Melbourne v Western Bulldogs – D Giansiracusa (WBul) 8, T Scully (Melb) 7, R Griffen (WBul) 4, C Bruce (Melb) 3, N Jones (Melb) 2, S
Higgins (WBul) 2, M Bate (Melb) 1, D Cross (WBul) 1.
Essendon v Port Adelaide – A Monfries (Ess) 7, D Cassisi (Port) 5, K Cornes (Port) 4, B Prismall (Ess) 3, J Watson (Ess) 2, D Pearce
(Port) 2, J Winderlich (Ess) 1, T Boak (Port) 1.
West Coast v Hawthorn – J Kennedy (WCE) 5, J Roughead (Haw) 5, D Cox (WCE) 3, J Lewis (Haw) 3, M Priddis (WCE) 2, G Birchall (Haw)
2, Q Lynch (WCE) 1, L Hodge (Haw) 1.
Collingwood v North Melbourne – D Swan (Coll) 8, H Shaw (Coll) 5, B Harvey (NthM) 4, L Ball (Coll) 4, A Didak (Coll) 2, B Rawlings (NthM)
1, D Thomas (Coll) 1.
Brisbane v Fremantle – M Pavlich (Freo) 8, S Black (Bris) 7, A Sandilands (Freo) 4, A McGrath (Bris) 3, M Rischitelli (Bris) 2, S Hill (Freo) 2,
P Haselby (Freo) 1.
Geelong v Sydney – G Ablett (Geel) 12, P Chapman (Geel) 8, J Podsiadly (Geel) 4, S Mumford (Syd) 3, S Johnson (Geel) 3, K Jack (Syd) 1,
J Selwood (Geel) 1.
Adelaide v Richmond – S Thompson (Adel) 7, B Vince (Adel) 4, K Moore (Rich) 3, S Goodwin (Adel) 3, D Jackson (Rich) 2, R Douglas
(Adel) 2, S Tuck (Rich) 1.
St Kilda v Carlton – J Russell (Carl) 11, E Betts (Carl) 7, F Ray (St K) 4, H Scotland (Carl) 4, B Goddard (St K) 2, A Carrazzo (Carl) 2, C Judd
(Carl) 1.
27 - Matthew Pavlich (Freo)
25 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
24 - Brendan Fevola (Bris)
24 - Daniel Bradshaw (Syd)
23 - Josh Kennedy (WCE)
20 - Barry Hall (WBul)
19 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
19 - Steven Johnson (Geel)
17 - James Podsiadly (Geel)
17 - David Hale (NthM)
16 - Brad Green (Melb)
16 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
16 - Setanta O'hAilpin (Carl)
15 - Cameron Mooney (Geel)
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (37/56 to Date)

Friday 14th May
Fremantle v Collingwood (8:40pm, MCG)
Saturday 15th May
Western Bulldogs v Sydney (2:10pm, Manuka Oval)
Melbourne v West Coast (2:10pm, MCG)
Brisbane v
Geelong (7:10pm, Gabba)
North Melbourne v Adelaide (7:10pm, Docklands)
Sunday 16th May
Richmond v Hawthorn (1:10pm, MCG)
Port Adelaide v
Carlton (3:10pm, AAMI Stadium)
St Kilda v Essendon (4:40pm, Docklands)
THE YEAR - Standings
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 46
Dane Swan (Coll) - 37
Paul Chapman (Geel) - 34
Brent Harvey (NthM) - 27
Luke Hodge (Haw) - 26
Lindsay Gilbee(WBul) - 25
Michael Barlow (Freo) - 24
Daniel Giansiracusa (WBul) - 23
Jonathan Brown (Bris) - 22
Kade Simpson (Carl) - 22
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 21
Ryan O'Keefe (Syd) - 21
Brent Stanton (Ess) - 21
St Kilda
Port Adelaide
Western Bulldogs
North Melbourne
West Coast
On a wet and cold Friday night at the MCG, the Western Bulldogs needed two late goals to get up against a
spirited Melbourne side.
