HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF THE YEAR :
Carlton v West Coast - K Simpson (Carl) 5, M Murphy (Carl) 4, D Cox (WCE) 3, B Fevola (Carl) 3, A Embley (WCE) 2, P Bower (Carl) 2, M
LeCras (WCE) 1.
North Melbourne v Brisbane - J Adcock (Bris) 5, A Swallow (NthM) 4, H McIntosh (NthM) 3, M Clark (Bris) 3, A Simpson (NthM) 2, D Rich
(Bris) 2, L Power (Bris) 1.
Western Bulldogs v Sydney - D Giansiracusa (WBul) 5, A Goodes (Syd) 4, S Higgins (WBul) 4, A Cooney (WBul) 3, R O'Keefe (Syd) 2, B
Kirk (Syd) 1, C Ward (WBul) 1.
St Kilda v Melbourne - L: Montagna (St K) 5, C Morton (Melb) 4, B Goddard (St K) 4, L Hayes (St K) 3, C Sylvia (Melb) 2, C Bruce (Melb) 1, N
Dal Santo (St K) 1.
Fremantle v Richmond - S Tuck (Rich) 4, P Duffield (Freo) 4, B Deledio (Rich) 3, A Sandilands (Freo) 3, R Tambling (Rich) 2, D Mundy
(Freo) 2, N Foley (Rich) 1, G Ibbotson (Freo) 1.
Adelaide v Hawthorn - S Thompson (Adel) 5, B Sewell (Haw) 4, M Doughty (Adel) 4, J Lewis (Haw) 3, C Knights (Adel) 2, C Rioli (Haw) 1, T
Walker (Adel) 1.
Essendon v Geelong - S Byrnes (Geel) 6, J Selwood (Geel) 4, B Houli (Ess) 3, S Johnson (Geel) 3, G Ablett (Geel) 2, H Hocking (Ess) 1, J
Kelly (Geel) 1.
Collingwood v Port Adelaide - D Swan (Coll) 5, D Cassisi (Port) 4, L Brown (Coll) 4, S Pendlebury (Coll) 3, D Pearce (Port) 2, K Cornes
(Port) 1, S Cox (Coll) 1.
LEADING GOALKICKERS :
34 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
32 - Steve Johnson (Geel)
32 - Nick Riewoldt (St K)
31 - Brendan Fevola (Carl)
31 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
31 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
30 - Warren Tredrea (Port)
28 - Daniel Bradshaw (Bris)
26 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
25 - Eddit Betts (Carl)
24 - John Anthony (Coll)
23 - Barry Hall (Syd)
22 - Jason Porplyzia (Adel)
ROUND 11 FIXTURES
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (60/80 to date)

Friday 5th June
Richmond v Western Bulldogs (7:40pm, Docklands)
Saturday 6th June
North Melbourne v St Kilda (2:10pm, Docklands)
Brisbane v
Carlton (7:10pm, Gabba)
Port Adelaide v Fremantle (7:40pm, AAMI Stadium)
Sunday 7th June
Essendon v Adelaide (1:10pm, Docklands)
Hawthorn v Sydney (2:10pm, MCG)
West Coast v
Geelong (4:40pm, Subiaco Oval)
Monday 8th June
Melbourne v Collingwood (2:10pm, MCG)
HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF
THE YEAR - Leader Board
Leigh Montagna (St K) - 32
Dean Cox (WCE) - 28
Dane Swan (Coll) - 28
James Bartel (Geel) - 24
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 23
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 22
Scott Pendlebury (Coll) - 22
Sam Mitchell (Haw) - 21
Nick Riewoldt (St K) - 21
Steve Johnson (Geel) - 20
Lenny Hayes (St K) - 20
Brett Stanton (Ess) - 20
Brad Sewell (Haw) - 20
Carlton returned to the winning list on Friday night with a 41-point victory over a disappointing West Coast at
Docklands. There were fireworks at the start when Daniel Kerr ran into Marc Murphy, but the bump wasn't as
serious as first thought and Murphy soon returned to the field.
