The Giants host the Western Bulldogs in their opening game of the season followed by away matches against Collingwood and the Sydney Swans respectively. They round out the season with an away match against Melbourne and have scored just one Friday night clash, against Geelong in Round 7.
GWS play the Sydney Swans, St Kilda, Brisbane Lions, West Coast Eagles and the Adelaide Crows twice and have the bye in Round 13.
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The GWS Giants home and away fixture can be found below. Visit our AFL Fixtures page for home and away draws for other AFL clubs.
|1||Sun||Mar 25||Home||Western Bulldogs||Canberra||1:10pm|
|3||Sat||Apr 7||Away||Sydney Swans||SCG||7:25pm|
|5||Sat||Apr 21||Away||St Kilda||Etihad||1:45pm|
|6||Sat||Apr 28||Home||Brisbane Lions||Spotless||4:35pm|
|7||Fri||May 4||Away||Geelong Cats||GMHBA||7:50pm|
|8||Sat||May 12||Home||West Coast||Spotless||1:45pm|
|9||Sat||May 19||Away||Nth Melbourne||Arena||1:45pm|
|11||Sun||Jun 3||Away||Adelaide Crows||Adelaide||4:40pm|
|12||Sat||Jun 9||Home||Gold Coast Suns||Spotless||4:35pm|
|14||Sat||Jun 23||Away||Brisbane Lions||Gabba||4:35pm|
|16||Sun||Jul 8||Away||West Coast||Perth||4:40pm|
|18||Sun||Jul 22||Away||Port Adelaide||Adelaide||4:40pm|
|19||Sat||Jul 28||Home||St Kilda||Spotless||4:35pm|
|21||Sat||Aug 11||Home||Adelaide Crows||Canberra||7:25pm|
|22||Sat||Aug 18||Home||Sydney Swans||Spotless||4:35pm|
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The GWS Giants had another top season finishing 4th on the ladder with 14 wins and 2 draws to snare a top four spot. They were bundled out of the finals in a Preliminary Final by eventual premiers Richmond.
Ladder: 4th - 22: 14-6-2 (60pts)
Finish: Preliminary Final Loss
Richmond 103 - 67 GWS Giants
MCG - Saturday 23rd September 2017
Most Kicks: Heath Shaw 393
Most Handballs: Joshua Kelly 370
Most Disposals: Joshua Kelly 708
Most Marks: Heath Shaw 151
Most Goals: Toby Greene 45
Most Hitouts: Shane Mumford 80
All-Australian midfielder Josh Kelly had an outstanding season for the Giants and capped it off by winning the 2017 Kevin Sheedy Medal for the club. Kelly polled 198 votes to defeat Callan Ward 172 and Phil Davis 153.
1st: Josh Kelly - 198 votes
2nd: Callan Ward - 172 votes
3rd: Phil Davis - 153 votes
Next: Dylan Shiel 152, Tom Scully 137, Zac Williams 134, Jeremy Cameron 131, Toby Greene 130, Heath Shaw 114 and Lachie Whitfield 112.
Best and fairest winner Josh Kelly easily captured most Brownlow Medal votes for the Giants with 21 for the season. Dylan Shiel and Callan Ward were next with 11 votes each.
1st: Josh Kelly - 21 votes
2nd: Dylan Shiel and Callan Ward 11 (tied)
Next: Toby Greene 8 (ineligible), Jonathon Patton 6, Zac Williams 6, Jeremy Cameron 5, Lachie Whitfield 5, Stephen Coniglio 3 and Tom Scully 3.
The Giants amassed 81 Brownlow Medal votes for the season.