Geelong ensured that Carlton would be forced into playing sudden-death finals when the Cats were 42 points too
good for the Blues at Docklands on Friday night.
A free-flowing and high-scoring opening quarter saw the Cats leading by a point at the first change. In the second
quarter, the Cats began to place the Blues under more pressure, and late in the quarter they pulled away to lead
by 22 points at half time.
Carlton were leaking goals all too easily to the Cats, and had to tighten the game up in the third term to prevent
the Cats running away with the contest. They had some success in the third term, holding the Cats to three goals,
but were only able to manage two goals themselves; and for all Carlton’s efforts, the Cats still won the quarter
and led by 25 points at the final break.
The Cats had all the answers, and dominated possession in the final quarter to suffocate any hopes of a Carlton
comeback. The Blues were held to just two scoring shots for the quarter, while the Cats added another 4.5 to
blow the final margin out to 42 points.
Despite the win, there will be a nervous wait for the Cats. Key forward James Podsiadly, a revelation this season,
collected Bryce Gibbs late and high during a clash in the second quarter. Although the umpires elected not to
report the incident at the time, it is likely the match review panel may want to have another look at the incident; and
a suspension would be bad news for the Cats on the eve of the finals.
James Podsiadly and Gary Ablett kicked four goals apiece for the Cats, while Paul Chapman and Joel Selwood
were ball magnets all night for the Cats. Marc Murphy and Mitch Robinson worked hard all evening for the Blues.
The Cats were already secure in a qualifying final berth, but the result was bad news for Carlton. Their hopes of a
top-four finish are now officially gone, and the Blues will need to defeat Fremantle at Subiaco next week to get a
home elimination final.
Geelong                                         5.3         11.7         14.8         18.13 (121)
                           5.2          8.3          10.7           12.7 (79)
Goals : Geelong – J Podsiadly 4, G Ablett 4, D Menzel 3, T Hawkins 2, J Bartel, S Byrnes, S
Johnson, M Stokes, T Varcoe.
Carlton – L Henderson 3, J Waite 3, M Robinson 3, C Judd, K
Simpson, R Warnock.
Best : Geelong – P Chapman, J Selwood, C Enright, T Hawkins, G Ablett, J Bartel. Carlton – M
Murphy, M Robinson, B Gibbs, K Simpson, S Jacobs, L Henderson.
Injuries : Geelong - A Mackie (virus) replaced in selected side by T Hunt. Carlton - A Joseph
replaced in selected side by A Walker, S Hampson replaced in selected side by S Jacobs.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Vozzo, McBurney, Nicholls.
Crowd - 45,172 at Docklands.

It wasn’t convincing, and a display nowhere near good enough to be competitive when the finals come around,
but the Saints picked up four points when they won ugly against Richmond, defeating the Tigers by 21 points at
Docklands on Saturday afternoon.
The Tigers, looking to fly the flag and produce some positive news for the club after what has been a dismal
season, started brightly and led by 17 points late in the first term.  Even with two late goals to the Saints in the final
couple of minutes of the quarter, the Tigers found themselves in front at the first change, and continued to stay in
contact with St Kilda throughout an even first half.
The Tigers were finding Jack Riewoldt a handy target on the forward line, the focal point of a positive display of
football from the Tigers. The first half was a shootout, ten goals apiece, as the Tigers made very post a winner
during a high-scoring first half. But the Saints were able to eke out enough opportunities to stay in contact with the
Tigers and then run them down to take the lead shortly before half time.
The Tigers continued to fight hard during the third term, but the Saints defence tightened up after half time. The
third quarter was a low-scoring affair, with only five goals in total being kicked; and at the last change the Saints
were 12 points to the good.
But when the Tigers had a chance to pull off a substantial upset, their goalkicking accuracy would let them
down in the final term. Having kicked so accurately for the first three quarters as the Tigers took the fight up
to the Saints, the Tigers’ forwards were missing shots that should have been converted during the final
term. A return of 2.7 for the quarter cost the Tigers a chance of pulling off the upset in the last term, as the
Saints steadied to record a 21-point victory.
Justin Kocshitzke was the Saints’ key focal point up forward, finishing with a five-goal bag. Around the
ground, Leigh Montagna recorded an impressive 42 possessions, while Nick Dal Santo touched the ball
36 times. For the Tigers, Jack Riewoldt finished with a seven-goal haul for his efforts, but it wasn’t enough
to prevent the Tigers from another loss, with only West Coast’s performance this season saving the Saints
from the wooden spoon.
