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In  Depth and  Obscure Trivia  from Round 16 2022  Match Results
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Will be compiled after the last match of each round.
 

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  • The 11th highest attendance from 22 'Home and Away' matches played between these two at the Gabba. Highest: 33,421 in Round 20 2009.

  • The 25th match between these two played at the Gabba and the 16th won by Brisbane - including  7 of the lastt 9 (2010-22).

  • The 25th match between these two with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 9th won by Brisbane.

  • WB/Footscray is now one of 12 opponents that it has won its last match against.

  • Its greatest 2nd half margin over the Bulldogs since 41 pts. in Round 13 2012.

  • This year 26.67% of its matches have been wins by 40 pts. or more. In 2021 37.50% of its matches were wins by 40 pts. or more.

  • Its 16th win from 18 matches played at the Gabba 2021-22.

  • Its For and Against percentage from last quarter results this year of 132.8% is its highest after 15 matches since 136.0% in 2002.

  • Its goals to behinds percentage of 59.1% this year is its highest ever after 15 matches. Previous: 57.9% in 2009.

  • Its win percentage of 73.33% after 15 matches in the last 4 seasons is its highest ever in 4 consecutive seasons. Previous: 72.22% 2001-2004

  • Brisbane joins Adelaide, Carlton, Geelong, Melbourne, Port Adelaide, and Richmond as the teams that it has lost its last match against.

  • Its 2nd greatest 2nd half loss this year. Greatest: 35 pts. in Round 1 vs Melbourne.

  • It's biggest loss this year. Previous: Lost to Richmond by 38 pts. in Round 4.

  • Its 200th match played outside of Victoria and its 115th lost (1 drawn.)

  • Its quarters won percentage of 58.33% this year is its lowest after 15 matches since 43.33% in 2019.

  • Since the introduction of the 'Final 8', this is its 4th time being on 8 wins and 7 losses in a 22-match season. Previous: 1994 (finished 6th), 2000 (finished 8th) and 2001 (finished 10th).

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  • The 16th highest attendance at a 'Home and Away' match between these two. Highest: 55,658 in Round 15 2008.

  • The 26th match between these two played at Docklands an the the 18th won by St Kilda.

  • Carlton is now one of 9 opponents that it has won its last match against.

  • Its 7 wins from its last 10 matches vs Carlton is its 2nd most from its last 10 matches against all opponents. Most: 8 of the last 10 won vs Gold Coast.

  • Its 5th win from 85th matches where it had  5 fewer scoring shots than its opponent.

  • Its equal biggest winning margin with 5 fewer scoring shots. Equal: 16.10-106 vs Carlton 12.19-91 in Round 23 2012.

  • Its 150th win from 273 matches played at Docklands (6 drawn).

  • Its 3rd quarter win percentage of 73.3% is its highest after 15 matches played since 80.0% in 2005.

  • Since the introduction of the 'Final 8', this is its 4th season being on 9 wins and 6 losses. Previous: 2006 (finished 7th), 2017 (finished 11th), and 2020 (finished 5th).

  • St Kilda is now one of 8 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • St Kilda is now one of 11 opponents that it has lost 7 or more of its last 10 matches against.

  • Its 13th loss from 97 matches where it had 5 more scoring shots than its opponent.

  • Its 2nd biggest losing margin with 5 more scoring shots. Biggest: 20 pts.
    8.21-69 vs Geelong 13.11-89 in the 1930 Semi-final
    14.17-101 vs Collingwood 19.7-121 in Round 16 1938.

  • Its 101st loss from 159 matches played at Docklands.

  • Its 3rd quarter win percentage of 40% is its lowest after 15 matches since 33.3% in 2018.

  • Its last quarter win percentage of 40% is its lowest after 15 matches since 40% in 2018.

  • Since the introduction of the 'Final 8', there have been 29 teams on 10 wins and 5 losses. All made the Finals.

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  • The 10th highest attendance at a 'Home and Away' match between these two. Highest: 69,237 in Round 31 1996 at the MCG..

