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2019 Progressive total in Red

Actual dates in Blue

Date of first game of season Home or Away

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Membership

     Year

2019

 

2018

 

2017

 

2016

2015

 

2014

 

2013

 

2012

 

2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st game

23/3 H

 

25/3 H

25/3  A

25/3 H

4/4 H

22/3 A

31/3 H

31/3 H

27/3 H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct week 3

19,068  

21

15,211 

20

21,980  

22

19,026  

26

16,654 

22

17,625 

25

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov week 3

20,215

21

25,028

22

26,064 

18

23,037  

26

20,509  2

6

20,223 

25

-

16,287

11,922

Dec week 1

30,096

07

28,354

07

27,914  

9

24,402     

4

22,433 

3

22,105 

11

18,217 

3

18,747

2

17,541 

3

Dec week 3

31,759 

21

29,053

22

29,426 

23

26,217    

22

24,097 

23

23,542 

25

 

 

20,623

20,166

Jan week 3

33,226

  21

30,068

19

30,200 

20

27,027    

19

25,112 

23

24,558 

21

21,873

22,402

22,396

Feb week 1

34,327

7

30,577

2

31,141  

3

28,013     

3

25,647  

1

25,416   

4

22,962  

8

23,422

23,457

Feb week 2

35,148

14

31,310

14

31,537 

10

28,759    

17

26,290 

12

26,039 

12

23,650 

12

21,448 

12

 

 

Feb week 3

36,070

21

32,075

21

32,137 

17

29,217    

24

26,639 

18

26,641 

17

23,650 

18

24,195 

16

25,253  

17

Feb week 4

36,973

28

32,948

28

32,679 

24

29,450    

26

27,066 

26

27,736 

26

-

25,277

 

 

Mar week 1

37,978

7

34,034 

7

33,520  

3

30,524     

7

27,619  

4

28,582  

4

24,801  

5

26,023

27,806

Mar week 2

39,537

14

34,691 

14

35,080 

16

32,623    

16

29,510 

16

30,421 

15

26,751 

14

26,791 

14

28,068

Mar week 3

41,513

21

36,513 

21

35,756

  21

33,146   

21

30,257 

21

-

-

 

 

Mar week 4

44,008

28

38,089 

28

37,025 

28

35,117    

26

31,035 

26

32,324 

28

-

29,588

31,087

Apr week 1

45,537

7

39,402  

7

38,554  

7

35,535  

1

32,001  

1

-

-

32,235

33,359

Apr week 2

46,133

14

40,160 

14

39,005 

14

36,157  

8

33,301  

9

33,175 

14

-

-

33,753  

10

Apr week 3

47,174

21

40,557 

21

39,281  

21

36,731 

20

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

34,548  

20

Apr week 4

48,080

28

40,636 

28

39,634 

28

37,597 

30

34,068 

29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May week 1

49,837

7

 

41,640 

7

40,083 

7

37,766 

6

34,352   

7

35,205  

5

-

34,489

35,205

May week 2

50,107

14

 

41,825 

14

40,380 

14

38,102

13

-

-

-

34,961

 

 

May week 3

50,422

21

42,057

21

40,549 

21

38,327    

23

34,871 

20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May week 4

50,520

28

42,352 

28

40,749 

28

38,479    

31

35,017 

22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June week 1

51,770

7

43,593 

7

40,934  

7

38,547    

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jun Week 2

51,770

14

43,791

14

41,022 

14

38,653    

14

-

 

 

-

35,403

 

 

Final July 30

 

51,770

 

44,191

 

42,102

 

39,211

35,953

 

35,911

 

33,177

 

35,345

 

36,937

 

Post 31 July

 

 

 

45,178

42,233

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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