St Kilda, with their seventh win of their last nine games, entered the top eight for the first time in 2011 after
completing a 103-point win over a dismal Adelaide at Docklands on Friday night.
Stephen Milne set the tone of the night, kicking two goals in the first five minutes as the Saints jumped the Crows
from the start. A third goal to the little number 44 late in the quarter propelled the Saints to a 23-point quarter time
lead. And the pattern of five goals to one was continued in the second term, as the Saints shut the hapless and
seemingly disinterested Crows out of the contest.
By half time the Saints were 45 points ahead, and there seemed no way back for the Crows. And so it would prove
during a third term that saw the Adelaide side held to just a point, as the miserly St Kilda defence cleared the ball
time and again, while the forward line received chance after chance. The score could have blown out even further,
with the Saints being a bit too fancy as they squandered chances to finish with 4.9 for the quarter. But a 77-point
advantage for the Saints was a fair reward for their efforts.
By now, the main interest was whether the Saints could get the margin up to three figures. And with Milne looking
unstoppable in the forward line, this was achieved as he kicked his eighth goal for the night.
The final margin was 103 points, with the Saints completely dominant in all facets of the game. Stephen Milne
finished with eight goals, while Adam Schneider also chipped in up forward to finish with five. Nick Dal Santo with
31 possessions and Brendan Goddard with 30 were also influential in what was a comprehensive performance
by the Saints.
But for Adelaide, their season lies in ruins, with just four wins to date this season; and this loss by far the worst of
many. Adelaide’s humiliation was complete, as the Crows recorded the worst score in the club’s history.
St Kilda                                            5.1        10.2        14.11        19.13 (127)
                1.2         2.5           2.6             3.6 (24)
Goals : St Kilda – S Milne 8, A Schneider 5, N Riewoldt 3, N Dal Santo, J Koschitzke, L Montagna.
Adelaide – P Dangerfield, S Thompson, R Henderson.
Best : St Kilda -  N Dal Santo, N Riewoldt, S Milne, L Montagna, B Goddard, C Jones. Adelaide – J
Petrenko, S Thompson, S Jacobs, M Doughty, D Mackay, R Tambling.
Injuries : St Kilda – Nil. Adelaide – B Symes (cheekbone), S Thompson (leg).
Substitutions : St Kilda - S Fisher replaced by J Geary in the third quarter. Adelaide - B Symes
(cheekbone) replaced by B Smith in the third quarter.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Vozzo, Farmer, McInerney.
Crowd - 26,546 at Etihad Stadium.

North Melbourne were given little chance of making the finals after a slow start to the season. But the unfancied
Kangaroos have hung in there, keeping the wins ticking over to keep themselves in the hunt. And Saturday
afternoon at Docklands saw the Kangaroos keep their chances alive with a 45-point win over Brisbane.
The Lions started quickly, with two goals in the first five minutes, but the Kangaroos wasted little time in getting
those goals back. By then the Kangaroos were having the better of general play, but some wasteful finishing
through the rest of the quarter would let them down. A return of 4.7 for the quarter meant that despite having the
better of play around the ground, North held only a seven point lead at quarter time.
The Kangaroos continued their inaccurate form at the start of the second term with two misses from 30 metres
out, keeping the Lions in the contest. In contrast, by midway through the quarter the Lions were on 6.0, but then
their radar began to desert them. But the Lions took the lead late in the quarter, before Aaron Edwards marked 45
metres out to goal after the siren and put the Kangaroos back in front.
Goals to Patrick Kamezis and James Hawksley early in the third quarter put the Lions back in front, but
their lead was to be short-lived as a double to Cameron Pedersen within a minute restored the North
Melbourne lead. But the third term then became a defensive slog; and after four goals within the first ten
minutes, there were only two more for the remainder of the quarter. Getting both of them, the Kangaroos
extended their lead to 21 points at the last change.