  • The 1,072th match with a scoring shot difference of 6 and  the 108th won by the the team with fewer scoring shots (win percentage 10.07%).

  • The 15th match between these two with a difference of 6 scoring shots and the 5 won by the team with fewer scoring shots. Previous:
    Round 13 1897: Essendon 8.1-49 vs Sydney/SM 6.9-45
    Round 16 1932: Essendon 13.12-90 vs Sydney/SM 11.20-86
    Round 18 1999: Essendon  15.3-93 vs Sydney 11.13-79
    Round 11 2012 Sydney 13.8-86 vs Essendon 11.16-82

  • The 15th match between these two played at the MCG and the 13th won by Essendon.

  • Sydney joins Adelaide, Gold Coast, Hawthorn, Nth Melbourne, and St Kilda as the teams that it has won its last match against.

  • Its 76th match with 6 fewer scoring shots and the 12th that it has won (win percentage 15.78%).

  • Its equal highest score with 20 scoring shots. Equal: 15.5-95 in Round 14 1975 vs Carlton 27.13-175, 15.5-95 in Round 11 2007 vs West Coast 14.10-94.

  • Only the 3rd time that it has defeated an opponent 10 places higher on the ladder. Previous: Round 16 2006 vs Collingwood and Round 14 2022 vs St Kilda.

  • The 4th match that it has won in the last 3 seasons after trailing at the first 3 breaks. (The previous 4 were won 2010-2019.)

  • Its 2nd win from its last 10 matches at the MCG.

  • This is its 6th season being on 4 wins and 11 losses. Previous: 1913, 1934, 1936, 1937, and 1970.

  • Essendon joins Brisbane, Carlton, Gold Coast, Port Adelaide, and WB/Footscray as the teams that it has lost its last match against.

  • Its 86th match with 6 more scoring shots and the 13th that it has lost (loss percentage 15.12%).

  • The first time that it has lost to an opponent 10 places lower on the ladder in the 2nd half of a season.

  • The 4th match that it has lost in the last 3 seasons after leading at the first 3 breaks. (The previous 4 were lost 2007-2019.)

  • Its 4th loss from its last 10 matches at the MCG.

  • Its 5th loss from its last 10 matches played outside of NSW.

  • The most that it has lost a last quarter by since 33 pts. vs St Kilda in Round 9 2020.

  • Since the introduction of the 'Final 8', it has been on 9 wins and 6 losses in 4 previous seasons: 1998 (finished 5th), 2004 (finished 5th), 2005 (Premiers), and 2021 (finished 7th).

 

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  • The 23rd highest attendance for a 'Home and Away' match between these two. Highest: 47,882 in Round 8 2017 at the Adelaide Oval.

  • The 7th match between these two played at the Adelaide Oval and the 5th won by Melbourne.

  • Adelaide is one of 14 opponents that it has won its last match against and is now one of 12 teams that it has won its last 2 matches against.

  • Its win percentage of 66.67% is the 2nd highest at the Adelaide Oval. Highest: West Coast 69.23% (Port Adelaide 61.90%, Adelaide 57.28%).

  • Its 9th consecutive win from matches played outside of Victoria.

  • Its 1st quarter win percentage of 86.7% is its highest ever after 15 matches played, Previous: 80.0% in 1897.

  • Its percentage of 139.6% is its highest after 15 matches played since 150.5% in 1964.

  • This is its 8th season being on 12 wins and 3 losses. Previous: 1928 (finished 3rd), 1937 (finished 3rd), 1939 (Premiers), 1941 (Premiers), 1955 (Premiers), 1989 (finished 4th), and 2021 (Premiers).

  • Melbourne is one of 11 opponents that it has lost its last match against and is now one of 8 that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • Its 13th loss from its last 20 matches at the Adelaide Oval. (It has won the 2nd quarter in 14 of those matches and lost the 3rd quarter in 17 of them.)

  • Its 1st quarter win percentage of 26.7% is it lowest ever after 15 matches played. Previous: 30.0% in 2020 and 2021.

