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Round 1

Thur, 24 March: Carlton 14.20 (104) def. Richmond 13.6 (84) MCG (Crowd: 60,654)
Fri, 25 March: Geelong 6.12 (48) def. St Kilda 6.11 (47) MCG (Crowd: 42,869)
Sat, 26 March: Collingwood 24.11 (155) def. Port Adelaide 12.8 (80) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 35,773)
Sat, 26 March: Adelaide 16.9 (105) def. Hawthorn 12.13 (85) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 42,536)
Sat, 26 March: Brisbane Lions 14.8 (92) def. by Fremantle 13.16 (94) The Gabba (Crowd: 23,373)
Sun, 27 March: Essendon 16.17 (113) def. Western Bulldogs 8.10 (58) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 42,617)
Sun, 27 March: Melbourne 11.18 (84) drew with Sydney 11.18 (84) MCG (Crowd: 33,951)
Sun, 27 March: West Coast 13.14 (92) def. North Melbourne 13.10 (88) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 35,878)
Bye: Gold Coast

Adelaide commemorated 20 years since joining the AFL with a rematch against Hawthorn, their first opponent in this competition in their inaugural 1991 season. The Crows won the game, as they did in 1991.
The draw between Sydney and Melbourne was the first opening round draw since 1982. Heading into the match, neither side had won a round one fixture since 2005.

Round 2

Fri, 1 April: St Kilda 13.17 (95) drew with Richmond 14.11 (95) MCG (Crowd: 41,465)
Sat, 2 April: North Melbourne 7.14 (56) def. by Collingwood 21.17 (143) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 40,578)
Sat, 2 April: Port Adelaide 15.8 (98) def. by West Coast 16.20 (116) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 23,214)
Sat, 2 April: Gold Coast 7.10 (52) def. by Carlton 26.15 (171) The Gabba (Crowd: 27,914)
Sat, 2 April: Fremantle 10.18 (78) def. by Geelong 13.11 (89) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 37,004)
Sun, 3 April: Western Bulldogs 19.9 (123) def. Brisbane Lions 6.9 (45) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 22,331)
Sun, 3 April: Sydney 14.14 (98) def. Essendon 13.15 (93) ANZ Stadium (Crowd: 28,082)
Sun, 3 April: Hawthorn 16.26 (122) def. Melbourne 12.5 (77) MCG (Crowd: 49,905)
Bye: Adelaide

The new team, Gold Coast, made their AFL Premiership debut against Carlton at The Gabba. Carlton's score of 26.15 (171) was their highest in a match since 2000, and the winning margin, 119 points, was their greatest since 2001.
Richmond drew with St Kilda, ending the club's 13-game losing streak against the Saints, but extending the winless streak against the same opponent to 14 games; Richmond has not beaten St Kilda since Round 4, 2003.
West Coast defeated Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium for the first time since 1998, ending a streak lasting nine games.
For the first time since 1911 there was a draw in each of the first two rounds of the season.

Round 3

Fri, 8 April: Collingwood 15.12 (102) def. Carlton 11.8 (74) MCG (Crowd: 88,181)
Sat, 9 April: Western Bulldogs 18.14 (122) def. Gold Coast 7.9 (51) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 21,373)
Sat, 9 April: Adelaide 7.12 (54) def. by Fremantle 11.13 (79) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 33,414)
Sat, 9 April: Richmond 6.16 (52) def. by Hawthorn 17.13 (115) MCG (Crowd: 46,368)
Sat, 9 April: West Coast 13.10 (88) def. by Sydney 15.11 (101) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 37,288)
Sun, 10 April: Melbourne 12.10 (82) def. Brisbane Lions 11.5 (71) MCG (Crowd: 24,380)
Sun, 10 April: Geelong 17.20 (122) def. Port Adelaide 6.7 (43) Skilled Stadium (Crowd: 22,420)
Sun, 10 April: St Kilda 12.12 (84) def. by Essendon 21.10 (136) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 47,762)
Bye: North Melbourne

Matthew Pavlich became Fremantle's club game record holder, breaking former Docker Shane Parker's 238-game record.
Western Bulldog Barry Hall kicked his 700th goal in the AFL to become the 20th player to do so.
Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson attained AFL Life Membership with his 300th game as a player and coach.
Nick Riewoldt played his 200th AFL game for St Kilda.

Round 4

Fri, 15 April: Richmond 13.12 (90) def. by Collingwood 24.17 (161) MCG (Crowd: 58,050)
Sat, 16 April: Hawthorn 10.12 (72) def. West Coast 9.11 (65) Aurora Stadium (Crowd: 15,063)
Sat, 16 April: Carlton 11.13 (79) drew with Essendon 11.13 (79) MCG (Crowd: 78,605)
Sat, 16 April: Sydney 7.12 (54) def. by Geelong 11.15 (81) SCG (Crowd: 25,300)
Sat, 16 April: Port Adelaide 14.14 (98) def. Adelaide 9.12 (66) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 33,143)
Sun, 17 April: Gold Coast 9.15 (69) def. by Melbourne 23.21 (159) The Gabba (Crowd: 12,111)
Sun, 17 April: Fremantle 18.19 (127) def. North Melbourne 14.14 (98) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 34,779)
Bye: Brisbane Lions, St Kilda, Western Bulldogs

