North Melbourne Fixtures

nrth melbourne kangaroos fixturesNorth Melbourne has an away clash against the Gold Coast Suns to open the season and then play St Kilda, Melbourne and Carlton in the next three rounds. The Kangaroos meet the Brisbane Lions, Gold Coast Suns, Sydney Swans, St Kilda and Western Bulldogs twice.

North Melbourne has the bye in Round 13.

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The North Melbourne season fixture can be found below. Visit our AFL Fixtures page for home and away draws for other AFL clubs.

2018 Kangaroos Fixture

Rd Day Date H&A Team Venue Time
1 Sat Mar 24 Away Gold Coast Suns Cazaly’s 7:25pm
2 Fri Mar 30 Home St Kilda Etihad 4:20pm
3 Sat Apr 7 Away Melbourne MCG 2:10pm
4 Sat Apr 14 Home Carlton Blundstone 7:25pm
5 Sun Apr 22 Home Hawthorn Etihad 3:20pm
6 Sat Apr 28 Home Port Adelaide Etihad 2:10pm
7 Sat May 5 Away Sydney Swans SCG 7:25pm
8 Sun May 13 Home Richmond Etihad 1:10pm
9 Sat May 19 Home GWS Giants Arena 1:45pm
10 Sun May 27 Away Fremantle Perth 4:40pm
11 Sun Jun 3 Home Brisbane Lions Etihad 1:10pm
12 Sat Jun 9 Away Geelong Cats GMHBA 1:45pm
13 BYE
14 Sat Jun 23 Away Western Bulldogs Etihad 7:25pm
15 Sun Jul 1 Away Essendon Etihad 3:20pm
16 Sun Jul 8 Home Gold Coast Suns Etihad 1:10pm
17 Sun Jul 15 Home Sydney Swans Etihad 3:20pm
18 Sat Jul 21 Away Collingwood MCG 1:45pm
19 Sun Jul 29 Home West Coast Blundstone 1:10pm
20 Sat Aug 4 Away Brisbane Lions Gabba 2:10pm
21 Sun Aug 12 Home Western Bulldogs Etihad 1:10pm
22 Sun Aug 19 Away Adelaide Crows Adelaide 4:40pm
23 TBC Away St Kilda Etihad TBC

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2017 North Melbourne Stats

The Kangaroos finished 15th on the ladder and won just 6 games for the season.

Ladder: 15th - 22: 6-16-0 (24pts)

Kangaroos 2017 Disposal Stats

Most Kicks: Luke McDonald 276
Most Handballs: Ben Cunnington 327
Most Disposals: Ben Cunnington 511
Most Marks: Robbie Tarrant 131
Most Goals: Ben Brown 63
Most Hitouts: Todd Goldstein 576

North Melbourne 2017 Best & Fairest Results

Shaun Higgins took out the 107 Syd Barker Medal for the Kangaroos in argubaly his best season of football. Higgins scored 217 votes to defeat Ben Cunnington 211 and Ben Brown 209 in an exciting vote count.

2017 Syd Barker Medal Top 10

1st: Shaun Higgins - 217 votes
2nd: Ben Cunnington - 211 votes
3rd: Ben Brown - 209 votes

Next: Robbie Tarrant 204, Luke McDonald 192, Jack Ziebell 161, Sam Gibson 161, Taylor Garner 134, Scott Thompson 126 and Shaun Atley 125.

North Melbourne 2017 Brownlow Medal Votes

Big loping forward Ben Brown scored 14 votes to top the North Melbourne Brownlow Medal count, finishing three ahead of Ben Cunnington on 11 votes, although the latter was ineligible after suspensions during the season. Best and fairest winner Shaun Higgins was third in the count with 9 votes.

1st: Ben Brown - 14 votes
2nd: Ben Cunnington 11 (ineligible)
3rd: Shaun Higgins 9

Next: Jarrad Waite 3 (ineligible), Sam Gibson 1, Mason Wood 1 and Jack Ziebell 1.

The Kangaroos managed just 40 Brownlow Medal votes, the lowest of any club in the 2017 season.