  • After 15 matches last year, it was also on 5 wins and 10 losses with a percentage of 84.2%. This year, it's percentage is 84.4%.

  • After 15 matches last year it had kicked 167 goals. This year, it has kicked 166.

  • After 15 matches last year it had conceded 203 goals. This year, it has conceded 202.

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VS  

  • The 36th highest attendance from 60 matches at Kardinia Park between these two. Highest: 31,265 in Round 12 2018.

  • The 35th match between these two at Kardinia Park won by Geelong and the 12th from the last 14 (2004-2022).

  • The 30th match between these two won in all 4 quarters and the 23rd won by Geelong - including all of the last 7 (2006-3022).

  • Nth Melbourne is one of 12 opponents that it has won its last match against and is the only team that it has won its last 10 matches against.

  • Its 2nd biggest win vs Nth. Melbourne. Biggest: 114 pts. in Round 13 1981 at Kardinia Park - 26.14-170 vs 8.8-56.

  • Its 4th win vs Nth. Melbourne by 100 pts. or more. (Most 7 vs St Kilda.)

  • Its 38th win by 100 pts. or more (1897-2022). Next most: 28 by Essendon (1897-2022). 

  • Its 15th win by 100 pts. or more (2007-2022). Next most: 10 by Hawthorn.

  • Its 2nd highest 2nd half margin over Nth. Melbourne. Highest: 83 pts. in Round 13 1956 - 13.7-85 vs 0.2-2.

  • The aggregate scores from its last 10 matches vs Nth Melbourne have been:
    140.140-980 vs Nth Melbourne 85.67-577. (Average margin 40.3 pts.)

  • The 6th least it has conceded in a 2nd half vs Nth Melbourne, Least: 0.0-0 in Round 14 1980.

  • The 9th time this Century that it has conceded 7 or fewer pts. in a 2nd half. (Next most 2001-2022 - St Kilda 4 times.)

  • The first time that it has won both the 3rd and 4th quarters of a match by 40 pts. or more. Other teams have done it 22 times, with Essendon having done it the most (5 times).

  • Its 100th win from its last 114 matches at Kardinia Park.

  • This year is only the 2nd time that it has been on 11 wins and 4 losses in 3 consecutive seasons. Previous: 1966-68.

  • Geelong is one of 16 opponents that it has lost it's last match against and is the only team that it has lost its last 10 matches against.

  • Its 13th consecutive loss and its 18th from its last 19 matches.

  • Only the 2nd time that it has conceded 100 pts. or more in 11 consecutive matches. Previous: 11 conceded Rounds 9 to 20 in 1992.

  • Its 24th match lost by 100 pts. or more and its 3rd 2021-2022. (Its first 100 pt. loss was to Geelong in Round 1 1930.)

  • Its greatest 2nd half deficit since 90 pts. vs WB/Footscray in Round 3 2021.

  • The least it has scored in a 2nd half since 0.3-3 vs Gold Coast in Round 14 2020.

  • Only the 2nd time that it has lost the 3rd and 4th quarters of a match by 40 pts. or more. Previous lost the the 3rd quarter by 55 pts. and the last quarter by 60 pts. to Fitzroy in Round 13 1983.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 20.0% is its equal lowest ever after 15 matches. Previous: 20.0% in 1930.

  • Its percentage of 49.54% is its 2nd lowest after 15 matches played. Lowest: 48.61% in 1931.

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VS

  • The 6th highest attendance from 7 matches played at Carrara between these two. Highest: 24,032 in Round 16 2014.

  • The 2nd match between these two with even scoring shots. Previous: Gold Coast 11.14-80 vs Collingwood 10.15-75 in Round 16 2014.

  • Gold Coast is one of 10 opponents that it has won its last match against and it joins Adelaide, Melbourne, and Nth. Melbourne as the teams that it has won its last 2 matches against.

  • The first time that it has won 6 consecutive matches since Rounds 5 to 11 in 2019.

  • Its 5th win from 7 matches vs Gold Coast at Carrara.

  • Its lowest winning score vs Gold Coast. Previous: 10.8-68 in Round 17 2020.