Collingwood's score of 24.17 (161) was their highest ever against Richmond. Also it is the first time that Collingwood has won their first four matches for the season since 2000.
The draw between Carlton and Essendon was the third of the season, and the third between the two sides since 1993. It also meant that four of the last 12 games played at the MCG were drawn, and it is the first time since 1914 that there were three draws in the first four rounds of the season.
Darren Glass of West Coast played his 200th game.
The longest and second longest active streaks of consecutive games played were both broken this weekend: Kane Cornes of Port Adelaide was omitted after 174 consecutive games, and Collingwood's Darren Jolly was injured after 142 consecutive matches.
This was the first time that AFL games were played in every state of Australia during the same round, and only the third time since it opened in 2000, as well as the only round of the season where no games were played at Etihad Stadium.
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Round 5

Thur, 21 April: Brisbane Lions 11.10 (76) def. by St Kilda 13.11 (89) The Gabba (Crowd: 22,520)
Sat, 23 April: Port Adelaide 15.11 (101) def. by Gold Coast 15.14 (104) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 21,287)
Sat, 23 April: Carlton 11.19 (85) def. Adelaide 12.7 (79) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 37,607)
Sun, 24 April: North Melbourne 14.19 (103) def. by Richmond 17.10 (112) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 36,461)
Mon, 25 April: Essendon 11.11 (77) def. by Collingwood 16.11 (107) MCG (Crowd: 89,626)
Mon, 25 April: Fremantle 12.13 (85) def. Western Bulldogs 11.12 (78) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 37,551)
Tue, 26 April Hawthorn 15.8 (98) def. by Geelong 17.15 (117) MCG (Crowd: 78,579)
Bye: Melbourne, Sydney, West Coast

Round 5 marked the beginning of what the AFL termed a 'Footy Fiesta', with 14 games being played across 11 days (Rounds 5 and 6), with only two football-free days in between.

Gold Coast recorded their first victory at AFL premiership level, defeating Port Adelaide by three points. Gold Coast trailed by 40 points late in the third quarter, before recovering to win the match; Port Adelaide's Justin Westhoff missed a 45m set shot after the siren which would have won the game for the Power.

Fremantle defeated Western Bulldogs for the first time since 2005, and the crowd of 37,551 was the largest between the two teams passing the 35,624 set in round 8, 2008.

Round 6

Thur, 28 April: West Coast 15.16 (106) def. Melbourne 6.16 (52) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 36,298)
Fri, 29 April: Sydney 10.11 (71) def. by Carlton 12.15 (87) SCG (Crowd: 28,081)
Sat, 30 April: North Melbourne 18.25 (133) def. Port Adelaide 10.13 (73) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 16,014)
Sat, 30 April: Richmond 18.16 (124) def. Brisbane Lions 14.14 (98) MCG (Crowd: 37,438)
Sat, 30 April: Adelaide 13.12 (90) def. St Kilda 9.17 (71) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 33,854)
Sun, 1 May: Essendon 31.11 (197) def. Gold Coast 8.10 (58) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 33,710)
Sun, 1 May: Collingwood 15.15 (105) def. Western Bulldogs 8.9 (57) MCG (Crowd: 53,776)
Bye: Fremantle, Geelong, Hawthorn

Carlton won their first match in Sydney since 1993, after a streak of ten consecutive losses in the city (seven at the S.C.G. and three at ANZ Stadium).

Essendon's first quarter score of 15.4 (94) against Gold Coast was the highest score in a quarter of football since 1919, and is the highest-scoring first quarter of all time. Essendon's final score of 31.11 (197) was their highest since 2000, and their final winning margin of 139 points was their highest since 1989.

Umpire Michael Vozzo qualified for AFL Life membership with his 300th match; Western Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade also coached his 300th AFL match.

Round 7

Fri, 6 May: Port Adelaide 10.12 (72) def. by Hawthorn 15.14 (104) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 21,819)
Sat, 7 May: Western Bulldogs 10.5 (65) def. by Sydney 10.13 (73) Manuka Oval (Crowd: 10,184)
Sat, 7 May: Geelong 19.13 (127) def. North Melbourne 9.7 (61) Skilled Stadium (Crowd: 23,669)
Sat, 7 May: Richmond 23.10 (148) def. Fremantle 14.15 (99) MCG (Crowd: 34,090)
Sat, 7 May: Gold Coast 18.16 (124) def. Brisbane Lions 17.14 (116) The Gabba (Crowd: 25,501)
Sun, 8 May: Essendon 16.10 (106) def. West Coast 12.18 (90) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 33,631)
Sun, 8 May: Melbourne 22.17 (149) def. Adelaide 8.5 (53) MCG (Crowd: 19,987)
Mon, 9 May: St Kilda 12.9 (81) def. by Carlton 11.18 (84) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 41,576)
Bye: Collingwood

In a VFL/AFL first, two twin brothers, Chris and Brad Scott, went head to head as coaches in Geelong's victory of North Melbourne. Geelong's win was their 25th consecutive victory at Kardinia Park, breaking the VFL/AFL record for most successive wins at one venue. The record was previously held jointly by Richmond at Punt Road Oval (1932-1935) and South Melbourne at Lake Oval (1934-1936). Geelong would ultimately extend the streak to 29 wins before losing in Round 23.

