Early appearances were misleading when Carlton took on St Kilda at Docklands to start the split round. The
Saints got off to a flying start, with 6 goals in the opening 10 minutes, giving the impression the game would
be one-way traffic. Ticking into time-on in the second quarter, the Saints led by 27 points, but the Blues
suddenly sprung into life, kicking 4 goals during the additional time to trail by just 3 points at the long break.
From there it was a much closer contest. The Blues snapped at St Kilda's heels all night, but importantly
they never took the lead. Nick Riewoldt had 5 goals on the board by early in the third term, but the Blues
never gave up and the contest remained close all night.
Late in the final term the Blues had a chance to take the lead, but Fevola's set shot sailed wide. The Saints
ran the ball from end to end, and full-back Zac Dawson kicked a rare goal to put the result beyond doubt.
The Saints remain undefeated, while the Blues risk falling out of the top 4. The big name midfielders were
again pivotal for the Saints, with Leigh Montagna accumulating 36 possessions and Nick Dal Santo 34.
St Kilda                        7.2        9.5        13.7        16.8 (104)
Carlton                        3.2        9.2        11.6        14.11 (95)
Goals : St Kilda - N Riewoldt 5, A Schneider 2, J Gram 2, A McQualter, B Goddard, J
Koschitzke, L Montagna, N Dal Santo, S Milne, Z Dawson.
Carlton - B Fevola 2, E Betts 2, J
Bannister 2, M Murphy 2, A Carrazzo, J Garlett, K Simpson, S Grigg, S Hampson, S O'hAilpin.
Best : St Kilda - L Montagna, L Hayes, N Dal Santo, B Goddard, N Riewoldt, S Gilbert.
Carlton - C Judd, M Murphy, B Gibbs, K Simpson, P Bower, H Scotland.
Injuries : St Kilda - Nil. Carlton - C Judd (broken nose), B Thornton (hamstring) replaced in
selected side by M Austin.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - M Vozzo, T Pannell, S McBurney.
Crowd - 50,820 at Docklands.

Port Adelaide's hopes of returning to finals action in 2008 took a major hit when the Power were thrashed by
93 points by a rampant Western Bulldogs in Darwin.
The Bulldogs were the better side early, with 3 goals in the opening 10 minutes of the game. And although
Port held back the tide through the remainder of the first half and through a relatively even second half, the
Bulldogs still held a 28-point lead at half-time.
And the second half was one-way traffic, with the Power having no hope against the Bulldogs. 5 goals to 1 in
the third term and 8 goals to 1 blew the margin out to give the Bulldogs their biggest-ever win against Port
Adelaide. The Bulldogs remain comfortably entrenched in third place, while Port drop out of the top 8; and
will need to work hard over their mid-season break to get themselves out of the rut they now find themselves
in.
Western Bulldogs          4.2        8.5        13.9        21.11 (137)
Port Adelaide                 1.1        4.1         5.2            7.2 (44)
Goals : Bulldogs - B Johnson 3, J Hill 3, W Minson 3, D Giansiracusa 2, M Hahn 2, B Hudson,
C Ward, J Akermanis, L Gilbee, L Picken, M Boyd, R Griffen, S Higgins.
Port Adelaide - B Ebert
2, D Cassisi, D Motlop, D Rodan, J Westhoff, W Tredrea.
Best : Bulldogs - D Cross, R Hargrave, L Gilbee, C Ward, A Cooney, R Griffen. Port Adelaide
-
T Thurstans, D Cassisi, D Rodan, K Cornes, P Burgoyne, J Surjan.
Injuries : Bulldogs - Nil. Port Adelaide - D Motlop (ankle).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - S Wenn, C Hendrie, M Stevic.
Crowd - 11,306 at TIO Stadium, Darwin.
HARBOURSPORT  
AFL
 
