Hawthorn v Essendon – L Franklin (Haw) 8, J Watson (Ess) 5, J Winderlich (Ess) 4, M Osborne (Haw) 4, A Davey (Ess) 2, S Mitchell (Haw)
2, J Lewis (Haw) 1.
Carlton v Fremantle – A Sandilands (Freo) 6, E Betts (Carl) 5, M Barlow (Freo) 5, A Walker (Carl) 4, B Gibbs (Carl) 2, D Mundy (Freo) 2, K
Simpson (Carl) 1, P Haselby (Freo) 1.
Brisbane v Richmond – A Graham (Rich) 5, J Redden (Bris) 5, T Johnstone (Bris) 3, S Tuck (Rich) 3, T Rockliff (Bris) 2, C Newman (Rich) 2,
B Deledio (Rich) 1.
North Melbourne v Port Adelaide – B Harvey (NthM) 7, J Schulz (Port) 6, L Hansen (NthM) 4, D Pearce (Port) 3, A Swallow (NthM) 3, K
Cornes (Port) 1, B Rawlings (NthM) 1.
West Coast v Western Bulldogs – L Gilbee (WBul) 6, D Cross (WBul) 5, B Dalziell (WCE) 4, M Boyd (WBul) 4, D Giansiracusa (WBul) 3, S
Selwood (WCE) 2, B Waters (WCE) 1, J Harbrow (WBul) 1.
St Kilda v Geelong – L Hayes (St K) 8, C Enright (Geel) 7, N Dal Santo (St K) 7, J Selwood (Geel) 5, L Montagna (St K) 4, B Goddard (St K) 3,
D Milburn (Geel) 2, G Ablett (Geel) 1, S Fisher (St K) 1.
Sydney v Collingwood – D Jolly (Coll) 7, M Mattner (Syd) 6, D Swan (Coll) 5, J Kennedy (Syd) 3, H Shaw (Coll) 2, J McVeigh (Syd) 1, D
Thomas (Coll) 1.
Adelaide v Melbourne – S Goodwin (Adel) 8, G Johncock (Adel) 5, T Scully (Melb) 3, M Doughty (Adel) 3, B Green (Melb) 2, B Symes (Adel) 2,
J Grimes (Melb) 1.
48 - Jack Riewoldt (Rich)
46 - Barry Hall (WBul)
42 - Brendan Fevola (Bris)
40 - Matthew Pavlich (Freo)
36 - Steven Johnson (Geel)
35 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
35 - Josh Kennedy (WCE)
32 - Stephen Milne (St K)
31 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
30 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
29 - Brad Green (Melb)
29 - James Podsiadly (Geel)
28 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
25 - Setanta O'hAilpin (Carl)
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (68.5/104 to Date)

Thursday 1st July
Carlton v Brisbane (7:40pm, Docklands)
Friday 2nd July
Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs (7:40pm, MCG)
Saturday 3rd July
Fremantle v Port Adelaide (3:10pm, Subiaco Oval)
Collingwood v West Coast (7:10pm, Docklands)
Adelaide v Essendon (7:40pm, AAMI Stadium)
Sunday 4th July
Geelong v North Melbourne (1:10pm, Skilled Stadium)
Richmond v
Sydney (2:10pm, MCG)
St Kilda v Melbourne (4:40pm, Docklands)
THE YEAR - Standings
Dane Swan (Coll) - 73
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 57
Luke Hodge (Haw) - 52
Michael Barlow (Freo) - 52
Leigh Montagna (St K) - 49
Jimmy Bartel (Geel) - 47
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 46
Paul Chapman (Geel) - 45
Brendan Goddard (St K) - 44
Brent Harvey (NthM) - 39
Kane Cornes (Port) - 36
Matthew Boyd (WBul) - 36
Aaron Sandilands (Freo) - 35
St Kilda
Western Bulldogs
North Melbourne
Port Adelaide
West Coast
There’s always plenty of passion when Hawthorn take on Essendon, and the opening game of the split round
was to be no exception. But it was the Hawks who would emerge with bragging rights when they took control in
the final quarter to record a 16-point win over the Bombers; one that keeps their winning streak and position in the
top 8 intact while making it very difficult for the Bombers to repeat last season’s September appearance.
