HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF THE YEAR :
North Melbourne v Collingwood - L Davis (Coll) 5, T Lockyer (Coll) 4, H McIntosh (NthM) 3, D Swan (Coll) 3, A Simpson (NthM) 2, S
Pendlebury (Coll) 2, J Fraser (Coll) 1.
Hawthorn v Carlton - J Roughead (Haw) 4, B Fevola (Carl) 4, B Sewell (Haw) 3, M Murphy (Carl) 3, S Mitchell (Haw) 2, C Judd (Carl) 2,
J Lewis (Haw) 1, B Gibbs (Carl) 1.
West Coast v Fremantle - P Duffield (Freo) 5, M Priddis (WCE) 4, D Cox (WCE) 3, P Haselby (Freo) 3, A Selwood (WCE) 2, B
Schammer (Freo) 2, G Ibbotson (Freo) 1.
Brisbane v Essendon - D Bradshaw (Bris) 5, L Power (Bris) 4, J Watson (Ess) 3, T Selwood (Bris) 3, J Winderlich (Ess) 2, C Stiller
(Bris) 2, A Lovett (Ess) 1.
Port Adelaide v Adelaide - C Cornes (Port) 5, B Vince (Adel) 4, K Cornes (Port) 4, N Van Berlo (Adel) 3, S Salopek (Port) 2, T Edwards
(Adel) 1, D Motlop (Port) 1.
Sydney v Richmond - T Richards (Syd) 5, R Tambling (Rich) 4, J Bowden (Rich) 3, R Shaw (Syd) 3, A Collins (Rich) 2, M Mattner (Syd)
2, A Buchanan (Syd) 1.
Melbourne v Geelong - P Chapman (Geel) 5, J Bartel (Geel) 4, C Morton (Melb) 3, J Corey (Geel) 3, B McLean (Melb) 2, C Enright
(Geel) 2, C Sylvia (Melb) 1.
Western Bulldogs v St Kilda - B Goddard (St K) 5, R Hargrave (WBul) 4, N Riewoldt (St K) 4, J Akermanis (WBul) 3, F Ray (St K) 2, R
Griffen (WBul) 1, S Gilbert (St K) 1.
LEADING GOALKICKERS :
24 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
23 - Brendan Fevola (Carl)
20 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
18 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
18 - Eddie Betts (Carl)
17 - Steven Johnson (Geel)
17 - Warren Tredrea (Port)
17 - Daniel Bradshaw (Bris)
16 - Nick Riewoldt (St K)
16 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
16 - Jason Porplyzia (Adel)
15 - Daniel Motlop (Port)
15 - John Anthony (Coll)
ROUND 7 FIXTURES
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (34/48 to date)

Friday 8th May
Essendon v Hawthorn (7:40pm, Docklands)
Saturday 9th May
Geelong v Sydney (2:10pm, Skilled Stadium)
Richmond v Brisbane (2:10pm, MCG)
North Melbourne v Port Adelaide(7:10pm, Docklands)
Carlton v Fremantle (7:10pm, Gold Coast Stadium)
Sunday 10th May
Adelaide v Western Bulldogs (1:10pm, AAMI Stadium)
West Coast v Melbourne (4:40pm, Subiaco Oval)
Monday 11th May
Collingwood v St Kilda (7:10pm, Docklands)
HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF
THE YEAR - Leader Board
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 17
Leigh Montagna (St K) - 17
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 17
Dean Cox (WCE) - 17
James Bartel (Geel) - 17
Dane Swan (Coll) - 15
Nick Riewoldt (St K) - 15
Paul Chapman (Geel) - 15
Brett Stanton (Ess) - 15
Adam Simpson (NthM) - 13
Sam Mitchell (Haw) - 13
Scott Pendlebury (Coll) - 13
Collingwood returned to the winners' circle when the Magpies defeated the Kangaroos by 52 points at
Docklands on Friday night. After an even first quarter, the Magpies got on top in the second term. Four
goals in the first 8 minutes saw the margin change from 5 points to 29 while the Kangaroos were barely
able to gather a possession during that burst. The 8 goals to 3 second quarter opened up a 36-point lead
at the long break; and from there the Collingwood defence tightened to allow North to kick just 4 goals for
the second half, denying them any oppotunity to get back into the contest.
