Geelong’s run of indifferent form in the second half of 2009 continued when the Cats were humbled by 35
points by a resurgent Carlton at the MCG on Friday night.
The Cats scored the first two goals of the game, but the Blues soon found their rhythm to take the lead
during time-on in the opening quarter, a lead they would not surrender for the remainder of the game. The
Blues led by 13 points at half time, but attempts by the Cats to force their way back into the contest during
the third quarter came stuck with some inaccurate kicking at goals.
The margin was 11 points at the last change, but that was as close as the Cats would get, as the Carlton
defence tightened in the last quarter. Geelong were unable to manage a goal, while Carlton added four
more to record their first win against the Cats since 2004 and make their aim of appearing in their first
finals series since 2001 a step closer to reality.
Brendan Fevola kicked 4 goals for the Blues, while Bryce Gibbs was in unstoppable form with 32
possessions, 22 coming in the first half when the match was up for grabs. Bret Thornton was also a ball
magnet with 30 touches. For the Cats, Corey Enright, Andrew Mackie and Joel Selwood accumulated 28
possessions apiece, but too many of their touches were wasteful and ineffective. Worse news for the
Cats was the injuries, possibly long-term, to David Wojcinski and Darren Milburn.
Carlton              3.5     7.7    10.10     14.13 (97)
Geelong             2.4     5.6      8.11       8.14 (62)
Goals : Carlton - B Fevola 4, K Simpson 3, M Murphy 2, R Houlihan, A Joseph, N Stevens, M
Kreuzer, H Scotland.
Geelong - C Mooney 2, M Stokes 2, T Harley, S Hogan, M Rooke, C
Ling.
Best : Carlton - B Fevola, K Simpson, B Thornton, B Gibbs, H Scotland, M Murphy. Geelong
J Selwood, C Ling, C Enright, A Mackie, J Bartel, C Mooney.
Injuries : Carlton - S Austin (general soreness) replaced in selected side by S Wiggins.
Geelong - D Wojcinski (ankle), C Mooney (hand), D Milburn (ankle)
Reports – Nil. Umpires – M James, M Stevic, S McInerney.
Crowd - 55,057 at MCG.

The boilover of the season to date took place at Docklands on Saturday afternoon, as West Coast, 13th
and without a win east of the Nullabor since 2007, stunned third placed Western Bulldogs.
The Eagles built up an important buffer early in the game, kicking the only three goals of the opening term;
and continuing the pressure in the second quarter they led by 47 points before the home side finally
slotted through their first goal of the game. To that stage, the Bulldogs had scored 11 behinds, wasteful
finishing that would cost them dearly. But kicking 5 of the last 6 goals for the quarter, the margin was
reduced to 22 points at the long break.
The third quarter saw the Bulldogs continue to press hard, but three crucial goals to the Eagles ensured
the visitors still maintained the lead at the last change, but the Bulldogs had cut the margin to just three
points.
So it came down to a cliffhanger of a final quarter. Twice the Bulldogs hit the lead and looked set to go on
with the job, but both times the Eagles rallied to stop the Bulldog momentum and regain the initiative. And
their tough defence would hold firm against the onslaught in the latter stages of the game to give the boys
from the West a morale-boosting victory.
Josh Kennedy and Andrew Embley both kicked 4 goals for the Eagles, Embley also being the top
possession getter with 32 touches. For the Bulldogs, Matthew Boyd and Adam Cooney each picked up 30
possessions, but this was a shock loss for the Bulldogs and one which sees them at risk of falling out of
the top 4.
West Coast                  3.2    10.3     13.3      16.6  (102)
Western Bulldogs        0.8    5.11    10.16    13.19  (97)
Goals : West Coast - J Kennedy 4, A Embley 4, M LeCras 3, B Ebert, Q Lynch, B McKinley, T
Houlihan, D Wirrpanda.
Bulldogs - J Hill 2, C Ward 2, L Gilbee 2, J Akermanis 2, A Cooney, R
Cross, R Griffen, B Johnson, B Lake.
Best : West Coast – A Embley, S Hurn, M LeCras, J Kennedy, M Rosa, D Wirrpanda.
Bulldogs – B Johnson, A Cooney, B Lake, J Akermanis, R Griffen, M Boyd.
Injuries : West Coast – Nil. Bulldogs - L Picken replaced in selected side by E Wood.
Reports – Nil. Umpires – C Kamolins, S Hay, S Wenn.
Crowd - 22,417 at Docklands.
