HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF THE YEAR :
Essendon v Western Bulldogs – L Jetta (Ess) 6, B Hudson (WBul) 5, B Stanton (Ess) 4, B Lake (WBul) 3, J Winderlich (Ess) 3, B Hall
(WBul) 2, P Ryder (Ess) 2, A Cooney (WBul) 1, J Watson (Ess) 1.
Geelong v Melbourne – G Ablett (Geel) 7, J Selwood (Geel) 5, A Davey (Melb) 3, P Chapman (Geel) 3, B Green (Melb) 2, J Podsiadly (Geel)
2, T Hawkins (Geel) 1.
Port Adelaide v Richmond – S Tuck (Rich) 8, A Graham (Rich) 5, K Cornes (Port) 4, T Boak (Port) 3, B Deledio (Rich) 3, M Thomas (Port) 1,
B Cousins (Rich) 1.
St Kilda v Adelaide – L Montagna (St K) 10, B Goddard (St K) 6, R Douglas (Adel) 5, N Dal Santo (St K) 5, S Fisher (St K) 3, N Bock (Adel) 2,
N Van Berlo (Adel) 1, L Hayes (St K) 1, S Gilbert (St K) 1, S Baker (St K) 1.
Brisbane v Collingwood – L Power (Bris) 8, D Thomas (Coll) 8, B Staker (Bris) 5, D Swan (Coll) 5, T Johnstone (Bris) 3, S Pendlebury
(Coll) 3, D Rich (Bris) 1, D Jolly (Coll) 1.
Hawthorn v Sydney – D Hannebery (Syd) 6, S Mitchell (Haw) 4, S Mumford (Syd) 4, J Lewis (Haw) 3, K Jack (Syd) 2, G Birchell (Haw) 2, J
McVeigh (Syd) 1, L Hawthorn (Haw) 1.
Carlton v West Coast – B Gibbs (Carl) 11, M Murphy (Carl) 7, C Judd (Carl) 5, B Waters (WCE) 4, A Embley (WCE) 3, K Simpson (Carl) 2, M
LeCras (WCE) 1, H Scotland (Carl) 1.
Fremantle v North Melbourne – P Duffield (Freo) 7, N Fyfe (Freo) 5, M Pavlich (Freo) 4, L Thomas (NthM) 3, D Mundy (Freo) 2, N Grima
(NthM) 1, A McPhee (Freo) 1.
LEADING GOALKICKERS :
36 - Matthew Pavlich (Freo)
34 - Brendan Fevola (Bris)
33 - Barry Hall (WBul)
32 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
29 - Josh Kennedy (WCE)
29 - Jack Riewoldt (Rich)
28 - Steven Johnon (Geel)
25 - Daniel Bradshaw (Syd)
24 - Brad Green (Melb)
24 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
24 - Setanta O'hAilpin (Carl)
23 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
23 - James Podsiadly (Geel)
22 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
WEEK 11 FIXTURES
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (53/80 to Date)

Friday 4th June
Richmond v St Kilda (7:40pm, Docklands)
Saturday 5th June
Carlton v Melbourne (2:10pm, MCG)
Adelaide v
Fremantle (3:10pm, AAMI Stadium)
North Melbourne v
Brisbane (7:10pm, Docklands)
West Coast v
Geelong (7:40pm, Subiaco Oval)
Sunday 6th June
Sydney v Essendon (1:10pm, SCG)
Hawthorn v Port Adelaide (2:10pm, MCG)
Collingwood v West'n Bulldogs (4:40pm, Docklands)
HARBOURSPORT PLAYER OF
THE YEAR - Standings
Dane Swan (Coll) - 54
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 53
Paul Chapman (Geel) - 40
Luke Hodge (Haw) - 36
Leigh Montagna (St K) - 36
Michael Barlow (Freo) - 35
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 32
Jimmy Bartel (Geel) - 32
Kane Cornes (Port) - 29
Brendan Goddard (St K) - 29
Kade Simpson (Carl) - 28
Chris Judd (Carl) - 28
Brent Harvey (NthM) - 28
 