St Kilda                                      5.2         10.6         13.9         17.13 (115)
                      6.1         10.1         12.3          14.10 (94)
Goals : St Kilda – J Koschitzke 5, N Riewoldt 3, N Dal Santo 2, B Goddard 2, D Armitage, J
Gram, S Milne, L Montagna A Pattison.
Richmond – J Riewoldt 7, J King 3, T Cotchin 2, K
Moore, T Taylor.
Best : St Kilda – N Dal Santo, B Goddard, L Mongagna, N Riewoldt, J Kochitzke, S Gilbert.
Richmond – J Riewoldt, D Connors, B Deledio, T Cotchin, S Edwards, T Taylor.
Injuries : St Kilda – Nil. Richmond – B Cousins (hamstring), W Thursfield (corked thigh).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Wenn, Jennings, McInerney.
Crowd - 33,790 at Docklands.

Fremantle returned to Aurora Stadium for the first time since the controversial siren incident of 2006. But
there was no close result this time, with the Dockers electing to rest many of their key players; a move that
backfired badly as the Dockers were thrashed by 116 points by a well-drilled Hawthorn side.
It didn’t take long for the Hawks, at close to full strength, to assert their superiority over the depleted
Dockers. The Dockers could manage only one goal in the first three quarters, creating few chances after
being pedestrian and second in the race for the ball all afternoon. The Hawks, in contrast, were efficient
and effective, with a myriad of scoring opportunities as they ran rings around the hapless Fremantle.
Five unanswered goals were a flying start for the Hawks, leading by 32 points at quarter time. The Dockers
did manage one goal in the second half, but it was no comparison to Hawthorn’s impressive seven-goal
haul for the quarter, as the margin blew out to 69 points at the long break. And with the Dockers again
unable to manage a major score in the third term, the margin was further stretched into three figures, out to
106 points at the last change.
The Dockers did manage four goals in the final quarter, but there was no doubting that this was a
humiliating defeat. The biggest margin in any game this season, with the Hawks scoring the highest ever
score at Aurora Stadium while the Dockers were held to the lowest. The Hawthorn forwards were at their
irrepressible best, with Lance Franklin scoring five goals and Jarryd Roughead four.
Hawthorn                                 5.4         12.8         18.11         24.11 (155)
Fremantle                                 0.2          1.5            1.7              5.9 (39)
Goals : Hawthorn – L Franklin 5, J Roughead 4, S Burgoyne 4, C Rioli 3, B Whitecross 2, J
Lewis 2, X Ellis, L Hodge, S Gilham, C Bateman.
Fremantle – M Johnson 2, R Murphy 2, D
Best : Hawthorn – S Burgoyne, S Mitchell, J Gibson, C Rioli, J Lewis, C Bateman. Fremantle
M Johnson, G Broughton, M Walters, P Duffield, N Suban, R Palmer.
Injuries : Hawthorn – G Birchall (hamstring), L Hodge (knee). Fremantle – T Ruffles (knee).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Kennedy, Ryan, Jeffrey.
Crowd - 15,574 at Aurora Stadium.

For the first time since 1977, Collingwood are minor premiers. The Magpies wrapped up top spot on the
ladder at the MCG on Saturday night, but were pushed all the way by a determined Adelaide before falling
over the line by just three points.
The Crows were out of finals contention, but came out determined to land a major scalp and for much of
the afternoon looked a good chance to complete the upset. The Crows had the better of the start, with three
of the four goals in the first term to lead by 12 points at the first change and still being eight points in front at
half time.
It was a low-scoring game, and both sides were finding goals hard to come by in wet and slippery
conditions, and the game had become a defensive slog. The Magpies were lifting around the ground, but
some poor finishing would let them down as the Crows hung on grimly to their lead and held a 10-point
advantage at the last change.
It wasn’t pretty, but it was effective as slowly but surely the Magpies ran the Crows down. Point after point,
with the Magpies kicking 2.8 for the final quarter, taking the lead for the first time in the game at the 19
minute mark and then adding two more points without reply during a nerve-racking time-on period. The
Magpies had pipped the Crows in time-on to eliminate the Crows from last year’s finals, and history would
repeat as Collingwood again managed to eke out a win despite never looking fully in control throughout the
Scott Pendlebury had been a ball magnet all night and finished with 30 possessions, while Steele
Sidebottom accumulated 28. For the Crows, Scott Thompson and Graham Johncock completed 29 apiece.
