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 6 Saturday 14 March

Hickey Park
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    No crowd, no worries: Pies demolish Lions

    COLLINGWOOD has thrown Conference B wide open with a 29-point demolition of Brisbane at Hickey Park on Saturday.

    The first AFL Women's game played in front of no crowd was one-way traffic from the outset as Collingwood was too tough, too quick and too polished to win 5.13 (43) to 2.2 (14).

    LIONS v PIES Full match coverage and stats

    The four points moves the Magpies into equal second in their conference with Melbourne and Carlton – ahead of that pair's clash on Saturday night.

    Collingwood led by 15 points at the first change and 24 at half-time, margins that could have been greater bar some inaccurate kicking.

    AFLW Match Highlights: Brisbane v Collingwood

    05:18 Mar 14. 2020. 10:34 PM

    The Lions and Magpies clash in Round 6 of the AFLW

    They had to withstand a strong third quarter from the Lions, but were never really challenged.

    Brittany Bonnici was the midfield catalyst, racking up eight of her game-high 26 disposals in the first quarter.

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    The 22-year-old was everywhere, winning balls in the middle of the ground and often a nice link from defence or bail-out option to help outnumbered teammates.

    Bri Davey (22) was also prolific, Jaimee Lambert (16 and six tackles) shook the attention of Cathy Svarc, while Steph Chiocci worked tirelessly to finish with 18 touches.

    The Pies and Lions battled it out at an empty Hickey Park in Brisbane. Picture: Getty Images/AFL Photos

    Sarah D'Arcy was terrific in the forward line, and her 1.4 told only part of her impact, with two shots at goal touched on the line as part of her six-mark outing.

    Collingwood won the contested ball (93-74) and were able to get it into space, carving Brisbane up with 47 uncontested marks to 27.

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    The only downside for the Magpies was the early injury to much-improved ruck Sharni Layton, who appeared to dislocate her finger in the first quarter and took no further part in the victory.

    Eliza Hynes was thrust into the lead role and was a more than adequate replacement.

    The hero
    You can't go past Brittany Bonnici. Collingwood had a litany of quality players, but the headgeared midfielder shone brightest. Bonnici was everywhere, collecting 26 disposals (10 of them contested) that included five clearances. When Brisbane challenged in the second half, it was the 22-year-old that often bobbed up in the defensive 50 to help cut and minutes later would be back onball to drive Collingwood forward. She's a great foil to seasoned campaigners Davey, Chiocci and Lambert. 

    The difference
    It was the perfect mix between inside and outside footy by the Magpies. The Lions have developed a reputation as one of the toughest teams in AFLW, but Collingwood smashed them at contested footy (97-76) and then more impressively beat them on the spread. The speed of ball movement and transition from end to end was eye-catching, with 47 uncontested marks to 27 a telling statistic. 

    Pies stars combine with double efforts all round

    00:30 Mar 14. 2020. 4:57 PM

    Steph Chiocci and Sarah D'arcy's efforts all but secure a Magpies victory

    Did you see that?
    It was one of very few highlights for Brisbane in a flat performance, but Cathy Svarc's goal to start the third quarter was a beauty. After a nice chain of possessions from the back half, speedster Svarc ran on to a loose ball just inside the 50, took her full measure and steadied to bang through a superb goal on the run from 30m.

    Your time to shine
    When ruck Sharni Layton went off in the opening minutes with a dislocated finger, things could have got out of hand quickly for the visitors. Thankfully though, Collingwood had been playing two rucks in recent weeks, so it was now Eliza Hynes' chance to step up as the one-out ruck. She delivered. Hynes dominated the hit-outs, giving the Magpies a 33-15 advantage that they converted to a 23-15 clearance win. If Layton has to spend time on the sidelines, Collingwood are still in good hands.

    Carnage everywhere for the Pies

    00:26 Mar 14. 2020. 3:43 PM

    Collingwood suffer two injuries to Sharni Layton and Erica Fowler

    Say what?
    "We're really pleased to come up here and bring our energy. Brisbane are a really good team. We knew they'd come at us at some stage, they're the number one hard ball contested team, so we knew they'd come at us physically. We put the bit between the teeth and wanted to show we were up for it," Collingwood coach Stephen Symonds. 

    "There was no atmosphere, you're playing in front of no-one. That's not a reason, that’s not an influence on the game. We were shell-shocked by the opposition who were hungrier and had more energy earlier in the game and we were playing catch-up after that," Brisbane coach Craig Starcevich.

    Catherine may just be the Svarc the Lions needed

    00:26 Mar 14. 2020. 4:18 PM

    Brisbane get their first major after this great running goal from Catherine Svarc

    What’s next?
    The Lions have their second six-day break in succession, travelling to Melbourne for a rare Friday night game against Richmond at Ikon Park, starting at 6.45pm AEDT. Collingwood will be out to continue its march towards the finals when it hosts St Kilda on Sunday night at Victoria Park, with the game starting at 7.10pm AEDT.

    BRISBANE                 0.1       0.1       2.2       2.2 (14)
    COLLINGWOOD        2.4       3.7       3.10     5.13 (43)

    GOALS
    Brisbane: Svarc, Davidson
    Collingwood: Rowe, Alexander, Molloy, D'Arcy, Membrey 

    BEST 
    Brisbane: Lugg, Conway, Svarc, Davidson
    Collingwood: Bonnici, Chiocci, Davey, D'Arcy, Lambert, Livingstone 

    INJURIES 
    Brisbane: Keeffe (ankle)
    Collingwood: Layton (finger)

    Reports: Nil

    Umpires: Adair, Melin, Pell

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