The Lions had worked hard to stay in contact, but were unable to go on with the job in the last quarter. At
last the Kangaroos got on top and asserted themselves, with a return of five goals to one to turn the final
margin into a 45-point win. Drew Petrie was easily best on ground, dominating the ruck as well as
chipping in with three goals, while Ryan Bastinac and Andrew Swallow were also pivotal. Former
Brownlow medallist Simon Black was prominent for the Lions.
North Melbourne                     4.7        8.10        12.15        17.20 (122)
             4.0         8.5          10.6          11.11 (77)
Goals : North Melbourne – C Pedersen 3, D Petrie 3, K Harper 2, A Edwards 2, D Wells 2, R
Bastinac 2, T Goldstein 2, B Warren.
Brisbane – A Cornelius 2, P Karnezis 2, M Clark, J
Polkinghorne, S Black, L Power, T Rockliff, J Hawksley, T Banfield.
Best : North Melbourne – D Petrie, R Bastinac, A Swallow, J Ziebell, L Adams, D Wells.
Brisbane – S Black, J Redden, T Rockliff, J Adcock, T Banfield, M Leuenberger.
Injuries : North Melbourne – Nil. Brisbane – J Brown replaced in selected side by A
Substitutions : North Melbourne - B Warren replaced by C Richardson in the third quarter.
Brisbane - J Hawksley replaced by A Buchanan in the third quarter.
Reports : North Melbourne - M Firrito for striking S Black in the second quarter.
Umpires - Dalgleish, Chamberlain, Pannell.
Crowd - 20,809 at Etihad Stadium.

Barry Hall, captain of the Swans’ premiership side in 2005, returned to the SCG, this time in the Western
Bulldogs colours. But it was Hall’s former club who would take the honours, as the Swans snapped their
losing streak with a 39-point victory on Saturday afternoon.
A week of heavy rain in Sydney made the ground heavy, and with the weather not clearing until shortly
before the start of play, a crowd of only 19,449 was present; the smallest crowd for a match at the SCG
since 2002.
The Bulldogs got off to a good start, with Barry Hall kicking the opening goal; but the Swans fought back to
take the lead at quarter time. And with the first four goals of the second term, the Swans threatened to run
away with the contest before a late fightback by the Bulldogs cut the margin to seven points at the long
As it so often is, the third quarter was decisive, and would determine the ultimate fate of the game. With
four goals to one for the quarter, the Swans extended their lead to 27 points at the last change; a lead that
could have been even greater but for some missed shots from close range that should have been
converted. Barry Hall’s fifth goal early in the final quarter threw the Bulldogs a lifeline, but they were unable
to build any momentum and the Swans would run away in the closing stages of the game to take out a
comfortable win.
Craig Bird, with four goals in the second half, was decisive as the Swans made their move. Adam Goodes,
Kieran Jack and Shane Mumford were prominent for the Swans. Barry Hall’s last game at the SCG saw a
five goal return, but it wasn’t enough to keep the Bulldogs in the contest. The result keeps the Swans in the
top eight, but was a major blow to the Bulldogs’ hopes of qualifying for the playoff action.
Click here to see Harboursport’s photo gallery from this match.
Sydney                                      2.4        7.10        11.14        16.18 (114)
Western Bulldogs                      2.1         7.3           8.5            11.9 (75)
Goals : Sydney – C Bird 4, B McGlynn 2, J McVeigh 2, S Reid 2, A Goodes 2, L Roberts-
Thomson 2, J Bolton, N Malceski.
Bulldogs – B Hall 5, A Hooper 2, J Grant, T Liberatore, L
Jones, D Giansiracusa.
Best : Sydney – A Goodes, K Jack, S Mumford, J Bolton, D Hannebery, R Shaw. Bulldogs –
M Boyd, C Ward, R Griffen, S Higgins, B Hudson, B Hall.
Injuries : Sydney – Nil. Bulldogs - J Schofield (illness) replaced in selected side by T
Liberatore, D Cross (broken nose).
Substitutions : Sydney - L Parker replaced by N Malceski in the third quarter. Bulldogs - D
Cross (concussion) replaced by T Liberatore in the second quarter.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Donlon, Stevic, Mollison.
Crowd - 19,449 at SCG.