Tarkyn Lockyer was in form up forward, kicking 4 goals for Collingwood. Dane Swan with 33 possessions
and Scott Pendlebury with 31 were keeping the Magpie engine room busy and ensuring a flow of
possession for the Collingwood forwards to work with. For North, Anthony Edwards kicked 4, while Adam
Simpson was prominent with 34 possessions.
Collingwood                        4.6        12.8        15.11        19.13 (127)
North Melbourne                 4.1          7.2           8.6            11.9 (75)
Goals : Collingwood - T Lockyer 4, J Anthony 3, A Corrie 2, L Davis 2, B Macaffer, D Swan,
D Thomas, N Brown, N Maxwell, P Medhurst, S Wellingham, T Cloke.
North Melbourne - A
Edwards 4, H McIntosh 2, B Warren, D Petrie, L Harding, L Thomas, M Firrito.
Best : Collingwood - L Davis, T Lockyer, D Swan, S Pendlebury, J Fraser, N Maxwell. North
Melbourne -
H McIntosh, A Simpson, G Urquhart, M Firrito, S Power, D Petrie.
Injuries : Collingwood - P Medhurst (ankle). North Melbourne - D Pratt (knee).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - J Schmitt, S Meredith, M James.
Crowd - 40,087 at Docklands.

Hawthorn v Carlton games in recent times have become shootouts between the full-forwards. Last year's
final round game was memorable for Buddy Franklin's 100th goal while Brendan Fevola's late charge left
him one goal short. And this time the forwards again stood out; but this time it was Jarryd Roughead who
was the Hawthorn spearhead that rose to prominence.
Roughead's first goal came in the opening minute, and by half time the big number 2 had 6 goals on the
board. The Hawks at various stages of the second term threatened to run away and build an imposing
lead, but the Blues were hanging in there, kicking goals at critical stages to keep the Hawks lead down to
within reach.
Ticking into time-on in the third term, the Blues still trailed by 13 points, but late goals to Fevola and
O'hAilpin cut the margin to just a point at the last change. But early in the last, the Hawks again threatened
to put the game to safety. Roughead and Dew kicked goals in the first 5 minutes of the quarter, and
although Fevola got one back, Lance Franklin finally got his name on the scorebook with 2 goals to put the
Hawks 25-points clear at the 18 minute mark and looked to have the game won.
But the Blues had other ideas. Brendan Fevloa kicked his 7th, then it was Kade Simpson who scored
before Fevola landed number 8 to cut the margin to 6 points. Another Carlton behind cut the margin to 5,
and the Blues forced the turnover from the midfield. The ball travelled forward to Fevola, who marked 30
metres out on a slight angle as the clock ticked past 31 minutes. But Fevola's shot to win the game hit the
post, and the Hawks took out a thriller by 4 points.
Hawthorn                            5.0        9.2        11.9        16.10 (106)
Carlton                                3.2        7.5        11.8        15.12 (102)
Goals : Hawthorn - J Roughead 8, L Franklin 2, S Dew 2, C Brown, G Moss, M Osborne, M
Williams.
Carlton - B Fevola 8, E Betts 2, A Carrazzo, H Scotland, K Simpson, N Stevens, S
O'hAilpin.
Best : Hawthorn - J Roughead, B Sewell, S Mitchell, J Lewis, T Tuck, B Dowler. Carlton - B
Fevola, M Murphy, C Judd, B Gibbs, N Stevens, M Kreuzer.
Injuries : Hawthorn - Nil. Carlton - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - S McLaren, D Margetts, J Armstrong.
