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Port takes no risks with injured duo

Written By malwan milad on Senin, 25 Agustus 2014 | 16.18

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We’ll worry about winning game first: Jacobs

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Round 23 Barometer: Will Heppell play?

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We must run Dockers into ground: Hartlett

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Inconsistent Crows ‘frustrated’

Written By malwan milad on Kamis, 12 Juni 2014 | 16.19

Fremantle's Zac Clarke and Crows ruckman Sam Jacobs go head to head at Patersons Stadium. Picture: Paul Kane Source: Getty Images

Adelaide Crows coach Brenton Sanderson says his team was blown off the park in the second half.

ADELAIDE ruckman Sam Jacobs has conceded a dose of frustration has crept in among the Crows but is confident their good passages of play mean the game plan is still sound.

The Crows have been up and down all season — beginning with three straight losses but then recovering — and hit another snag when they lost to Fremantle last week.

It has left the club in a group of teams fighting for a top-eight spot and, as much as Jacobs said there had been no panic around West Lakes, the Crows players were getting edgy.

CHAPMAN PUTS TRUST IN SANDO

"As the supporters are, the players are frustrated as well," Jacobs said. "We're working overtime to make sure that we get the most out of our sessions.

"At the moment, that's where the frustration comes from because we are training really well and at a really high standard during the week.

"But for whatever reason, we're not producing it ... at the moment it's every second week.

"We are trying to change things ... there are things about our performance that need to change.

"But training was really upbeat again as it has been all week.

"We had a really good session today and we're well prepared and ready for the Kangaroos."


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Teams: Judd back, Sylvia gets his chance

Carlton star Chris Judd set to return this week. Picture: Wayne Ludbey Source: News Corp Australia

CARLTON star Chris Judd will make his long-awaited return from a hamstring injury on Friday night against Hawthorn.

Judd replaces goal sneak Jeff Garlett in Mick Malthouse's side for the MCG blockbuster.

HAWTHORN has bolstered its ruck division with David Hale returing at the expense of Luke Lowden.

Lowden, who kicked three goals on debut last week after six long years on the Hawks' list, was omitted.

NORTH Melbourne forward Lindsay Thomas returns after sitting out last week with hamstring tightness.

Kangaroos forward Lindsay Thomas in full flight at training. Picture: Colleen Petch Source: News Corp Australia

Thomas tweaked his muscle in the win over West Coast.

Robbie Tarrant also returns for the Kangaroos after playing in the VFL last week - his first game back from nagging leg problems.

FREMANTLE recruit Colin Sylvia is set to make his debut for the Dockers after spending the first half of the season in the WAFL.

Luckless Docker Anthony Morabito has been named as an emergency.

WEST Coast is taking no risks with veteran ruckman Dean Cox (soreness) while Sharrod Wellingham is also out.

Captain Darren Glass is the third out following his shock retirement today.

PORT Adelaide midfielder Jared Polec is out with an ankle problem, while Geelong ruckman Hamish McIntosh will also miss his first game for the season.

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Journo ‘lucky’ Tiger coach didn’t deck him

RICHMOND coach Damien Hardwick has bristled at the suggestion some of his players don't have an appetite for the contest, telling a television reporter "you were lucky you didn't wear a left hook'' for asking the question.

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Bombers hit with doping notices

Essendon Football Club players issued with show-cause notices by ASADA over 2012 supplements scandal | The Advertiser

Last updated: June 12, 2014

ESSENDON players have been issued with show-cause notices for doping.

Bombers hit with doping notices

 Drugs in Sport...allegations against Essendon, Day 3...club's 2013 slogan, on a pillar outside Windy Hill HQ.

BREAKING NEWS: ESSENDON players have been issued with show-cause notices for doping after the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority served the notices on players this afternoon.

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Bombers hit with doping notices

 Drugs in Sport...allegations against Essendon, Day 3...club's 2013 slogan, on a pillar outside Windy Hill HQ.

BREAKING NEWS: ESSENDON players have been issued with show-cause notices for doping after the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority served the notices on players this afternoon.

Tony Abbott slapped down by 11-year-old

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Eight on the trot has Power soaring

Written By malwan milad on Minggu, 08 Juni 2014 | 16.18

Eight on the trot has Power soaring as it smashes Saints by 70 points | The Advertiser

Last updated: June 08, 2014

PORT Adelaide has equalled its longest winning streak since joining the AFL in 1997 after beating St Kilda by 70 points at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night.

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Coach Hinkley praises Power’s bruised battlers

Ken Hinkley gives the Power's defence credit in the side's decisive 129 - 59 win over St Kilda

PORT Adelaide has revealed another mantra as it works towards September with a ruthless 70-point beating of St Kilda at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night: Never stay down.

It comes as coach Ken Hinkley attributed persistence and strong defence to breaking open a match that was close until late in the second quarter and turning it into a one-sided contest. Hinkley spoke about the importance of players getting straight back on their feet after being bowled over in collisions.

MATCH REPORT: EIGHT ON THE TROT HAS POWER SOARING

He was impressed with the efforts of Sam Gray and Jarman Impey, both of whom were hit heavily by Saint Tom Simpkin.

Their attitude, which is a cornerstone of the club's program, impressed Hinkley every bit as much as the high-flying mark from best and fairest Chad Wingard or the versatility of lightning form of Robbie Gray.

"I love the ability to get up and go again,'' Hinkley said.

"I'm pretty hard on the players as far as when they're hit, and it's not fair to be honest, because they're getting a fair bit of punishment out there, but I just want them to get up. "And I think it's a fair sign when players get off the ground as quickly as they can. Don't stay down, get up.''

Hinkley also spoke about the defensive effort, something which he felt had been below-par in recent weeks, was a key reason in breaking the game open. But it was the club's belief in the way it is playing and trust in staying with the game plan that underwrote the win.

"Persistence, just sticking to the structures and the way we want to play (opened the game up),'' Hinkley said.

Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley with high-flying forward Chad Wingard. Picture: Sarah Reed.

"That was the key.

"The game is always like that. It's always a bit of an arm- wrestle and a bit of pushing and shoving.

"At the end of the day you've just got to keep at it longer, and the longer you keep at it, the more likely it is that it's going to fall your way.''

St Kilda coach Alan Richardson, who was the coaching director at Port Adelaide last season, said some of his team's execution was sloppy but also talked about how advanced the Power had become in its quest to become a defensive power.

"They're quite advanced,'' Richardson said.

"But we dropped away a bit There was a real gap tonight.''


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