The Hawks were looking good in the first half, leading by 18 points at quarter time and by the long break the Hawk
advantage had extended to 21. But the Bombers lifted a gear in the third term, and with more intensity in their
midfield and making the most of their opportunities, the Bombers began to haul in the deficit. They were helped
on their way by some appalling finishing by the Hawks, with some seemingly certain steadying goals being
missed. The Bombers kicked 4.1 to 1.4 for the quarter, cutting the margin to just 6 points at the last change.
And early in the final term, the Bombers took the lead. With their tails up, and momentum running their way, it was
looking good for Essendon.
But cometh the hour, cometh the man. And the man for the Hawks was Buddy Franklin. Gathering the ball on the
50m line next to the boundary, Franklin shook off the attentions of the Bomber defenders before curling home an
amazing goal from an impossible angle to level the scores. A minute later, a mark and goal from 55 metres out
restored the lead for the Hawks. Hawthorn lifted, Essendon heads dropped. And the Hawks had steadied, on their
way to their 6th win on the trot.
Hawthorn                                  5.7        8.9        9.13        14.18 (102)
                3.1        5.6         9.7          13.8 (86)
Goals : Hawthorn – L Franklin 5, B Muston 3, C Young 2, S Burgoyne, J Lewis, M Osborne, C Rioli.
Essendon – A Davey 3, S Lonergan 2, T Bellchambers, S Gumbleton, N Lovett-Murray, M McVeigh,
P Ryder, J Watson, J Winderlich, D Zaharakis.
Best : Hawthorn – L Franklin, M Osborne, S Mitchell, J Lewis, C Young, S Burgoyne. Essendon – J
Watson, J Winderlich, A Davey, B Prismall, P Ryder, M McVeigh.
Injuries : Hawthorn – Nil. Essendon – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Margetts, Chamberlain, McInerney.
Crowd - 54,148 at MCG.

After consecutive losses Fremantle needed a win to get their top 4 ambitions back on track, and the Dockers
achieved that when they held out a fast-finishing Carlton to win by 9 points at Docklands.
Taking advantage of some appalling Carlton inaccuracy early, the Dockers gained the ascendancy to build up a
lead. There were only 9 points in it at the first change, but the Blues would score 10 behinds before they finally
bagged a goal; and by then they were chasing the game. Despite having had more scoring shots than the
Dockers, the Blues trailed by 22 points at the long break, and when the Dockers raced out of the blocks in the third
term with two more goals within the first 5 minutes the game looked to be drifting out of Carlton’s reach.
The margin was 26 points at the last change, and worse had occurred for the Blues when ruckman Matthew
Kreuzer’s game had been brought to a premature end by a knee injury. The lead stretched further in the first
minute of the final quarter, Michael Barlow kicking his 4th game; and with over 30 touches for the game the
Docker midfielder was doing his chances of winning the Brownlow in his debut season no harm at all.
But when the game had looked dead and buried, the Blues suddenly came to life. Players who had been barely
sighted till then began to make an impact, and the misfiring Blues forwards began to find their line. 6 of the last 8
goals was a reflection of the Blues’ new-found confidence; but the margin was too great and the Blues comeback
too late for them to steal the game. The Dockers with the win retain their position in the top 4, while the Blues have
suffered successive defeats.
Fremantle                            2.4        7.4        11.9        14.12 (96)
Carlton                                0.7       2.12       6.13        12.17 (87)
Goals : Fremantle – M Barlow 4, R Crowley 2, H Ballantyne 2, D Mundy, A Morabito, K Bradley, A
Sandilands, P Hasleby, N Fyfe.
Carlton – E Betts 4, J Waite 2, B Thornton 2, M Garlett 2, L
Henderson 2.
Best : Fremantle – A Sandilands, M Barlow, D Mundy, P Haselby, P Duffield, G Ibbotson. Carlton –
E Betts, A Walker, B Gibbs, K Simpson, J Waite, A Carrazzo.
Injuries : Fremantle – Nil. Carlton – M Murphy (hamstring tightness) replaced in selected side by
D Armfield, M Kreuzer (left knee).
Reports – Nil Umpires - Donlon, Meredith, Mollison, Stewart (replaced Donlon in the second half).
Crowd - 28,869 at Docklands.
A season that had promised much for Brisbane has delivered little, and the Lions received a further
humiliation when they were defeated at home by bottom side Richmond by 19 points.