Meanwhile the Blues were getting off to a solid start, a 5 goals to 3 opening term giving them an 11-point
quarter time lead. But the second quarter was where Carlton made their impression on the match, with 4
unanswered goals setting up a match-winning break. Although the second half was even, with both sides
scoring 7.5 for the half, the damage was done.
Brendan Fevola kicked 6 goals for Carlton in a welcome return to form, while Marc Murphy with 32
possessions and Chris Judd with 29 were prominent around the ground. Mark LeCras was a lone hand for
the Eagles up forward, kicking 6 of their 10 goals. The result sees Carlton return to the top 8, and with a
healthy percentage; while West Coast are 2 games away from the top 8 and hopes of a finals appearance
for 2009 are slipping away.
Carlton                                5.2        9.10        11.12        16.15 (111)
West Coast                          3.3         3.5           7.7           10.10 (70)
Goals : Carlton - B Fevola 6, B Fisher 3, J Garlett 2, R Houlihan 2, C Judd, E Betts, S Browne.
West Coast - M LeCras 6, J Kennedy 2, A Hunter, D Wirrpanda.
Best : Carlton - K Simpson, M Murphy, B Fevola, P Bower, C Judd, B Thornton. West Coast -
D Cox, A Embley, M LeCras, A Selwood, M Rosa, J Kennedy.
Injuries : Carlton - Nil. West Coast - Nil.
Reports : Carlton - M Robinson for rough conduct against A Selwood in the third quarter.
Umpires - M Vozzo, M Avon, B Rosebury.
Crowd - 39,611 at Docklands.

Brisbane consolidated their position in the top 8, while North Melbourne are in serious danger of falling
behind the pace, after the Lions travelled to Melbourne and took their match against the Kangaroos by 18
points.
The early stages of the game were evenly fought, with Daniel Harris having a chance to level the scores after
the quarter-time siren but his kick was narrowly off target, giving Brisbane a 5-point quarter time. Two quick
second quarter goals to Warren and McMahon within the first 5 minutes of the second quarter gave the
Kangaroos a 7-point break, but the Kangaroos were only to manage one more for the quarter and by half
time Brisbane were back in front by 13 points.
The Lions got on top in the third term, twice extending the lead to 25 points before the Kangaroos rallied, but
were unable to get the deficit below 2 goals. And with a 19-point lead at the last change, the Lions defended
magnificently in the last quarter to deny the Kangaroos any goal-scoring opportunties until it was too late.
Brisbane                              4.2        8.6        12.8        15.9 (99)
North Melbourne                 3.3        6.5          9.7        12.9 (81)
Goals : Brisbane - R Hooper 4, J Brown 2, J Polkinghorne 2, J Sherman 2, C Stiller, D
Bradshaw, D Rich, J Adcock, S Black.
North Melbourne - B Warren 4, D Hale 2, D Petrie 2, D
Harris, D Wells, L Thomas, S McMahon.
Best : Brisbane - J Adcock, M Clark, D Rich, L Power, M Rischitelli, A McGrath. North
Melbourne -
A Swallow, H McIntosh, A Simpson, D Petrie, L Hardin, B Warren.
Injuries : Brisbane - M Rischitelli (shoulder). North Melbourne - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - H Kennedy, S Hay, M Nicholls.
Crowd - 21,583 at Docklands.
A blistering first half by the Western Bulldogs saw them dominate a disappointing Sydney outfit. The game
was all over at half time, and a late burst by the Swans did little to mask what had been a display of total
Bulldog dominance.
The Swans kicked the first two goals of the game, but would not score another one until midway through
the third term. During their scoring gap, the Bulldogs ran riot, controlling the game around the ground and
adding 14 unanswered goals. Although the Swans then lifted and outscored the Bulldogs for the
remainder of the game, the Bulldogs still recorded a 40-point win. The final margin flattered the Swans
and didn't do justice to the Bulldogs, who had led by over 70 points during the third term before putting
their cue back in the rack.
