Port Adelaide v Collingwood – D Swan (Coll) 9, D Rodan (Port) 5, D Jolly (Coll) 4, B Ebert (Port) 3, S Pendlebury (Coll) 2, T Chaplin (Port)
1, D Beams (Coll) 1.
Geelong v Hawthorn – J Bartel (Geel) 7, L Franklin (Haw) 5, P Chapman (Geel) 4, C Rioli (Haw) 3, B Sewell (Haw) 2, G Ablett (Geel) 2, L
Hodge (Haw) 1, J Selwood (Geel) 1.
West Coast v Adelaide – R Henderson (Adel) 6, A Embley (WCE) 6, S Goodwin (Adel) 5, M Rosa (WCE) 5, R Douglas (Adel) 2, A Selwood
(WCE) 2, K Tippett (Adel) 1.
Richmond v Fremantle – D Connors (Rich) 8, A McPhee (Freo) 5, D Mundy (Freo) 4, C Newman (Rich) 4, B Deledio (Rich) 3, A Sandilands
(Freo) 2, M White (Rich) 1.
Brisbane v St Kilda – L Montagna (St K) 7, S Black (Bris) 7, T Rockliff (Bris) 4, S Milne (St K) 3, N Dal Santo (St K) 2, J Redden (Bris) 2, F
Ray (St K) 1.
Sydney v North Melbourne – A Goodes (Syd) 10, L Roberts-Thomson (Syd) 5, B Harvey (NthM) 4, R Bastinac (NthM) 3, T Kennelly (Syd) 3,
N Malceski (Syd) 2, T Goldstein (NthM) 1, B Kirk (Syd) 1.
Melbourne v Essendon – B Green (Melb) 9, J Winderlich (Ess) 6, L Dunn (Melb) 6, N Lovett-Murray (Ess) 5, C Sylvia (Melb) 4, J Watson
(Ess) 3, M Jamar (Melb) 2.
Carlton v Western Bulldogs – M Boyd (WBul) 10, B Lake (WBul) 5, B Gibbs (Carl) 4, R Griffen (WBul) 4, C Judd (Carl) 2, A Cooney (WBul) 2,
R Hargrave (WBul) 1.
58 - Jack Riewoldt (Rich)
48 - Barry Hall (WBul)
46 - Brendan Fevola (Bris)
44 - Matthew Pavlich (Freo)
38 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
37 - Stephen Milne (St K)
36 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
36 - Brad Green (Melb)
36 - Josh Kennedy (WCE)
36 - Steven Johnson (Geel)
36 - James Podsiadly (Geel)
35 - Kurt Tippett (Adel)
35 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (79.5/120 to Date)

Friday 16th July
Adelaide v Geelong (8:40pm, AAMI Stadium)
Saturday 17th July
Collingwood v St Kilda (2:10pm, MCG)
Hawthorn v Brisbane (2:10pm, Aurora Stadium)
Essendon v West Coast (7:10pm, Docklands)
West'n Bulldogs v Port Adelaide (7:10pm, TIO Stadium)
Sunday 18th July
Carlton v Sydney (1:10pm, Docklands)
Richmond v
North Melbourne (2:10pm, MCG)
Fremantle v Melbourne (4:40pm, Subiaco Oval)
THE YEAR - Standings
Dane Swan (Coll) - 94
Leigh Montagna (St K) - 64
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 59
Luke Hodge (Haw) - 57
Paul Chapman (Geel) - 57
Michael Barlow (Freo) - 57
Jimmy Bartel (Geel) - 54
Matthew Boyd (WBul) - 51
Brendan Goddard (St K) - 49
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 48
Brent Harvey (NthM) - 43
Scott Pendlebury (Coll) - 39
St Kilda
Western Bulldogs
North Melbourne
Port Adelaide
West Coast
Port Adelaide icon Mark Williams, the man who coached the Power to the glory of their 2004 premiership,
announced on Friday morning his retirement from the Port coaching job. The match against Collingwood
at AAMI Stadium on Friday night would be his last.