Play
Won
Draw
Lost
For
Agnst
Pts
%age
Strk
St Kilda
12
12
0
0
1,264
728
48
173.6
W12
Geelong
12
12
0
0
1,387
920
48
150.8
W12
Western Bulldogs
12
8
0
4
1,343
1,084
32
123.9
W3
Collingwood
12
7
0
5
1,113
1,017
28
109.4
W4
Brisbane
12
7
0
5
1,107
1,051
28
105.3
W1
Adelaide
12
7
0
5
1,056
1,054
28
100.2
W4
Carlton
12
6
0
6
1,246
1,088
24
114.5
L1
Essendon
12
6
0
6
1,136
1,152
24
98.6
W1
Hawthorn
12
6
0
6
1,085
1,143
24
94.9
L1
Port Adelaide
12
6
0
6
1,089
1,215
24
89.6
L1
Sydney
12
5
0
7
1,065
1,125
20
94.7
L3
North Melbourne
12
4
0
8
871
1,142
16
76.3
L3
West Coast
12
3
0
9
1,002
1,153
12
86.9
L5
Richmond
12
3
0
9
1,027
1,287
12
79.8
W1
Fremantle
12
3
0
9
976
1,224
12
79.7
L5
Melbourne
12
1
0
11
883
1,267
4
69.7
L8
HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF THE YEAR :
Carlton v St Kilda - L Montagna (St K) - 4, C Judd (Carl) 4, L Hayes (St K) 3, M Murphy (Carl) 3, N Dal Santo (St K) 2, B Gibbs (Carl) 2, B
Goddard (St K) 1, K Simpson (Carl) 1.
Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide - D Cross (WBul) 6, R Hargrace (WBul) 5, L Gilbee (WBul) 4, C Ward (WBul) 3, T Thurstans (Port) 1, A
Cooney (WBul) 1.
Richmond v West Coast - M Morton (Rich) 5, M Priddis (WCE) 4, D Glass (WCE) 3, R Tambling (Rich) 3, D Wirrpanda (WCE) 2, L McGuane
(Rich) 2, N Foley (Rich) 1.
Hawthorn v Brisbane - L Power (Bris) 5, M Rischitelli (Bris) 4, S Mitchell (Haw) 3, J Brown (Bris) 3, B Sewell (Haw) 2, J Brennan (Bris) 2, X
Ellis (Haw) 1.
Adelaide v North Melbourne - M Doughty (Adel) 5, S Thompson (Adel) 4, H McIntosh (NthM) 3, A Otten (Adel) 3, N Grima (NthM) 2, J
Porplyzia (Adel) 2, D Petrie (NthM) 1.
Essendon v Melbourne - S Lucas (Ess) 5, J Watson (Ess) 4, C Bruce (Melb) 3, A Monfries (Ess) 3, A Davey (Melb) 2, A Welsh (Ess) 2, B
Moloney (Melb) 1.
Sydney v Collingwood - A Didak (Coll) 5, R O'Keefe (Syd) 4, D Swan (Coll) 4, D Jolly (Syd) 3, L Davis (Coll) 2, M Mattner (Syd) 1, S O'Bree
(Coll) 1.
Fremantle v Geelong - S Byrnes (Geel) 5, A Sandilands (Freo) 4, M Pavlich (Freo) 3, C Enright (Geel) 3, G Broughton (Freo) 2, S Johnson
(Geel) 2, J Corey (Geel) 1.
LEADING GOALKICKERS :
41 - Brendan Fevola (Carl)
40 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
40 - Nick Riewoldt (St K)
38 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
36 - Steven Johnson (Geel)
35 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
32 - Warren Tredrea (Port)
30 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
30 - Daniel Bradshaw (Bris)
28 - John Anthony (Coll)
28 - Juston Koschitzke (St K)
27 - Barry Hall (Syd)
27 - Eddie Betts (Carl)
ROUND 13 FIXTURES
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (73/96 to date)

Friday 26th June
Essendon v Carlton (7:40pm, MCG)
Saturday 27th June
Collingwood v Fremantle (2:10pm, MCG)
Adelaide v Sydney (3:10pm, AAMI Stadium)
Brisbane v Melbourne (7:10pm, Gabba)
West Coast v Hawthorn (7:40pm, Subiaco Oval)
Sunday 28th June
Geelong v Port Adelaide (1:10pm, Skilled Stadium)
North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs (2:10pm, MCG)
St Kilda v Richmond (4:40pm, Docklands)
HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF
THE YEAR - Leader Board
Dane Swan (Coll) - 36
Leigh Montagna (St K) - 36
Dean Cox (WCE) - 32
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 28
James Bartel (Geel) - 28
Scott Pendlebury (Coll) - 28
Lenny Hayes (St K) - 26
Nick Riewoldt (St K) - 26
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 24
Marc Murphy (Carl) - 24
Sam Mitchell (Haw) - 24
Brett Stanton (Ess) - 24
After a mid-season change of coach, it's quite common to see a team lift their game, turn their fortunes
around and take out a victory. And so it was for Richmond, with Jade Rawlings' debut as Tigers coach
seeing the Tigers defeat fellow strugglers West Coast by 15 points at Docklands.
With former Brownlow Medallist Ben Cousins back in the side, the Tigers dominated possession in the
first quarter, and but for some wasteful finishing in front of goals could have been further in front. But the
24-point buffer they built up during the opening term was too big a break for the Eagles to peg back; and
although West Coast got back to within 11 points by the last change, they never looked like stealing the
game.
Mitch Morton was best on ground, with 5 goals; continuing his revival after his season could have derailed
with the disastrous last-minute shot against Port Adelaide earlier in the season. The result for the Tigers
sees them  move ahead of Fremantle, only behind West Coast on percentage and with some hope of
making some progress to move up the ladder.
Richmond                      5.6        8.8        10.12        13.14 (92)
West Coast                    2.0        6.2          9.7          11.11 (77)
Goals : Richmond - M Morton 5, S Edwards 2, T Hislop 2, A Graham, B Deledio, J Riewoldt,
T Vickery.
West Coast - J Kennedy 4, M LeCras 3, A Selwood, M Brown, M Priddis, M Rosa.
Best : Richmond - M Morton, R Tambling, L McGuane, N Foley, S Tuck, D Polo. West Coast -
M Priddis, D Glass, D Wirrpanda, S Hurn, D Cox, M LeCras.
Injuries : Richmond - Nil. West Coast - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - S Jeffery, M Nicholls, D Margetts.
Crowd - 30,197 at Docklands.