Crowd - 69,014 at MCG.
There is never any love lost during a WA derby, and this time it was Fremantle who took out the bragging
rights when they came from behind to defeat an inaccurate West Coast by 13 points at Subiaco Oval on
Saturday.
Keen to put in a big game for skipper Matthew Pavlich's 200th, the Dockers refused to give in all day;
even during periods of the game when the Eagles looked to be dominating. Despite running in 19
scoring shots to 6 in the first half, the Dockers pressured the West Coast forwards, forcing them to blaze
away from the 50m line with limited success, the Eagle lead being held to 21 points.
The premiership quarter saw the Dockers work their way back into the contest. Paul Haselby, after a
considerable period on the sidelines, played the best game since his return to the side picking up penty
of the ball on his way to the Ross Glendinning Medal for best on ground in the derby. By three-quarter
time the margin was cut back to just 6 points.
A spectacular goal to Pavlich early in the last saw the margin reduced to just 1 point, and at the 10
minute mark a 50m penalty to Stephen Hill put the Dockers in front for the first time. Brett Peake then
chipped in, scoring from 40m out on the run, and by now the Dockers had a sniff and there was no
looking back.
Fremantle                                3.2        4.2        8.7        13.9 (87)
West Coast                              4.6       6.13      8.13       9.20 (74)
Goals : Fremantle - A Sandilands 2, S Hill 2, S Thornton 2, B Peake, D Mundy, M De Boer,
M Johnson, M Pavlich, R Crowley, R Murphy.
West Coast - A Embley 2, M LeCras 2, A
Hunter, B McKinley, B Staker, C Masten, S Hurn.
Best : Fremantle - P Duffield, P Haselby, B Schammer, G Ibbotson, S Hill, A Grover. West
Coast -
M Priddis, D Cox, A Selwood, Q Lynch, B McKinley, C Masten.
Injuries : Fremantle - R Crowley (foot). West Coast - B Staker (thumb), D Kerr
(cramp/illness).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - C Hendrie, M Vozzo, M Nicholls.
Crowd - 41,654 at Subiaco Oval.

Essendon came to Brisbane determined to give veteran fullback Dustin Fletcher a memorable 300th
game, but the Bombers' plans came unstuck when they were never in the contest against a resurgent
Brisbane lineup. The Lions took out the game by 43 points, and to make a bad night even worse for the
milestone man, Fletcher was forced from the field in the third quarter with an ankle injury.
Brisbane started the stronger, with Jonathan Brown showing he meant business outmarking his
oppenent Adam McPhee and converting. And the Lions' running game, which had deserted them last
week, was back; the Lions starting full of pace and momentum to score 10 goals to 3 in the first half;
and by the long break the margin was already out to 36 points.
Essendon worked hard in the first half, but some wasteful finishing put them further behind than the run
of play suggested they should have been. Matthew Lloyd, although he finally brought up his 900th career
goal late in the second term, had missed some kickable shots before that which would have kept the
Bombers in touch.
With the Lions having a sniff, the Bombers were never allowed back in the contest. Jonathan Brown
finished with 5 goals and Daniel Bradshaw 4; while Luke Power and Troy Selwood were among their
best.
Brisbane                             5.2        10.2        12.6        17.9 (111)
Essendon                            1.3         3.8         5.12         9.14 (68)
Goals : Brisbane - J Brown 5, D Bradshaw 4, L Power 3, J Brennan, J Sherman, M
Rischitelli, S Harding, T Selwood.
Essendon - J Winderlich 2, M Lloyd 2, A Lovett, D
Zaharakis, H Hocking, N Lovett-Murray, S Longeran.
Best : Brisbane - J Brown, L Power, T Selwood, C Stiller, S Black, T Johnstone. Essendon
-
J Watson, J Winderlich, A Lovett, M Lloyd, P Ryder, H Hocking.
Injuries : Brisbane - Nil. Essendon - D Fletcher (ankle).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - M Avon, S Hay, B Rosebury.