The evening began with an emotional scene of thousands of women in pink formation in the field, raising
awareness and funds for breast cancer. Once the game got under way, it was an evenly contested first quarter
around the ground, but the Bulldogs made better use of their opportunities to lead by 14 points at quarter time;
and despite a 3-goal run by the Demons late in the second term the Bulldogs held an 8-point lead at the long
The Demons kept coming back every time the Bulldogs looked like getting on top; and the margin was back to
within a kick at the last change. And early in the final term, the tide looked to have turned the Demons’ way.
Matthew Bate put the Demons in front, and first-gamer Danny Hughes extended the lead. Lynden Dunn shot for
goal from the boundary line, and the kick looked good but was disallowed, the goal umpire ruling the ball was
touched on the line. The clock was deep in time-on, and the Demons looked headed to victory.
But the Bulldogs weren’t finished yet. Late goals to Brian Lake and Ryan Griffen were enough to see them get
their lead back and snatch the victory. In a low-scoring match, Daniel Giansiracusa and Shaun Higgins created
opportunities for the Bulldogs with 32 possessions apiece; while first year player Tom Scully played his best
game for the Demons to date with 39 touches.
Western Bulldogs                  3.2        5.5        8.7        10.10 (70)
Melbourne                             0.6        3.9       7.10        9.12 (66)
Goals : Bulldogs – J Hill 2, S Higgins, B Stack, M Boyd, J Grant, A Everitt, J Akermanis, R Griffen,
B Lake.
Melbourne – M Bate 3, A Davey, J Bennell, B Green, N Jones, T Scully, D Hughes.
Best : Bulldogs – D Giansiracusa, R Griffen, S Higgins, D Cross, J Hill, B Hudson. Melbourne – T
Scully, C Bruce, N Jones, M Bate, J Trengove, L Dunn.
Injuries : Bulldogs – Nil. Melbourne – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Donlon, McBurney, Findlay.
Crowd - 45,444 at MCG.

Port Adelaide’s record as comeback specialists continued when, for the fourth time this season, the Power
came from behind at three-quarter time to defeat Essendon by 3 points at Docklands on Saturday afternoon.
The first half was goal for goal, in an entertaining and high-scoring contest. Both sides played attacking,
enterprising football; creatively looking for attacking opportunities. Port lead by 5 points at quarter time, and after
winning the second term by a goal it was the Bombers who held the lead by a point at the long break.
After the break, the Bombers made a breakaway with the first three goals of the third quarter to go to a 20-point
lead. But when it looked like the Bombers were getting the momentum, the Power struck back with the next four
goals to take the lead. Although the Bombers stopped the rot and regained their momentum, the lead of 12
points at the last change wasn’t enough to make the game safe against a fast-finishing Power lineup.
But despite only scoring one goal in the first 22 minutes of the final quarter, it took that long for the
Bombers to concede the lead. But at that point, 2 minutes into time-on, Daniel Motlop played on from 50
metres and slammed home the goal that put Port Adelaide in front. And a minute later, Justin Westhoff
marked and goaled. That put the Power 9 points clear, and despite a last-ditch goal by Angus Monfries at
the 31 minute mark, the Bombers didn’t have the firepower to regain the lead and take the game.
Port Adelaide                 4.0        7.2        13.2        17.7 (109)
Essendon                       3.1        7.3        14.8       16.10 (106)
Goals : Port Adelaide – B Ebert 3, J Westhoff 3, D Motlop 3, D Pearce 2, R Gray 2, J
Davenport, J Trengove, T Boak, C Cornes.
Essendon – A Davey 3, S Gumbleton 3, A
Monfries 3, P Ryder, D Zaharakis, N Lovett-Murray, J Melksham, S Lonergan, B Stanton, M
Best : Port Adelaide – D Cassisi, K Cornes, D Pearce, T Boak, J Westhoff, D Brogan.