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AFL
A crowd of over 20,000 packed Tasmania’s Aurora Stadium as defending premiers Hawthorn took on
undefeated ladder leaders St Kilda. And the Saints’ undefeated streak would continue despite them
resting several key players for this match.
The Saints got off to a flying start, kicking the first four goals of the match, and despite a fightback from the
Hawks late in the first term the Saints still led by 12 points at quarter time and 18 points at half time. But
suddenly the Hawks sprung to life early in the third term, goals in quick succession to Ben McGlynn and
Cyril Rioli cutting the margin to just 6 points. And for 10 minutes of end-to-end action both sides found
their forwards struggling to create space and possessions. But eventually it took a run and snap by
Stephen Milne for his third goal and a long bomb to Clinton Jones shortly before the three quarter time
siren to put the Saints back in their comfort zone; and with the weather closing in there would be no way
back for the Hawks. The defending champions now find themselves at major risk of missing this year’s
finals, while the Saints are just one win away from equalling Essendon’s season opening winning streak
of 20 games in 2000.
Hawthorn               3.2        4.5        6.6        7.7 (49)
St Kilda                   5.2        7.5       9.10     10.14 (74)
Goals : St Kilda – A Schneider 3, S Milne 3, D Armitage, C Jones, B McEvoy, J Steven.
Hawthorn - B McGlynn 2, J Roughead, C Rioli, B Dowler, B Renouf.
Best : St Kilda – L Ball, A Schneider, D Armitage, F Ray, S Milne, J Blake. Hawthorn – B
McGlynn, J Lewis, M Osborne, S Mitchell, T Tuck, S Kennedy.
Injuries : St Kilda – N Dal Santo (illness), B Fisher (general soreness) replaced in selected
team by D Armitage, C Begley.
Hawthorn - B Sewell (quad), replaced in selected team by B
Dowler.
Reports : St Kilda - J Gwilt for forceful front-on contact against J Lewis in the third quarter.
Umpires – M Vozzo, B Rosebury, H Ryan.
Crowd - 20,011 at Aurora Stadium.

Calculations of the permutations of results for determining finals positions became more complicated
when two of the teams in contention, Essendon and Brisbane, played a dramatic draw at the MCG on
Saturday night.
The Bombers got off to a flying start, with goals to Jay Neagle and Angus Monfries before 3 minutes had
ticked by, but this was a game where the fortunes would fluctuate wildly throughout the night. The Lions
had pegged the margin back to a goal at quarter time, and after multiple lead changes through the second
term it was Brisbane who came in with a 1 point lead.
Inaccuracy would cost the Lions dearly in the early stages of the third term, with the Lions kicking 1.4
before Nathan Lovett-Murray ran in to kick his first goal of the night. It was a goal that sparked the Bombers
into action – 4 goals in the next 10 minutes saw the Bombers well placed, and with a 15 point lead at the
last change in front of a vocal home crowd, Essendon looked to have the momentum.
But the Lions weren’t done yet, and came out strongly in the last term. Kicking the first three goals, the
Brisbane side were back in front, but again some poor kicking kept Essendon within striking distance.
And the Bombers again responded, with two goals to give them a 6-point lead in the dying minutes of the
match.
As the clock ticked past 31 minutes, Adam McPhee marked in the last line of defence. But his short kick
was spoiled by Jonathan Brown and landed out of bounds. Mitch Clark, the dominant force in the ruck for
the Lions all night, got the hit-out and the pass was marked by Daniel Bradshaw 20 metres out as the
siren sounded. Bradshaw kicked truly, and the Lions had earned a draw.
The two points are likely to be enough to ensure the Lions will make the 8, but their position within the 8 is
very much up for grabs. But it was a heartbreaking result for the Bombers, who with just 3 weeks to go will
need to find an upset result somewhere to keep their hopes of returning to the finals alive.
Essendon                  4.3        6.5        11.7        13.9 (87)
Brisbane Lions          3.3        6.6         8.10       12.15 (87)
Goals : Essendon - J Neagle 3, A McPhee 2, A Monfries 2, J Hurley, S Lonergan, N Lovett-
Murray, B Prismall, M Quinn, J Watson.
Brisbane - D Bradshaw 2, S Harding 2, D Rich 2, M
Rischitelli 2, J Brennan, J Polkinghorne, L Power, J Sherman.
Best : Essendon – J Watson, D Fletcher, B Prismall, B Stanton, M Quinn, N Lovett-Murray.
Brisbane – M Clark, J Brennan, S Black, J Sherman, L Power, M Rischitelli.