It had been a brave fight by Adelaide, taking the contest right up to the ladder leaders, but sadly for them
they would again fall just short.
Collingwood                                   1.3         3.5         4.10         6.18 (54)
                         3.3         4.7          6.8           7.9 (51)
Goals : Collingwood – D Thomas 2, L Brown 2, T Cloke, A Didak. Adelaide – T Walker 2, I
Maric, W Young, R Henderson, K Tippett, S Stevens.
Best : Collingwood – S Sidebottom, D Thomas, D Swan, D Pendlebury, B Macaffer, T Cloke.
Adelaide – G Johncock, S Thompson, S Stevens, B Rutten, N van Berlo, B Symes.
Injuries : Collingwood – Nil. Adelaide – Nil.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Farmer, Stevic, Findlay.
Crowd - 42,159 at MCG.

Election night in Sydney saw the people of the Harbour City vote to attend the footy, with the biggest SCG
crowd of the season witnessing a near-perfect night for the home team. In coach Paul Roos and captain
Brett Kirk’s last SCG game, the Swans took out a 44-point win over the Western Bulldogs, making a big
step towards qualifying for a home final.
A high-scoring and evenly contested first quarter saw the Bulldogs leading by three points at the first
change, but the Swans hit the front in the opening minute of the second term and were never again
headed. The second quarter saw the Swans set up a match-winning break, with six goals to one for the
quarter as they turned their deficit into a 27-point lead at the long break.
Try as they might, the Bulldogs were unable to make any impression on the Swans’ lead during the third
term. The Bulldogs did manage three goals for the quarter, but also conceded three as the Swans had the
answer to any challenge the Bulldogs could muster. And with the lead the Swans built during the second
quarter still intact at the last change, Bulldog heads dropped as the last quarter became a Sydney benefit
Brett Kirk, due to retire at the end of this season, made his last SCG appearance a memorable one with
two goals in the second term and plenty of possession around the ground. But it was the young guns who
were truly prominent. Trent Dennis-Lane, in his first season in the AFL, put in his best performance to date
to finish with four goals; while Kieran Jack was a ball magnet in a best-on-ground performance.
With just one round to go before the finals, the Swans have moved ahead of Carlton on the ladder; and as
long as they can defeat the struggling Brisbane in the final round, the Swans will earn a home final. But the
Bulldogs will have some work to do to rediscover their form, on a two-match losing streak on the eve of the
finals; but they will be thankful that Fremantle’s dismal showing in Hobart was enough to ensure the
Bulldogs will have the double-chance in the finals.
Sydney                                      4.4         10.6         13.10         17.12 (114)
Western Bulldogs                      5.1          6.3            9.7            10.10 (70)
Goals : Sydney – T Dennis-Lane 4, K Jack 2, J Bolton 2, P Bevan 2, J McVeigh 2, L Jetta 2, B
Kirk 2, J White.
Bulldogs – B Hudson 2, N Eagleton 2, B Hall 2, J Grant 2, L Gilbee, L Jones.
Best : Sydney – K Jack, J Bolton, A Goodes, D Hannebery, T Dennis-Lane, J McVeigh.
Bulldogs – M Boyd, B Hudson, L Picken, J Grant, N Eagleton, J Harbrow.
Injuries : Sydney – S Mumford (knee). Bulldogs – A Cooney (hamstring), B Johnson
(achilles), D Morris (shoulder).
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Donlon, Rosebury, Meredith.
Crowd - 36,554 at SCG.

Only a small crowd was on hand at AAMI Stadium on Sunday afternoon for a clash between non-finallists
Port Adelaide and Melbourne. But it was the home side who would salvage some pride in the penultimate
round of the season when the Power completed a 29-point win over the Demons.
The Demons had as much of the ball as the Power during the first term, and creating scoring
opportunities; but some poor finishing prevented the Demons from achieving reward for effort. The Power
led by two points at quarter time, and made every post a winner during the second term. Although the
Power only managed five scoring shots for the quarter, only 10 for the first half compared to the Demons’
15, five straight goals for Port in the second term saw the Port lead out to 10 points at the long break.
