Greater Western Sydney Giants vs Western Bulldogs Live Scores, Stream, Odds and Results – AFL 2016 Round 9

Sunday’s second AFL 2016 Round 9 match is between Greater Western Sydney Giants and Western Bulldogs with the game to be played at the Spotless Stadium. The opening bounce is set to commence at 15:20 local time with the home team Greater Western Sydney Giants currently holding favouritism. View our AFL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Greater Western Sydney Giants and Western Bulldogs.


When: 15:20 | Sunday 22/05/2016

Where: Spotless Stadium




B: M.Buntine, J.Patfull, T.Mohr

HB: T.Scully, N.Haynes, H.Shaw

C: N.Wilson, D.Shiel, J.Kelly

HF: J.Patton, J.Cameron, Z.Williams

F: S.Johnson, R.Lobb, L.Whitfield

R: S.Mumford, C.Ward, S.Coniglio,

I/C from: J.Hopper, R.Palmer, T.Greene, J.Steele, A.Kennedy, A.Tomlinson, S.Reid

IN: S.Reid, A.Tomlinson, T.Greene.



B: K.Collins, F.Roberts, J.Adcock

HB: S.Biggs, D.Morris, E.Wood

C: L.Hunter, T.Liberatore, T.Dickson

HF: L.Picken, J.Stringer, K.Stevens

F: L.Dahlhaus, T.Campbell, M.Wallis

R: J.Roughead, J.Macrae, M.Bontempelli

I/C from: T.McLean, M.Honeychurch, W.Minson, B.Dale, B.Williams, C.Daniel, L.Jong

IN: W.Minson, K.Stevens, L.Jong, M.Honeychurch, K.Collins

OUT: M.Boyd (Suspension), J.Redpath (Suspension).


Jacob Hopper’s sparkling AFL debut has earned the Greater Western Sydney academy product a Rising Star nomination.

Hopper showed experience beyond his years at Spotless Stadium on Saturday, tallying 32 possessions and nine clearances to help GWS crush Gold Coast by 91 points.

The 19-year-old was an obvious chose for the round-eight nominee.

“He’s had to earn his stripes in the NEAFL and I was really proud of Jacob,” GWS coach Leon Cameron said.

“He loves to tackle and loves to win contested ball and that’s all you can ask from a player coming into the AFL.

“It was terrific for his family to witness his first game and the club is really pleased he’s received this nomination.”

Hopper is from the NSW town of Leeton, which is in the Giants’ academy area.

Collingwood president Eddie McGuire recently queried GWS’s priority access to talent from the Riverina region, warning the league risks throwing “the competition out of kilter for the best part of 10 years”.

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