The Power have home matches against the Fremantle Dockers and Essendon respectively to start and finish the home and away season, while they play the Gold Coast Suns in China in Round 9. Port Adelaide plays the Adelaide Crows, Essendon, Fremantle Dockers, Western Bulldogs and West Coast Eagles twice.
Port Adelaide have the bye in Round 10 following their match in China.
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The Port Adelaide home and away fixture can be found below. Visit our AFL Fixtures page for home and away draw for other AFL clubs.
|2||Sun||Apr 1||Away||Sydney Swans||SCG||4:40pm|
|3||Sat||Apr 7||Home||Brisbane Lione||Adelaide||1:45pm|
|5||Sat||Apr 21||Home||Geelong Cats||Adelaide||7:40pm|
|6||Sat||Apr 28||Away||Nth Melbourne||Etihad||2:10pm|
|7||Sat||May 5||Away||West Coast||Perth||4:35pm|
|8||Sat||May 12||Home||Adelaide Crows||Adelaide||4:40pm|
|9||Sat||May 19||Away||Gold Coast Suns||China||3:15pm|
|13||Thu||Jun 14||Home||Western Bulldogs||Adelaide||7:50pm|
|16||Sat||Jul 7||Home||St Kilda||Adelaide||4:35pm|
|18||Sun||Jul 22||Home||GWS Giants||Adelaide||4:40pm|
|19||Sun||Jul 29||Away||Western Bulldogs||Ballarat||3:20pm|
|20||Sat||Aug 4||Away||Adelaide Crows||Adelaide||4:35pm|
|21||Sat||Aug 11||Home||West Coast||Adelaide||4:35pm|
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The Power finished 5th on the AFL ladder at the end of the season to secure a home final berth againt the West Coast Eagles. They lost by 2 points to the Eagles in the Elimination Final after a disappointing last quarter in front of their home fans.
Ladder: 5th - 22: 14-8-0 (56pts)
Finish: Elimination Final Loss
Port Adelaide 76 - 78 West Coast Eagles
Adelaide Oval - Sat 9th Sept 2017
Most Kicks: Jared Polec 306
Most Handballs: Oliver Wines 344
Most Disposals: Oliver Wines 628
Most Marks: Charlie Dixon 149
Most Goals: Charlie Dixon 49
Most Hitouts: Patrick Ryder 831
Paddy Ryder capped off a great season for Port Adelaide by winning the John Cahill Medal for the club. The classy ruckman polled 241 votes to defeat Charlie Dixon 234 and Tom Jonas 203.
1st: Paddy Ryder - 241 votes
2nd: Charlie Dixon - 234 votes
3rd: Tom Jonas - 203 votes
Next: Robbie Gray 202, Brad Ebert 190, Ollie Wines 184, Sam Gray 171, Chad Wingard 166, Travis Boak 152 and Justin Westhoff 145.
Midfielder Ollie Wines captured 18 votes to head the Port Adelaide Brownlow Medal vote count for the 2017 season. Brad Ebert 15 and Robbie Gray 12 were next, while best and fairest winner Paddy Ryder scored just 6 votes.
1st: Ollie Wines - 18 votes
2nd: Brad Ebert - 15 votes
3rd: Robbie Gray - 12 votes
Next: Travis Boak 10, Charlie Dixon 8, Paddy Ryder 6 (ineligible), Jared Polec 4, Chad Wingard 4, Sam Gray 3 and Darcy Byrne-Jones 1.
Port Adelaide finished with 84 Brownlow Medal votes.