Sunday, July 1, 2012

AFL Power Rankings: Round 14 2012

Plenty of movement this week ... the Hawks remain on top (with an increased margin), but the Eagles move up to 2nd after beating up on their easybeat (Gold Coast) by a little more than the Swans beat up on theirs (GWS). Collingwood and Geelong, who both weren't able to beat up on the lowly-ranked teams themselves, slip a little further back from the top three. But the Bombers, who did, move up from 9th to 6th, and are closing in on the Pies and Cats.

1 (1) Hawthorn 32.2 (29.4)
2 (3) West Coast 24.1 (21.8)
3 (2) Sydney 23.3 (22.4)
4 (5) Collingwood 16.5 (18.3)
5 (4) Geelong 15.1 (18.9)
6 (9) Essendon 13.7 (8.0)
7 (6) St. Kilda 10.1 (14.9)
8 (8) Adelaide 8.1 (9.2)
9 (7) Carlton 7.3 (10.1)
10 (10) Richmond 6.4 (6.5)
11 (11) North Melbourne -0.9 (-5.1)
12 (12) Brisbane -5.3 (-6.2)
13 (13) Fremantle -10.5 (-12.0)
14 (15) Port Adelaide -18.0 (-20.0)
15 (14) Western Bulldogs -22.2 (-16.5)
16 (16) Melbourne -32.0 (-29.9)
17 (18) Greater Western Sydney -57.3 (-55.5)
18 (17) Gold Coast -57.6 (-53.6)

(Next Sunday I'm flying out to Bangkok for a week, so the rankings will return on Monday 16th.)

2 comments:

@TKYC said...

GWS off the bottom!!

Troy Wheatley said...

Just! They were marginally less inept than the Gold Coast.