In what was dubbed the "QClash", Gold Coast and the Brisbane Lions, the two Queensland teams, played their first ever regular-season game against each other. Gold Coast won the game by 8 points.

This was the first round since Fremantle's admission to the AFL in 1995 that no match was played in Western Australia.

Melbourne recorded their biggest ever victory over Adelaide, winning by 96 points. It was Melbourne's biggest ever win under Dean Bailey, and Adelaide's largest defeat since 2004.

Round 8

Fri, 13 May: Geelong 8.17 (65) def. Collingwood 9.8 (62) MCG (Crowd: 81,691)
Sat, 14 May: North Melbourne 19.10 (124) def. Melbourne 12.11 (83) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 23,536)
Sat, 14 May: Adelaide 20.10 (130) def. Gold Coast 9.19 (73) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 36,056)
Sat, 14 May: Brisbane Lions 9.12 (66) def. by Essendon 15.12 (102) The Gabba (Crowd: 24,921)
Sat, 14 May: Sydney 18.13 (121) def. Port Adelaide 9.5 (59) SCG (Crowd: 20,719)
Sun, 15 May: Hawthorn 14.15 (99) def. St Kilda 10.9 (69) MCG (Crowd: 42,453)
Sun, 15 May: Western Bulldogs 23.15 (153) def. Richmond 18.10 (118) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 39,141)
Sun, 15 May: West Coast 14.12 (96) def. Fremantle 9.9 (63) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 40,567)
Bye: Carlton

Geelong ended Collingwood's 10-game undefeated streak which had lasted since Round 22, 2010.

North Melbourne recorded their ninth win in a row against Melbourne. Melbourne has never defeated North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium.
Luke Power achieved AFL Life Membership by playing his 300th game for the Brisbane Lions.

Essendon recorded their first win at the Gabba since Round 8, 2000, after seven consecutive losses. The Brisbane Lions recorded the club's worst ever start to a season, losing their first seven games.

West Coast won their first Western Derby since Round 3, 2007, ending Fremantle's seven-derby winning streak.
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Round 9

Fri, 20 May: Carlton 14.16 (100) def. by Geelong 15.12 (102) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 48,429)
Sat, 21 May: St Kilda 16.10 (106) def. Melbourne 13.8 (86) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 28,863)
Sat, 21 May: Port Adelaide 14.6 (90) def. by Fremantle 21.16 (142) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 16,274)
Sat, 21 May: Brisbane Lions 10.13 (73) def. North Melbourne 8.11 (59) The Gabba (Crowd: 18,404)
Sat, 21 May: Richmond 16.9 (105) def. Essendon 13.11 (89) MCG (Crowd: 83,563)
Sun, 22 May: Collingwood 20.15 (135) def. Adelaide 14.8 (92) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 38,849)
Sun, 22 May: Sydney 8.12 (60) def. by Hawthorn 15.16 (106) SCG (Crowd: 33,136)
Sun, 22 May: West Coast 26.19 (175) def. Western Bulldogs 8.4 (52) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 37,308)
Bye: Gold Coast

West Coast set new records for their highest score, 26.19 (175), and greatest winning margin, 123 points, in matches against the Western Bulldogs. Josh Kennedy scored 10.3 (63), a record for any player in matches played at Patersons Stadium. It was the Bulldogs' worst defeat since Round 2, 1996, and the seventh worst defeat in the club's history.

Round 10

Fri, 27 May: Melbourne 6.10 (46) def. by Carlton 13.15 (93) MCG (Crowd: 47,464)
Sat, 28 May: North Melbourne 9.17 (71) def. by Sydney 10.12 (72) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 24,267)
Sat, 28 May: Fremantle 7.14 (56) def. by St Kilda 15.12 (102) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 35,483)
Sat, 28 May: Gold Coast 10.13 (73) def. by Geelong 21.13 (139) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 21,485)
Sat, 28 May: Richmond 10.14 (74) def. by Port Adelaide 13.11 (89) TIO Stadium (Crowd: 11,506)
Sun, 29 May: Adelaide 8.13 (61) def. by Brisbane Lions 15.11 (101) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 34,583)
Sun, 29 May: Collingwood 16.9 (105) def. West Coast 7.11 (53) MCG (Crowd: 52,560)
Sun, 29 May: Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) def. by Hawthorn 13.13 (91) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 30,747)
Bye: Essendon

Gold Coast played their first home game at the renovated Metricon Stadium, otherwise known as Carrara Stadium. The match set a new VFL/AFL attendance record for the venue of 21,485.