A scrappy encounter between two teams struggling for form saw numerous skill errors from both sides, in
what was hardly a stunning exhibition of football at its best. The Tigers gained the early ascendancy, with 5
goals to 2 in the opening term to lead by 16 points at the first change; and by half time the lead was out to
20 points. The Lions stopped the rot to some extent in the third term, holding the Tigers to a solitary goal,
but were only able to find two goals themselves and the Tigers still led by 14 points at the last change.
But the Lions weren’t quite finished yet, and with the first two goals of the final term the margin was
suddenly down to 4 points and the crowd began to find their voice, hoping to urge the Lions to hit the lead
and take out the victory. But it wasn’t to be, as the Tigers steadied and with 5 of the last 7 goals did enough
to earn their third win of the season and condemn the Lions to their 8th loss in the last 9 games.
The game was Brendan Fevola’s 200th game, but was one of the former Blue’s worst. Only one goal,
coming from a free kick, along with several misses, an air-swing and some missed tackles that made it
too easy for the Tiger defenders to clear the ball out of danger. But there were plenty of other Lions in the
same boat, as too few of them made any form of contribution; and the Lions’ dismal run of form continues
with confidence and morale in the Lions’ camp continuing to worsen.
Richmond                            5.2        9.7        10.12        15.15 (105)
Brisbane                              2.4        6.5         8.10          12.14 (86)
Goals : Richmond – J Riewoldt 3, A Collins 3, M White 2, S Edwards 2, B Cousins, D Martin,
M Farmer, T Vickery, B Griffiths.
Brisbane – A Cornelius 3, B Staker 3, D Banfield 2, T Rockliff,
J Redden, J Sherman, B Fevola.
Best : Richmond – A Graham, S Tuck,  C Newman, B Deledio, B Cousins, D Connors.
Brisbane – J Redden, T Johnstone, T Rockliff, T Banfield, M Rischitelli, B Staker.
Injuries : Richmond – L McGuane. Brisbane - S Black (virus, replaced in starting side by A
Cornelius), A Buchanan.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Vozzo, Farmer, Jennings.
Crowd - 28,415 at Gabba.

North Melbourne’s mid-season resurgence continued and Port Adelaide’s misery worsened when the
Kangaroos completed their third win on the trot, defeating the Power by 36 points at Docklands.
The roof was closed in wet and cold conditions, but despite the protection of the roof only a small crowd of
15,000 was on hand. The fans who were there witnessed a close contest in the first half, with multiple lead
changes. The Kangaroos led by 5 points at quarter time, and by half time the lead had been stretched to
13 points.
But the third quarter, a high-scoring term of attacking football, was crucial in determing the destiny of the
match. The Kangaroos quickly took the ascendancy with the first three goals of the quarter, and finished
with a return of 7 goals to 5 to blow the game out of Port’s reach. At the last change the margin had blown
out to 29 points, and the Power were unable to stop the Kangaroos’ juggernaut in the final term as they
cruised to a comprehensive win.
Lachie Hansen was pivotal for the Kangaroos, kicking 5 goals. Veteran midfielder Brent Harvey with 32
touches of the footy, and Brady Rawlings with 29, also played key roles for the Kangaroos. Jay Schulz put
in a career-high 7 goal haul to be easily Port’s best player.
The Kangaroos, with their third win in a row, find themselves only outside the top 8 on percentage; and
although their percentage is very low they still have given themselves a genuine chance of taking part in
the playoff action. But it was a disastrous afternoon for Port, their 6th loss on the trot, and time is running
out for Port to make their move if they still hold out hopes of September action.
North Melbourne                       4.2        6.7        13.12        19.15 (129)
Port Adelaide                            3.3        4.6           9.7           14.9 (93)
Goals : North Melbourne – L Hansen 5, B Harvey 2, M Campbell 2, H McIntosh 2, B Warren
2, A Swallow, L Thomas, R Bastinac, C Garlett, T Goldstein, S Wright.
Port Adelaide – J
Schulz 7, C Hitchcock 3, D Motlop 2, D Meyer, D Rodan.
Best : North Melbourne – B Harvey, L Hansen, A Swallow, B Rawlings, D Pratt, H McIntosh.
Port Adelaide – J Schulz, D Pearce, K Cornes, M Thomas, T Logan, J Surjan.
