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Tiges taught an AFL lesson: coach Hardwick - Yahoo7 Sport;

Tiges taught an AFL lesson: coach Hardwick - Yahoo7 Sport

Yahoo7 SportTiges taught an AFL lesson: coach HardwickYahoo7 SportSome AFL teams fear a six-day break. But for Richmond coach Damien Hardwick, his side's next match can't come quickly enough. Close. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%.and more »

Tigers outclassed by Crows - Richmond;

Tigers outclassed by Crows - Richmond

RichmondTigers outclassed by CrowsRichmondRichmond's unbeaten start to the season has come to an end at the hands of Adelaide who ran out 76-point victors at Adelaide Oval on Sunday. 7:15pm Apr 30, 2017. 505058-tlssmallthumbnail.jpg ...and more »

Vote for your Round Six MVP - Adelaide Crows;

Vote for your Round Six MVP - Adelaide Crows

Adelaide CrowsVote for your Round Six MVPAdelaide CrowsADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 30: Rory Sloane of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 06 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Richmond Tigers at Adelaide Oval on April 30, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by AFL Media).and more »

Pyke not content with AFL pacesetters - SBS

Pyke not content with AFL pacesettersSBSAdelaide coach Don Pyke is warning against getting carried away with his side's unbeaten start to the AFL season. Source: AAP. 1 May 2017 - 3:34 AM UPDATED 2 HOURS AGO. Tweet. Adelaide coach Don Pyke says self-satisfaction doesn't lead to progess ...and more »

Versatile Crows overcome slow start to swamp the fading Tigers - The Australian;

Versatile Crows overcome slow start to swamp the fading Tigers - The Australian

The AustralianVersatile Crows overcome slow start to swamp the fading TigersThe AustralianIn overcoming another of their customary slow starts to swamp the previously unbeaten Richmond, Adelaide have added to their burgeoning reputation and given substance to their coach's “versatility” mantra. The Crows turned a nine-point quarter-time ...and more »

Matt sets meter running - Adelaide Crows

Matt sets meter runningAdelaide CrowsMatt Crouch Post-Match: R6 Crows Midfielder Matt Crouch speaks to AFC media after a win against the Tigers. Related. Crows can't be satisfied, says Pyke. I think everyone says it, but it's a good pre-season. Matt Crouch on the key to his good form ...and more »

Adelaide Crows are the clear AFL front-runners after six perfect rounds of season 2017 - ABC Online;

Adelaide Crows are the clear AFL front-runners after six perfect rounds of season 2017 - ABC Online

ABC OnlineAdelaide Crows are the clear AFL front-runners after six perfect rounds of season 2017ABC OnlineIt's official. The lid is well and truly off at Adelaide, as the Crows stand proudly on top of the AFL as the only remaining unbeaten side. In a battle of the unbeatens, the Crows hosted Richmond at Adelaide Oval, and the Tigers managed to stay with ...and more »

Crows alone at top after Magpies end Cats' unbeaten run - The New Daily;

Crows alone at top after Magpies end Cats' unbeaten run - The New Daily

The New DailyCrows alone at top after Magpies end Cats' unbeaten runThe New DailyRound six of the AFL has exposed two title pretenders, and confined two long-reigning superpowers to the 2017 scrapheap. Geelong and Richmond, previously undefeated, were dismantled, leaving premiership favourite Adelaide as the only undefeated ...and more »

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick tormented by Adelaide's domination - The Age;

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick tormented by Adelaide's domination - The Age

The AgeRichmond coach Damien Hardwick tormented by Adelaide's dominationThe AgeDamien Hardwick said watching his unbeaten side get ripped apart by a ruthless Adelaide was the greatest torment in his 163 games as coach of Richmond. Hardwick said the Tigers went into the game knowing what the Crows were capable of, and how they ...and more »

Crows won't get complacent from the peak - AFL.com.au;

Crows won't get complacent from the peak - AFL.com.au

AFL.com.auCrows won't get complacent from the peakAFL.com.auYou need your leaders to stand up and lead. Tex did and Rory Sloane did as well. Don Pyke. ADELAIDE is 6-0, on top of the ladder, has a percentage of 160.9 and is crushing everything in its path. But Crows coach Don Pyke knows his in-form side can't ...and more »

Crows top of AFL after downing Richmond - The West Australian;