Scott Welsh kicked 4 goals for the Bulldogs, while Daniel Giansiracusa and Adam Cooney were among
their best. For the Swans, a disappointing day was partly eased by the persistent form of Barry Hall,
whose 6 goals in the second half added some respectability to the scoreline.
Western Bulldogs                 5.2        13.6        16.7        18.9 (117)
Sydney                                 2.2         2.2          7.4          12.5 (77)
Goals : Bulldogs - S Welsh 4, C Ward 3, D Giansiracusa 3, M Hahn 3, A Cooney 2, J
Harbrow, M Boyd, S Higgins.
Sydney - B Hall 6, A Goodes 2, J Bolton, K Jack, L Ablett, N
Malceski.
Best : Bulldogs - D Giansiracusa, S Higgins, A Cooney, C Ward, S Welsh, D Cross. Sydney
-
A Goodes, R O'Keefe, B Kirk, J Bolton, R Shaw, B Hall.
Injuries : Bulldogs - T Williams (foot) replaced in selected side by R Harbrow. Sydney - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - T Pannell, S McBurney, S McInerney.
Crowd - 12,457 at Manuka Oval.

St Kilda took their home game against Melbourne to the Gold Coast, and for the first half the Saints were
given a run for their money by a determined Demons side. It was goal for goal early, with the Saints
leading by just 4 points at quarter time and 8 points at the long break. But the momentum of the game
shifted in the third quarter, with the Saints' defence tightening and snuffing out any forward momentum the
Demons attempted to generate. With 3 goals in the third term while holding the Demons scoreless, the
lead had extended to 29 points and all the Saints had to do was sit on their lead to ensure victory. The
final quarter was more of the same, the Demons completing a goal-less second half, and while the
Saints were only to manage a single goal themselves, the result of the game was beyond dispute.
St Kilda                                5.3        7.8        10.11        11.17 (83)
Melbourne                           4.5        6.6          6.6            6.10 (46)
Goals : St Kilda - N Riewoldt 4, B Goddard 2, A McQualter, F Ray, J Geary, J Gwilt, J
Koschitzke.
Melbourne - A Maric, B Green, C Bruce, C Sylvia, J Grawley, M Bate.
Best : St Kilda - L Montagna, B Goddard, L Hayes, N Dal Santo, N Riewoldt, F Ray.
Melbourne - C Morton, C Sylvia, C Bruce, P Johnson, M Jamar, M Bate.
Injuries : St Kilda - S Milne (knee) replaced in selected side by J Gram. Melbourne - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - C Kamolins, S Grun, M James.
Crowd - 9,112 at Gold Coast Stadium.

Just a few weeks ago, Mitch Morton was the villain after playing on and failing to kick a goal in the dying
stages, the Tigers going down by a kick to Port Adelaide. But this time he was the hero, after again playing
on but kicking the winning goal at the 31 minute mark of the final quarter of Richmond's thrilling match
against Fremantle at Subiaco Oval.
In an entertaining and high-scoring match in which 13 Richmond players and 11 Fremantle players
scored goals, the constant changes in momentum would keep the fans guessing the result until the end.
The Dockers got on top in the second term to lead by 14 points at half time, but an 8 goals to 3 third term
saw the Tigers lead by 15 points.
But the Dockers weren't done yet. Despite having only one player left on the bench after being decimated
by injuties again, the Dockers came storming back into the contest with the first 3 goals. From there it was
goal for goal, and as the clock ran down the Dockers were sitting on the narrowest of leads. But the
Tigers, through Morton, regained the lead with just seconds to go to take their second victory of the
season.