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
For
Against
Pts
%age
Streak
Geelong
10
8
0
2
1,219
781
32
156.08
W5
Fremantle
10
8
0
2
1,121
877
32
127.82
W2
Collingwood
10
7
0
3
1,074
825
28
130.18
L2
St Kilda
10
7
0
3
872
715
28
121.96
W2
Western Bulldogs
10
6
0
4
947
768
24
123.31
L1
Carlton
10
6
0
4
1,007
890
24
112.81
W1
Sydney
10
5
0
5
901
843
20
106.88
L4
Essendon
10
5
0
5
925
972
20
95.16
W3
Brisbane
10
5
0
5
913
981
20
93.07
W1
Port Adelaide
10
5
0
5
822
965
20
85.18
L3
Hawthorn
10
4
0
6
856
897
16
95.43
W3
Melbourne
10
4
0
6
807
855
16
94.39
L1
North Melbourne
10
4
0
6
793
1,076
16
73.70
L2
West Coast
10
3
0
7
805
959
12
83.94
L2
Adelaide
10
2
0
8
727
956
8
76.05
L1
Richmond
10
1
0
9
684
1,110
4
61.62
W1
Essendon moved to within striking distance of the top 8 when the Bombers won their third game on the trot, an
upset 9-point result against the Western Bulldogs at Docklands on Friday night.
Scores were level at quarter time, and it was goal for goal during an action-packed and see-sawing second
term. The Bombers with a goal to Scott Gumbleton with just seconds to go before the break, took a 7-point lead
into the sheds.
The premiership quarter would prove decisive to the outcome of the game. The Bombers found marking
options, and were helped by some poor discipline by the Bulldogs that gave away a run of free kicks. The first
20 minutes of the quarter saw the Bombers kick five unanswered goals, all from set shots, and expectations in
the Bomber camp of an upset win were growing. Even with two late goals to the Bulldogs, the Bombers led by
26 points at three-quarter time.
Three goals apiece for the final term as the clock ticked into time-on; and the game seemed decided. But
suddenly the Bulldogs swung into action. Three Bulldog goals in the space of less than five minutes, with Barry
Hall bringing his tally for the game to 5, and suddenly the margin was back to single figures with enough time
on the clock for the Bulldogs to steal the contest. The Bulldogs continued to swing forward, but the Bomber
defence held firm and held them out. The Bombers have been giant-killers, adding the scalp of the Bulldogs to
their wins over St Kilda and Carlton, and a season that looked to be going nowhere just a few weeks ago has
swung back to life.
Essendon                          3.2        7.5        12.6        15.9 (99)
Western Bulldogs  
            3.2        6.4          8.4        14.6 (90)
Goals : Essendon – S Gumbleton 3, A Davey 2, P Ryder 2, L Jetta 2, H Hocking, N Lovett-Murray,
A Monfries, D Myers, J Watson, D Zaharakis.
Bulldogs – B Hall 5, J Hill 3, L Gilbee 2, R Griffen, B
Hudson, B Lake, L Picken.
Best : Essendon – L Jetta, B Stanton, J Winderlich, P Ryder, J Watson, A Davey. Bulldogs – B
Hudson, B Lake, B Hall, A Cooney, R Griffen, D Cross.
Injuries : Essendon – Nil. Bulldogs – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Rosebury, Jeffery, McInerney.
Crowd - 45,742 at Docklands.

Geelong maintained their hold on top spot on the ladder, winning every quarter to defeat Melbourne by 54 points
at Skilled Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
It wasn’t a game that reached any great heights, with the Cats in control throughout. The platform was laid in the
first 10 minutes, with the Cats already having 3 goals on the board at the 10 minute mark; and the Demons
were never a chance to get back into the contest. As the game progressed, the Cats slowly but surely increased
their winning margin, with the Demons never allowed to string more than two goals together to launch any form
of a comeback.
Gary Ablett was magnificent, controlling the midfield with 32 possessions. But it was James Podsiadly
who stole the show with a 5-goal haul. The 28 year old, a mature-aged draftee, continued his golden run
in his debut AFL season; once again showing that there are other paths to football stardom than the
traditional way of being drafted from the under 18s comp.
Geelong                          5.5        9.6        14.8        18.13 (121)
Melbourne                      2.1        4.4          7.6           10.7 (67)
Goals : Geelong – J Podsiadly 5, T Hawkins 4, M Stokes 3, S Johnson 2, G Ablett 2, P
Chapman, J Selwood.
Melbourne – B Green 3, A Davey 2, J Bennell, N Jetta, B Miller, C
Morton, A Wonaeamirri.
Best : Geelong – G Ablett, J Selwood, P Chapman, J Podsiadly, T Hawkins, D Milburn.
Melbourne – A Davey, B Green, J Gysberts, B Moloney, J Frawley, C Morton.
Injuries : Geelong – Nil. Melbourne – C Garland (knee).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Farmer, McLaren, Jennings.
Crowd - 24,525 at Skilled Stadium.

