipwood 2, Zorko 2, D. Beams 2, Bell, Schache, Taylor, Robinson
Richmond: Riewoldt 4, Castagna 4, Rioli 2, Grimes, Nankervis, Menadue, Cotchin, Grigg, Caddy, Butler

Official crowd Recorded: 21,669 at the Gabba


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