Injuries : North Melbourne – B Cunnington (broken nose). Port Adelaide – P Stewart
(broken nose).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - McLaren, Kamolins, Pannell.
Crowd - 15,109 at Docklands.

West Coast’s season went from bad to worse when the Eagles lowered their colours to the Western
Bulldogs by 60 points at Subiaco.
The Bulldogs led at every change, although the Eagles worked hard to keep themselves within striking
distance. There was a point in it at quarter time, and the Bulldogs led by 9 points at the long break. Even at
three-quarter time the margin was 23 points and the Eagles may have still held hopes of coming from
behind to snatch the game.
But the last quarter was a horror story for the home side, and the Bulldogs dominated proceedings. Six
goals to one for the quarter turned the game into a blowout, the Bulldogs’ dominance reflected in the
second half scoring shot tally, with the Bulldogs scoring 19 times in the half while the Eagles troubled the
scorers only three times.
The Bulldogs shared the goalkicking honours around, with 11 individual goalkickers. Lindsay Gilbee,
Daniel Cross and Matthew Boyd all accumulated over 30 possessions as the Bulldogs controlled the
midfield. Bradd Dalziell with 29 touches was the Eagles’ top possession winner, but too few Eagles made
any contribution to the team cause.
The result boosts the Bulldogs’ percentage and keeps them in range of the top 4; but only percentage
separates the Eagles from the dreaded wooden spoon position.
Western Bulldogs                      3.4        7.8        11.10        17.17 (119)
West Coast                                3.5        6.5          8.5             9.5 (59)
Goals : Bulldogs – B Hall 3, B Johnson 2, J Grant 2, D Giansiracusa 2, B Stack 2, R Griffen, J
Hill, L Gilbee, M Hahn, N Eagleton, W Minson.
West Coast – M LeCras 3, A Strijk 2, B Dalziell,
B McKinley, Q Lynch, J Kennedy.
Best : Bulldogs – L Gilbee, D Cross, M Boyd, D Giansiracusa, J Harbrow, B Lake. West
Coast –
B Dalziell, S Selwood, B Waters, W Schofield, B Sheppard, A Embley.
Injuries : Bulldogs – Nil. West Coast - A Selwood replaced in selected side by Q Lynch, S
Hurn (leg).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Kennedy, Nicholls, Dalgleish.
Crowd - 34,280 at Subiaco.

On a wet and windy Friday night at the MCG, St Kilda achieved some small measure of revenge for last
year’s grand final when the Saints completed a 24-point win over Geelong.
The win was set up in the third quarter. The Cats led by a point at quarter time, and by 16 points at the long
break. But the St Kilda defence was at its miserly best in the third term, and the Cats were unable to score
in the quarter. The Saints’ relentless drive through the midfield created scoring opportunities, and although
marking the ball was difficult in the wet conditions, the small forwards were always around the drop of the
ball to gain possession. Adam Schneider weighed in with 4 goals, while third-gamer Jack Steven
contributed 3 goals to the St Kilda cause.
The Saints scored 5.3 to nothing for the quarter, turning the 16 point deficit into a 17 point lead. And with
the track now heavier and fatigue taking control, the Cats could find no way back into the contest. The
Saints would score the only goal for the final quarter, a goal-less second half for the Cats as the ladder
leaders were well held and their midfield was unable to find its normal penetration.
And so the Cats’ 7-game winning streak comes to an end, and only percentage separates the Cats and
the Saints at the top of the table.
St Kilda                                     2.1        4.3        9.6        10.10 (70)
Geelong                                    2.2        6.7        6.7         6.10 (46)
Goals : St Kilda – A Schneider 4, J Steven 3, S Milne 2, N Dal Santo. Geelong – G Ablett 2,
A Mackie, C Ling, M Stokes, S Johnson.
Best : St Kilda – L Hayes, N Dal Santo, L Montagna, B Goddard, S Fisher, S Gilbert. Geelong
C Enright, J Selwood, D Milburn, G Ablett, J Bartel, C Ling.
Injuries : St Kilda – Nil. Geelong - H Taylor (ankle), S Johnson (hand), J Bartel (elbow).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Rosebury, Stevic, Ryan.
Crowd - 58,208 at the MCG.

