The Roar
The Roar


Geelong Cats vs Adelaide Crows: AFL live scores

28th May, 2022
Live Comments

Geelong Cats


Match Complete

Adelaide Crows


GEE97 : 55ADE

Autoplay in... 6 (Cancel)
Up Next No more videos! Playlist is empty -
28th May, 2022
1037 Reads

Geelong Cats


Match Complete

Adelaide Crows


Fourth Quarter
30:10S. McAdam
B. Close23:19
18:00J. Rowe
12:17N. McHenry
T. Stengle10:33
T. Stengle2:27
J. Cameron1:08
Z. Tuohy30:45
27:42J. Hately
J. Cameron19:55
G. Miers16:47
15:21J. Dawson
12:44B. Keays
7:41D. Fogarty
4:02J. Soligo
3:09N. McHenry
31:45D. Fogarty
G. Miers26:14
J. Cameron21:58
J. Selwood15:29
13:18S. McAdam
11:30D. Fogarty
B. Close10:24
T. Stengle9:10
T. Hawkins6:15
J. Cameron4:34
M. O'Connor28:43
27:32D. Fogarty
C. Guthrie23:00
G. Miers20:02
17:51S. McAdam
T. Hawkins14:56
J. Cameron13:38
7:58S. McAdam
6:52L. Murphy
5:20J. Hately

Show Preview

Geelong are after a win to cement their spot in the top eight when they host an Adelaide team beginning to splutter after a strong start to the season. Join The Roar for live scores and rolling coverage from 1:45pm (AEST).

The Crows have lost four in a row after a series of thrilling wins earlier in the year, and as a result find themselves yet again entrenched in the bottom four.

Making matters worse, they head to the Cattery minus spearhead Taylor Walker (COVID) and first-year goalsneak Josh Rachele (corked thigh), putting even more pressure on much-maligned forward Darcy Fogarty to lead the attack against a miserly Cats defence.

However, key defender Jordon Butts is a timely inclusion from the AFL’s health and safety protocols, while a dominant SANFL performance has seen Reilly O’Brien recalled. After long stints in the seconds, Matt Crouch and Wayne Milera have also earned their call-ups.

The Cats are doing enough to keep themselves in the eight, but sitting at 6-4, they are not the dominant force they have been in years gone by.


Their loss to Fremantle in Round 7 was also their third loss in the last 12 months at their one-time fortress in Geelong. However, against a struggling Crows outfit, they’d be expected to get the job done here, even with superstar Patrick Dangerfield out with a calf injury.

Game information

Opening bounce: 1:45pm (AEST)
Venue: GMHBA Stadium, Geelong
TV: Fox Footy
Live streamKayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Cats $1.07, Crows $9.00 (odds via PlayUp)



B: T. Stewart, S. De Koning, T. Atkins

HB: J. Kolodjashnij, Z. Guthrie, J. Bews

C: M. Duncan, C. Guthrie, C. Stephens

HF: I. Smith, J. Cameron, G. Rohan


F: T. Stengle, T. Hawkins, B. Close

FOLL: M. Blicavs, B. Parfitt, J. Selwood (c)

I/C: Z. Tuohy, F. Evans, G. Miers, M. O’Connor

EMG: M. Knevitt, Q. Narkle, S. Neale, L. Dahlhaus


IN: Miers (R10 medi-sub)

OUT: Dangerfield

Adelaide Crows

B: N. Murray, J. Butts, T. Doedee


HB: L. Brown, W. Hamill, B. Smith (c)

C: J. Hately, B. Keays, J. Soligo

HF: J. Dawson, R. Thilthorpe, W. Milera

F: S. McAdam, D. Fogarty, L. Murphy

FOLL: R. O’Brien, R. Laird, S. Berry

I/C: M. Crouch, M. Hinge, N. McHenry, J. Rowe

EMG: C. Jones, B. Cook, E. Himmelberg, B. Davis

IN: Butts, Crouch, O’Brien, Milera

OUT: Jones, Rachele, Strachan, Walker

Hide Preview