Round 11

Fri, 3 June: Essendon 10.8 (68) def. by Melbourne 15.11 (101) MCG (Crowd: 53,077)
Sat, 4 June: West Coast 13.7 (85) def. Gold Coast 10.7 (67) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 36,815)
Sat, 4 June: Geelong 23.10 (148) def. Western Bulldogs 13.9 (87) Skilled Stadium (Crowd: 25,078)
Sat, 4 June: Collingwood 16.12 (108) def. St Kilda 7.9 (51) MCG (Crowd: 62,991)
Sat, 4 June: Brisbane Lions 7.9 (51) def. by Sydney 17.14 (116) The Gabba (Crowd: 22,150)
Sun, 5 June: Hawthorn 17.9 (111) def. Fremantle 13.11 (89) MCG (Crowd: 31,925)
Sun, 5 June: North Melbourne 18.7 (115) def. Adelaide 10.8 (68) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 18,185)
Sun, 5 June: Port Adelaide 7.7 (49) def. by Carlton 16.15 (111) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 23,192)
Bye: Richmond

Leigh Brown played his 50th game for Collingwood and by doing so became only the second man to play at least 50 games for three different clubs. The first was Glenn Coleman. Gary Ablett, Jr. (Gold Coast) played his 200th AFL game.

Round 12

Fri, 10 June: St Kilda 12.9 (81) def. Western Bulldogs 8.9 (57) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 31,237)
Sat, 11 June: Adelaide 10.7 (67) def. by West Coast 15.16 (106) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 31,412)
Sat, 11 June: Gold Coast 9.9 (63) def. by North Melbourne 18.14 (122) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 14,945[24])
Sat, 11 June: Geelong 13.10 (88) def. Hawthorn 13.5 (83) MCG (Crowd: 63,476)
Sun, 12 June: Carlton 19.10 (124) def. Brisbane Lions 9.9 (63) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 43,617)
Sun, 12 June: Sydney 9.21 (75) def. Richmond 9.11 (65) SCG (Crowd: 23,782)
Sun, 12 June: Fremantle 15.8 (98) def. Essendon 9.10 (64) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 35,824)
Mon, 13 June: Melbourne 6.5 (41) def. by Collingwood 19.15 (129) MCG (Crowd: 75,998)
Bye: Port Adelaide

Brent Harvey played his 312th game for North Melbourne, breaking the club games record previously held by Glenn Archer.

Geelong coach Chris Scott Geelong's broke the 1932 record of South Melbourne's Johnny Leonard by winning the opening 11 matches of his debut coaching season; Scott would win a further 2 matches to set the record at 13.

Collingwood's 88-point victory over Melbourne is the biggest ever win in the Queen's Birthday clash since it commenced in 2001. Mick Malthouse coached his 650th AFL match - 135 with Footscray (1984-89), 243 with West Coast (1990-99) and 272 with Collingwood since 2000.
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Round 13

Fri, 17 June: Western Bulldogs 14.16 (100) def. Adelaide 10.10 (70) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 19,363)
Sat, 18 June: Hawthorn 19.15 (129) def. Gold Coast 8.10 (58) Aurora Stadium (Crowd: 16,377)
Sat, 18 June: Essendon 12.18 (90) def. by North Melbourne 17.9 (111) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 42,329)
Sat, 18 June: Brisbane Lions 14.10 (94) def. by Richmond 18.17 (125) The Gabba (Crowd: 21,510)
Sat, 18 June: St Kilda 11.6 (72) def. by Geelong 15.10 (100) MCG (Crowd: 39,539)
Sun, 19 June: Melbourne 22.17 (149) def. Fremantle 8.12 (60) MCG (Crowd: 19,092)
Sun, 19 June: Carlton 15.10 (100) def. Sydney 10.6 (66) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 42,788)
Sun, 19 June: West Coast 15.20 (110) def. Port Adelaide 13.10 (88) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 35,059)
Bye: Collingwood

Stephen McBurney umpired his 350th match, and Shaun Ryan became the fastest umpire to officiate 200 AFL matches.

Melbourne recorded its biggest ever victory over Fremantle, winning by 89 points.

Round 14

Fri, 24 June: Hawthorn 23.8 (146) def. Essendon 12.9 (81) MCG (Crowd: 64,537)
Sat, 25 June: Gold Coast 13.10 (88) def. by Western Bulldogs 17.8 (110) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 16,149)
Sat, 25 June: Richmond 13.13 (91) def. by Melbourne 17.16 (118) MCG (Crowd: 61,900)
Sat, 25 June: Sydney 14.9 (93) def. by Collingwood 13.21 (99) ANZ Stadium (Crowd: 38,053)
Sat, 25 June: Fremantle 12.16 (88) def. Brisbane Lions 10.5 (65) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 30,330)
Sun, 26 June: Geelong 19.11 (125) def. Adelaide 10.13 (73) Skilled Stadium (Crowd: 23,246)
Sun, 26 June: Carlton 10.7 (67) def. by West Coast 15.13 (103) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 38,241)
Sun, 26 June: Port Adelaide 14.7 (91) def. by North Melbourne 21.10 (136) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 17,275)
Bye: St Kilda

Barry Hall qualified for AFL Life membership after playing his 300th match.