Richmond, unable to win a match in the first 9 rounds of 2010, finally broke through in
Round 10 when they travelled interstate to Adelaide and took out a 47-point win over a
disappointing Port Adelaide side in dismal conditions at AAMI Stadium on Saturday.
Taking to the difficult conditions with relish, the Tigers showed superior commitment to the
ball, being under the bottom of numerous packs, tackling hard and denying Port any
chance to get their game going. The Tigers led by 7 points at quarter time, and three
unanswered goals in the second term got them out to a 29 point lead.
After the break the conditions were even worse. The rain was heavier, and by now the
ground was a bog. And the Tigers kept the game tight, with the ball unable to move
significant distances at a time. Only one goal apiece was possible for the quarter, ensuring
the Tigers would maintain the gap they enjoyed at the long break. And by now the game
was heading the Tigers’ way. Confidence was growing, the commitment became stronger.
And in the Power camp, heads were dropping as the inevitability of another loss was
growing. The Power were held to their lowest score in club history, their position in the
top 8 in jeopardy. The Tigers remain on the bottom of the ladder, but finally coach Damian
Hardwick has a win under his belt, and hope of turning his struggling side’s fortunes
around.
Richmond                             3.4        6.9        7.11        10.17 (77)
Port Adelaide        
                2.3        2.4        3.10         3.12 (30)
Goals : Richmond – J Riewoldt 4, B Nason 3, R Nahas 2, R Tambling. Port Adelaide – B
Ebert, C Hitchcock, D Stewart.
Best : Richmond – S Tuck, A Graham, B Deledio, B Cousins, C Newman, A Collins. Port
Adelaide –
K Cornes, T Boak, M Thomas, J Carr, D Cassisi, M Broadbent.
Injuries : Richmond – B Griffiths (corked thigh). Port Adelaide – D Brogan (back spasms)
replaced in selected side by N Salter, B Ebert (concussion), C Hitchcock (shoulder), S
Salopek (shoulder).
Reports – Nil. Umpires – Kennedy, Ryan, Wenn.
Crowd – 16,694 at AAMI Stadium.

For much of the contest at Docklands on Saturday night, Adelaide fancied their chances of
pulling off an upset win against St Kilda. But a blistering final quarter broke the Crows’
hearts, as the Saints pulled away to record a 47-point victory.
The Saints looked well placed early, with Leigh Montagna in unstoppable form to score 3
goals for the quarter as the Saints got out to an 18-point lead at the first change. But the
Crows fought back in the second term, showing far more attacking flair and determination
than their lowly ladder position indicated they might. By half time the scores were level,
and the Crows went on with the job early in the third term to take the lead.
The third term saw several lead changes as the teams battled for the ascendancy. But
midway through the quarter, Nathan Bock departed the scene with a groin injury. And his
absence unsettled the Crows, with the Saints taking the lead back before three-quarter
time.
Although the first three quarters of the game had been close, the last quarter was a
different story. When the pressure was there, and the game was there to be won, it was
the Saints who stood up, stepped up a gear and ran the Crows out of the contest. Leigh
Montagna was magnificent, extending his possession count to 38 in a dominant best on
ground performance. Nick Dal Santo and Sam Gilbert were also ball magnets, with 31
possessions apiece as the Saint controlled play to turn a game that looked set to be a
thrilling contest into a blowout; a result that keeps the Saints within striking distance of
the top 4 but leaves the struggling Adelaide stranded in 15th spot on the ladder, their
finals hopes already fading fast.
St Kilda                               5.1        7.2        12.7        19.9  (123)
Adelaide                
              2.1        7.2        11.4         12.4  (76)
Goals : St Kilda – L Montagna 5, S Milne 3, A Schneider 2, N Dal Santo 2, A McQualter 2, R
Stanley, F Ray, B Goddard, J Gwilt, M Gardiner.
Adelaide – K Tippett 3, P Dangerfield 3, N
Van Berlo, T Walker, J Petrenko, J Porplyzia, I Maric, R Douglas.
Best : St Kilda – L Montagna, B Goddard, N Dal Santo, S Fisher, L Hayes, S Gilbert.
Adelaide – R Douglas, N Bock, N Van Berlo, D Mackay, K Tippett, M Doughty.
Injuries : St Kilda – Nil. Adelaide – N Bock (groin).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Donlon, McBurney, Sully.
Crowd - 28, 708 at Docklands.