The mid-season split round has been a happy hunting ground for Collingwood, the Magpies having an
imposing record in their annual clash against the Swans at ANZ Stadium. And a massive number of
Magpie supporters made the trip to Sydney, where the Magpies once again dominated proceedings to take
out a comfortable 25-point victory.
With former Sydney ruckman Darren Jolly dominating the hit-outs and giving the Magpies first use of the
ball, the Magpies dominated from the start. Inaccuracy hampered them early, and the 9-point margin at the
first change should have been considerably greater. But the early stages of the second quarter were
critical, with the Magpies quickly running in to score 4 goals, at one stage leading by 31 points. Even with
the Swans scoring the last two goals of the quarter, and the first of the third term, the Magpies still enjoyed
a comfortable win.
The third term again saw the Magpies let themselves down with inaccurate finishing, but the Swans weren’
t getting enough of the ball to make the Magpies suffer from their errors. Instead, a constant flow of the ball
to the Collingwood forward line kept the scoreboard ticking over and ensured that, even with their poor
finishing, the sheer volume of scoring opportunities would take their toll.
By the last change the margin was out to 34 points, and even with the Swans winning the last quarter there
was never any suggestion they would trouble Collingwood’s grip on the game. The Swans, winless
against Collingwood since 2005, had again dropped their colours to their nemesis, and the thousands in
black and white at the southern end of the ground were in full voice, demonstrating that the Swans’ fortress
had been well and truly penetrated by the rampant Magpies.
Click here to see Harboursport’s photo gallery from this match.
Collingwood                        3.6        7.11        10.17        13.18 (96)
Sydney                                2.3         4.4           6.7          10.11 (71)
Goals : Collingwood – C Dawes 3, S Sidebottom 2, T Cloke 2, L Brown 2, H O'Brien, B Dick,
D Jolly, A Didak.
Sydney – R O'Keefe 3, B McGlynn 2, B Kirk, C Bird, R Shaw, G Rohan, J
Best : Collingwood – D Jolly, D Swan, H Shaw, D Thomas, L Ball, L Brown. Sydney – M
Mattner, J Kennedy, J McVeigh, K Jack, R Shaw, B McGlynn.
Injuries : Collingwood – B Dick (shoulder). Sydney – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - McBurney, Wenn, Findlay.
Crowd - 43,585 at ANZ Stadium.

Adelaide ensured they would remain a game above the dreaded wooden spoon position when the Crows
were 44 points too good for a disappointing Melbourne at AAMI Stadium.
The Crows did the damage in the first half. Despite some early inaccuracy the Crows led by 21 points at
quarter time and extended their advantage to 41 points at the long break. But the Crows, when they had the
Demons on the ropes, failed to put them away in the third term. A scoreline of 1.9 for the quarter reflected
the litany of missed opportunities to make the game safe. Down the other end, the Demons kicked 5 goals
for the quarter to cut the margin to 25 points at the last change.
But that was as close as the Demons were able to get. The three-quarter time break stopped the Demon
momentum and the Crows were able to steady in the final quarter.
For the Crows, the result was a welcome win in a season when too few of them have happened. For the
moment at least, the Crows find themselves still a game plus percentage ahead of the bottom; and
although a run at the finals is probably beyond them, they still have the chance to play the second half of
this season coming home with a wet sail. But the Demons, winless in the last four rounds, are finding the
pace they set earlier in the season just too hard to maintain; and the finals hopes the Demons felt a month
ago are rapidly fading.
Adelaide                               4.6        9.10        10.19        16.21 (117)
Melbourne                            1.3         3.5           8.6            11.7 (73)
Goals : Adelaide – K Tippett 4, M Jaensch 3, T Walker 2, G Johncock, J Griffin, B Vince, I
Maric, R Henderson, N van Berlo, P Dangerfield.
Melbourne – M Bate 4, B Green 2, L Dunn
2, C Bruce 2, N Jetta.
Best : Adelaide – S Goodwin, G Johncock, M Doughty, B Symes, R Sloane, B Vince.
Melbourne – T Scully, B Green, J Grimes, C Bruce, M Bate, J Trengove.
Injuries : Adelaide – D Mackay (sprained ankle). Melbourne – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Ryan, Armstrong, Jeffery.
Crowd - 34,442 at AAMI Stadium.
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)
Sydney v Hawthorn (7/8/10)
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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