Friday 7 February
    Completed Match between Richmond and Carlton
    Saturday 8 February
    Completed Match between GWS Giants and Gold Coast Suns
    Saturday 8 February
    Completed Match between Melbourne and Kangaroos
    Saturday 8 February
    Completed Match between Brisbane Lions and Adelaide Crows
    Sunday 9 February
    Completed Match between Collingwood and West Coast Eagles
    Sunday 9 February
    Completed Match between St Kilda and Western Bulldogs
    Sunday 9 February
    Completed Match between Fremantle and Geelong Cats
    Friday 14 February
    Completed Match between Western Bulldogs and Melbourne
    Saturday 15 February
    Completed Match between Kangaroos and GWS Giants
    Saturday 15 February
    Completed Match between Gold Coast Suns and Richmond
    Saturday 15 February
    Completed Match between West Coast Eagles and Fremantle
    Sunday 16 February
    Completed Match between Geelong Cats and Brisbane Lions
    Sunday 16 February
    Completed Match between Carlton and Collingwood
    Sunday 16 February
    Completed Match between Adelaide Crows and St Kilda
    Friday 21 February
    Completed Match between St Kilda and Melbourne
    Saturday 22 February
    Completed Match between Western Bulldogs and Carlton
    Saturday 22 February
    Completed Match between Gold Coast Suns and Brisbane Lions
    Saturday 22 February
    Completed Match between Fremantle and Collingwood
    Sunday 23 February
    Completed Match between GWS Giants and West Coast Eagles
    Sunday 23 February
    Completed Match between Richmond and Kangaroos
    Sunday 23 February
    Completed Match between Geelong Cats and Adelaide Crows
    Friday 28 February
    Completed Match between Collingwood and Melbourne
    Saturday 29 February
    Completed Match between Richmond and Geelong Cats
    Saturday 29 February
    Completed Match between Kangaroos and Gold Coast Suns
    Saturday 29 February
    Completed Match between West Coast Eagles and Western Bulldogs
    Sunday 1 March
    Completed Match between Adelaide Crows and Carlton
    Sunday 1 March
    Completed Match between St Kilda and Fremantle
    Sunday 1 March
    Completed Match between Brisbane Lions and GWS Giants
    Friday 6 March
    Completed Match between Gold Coast Suns and Geelong Cats
    Saturday 7 March
    Completed Match between Kangaroos and Adelaide Crows
    Saturday 7 March
    Completed Match between GWS Giants and Richmond
    Saturday 7 March
    Completed Match between Carlton and St Kilda
    Sunday 8 March
    Completed Match between Collingwood and Western Bulldogs
    Sunday 8 March
    Completed Match between Melbourne and West Coast Eagles
    Sunday 8 March
    Completed Match between Fremantle and Brisbane Lions
    Friday 13 March
    Completed Match between Geelong Cats and Kangaroos
    Saturday 14 March
    Completed Match between Brisbane Lions and Collingwood
    Saturday 14 March
    Completed Match between St Kilda and Richmond
    Saturday 14 March
    Completed Match between Melbourne and Carlton
    Sunday 15 March
    Completed Match between Western Bulldogs and Fremantle
    Sunday 15 March
    Completed Match between Adelaide Crows and GWS Giants
    Sunday 15 March
    Completed Match between West Coast Eagles and Gold Coast Suns
    Saturday 21 March
    Completed Match between Kangaroos and Collingwood
    Saturday 21 March
    Completed Match between GWS Giants and Melbourne
    Saturday 21 March
    Completed Match between Fremantle and Gold Coast Suns
    Sunday 22 March
    Completed Match between Carlton and Brisbane Lions

Round 5 Saturday 7 March

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    Giants wayward but still maul hapless, winless Tigers

    LOCAL favourite Alyce Parker has returned to her ball-winning best and Cora Staunton booted four goals to lead Greater Western Sydney back into the top three of Conference A with a comprehensive 45-point win over Richmond in Wagga.

    STAUNTON STAMPS ON TIGERS Full match coverage and stats

    After being heavily targeted in last week's loss to Brisbane, Parker – who grew up on a farm just outside of Wagga – inspired the Giants with 24 possessions and four tackles in their 7.14 (56) to 1.5 (11) victory on Saturday.

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    The Giants and Tigers clash in Round 5 of the AFLW

    Fellow midfielders Rebecca Beeson and Jess Dal Pos were also highly influential and enjoyed the solid work of rucks Erin McKinnon and Jess Allen, who combined for 30 hit outs.

