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

It'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 »

Essendon v Demons, Geelong v Collingwood, Adelaide Crows v Richmond: AFL round 6 scores, stats and commentary - ABC Online

The Crows have smashed the Tigers at Adelaide Oval in a clash between two undefeated sides, while the Demons and Magpies are both celebrating their wins. Look back at all the Sunday action in our AFL ScoreCentre. Quick navigation. Essendon v Melbourne ...and more »

Adelaide Crows can win the 2017 flag after thumping Richmond - The Advertiser

NO-ONE wins AFL premierships in April. But that doesn't mean there aren't previews as to how September can feel early in the season, just as Adelaide proved and Richmond learned on Sunday night. And it can be said right now that the Crows are ...and more »

Adelaide Crows an early favourite but don't get too carried away - The Advertiser

ADELAIDE'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 »

Adelaide's Brodie Smith says rebounding Crows are dangerous - The Advertiser

BRODIE Smith says Adelaide's ability to hit back when the chips are down is more evidence of its premiership credentials. The half-back was typically industrious in the Crows engine room as the hosts trounced previously undefeated Richmond by 76 points ...and more »

Unbeaten Adelaide Crows on top of AFL table after smashing Richmond Tigers at Adelaide Oval - Wide World of Sports

But the Adelaide coach is warning that unbeaten doesn't mean unbeatable after his side produced yet another AFL demolition job on Sunday. Pyke's Crows smashed Richmond by 76 points to bank six consecutive wins and become the AFL's sole unbeaten side ...and more »

AFL's highest-scoring team meets best defence when Crows face Tigers - Herald Sun

The undefeated Crows' ability to slice sides apart with slick speed and skill has seen them crunched into equal premiership favouritism. The dash of Rory Laird and penetrating ball use of Rory Sloane and Rory Atkins has helped rock star Eddie Betts ...and more »

Richmond thrashed by brilliant, creative Crows - The Age

GOALS – 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 »

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

Round 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 team ...and more »

Brendon Gale says Richmond won't be drawn into making an early call on Damien Hardwick's future - Fox Sports

RICHMOND chief executive Brendon Gale says the club will not make any early move on Damien Hardwick's contract, despite the Tigers' tremendous start to the season. Last week, Port Adelaide president David Koch publicly backed Ken Hinkley, who — like ...and more »