Ladder leaders Collingwood were the hottest of favourites to defeat Gold Coast when the two sides played
off at Metricon Stadium on Saturday night, with many experts predicting a thrashing of over 100 points. It
turned out to be closer than that, but Collingwood always had the game under control as they took out a
comfortable 54-point win.
A healthy crowd of over 23,000 was on hand, plenty of them in Collingwood’s black and white. But the
home side started strongly, with Trent McKenzie landing a 60 metre torp in the first minute for the opening
goal and scoring another shortly afterwards. But hopes of an upset were soon blown away as the Magpies
kicked the next six goals to lead by 21 points at the first change.
The Magpies took control in the second term, kicking six goals before the Suns could manage a point.
Three of those six goals came from six kicks, as the Suns became flustered by the Collingwood
dominance. The Magpies were spreading the goals around, with their first ten goals all being scored by
different players before Travis Cloke finally broke through to become their first multiple goalscorer.
By half time, the margin was out to 54 points. But the Magpies were unable to add to that margin in the
second half, as the Suns came out a vastly improved side after half time and put the Magpies under some
genuine pressure. It was too late to work their way back into the contest, but at least the young Suns side
salvaged some respect out of the game with their determined second half, defying expectations to win the
last quarter.
The Magpie midfield were controlling the ball at will, with Ben Johnson, Luke Ball and Scott Pendlebury all
getting over 30 possessions. Sharing the goal-scoring love, eleven Collingwood players got themelves on
the goal-kicking list. For the Magpies, young Danny Stanley stood up with his best game yet in his debut
AFL season, while superstar Gary Ablett was also influential around the ground.
Collingwood                            6.4        13.8        16.12        19.15 (129)
Gold Coast                               3.1         5.2           8.4            11.9 (75)
Goals : Collingwood – L Keeffe 3, T Cloke 2, B Johnson 2, S Pendlebury 2, L Ball 2, A
Krakouer 2, S Sidebottom 2, J Blair, D Swan, T Goldsack, S Buckley.
Gold Coast – T
McKenzie 2, H Bennell 2, D Stanley, J Harbrow, N Krakouer, S Iles, T Lynch, M Weller, M
Best : Collingwood – B Johnson, S Pendlebury, L Ball, T Cloke, D Swan, L Davis. Gold Coast
D Stanley, G Ablett, D Swallow, C Brown, J Fraser, S Iles.
Injuries : Collingwood – D Thomas (leg). Gold Coast – Nil.
Substitutions : Collingwood - D Thomas replaced by J McCarthy in the third quarter. Gold
Coast -
J Wilkinson replaced by N Krakouer at the start of the third quarter.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Ritchie, Bowen, Jeffery.
Crowd - 23,302 at Metricon Stadium.

In front of a blockbuster Saturday night crowd at the MCG, Carlton snapped their two-game losing streak
and held on to their position in the top four when the Blues recorded an easy 74-point win over Essendon.
The Bombers and the Blues have played some thrilling encounters in recent seasons, including a draw
when the two sides met early in the season; and the first half looked set to produce another classic
contest. Frequent lead changes during the first term saw the Blues leading by seven points at quarter
time, helped along the way by three goals for the opening term to small forward Eddie Betts.
The Blues threatened to run away early in the second term, with two goals in the first three minutes. Chris
Judd was becoming influential around the ground, while Eddie Betts snapped his fourth. But the Bombers
fought back to take the lead, in a quarter that saw the depleted and desperate Bombers throw everything
they had into the contest to match it with their Carlton rivals. The Blues regained the lead shortly before half
time, but the game was in the balance with a seven-point margin at the long break.
But the third quarter was barely recognisable from the first half. Essendon tall Tayte Pears was subbed out
of the game with a knee injury, and in his absence the Bombers crumbled. The Blues took control of
proceedings with eight unanswered goals for the quarter, holding the Bombers to just a solitary point and
blowing their lead out to 58 points at the last change.
The game was all but decided, and although the Bombers managed to break the goal drought and score
four goals in the last quarter, it paled compared to the rampant Blues’ seven goal haul that extended the
final margin to 74 points.
