Jacki Huggins reflects on Indigenous panel 

Coughlan's goal was to be a rare moment of joy for the Tigers however, as the Crows proceeded to kick six unanswered goals.

Perrie kicked three while Welsh (2) and Hentschel added to their totals to push Adelaide out to a 46-point lead. Golden Goose UK

Richmond finally found a response as half-time approached, Krakouer goaling after taking an uncontested mark from an Andrew Raines pass.

At the main break, the Crows were in front 10.6 (66) to 4.5 (29).Second halfThe third quarter was evenly contested with both sides kicking two goals each.

The Tigers gave their supporters hope of a comeback with back-to-back goals to Simmonds and Richardson, both coming from long kicks into the attacking 50 that found their intended targets.

But Adelaide made sure the momentum of the match stayed in their favour when Hayden Skipworth scrambled through a goal before Welsh added his fourth Golden Goose UK Sale major close to three-quarter time.

At the final change, the Crows led 12.9 (81) to 6.6 (42) and they confirmed their win early in the fourth term when Welsh and Perrie registered two straight goals to set up a 52-point lead.

Welsh then kicked his sixth major for the match and Ricciuto launched a long-range effort to goal, while the Tigers gained some respect on the scoreboard when Richardson kicked back-to-back goals.

The Crows continued their scoring spree with two more goals to Welsh and six-pointers to Martin Mattner and Perrie.

 

Deledio grabbed one back for Richmond, his effort doing very little to cut back Adelaide's winning margin.