The Power started like men inspired, the players lifting to the occasion. Five unanswered goals came
through for the quarter, each being met with a rapturous reception from the crowd. The Power led by 32
points at quarter time and with the first goal of the second term looked well placed to give Williams a send-
off to remember.
But emotion could only get the Power so far. Port’s premiership window is long gone, and Collingwood
were in no mood to let the flashback to 6 years ago continue for too long. The Magpies lifted, with 7 goals
for the quarter to level the scores at the long break. The third term was goal for goal, and Collingwood led
by a point at the last change.
With the game in the balance, the time for emotion was over and cold hard reality set in. The Magpies
pulled away in the final quarter to complete a 26-point win; maintaining their lofty ladder position while
ensuring the Power would continue to languish in the lower reaches of the ladder. Dane Swan was
spectacular, with 39 posessions for the day including a whopping 16 in the second quarter to stop the Port
momentum. Scott Pendlebury was also a star with 30 touches, while Darren Jolly was a dominant force in
the ruck.
And so the Mark Williams era draws to a close. Taking the reigns in 1999, Williams presided over a
successful era at Port, taking out the premership in 2004 and taking the club to another grand final
appearance in 2007. But the club has struggled for success since their record grand final loss at the
hands of Geelong in the 2007 decider, the club failing to make the finals in 2008 or 2009; and with an 8-
game losing streak this season the Williams era has ended at its lowest point.
Collingwood                           0.1        7.5        10.8        16.9 (105)
Port Adelaide                          5.3        7.5        10.7         12.7 (79)
Goals : Collingwood – C Dawes 3, A Didak 2, J Blair 2, L Brown 2, D Thomas 2, D Beams, T
Cloke, D Jolly, T Lockyer, D Swan.
Port Adelaide – B Ebert 4, D Rodan 3, D Motlop 2, M
Banner, J Carr, P Stewart.
Best : Collingwood – D Swan, D Jolly, S Pendlebury, D Beams, D Thomas, A Didak. Port
Adelaide –
D Rodan, B Ebert, T Chaplin, T Logan, T Boak, K Cornes.
Injuries : Collingwood – Nil. Port Adelaide – M Thomas (corked thigh).
Reports : Collingwood - T Cloke (Coll) for striking T Boak in the second quarter.
Umpires - Donlon, McBurney, Avon.
Crowd - 24,260 at AAMI Stadium.

With the ladder-leading defending champions taking on a team on a 7-game winning streak, the match
between Geelong and Hawthorn at the MCG promised to be a beauty. And the game lived up to the hype,
as after multiple lead changes throughout the afternoon the Cats took the game by just 2 points.
The fortunes fluctuated all day, and although the Hawks led at every break it was never by much. The
Hawks led by 7 points at quarter time, by 7 at half time and by 6 at the last change, and a close finish was
anticipated by the crowd of nearly 70,000.
On a cool day with a blustery wind blowing, it took less than five minutes in the final quarter for the Cats to
take the lead. As the clock ticked into time-on, the Cats led by 8 points. A running Mark Blake had a chance
to seal the game for the Cats, but his shot just hit the post. And so the Hawks were still alive, and kept
coming to the end.
The Hawks ran the ball downfield, and Brad Sewell was on hand to mark and goal for the Hawks to cut the
margin to 3 points at the 24 minute mark. Still the Hawks kept coming, Clinton Young having two chances
to give the Hawks the lead, but one shot went through for a point while the other was marked on the goal-
line by Harry Taylor. With time running out, Lance Franklin marked 60 metres out; but sensing time was
running out, Franklin ignored any chances for a short pass and elected to kick long. His shot went out on
the full, and the Cats were able to hang on to take the win.
