AFLW Post-Round 3 Power Ranking

As with last week, these power rankings are influenced by, but not determined, by our team strength ratings. 1. Melbourne (no change) Melbourne seems to be following down a similar path to their 2017 season, when they constantly beat the best opposition (bar Brisbane), but struggled against poor opposition in

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AFLW Week 1

Given the condensed nature of the competition, and the small pool of finalists (just two, for those playing at home), even round one can have nearly catastrophic consequences if a side has an off week, or loses a close game. The standard of the four games, and the eight teams

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2018 AFLW Preview

HPN fully intended to do a long series of AFLW previews, including of each team outlining strengths and weaknessses. But, due to a project that we have been working on for the last year or so hitting deadline, we couldn’t find the time. Instead, we’re going to lay out the

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Schache Get A New Start

Two years since being the number two draft pick, Josh Schache is at the nadir of his value. Struggling to get a game in the surprisingly stout Brisbane fowardline, it appeared that there was no clear place for him going forward at the Gabba. The Dogs, however, need all the

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