Essendon – A Monfries, B Prismall, J Watson, J Winderlich, N Lovett-Murray, B Stanton.
Injuries : Port Adelaide – W Tredrea (ankle), N Krakouer (knee), M Broadbent replaced in
selected side by T Logan.
Essendon – C Hooker (cut head).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Stevic, Hay, Wenn.
Crowd – 29,248 at Docklands.

Hawthorn slumped to their sixth loss of the season, while West Coast picked up their second win of 2010,
when the Eagles completed an 8-point win at Subiaco Oval on Saturday afternoon.
It wasn’t a high-standard contest, with both sides struggling for form and showing numerous skill errors
and poor decision-making. But the closeness of the scores kept the interest in the game high; and
although West Coast led for most of the day and threatened at times to run away, the Hawks kept
bouncing back with goals at the right time to keep them in the contest.
Scores were level at quarter time, but with Josh Kennedy proving a handy target for the Eagles with four
goals in the second term, the home side got to a 19-point break at half time. But the Hawks fought back in
the third term to cut the margin to just 7 points at the last change – and with neither time having won a final
quarter all season, a close finish was in prospect.
But the Eagles made a break early in the final term, kicking the first four goals of the quarter to set up a
match-winning break. Mark LeCras was in the thick of the action with two of those goals. The Eagles had
enough of a buffer to withstand a late Hawthorn charge; and even with Jarryd Roughead contributing the
last three goals of the match it wasn’t enough to get the Hawks over the line.
West Coast                        3.1        8.5        10.8        15.12 (102)
Hawthorn                          3.1        5.4          9.7         14.10 (94)
Goals : West Coast – J Kennedy 6, M LeCras 4, Q Lynch 2, B McKinley 2, D Cox. Hawthorn
J Roughead 6, G Birchall 2, B Whitecross 2, C Young, C Peterson, B Muston, J Morton.
Best : West Coast – J Kennedy, D Cox, M Priddis, Q Lynch, B Ebert, N Naitanui. Hawthorn
J Roughead, J Lewis, G Birchall, L Hodge, C Brown, B Sewell.
Injuries : West Coast - S Selwood (hamstring) replaced in selected side by B Dalziell.
Hawthorn – L Franklin (ankle) replaced in selected side by J Lewis, B Guerra (quad).
Reports : Hawthorn - C Bateman for high contact on B Sheppard  in the second quarter.
Umpires - Vozzo, Grun, Pannell.
Crowd - 35,864 at Subiaco.

Collingwood continued their imposing run of irrepressible form, and this time it was North Melbourne who
were on the wrong end of the Magpie juggernaut as Collingwood dominated from start to finish to
complete a 66-point victory.
It took less than a minute for the Magpies to bag their opening goal, and they would lead all night. The
margin was 14 points at the first change, and a return of six goals to three in the second blew the
difference out to 35 points at half time. The third term was a 34-minute shootout, but the Kangaroos,
despite plenty of opportunities in their forward line, failed to win the quarter. And from there it was only a
matter of playing out time, which the Magpies did well to record their tird straight win by over 10 goals.
It was a good day to be a Collingwood goalkicker, and 13 Magpies got in on the action. The star of the
forward line was Steele Sidebottom, who proved to be a handy target all day with a bag of 5 goals. In the
midfield, Dane Swan was virtually suffering leather poisoning after 38 possessions, while Heath Shaw
and Alan Didak also got over 30 touches. For the Kangaroos, Brent Harvey tried all night in a badly beaten
side to rack up 31 possessions.
Collingwood                       5.4        11.9        18.14        23.19 (157)
North Melbourne                3.2          6.4         11.5           14.7 (91)
Goals : Collingwood – S Sidebottom 5, P Medhurst 3, L Davis 2, C Dawes 2, A Didak 2, D
Jolly 2, B Johnson,  D Thomas, A Toovey, T Cloke, H Shaw, S O'Bree, C Wood.