  • The least it has scored in the 3rd quarter of a match that it won since 0.0-0 vs WB/Footscray in Round 4 1956. Final score: 12.15-87 vs 11.7-73.

  • Its 82nd win from 165 matches played outside of Victoria and its 4th from its last 8 (2021-2022).

  • Its 105th match with equal scoring shots and its 43rd won (13 drawn), but only its 5th win from the last 25 (1994-2022) - 2 drawn.

  • Since the introduction of the 'Final 8', it has been on 10 wins and 5 losses in 4 previous seasons: 2002 (Runners-up), 2009 (finished 4th), 2013 (finished 8th), and 2019 (finished 4th).

  • Collingwood is one of 9 opponents that it has lost its last match against and is now one of 7 teams that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • Its 3rd loss from 6 matches played at Carrara this year.

  • The lowest score that it has lost to since Round 8 2021 - 7.12-54 vs St Kilda 8.15-63. (Led at 3/4 time also in that match.)

  • Its 13th match at Carrara with a margin of 1 to 5 pts. and the 8th that it has lost.

  • Its 1st quarter win percentage of 23.3% is its lowest after 15 matches. Previous: 26.7% in 2011 and 2012.

  • Its 2nd quarter aggregate score of 55.44-374 is its highest after 15 matches. Previous: 50.42-342 in 2012.

  • Its percentage of 109.4% is its highest after 15 matches. Previous: 101.5% in 2014.

  • Since the introduction of the 'Final 8' there have been 47 teams on 7 wins and 8 losses. Eleven of the them made the Finals. (Including the 1994 Runners-up, Geelong.)

 
VS

  • The 10th highest attendance for a 'Home and Away' match between these two. Highest: 57,616 in Round 9 2018 at Perth Stadium.

  • The 26th match between these two played in Victoria and the 15th won by Richmond - including 5 of the last 7.

  • West Coast is one of 10 opponents that it has won its last match against and it joins Essendon, Nth Melbourne, and WB/Footscray as the teams that it has won its last 2 matches against.

  • The first time that it has kicked 20 goals or more vs West Coast in 2 matches in the same season.

  • Its equal biggest win with equal scoring shots. Previous: 14.12-96 vs WB/Footscray 7.19-61 in Round 1 1935.

  • Its 8th win from 11 matches at the MCG this year.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 64.17% is its 2nd highest after 15 matches in its last 40 seasons. Highest: 66.67% in 2018.

  • Since the introduction of the 'Final 8', it has been on 9 wins and 6 losses in 7 previous seasons: 1994 (finished 9th), 1998  (finished 9th), 2000  (finished 9th), 2001 ( (finished 3rd), 2005  (finished 12th), 2017 (Premiers), 2019 (Premiers).

  • Richmond is one of 12 opponents that it has lost its last match against and is now one of 9 teams that it has lost its last 2 matches against.

  • Its highest losing score vs Richmond. Previous: 13.12-90 vs 13.14-92 in Round 7 1989.

  • Its highest losing score since 14.9-93 vs WB/Footscray in Round 2 2021.

  • Its average losing margin this year is 57 pts.

  • Its 13th loss from 17 matches played outside of W.A.  2021-2022.

  • Its 4th loss from its last 5 matches at the MCG.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 23.33% is its lowest ever after 15 matches played Previous: 29.17% in 2001

  • Its aggregate conceded in 1st quarters of 61.47-413 is its highest after 15 matches. Previous: 59.58-412 in 1989.

  • Its aggregate conceded in last quarters of 76.34-490 is its highest after 15 matches. Previous: 67.52-454 in 1989.

  • Its 13 losses this year is its equal most after 15 matches. Previous: 13 lost in 1989 and 2008.

 
VS

  • The 2nd lowest non-restricted attendance at a match since 4,721 for Brisbane vs WB/Footscray ay Carrara in Round 24 1991. (Lowest: 4,014 in Round 3 this year - Giants vs Gold Coast at the Sydney Showground.)

  • Previous lowest attendance at a match between these two -  5,674 in Round 5 2020.