Melbourne needed to find a spark, and had a literal lift when Liam Jurrah flew high to pull down a
contender for mark of the season. But the premiership quarter saw the Power take control of the game,
with a seven goals to three quarter putting the game out of Melbourne’s reach. At three quarter time the
Power were 37 points to the good, and although the Demons won the last quarter, there was never any
suggestion they could find their way back into the contest.
The Power’s win was soured by a serious knee injury to Brett Ebert, which has almost certainly ended his
season and will affect his pre-season for 2011. But the win, their second on the trot, will give them some
sense of morale boost after what has been a disappointing year. Jay Schulz was a powerful influence up
forward to finish with five goals, while Kane Cornes and Danyle Pearce were also pivotal to the Power’s
performance. Liam Jurrah’s four goals, and his spectacular mark, were among the few highlights for the
disappointing Demons; who have shown some improvement to get off the bottom this season, but
matches like this one show they still have some work to do before 2011 if they are to re-emerge as finals
Port Adelaide                                3.2         8.2         15.6         17.10 (112)
                       2.6        5.10         8.11          11.17 (83)
Goals : Port Adelaide – J Schulz 5, T Boak 3, R Gray 3, D Pearce, M Thomas, M Broadbent, C
Hitchcock, D Stewart, P Stewart.
Melbourne – L Jurrah 4, A Wonaeamirri 2, J Watts, L Dunn,
J McDonald, B Green, T Scully.
Best : Port Adelaide – K Cornes, D Pearce, D Cassisi, T Boak, D Brogan, R Gray. Melbourne
C Bruce, J McDonald, C Morton, J McKenzie, T Scully, M Newton.
Injuries : Port Adelaide – B Ebert (knee). Melbourne - C Sylvia (virus) replaced in selected
side by R Bail.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - McLaren, Hay, Mollison.
Crowd - 21,086 at AAMI Stadium.

Essendon and Brisbane faced off at Docklands on Sunday afternoon. It has been a disappointing year for
both clubs, as they crashed from finalists last year to the lower reaches of the ladder in 2010. But the Lions
managed to salvage something from a dismal season with a 27-point win over the Bombers.
Brisbane captain Jonathan Brown was determined to put in a special performance in his 200th game, and
was influential throughout the first half. The Lions did the bulk of the front-running in the first half, and led by
20 points at quarter time. But it was even more one-sided in the second term, with the Lions running
through five unanswered goals to lead by 49 points at the long break.
The Lions suffered a blow early in the third term, with Troy Selwood collapsing after a heavy knock and was
rushed off to hospital, playing no further part in the game.
On the field, the third term was lower scoring, just two goals apiece, with the Lions 51 points clear at the
last change. The game was safely won, and the Lions were happy to put their cue in the rack and revel in
the spoils of a rare victory. The Bombers kicked six goals to two in the last term, but it barely mattered as
the Lions were securely on their way to victory.
Jonathan Brown in his milestone match kicked four goals in a best on ground performance, while Michael
Rischitelli and Daniel Rich were also prominent. For the Bombers, David Hille and Cale Hooker worked
hard all afternoon. After a season that started promisingly but faded away badly, the Lions at least found
something positive to celebrate in the second last round of the season.
Brisbane                                    5.3         10.5         12.9         14.11 (95)
Essendon                                   2.1          2.4           4.6           10.8 (68)
Goals : Brisbane – J Brown 4, T Banfield 3, M Rischitelli 2, M Clark, J Brennan, J Adcock, J
Polkinghorne, J Redden.
Essendon – K Reimers 2, M Marigliani, J Carlisle, A Monfries, B
Howlett, B Stanton, J Neagle, D Myers.
Best : Brisbane – J Brown, M Rischitelli, D Rich, J Redden, M Leuenberger, L Power.
Essendon – D Hille, C Hooker, L Jetta, C Dempsey, B Stanton, J Carlisle.
Injuries : Brisbane – T Selwood (cracked sternum). Essendon - P Ryder (virus) replaced in
selected side by M Quinn.
Reports – Nil Umpires - Stewart, Grun, Chamberlain.
Crowd - 28,785 at Docklands.

Sunday evening at Subiaco saw North Melbourne celebrate midfielder Brent Harvey’s 300th game in style,
as Harvey played a prominent role in the Kangaroos’ 16-point win over West Coast.
