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Round 23 Barometer: Will Heppell play?

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Port takes no risks with injured duo

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We must run Dockers into ground: Hartlett

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WeĆ¢€™ll worry about winning game first: Jacobs

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Schulz bags eight, Port boosts percentage

Written By malwan milad on Minggu, 22 Juni 2014 | 14.57

Jay Schulz kicks eight goals as Port storms away from Western Bulldogs | The Advertiser

Last updated: June 22, 2014

PORT Adelaide will enter a late-season Showdown on top of the AFL ladder for the first time since its premiership year in 2004 after smashing an injury-depleted Western Bulldogs.

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Crows fall short in a thriller

Umpires will again be a hot topic in the AFL after Ben Howlett's controversial goal for Essendon

THE roller-coaster ride continues for the Adelaide Football Club.

Brenton Sanderson's outfit last night blew a golden opportunity to win consecutive games for the first time since rounds four to six, crashing to a nine-point defeat to under siege Essendon at Etihad Stadium.

The loss means the frustratingly inconsistently Crows have followed a win with a loss for the past seven matches, leaving their finals hopes hanging by a thread.

This one hurts the most.

The upset result sees Adelaide again falling behind in the win-loss ledger, at 6-7. It has not been in front in the win column all season.

If North Melbourne beats Melbourne tonight, the Crows will be two games out of the top eight, leaving them with a mountain to climb to force their way into playing in September.

Adelaide last night didn't come to play and paid a heavy price. In an inexcusable start, the Crows conceded six of the first seven goals to quickly fall 33 points behind.

They never completely recovered.

Crow Tex Walker provided a spark up forward. Picture: Michael Klein

Adelaide fought back strongly in the second half and drew within nine points early in the final term but it could never gets its noses in front.

The Crows had their chances in the dying stages but Taylor Walker dropped a simple mark, Daniel Talia missed a kick and Patrick Dangerfield turned over a handball, blowing any chance they had of a famous comeback win.

Adelaide — playing Essendon in Melbourne for the first time in five years — came with a plan to shut down the Bombers' uncontested style of game.

At the start of the round, the Dons were ranked No. 1 in the competition in uncontested possessions, uncontested marks and short kicks.

The Crows stationed Brodie Martin and Matthew Wright as forward line taggers on Essendon defensive playmakers Michael Hibberd and Courtenay Dempsey while the Bombers tried to nullify Adelaide running backman Brodie Smith.

The task of stopping him fell to Heath Hocking.

Adelaide super stopper Sam Kerridge lined up in the middle on Essendon ball magnet Dyson Heppell.

Patrick Dangerfield looked to be struggling with a thigh problem. Picture: Michael Klein

But any plans the Crows had early were blown out of the water by their lethargic attitude.

They clearly did not come to play and were chasing their tails as soon as Brendon Goddard won the first clearance and sent a long bomb inside 50 which was marked by Hocking.

Hocking goaled and Essendon had a second on the board — through a Paddy Ryder snap after an errant handball from Scott Thompson — while Adelaide had managed just two disposals.

Far from building slowly from the backline, the Dons were playing fast, direct footy and the visitors had no answer, falling three goals behind after five minutes when Brent Stanton was inexplicably left free 50m from goal and he kicked truly on the run.

Former Bomber Josh Jenkins booted the Crows' first goal after nine minutes but he couldn't steady the ship.

Essendon — dominating the clearances — continued to run hard and kick straight.

A week after booting a woeful 10.17 in a one-point defeat to Melbourne, it kicked seven goals without a miss in the opening term to break to a 33-point lead after just 22 minutes.

Crows star Eddie Betts reacts to the loss. Picture: Michael Klein

Adelaide huffed and puffed late in the term and drew to within 18 points early in the second.

But its inside 50 entries were scrappy, it missed goals and continued to turn the ball over at half-forward.

This allowed Essendon the chance to set up its run-and-gun breaks from the back half and hurt the Crows on the scoreboard at the other end. Adelaide found some momentum late in the third quarter after a brilliant goal from Jenkins when he took the ball from the centre bounce, tucked the ball under his arm and kicked a long bomb from 65m.

The Crows booted four goals in succession before the final change to reduce the deficit from 36 points to 15 points but ultimately they left their run too late.

Adelaide forward James Podsiadly leads the Crows from Etihad Stadium. Picture: Getty


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Video umpire asleep at the wheel?

Watch as Gary Ablett has his Brownlow Medal winning hands stomped on during the Gold Coast's clash with the Cats

CRAFTY Essendon forward Jason Winderlich could come under scrutiny from the match review panel for an off-the-ball jab to Crow Luke Brown's guts.

The incident occurred shortly after 'that' Ben Howlett — see video below — goal in the last quarter.

Brown was helped from the field but returned a short time later.

The bad news for Winderlich is the broadcaster's down-the-ground camera angle caught the incident.

Umpires will again be a hot topic in the AFL after Ben Howlett's controversial goal for Essendon

SUPERCOACH HEADACHES

AS if the prospect of losing Patrick Dangerfield wasn't enough, Essendon coach Mark Thompson was far from confident about Michael Hibberd's status.

