lundi 4 avril 2011

RESULTATS ET CLASSEMENT DE LA 2EME JOURNEE

St Kilda 4.6 7.10 9.12 13.17 (95)
Richmond 2.4 9.5 10.9 14.11 (95)


GOALS
St Kilda:
Milne 4, Riewoldt 3, Goddard, Gamble, Ray, Armitage, McEvoy, Blake
Richmond: Martin 3, King 2, Vickery 2, Cotchin, Morton, Edwards, Helbig, Deledio, Grigg, Jackson

BEST
St Kilda:
Milne, Armitage, Montagna, Dal Santo, Fisher, Jones
Richmond: Deledio, Cotchin, Martin, Newman, Grigg, King

INJURIES
St Kilda:
Hayes (knee)
Richmond: Riewoldt (concussion)

SUBSTITUTES
St Kilda:
Lenny Hayes (knee) replaced by Clinton Jones in the third quarter
Richmond: Jack Riewoldt (concussion) replaced by Brad Helbig in the second quarter

Reports: Luke McGuane (Richmond) reported for rough conduct on Farren Ray (St Kilda) in the second quarter.

Umpires: Kennedy, Findlay, Jeffery

Official crowd:
41,465 at MCG

North Melbourne 1.4 2.9 4.12 7.14 (56)
Collingwood 5.5 9.8 15.12 21.17 (143)


GOALS
North Melbourne: Thomas 2, Hansen 2, Cunnington, Goldstein, Anthony
Collingwood: Cloke 5, Beams 3, Dawes 2, Didak 2, Sidebottom 2, Blair 2, Jolly, Pendlebury, Thomas, Swan, Krakouer

BEST
North Melbourne: Harvey, Rawlings, Swallow, Firrito
Collingwood: Swan, Pendlebury, Beams, Cloke, Dawes, Sidebottom, Thomas, Reid, Ball

INJURIES
North Melbourne: Nil
Collingwood: Nil

SUBSTITUTES
North Melbourne: Liam Anthony subbed in for Aaron Edwards in the third quarter.
Collingwood: Andrew Krakouer subbed in for Heath Shaw in the third quarter.

Reports: TBA

Umpires: Margetts, H. Ryan, S. Ryan

Official crowd: 40,578 at Etihad Stadium

Port Adelaide: 2.3 7.3 12.4 15.8 (98)
West Coast: 3.7 9.10 12.16 16.20 (116)

GOALS

Port Adelaide: Gray 4, Davenport 3, C. Cornes 2, Cassisi, Brogan, Pearce, Boak, D. Stewart, Irons
West Coast: Embley 4, Kennedy 3, Shuey 3, Nicoski 2, Ebert, Darling, Lynch, Rosa

BEST

Port Adelaide: Boak, Gray, Broadbent, P. Stewart, Rodan
West Coast: Embley, Cox, Shuey, Rosa, Kerr, Priddis, Kennedy

INJURIES

Port Adelaide: Steven Salopek (hamstring strain) replaced in selected side by Jason Davenport, Cassisi (knee), Pittard (knee)
West Coast: None

SUBSTITUTES
Port Adelaide: Domenic Cassisi (knee) replaced by Jason Davenport at half-time, Paul Stewart (knee)
West Coast: Quinten Lynch replaced by Andrew Gaff in the third quarter

Reports: Nil

Umpires: Grun, Schmitt, Mollison

Official crowd:
23,214 at AAMI Stadium

Carlton 9.5 15.7 21.10 26.15 (171)
Gold Coast 1.1 3.5 6.8 7.10 (52)

GOALS
Carlton: Garlett 5, Walker 5, Thornton 4, Judd 2, Warnock 2, Betts 2, Waite 2, Curnow, Murphy, Robinson, Simpson
Gold Coast: Dixon 2, Harris, Bennell, Fraser, Matera, Stanley

BEST
Carlton: Judd, Murphy, Yarran, Carrazzo, Gibbs, Thornton
Gold Coast: Rischitelli, Harris, Matera, Dixon, Bennell

INJURIES
Carlton: Nil
Gold Coast: Nil

SUBSTITUTES


Carlton: Shaun Hampson replaced by Dennis Armfield in the fourth quarter.

Gold Coast: Nathan Krakouer replaced by Josh Toy at the start of third quarter.


Reports:
Nil


Umpires:
McBurney, Nicholls, Kamolins


Official crowd:
27, 914 at the Gabba

Fremantle 4.4 7.9 8.12 10.18 (78)
Geelong 5.3 8.6 10.9 13.11 (89)


GOALS
Fremantle:
Bradley 3, Ballantyne 2, Mayne, Mundy, Walters, Pavlich, Hill
Geelong: Menzel 3, Stokes 2, Varcoe 2, Podsiadly, Johnson, Ling, Chapman, Duncan, Bartel

BEST
Fremantle:
Mundy, Pavlich, McPharlin, Suban, Hill, Bradley, Sandilands
Geelong: Enright, Corey, Varcoe, Bartel, Ling, Stokes, Menzel

INJURIES
Fremantle:
Nil
Geelong: Nil

SUBSTITUTIONS
Fremantle:
Nick Lower replaced by Rhys Palmer in the third quarter
Geelong: Cameron Guthrie replaced by Allen Christensen in the third quarter

Reports: Nil

Umpires: M Vozzo, M Stevic, J Armstrong

Official crowd: 37,004 at Patersons Stadium
Western Bulldogs 5.4 10.4 14.7 19.9 (123)
Brisbane Lions 0.2 3.5 4.7 6.9 (45)