Eddie Betts had been unstoppable all day on the forward line, finishing with eight goals. Chris Judd was at
his Brownlow best with 33 possessions, while Marc Murphy and Bryce Gibbs also played solid games for
the Blues. With the win, the Blues maintain their grip on a top four position. But the Bombers’ loss sees
them hanging on by a thread to top eight, their participation in this year’s finals still far from secure.
Carlton                                         5.3        9.4        17.8        24.9 (153)
                    4.2        8.3          8.4         12.7 (79)
Goals : Carlton – E Betts 8, A Walker 4, D Armfield 3, B Gibbs 2, M Kreuzer 2, M Murphy 2, J
Garlett, C Judd, C Yarran.
Essendon – M Hurley 3, P Ryder 2, S Crameri, T Colyer, L Jetta, B
Prismall, K Reimers, B Stanton, D Zaharakis.
Best : Carlton – C Judd, E Betts, M Murphy, B Gibbs, H Scotland, M Robinson. Essendon – D
Zaharakis, B Howlett, B Prismall, M Hurley, J Melksham, B Stanton.
Injuries : Carlton – Nil. Essendon – T Pears (knee).
Substitutions : Carlton - W Twomey replaced by D Ellard in the fourth quarter. Essendon -
T Pears (knee) replaced by K Reimers in the third quarter.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Rosebury, Nicholls, Findlay.
Crowd - 74,123 at MCG.

Geelong continued on their merry way at Docklands on Sunday afternoon when the Cats led all day,
condemning Richmond to their fifth loss on the trot as the Cats recorded an easy 62-point victory.
The game had barely started when the Tigers suffered a major blow, with Chris Newman being
stretchered off with a knee injury, forcing the Tigers to use their sub with the game only a few minutes old.
Jake Batchelor also departed injured in the first quarter, and already the Tigers were running low on
interchange options.
Travis Varcoe looked dangerous early for the Cats, with the first two goals of the game, helping the Cats to
an 18-point quarter time lead. The second quarter was one-way traffic, with the Cats clearing the ball
through the midfield with regularity as they scored seven unanswered goals for the quarter to blow the
margin out to 61 points at the long break.
There was no way back for the Tigers. Although they were able to stop the Cat from going further ahead,
and won the last quarter, the deficit was too large for the Tigers to get anywhere near a point of being back
in the contest. Late in the game, Matthew Stokes was knocked out in a collision, bringing his game to a
premature end; but that was a rare lowlight for the Cats on a day when they put on a strong performance
against an under-manned and under-standard opponent.
Allan Christensen, James Kelly and Mitch Duncan were among the Cats’ best, as they retain a strong hold
on second place on the ladder. The Tigers were well beaten, slumping to their fifth loss on the trot, despite
a fighting effort by Trent Cotchin who battled manfully for 35 possessions.
Geelong                                    4.2        11.5        16.9        17.11 (113)
Richmond                                 1.2          1.4          5.5            7.9 (51)
Goals : Geelong – T Varcoe 3, T Hawkins 3, M Stokes 2, S Byrnes 2, T West 2, A
Christensen 2, J Bartel, J Corey, M Duncan.
Richmond – J Riewoldt 3, R Nahas 2, T Vickery,
N Foley.
Best : Geelong – A Christensen, J Kelly, M Duncan, J Selwood, J Corey, J Bartel. Richmond
T Cotchin, S Tuck, N Foley, B Deledio, R Nahas, D Jackson.
Injuries : Geelong – S Johnson (corked thigh) replaced in the selected side by D Milburn, M
Stokes (concussion).
Richmond – C Newman (knee), J Batchelor (shoulder).
Substitutions : Geelong - S Byrnes replaced by J Cowan at half-time. Richmond - C
Newman (knee) replaced by S Edwards during the first quarter.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Stewart, Ryan, Wenn.
Crowd - 33,761 at Etihad Stadium.

