2021 AFLW General Discussion

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    AFLW fixture 2021: AFL Women’s fixture, schedule, matches, dates

    AFLW 2021 FIXTURE (All times AEDT)

    Round 1
    Thursday January 28
    Carlton v Collingwood, Ikon Park, 7:15pm

    Friday January 29
    St Kilda v Western Bulldogs, RSEA Park, 7:10pm

    Saturday January 30
    Melbourne v Adelaide Crows, Casey Fields, 3:10pm
    Gold Coast Suns v West Coast Eagles, Metricon Stadium, 5:10pm

    Sunday January 31
    Richmond v Brisbane Lions, Swinburne Centre, 1:10pm
    Geelong Cats v North Melbourne, GMHBA Stadium, 3:10pm
    Fremantle v GWS Giants, Fremantle Oval, 5:10pm

    Round 2
    Friday February 5
    Western Bulldogs v Carlton, VU Whitten Oval, 7:45pm

    Saturday February 6
    North Melbourne v St Kilda, Arden Street, 1:10pm
    GWS Giants v Melbourne, Blacktown International Sportspark, 3:10pm
    Adelaide Crows v Gold Coast Suns, Norwood Oval, 5:10pm

    Sunday February 7
    Collingwood v Fremantle, Victoria Park, 1:10pm
    Brisbane Lions v Geelong Cats, Hickey Park, 3:10pm
    West Coast Eagles v Richmond, Mineral Resources Park, 5:10pm

    Round 3
    Friday February 12
    Melbourne v St Kilda, Casey Fields, 7:10pm

    Saturday February 13
    GWS Giants v Brisbane Lions, Blacktown International Sportspark, 3:10pm
    Gold Coast Suns v Carlton, Great Barrier Reef Arena, 5:10pm
    Fremantle v North Melbourne, Fremantle Oval, 7:10pm

    Sunday February 14
    Richmond v Geelong Cats, Swinburne Centre, 1:10pm
    Adelaide Crows v Western Bulldogs, Norwood Oval, 3:10pm
    West Coast Eagles v Collingwood, Mineral Resources Park, 5:10pm

    Round 4
    Friday February 19
    Geelong Cats v GWS Giants, GMHBA Stadium, 7:10pm

    Saturday February 20
    Western Bulldogs v Richmond, VU Whitten Oval, 5:10pm
    Collingwood v Adelaide Crows, Victoria Park, 7:10pm
    Fremantle v West Coast Eagles, TBC in WA, 9:10pm

    Sunday February 21
    St Kilda v Gold Coast Suns, RSEA Park, 1:10pm
    Carlton v North Melbourne, Ikon Park, 3:10pm
    Brisbane Lions v Melbourne, Hickey Park, 5:10pm

    Round 5
    Friday February 26
    West Coast Eagles v St Kilda, Mineral Resources Park, 7:40pm

    Saturday February 27
    North Melbourne v Richmond, North Hobart Oval, 3:10pm
    Gold Coast Suns v Brisbane Lions, Metricon Stadium, 5:10pm (double header with men’s preseason week 2 Q-clash starting at 740pm AEDT)
    Geelong Cats v Collingwood, GMHBA Stadium, 7:10pm

    Sunday February 28
    GWS Giants v Western Bulldogs, Blacktown International Sportspark, 1:10pm
    Carlton v Melbourne, Ikon Park, 3:10pm
    Adelaide Crows v Fremantle, Norwood Oval, 5:10pm

    Round 6
    Friday March 5
    St Kilda v Collingwood, RSEA Park, 7:10pm

    Saturday March 6
    Melbourne v Richmond, Casey Fields, 3:10pm
    GWS Giants v Gold Coast Suns, Manuka Oval, 5:10pm
    Fremantle v Geelong Cats, Fremantle Oval, 7:10pm

    Sunday March 7
    Carlton v West Coast Eagles, Ikon Park, 1:10pm
    Western Bulldogs v North Melbourne, VU Whitten Oval, 3:10pm
    Brisbane Lions v Adelaide Crows, Hickey Park, 5:10pm

    Round 7
    Friday March 12
    Gold Coast Suns v Richmond, Metricon Stadium, 7:50pm

    Saturday March 13
    Collingwood v GWS Giants, Victoria Park, 3:10pm
    Brisbane Lions v Fremantle, Hickey Park, 5:10pm
    Adelaide Crows v Carlton, Norwood Oval, 7:10pm

    Sunday March 14
    North Melbourne v Melbourne, TBC in Tasmania, 1:10pm
    St Kilda v Geelong Cats, RSEA Park, 3:10pm
    West Coast Eagles v Western Bulldogs, Mineral Resources Park, 5:10pm

    Round 8
    Friday March 19
    Richmond v Adelaide Crows, Swinburne Centre, 5:10pm

    Saturday March 20
    GWS Giants v St Kilda, Giants Stadium, 1:10pm
    Geelong Cats v Carlton, GMHBA Stadium, 3:10pm
    Brisbane Lions v Collingwood, The Gabba, 5:10pm (double header with men’s Round 1 starting at 745pm AEDT)

    Sunday March 21
    Melbourne v Western Bulldogs, Casey Fields, 1:10pm
    North Melbourne v West Coast Eagles, Arden Street, 4:10pm
    Fremantle v Gold Coast Suns, Fremantle Oval, 6:10pm

    Round 9
    Friday March 26
    Adelaide Crows v GWS Giants, Norwood Oval, 5:40pm

    Saturday March 27
    Western Bulldogs v Geelong Cats, VU Whitten Oval, 1:10pm
    Collingwood v Melbourne, Victoria Park, 3:10pm
    Gold Coast Suns v North Melbourne, Metricon Stadium, 5:10pm (double header with men’s Round 2 starting at 810pm AEDT)

    Sunday March 28
    Carlton v Fremantle, Ikon Park, 1:10pm
    Richmond v St Kilda, Swinburne Centre, 4:10pm
    West Coast Eagles v Brisbane Lions, Mineral Resources Park, 6:10pm
     
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    Pomona isn’t too worried. It will give one of our fringe midfielders the opportunity they deserve, and Marinoff will be rested and cherry ripe come finals time.
     
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    The problem for Pomona is that it takes two fringe midfielders to replace Noffy who averaged a world record 107 ppg last year and those first 3 rounds include matches against the ever dangerous Galahs and two of last year’s top 3 on the ladder. Starting fast is definitely a must so Numphs fans everywhere will be hoping the appeal reduces or quashes the sentence.
     
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