    Staunton was too quick and smart for the Tigers defence and Rebecca Privitelli (two goals and five marks) was an outstanding ally as the pair of mobile targets helped the Giants take 17 marks inside 50 to just one.

    Stampeding Staunton slams one through

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    Cora Staunton goals with pace from a stoppage

    Both GWS forwards covered plenty of territory, working hard up the ground to offer a target, but they also put in just as much effort to get back towards goal. 

    Gun Richmond onballer Monique Conti was her team's only prime mover and finished with 21 disposals and six tackles, while former Giant Phoebe Monahan (22 touches) fought hard in defence against a constant wave of GWS attacks.

    Conti's run sets up a Bernardi goal

    00:28 Mar 7. 2020. 5:35 PM

    Monique Conti dashing run sets up easy goal for Christina Bernardi

    The Giants could have ended the contest early in the third term if they'd kicked straight but it mattered little as they took advantage of a lopsided inside 50 count (32-20) to kick the only four goals of the second half, and the last five goals of the match.

    After Adelaide was defeated by North Melbourne earlier on Saturday, the Giants knew a massive reward was on offer, and the four-quarter performance would have pleased coach Alan McConnell.

    The GWS Giants celebrate as a club after downing Richmond in Wagga. Picture: Jack Thomas/Getty Images

    Captain Alicia Eva (foot) is a chance to return next week for the trip to take on the Crows in another boost for the Giants.

    The defeat continued a miserable first season for Richmond which remains winless after five rounds, but skipper Katie Brennan (concussion) could return for their clash with St Kilda next week.

    The Richmond players leave the field after a big loss to Greater Western Sydney. Picture: AFL Photos

    The hero
    Staunton's storied athletic career looked all but over when she snapped her leg playing club footy in the off-season, but she's responded in remarkable fashion. Almost 10 months to the day of her injury, she torched the Tigers, who couldn't contain the Irish star.

    Cora Staunton kicked four goals. Picture: AFL Photos

    It was over when...
    The Giants dominated the start of the third quarter but failed to put the Tigers away when they missed three relatively easy chances. Staunton then burst away from a stoppage inside 50 with power and kicked truly with a brilliant individual effort to put them 27 points up.

    The ladder now
    The win was crucial for the Giants and saw them jump back into third spot on the ladder in Conference A, after the Crows were belted by North Melbourne earlier on Saturday. The big challenge now for GWS is to register back-to-back victories for the first time this year to consolidate their position.

    One to watch
    Privitelli continues to impress in her return to AFLW and attacked the footy strongly inside 50. She kicked two goals of her own and worked well in tandem with Staunton and Jacinda Barclay. She'll only get better with more footy under her belt.

    Rebecca Privitelli pumps up the Giants with a goal. Picture: AFL Photos

    The difference
    GWS had too many quality options through the midfield with Parker, Dal Pos, Beeson and Britt Tully all finding plenty of ball, while Conti was forced to fight a lone hand. The former Bulldog fought valiantly but was overwhelmed by a lack of support.

    Say what?
    "I thought we trashed our brand a little bit last week, Brisbane pulled our pants down, so it was really good that we could play that well for 90 per cent of the game. We don't fear anybody in the competition. - GWS coach Alan McConnell

    "(We need to) Clone 'Mon' (Conti) and find another one of her. She's a super talent but didn't quite get enough support." - Richmond coach Tom Hunter

    Sophie Molan fumbles under pressure. Picture: Jack Thomas/Getty Images

    What’s next?
    The Tigers head back to Melbourne for a clash with St Kilda at RSEA Park on Saturday, while the Giants are on the road, taking on Adelaide at Hisense Oval on Sunday

    GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY    2.5    3.8    4.13    7.14 (56)
    RICHMOND                                  1.1    1.2     1.3       1.5 (11)

    GOALS
    Giants:
    Staunton 4, Privitelli 2, Halvorsen
    Richmond: Bernardi

    BEST
    Giants:
    Staunton, Parker, Beeson, Privitelli, Tully, Bennetts
    Richmond: Conti, Monahan, Dempsey

    INJURIES
    Giants:
    Nicola Barr (hamstring)
    Richmond: Nil

    LATE CHANGES
    Giants:
    Nil
    Richmond: Nil

    Reports: Nil
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