  • The 5th match between these two played at the Sydney Showground and the 5th won by GWS.

  • Hawthorn joins Adelaide, Essendon, Gold Coast, Nth Melbourne and West Coast as the opponents that it has won its last match against.

  • Its lowest winning score vs Hawthorn. Previous: 13.5-83 vs 7.7-49 in Round 5 2020.

  • The 1st time that it has kept Hawthorn goalless in a 2nd quarter.

  • Its 6th win from 9 matches played at the Sydney Showground 2021-2022.

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage this year of 60.0% is its 2nd highest after 15 matches. Highest: 80.0% in 2016.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 41.67% is its lowest after 15 matches since 31.67% in 2014.

  • Its 5 wins this year is its least after 15 matches since 4 wins in 2014.

  • GWS Giants is now one of 13 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • Its 7th loss from 7 matches played at the Sydney Showground (includes losses to Collingwood and Melbourne in 2020).

  • Its 20th loss from 28 matches played outside of Victoria 2020-2022.

  • Its lowest score since 6.10-46 vs Fremantle in Round 17 2021.

  • Its 3rd quarter win percentage of 26.7% this year is its equal lowest after 15 matches since 26.7% in 1998. Equal: 26.7% in 2021.

  • This year sees the first time that it has been on the same wins and losses ( 4 and 11) after 15 matches in 3 consecutive seasons.

 
VS

  • The 2nd highest 'Home and Away' attendance for a match between these two. Highest: 41,518 in Round 22 2005 at Football Park in S.A.

  • The 21st match between these two played in W.A. and the 13th won by Fremantle - including 10 of the last 11.

  • The 3rd match between these two with an even 1st quarter and the 3rd won by Fremantle.

  • Port Adelaide is now one of 11 opponents that it has won its last match against.

  • The most that it has lost a last quarter by in a match that it won since 28 pts. vs Richmond in Round 8 2017. Final score: 10.12-72 vs 10.10-70.

  • Its 7th win from 9 matches at Perth Stadium this year

  • Its quarters won percentage this year of 55.0% is its highest after 15 matches since 62.60% in 2015.

  • Its 2nd year being on 11 wins and 4 losses. Previous: 2014 (finished 6th).

  • Fremantle is now one of 8 opponents that it has lost its last match against.

  • The most that it has won a last quarter by in a match that it lost since 27 pts. vs Adelaide in Round 16 2015. Final score: 17.11-113 vs 18.8-116.

  • Its 5th loss from its last 7 matches played outside of S.A. after winning all of the previous 7.

  • Its quarters won percentage of 48.33% is its lowest after 15 matches since 44.17% in 2015.

  • The only other times that it has been on 7 wins and 8 losses have been in 2009 and 2016. It finished in 10th place in both.

 
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Flashback Facts
(Relating to  Round 17 2022)

  • The Cats have lost their last 3 matches vs the Demons. They last lost 4 consecutively 1982-84.
     
  • The Swans have lost 7 of their last 10 matches vs the Bulldogs - including 3 of the last 4 played at the SCG.
     
  • The Magpies have won 7 of their last 10 matches vs the Kangaroos and haven't lost to them at the MCG since Round 23 2013.
     
  • The Suns won against the Tigers last year at Docklands but haven't defeated them in QLD since Round 1 2014.
     
  • The Saints have won their last 2 matches vs the Dockers but haven't won 3 consecutively against them since 2010-11.
  • The Power have won their lat 2 matches vs the Giants. They last won 3 consecutively 2013-15.
     
  • This will be the 50th  Lions vs Bombers match. The Lions have won 21 of the previous 49 (1 drawn in 2009) including all of the last 3.
     
  • The Hawks have lost 2 of their last 3 matches vs the Crows. They last lost 3 out of 4  2009-11.
     
  • The Eagles last lost to the Blues in Round 6 2014 at Docklands. They last lost to the Blues in W.A. in Round 4 2013. Their biggest loss to the Blues in W.A. has been by 50 pts. in Round 12 2000.
 
 
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