Crowd - 29,252 at Gabba.

Port Adelaide returned to form and moved into the top 4 when the Power took out a 26-point victory over
Adelaide in the SA showdown at AAMI Stadium on Saturday night.
The Crows kicked the first two goals of the game, but it took just 2 more minutes for the Power to restore
the game to level terms, and from there Port were never headed. A 10-point quarter-time lead was
extended to 22 points at the long break; and although a 4-goal margin was not an insurmountable
deficit, the Crows never looked a chance to peg it back.
Former basketballer Dean Brogan dominated the ruck to take out the Showdown Medal. Daniel Motlop,
Robbie Gray and Warren Tredrea all kicked 3 goals, while Kane Cornes with 37 disposals was
prominent for the Power. For Adelaide, Jason Porplyzia kicked 3, while Bernie Vince and Nathan Bock
picked up plenty of the football.
Port Adelaide                     3.4        8.6       11.12        15.15 (105)
Adelaide                             2.0        5.2         8.5            12.7 (79)
Goals : Port Adelaide - D Motlop 3, R Gray 3, W Tredrea 3, C Cornes 2, D Pearce 2, B
Ebert, B Lade.
Adelaide - J Porplyzia 3, B Vince 2, J Petrenko 2, P Dangerfield 2, M
Doughty, S Thompson, T Walker.
Best : Port Adelaide - C Cornes, K Cornes, S Salopek, D Motlop, M Thomas, W Tredrea.
Adelaide - B Vince, N Van Berlo, T Edwards, R Douglas, S Thompson, N Bock.
Injuries : Port Adelaide - H Harlett (hamstring). Adelaide - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - M Stevic, C Kamolins, R Chamberlain.
Crowd - 41,558 at AAMI Stadium.

Sydney maintained their unbeaten home record when they defeated Richmond by 19 points at the SCG,
but the Swans had to withstand a late surge by the Tigers that threatened to over-run the Swans during
the last quarter.
The early stages of the game saw the Swans dominate, leading by 23 points at the first change; and
despite two goals in the final minute of the half, the lead was still 27 points at the long break. Michael
O'Loughlin, returning from injury to play his first game for 2009, was looking dangerous up forward;
while Canadian ruckman Mike Pyke made his debut for the Swans.
But the Tigers fought back, kicking 4 goals to 2 in the third term and 2 of the first 3 in the last to cut the
margin to just 6 points. The Tigers continued to press, and Jack Riewoldt gained possession 50m out
with no-one in front of him; but as he ran into an open goal he was run down from behind by a
sensational desperation tackle from Martin Mattner. From there the Swans steadied to take the match by
19 points and restore their position in the top 8.
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Sydney                             5.6        9.7        11.9        14.10 (94)
Richmond                         2.1        5.4         9.6           11.9 (75)
Goals : Sydney - B Hall 2, B Meredith 2, J Moore 2, K Jack 2, M O'Loughlin 2, H Grundy, J
McVeigh, K Thornton, R Shaw.
Richmond - A Collins 2, A Graham 2, R Tambling 2, J
Oakley-Nicholls, J Riewoldt, M Coughlan, M Richardson, R Nahas.
Best : Sydney - T Richards, R Shaw, M Mattner, A Buchanan, J Bolton, L Roberts-
Thompson.
Richmond - R Tambling, J Bowden, A Collins, A Pattison, M Coughlan, B
Deledio.
Injuries : Sydney - Nil. Richmond - Nil.
Crowd - 25,410 at SCG.

Geelong were never seriously threatened by Melbourne in their Sunday afternoon clash at the MCG, with
the Cats always looking in control to win by 43 points. But the major talking point from the game was the
injury to Gary Ablett, the early Brownlow Medal favourite being escorted from the field with a groin strain;
and is in doubt for the Cats' match against Sydney next Saturday.