Thompson said Hibberd was "doubtful" for next week after playing on despite rolling his ankle during the second half.

Meanwhile, Dangerfield looked far from comfortable during the nine-point loss to Essendon hampered by what appeared to be a thigh problem.

The explosive midfielder had heavy strapping on left thigh and spent several minutes at a time on the bench during the contest.

Danger signs all around for SuperCoaches!

Patrick Dangerfield battled hard for his 21 disposals. Picture: Michael Klein Source: News Corp Australia

SKINNED ALIVE

AFL footballers have been known to reward themselves with a splash purchase after playing a good game.

Brad Sewell was one of Hawthorn's best in the 29-point win over Collingwood, but at the top of his shopping list will be a new pair of compression shorts.

During the third quarter Sewell was tackled and his prized — if not already tattered — compression shorts were ripped to shreds, leaving them hanging, rather comically, from the bottom of his footy shorts.

Ripped shorts aside, it was another outstanding performance from Sewell, who racked up 26 touches and kick a goal.

Now you see them, now you don't ... Source: Supplied

HUNGRY JAY

When you're hot, you're hot and Jay Schulz wasn't going waste an opportunity to hit the scoreboard as he kicked eight goals to snatch the Coleman medal lead against the Western Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon.

Schulz slotted three in the last 10 minutes of the match and his thirst for a goal did not escape injured midfielder Hamish Hartlett.

With 10 minutes on the clock Schulz was running into an open goal to kick his sixth major, however a Western Bulldogs tackler was hot on his tail.

Schulz was forced to give a handball to teammate Angus Monfries, but he ensured it had enough elevation to allow sufficient time to run into space and receive it again.

Well played, Jay.

'COME BACK, JAY'

If any Richmond fans hadn't mastered the art of putting their head in their hands — it would be the minority — then Schulz gave them the perfect opportunity to practice on Saturday.

Schulz was traded by the Tigers to Port Adelaide for Mitch Farmer and pick No. 71 (Ben Nason).

Farmer played 28 games for the Tigers, but was delisted after the 2011 season. Nason played 23 games, but was delisted at the same time as Farmer.

Since crossing over to Port Adelaide, Schulz has booted 198 goals from 84 games.

And Tigers coach Damien Hardwick says his side is one tall forward short.

Oh dear.

Isn't hindsight the most gorgeous thing?

BENNELL ARRIVES

Mark Saturday 21 June, 2014 down in your diary, folks.

It's the day Harley Bennell genuinely arrived as an AFL player.

The star Gold Coast midfielder blew Geelong — and its coach Chriss Scott — away, booting 6.3 from 27 touches and 11 marks.

Whatever Bennell touched turned to gold.

He moved across Metricon Stadium like a gazelle, yet was like a hungry hyena when around the goals.

Rarely has Gary Ablett collected over 30 disposals and not been the star of the show.

Gold Coast's Harley Bennell booted a career-high six goals against Geelong. Source: Getty Images

LIONS SINK TO NEW LOW

Yes they're young. Yes they're developing. Yes it was wet. Yes they were on the road. Yes they were up against a potential Grand Finalist.

But this was a horrendous effort by the Lions, who were smashed by Fremantle in all facets of the game.

The Lions were restricted to just 17 inside 50s for the match for their paltry three goals — the lowest tally ever recorded by Champion Data.

Brisbane fans will certainly not be rushing to buy the DVD of the game anytime soon.

Perhaps Justin Leppitsch and his coaching panel will throw the tape away and not even watch it.

Daniel Merrett's Lions will not be proud of their efforts against Fremantle. Picture: Daniel Wilkins Source: News Corp Australia

ANOTHER BALLA BAG

IT was an ugly game with an ugly result played in ugly weather.

But in such a terrible, Hayden Ballantyne still found a way to liven things up.

For the second consecutive week, the star Fremantle forward led his team up forward, finishing with five goals.

That's 11 goals in two games.

Not a bad effort for a small forward playing footy in this day and age.

Knock him all you want, it will only invigorate and motivate Ballantyne to lift his output.

If he finds his niche come finals time, he could be the x-factor that gives the Dockers an important edge.

Fremantle's Hayden Ballantyne booted five goals against the Brisbane Lions. Source: Getty Images


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LIVE: Eagles extend lead, Roos on top

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Crows unlikely to kick off on Good Friday

Written By malwan milad on Sabtu, 21 Juni 2014 | 14.57

Silver lining — Crows set for Maundy Thursday opener to 25th-year in AFL rather than Good Friday | The Advertiser

Last updated: June 21, 2014

ADELAIDE'S hope of opening next year's AFL premiership season - to coincide with the Crows' 25th season in the national league - is more likely to unfold on Maundy Thursday than Good Friday.

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Swans work hard to better Tigers

Sydney Swans forced to work hard by Richmond but prevail in low-scoring contest | The Advertiser

Last updated: June 21, 2014

IT was a torturous reminder of what could have been for Richmond.

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