Melbourne took on Hawthorn at the MCG, the Demons looking for a win to re-enter the top eight as the
business end of the season draws closer. But the Demons were never in the contest, as a red-hot
Hawthorn side took control from the start to record a comfortable 54-point win.
In the week leading up to the game, former Hawthorn premiership coach Allan Jeans passed away.
Before the game, a highlights reel of Jeans’ coaching reign was played on the scoreboard, with a minute’s
silence observed before the game.
When the game started, the Hawks got the jump; and in the first 12 minutes of the game, the Hawks got
five goals on the board. Sam Mitchell by then already had eight possessions, driving the Hawks forward
with regularity during their purple patch. Eventually the Demons stopped the rot and got their first goal on
the board as the clock ticked into time-on, but the Hawks held a 16-point lead at quarter time.
David Hale goaled early in the second term, but the Demons kicked the next three goals and suddenly got
themselves back within a kick. But they were never able to take the lead, and would not score again for the
quarter, while the Hawks regained their composure to score three more goals and take a 25 point lead
into the rooms at half time.
The game opened up in the quarter and became a shootout. Nine goals were scored, but the Hawks had
the better weapons to handle a shootout and kicked six of the nine goals. Brad Green kicked all three of
Melbourne’s for the quarter, but the Hawks were able to find more options, with Lance Franklin and Luke
Breust each scoring two. The quarter saw the Hawks lead extend to 44 points, and the game was safe.
Going on with the job in the final term, the Hawks kicked four goals to three, putting the final margin over
the half century.
Lance Franklin up forward was a potent force, finishing with five goals; while Brad Sewell was a ball
magnet, finishing with 33 touches, and Sam Mitchell accumulated 30. Brad Green scored four for the
Demons, but it their defeat ended their hopes of getting themselves back into the top eight this round.
Hawthorn                                 6.1        10.4        16.6        20.12 (132)
Melbourne                                3.3          6.3          9.4          12.6 (78)
Goals : Hawthorn – L Franklin 5, L Breust 3, C Rioli 3, L Hodge 2, M Osborne 2, S Mitchell, J
Lewis, X Ellis, D Hale, I Smith.
Melbourne – B Green 4, J Howe 3, L Dunn 2, C Sylvia, M Bate,
R Petterd.
Best : Hawthorn – L Franklin, S Mitchell, L Hodge, B Sewell, J Lewis, M Osborne. Melbourne
S Martin, B Green, J Howe, N Jones, J Rivers, J Watts.
Injuries : Hawthorn - S Savage (shoulder). Melbourne - L Jurrah (illness) replaced in
selected side by J Bennell.
Substitutions : Hawthorn - S Savage (shoulder) replaced by I Smith in the last quarter.
Melbourne - A Maric replaced by J Bennell in the third quarter.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Meredith, Kamolins, McBurney.
Crowd - 39,782 at MCG.

There’s never any love lost in a WA derby, and emotions boiled over several times in another spiteful clash
at Subiaco on Sunday afternoon; a clash that would go down to a kick after the siren.
A low-scoring opening term was highlighted by Stephen Hill, going for a run from the wing with three
bounces before slamming the ball through for the opening goal of the game. The Dockers found
themselves with the lead, and although the Eagles lifted their game later in the quarter and got the
scoreboard ticking over, some inaccurate finishing meant the Dockers were still three points ahead at
quarter time.
It was a closely contested second term, with plenty of solid bumps and hard tackling, but neither side was
able to create space around the ground to create attacking chances. In a low-scoring quarter, the Eagles
kicked two goals to one to lead by a point at the long break.
An absorbing third term saw three goals apiece, both sides working hard in the pursuit of goals and even
harder in defence to prevent their opposition getting on top. The Eagles created more opportunities, but
some inaccurate finishing would again let them down as they kicked 3.7 for the quarter, holding a seven
point lead at the last change.