West Coast’s last home game of the season saw the Eagles start strongly, with four goals in the first
quarter as they led by 18 points at the first change. But the Kangaroos lifted in the second term; and
although let down by some poor finishing, the visitors began to get the better of the possession stats and
create a weight of scoring opportunities that would place the Eagles under pressure, as they closed the
gap to just two points at the long break.
The third quarter was evenly contested, desperate football as both sides gave their all in the quest for a
morale-boosting win. Neither side can make the finals this year, but both were desperate in their search for
four points to give something positive to hang on to as their seasons draw towards their conclusion. Seven
goals were scored during the quarter, all of them seeing the lead change hands, and at the last change the
Kangaroos were leading by three points.
Callum Wilson’s fourth goal at the start of the final quarter saw the Eagles regain the lead, but as the final
quarter progressed, the Kangaroos became a more dominant team. Sam Wright kicked three goals for the
quarter, including the last two; as the Kangaroos finally prevailed after a second-half arm wrestle, pulling
away with the last three goals of the game to turn the deficit into a 16-point win.
Brent Harvey picked up plenty of possession in his milestone game, receiving a guard of honour from
players from both sides as he was chaired from the field after the game. And after a season that has seen
the Kangaroos perform inconsistently, their final interstate trip for the year was a triumphant one. But the
Eagles once again, despite valiant efforts from midfielder Andrew Embley and ruckman Dean Cox, once
again slumped under pressure to lose their fifth game in a row; a result that condemns West Coast to the
first wooden spoon in the club’s proud 24-season history.
North Melbourne                      1.4         6.10         10.13         16.14 (110)
West Coast                
               4.4          7.6          10.10          14.10 (94)
Goals : North Melbourne – S Wright 4, A Edwards 3, A Swallow 3, B Warren 3, D Wells, H
McIntosh, S Thompson.
West Coast – C Wilson 4, M LeCras 2, C Masten, S Hurn, B Waters,
S Selwood, J Hams, N Naitanui, A Embley, A Smith.
Best : North Melbourne – A Swallow, B Rawlings, S Thompson, S Wright, D Wells, B Harvey.
West Coast – A Embley, D Cox, S Selwood, S Hurn, B Waters, A Smith.
Injuries : North Melbourne – L Adams (concussion, nose). West Coast – Nil.
Reports : West Coast - B Waters for charging L Adams in the first quarter
Umpires - Margetts, Dalgleish, Schmitt.
Crowd - 32,007 at Subiaco Oval.
St Kilda
Western Bulldogs
North Melbourne
Port Adelaide
West Coast
Geelong v Carlton – P Chapman (Geel) 7, J Selwood (Geel) 5, M Murphy (Carl) 4, C Enright (Geel) 4, M Robinson (Carl) 2, T Hawkins
(Geel) 2, B Gibbs (Carl) 1.
St Kilda v Richmond – N Dal Santo (St K) 9, B Goddard (St K) 8, J Riewoldt (Rich) 7, L Montagna (St K) 5, D Connors (Rich) 3, B Deledio
(Rich) 1, N Riewoldt (St K) 1.
Hawthorn v Fremantle – S Burgoyne (Haw) 10, S Mitchell (Haw) 7, J Gibson (Haw) 6, C Rioli (Haw) 5, J Lewis (Haw) 3, M Johnson (Freo)
2, C Bateman (Haw) 1, L Hodge (Haw) 1.
Collingwood v Adelaide – S Sidebottom (Coll) 5, G Johncock (Adel) 5, D Thomas (Coll) 3, S Thompson (Adel) 3, D Swan (Coll) 2, S
Stevens (Adel) 2, S Pendlebury (Coll) 1, B Rutten (Adel) 1.
Sydney v Western Bulldogs – K Jack (Syd) 6, J Bolton (Syd) 5, M Boyd (WBul) 4, A Goodes (Syd) 3, B Hudson (WBul) 2, D Hannebery (Syd)
2, L Picken (WBul) 1.
Port Adelaide v Melbourne – K Cornes (Port) 6, C Bruce (Melb) 6, J McDonald (Melb) 4, D Pearce (Port) 4, D Cassisi (Port) 2, C Morton
(Melb) 1, T Boak (Port) 1.