Round 15

Fri, 1 July: Western Bulldogs 19.13 (127) def. Melbourne 8.15 (63) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 29,516)
Sat, 2 July: Fremantle 17.10 (112) def. Gold Coast 9.8 (62) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 28,646)
Sat, 2 July: Richmond 12.9 (81) def. by Carlton 28.16 (184) MCG (Crowd: 59,650)
Sat, 2 July: Essendon 18.7 (115) def. Geelong 16.15 (111) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 43,806)
Sat, 2 July: Adelaide 8.9 (57) def. Sydney 6.14 (50) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 23,063)
Sun, 3 July: Brisbane Lions 15.9 (99) def. Port Adelaide 13.10 (88) The Gabba (Crowd: 17,276)
Sun, 3 July: Collingwood 15.16 (106) def. Hawthorn 9.11 (65) MCG (Crowd: 83,985)
Sun, 3 July: North Melbourne 10.10 (70) def. by St Kilda 12.7 (79) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 29,693)
Bye: West Coast

Carlton recorded its highest ever score against Richmond, kicking 28.16 (184).

Essendon ended Geelong's thirteen-game winning streak.

Adelaide recorded its lowest ever home crowd of 23,063.

Round 16

Fri, 8 July: West Coast 14.12 (96) def. Geelong 13.10 (88) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 40,164)
Sat, 9 July: Hawthorn 16.9 (105) def. Brisbane Lions 9.9 (63) Aurora Stadium (Crowd: 14,604)
Sat, 9 July: Gold Coast 4.12 (36) def. by Sydney 15.16 (106) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 16,488)
Sat, 9 July: Essendon 15.15 (105) def. Richmond 9.12 (66) MCG (Crowd: 55,442)
Sun, 10 July: Collingwood 22.15 (147) def. North Melbourne 3.12 (30) MCG (Crowd: 53,601)
Sun, 10 July: Port Adelaide 8.5 (53) def. by St Kilda 17.7 (109) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 16,887)
Sun, 10 July: Western Bulldogs 14.12 (96) def. Carlton 9.15 (69) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 38,582)
Bye: Adelaide, Fremantle, Melbourne

Jonathan Brown became the Brisbane Lions' all-time leading goalkicker, surpassing Daniel Bradshaw's total of 496.

Collingwood recorded its largest ever victory over North Melbourne, by a margin of 117 points.
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Round 17

Fri, 15 July: Adelaide 10.13 (73) def. by Essendon 12.12 (84) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 38,118)
Sat, 16 July: Richmond 9.16 (70) def. by Gold Coast 12.13 (85) Cazaly's Stadium (Crowd: 10,382)
Sat, 16 July: Carlton 11.13 (79) def. by Collingwood 13.20 (98) MCG (Crowd: 85,936)
Sat, 16 July: St Kilda 13.4 (82) def. West Coast 9.7 (61) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 31,416)
Sat, 16 July: Melbourne 17.11 (113) def. Port Adelaide 14.8 (92) TIO Stadium (Crowd: 7,255)
Sun, 17 July: Sydney 13.9 (87) def. by Fremantle 15.8 (98) SCG (Crowd: 23,415)
Sun, 17 July: Brisbane Lions 15.14 (104) def. by Geelong 20.13 (133) The Gabba (Crowd: 19,906)
Sun, 17 July: North Melbourne 21.16 (142) def. Western Bulldogs 17.9 (111) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 22,754)
Bye: Hawthorn

For the first time, Cazaly's Stadium in Cairns played host to a premiership match when Richmond hosted the Gold Coast. This was the first time that two matches were played in Queensland during a single round.

Essendon coach James Hird earned AFL life membership with his 300th game as a player and coach.

Barry Hall became the first player to score more than 100 career goals with three different league clubs.

Round 18

Fri, 22 July: St Kilda 19.13 (127) def. Adelaide 3.6 (24) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 26,546)
Sat, 23 July: North Melbourne 17.20 (122) def. Brisbane Lions 11.11 (77) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 20,809)
Sat, 23 July: Sydney 16.18 (114) def. Western Bulldogs 11.9 (75) SCG (Crowd: 19,449)
Sat, 23 July: Gold Coast 11.9 (75) def. by Collingwood 19.15 (129) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 23,302)
Sat, 23 July: Essendon 12.7 (79) def. by Carlton 24.9 (153) MCG (Crowd: 74,123)
Sun, 24 July: Geelong 17.11 (113) def. Richmond 7.9 (51) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 33,761)
Sun, 24 July: Melbourne 12.6 (78) def. by Hawthorn 20.12 (132) MCG (Crowd: 39,782)
Sun, 24 July: Fremantle 9.10 (64) def. by West Coast 8.17 (65) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 41,055)
Bye: Port Adelaide

Adelaide's score of 3.6 (24) set a new record as the lowest match score ever in club history, breaking the previous club record of 4.7 (31) set in Round 7, 1991, also against St Kilda; and, it set a new record as the lowest match score ever at Etihad Stadium. It was also the lowest score conceded in a match by St Kilda since Round 12, 1971. Following the loss, Neil Craig stepped down as Adelaide head coach, effective immediately, to be replaced by Mark Bickley as caretaker.

A new record crowd for any event at Metricon Stadium was set when 23,302 spectators watched Gold Coast play Collingwood. Reportedly, 7,000 of those spectators were Collingwood supporters who made the trip from Melbourne to watch the match.

