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Crows as Convincing as Tom Koutsantonis Trying to Explain the Bank Tax

The Adelaide Crows scored an unconvincing 12-point win over Carlton at the MCG on Saturday afternoon. But in this very strange season in which bottom teams beat top teams almost every week – a win is a win.

Tex Walker and former Power champion Kane Cornes added some spice to the weekend with this Twitter exchange on Friday night.

No, it wasn’t pretty, but the Crows limped over the line. Then relief all round.

Graham Cornes had his two bob’s worth.

Leith Forrest was so excited he celebrated with a cucumber.

The Census showed that we’re moving away from religion, but in their darkest hour people still thank Him.

Defender Brodie Smith had a great game with 30 possessions, and Brad and Matt Crouch racked up 59 possessions between them.

It was another disappointing day for those supporters who don’t have Fox, because the game was delayed by several hours on free-to-air TV.

There’s nothing worse than avoiding media all day so you can watch the delayed telecast not knowing the score – only for someone to ruin it all.

Crows supporters who were a little bit down about their team’s unconvincing performance, pepped up when Port went down to Richmond.

The comedian was in good form.

Port Adelaide took it up to the Tigers at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night, but Under 9s-standard kicking cost them the game.

James the Dog predicts the outcome of each AFL match. No dog biscuit for you this week, pal.

Charlie Dixon is only a young lad and his best is yet to come, but he frustrates supporters by generally dropping an easy mark each match.

Sam ‘Don’t Argue’ Powell-Pepper, who is featured in the Winter issue of Fritz, continues to impress and should win the AFL 2017 Rising Star Award.

Richmond’s Dustin Martin was magnificent. He ran hard from one end of the ground to the other all night. Tiger supporters love him and want him to stay at the club.

 


Port fans let fly on Facebook. They’re a little bit sick of being teased.

Someone wants 21-year-old Dougal Howard in the team.

The Crows take on reigning premiers the Western Bulldogs at Adelaide Oval on Friday night. The Crows by five goals.

Port Adelaide head to Western Australia to tackle the West Coast Eagles on Sunday afternoon. You wouldn’t pick them with any confidence. And if the Power drop this game, they’re in danger of dropping out of the eight in coming weeks.

Despite the hype, could the Power end up having a worse season than the previous two? More bizarre things have happened this season.

Do you think Port Adelaide will stay in the eight? Let us know in the comments below.

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