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IF this was a preview of what might be in late September, then beg, borrow or steal for a Grand Final ticket. This absorbing top of the table clash that Hawthorn and Sydney turned on had the twists and turns of a bestseller spy novel. With so many
The Swans still managed 10 goals, even though Lance Franklin was held (often literally) by Eric Mackenzie...The Swans also lost Zak Jones with concussion in the opening term. The incident that forced him from the ground could cause further headaches
The goals are great, that he's kicking those, but his work ethic and his pressure last night was great as well," said Swans midfielder-forward Ben McGlynn, who also played alongside Franklin at Hawthorn. "Those tackles, those run downs from behind...
So to be able to speak to him yesterday when he got the results of the scan and to understand he will only be two or three weeks out, he was pretty relieved I think." Tippett has missed the past two game following arthroscopic surgery on a knee. The
Has obviously had his injuries, but after finally getting some continuity on the field, he's been outstanding...A small forward who kicks goals, applies pressure and is able to get plenty of the ball in the middle of the ground as well. Enjoying a
Superstar recruit Lance Franklin kicked three goals for the Swans but faces a nervous wait for the match review panel findings after a late bump on Suns defender Clay Cameron midway through the second quarter. His forward line cohort Kurt Tippett was
Lonergan has failed to come up from a concussion last week, while Enright has a ankle injury which worsened during the week. The omission of Lonergan is particularly tough, considering his great track record subduing Franklin during his Hawthorn days.
The Hawks will face in-form Port Adelaide on Saturday week minus five of their most important players, with Jarryd Roughead suspended for his bump on Ben McGlynn. If Gibson misses the next 10 rounds, he will have five matches of the regular season to
The collision involving Murphy occurred when he was competing with Riewoldt to gather the ball on the wing at Etihad Stadium...Even though most of the impact seemed to be to his shoulder, the secondary impact to Riewoldt's head from Murphy's arm was
The shirtfront wasn't always punished, because the rules were looser and the game was less policed. To an extent, the shirtfront was celebrated, and unconscious players on stretchers made for ghoulish weekly spectacles...The feeble-minded who cry