Round 19

Fri, 29 July: North Melbourne 9.8 (62) def. by Carlton 11.14 (80) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 41,332)
Sat, 30 July: Western Bulldogs 15.5 (95) def. by West Coast 15.13 (103) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 28,883)
Sat, 30 July: Geelong 37.11 (233) def. Melbourne 7.5 (47) Skilled Stadium (Crowd: 22,716)
Sat, 30 July: Gold Coast 6.18 (54) def. by St Kilda 10.14 (74) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 17,482)
Sat, 30 July: Fremantle 6.8 (44) def. by Hawthorn 13.17 (95) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 30,937)
Sun, 31 July: Collingwood 25.16 (166) def. Essendon 14.8 (92) MCG (Crowd: 73,163)
Sun, 31 July: Adelaide 16.15 (111) def. Port Adelaide 11.13 (79) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 40,586)
Bye: Brisbane Lions, Richmond, Sydney

Geelong's final score of 37.11 (233) was the second-highest ever scored by Geelong, the second-highest score ever conceded by Melbourne, the highest score ever at Skilled Stadium, the fourth-highest score of all-time, and the highest score by any team since quarters were shortened to 20 minutes in 1994.

Geelong's final winning margin of 186 points was Geelong's highest ever, the highest ever at Skilled Stadium, the second-highest ever conceded by Melbourne, the second-highest of all-time, and the largest since quarters were shortened to 20 minutes in 1994.

Geelong's second quarter score of 12.1 (73) was the highest ever by Geelong, and the equal-highest ever conceded by Melbourne.
Geelong's leading margin at half-time of 114 points was the second-highest of all-time (the highest, 120 points, occurred in Round 8, 1993).
Geelong's half-time score of 20.4 (124) was the second-highest in Geelong's history, and the highest ever conceded by Melbourne.
Geelong's score of 37.11 featured 26 more goals than behinds, a new VFL/AFL record (the previous record of 23 was set by Geelong in Round 6, 2007).

Geelong recorded 510 disposals through the game, a new record.
Geelong became the first team to score more than fifty points in each of the four quarters of a match.
Melbourne coach Dean Bailey was sacked by the club at an emergency board meeting on the day after the 186-point loss, to be replaced immediately by Todd Viney as caretaker.

Darren Jolly (Collingwood), Adam McPhee (Fremantle) and Ryan Houlihan (Carlton) played their 200th AFL games.

Round 20

Fri, 5 August: St Kilda 16.17 (113) def. Fremantle 10.12 (72) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 26,181)
Sat, 6 August: Geelong 29.14 (188) def. Gold Coast 6.2 (38) Skilled Stadium (Crowd: 24,588)
Sat, 6 August: Carlton 21.8 (134) def. Melbourne 7.16 (58) MCG (Crowd: 42,342)
Sat, 6 August: Essendon 15.10 (100) def. Sydney 14.15 (99) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 38,722)
Sat, 6 August: Port Adelaide 3.3 (21) def. by Collingwood 23.21 (159) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 21,863)
Sun, 7 August: Brisbane Lions 16.9 (105) def. by Adelaide 16.14 (110) The Gabba (Crowd: 17,930)
Sun, 7 August: Hawthorn 15.13 (103) def. North Melbourne 13.8 (86) Aurora Stadium (Crowd: 16,820)
Sun, 7 August: West Coast 22.15 (147) def. Richmond 14.6 (90) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 38,106)
Bye: Western Bulldogs

Geelong became the first VFL/AFL team to win 17 or more home and away matches in five consecutive seasons.

Geelong became the first team since St Kilda in 2004 to win consecutive games by more than 100 points, and the first ever to win consecutive games by 150 points or more. The consecutive wins against Melbourne and Gold Coast, with a combined margin of 336 points, was the highest combined margin in consecutive wins of all time, breaking Sydney's record of 293 set in 1987.

Gold Coast's defeat of 150 points was the club's largest in its inaugural season.

Port Adelaide's final score of 3.3 (21) and its losing margin of 138 points against Collingwood were in both cases new records as the worst in club history; the new record-losing margin for the club lasted only until the following round. Port Adelaide's total of six scoring shots was the fewest in club history, and the fewest by any team since Round 12, 1971. For Collingwood, the winning margin was its highest since Round 4 1979, and the third biggest win in its history.
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2011 AFL SEASON

Round 21

Fri, 12 August: St Kilda 10.10 (70) def. by Collingwood 14.5 (89) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 46,505)
Sat, 13 August: Hawthorn 31.11 (197) def. Port Adelaide 5.2 (32) MCG (Crowd: 27,532)
Sat, 13 August: Fremantle 12.13 (85) def. by Carlton 16.19 (115) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 34,737)
Sat, 13 August: Western Bulldogs 15.11 (101) def. by Essendon 23.12 (150) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 38,986)
Sat, 13 August: Brisbane Lions 18.15 (123) def. Gold Coast 8.13 (61) The Gabba (Crowd: 23,565)
Sun, 14 August: Melbourne 9.8 (62) def. by West Coast 16.14 (110) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 15,740)
Sun, 14 August: Richmond 14.15 (99) def. Sydney 7.14 (56) MCG (Crowd: 34,337)
Sun, 14 August: Adelaide 12.12 (85) def. by Geelong 14.12 (96) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 33,576)
Bye: North Melbourne

Stephen Milne surpassed Matthew Lloyd's record of most goals kicked at Docklands Stadium by kicking his 300th goal at the venue.