Matthew Stokes was a handy target for the Cats, and finished with 4 goals. Gary Ablett and Joel Selwood
both accumulated over 30 possessions, while Jimmy Bartel was winning plenty of contested ball. The
result keeps the Cats top of the ladder, but ends the Hawthorn winning streak that had taken them from
the lower reaches of the ladder into the top 8 and a chance to return to finals action after missing out last
Geelong                                     3.3        5.6        8.8        12.13 (85)
Hawthorn                                  4.4        6.7       8.14        11.17 (83)
Goals : Geelong – M Stokes 4, J Podsiadly 2, P Chapman 2, G Ablett, J Bartel, S Byrnes, T
Hawthorn – L Franklin 3, J Lewis 2, J Roughead 2, X Ellis, L Hodge, B Sewell, C
Best : Geelong – J Bartel, P Chapman, G Ablett, J Selwood, M Stokes, A Mackie. Hawthorn
L Franklin, C Rioli, B Sewell, L Hodge, S Burgoyne, B Renouf.
Injuries : Geelong – J Corey (knee), replaced in selected side by S Hogan. Hawthorn – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Chamberlain, Pannell, McInerney.
Crowd - 69,220 at MCG.
Adelaide’s mid-season revival continued when the Crows travelled to Subiaco to take on bottom side
West Coast and returned home victorious with a 22-point margin over the Eagles. Less than 27,000
people, the smallest crowd for a West Coast home game for many years, was on hand to watch a game
that was one of fluctuating fortunes for three quarters before the Crows took the ascendancy in the final
The Crows started brightly with the first three goals of the game, and led by 13 points at quarter time, but
the Eagles were putting up a determined effort. In 2006 Norm Smith Medallist Andrew Embley’s 200th
game, the Eagles worked hard in the second term to kick 5 goals to 2 to take the lead by 2 points at half
The premiership quarter was goal for goal. Seven goals were kicked, each of them resulting in the lead
changing and at the last change the Crows were three points ahead.
With the game in the balance as the final term started, Crows’ forward Kurt Tippett stepped up. Three
goals in the first 7 minutes of the quarter gave the Crows a handy buffer. The Eagles again came
storming home, with four of the next five goals, and the margin was back to two points as the clock ticked
into time-on. But again the momentum swung, this time to the Crows, as they kicked the last three goals
of the game to take the victory by 22 points and keep their slim finals hopes alive.
Adelaide                             4.3        6.9        10.12        17.15 (117)
West Coast                         2.2        7.5         10.9          14.11 (95)

Goals : Adelaide – K Tippett 4, R Henderson 3, M Jaensch 3, K Porplyzia 2, B Symes, B
Vince, P Dangerfield, T Walker, R Sloane.
West Coast – M LeCras 4, A Embley 3, L
Stevenson 2, A Selwood, D Cox, Sheppard, A Hams, A Smith.

Best : Adelaide – R Henderson, S Goodwin, R Douglas, K Tippett, B Vince, S Goodwin,
West Coast – A Embley, M Rosa, A Selwood, D Cox, B Ebert, S Selwood.
Injuries : Adelaide – Nil. West Coast – B Waters (hamstring).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - McLaren, Grun, Keating.
Crowd - 26,976 at Subiaco Oval.

Richmond extended their winning streak to 4 games when the Tigers stunned the high-flying Fremantle
by 19 points, sending their supporters into a frenzy of delight on Saturday night at Docklands.
The first quarter saw both sides attacking strongly, with the lead changing several times and the Dockers
leading by 4 points at the first change. In the second quarter, the Dockers looked to be gaining the
ascendancy. Aaron Sandilands was dominant in the ruck, giving the Dockers first use of the football,
while Adam McPhee and Matthew Pavlich were also looking dangerous. To make matters worse for the
Tigers, a shoulder injury to Ben Griffiths and the loss of Ben Nason to suspected concussion after a
heavy head clash saw the Tigers reduced to two on their bench; and the Dockers had strong momentum
in the closing stages of the second term to lead by 11 points at the long break.
But the Tigers dug deep in the third term, defending grimly to lock the Dockers out of the contest. Jack
Riewoldt, barely sighted in the first half, began to present himself as a target up forward; while their
backline were magnificent in repelling the Fremantle charge. The Tigers would kick the only three goals
of the quarter, turning their deficit into a 7-point lead at the last change.