Hawthorn's hopes of a title defence took a turn for the worse after the Hawks were outclassed by a
resurgent Brisbane, the Lions taking out a 42-point win in Launceston.
Aurora Stadium has been a happy hunting ground for the Hawks, and everything looked to be going to
plan when they led by 14 points at half-time in a low scoring game. The Lions had been inaccurate,
largely due to the pressure the Hawks were placing them under. But after the break it was a different story,
as the Lions began to hit their straps and work their way back into the contest. Shortly before three-
quarter time the Lions hit the front, and from there the Hawks were unable to score another goal as the
Lions raced away to blow the final margin out.
In a tight battle for finals positions, the size of the margin could well be crucial in determining how the final
8 takes shape. Jonathan Brown kicked 5 for the Lions, while Luke Power was dominant in the midfield
with 36 possessions.
Brisbane                         2.4        3.9        7.13        13.15 (93)
Hawthorn                       3.3        6.5         7.7            7.9 (51)
Goals : Brisbane - J Brown 5, J Sherman 2, C Stiller, D Rich, M Clark, M Rischitelli, R Hooper,
T Notting.
Hawthorn - M Williams 3, B Sewell, J Roughead, L Franklin, S Dew.
Best : Brisbane - L Power, M Rischitelli, J Brown, J Brennan, J Sherman, J MacDonald.
Hawthorn - S Mitchell, B Sewell, X Ellis, B Guerra, J Lewis, L Hodge.
Injuries : Brisbane - M Clark (quad), T Selwood (shoulder). Hawthorn - Nil.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - C Donlon, J Schmitt, H Kennedy.
Crowd - 16,710 at Aurora Stadium.

Adelaide moved into the top 8 when the Crows dominated over an insipid Kangaroos lineup in the Sunday
twilight fixture in heavy rain at AAMI Stadium.
Winning the toss and kicking with the wind in the opening quarter, the Crows had the ball on their forward
line for much of the opening quarter and kept the visitors scoreless for the opening term. But when the
Kangaroos had the wind in the second quarter, they were unable to make any advantage of the
conditions. Late in the quarter, against the run of play, Jason Porplyzia scored a vital goal into the wind;
and when he scored the opening two goals of the third quarter the game already looked safe.
The Crows continued their dominance for the remainder of the game, taking a 44-point victory; a result
that sees the Crows move into the top 8, but one that sees the Kangaroos fall further behind the pace of
this year's finals challengers.
Adelaide                           2.4        3.6        5.9        9.14 (68)
North Melbourne              0.0        1.2        2.5          3.6 (24)
Goals : Adelaide - J Porplyzia 3, B Vince, C Knights, K Tippett, N Bock, T Edwards, T Walker.
North Melbourne - A Edwards, C Jones, L Thomas.
Best : Adelaide - M Doughty, S Thompson, A Otten, J Porplyzia, N Bock, B Vince. North
Melbourne -
H McIntosh, N Grima, D Petrie, D Pratt, B Rawlings, A Simpson.
Injuries : Adelaide - B Reilly (hamstring), G Johncock (cold) replaced in selected side by R
Shirley.
North Melbourne - J Ziebell (broken leg), L Thomas (hamstring), D Hale replaced in
selected side by D Harris.
Reports - Nil. Umpires - S Ryan, M Avon, S Hay.
Crowd - 30,173 at AAMI Stadium.

