No crowds? No worries. The race for the finals is still fierce as the round six in the AFL Women’s competition ended. Catch up on all the latest action that happened in this AFLW round 6 recap.

Sunday, March 15

Western Bulldogs vs Fremantle

With a 10.6 (66) to 8.3 (51) result, the highest aggregate score in AFLW history was set between the two AFLW sides. It was an instant classic for Fremantle when they went against the Western Bulldogs. Surging past the Bulldogs, the Dockers remain to have a perfect standing with a chance to finish the season unbeaten.

Adelaide vs Greater Western Sydney

The Giants made history when they claimed a hard-fought win against the reigning premier Adelaide Crows. However, the historic victory has all but guaranteed their place in the finals. A 4.2 (26) to 3.3 (21) ended the clash between the two sides, benchmarking GWS wins in a season with four as well as beating the Crows for the first time.

West Coast vs Gold Coast 

The Suns have risen in a win over the West Coast, kicking 5.3 (33) to 1.2 (8) that outclassed the Eagles. A chance to get into the finals is still slim but alive for the Gold Coast after their recent win. They have jumped ahead of the Geelong Cats and Adelaide Crows with one win outside the top three in Conference B.

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Saturday, March 14

Brisbane vs Collingwood 

It was a demolition for the Lions when the Magpies took the field. With the Magpies’ perfect mix between inside and outside footy, it ended with a 5.13 (43) to 2.2 (14) win.

St Kilda vs Richmond 

At a 6.6 (42) to 0.3 (3) result, the Saints brought all the pain to the Tigers which is now the first side to fail to kick a goal in its 39-point loss.

Melbourne vs Carlton 

It was a crucial result of 6.4 (40) to 3.6 (24) but the Blues delivered Melbourne’s second loss of the year. The win boosts Carlton second in Conference B in the process.

Friday, March 13

Geelong vs North Melbourne

Geelong suffers a loss along with star Nina Morrison stretchered off. On the other hand, it was a cruise for the Roos with a 10.6 (66) to 3.2 (20) win.

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