What is it about athletic women beating each other up which turns me on?
See? Even that right there got me to half mast.
So, show of hands. Who wants to hear about that fetish?
OK, tough but fair. And who thinks we should just talk about the matches?
Fine. But you didn’t have to be so mean about it.
Ball of Steel’s tWBS’ AFL Beat – 2020
Friday, February 14
– Western Bulldogs v Melbourne –
This one was maybe closer than expected early. But bad weather combined with good execution proved to be too much for the Dogs as Melbourne pulled away with ease late. They get the “easy” win, 32-12 and stay unbeaten.
Saturday, February 15
– North Melbourne ‘Roos v GWS Giants –
The ‘Roos had little trouble with the Giants, maybe somewhat surprisingly. They more or less coast to the 37-19 win. With the loss, the Giants fall to 1-1. With the win, the ‘Roos move up to 1-1. The ladder is getting interesting.
– Gold Coast Suns v Richmond Tigers –
A good match, but the Suns come out on top, notching their first win of the season, 33-22. Richmond, having definitely difficulty scoring goals and having to settle for too many behinds (giggity) falls to 0-2.
– West Coast Eagles v Freemantle Dockers –
Holy Vegemite, this one was ugly. Well for West Coast, anyway. Freemantle decided to put their foot on the throat and not let up. And they didn’t. When it was over they had embarrassed the poor Eagles 60-15. Crikey. By virtue of the lopsided win, Dockers take the top spot on the Conference B ladder.
Sunday, February 16
– Geelong Cats v Brisbane Lions –
Brisbane continued in the same direction they started in last week. Sadly, so did Geelong. Brisbane stays on top of the ladder in Conference A. Geelong falls to 0-2. 39-20 was the final in that one.
– Carlton Blues v Collingwood Magpies –
The Magpies stayed perfect, holding onto the #2 spot on the ladder in Conference B. Carlton falls to 1-1. Final there was 39-24
– Adelaide Crows v St. Kilda –
The Crows get into the win column, while St. Kilda remains winless. It was a good match, but Adelaide asserted themselves late and pulled away. 40-27 the final.
So after two rounds, the ladder looks as such.
(as I said above, interesting)
Round Three Schedule
*All Times EST
Just The Tip?
The Footy Tipping after two rounds has changed a bit. Some new faces since last week, and a new top of the pole (giggity)…
And as always…
DON’T FORGET TO GET YOUR FOOTY TIPS IN!!!!
Have a great week, everyone. We’ll see ya next week.