Melbourne –
L Thomas 3, A Edwards 2, D Wells 2, B Warren 2, D Hale 2, A Swallow, C
Garlett, B Harvey.
Best : Collingwood – D Swan, H Shaw, L Ball, A Didak, D Thomas, S O’Bree. North
Melbourne –
B Harvey, B Rawlings, A Swallow, L Adams, N Grima, L Anthony.
Injuries : Collingwood – A Didak (shin). North Melbourne – L Anthony (shoulder), H
McIntosh (AC joint), L Adams (elbow).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Rosebury, Meredith, Armstrong.
Crowd - 52,696 at  MCG.

Fremantle hadn’t beaten Brisbane at the Gabba since John Northey’s last game at the helm of the Lions
in 1998; but this year’s Dockers lineup conquered another frontier when they held on against a fast-
finishing Brisbane team for a 13-point victory.
The first quarter was exciting end to end football as both sides attacked, looking for an early break. It was
goal for goal, with the Dockers leading by 3 points at the first change. But the Dockers took the
ascendancy in the second term, 4 goals to 1 extending their lead to 23 points at half time. And although
the Dockers continued to have the better of possession and the run of play in the third term, poor kicking
prevented them making the most of their opportunities and the Lions narrowly won the quarter to reduce
the margin to 20 points at the last change.
With two of the first three goals of the final term going the Dockers’ way, the visitors’ lead had extended to
28 points at the 10 minute mark. But suddenly the game which had looked like the Dockers were heading
for a comfortable win came to life. In 10 minutes the Lions surged forward, four goals in a row cutting the
margin to 6 points with still plenty of time to go. The crowd, subdued for much of the night, found their
voice while Brisbane players who were barely sighted in the first three quarters began to make a more
noticeable contribution.
But, although the Lions got to within a kick of the Dockers, that was as close as they could go. A few
chances were missed before Matthew Pavlich came up with his third goal, a steadier that would kill off the
Brisbane momentum. The Dockers hung on to take another win, putting their record at an imposing 6
from 7 so far this season. But it was disappointment for the Lions when their final quarter comeback
came up short; the loss being the Lions’ third on the trot to spoil what had been a promising opening to
their season.
Fremantle                   5.5        9.9        12.15        15.23 (113)
Brisbane Lions            5.2        6.4         10.7         15.10 (100)
Goals : Fremantle – M Pavlich 3, M Johnson 2, P Haselby 2, H Ballantyne 2, M Barlow, N
Fyfe, C Mayne, A Morabito, R Palmer, A Sandilands.
Brisbane – B Fevola 3, T Banfield 2, S
Black 2, J Brown, J Drummond, A McGrath, D Rich, M Rischitelli, T Rockliff, J Sherman, C Stiller.
Best : Fremantle – M Pavlich, A Sandilands, S Hill, P Haselby, R Palmer, M Barlow. Brisbane
S Black, A McGrath, M Rischitelli, D Rich, L Power, C Stiller.
Injuries : Fremantle – Nil. Brisbane – J Patfull (knee), J Drummond (knee), J Brennan
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Nicholls, McInerney, Mollison.
Crowd - 27,739 at Gabba.

Sydney’s winning streak came to an end when the Swans were comprehensively beaten by 67 points by a
red-hot Geelong side at Skilled Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Swans had won five on the trot going into this match, and began competitively in an even first quarter.
Accurate kicking was the order of the day in the first term, in which no behinds were scored. The Cats won
the quarter by a goal, and with 4 goals to 2 in the second term stretched the lead to 14 points at half time.
The game was still in the balance at the long break, but the premiership quarter saw the Cats make their
move. A run of 5 goals to 2 for the quarter, and 7 goals to 2 in the last, saw the Cats turn on their
premiership-winning form. The big names were dominant, and the Swans had no answer once the
Geelong juggernaut switched into gear.
