HARBOURSPORT  
Photos by Michael Shillito
NAB Cup - SYDNEY v CARLTON
Blacktown Olympic Park, Saturday 20th February 2010.
A local Aboriginal elder
says the Welcome to
Country
Stan Walker sings the
pre-match
entertainment
The Blues enter the
arena
Carlton warm up
before the game
The Swans run
through their banner
Pre-match exercises
for the Swans
The umpire holds up
the ball
And it's game on
Jordan Russell chips
across goal
Kieran Jack runs
through the centre
Trent Dennis-Lane
loses his footing
Looking towards the
scoreboard as the hill
is well populated
The ball beats Chris
Judd over the
boundary line
Mitch Robinson
gathers the ball in
front of the grandstand
Paul Bevan snaps from
a tight angle
A set shot from Ben
McGlynn
Richard Hadley shoots
from 45m out
The grandstand is full
for this game
Craig Bird fires a
handball
Ball in dispute in the
forward pocket
Chris Judd takes the
ball out of the danger
zone
The Blues appeal for
holding the ball
Quarter time in the
Carlton huddle
A full house at
Blacktown Olympic Park
Boundary throw-in
Paul Bower has a set
shot
The ball is bottled up
on centre wing
Boundary throw-in on
the wing
Darren Currie lays a
tackle
Chris Judd marks in
the centre
It was built, and they
came
Jarrad McVeigh puts on
a tackle
Everyone loses their
balance in the goal
square
Kevin Sheedy has the
microphone at half time
A half time citizenship
ceremony
Craig Bird takes the
ball outside the centre
square
Mike Pyke is first in line
to the ball
Matthew Kreuzer wins
a centre bounce
Tadhg Kennelly is back
for the Swans
The Swans get on top
in the third quarter
Ball-up on the edge of
the goal square
Ben McGlynn shoots
from the 50m line
Lachie Henderson
drives the Blues
forward
A goal to Henderson
on 3/4 time keeps the
Blues in the contest
Paul Roos addresses
the Swans at three
quarter time
Ted Richards is under
pressure
Heath Scotland blazes
away from outside 50
Nick Malceski restarts
play
Chris Judd beats
Jarrad McVeigh to the
ball
Ted Richards marks on
the defensive 50m line
It's all over, and the
Swans move into the
next round
Swans players salute
the crowd after the
game