Josh Kennedy scored his third goal in the opening minute of the last quarter, and when Luke Shuey kicked
truly at the 12 minute mark, the Eagles held a 22 point lead and looked safe. But the Dockers weren’t
finished yet. Chris Mayne, Stephen Hill and Nathan Fyfe goaled within quick succession to get the game
back within a kick. The Eagle defence was under the pump as the clock ticked down, and were hanging on
to a two-point lead as the 30 minute mark came and went. Mark Rosa knocked the ball out of bounds on
the 50 metre line, and was penalised for deliberate. Hayden Ballantyne went back to take the kick from the
50, as the final siren sounded. The fate of the game rested on the kick by Ballantyne, a kick that looked
good off the boot but hit the post. Heartbreak for the Dockers, and relief by the Eagles, West Coast taking
the game by just one point.
West Coast                                     1.6        3.7        6.14        8.17 (65)
                          2.3        3.6         6.7         9.10 (64)
Goals : West Coast – J Kennedy 3, M LeCras 2, L Shuey, M Priddis, J Darling. Fremantle –
S Hill 2, Z Clarke 2, M Barlow, H Ballantyne, A McPhee, C Mayne, N Fyfe.
Best : West Coast – D Cox, M LeCras, B Waters, L Shuey, J Kennedy, S Selwood.
Fremantle – M Barlow, G Broughton, Z Clarke, N Fyfe, L McPharlin, T Mzungu.
Injuries : West Coast – Nil. Fremantle - J Griffin (hip).
Substitutions : West Coast - J Darling replaced by P McGinnity in the third quarter.
Fremantle - J Griffin replaced by P Duffield in the third quarter.
Reports – Nil. Umpires - Margetts, Schmitt, Ryan.
Crowd - 41,055 at Patersons Stadium.
West Coast
St Kilda
North Melbourne
Western Bulldogs
Gold Coast
Port Adelaide
St Kilda v Adelaide – N Dal Santo (St K) 10, N Riewoldt (St K) 8, S Milne (St K) 6, L Montagna (St K) 4, B Goddard (St K) 3, S Jacobs (Adel) 2,
J Petrenko (Adel) 2, C Jones (St K) 1.
North Melbourne v Brisbane – D Petrie (NthM) 7, S Black (Bris) 6, R Bastinac (NthM) 4, J Redden (Bris) 3, A Swallow (NthM) 3, T Rockliff
(Bris) 2, J Ziebell (NthM) 2.
Sydney v Western Bulldogs – A Goodes (Syd) 10, K Jack (Syd) 6, M Boyd (WBul) 5, S Mumford (Syd) 5, C Ward (WBul) 2, J Bolton (Syd) 2, R
Griffen (WBul) 1, D Hannebery (Syd) 1.
Gold Coast v Collingwood – B Johnson (Coll) 8, S Pendlebury (Coll) 6, L Ball (Coll) 5, D Stanley (GCst) 4, T Cloke (Coll) 3, G Ablett (GCst) 2,
D Swan (Coll) 2, L Davis (Coll) 1.
Essendon v Carlton – C Judd (Carl) 9, E Betts (Carl) 7, M Murphy (Carl) 4, D Zaharakis (Ess) 3, B Gibbs (Carl) 3, B Howlett (Ess) 1, H
Scotland (Carl) 1.
Geelong v Richmond – A Christensen (Geel) 7, T Cotchin (Rich) 5, J Kelly (Geel) 4, M Duncan (Geel) 3, S Tuck (Rich) 2, J Selwood (Geel) 2,
J Corey (Geel) 1.
Melbourne v Hawthorn – L Franklin (Haw) 7, S Mitchell (Haw) 5, L Hodge (Haw) 4, S Martin (Melb) 3, B Green (Melb) 2, B Sewell (Haw) 2, J
Lewis (Haw) 1.
Fremantle v West Coast – D Cox (WCE) 7, M Barlow (Freo) 4, M LeCras (WCE) 4, G Broughton (Freo) 3, Z Clarke (Freo) 2, B Waters (WCE)
2, N Fyfe (Freo) 1, L Shuey (WCE) 1.
