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North Melbourne Kangaroos vs Adelaide Crows: AFL live scores

26th June, 2022
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26th June, 2022

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Fourth Quarter
31:29J. Soligo
28:34T. Walker
23:56T. Walker
19:26J. Rowe
T. Xerri18:17
T. Powell16:21
15:16R. O'Brien
11:51J. Rowe
C. Zurhaar9:39
N. Larkey6:22
4:22B. Smith
3:46T. Walker
32:17D. Fogarty
27:37J. Hately
C. Taylor25:36
P. Curtis23:20
N. Larkey21:19
T. Goldstein20:40
18:12T. Walker
16:18D. Fogarty
C. Zurhaar8:39
4:36T. Walker
N. Larkey3:05
1:29D. Fogarty
16:26D. Fogarty
11:48S. McAdam
6:17J. Rowe
N. Larkey3:41
30:50T. Walker
C. Zurhaar27:25
22:51T. Walker
21:26J. Rachele
20:43N. McHenry
P. Curtis18:54
B. McKay16:34
12:25B. Keays
10:55D. Fogarty
C. Zurhaar6:52
2:10T. Walker
0:30S. McAdam

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Now on the bottom of the ladder following West Coast’s drought-breaking win on Friday, North Melbourne will hope to do the same as they head to Tasmania to face Adelaide. Join The Roar for live scores and rolling coverage from 1:100pm (AEST).

If it wasn’t official before, it is now: the Kangaroos are the worst side in the AFL. With just one win for the season, coming against the COVID-hit Eagles all the way back in Round 2, 2022 has been a slow-moving car crash, with last week’s bye providing some welcome relief.

The Roos have lost nine games in a row by 47 points or more, but the return of gun defender Ben McKay, the silky Tarryn Thomas and wrecking ball forward Cam Zurhaar have given fans hope of an improved performance. Also warming the heart is the debut of father-son Jackson Archer, whose dad Glenn might be the most beloved Shinboner of all.

The bad news is the loss of number one draft pick Jason Horne-Francis to suspension, with captain Jack Ziebell also missing with a head injury as the Roos swing five changes.

The Crows’ only win in their past seven matches has been over the Eagles, and while firm favourites today, no doubt fans will be nervous heading into a danger game.


Defeat here would simply be disastrous for a side that has taken fleeting steps forward this year, and would certainly draw pressure on Matthew Nicks. He has made a statement at the selection table after last week’s loss to Gold Coast, dropping ball magnet Matt Crouch, while key forward Riley Thilthorpe is out injured.

Game information

Opening bounce: 1:10pm (AEST)
Venue: Blundstone Arena, Hobart
TV: Fox Footy
Live streamKayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Kangaroos $3.35, Crows $1.33 (odds via PlayUp)

North Melbourne


B: L. McDonald (c), A. Corr, J. Walker

HB: J. Archer, B. McKay, K. Turner

C: A. Hall, L. Davies-Uniacke, H. Greenwood

HF: T. Thomas, N. Larkey, P. Curtis


F: C. Zurhaar, T. Xerri, C. Taylor

FOLL: T. Goldstein, J. Simpkin (c), J. Anderson

I/C: J. Stephenson, B. Scott, A. Bonar, T. Powell

EMG: C. Coleman-Jones, C. Lazzaro, K. Hayden, F. Perez


IN: Bonar, McKay, Zurhaar, Archer, Thomas

OUT: Perez, Ziebell, Horne-Francis, Hayden, Young


B: T. Doedee, J. Butts, P. Parnell


HB: W. Hamill, N. Murray, B. Smith

C: J. Hately, R. Laird, J. Dawson

HF: N. McHenry, D. Fogarty, J. Soligo

F: S. McAdam, T. Walker, J. Rowe

FOLL: R. O’Brien, B. Keays (c), S. Berry

I/C: J. Rachele, M. Hinge, H. Schoenberg, W. Milera

EMG: C. Jones, L. Murphy, M. Crouch, E. Himmelberg

IN: Schoenberg, Hinge

OUT: Crouch, Thilthorpe

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