Richmond                           4.3        5.9        13.9        17.13 (115)
Fremantle                           6.2        8.5        11.6        17.10 (112)
Goals : Richmond - B Deledio 2, J Riewoldt 2, M Morton 2, N Brown 2, B Cousins, C
Newman, L McGuane, N Foley, R Nahas, R Tambling, S Tuck, T Cotchin, T Simmonds.
Fremantle - A Sandilands 2, C Tarrant 2, D Headland 2, M Johnson 2, M Pavlich 2, S
Thornton 2, B Peake, D Mundy, N Suban, P Duffield, P Haselby.
Best : Richmond - S Tuck, B Deledio, R Tambling, N Foley, A Collins, C Newman. Fremantle
-
P Duffield, A Sandilands, D Mundy, G Ibbotson, G Broughton, C Tarrant.
Injuries : Richmond - B Deledio (finger), M White (hamstring). Fremantle - B Schammer
(groin), M Johnson (ankle), S Hill (corked thigh).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - S Wenn, M Stevic, J Dalgleish.
Crowd - 35,391 at Subiaco Oval.

As was the case in last week's result against Carlton, Adelaide got off to a flying start and had a huge
half-time lead before slowing to a walk in the third quarter to let their opposition back into the game and
then steadying in the last to record a valuable win. This time the Crows' opponents were defending
champions Hawthorn, the Crows' win drawing them level with the defending champions on the ladder
and only out of the top 8 on percentage.
The Crows could do no wrong in the first half. Backing themselves in every contest, making all the right
decisions and with the ball bouncing their way, it was one-way traffic. By half time the margin was 48
points. But the third quarter, as was the case last week, saw the Crows fail to maintain their first half
intensity and the Hawks came storming back, 4 unanswered goals cutting the margin to just 23 points by
three quarter time. But that was as close as the Hawks could get as the Crows steadied in the last quarter.
Taylor Walker kicked 5 goals for the Crows and Chris Knights 4, while Scott Thompson's 38 possessions
were instrumental to Adelaide's success. For Hawthorn, the twin towers of Franklin and Roughead on the
forward line were kept quiet, with Cyril Rioli's 4 goals making him the Hawks' top goalscorer for the day.
Adelaide                            7.1        12.4        12.5        16.10 (106)
Hawthorn                          2.1         4.4          8.6           12.7 (79)
Best : Adelaide - T Walker 5, C Knights 4, M Doughty 2, B Vince, K Tippett, P Dangerfield, R
Douglas, S Stevens.
Hawthorn - C Rioli 4, L Franklin 3, C Bateman 2, J Lewis, J Roughead,
S Dew.
Best : Adelaide - S Thompson, M Doughty, C Knights, T Walker, B Vince, N Van Berlo.
Hawthorn - B Sewell, J Lewis, C Rioli, B Muston, X Ellis, C Bateman.
Injuries : Adelaide - Nil. Hawthorn - C Bateman (leg), C Brown (knee).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - S Ryan, R Findlay, R Chamberlain.
Crowd - 40,035 at AAMI Stadium.

Geelong maintained their unbeaten run, keeping pace with St Kilda on the ladder with a comprehensive
64-point win over Essendon at Docklands on Sunday afternoon; maintaining a run unique in league
history of two teams being undefeated after 10 rounds.
The Bombers scored the first goal of the game in the opening minute, but it was to be the only bright spot
for the Bombers in a first quarter where the Cats showed their class around the ground. The same story
was to continue in the second quarter, with Shannon Byrnes, Joel Selwood, Gary Ablett and Jimmy Bartel
accumulating possessions at will. By half time the margin was out to 60 points, and had blown out to 82
points at the last change before the Cats let up the pressure in the last quarter to see the final margin
reduced to 64.
Steve Johnson was the focal point up forward with 6 goals, while Joel Selwood was the top ball-winner
with 37 possessions. But it was a solid all-round performance by the Cats, and when they are on their
game like they were in this match there was nothing the inexperienced and under-manned Bombers
could do to stop the juggernaut.