Injuries : Essendon – Nil. Brisbane – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires – S McBurney, J Schmitt, C Hendrie.
Crowd - 41,636 at MCG.

After the Western Bulldogs’ shock loss to West Coast, Collingwood capitalised on the opportunity
presented to them with a 21-point win on the road against Adelaide, moving to third on the ladder.
After an even first quarter, Adelaide got on top around the ground in the second term, but inaccuracy in
front of goals was to cost them dearly. The Crows managed only 1.6 for the quarter and their lead at the
long break was just 3 points when the trend of play around the ground suggested the lead should have
been considerably greater.
But the Crows extended their advantage early in the third, goals to Chris Knights and Jason Porplyzia
stretching the lead out to 15 points, and with the momentum of the play running their way looked set to
cruise home.
But the Magpies worked their way back into the contest, goals to Dawes, Anthony and Cloke in quick
succession seeing Collingwood hit the front. Collingwood kicked 5 straight goals for the quarter, a
contrast to the Crows’ second quarter inaccuracy; and although to that stage of the game the Crows had
made more scoring shots it was Collingwood who had the lead at the last change.
And the Magpies were to maintain the lead throughout the last quarter. It was close for much of the
contest, but the Crows were not able to do enough to challenge the lead. And the Magpies pulled away
during the final few minutes to dash the hopes of the home crowd.
Collingwood             2.5        3.7        8.7        13.11 (89)
Adelaide                   2.4       3.10      6.13         9.14 (68)
Goals : Collingwood – J Anthony 3, C Dawes 2, A Didak 2, T Cloke 2, C Wood 2, B Dick, D
Thomas.
Adelaide - J Porplyzia 3, C Knights 2, B Burton, K Tippett, A McLeod, B Symes.
Best : Collingwood – A Didak, C Wood, H Shaw, D Swan, J Anthony, H O’Brien. Adelaide –
B Symes, A McLeod, S Goodwin, S Thompson, B Vince, S Stevens.
Injuries : Collingwood – Nil. Adelaide - B Burton (corked buttock).
Reports – Nil. Umpires – S McLaren, S Ryan, S Jeffery.
Crowd - 45,128 at AAMI Stadium.

In a year of few highlights, North Melbourne pulled off a rare high moment when the Kangaroos
demolished a disappointing Melbourne by 58 points at Docklands on Sunday.
The Kangaroos led by 4 points at the first change, but it was in the second quarter that they established a
match-winning break. Kicking the only three goals of the quarter, the Shinboners stretched their lead to 22
points, a gap that Melbourne never looked a chance to make up.
Some experts have talked of whether Melbourne have been tanking, trying to lose in order to gain
additional priority draft picks. But the reality is that Melbourne did not have the firepower to effectively
compete, and it was the Kangaroos who dominated their opposition around the ground. And it North
Melbourne, a struggling team, can achieve such dominance; then a top team would clearly outgun the
hapless Demons.
The Kangaroos further dominated proceedings in the third term, playing with a more attacking mindset to
kick 7 goals to 4 for the quarter and, showing no mercy, continued the rot in the final term with a 4 goals to
1 quarter.
Young ruckman Todd Goldstein dominated the hit-outs and kicked 4 goals in his best senior performance
to date. He was well assisted by the prolific ball-gathering efforts of Daniel Harris and
Sam Power with 27 touches apiece. For the Demons, Matthew Bate and James McDonald contributed 27
possessions each.
North Melbourne          4.1        7.5        14.8        18.9 (117)
Melbourne                    3.3        3.7        7.10         8.11 (59)
Goals : North Melbourne – T Goldstein 4, L Hansen 3, D Petrie 3, A Swallow 2, B Harvey, C
Jones, B Rawlings, D Harris, M Firrito, L Thomas.
Melbourne - N Jones 2, M Newton 2, S
Martin 2, B Miller, C Morton.
Best : North Melbourne – T Goldstein, S Power, M Firrito, D Harris, D Petrie, L Adams.
Melbourne – M Bate, S Valenti, N Jones, L Dunn, C Morton, J McDonald.
Injuries : North Melbourne – Nil. Melbourne - Bail (quad).
Reports – Nil. Umpires – C Donlon, D Sully, T Pannell.
Crowd - 16,594 at Docklands.

Sydney haven’t had everything go their way this season, but the Swans kept their mathematical finals
hopes alive with a comfortable 55 point victory over Richmond at the MCG on Sunday; their first win in
Melbourne for 2009. It was a celebration to remember for veteran forward Michael O’Loughlin, playing his
300th game for the Swans.
