Footy Maths Round 19

Round 19 was a round of records. Congratulations to all the players that reached milestones. If students enjoy/love football then they will thoroughly enjoy mathematics linked to the weekly games of AFL football.

Round 19 was an amazing round of records. Brent Harvey (North Melbourne) reached the remarkable playing game record of 427 . This makes him the AFL games record holder. Matthew Pavlovich (Fremantle) reached 350 games to become the first based WA player to reach this remarkable milestone . Corey Enright ( Geelong ) became Geelong’s games record holder by playing his 326 game and Jimmy Bartlel ( Geelong ) reached 300 games . It was an up and down round with 5 teams scoring over 100 points and Richmond scoring a lowly 3.5 (23 points ) . Josh Kennedy ( West Coast ) is still leading the Coleman Medal. There is more info and problems to solve in this blog.

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Download a copy of the questions to use in your classroom: Footy Maths Rnd 19
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