Brisbane’ season had appeared to be on a downward spiral, but the Lions breathed some
life back into their 2010 campaign when they stunned the high-flying Collingwood by 8
points at the Gabba on Saturday night.
Everything appeared to be going to form when Alan Didak snapped two miracle goals from
difficult angles in the pocket to give the Magpies a 13-point lead at quarter time; and at
the long break the margin was 15 points. And when the Magpies scored the opening goal
of the third quarter, they held a 20-point lead and looked to be cruising to a comfortable
victory.
But suddenly the Lions came to life. Players who had made little contribution during their
losing streak, such as Luke Power and Brent Staker, suddenly began to reap possessions.
Brendan Fevola, after barely having a touch in the first half, weighed in with two goals in
the third term. The momentum of  the game was starting to swing the Lions’ way, with the
margin cut to just 3 points at the last change.
And with the sellout crowd beginning to find their voice, the Lions went on with the job in
the final quarter. Fevola added another two goals to bring his tally for the game to 4,
while Jonathan Brown also ended up with a 4-goal haul. Luke Power, in his 250th game,
accumulated 35 possessions in a best on ground performance. Finally the Lions’ 5-game
losing streak is over, and the Brisbane side remains in with a chance to re-create their
early season form and move back into finals contention. It was a disappointing fadeout for
Collingwood, one that has cost them a chance to join Geelong as equal ladder leaders.
Brisbane                                     4.4        6.6        9.8        13.10 (88)
Collingwood        
                        6.5        8.9       9.11       11.14 (80)
Goals : Brisbane -  B Fevola 4, J Brown 4, D Rich 2, T Banfield 2, L Power. Collingwood – A
Didak 2, C Dawes 2, S Sidebottom 2, D Thomas, S Pendlebury, H O’Brien, D Jolly, J Anthony.
Best : Brisbane – L Power, B Staker, T Johnstone, D Rich, T Rockliff, A McGrath.
Collingwood – D Thomas, D Swan, S Pendlebury, D Jolly, L Ball, A Didak.
Injuries : Brisbane – Nil. Collingwood – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Stevic, Stewart, Pannell.
Crowd - 34,239 at the Gabba.

Hawthorn continued their mid-season resurgence, taking out their third win on the trot
and condemning Sydney to their fifth straight defeat, when the Hawks fell over the line by
2 points against the Swans at the MCG on Sunday.
Although the Hawks led for most of the afternoon, the persistent Swans never let the
Hawks get out of striking distance. The margin was 9 points at quarter time, 5 at the long
break and 10 points at the last change. But with the first two goals in the last quarter, the
Hawks looked to have finally shaken off  the Swans to set up a match-winning lead.
But the Swans wouldn’t give up, and with five of the last six goals the margin was back to
within a kick. The Hawks had their chances to make the game safe, but some poor
finishing would ensure the Swans were still in the contest. The margin was 2 points deep
in time-on, and the Swans kept the ball in their forward line through the desperate final
minutes. But the winning goal would not come, the Hawthorn defence standing firm.
The win came at a price for the Hawks. Campbell Brown was forced off with a knee injury
and looks set for an extended period on the sidelines. And Buddy Franklin was reported
for a high shot on Marty Mattner, looking down the barrel of his third suspension in a year.
But it was a welcome result for the Hawks, their third win in a row giving them some
chance to salvage their season. But for the Swans, it was a result that sees them at risk
of falling out of the top 8, with a season that had started so promisingly at risk of falling
away.
Hawthorn                                 3.6        4.12        7.13        10.19 (79)
Sydney                                     2.3         4.7          6.9         11.11 (77)
Goals : Hawthorn – L Franklin 3, C Rioli, R Hooper, L Hodge, S Mitchell, G Birchall, C
Petersen, M Osborne.
Sydney – D Hannebery 3, J White 3, H Playfair 2, J McVeigh, K Jack,
A Goodes.
Best : Hawthorn – S Mitchell, J Lewis, G Birchall, L Hodge, L Franklin, G Renouf. Sydney –
D Hennebery, S Mumford, K Jack, J McVeigh, A Goodes, R Shaw.
Injuries : Hawthorn - C Brown (knee), X Ellis (nose) Sydney – J Kennedy (head).
Reports : Hawthorn - L Franklin for rough conduct against M Mattner.
Umpires - Vozzo, Margetts, Findlay.
Crowd - 36,003 at MCG.