The Swans struggled with inaccuracy early, but soon clicked into their best form, taking the lead late in the
opening term and leading by 9 points at the first change and 29 points at half time. But any hopes the
Tigers may have had of getting back into the contest were soon blown away as the Swans put on an 8
goals to 2 third quarter, and by three quarter time the lead was out to 64 points; and although the Tigers
won the last quarter, by then it was too little too late.
300th gamer Michael O’Loughlin was in sensational touch, making his milestone game one of his best.
But the clear best on ground was O’Loughlin’s close friend Adam Goodes, who racked up 25
possessions and kicked 4 goals. Ruck combination Darren Jolly and Mike Pyke ensured the Swans
would always get first use of the footy, while Brett Kirk was also a quality contributor. The Swans, despite
their difficulties this season, remain at least a mathematical chance to participate in this year’s finals,
while this game was just another setback in a disappointing season for Richmond.
Sydney             4.6        9.10        17.10        18.15 (123)  
Richmond         3.3         5.5           7.6            10.8 (68)
Goals : Sydney – A Goodes 4, J White 2, K Jack 2, M O’Loughlin 2, J Moore 2, B Kirk, J
McVeigh, J Bolton, L Ablett, E Barlow, M O’Dwyer.
Richmond – J  King 3, B Cousins, B
Deledio, D Polo, A Rance, T Vickery, M Morton, M White.
Best : Sydney – A Goodes, M O’Loughlin, B Kirk, R O’Keefe, D Jolly, J Bolton. Richmond – R
Tambling, C Newman, B Cousins, J McMahon, J King, B Deledio.
Injuries : Sydney – J McVeigh (hamstring). Richmond – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - D Margetts, S Stewart, R Chamberlain.
Crowd - 32,216 at MCG.

Fremantle’s season has been one of disappointment, but the Dockers showed signs of salvaging
something from a poor year when they recorded a 42 point win over Port Adelaide at Subiaco on Sunday
evening.
The Dockers got off to a flying start, four goals in the opening 10 minutes giving them the momentum that
would lead them to a 7-goal opening quarter and a 30-point lead. And from there, Port were never in the
contest and the Dockers would extend the lead to 60 points early in the last quarter before putting their foot
off the gas in the final stages of the game when Port kicked 5 of the last 6 goals.
Chris Mayne with 4 goals was the spearhead up forward. Greg Broughton with 37 possessions and Paul
Duffield with 30 were prominent ball-winners, while beanpole ruckman Aaron Sandilands again
dominated the rucks. In a  disappointing display for Port Adelaide, Shaun Burgoyne and Kane Cornes
both tried hard all day with 29 touches, but few other Port players made a meaningful contribution in a
game when the Power would have been hoping to make a statement about their finals intentions.
Fremantle’s win puts them two games clear of Melbourne, virtually ensuring the Dockers would avoid the
humiliation of the wooden spoon. For Port Adelaide, it was another bad result in a season that began
promisingly. The Power now have lost more games than they have won, and it was only the fact that
Essendon and Hawthorn failed to record victories this round that kept Port in the top 8.
Fremantle                  7.2      11.7       15.11      17.14 (116)
Port Adelaide            2.2        4.4          6.5          11.8 (74)
Goals : Fremantle – C Mayne 4, D Headland 3, A Grover 2, K Bradley, G Broughton, P
Hasleby, M Pavlich, B Peake, C Pearce, N Suban, J van Berlo.
Port Adelaide - S Burgoyne 2,
R Gray 2, W Tredrea 2, D Cassisi, H Hartlett, B Lade, D Pearce, N Salter.
Best : Fremantle – G Broughton, P Duffield, D Headland, K Bradley, D Mundy, G Ibbotson.
Port Adelaide – S Burgoyne, B Lade, K Cornes, R Gray, J Davenport, D Pearce.
Injuries : Fremantle – Nil. Port Adelaide - J Surjan (corked thigh).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - L Farmer, S Grun, S Meredith.
Crowd - 30,029 at Subiaco Oval.