Hawthorn's winning margin of 165 points against Port Adelaide was the highest winning margin in Hawthorn's history (surpassing the previous record of 160 points set in 1992), the highest winning margin at the MCG and the highest losing margin in Port Adelaide's history (surpassing the record of 138 points set the previous week). Hawthorn's half time lead of 92 points was the biggest half time lead in Hawthorn's history and the biggest half time lead at the MCG.

Port Adelaide's consecutive heavy losses against Collingwood and Hawthorn were by a total of 303 points, a new VFL/AFL record for the heaviest pair of consecutive defeats, breaking the record of 269 points set by Melbourne in 1979.

Jimmy Bartel (Geelong) played his 200th AFL game.

This was the last round coached for the season by Western Bulldogs coach Rodney Eade. His contract was not renewed for 2012, and he elected to stand aside immediately rather than complete the season. Paul Williams replaced him as caretaker for the last three matches.

Round 22

Fri, 19 August: Carlton 8.18 (66) def. by Hawthorn 10.18 (78) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 52,052)
Sat, 20 August: Gold Coast 9.10 (64) def. by Adelaide 18.17 (125) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 16,168)
Sat, 20 August: West Coast 20.14 (134) def. Essendon 11.11 (77) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 38,253)
Sat, 20 August: North Melbourne 21.17 (143) def. Fremantle 6.9 (45) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 17,581)
Sat, 20 August: Collingwood 14.18 (102) def. Brisbane Lions 13.6 (84) MCG (Crowd: 47,788)
Sun, 21 August: Sydney 10.23 (83) def. St Kilda 10.8 (68) ANZ Stadium (Crowd: 25,025)
Sun, 21 August: Port Adelaide 15.7 (97) def. by Western Bulldogs 24.13 (157) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 14,169)
Sun, 21 August: Melbourne 17.8 (110) def. by Richmond 17.15 (117) MCG (Crowd: 36,321)
Bye: Geelong

Scott Thompson (Adelaide) recorded 51 disposals against Gold Coast, the most since Greg Williams' 53 disposals in 1989.

Antoni Grover (Fremantle) played his 200th AFL game.

Sydney recorded its lowest ever crowd for a regular season match played at ANZ Stadium with just over 25,000 in attendance.

Round 23

Fri, 26 August: Fremantle 8.4 (52) def. by Collingwood 20.12 (132) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 31,985)
Sat, 27 August: Hawthorn 16.17 (113) def. Western Bulldogs 10.7 (67) MCG (Crowd: 42,198)
Sat, 27 August: Geelong 12.14 (86) def. by Sydney 15.9 (99) Skilled Stadium (Crowd: 25,900)
Sat, 27 August: St Kilda 19.21 (135) def. North Melbourne 10.10 (70) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 35,848)
Sat, 27 August: Brisbane Lions 11.15 (81) def. by West Coast 13.11 (89) The Gabba (Crowd: 13,500)
Sun, 28 August: Adelaide 15.9 (99) def. by Richmond 17.19 (121) AAMI Stadium (Crowd: 38,023)
Sun, 28 August: Melbourne 17.10 (112) def. Gold Coast 12.10 (82) MCG (Crowd: 21,534)
Sun, 28 August: Essendon 17.18 (120) def. Port Adelaide 17.11 (113) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 34,849)
Bye: Carlton

Geelong lost its first match at Skilled Stadium since Round 21, 2007, ending a streak of 29 consecutive victories at Skilled Stadium, the most by any club at any venue. It was Sydney's first win over Geelong since Round 5, 2006, ending a nine-match losing streak, and its first win at Skilled Stadium since Round 8, 1999, ending a seven-match losing streak.

After Geelong's loss to Sydney, Collingwood clinched the minor premiership (and the McClelland Trophy) for the second consecutive year. Additionally, West Coast clinched a top-four finish with its win over Brisbane.

The Brisbane Lions and West Coast played in front of a crowd of 13,500, the lowest ever for a Brisbane Lions home game at The Gabba, and the lowest for a Brisbane-based club at the Gabba since Round 22, 1995.

Round 24

Fri, 2 September: Collingwood 8.5 (53) def. by Geelong 22.17 (149) MCG (Crowd: 85,705)
Sat, 3 September: Gold Coast 14.13 (97) def. by Hawthorn 16.10 (106) Metricon Stadium (Crowd: 19,314)
Sat, 3 September: Western Bulldogs 15.17 (107) def. Fremantle 8.13 (61) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 18,128)
Sat, 3 September: Sydney 18.11 (119) def. Brisbane Lions 9.13 (67) SCG (Crowd: 27,721)
Sat, 3 September: West Coast 22.13 (145) def. Adelaide 7.8 (50) Patersons Stadium (Crowd: 36,062)
Sat, 3 September: Carlton 9.12 (66) def. by St Kilda 13.8 (86) MCG (Crowd: 55,606)
Sun, 4 September: Port Adelaide 17.10 (112) def. Melbourne 15.14 (104) Adelaide Oval (Crowd: 29,340)
Sun, 4 September: Richmond 13.13 (91) def. by North Melbourne 15.14 (104) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 32,890)
Bye: Essendon

For the second time, the final round of the season was given a floating schedule in order to reduce the likelihood of a team playing the first week of the finals after a Sunday game in the final round of the season.