The last three matches where the Cats have played the Swans have had Gary Ablett win the three
Brownlow votes; and with 38 touches this time the Geelong number 29 is surely a favourite to gain the
maximum votes again. James Podsiadly with 5 goals was a target up forward, while Paul Chapman and
Joel Selwood were also prominent ball magnets.
Geelong                              4.0        7.4        12.8        19.12 (126)
Sydney                               3.0        5.2          7.3           9.5 (59)
Goals : Geelong – J Podsiadly 5, P Chapman 3, T Varcoe 3, G Ablett 2, S Johnson 2, M
Blake, S Byrnes, S Hogan, J Kelly.
Sydney – K Jack 2, E Barlow, D Bradshaw, A Goodes, J
McVeigh, R O'Keefe, G Rohan, J White.
Best : Geelong – G Ablett, P Chapman, J Podsiadly, S Johnson, J Selwood, J Bartel. Sydney
S Mumford, K Jack, N Malceski, R Shaw, J Kennedy, T Kennelly.
Injuries : Geelong – Nil. Sydney – L Roberts-Thomson (hamstring tightness) replaced in
selected side by E Barlow.
Reports : Geelong - J Kelly for rough conduct on K Jack in the second quarter.
Umpires - Chamberlain, Ryan, Stewart.
Crowd - 25,970 at Skilled Stadium.

With Adelaide and Richmond both losing their first six games of 2010, one of them had to finally break
through for a win when the Crows took on the Tigers at AAMI Stadium on Sunday afternoon. And, pulling
away in the final quarter, it was the Crows who brought their losing streak to an end with a 50-point victory.
The Tigers led by 3 points at quarter time, and by 8 points at half time. The third term was tight and tough,
as the Tigers attempted to break away but could manage only five behinds for their effort. The Crows
scored the only two goals for the quarter to lead by 5 points at the last change. And with the first goal of the
final quarter, the Tigers regained the lead by a point. At the 10 minute mark of the final quarter, scores
were level and a close finish beckoned.
But with the game in the balance, the Crows suddenly rediscovered their form of seasons past and
snapped out of the dismal form of the season to date. Eight goals in the final 20 minutes of the game saw
the match transformed from being a thriller to a 50-point blowout; a margin that flattered the Crows after
much of the contest threatened to be a lot closer.
Adelaide                                          3.0        5.3        7.9        15.14 (104)
Richmond                                        3.3        6.5       6.10         7.12 (54)
Goals : Adelaide – K Tippett 4, J Porplyzia 3, A McLeod 2, R Douglas 2, M Doughty, G
Johncock, S Thompson, J Petrenko.
Richmond – R Nahas 2, J Riewoldt 2, M White, S
Edwards, S Tuck.
Best : Adelaide – S Thompson, B Vince, S Goodwin, R Douglas, N Van Berlo, B Reilly.
Richmond – K Moore, D Jackson, S Tuck, B Deledio, S Edwards, T Cotchin.
Injuries : Adelaide – G Johncock (AC joint), A McLeod (AC joint). Richmond - M Farmer
replaced in selected side by L McGuane.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - D Margetts, H Ryan, M Avon.
Crowd - 31,196 at AAMI Stadium.

Carlton continue to impress in 2010, and the Sunday twilight game saw the high-flying Blues pick up
another prize scalp when they convincingly demolished grand  finalist St Kilda by 61 points at Docklands.
Carlton hadn’t beaten St Kilda since 2001, but their less than imposing record made no difference as the
Blues raced out of the blocks in the opening term. Jarrad Waite was unstoppable, with three goals for the
quarter as the Blues took a 21-point lead into the quarter time break. And a run of five straight goals in the
second term extended the lead to 32 points at the long break.