Carlton’s season to date has been one of fluctuating fortunes, but the Blues returned to
the winning circle when they defeated West Coast by 29 points at Docklands on Sunday
afternoon.
It was a win spearheaded by Bryce Gibbs. The classy midfielder was a ball magnet,
accumulating an amazing 45 possession as he effortlessly shrugged off the attentions of
any Eagle opponents who would attempt to stop him. Marc Murphy was also prominent all
day, touching the ball 36 times; while Chris Judd with 29 also had plenty of the ball. And
with the Blue midfield in such instoppable form, the Blues were able to continue to edge
further ahead.
The Eagles tried hard, and in Mark LeCras had a focal point for their attacking moves; and
LeCras would contribute five goals to the Eagle cause. But the Blues edged further ahead
as the afternoon wore on – leading by 16 points at quarter time, 24 at half time and 32 at
three-quarter time. And even though the Eagles won the last quarter, the Blues had the
game comfortably under control. The win sees the Blues move up to 5th on the ladder, but
keeps the Eagles struggling in the lower reaches of the ladder and looking likely to miss
the finals for the second year in a row.
Carlton                                      5.5        8.8        12.13        15.15 (105)
West Coast                                3.1        5.2          8.5           11.10 (76)
Goals : Carlton – S O’hAilpin 3, C Judd 2, M Robinson 2, J Garlett 2, B Gibbs, H Scotland, E
Betts, S Browne, M Murphy, L Henderson.
West Coast – M LeCras 5, J Kennedy 4, D Cox, B
McKinley.
Best : Carlton – B Gibbs, M Murphy, C Judd, K Simpson, H Scotland, A Walker. West Coast
B Waters, A Embley, M LeCras, A Selwood, M Priddis, M Rosa.
Injuries : Carlton - H Scotland (ankle). West Coast – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Nicholls, Dalgleish, Chamberlain.
Crowd - 29,175 at Docklands.

Fremantle’s stellar season continued when the Dockers completed a 61-point win over
North Melbourne at Subiaco Oval on Sunday, moving to outright second on the ladder.
The Dockers got off to a flying start, with six goals to two in the opening term; and
although the Kangaroos settled in the second term the home side enjoyed a 29-point lead
at the long break.
The third term was Fremantle at their best, and the Kangaroos were unable to compete.
The Dockers completed 10 goals for the quarter, dominating all facets of the game with an
attractive display of running football. Matthew Pavlich and Kepler Bradley proved useful
twin talls up forward, while the midfield was winning every contest for the football.
By the last change, the margin had stretched to 70 points. By the last quarter the sting
had gone out of the game, and both sides were content to play out time. The Kangaroos
won the last quarter, but by then the damage was done and the Dockers had completed a
comfortable victory.
Fremantle                            6.5        8.8        18.12        21.13 (139)
North Melbourne                 2.1        4.3           7.8          11.12 (78)
Goals : Fremantle – M Pavlich 4, K Bradley 4, N Fyfe 3, C Mayne 2, H Ballantyne 2, P
Hasleby, S Hill, G Ibbotson, N Suban, J van Berlo, A Sandilands.
North Melbourne – L
Thomas 5, L Harding, L Hansen, M Firrito, N O'Keefe, B Harvey, S Wright.
Best : Fremantle – P Duffield, N Fyfe, M Pavlich, D Mundy, A McPhee, K Bradley. North
Melbourne –
L Thomas, N Grima, M Firrito, B Rawlings, R Bastinac, A Swallow.
Injuries : Fremantle - M Barlow (hamstring) replaced in selected side by C Pearce. North
Melbourne -
B Harvey (elbow).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Hay, Meredith, Ryan.
Crowd - 36,175 at Subiaco Oval.
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Sydney v Port (Trial, 23/2/08)
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Sydney v West Coast (12/4/08)
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Grand Final Parade (26/9/08)
Blacktown Update (31/12/08)
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Sydney v Richmond (3/5/09)
Blacktown Update (9/5/09)
Sydney v West Coast (16/5/09)
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Blacktown Update (5/7/09
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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)
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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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2011 Pre-Season Week 1
2011 Pre-Season Week 2
2011 Pre-Season Week 3
2011 Pre-Season Week 4
2011 Pre-Season Week 5
Round 1 2011 Scoreboard
Round 2 2011 Scoreboard
Round 3 2011 Scoreboard
Round 4 2011 Scoreboard
Round 5 2011 Scoreboard
Round 6 2011 Scoreboard
Round 7 2011 Scoreboard
Round 8 2011 Scoreboard
Round 9 2011 Scoreboard
Round 10 2011 Scoreboard
Round 11 2011 Scoreboard
Round 12 2011 Scoreboard
Round 13 2011 Scoreboard
Round 14 2011 Scoreboard