 
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
For
Against
Pts
%age
Streak
St Kilda
19
19
0
0
1,916
1,170
76
163.76
W19
Geelong
19
16
0
3
2,030
1,564
64
129.80
L1
Collingwood
19
13
0
6
1,849
1,563
52
118.30
W3
Western Bulldogs
19
12
0
7
2,066
1,684
48
122.68
L1
Brisbane
19
11
1
7
1,726
1,604
46
107.61
D1
Carlton
19
11
0
8
1,892
1,716
44
110.26
W2
Adelaide
19
11
0
8
1,712
1,570
44
109.04
L2
Port Adelaide
19
9
0
10
1,764
1,945
36
90.69
L1
Essendon
19
8
1
10
1,767
1,779
34
99.33
D1
Sydney
19
8
0
11
1,653
1,738
32
95.11
W1
Hawthorn
19
8
0
11
1,661
1,817
32
91.41
L3
West Coast
19
6
0
13
1,610
1,790
24
89.94
W2
North Melbourne
19
5
1
13
1,473
1,779
22
82.80
W1
Richmond
19
5
1
13
1,577
1,976
22
79.81
L1
Fremantle
19
5
0
14
1,488
1,951
20
76.27
W1
Melbourne
19
3
0
16
1,416
1,954
12
72.47
L4
HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF THE YEAR :
Carlton v Geelong – B Fevola (Carl) 5, J Selwood (Geel) 4, K Simpson (Carl) 4, B Thornton (Carl) 3, C Ling (Geel) 2, C Enright (Geel) 1,
B Gibbs (Carl) 1.
Western Bulldogs v West Coast – A Embley (WCE) 4, B Johnson (WBul) 4, S Hurn (WCE) 3, A Cooney (WBul) 3, M LeCras (WCE) 2, B
Lake (WBul) 2, J Kennedy (WCE) 1, J Akermanis (WBul) 1.
Hawthorn v St Kilda – L Ball (St K) 5, B McGlynn (Haw) 4, A Schneider (St K) 4, J Lewis (Haw) 3, D Armitage (St K) 2, M Osborne (Haw)
1, F Ray (St K) 1.
Essendon v Brisbane – J Watson (Ess) 4, M Clark (Bris) 4, D Fletcher (Ess) 3, J Brennan (Bris) 3, B Prismall (Ess) 2, S Black (Ess) 2,
B Stanton (Ess) 1, J Sherman (Ess) 1.
Adelaide v Collingwood – A Didak (Coll) 5, B Symes (Adel) 4, C Wood (Coll) 4, A McLeod (Adel) 3, H Shaw (Coll) 2, S Goodwin (Adel)
1, D Swan (Coll) 1.
North Melbourne v Melbourne – T Goldstein (NthM) 5, S Power (NthM) 4, M Bate (Melb) 3, M Firrito (NthM) 3, S Valenti (Melb) 2, D
Harris (NthM) 2, D Petrie (NthM) 1.
Richmond v Sydney – A Goodes (Syd) 5, M O’Loughlin (Syd) 4, R Tambling (Rich) 3, B Kirk (Syd) 3, C Newman (Rich) 2, R O’Keefe
(Syd) 2, D Jolly (Syd) 1.
Fremantle v Port Adelaide - G Broughton (Freo) 5, P Duffield (Freo) 4, S Burgoyne (Port) 3, D Headland (Freo) 3, B Lade (Port) 2, K
Bradley (Freo) 2, K Cornes (Port) 1.
LEADING GOALKICKERS :
68 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
68 - Brendan Fevola (Carl)
58 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
57 - Nick Riewoldt (St K)
51 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
49 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
45 - Warren Tredrea (Port)
42 - Daniel Bradshaw (Bris)
40 - Kurt Tippett (Adel)
40 - John Anthony (Coll)
40 - Jason Porplyzia (Adel)
38 - Steven Johnson (Geel)
37 - Justin Koschitzke (St K)
ROUND 20 FIXTURES
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (114/152)

Friday 14th August
Hawthorn v Adelaide (7:40pm, MCG)
Saturday 15th August
Richmond v Collingwood (2:10pm, MCG)
West Coast v North Melbourne (4:10pm, Subiaco)
Sydney v
Geelong (7:10pm, SCG)
Brisbane v Western Bulldogs (7:10pm, Gabba)
Sunday 16th August
Melbourne v Fremantle (1:10pm, MCG)
Port Adelaide v Carlton (3:10pm, AAMI Stadium)
Essendon v
St Kilda (4:40pm, Docklands)
HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF
THE YEAR - Leader Board
Dane Swan (Coll) – 57
Leigh Montagna (St K) – 47
Gary Ablett (Geel) – 41
Brent Stanton (Ess) – 38
Lenny Hayes (St K) – 35
Paul Chapman (Geel) - 35
Bryce Gibbs (Carl) - 35
James Bartel (Geel) - 34
Brad Johnson (WBul) - 34
Marc Murphy (Carl) - 33
Scott Pendlebury (Coll) - 33
Brendan Goddard (StK) - 32
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