Geelong recorded its greatest ever winning margin against Collingwood by 96 points. It was Collingwood's greatest losing margin since Round 7, 2005.

The Port Adelaide vs Melbourne match was originally scheduled to be played at AAMI Stadium. On 30 June 2011, the AFL announced the match would be moved to the Adelaide Oval. This was the first AFL match to be played at the venue and only the second venue in South Australia to host an AFL home and away match.

Port Adelaide's win over Melbourne ended a club record 11-match losing streak and lifted it off the bottom of the ladder. This ensured that Gold Coast finished its inaugural AFL season with the wooden spoon.

LADDER AFTER REGULAR SEASON

(key: W= Wins, L= Loses, D= Draws, TSF= Total Score For, TSA= Total Score Against, %= Percentage, P= Points)

1. Collingwood (W: 20, L: 2, D: 0, TSF: 2592, TSA: 1546, %: 167.6, P: 80)
2. Geelong (W: 19, L: 3, D: 0, TSF: 2548, TSA: 1619, %: 157.3, P: 76)
3. Hawthorn (W: 18, L: 4, D: 0, TSF: 2355, TSA: 1634, %: 144.1, P: 72)
4. West Coast (W: 17, L: 5, D: 0, TSF: 2235, TSA: 1715, %: 130.3, P: 68)
5. Carlton (W: 14, L: 7, D: 1, TSF: 2252, TSA: 1700, %: 130.8, P: 58)
6. St. Kilda (W: 12, L: 9, D: 1, TSF: 1891, TSA: 1735, %: 112.7, P: 50)
7. Sydney (W: 12, L: 9, D: 1, TSF: 1897, TSA: 1735, %: 109.3, P: 50)
8. Essendon (W: 11, L: 10, D: 1, TSF: 2217, TSA: 2217, %: 100.0, P: 46)
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9. Nth Melbourne (W: 10, L: 12, D: 0, TSF: 2106, TSA: 2082, %: 101.1, P: 40)
10. Western Bulldogs (W: 9, L: 13, D: 0, TSF: 2060, TSA: 2155, %: 95.5, P: 36)
11. Fremantle (W: 9, L: 13, D: 0, TSF: 1791, TSA: 2155, %: 83.1, P: 36)
12. Richmond (W: 8, L: 13, D: 1, TSF: 1978, TSA: 2292, %: 86.3, P: 34)
13. Melbourne (W: 8, L: 13, D: 1, TSF: 1974, TSA: 2315, %: 85.2, P: 34)
14. Adelaide (W: 7, L: 15, D: 0, TSF: 1742, TSA: 2240, %: 79.4, P: 28)
15. Brisbane (W: 4, L: 18, D: 0, TSF: 1814, TSA: 2726, %: 80.9, P: 16)
16. Port Adelaide (W: 3, L: 19, D: 0, TSF: 1718, TSA: 2663, %: 64.5, P: 12)
17. Gold Coast (W: 3, L: 19, D: 0, TSF: 1534, TSA: 2726, %: 56.2, P: 12)

FINALS

System:

The system is a final eight system. The top four teams in the eight receive what is popularly known as the "double chance" when they play in week-one qualifying finals. This means that even if a top-four team loses in the first week, it still remains in the finals, playing a semi-final the next week against the winner of an elimination final.

The bottom four of the eight play knock-out games, in that only the winners survive and move on to the next week. Home-state advantage goes to the team with the higher seed in the first two weeks, to the qualifying final winners in the third week. Games in Victoria are played at the MCG, regardless of the team's usual home ground, if a crowd larger than the seating capacity of Etihad Stadium (53,359) is expected.

In the second week, the winners of the qualifying finals receive a bye to the third week. The losers of the qualifying final plays the elimination finals winners in a semi-final. In the third week, the winners of the semi-finals from week two play the winners of the qualifying finals in the first week. The winners of those matches move on to the Grand Final at the MCG in Melbourne.

Second Qualifying Final (2nd v 3rd)

Fri, September 9: Geelong 14.14 (98) def. Hawthorn 9.13 (67) MCG (Crowd: 73,400)

First Qualifying Final (1st v 4th)

Sat, September 10: Collingwood 12.10 (82) def. West Coast 9.8 (62) MCG (Crowd: 67,379)

Second Elimination Final (6th v 7th)

Sat, September 10: St. Kilda 8.9 (57) def. by Sydney 12.10 (82) Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 39,205)

First Elimination Final (5th v 8th)

Sun, September 11: Carlton 21.23 (149) def. Essendon 13.9 (87) MCG (Crowd: 90,161)
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