Crows top of AFL after downing Richmond - The West Australian

The West AustralianCrows top of AFL after downing RichmondThe West AustralianBut the Adelaide coach is warning that unbeaten doesn't mean unbeatable after his side produced yet another AFL demolition job on Sunday. Get in The Game. Footy Tipping and Fantasy competition with $150,000 in prizes up for grabs! Pyke's Crows ...and more »

Tigers better than huge loss suggests: Hardwick - AFL.com.au;

Tigers better than huge loss suggests: Hardwick - AFL.com.au

AFL.com.auTigers better than huge loss suggests: HardwickAFL.com.auRICHMOND coach Damien Hardwick is adamant Sunday night's 76-point thumping at the hands of premiership favourite Adelaide isn't a true reflection of his side's progress. As they have done with every team they have played this season, the Crows tore the ...and more »

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick concedes Adelaide in a different class - Herald Sun;

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick concedes Adelaide in a different class - Herald Sun

Herald SunRichmond coach Damien Hardwick concedes Adelaide in a different classHerald SunA WEEK that started with great anticipation turned into a nightmare for Richmond after Adelaide dished out a 76-point thrashing and Toby Nankervis certain to come under match review panel scrutiny. The Tigers went into the Adelaide Oval clash unbeaten ...and more »

Is it too soon to go the early Crow on AFL flag favourites - Sporting News;

Is it too soon to go the early Crow on AFL flag favourites - Sporting News

Sporting NewsIs it too soon to go the early Crow on AFL flag favouritesSporting NewsApril 30, 2017 7:16am EDT April 30, 2017 7:10am EDT Adelaide's demolition of Richmond was their most impressive outing of the season so far ... and it's getting scary. Mick Stirling. Published on Apr. 30, 2017. Updated at 7:16 a.m. ET. After six rounds ...and more »

Pyke: no team is unbeatable - The Advertiser;

Pyke: no team is unbeatable - The Advertiser

The AdvertiserPyke: no team is unbeatableThe AdvertiserDON Pyke will not have his Crows team wear the tag of “The Unbeatables” after Adelaide became the only undefeated team still standing six weeks into the AFL home-and-away season. “No-one is unbeatable,” Pyke declared after leaving Richmond to digest ...and more »

After the siren: Are the unbeaten Crows untouchable? - AFL.com.au;

After the siren: Are the unbeaten Crows untouchable? - AFL.com.au

AFL.com.auAfter the siren: Are the unbeaten Crows untouchable?AFL.com.auFOR ONE quarter on Sunday evening, Adelaide looked, dare it be said, that little bit mortal. Beaten 52-38 in contested possessions by Richmond and behind by nine points on the scoreboard at quarter-time, the recipe for bringing the Crows undone had ...and more »

Tiges taught AFL lesson: coach Hardwick - Sports News

Tiges taught AFL lesson: coach HardwickSports NewsSome AFL teams fear a six-day break. But for Richmond coach Damien Hardwick, his side's next match can't come quickly enough. Hardwick says his Tigers were taught a lesson in work rate and contested football by a ruthless Adelaide side, who stomped ...and more »

Crows crush Tigers to stay No.1 - The Roar;

Crows crush Tigers to stay No.1 - The Roar

The RoarCrows crush Tigers to stay No.1The RoarThe Adelaide Crows have smashed the Richmond Tigers to the tune of 76 points in front o a sell-out crowd at Adelaide Oval to take outright spot on top of the ladder to finish Round 6. » Seven quick takes from AFL Round 6. The Crows kicked 16 goals to ...and more »

Early favourite but don't get carried away - The Advertiser;

Early favourite but don't get carried away - The Advertiser

The AdvertiserEarly favourite but don't get carried awayThe AdvertiserADELAIDE'S imperious start to the season has deservedly elevated it from flag contender to favourite. On Sunday night, the competition's most potent attack blew away the league's best defence with ease as the Crows strengthened their claims for a third ...and more »

Richmond thrashed by brilliant, creative Crows - The Age;

Richmond thrashed by brilliant, creative Crows - The Age

The AgeRichmond thrashed by brilliant, creative CrowsThe AgeGOALS – Adelaide: Walker 5, Lynch 3, Sloane 3, Cameron 2, Otten, Betts, Jenkins, Milera, Douglas, Jacobs, Smith, M. Crouch. Richmond: Rioli 2, Riewoldt 2, Markov 2, Houli, Butler, Martin, Lambert. BEST – Adelaide: Sloane, Laird, Jacobs, Smith, M ...and more »