But the Dockers weren’t done yet, and with 3 of the first 5 goals of the quarter levelled the scores at the 15
minute mark. And for seven nervous minutes neither side was able to score, the crowd roaring
themselves hoarse as the ball travelled from end to end but neither side was willing to crack.
But an interchange bungle by the Dockers broke the deadlock, handing a free kick to Jack Riewoldt at
point blank range, which the Tiger forward took great delight in converting to restore the lead for the
Tigers. With the clock running down, the goal changed the momentum of the game, Dustin Martin and
Andrew Collins adding quick-fire goals for the Tigers to wrap up a memorable victory. The Tigers may
have blown their finals chances with their dismal first half of the season, but the spirit the club have
generated during their 4-game winning streak will serve them in good stead and help the club shake off
their easybeat tag.
Richmond                                    5.1        7.4        10.8        15.10 (100)
Fremantle                                    5.5        8.9        8.13         11.15 (81)
Goals : Richmond – J Riewoldt 5, A Collins 2, D Connors, S Edwards, B Griffiths, J
Webberley, M White, R Nahas, D Martin, D Astbury.
Fremantle - Pavlich 3, Bradley 3, Hill 2,
Morabito, Johnson, McPhee.
Best : Richmond – D Connors, C Newman, B Deledio, M White, S Edwards, S Tuck.
Fremantle – A McPhee, D Mundy, A Sandilands, K Bradley, M Pavlich, S Hill.
Injuries : Richmond – R Tambling (knee soreness) replaced in selected side by R Nahas, B
Griffiths (shoulder), B Nason (facial cut).
Fremantle – Nil.
Reports : Richmond – D Jackson for rough conduct against H Ballantyne in the first
Umpires - Vozzo, Kamolins, Meredith.
Crowd - 25,707 at Docklands.

St Kilda welcomed back Nick Riewoldt from injury when the Saints took on Brisbane at the Gabba on
Saturday night, and the Saints continued on their winning ways as they stretched their streak to 7 games
straight with a 14-point win over the Lions.
The struggling Lions had a real dip during the first half, and threatened to pull off an upset. Scores were
level at the first change, and the Lions made a break in the second term. Two goals to Brendan Fevola
and one to Simon Black, while keeping the Saints goal-less, saw the Lions take a 16-point lead into half
But the Saints stepped up a gear in the third term, and the Lions were unable to maintain their
momentum. The Saints kicked four goals to one for the quarter, taking the lead shortly before the siren.
And as the siren blew for three-quarter time, a wild mellee broke out.
The final quarter started with Nick Riewoldt marking and goaling, giving the Saints a buffer that they would
maintain for the remainder of the game. The Saints would score four goals to three for the quarter to win
by 14 points. Leigh Montagna was a ball magnet for the Saints with 33 possessions, while Lenny Hayes
with 26 was also influential in proceedings as the Saints took control when it mattered, extending their
winning streak to 7 games and maintaining a share of the ladder leadership. Simon Black accumulated
29 possessions for the Lions while Brendan Fevola contributed 4 goals, but it was another poor
performance by the Lions, their 10th loss in the last 11 games.
St Kilda                                    3.1        3.3        7.7        11.13 (79)
Brisbane                                  3.1        6.1        7.3         10.5 (65)
Goals : St Kilda – S Milne 2, A Schneider 2, N Dal Santo, J Gwilt, B McEvoy, A McQualter, L
Montagna, B Peake, N Riewoldt.
Brisbane – B Fevola 4, S Black, J Brennan, A Buchanan, A
Cornelius, J Polkinghorne, L Power.
Best : St Kilda – L Montagna, S Milne, N Dal Santo, F Ray, J Gwilt, C Jones. Brisbane – S
Black, T Rockliff, J Redden, D Rich, M Rischitelli, L Power.
