Results – AFL Scores for Round 5, 2010

Barry Hall and the Bulldogs added to the Crows misery to start off Round 5 of 2010.

UPDATE:

Tuesday: Final results in. Blues continued the upsets for the round by defeating the Cats.

Monday: As a Hawks support, I am very sad that the Roos where too good for my boys. Collingwood and Fremantle won as expected.

Sunday:  Two Big upsets on Saturday Night. Power strangling the Saints (with no Nick Riewoldt to bail them out) and the young Demons putting the Lions to the sword (with a reportedly injured Jonathan Brown).

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Western Bulldogs 18.13 (121)
Defeated
Adelaide Crows 10.12 (72)

GOALS
Western Bulldogs: Hall 5, Eagleton 3, Hahn 2, Grant 2, Griffen 2, Giansiracusa, Higgins, Roughead, Murphy
Adelaide: Tippett 3, Burton 2, Porplyzia 2, Dangerfield, Knights, Vince

BEST
Western Bulldogs:
Giansiracusa, Griffen, Eagleton, Hall, Gilbee, Hahn, Johnson
Adelaide: Thompson, Vince, Edwards, Tippett, Reilly, Davis, Dangerfield

INJURIES
Western Bulldogs: Nil
Adelaide: Nil

Official crowd: 26,884 at Etihad Stadium

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Sydney Swans 17.13 (115)
Defeated
West Coast Eagles 9.9 (63)

GOALS
Sydney Swans:
Bradshaw 6, White 2, Goodes 2, McVeigh, J. Bolton, Jack, Mattner, Kirk, Shaw, Kennedy
West Coast: Kennedy 3, Hams, Priddis, Cox, Naitanui, Hurn, Masten

BEST
Sydney Swans:
O’Keefe, Jack, Bradshaw, Goodes, Roberts-Thomson, Malceski
West Coast: Kennedy, Rosa, Cox, Priddis, Waters, Spangher

INJURIES
Sydney Swans:
C. Bolton (ankle)
West Coast: Nil

Official crowd: 28,422 at the SCG

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Melbourne Demons 15.13 (103)
Defeated
Brisbane Lions 7.11 (53)

GOALS
Melbourne:
Sylvia 2, Trengove2, Petterd  2, Davey 2, Jamar, Green, McKenzie, Jones, Bate, McDonald, Scully
Brisbane Lions: Fevola 4, Brown, Clark, Drummond

BEST
Melbourne:
Trengove, Jones, Green, Petterd, , Davey, Sylvia, Jamar, McDonald
Brisbane Lions: Black, Johnstone, Fevola, Rischitelli, Drummond, Rich

INJURIES
Melbourne:
Bail (quad) replaced in selected side by Martin
Brisbane Lions: Sherman (corked thigh) replaced in selected side by Proud, Merrett (hamstring)

Official crowd: 36,396 at the MCG

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Port Adelaide Power 7.12 (54)
Defeated
St Kilda Saints 6.8 (44)

GOALS
Port Adelaide:
Ebert 2, Schulz 2, Tredrea 2, Rodan
St Kilda: Schneider 3, Fisher, Gwilt, Milne

BEST
Port Adelaide:
Rodan, Chaplin, Brogan, Cassisi, Ebert
St Kilda: Schneider, Montagna, Gilbert, Fisher

INJURIES
Port Adelaide: Logan (concussion), Carlile (elbow)
St Kilda: Nil

Official crowd: 23,355 at AAMI Stadium

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Collingwood Magpies 18.12 (120)
Defeated
Essendon Bombers 8.7 (55)

GOALS
Collingwood: Cloke 4, Fraser 3, Wellingham 2, Dawes 2, Johnson, Thomas, Toovey, Medhurst, Pendlebury, Beams, Didak
Essendon: Gumbleton 2, Dempsey 2, Hurley, Reimers, Zaharakis, Hooker

BEST
Collingwood: Beams, Cloke, Pendlebury, Didak, Fraser, Shaw, Johnson
Essendon: Dempsey, Gumbleton, Reimers, Fletcher, Watson

INJURIES
Collingwood: Nil
Essendon: Nil

Official crowd: 90,070 at MCG

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Hawthorn Hawks 10.10 (70)
Lost To
North Melbourne Kangaroos 12.10 (82)

GOALS
Hawthorn:
Franklin 5, Roughead, Osborne, Brown, Rioli, Kayler-Thomson
North Melbourne: Hale 3, Wells 3, Edwards 2, Swallow, Warren, Adams, Rawlings

BEST
Hawthorn:
Hodge, Lewis, Franklin, Roughead, Sewell
North Melbourne: Rawlings, Wells, Hale, Firrito

INJURIES
Hawthorn:

North Melbourne:

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Fremantle Dockers 15.22 (112)

Defeated

Richmond Tigers 11.7 (73)

GOALS
Fremantle:
Pavlich 4, Ballantyne 3, Sandilands 2, Hill, Crowley, Duffield, de Boer, Fyfe, Hasleby
Richmond: Rance, Nahas 3, Riewoldt 2, Martin, Taylor, Tuck

BEST
Fremantle:
Sandilands, Barlow, Mundy, Ballantyne, Broughton, Pavlich
Richmond: Nahas, Foley, Martin, Rance, Tuck, Deledio

INJURIES
Fremantle:
Nil
Richmond: Tambling (hamstring), Taylor (knee)

Crowd: 38,010 at Subiaco Oval
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Carlton Blues 15.14 (104)
Defeated
Geelong Cats 9.14 (68)


GOALS
Carlton: Garlett 3, Betts 2, Murphy 2, Houlihan 2, Yarran 2, Judd, Kreuzer, O’hAilpin, Scotland
Geelong: Ablett 2, Johnson, Kelly, Hogan, Milburn, Mooney, Selwood, Taylor

BEST
Carlton:
Judd, Gibbs, Russell, Carrazzo, Jamison, Armfield, Scotland
Geelong: Ablett, Chapman, Bartel, Milburn, Wojcinski, Mackie.

INJURIES
Carlton:
Walker (arm)
Geelong: Corey (knee soreness) replaced in the selected side by Rooke

Official crowd: 71,399 at MCG

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