Geelong                           6.4        12.7        17.13        20.14 (134)
Essendon                         1.1         3.1          5.3            11.4 (70)
Goals : Geelong - S Johnson 6, C Mooney 4, C Ling 2, G Ablett 2, J Selwood 2, S Bynes 2,
M Rooke, T Varcoe.
Essendon - J Neagle 3, H Hocking 2, A Lovett, B Stanton, C Hookes, M
Lloyd, M McVeigh, S Longeran.
Best : Geelong - S Byrnes, J Selwood, S Johnson, G Ablett, J Kelly, J Bartel. Essendon - B
Houli, H Hocking, P Ryder, J Winderlich, R Dyson, J Neagle.
Injuries : Geelong - G Ablett (ankle), T Harley (hamstring), J Corey (foot) replaced in
selected side by S Byrnes.
Essendon - T Bellchambers (knee).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - C Donlon, T Keating, S Meredith.
Crowd - 48,852 at Docklands.

Port Adelaide made the early front-running with the first four goals in their Sunday twilight clash against
Collingwood at the MCG, but the Magpies then took the initiative, taking the lead in the third quarter and
cruising to a comfortable 38-point win to replace the Power in the top 8.
The Power led by 6 points at the long break, but Collingwood kicked 9 goals to 2 in the premiership
quarter to turn the deficit into a 38-point lead. From there the result of the game was never in doubt, and
the Magpies were on their way to their second straight win and into the top 8, with hopes high that the
Magpies are making amends for their slow start to their 2009 campaign. But for Port, in 3rd place just a
fortnight ago, the result sees them dip out of the top 8 after their second straight defeat.
John Anthony kicked 4 for the Magpies, while the star of the day was Dane Swan, with an amazing 48
possessions.
Collingwood                     3.1        6.5        15.8        17.12 (114)
Port Adelaide                    5.2        7.5         9.6          11.10 (76)
Goals : Collingwood - J Anthony 4, A Didak 3, B Dick 3, L Brown 2, D Swan, L Davis, M
Clarke, S Sidebottom, T Lockyer.
Port Adelaide - B Ebert 3, B Lade, D Cassisi, D Pearce, D
Rodan, J Surjan, M Westoff, R Gray, W Tredrea.
Best : Collingwood - D Swan, L Brown, S Pendlebury, S Cox, S Wellingham, S O'Bree. Port
Adelaide -
D Cassisi, D Pearce, K Cornes, S Salopek, T Boak, P Burgoyne.
Injuries : Collingwood - Nil. Port Adelaide - C Cornes (calf), M Thomas (leg), D Motlop
(ankle) replaced in selected side by M Westoff.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - S McLaren, D Margetts, J Armstrong.
Crowd - 34,793 at MCG.
HARBOURSPORT  
AFL
 
Play
Won
Draw
Lost
For
Agnst
Pts
%age
Strk
St Kilda
10
10
0
0
1,057
576
40
183.5
W10
Geelong
10
10
0
0
1,194
768
40
155.5
W10
Western Bulldogs
10
6
0
4
1,049
951
24
110.3
W1
Brisbane
10
6
0
4
908
888
24
102.2
W1
Carlton
10
5
0
5
1,039
878
20
118.3
W1
Collingwood
10
5
0
5
898
891
20
100.8
W2
Sydney
10
5
0
5
924
950
20
97.3
L1
Hawthorn
10
5
0
5
948
975
20
97.2
L1
Essendon
10
5
0
5
891
939
20
94.9
L1
Port Adelaide
10
5
0
5
951
1,008
20
94.4
L2
Adelaide
10
5
0
5
858
916
20
93.7
W2
North Melbourne
10
4
0
6
790
971
16
81.4
L1
West Coast
10
3
0
7
848
962
12
88.2
L3
Fremantle
10
3
0
7
831
1,036
12
80.2
L3
Richmond
10
2
0
8
846
1,053
8
80.3
W1
Melbourne
10
1
0
9
740
1,010
4
73.3
L6
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