GOALS
Western Bulldogs: Hall 3, Griffin 3, Higgins 3, Giansiracusa 2, Boyd 2, Hill, Jones, Sherman, Grant, Ward, Djerrkura
Brisbane Lions: Redden 2, Polkinghorne 2, Lester, Clark

BEST
Western Bulldogs: Griffen, Boyd, Cooney, Cross, Williams, Liberatore, Hill
Brisbane Lions: Black, Buchanan, Adcock, Bewick, Redden, Rich, Rockliff

INJURIES
Western Bulldogs: None
Brisbane Lions: Matt Maguire (quad) replaced in selected side by Broc McCauley

SUBSTITUTES
Western Bulldogs: Barry Hall replaced by Nathan Djerrkura in the third quarter
Brisbane Lions: Broc McCauley replaced by Claye Beams in the third quarter.

Reports: Nil

Umpires: Dalgleish, Meredith, Wenn

Official crowd: 22,331 at Etihad Stadium

Sydney Swans 1.5 6.8 10.11 14.14 (98)
Essendon 4.4 8.7 12.9 13.15 (93)


GOALS
Sydney Swans:
McGlynn 3, Bolton 3, White 2, Bevan 2, Goodes, Kennedy, Rohan, O’Keefe
Essendon: Ryder 2, Crameri 2, Winderlich 2, Hurley 2, Jetta, Davey, Hocking, McVeigh

BEST
Sydney Swans:
Goodes, Bevan, Bolton, McGlynn, O’Keefe, Grundy, Hannebery
Essendon: Watson, Stanton, Hurley, Heppell, Bellchambers, Ryder, Davey

INJURIES
Sydney Swans:
Nil
Essendon: Hille (hip) replaced by Alwyn Davey

SUBSTITUTES

Sydney Swans: Craig Bird replaced by Brett Meredith in the last quarter
Essendon: Stewart Crameri replaced by Nathan Lovett-Murray in the last quarter

Reports: Nil

Umpires: Rosebury, Pannel, Jennings

Official crowd: 28, 082 at ANZ Stadium

Hawthorn 2.8 3.13 11.24 16.26 (122)
Melbourne 3.1 8.2 9.3 12.5 (77)

GOALS
Hawthorn:
Burgoyne 4, Roughead 2, Franklin 2, Suckling 2 Bateman, Bruce, Rioli, Ladson, Shiels, Osborne
Melbourne: Dunn 2, Green 2, Jurrah 2, Jamar, Trengove, Bennell, Petterd, Davey, Watts

BEST
Hawthorn:
Rioli, Suckling, Burgoyne, Shiels, Young, Gilham
Melbourne: Tapscott, Sylvia, Jamar, Grimes, Bail, Garland

INJURIES
Hawthorn:
Rioli (laceration to calf), Renouf (concussion)
Melbourne: Garland (knee)

SUBSTITUTES
Hawthorn:
Brent Renouf (concussion) replaced by Jordan Lewis in the third term
Melbourne: Neville Jetta replaced by Addam Maric in the third term

Reports: Nil

Umpires: Donlon, Stewart, Chamberlain

Official crowd: 49,905 at MCG


LE CLASSEMENT:

PosTeamPtsGWLD%
1Collingwood82200219.12
2Carlton82200202.21
3West Coast82200111.83
4Geelong82200109.60
5Sydney62101102.82
6Essendon42110132.05
7Adelaide41100123.53
8Western Bulldogs42110114.56
9Hawthorn42110113.74
10Fremantle4211095.03
11St Kilda2201199.30
12Richmond2201189.95
13Melbourne2201178.16
14Port Adelaide0202065.68
15Brisbane0202063.13
16North Melbourne0202061.28
17Gold Coast0101030.41

AFL EPISODE 2


La deuxième journée de l'AFL qui s'est déroulée ce week-end a été marquée par des gros scores qui laissent augurer une certaine hiérarchie au sein des clubs.
Le champion en titre, Collingwood a encore écrasé tout sur son passage tel un rouleau compresseur et s'annonce comme le favori de la compétition après sa nette victoire aux dépens des Kangaroos de North Melbourne (143-56).
Au contraire, la saison parait difficile pour la nouvelle franchise des Suns de Gold Coast qui a subi un lourd revers pour son match inaugural face à Carlton. Les Blues ont dominé les débats d'entrée et n'ont fait qu'une bouchée de leur adversaire du Queensland: 171-52
Les Western Bulldogs, emmenés par leurs milieux de terrain Boyd et Griffen, ont effacé leur défaite humiliante de la semaine passée en alignant une superbe prestation qui leur a permis de s'imposer nettement face aux Lions de Brisbane (123-45).
Pour ce qui est des autres rencontres, les Cats et les West Coast Eagles ont réussi à grapiller leur second succès de l'année ce qui leur permet de rester dans le peloton de tête en compagnie des Magpies de Collingwood et des Blues de Carlton.
Les Bombers d'Essendon n'ont pas réussi à confirmer après leur probante première victoire obtenu la semaine passée. L'équipe entraînée par James Hird a dû s'incliner de 5 petits points à Sydney.
Pour la deuxième fois en deux semaines, on a assisté un match nul puisque les Saints de Saint Kilda et les Richmond Tigers se sont quittés sur un score de parité 95 à 95 lors du premier match de la journée vendredi soir.


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