51 - Lance Franklin (Haw)
50 - Jack Riewoldt (Rich)
45 - Travis Cloke (Coll)
44 - Andrew Walker (Carl)
44 - Josh Kennedy (WCE)
39 - Stephen Milne (St K)
38 - Drew Petrie (NthM)
37 - Jeff Garlett (Carl)
37 - Eddie Betts (Carl)
37 - James Podsiadly (Geel)
34 - Daniel Giansiracusa (WBul)
33 - Liam Jurrah (Melb)
29 - Stuart Crameri (Ess)
Michael Shillito's tips in bold (100.5/143 to Date)

Friday 29th July
North Melbourne v Carlton (7:40pm, Etihad Stadium)
Saturday 30th July
Western Bulldogs v West Coast (2:10pm, Etihad Stad)
Geelong v Melbourne (2:10pm, Skilled Stadium)
Gold Coast v
St Kilda (7:10pm, Metricon Stadium)
Fremantle v Hawthorn (7:40pm, Patersons Stadium)
Sunday 31st July
Collingwood v Essendon (2:10pm, MCG)
Adelaide v Port Adelaide (4:40pm, AAMI Stadium)
BYE - Brisbane, Richmond, Sydney.
THE YEAR - Standings
69 - Matthew Boyd (WBul)
68 - Marc Murphy (Carl)
65 - Dane Swan (Coll)
65 - Scott Pendlebury (Coll)
62 - Sam Mitchell (Haw)
55 - Nick Dal Santo (St K)
54 - Dean Cox (WCE)
53 - Dale Thomas (Coll)
53 - Scott Thompson (Adel)
51 - Jack Redden (Bris)
51 - Chris Judd (Carl)
51 - Liam Shiels (Haw)
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Sydney v Port (Trial, 23/2/08)
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Blacktown Update (5/7/09
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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)
NAB - Sydney v NMelb (3/3/12)
GWS Giants v Sydney (24/3/12)
Sydney v Fremantle (7/4/12)
GWSGiants v WCoast (15/4/12)
2012 Grand Final - Pre-Game
2012 Grand Final - Game Pics
2012 Grand Final - Post Game

Round 10 2007 Scoreboard
Round 11 2007 Scoreboard
Round 12 2007 Wk1 S'bd
Round 12 2007 Wk2 S'bd
Round 13 2007 Scoreboard
Round 14 2007 Scoreboard
Round 21 2007 Scoreboard
Round 22 2007 Scoreboard
2008 Pre-Season Week 1
2008 Pre-Season Week 2
2008 Pre-Season Week 3
2008 Pre-Season Week 4
Round 1 2008 Scoreboard
Round 2 2008 Scoreboard
Round 3 2008 Scoreboard
Round 4 2008 Scoreboard
Round 5 2008 Scoreboard
Round 6 2008 Scoreboard
Round 7 2008 Scoreboard
Round 8 2008 Scoreboard
Round 9 2008 Scoreboard
Round 10 2008 Scoreboard
Round 11 2008 Scoreboard
Round 12 2008 Scoreboard
Round 13 2008 Scoreboard
Round 14 2008 Scoreboard
Round 15 2008 Scoreboard
Round 16 2008 Scoreboard
Round 17 2008 Scoreboard
Round 18 2008 Scoreboard
Round 19 2008 Scoreboard
Round 20 2008 Scoreboard
Round 21 2008 Scoreboard
Round 22 2008 Scoreboard
2008 Finals Week 1
2008 Finals Week 2
2008 Preliminary Finals
2009 Pre-Season Week 1
2009 Pre-Season Week 2
2009 Pre-Season Week 3
2009 Pre-Season Week 4
Round 1 2009 Scoreboard
Round 2 2009 Scoreboard
Round 3 2009 Scoreboard
Round 4 2009 Scoreboard
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
Round 22 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
2012 Pre-Season Week 5
Opener 2012 - GWS v Syd
Round 1 2012 Scoreboard
Round 2 2012 Scoreboard
Round 3 2012 Scoreboard
Round 4 2012 Scoreboard
Round 5 2012 Scoreboard
Round 6 2012 Scoreboard
2013 Pre-Season Week 1
2013 Pre-Season Week 2