The game never reached any great heights, with the Cats clearly superior all day but seemingly on
cruise control. A 6 goals to 2 second term set up a match-winning break, and although Melbourne won
the last quarter, it wasn't by enough to cause the Cats any discomfort.
Geelong                            3.3        9.8        12.17        15.21 (111)
Melbourne                        2.4        4.6          6.7            10.8 (68)
Goals : Geelong - S Johnson 4, C Mooney 3, M Rooke 2, T Varcoe 2, G Ablett, M Stokes, P
Chapman, T Hawkins.
Melbourne - R Robertson 3, B Miller 2, B Moloney, C Sylvia, J
Bennell, P Johnson, R Petterd.
Best : Geelong - P Chapman, J Bartel, J Corey, C Enright, A Mackie, J Selwood. Melbourne
-
C Morton, B McLean, C Sylvia, A Davey, B Moloney, N Jones.
Injuries : Geelong - G Ablett (groin). Melbourne - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - H Kennedy, J Dalgleish, H Ryan.
Crowd - 36,932 at MCG.

St Kilda remain on top of the ladder after the Saints overcame the Western Bulldogs, and their own
inaccuracy, to run out 28-point winners in the twilight match at Docklands.
The Saints would have been keen for a big performance for Nick Dal Santo's 150th game, but they
looked tentative in front of goal, with set shots that normally would have been easily converted sailing
wide. Despite racking up 21 scoring shots to 9 in the first half, the Saints' lead of 27 points was less
than the run of play indicated should be the case.
But the Bulldogs were unable to capitalise on the Saints' inaccuracy, falling away to their third straight
defeat. The Bulldogs rallied late in the game, kicking the last 4 goals, but all that did was cut the margin
to a more respectable 28 points, and reduced St Kilda's percentage to below 200. Nick Riewoldt kicked
4 for the Saints, while Adam Schneider contributed 3.
St Kilda                          3.7        7.14        12.18        14.20 (104)
Western Bulldogs          1.4         4.5            7.8           11.10 (76)
Goals : St Kilda - N Riewoldt 4, A Schneider 3, A McQualter, B Goddard, J Gram, J Gwilt, J
Koschitzke, M Gardiner, N Dal Santo.
Bulldogs - J Hill 3, J Akermanis 2, A Everitt, L Gilbee,
N Eagleton, R Griffen, S Higgins, W Minson.
Best : St Kilda - B Goddard, N Riewoldt, F Ray, S Gilbert, L Hayes, J Geary. Bulldogs - R
Hargrave, J Akermanis, R Griffen, M Boyd, J Hill, L Gilbee.
Injuries : St Kilda - Nil. Bulldogs - T Williams (foot) replaced in selected side by A Everitt.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - C Donlon, T Pennell, S McBurney.
Crowd - 36,302 at Docklands.
HARBOURSPORT  
 
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
For
Against
Pts
%age
Streak
St Kilda
6
6
0
0
659
338
24
195.0
W6
Geelong
6
6
0
0
709
470
24
150.8
W6
Port Adelaide
6
4
0
2
585
547
16
107.0
W1
Carlton
6
3
0
3
683
563
12
121.3
L1
Collingwood
6
3
0
3
603
517
12
116.6
W1
Western Bulldogs
6
3
0
3
596
575
12
103.6
L3
Sydney
6
3
0
3
553
548
12
100.9
W1
Hawthorn
6
3
0
3
596
596
12
100.0
W1
Brisbane
6
3
0
3
512
556
12
92.1
W1
Essendon
6
3
0
3
509
558
12
91.2
L1
Adelaide
6
3
0
3
479
540
12
88.7
L1
West Coast
6
2
0
4
521
575
8
90.6
L2
North Melbourne
6
2
0
4
437
548
8
79.7
L2
Fremantle
6
2
0
4
481
655
8
73.4
W2
Richmond
6
1
0
5
476
617
4
77.2
L1
Melbourne
6
1
0
5
423
619
4
68.3
L2
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