Injuries : St Kilda – Nil. Brisbane – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Sully, Wenn, Findlay.
Crowd - 29,329 at the Gabba.

A spot in the top 8 was up for grabs when Sydney took on North Melbourne at the SCG in the early Sunday
game, and the Swans were keen to end their 2-game losing streak in front of their home fans at the SCG.
A moderate crowd of 23,856 in overcast conditions was an improvement on the crowd when the two
sides played in a final at Homebush in 2008, but was still well down on expectations.
The Swans got off to a flying start, Adam Goodes and Trent Dennis-Lane marking and goaling in the first
five minutes, and the Swans were never headed. The lead was 19 points at quarter time, and 23 points at
the long break. But the third term saw both sides struggle to control the ball in the drizzly conditions, a
quarter that never reached any great heights as skill errors and fumbles were more prominent than any
form of positive football from either side.
The Kangaroos kicked the only goal for the third term, and with the first goal in the final term the margin
was back to 12 points, and the Swans were still under threat. But from there the locals stepped up a gear,
controlling possession to lock the Kangaroos out of the contest and kicking four of the last five goals to
record a 30-point win.
Dual Brownlow Medallist Adam Goodes was magnificent, kicking 3 goals and accumulating 33
possessions in a best on ground performance. Nick Malceski and Tadhg Kennelly also racked up over
30 touches, many of them in the last quarter as they stepped up when the game was there to be won.
Veteran Brent Harvey was North Melbourne’s best, but the Kangaroos were badly impacted when Drew
Petrie departed with  foot injury in the second quarter and struggled in the absence of their top ruckman.
Click here to see Harboursport’s photo gallery from this match.
Sydney                                    5.4        8.6        8.9        12.13 (85)
North Melbourne                     2.3        4.7        5.9         7.13 (55)
Goals : Sydney – A Goodes 3, R Shaw 2, B McGlynn, K Jack, P Bevan, S Mumford, B Kirk, T
Dennis-Lane, N Malceski.
North Melbourne – M Campbell 2, T Goldstein 2, L Thomas, R
Bastinac, L Adams.
Best : Sydney – A Goodes, L Roberts-Thomson, T Kennelly, N Malceski, B Kirk, D
North Melbourne – B Harvey, R Bastinac, T Goldstein, B Rawlings, L Adams, H
Injuries : Sydney – Nil. North Melbourne – D Petrie (foot), L Adams (concussion).
Reports : Sydney – Nil. North Melbourne - D Pratt for abusive language to an umpire in
the second quarter.
Umpires - Stevic, Nicholls, Ryan.
Crowd - 23,856 at SCG.

Melbourne leap-frogged Essendon to climb out of the bottom 4 when the Demons took control in the first
half to defeat the Bombers by 19 points at the MCG on Sunday.
Ill-discipline cost the Bombers dearly, with the Demons scoring several goals from free kicks throughout
the afternoon, while the Bombers also let themselves down with some appalling inaccuracy in front of
goals. Despite having had as much of the ball as the Demons, and only two less scoring shots, the
Bombers trailed by 32 points at half time, as the Demons made the most of their opportunities to open up
a lead while the Bombers squandered their chances of getting back into the contest.
The Bombers won the second half, but by then the damage was done. The Demons were playing with
confidence, underlining their status as a young side on the rise; while the Bombers were undisciplined,
disorganised and showing a lack of spirit and spark.
Brad Green was a dominant force, kicking 5 goals and racking up 27 possessions in a best on ground
performance. Mark Jamar was also influential in the ruck. For Essendon, Jason Winderlich with 30
touches got plenty of the footy, but too many kicks by Winderlich and his team-mates resulted in silly
turnovers that prevented the Bombers from playing any form of coherent football.
In the end, the Demons won by 19 points, climbing three spots on the ladder and again delivering
genuine hope that after so many seasons of disappointment the club is finally turning the corner. But for
the Bombers, it was a dismal afternoon, their 5th loss on the trot, and the calls for coach Matthew Knights’
head will only get louder and stronger.
