The 9 games were average 7 goals between teams, but also had the all but impossible to tip draw between the Coasts.
|PREDICTED RESULT||ACTUAL RESULT||RATINGS ADJUSTMENTS|
|North Melbourne||by||35||pts||North Melbourne||by||64||pts||Carlton||-22||North Melbourne||+20|
|West Coast||by||47||pts||Gold Coast||by||0||pts||Gold Coast||+14||West Coast||-14|
|Port Adelaide||by||43||pts||Port Adelaide||by||63||pts||Port Adelaide||+7||St Kilda||-8|
|W Bulldogs/FFC||by||6||pts||W Bulldogs/FFC||by||87||pts||Essendon||-36||W Bulldogs/FFC||+33|
Seven of the nine tipped 'correct', as per the regular footy tipping competition convention of giving a point for the draw.
Six from nine in the Monash system, and a very poor points haul as well. Only 71 points via their system. And only 1 game tipped inside a reasonable distance of 1-12 points, with Geelong saluting 5 points away.
To the rankings table and we have some movement. Unlike that 'other' system the AFL employs, Richmond defeating Hawthorn under the FootyMaths system had the Tigers going up the table. They now sit in 6th.
Collingwood's 6th loss, but more importantly their second against the tip and third where they failed to meet expectation, sees them drop back down the table.
Essendon continue to drift in the rankings point summary, as do Carlton.
Melbourne's fine win has them move up 2 spots to 15.