Essendon v Brisbane – J Brown (Bris) 9, M Rischitelli (Bris) 6, D Hille (Ess) 4, C Hooker (Ess) 3, D Rich (Bris) 3, J Redden (Bris) 2, L Jetta
(Ess) 1.
West Coast v North Melbourne – A Swallow (NthM) 7, A Embley (WCE) 7, D Cox (WCE) 5, B Rawlings (NthM) 3, S Thompson (NthM) 2, S
Selwood (WCE) 2, S Wright (NthM) 1.
75 - Jack Riewoldt (Rich)
69 - Barry Hall (WBul)
62 - Mark LeCras (WCE)
56 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
54 - Steven Johnson (Geel)
53 - Jonathan Brown (Bris)
52 - Matthew Pavlich (Freo)
50 - Brad Green (Melb)
48 - Jarryd Roughead (Haw)
48 - Brendan Fevola (Bris)
48 - Stephen Milne (St K)
45 - James Podsiadly (Geel)
44 - Kurt Tippett (Adel)
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (114/168 to Date)

Friday 27th August
Fremantle v Carlton (8:40pm, Subiaco Oval)
Saturday 28th August
Geelong v West Coast (1:10pm, Skilled Stadium)
Hawthorn v
Collingwood (2:10pm, MCG)
Adelaide v
St Kilda (3:10pm, AAMI Stadium)
Western Bulldogs v Essendon (7:10pm, Docklands)
Brisbane v
Sydney (7:10pm, Gabba)
Sunday 29th August
Richmond v Port Adelaide (2:10pm, Docklands)
Melbourne v
North Melbourne (4:40pm, MCG)
THE YEAR - Standings
Dane Swan (Coll) - 125
Gary Ablett (Geel) - 84
Matthew Boyd (WBul) - 76
Leigh Montagna (St K) - 76
Paul Chapman (Geel) - 71
Brendan Goddard (St K) - 71
Luke Hodge (Haw) - 68
Scott Pendlebury (Coll) - 63
Brent Harvey (NthM) - 58
Nick Dal Santo (St K) - 57
Michael Barlow (Freo) - 57
Jimmy Bartel (Geel) - 56
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)
NAB - GWS/WBul/Coll (18/2/12)
GWS Giants v Sydney (24/3/12)

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Round 5 2009 Scoreboard
Round 6 2009 Scoreboard
Round 7 2009 Scoreboard
Round 8 2009 Scoreboard
Round 9 2009 Scoreboard
Round 10 2009 Scoreboard
Round 11 2009 Scoreboard
Round 12 2009 Scoreboard
Round 13 2009 Scoreboard
Round 14 2009 Scoreboard
Round 15 2009 Scoreboard
Round 16 2009 Scoreboard
Round 17 2009 Scoreboard
Round 18 2009 Scoreboard
Round 19 2009 Scoreboard
Round 20 2009 Scoreboard
Round 21 2009 Scoreboard
Round 22 2009 Scoreboard
2009 Finals Week 1
2009 Finals Week 2
2009 Preliminary Finals
2010 Pre-Season Week 1
2010 Pre-Season Week 2
2010 Pre-Season Week 3
2010 Pre-Season Week 4
Round 1 2010 Scoreboard
Round 2 2010 Scoreboard
Round 3 2010 Scoreboard
Round 4 2010 Scoreboard
Round 5 2010 Scoreboard
Round 6 2010 Scoreboard
Round 7 2010 Scoreboard
Round 8 2010 Scoreboard
Round 9 2010 Scoreboard
Round 10 2010 Scoreboard
Round 11 2010 Scoreboard
Round 12 2010 Scoreboard
Round 13 2010 Scoreboard
Round 14 2010 Scoreboard
Round 15 2010 Scoreboard
Round 16 2010 Scoreboard
Round 17 2010 Scoreboard
Round 18 2010 Scoreboard
Round 19 2010 Scoreboard
A Tale of Two Matches
Round 20 2010 Scoreboard
Round 21 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
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
Round 15 2011 Scoreboard
Round 16 2011 Scoreboard
Round 17 2011 Scoreboard
Round 18 2011 Scoreboard
2012 Pre-Season Week 1
2012 Pre-Season Week 2
2012 Pre-Season Week 3
2012 Pre-Season Week 4
Opener 2012 - GWS v Syd