Melbourne                              6.2        10.6        14.7        19.8 (122)
Essendon                                3.4        4.10        8.16       14.19 (103)
Goals : Melbourne - B Green 5, C Bruce 2, C Sylvia 2, J Trengove 2, L Jurrah 2, M Jamar 2,
J Bennell, J Watts, L Dunn, M Bate.
Essendon - J Neagle 3, B Stanton 2, N Lovett-Murray 2,
A Davey, A Monfries, D Zaharakis, J Watson, K Reimers, L Jetta, R Dyson.
Best : Melbourne – B Green, L Dunn, C Sylvia, M Jamar, C Bruce, J Trengove. Essendon – J
Winderlich, N Lovett-Murray, J Watson, M Hurley, B Stanton, H Hocking.
Injuries : Melbourne – Nil. Essendon – S Gumbleton (ankle)
Reports – Nil. Umpires - H Kennedy, C Bowen, J Armstrong.
Crowd - 49,203 at MCG.

Both the Western Bulldogs and Carlton have had roller-coaster seasons, and although both are
comfortably in the top 8 it’s been a battle to build any form of consistency. The Sunday twilight game
between the two clubs saw the Bulldogs have one of their good weeks and the Blues a shocker as the
Bulldogs dominated from start to finish to record a convincing 68-point victory.
The Bulldogs started promisingly, and Barry Hall brought up his first two goals within the opening 5
minutes of the game. The Blues were getting plenty of the ball during the first term, but some wasteful
finishing up forward and some appalling turnovers did them no favours as the Bulldogs strolled to a 15
point win at quarter time.
The Blues were hanging in, attempting  to keep themselves in the contest. But every time they managed a
goal, the Bulldogs had a quick reply as the Bulldogs scored six goals to four for the quarter and led by 35
points at the long break. And the premiership quarter was a dominant performance by the Bulldogs, and
with a 56-point win at the last change the game was safely in their keeping.
Barry Hall was in sensational form with 6 goals, again underlining the key forward’s value to his third
club. Former Brownlow Medallist Adam Cooney, in his 150th game, was a ball magnet and picked up 33
possessions, while Matthew Boyd and Brian Lake also had plenty of possessions and plenty of influence
in the game. For the Blues, another former Brownlow Medallist in Chris Judd was influential with 30
touches of the footy; but not enough Carlton players stepped up on a day when the Bulldogs were fired up
and playing the sort of football that, if they were capable of replicating more often, would see them as a
genuine premiership contender.
Western Bulldogs                    4.2        10.4        16.4        20.6 (126)
Carlton                                    1.5          4.5          6.8         8.10 (58)
Goals : Bulldogs – B Hall 6, R Griffen 2, M Boyd 2, M Murphy 2, S Higgins 2, L Picken, B
Johnson, J Grant, D Giansiracusa, J Roughead, D Cross.
Carlton – C Judd 2, J Garlett 2, S
Jacobs, L Henderson, K Simpson, M Robinson.
Best : Bulldogs – M Boyd, B Lake, R Griffen, A Cooney, R Hargrave, D Cross. Carlton – B
Gibbs, C Judd, M Murphy, J Russell, A Walker, J Garlett.
Injuries : Bulldogs - B Stack (hamstring), B Johnson (ankle), B Hall (ankle). Carlton - L
Henderson (corked knee).  
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Rosebury, Stewart, Jeffery.
Crowd - 37,517 at Docklands.
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Sydney v Richmond (10/4/10)
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Round 8 2010 Scoreboard
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Round 10 2010 Scoreboard
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Round 18 2010 Scoreboard
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Round 21 2010 Scoreboard
A Tale of Two Matches
Round 20 2010 Scoreboard
GWS Giants Launch - Nov10
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
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Round 5 2011 Scoreboard
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Round 7 2011 Scoreboard
Round 8 2011 Scoreboard
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Round 10 2011 Scoreboard
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Round 17 2011 Scoreboard