There would be no way back for the Saints, and what few chances were created in the second half would
be squandered as their goal-kicking radar deserted them. But Carlton were magnificent, running in
numbers and out-pressuring the Saints to consistently get first use of the ball. Winning every quarter, the
Blues denied the Saints any chances to get back into the game.
Eddie Betts kicked 5 for the Blues, while Jordan Russell and Heath Scotland were also prominent
performers. For the Saints, Farren Ray and Brendan Goddard worked hard, but it was Carlton’s day; the
result taking the Blues up to 20 points and into the top 8, just one game behind the Saints.
Carlton                         5.7        10.8        14.9        20.9 (129)
St Kilda                        2.4          5.6          7.9          9.14 (68)
Goals : Carlton – E Betts 5, J Garlett 4, J Waite 4, S O'hAilpin 2, M Murphy, B Gibbs, C
Yarran, R Houlihan, C Judd.
St Kilda – J Steven 2, J Gram 2, A Schneider, J Gwilt, S Milne, B
Goddard, L Montagna.
Best : Carlton – J Russell, E Betts, H Scotland, A Carrazzo, C Judd, J Waite. St Kilda – F
Ray, B Goddard, L Hayes, J Gram, S Gilbert, L Montagna.
Injuries : Carlton – N Bower replaced in selected side by C Johnson, J Waite (knee). St
Kilda –
S King (hamstring).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Farmer, Kennedy, Jeffery.
Crowd - 42,886 at Docklands.
Photo Galleries:
Sydney v PortAdelaide(20/5/07)
Sydney v Essendon (2/6/07)
Sydney v Carlton (15/7/07)
Melbourne v Sydney (5/8/07)
Sydney v St Kilda (11/8/07)
Sydney v Port (Trial, 23/2/08)
St Kilda v Sydney (22/3/08)
Kangaroos v Essendon(24/3/08)
Sydney v Port Adel (30/3/08)
Sydney v West Coast (12/4/08)
Sydney v Essendon (18/5/08)
Sydney v Richmond (1/6/08)
Richmond v Adelaide (7/6/08)
Sydney v St Kilda (14/6/08)
Melbourne v Sydney (22/6/08)
Sydney v Collingwood (5/7/08)
Sydney v Adelaide (26/7/08)
W Bulldogs v Sydney (3/8/08)
Sydney v Fremantle (9/8/08)
Sydney v Geelong (16/8/08)
Elim Final - Syd v Kang (6/9/08)
Grand Final Parade (26/9/08)
Blacktown Update (31/12/08)
NAB - Port v Sydney (22/2/09)
Trial - Sydney v B'dogs(7/3/09)
Sydney v Hawthorn (4/4/09)
Carlton v Essendon (11/4/09)
Sydney v Carlton (18/4/09)
Sydney v Richmond (3/5/09)
Blacktown Update (9/5/09)
Sydney v West Coast (16/5/09)
Sydney v Port Adel (24/5/09
Essendon v Adelaide (10/6/09)
Blacktown Update (5/7/09
Sydney v Essendon (11/7/09)
Sydney v Geelong (15/8/09)
Sydney v Brisbane (29/8/09)
Grand Final Parade (25/9/09)
NAB - Sydney vCarlton(20/2/10)
Trial - Sydny v Ess'don (6/3/10)
Sydney v St Kilda (27/3/10)
Essendon v Fremantle (4/4/10)
Sydney v Richmond (10/4/10)
W Bulldogs v Sydney (15/5/10)
Essendon v Geelong (12/6/10)
Sydney v Collingwood (26/6/10)
Sydney v Nth Melb (10/7/10)
NAB - GWS/Syd/GCst (19/2/11)
Essendon v Coll'wood (25/4/11)
Sydney v Richmond (12/6/11)
Sydney v Collingwood (25/6/11)
GWS Giants v Sydney (23/7/11)
Sydney v W Bulldogs (23/7/11)
GWS Giants v NT T'dr (6/8/11)

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