Essendon's 2009 revival continued as the Bombers moved back into the top 8 with a 48-point victory over
Melbourne. The Bombers found the Demons a tough nut to crack early, but a one-sided second half saw
the Bombers receive a much-needed percentage boost. At half-time the margin was 16 points, before the
Bombers turned on the pressure in the premiership quarter with 7 goals to 1 to extend the margin to 58
points at the last change.
Matthew Lloyd and Scott Lucas each kicked 3 goals for the Bombers, while Jobe Watson racked up 28
disposals. On another disappointing night for the Demons, Aaron Davey was their top possession winner
with 30 touches.
Essendon                          6.3        10.7        17.13        19.17 (131)
Melbourne                         3.2         8.3           9.3            13.5 (83)
Goals : Essendon - M Lloyd 3, S Lucas 3, A Davey 2, A Monfries 2, H Skipworth 2, M
McVeigh 2, S Longeran 2, C Hooker, J Watson, J Winderlich.
Melbourne - B Miller 2, J Watts
2, M Bate 2, R Robertson 2, C Bruce, J Grimes, L Jurrah, N Jetta, S Martin.
Best : Essendon - S Lucas, J Watson, A Monfries, A Welsh, D Fletcher, S Longeran.
Melbourne - C Bruce, A Davey, B Moloney, B McLean, C Sylvia, B Green.
Injuries : Essendon - Nil. Melbourne - Nil.
Reports : Essendon - J McVeigh for striking J Rivers in the third quarter.
Umpires - S McLaren, H Ryan, M James.
Crowd - 45,470 at Docklands.

Sydney suffered their first home loss for 2009 when they were defeated by 23 points by their bogey side
Collingwood at ANZ Stadium. The Swans have struggled against the Magpies in recent years, and again
struggled to create any cohesive game plan as the Magpies got on top early.
The Swans fought back in the third term, hitting the front during time-on before a goal to the Magpies after
the siren put the visitors back in front. And from there it was all downhill for the Swans, but a delight to the
huge black and white contingent in the crowd, as the Swans were unable to score a goal in the last term
and the Magpies kicked away. to record their 4th straight victory and move up to 4th on the competition
table.
Collingwood                     4.2        7.7        9.9        13.11 (89)
Sydney                             2.2        5.3        9.6          9.12 (66)
Goals : Collingwood - L Davis 3, A Didak 2, S O'Bree 2, B Dick, D Swan, H O'Brien, J
Anthony, J Fraser, L Brown.
Sydney - B Hall 2, K Jack 2, R O'Keefe 2, A Goodes, E Barlow, J
Moore.
Best : Collingwood - A Didak, D Swan, L Davis, S O'Bree, H Shaw, N Maxwell. Sydney - R
O'Keefe, D Jolly, M Mattner, J Bolton, B Kirk, A Goodes.
Injuries : Collingwood - S Pendlebury (knee), N Brown (knee) replaced in selected side by
C Wood.
Sydney - J Crouch (knee), J McVeigh (shoulder).
Reports - Nil. Umpires - M Stevic, S Meredith, R Chamberlain.
Crowd - 41,042 at ANZ Stadium.

Geelong travelled to the west for their second successive game, and like in their previous game the Cats
were pushed all the way by their determined rivals but held on to record the victory and keep their
unbeaten record in 2009 alive.
The Dockers fought hard, with big Aaron Sandilands dominating the ruck and Matthew Pavlich directing
traffic on the Dockers' forward line. Coming from 13 points down at the long break, the Dockers hit back to
level the scores at the last change and take the lead early in the final quarter. But the Cats steadied, a 5
goal burst in 15 minutes putting the game out of Fremantle's reach. Shannon Byrnes kicked 5 in a best on
ground performance, while Corey Enright and Steven Johnson also had solid games for the Cats.
Geelong                              1.3        6.6        8.13        13.16 (94)
Fremantle                           2.4        4.5         9.7           11.9 (75)
Goals : Geelong - S Byrnes 5, S Johnson 3, T Hawkins 2, C Enright, P Chapman, R Gamble.
Fremantle - M Pavlich 2, A Sandilands, G Ibbotson, M De Boer, M Walters, N Subian, P
Duffield, P Haselby, S Dodd, S Hill.
Best : Geelong - S Byrnes, C Enright, S Johnson, J Corey, P Chapman, J Bartel. Fremantle
-
A Sandilands, M Pavlich, G Broughton, P Duffield, P Haselby, S Hill.
Injuries : Geelong - Nil. Fremantle - C Pearce (hamstring), C Tarrant (shoulder).
Reports : Fremantle - A Grover for striking S Johnson in the first quarter.
Umpires - T Keating, B Rosebury, S Grun.
Crowd - 33,213 at Subiaco Oval.
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