AFL ROUND 10 2010; GEELONG V MELBOURNE;
MATCH PREVIEW INCLUDING TEAM LISTS, TV DETAILS
By Ben Jensen GEELONG CATS V MELBOURNE DEMONS MATTHEW SCARLETT is out of Geelong's side to face Melbourne on Saturday afternoon at Skilled Stadium. Not listed in the official Injury List, Scarlett is to miss with a hamstring injury and according to the Cats is unlikely to play again until after the split round (round 13, 25 June). Simon Hogan takes Scarlett's place in the side for his fifth game of the season and fifteenth overall. Meanwhile the Demons have made three changes, Cameron 'the' Bruce the notable inclusion.
Geelong by 11 points
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AFL 2010, ROUND 10
GEELONG V MELBOURNE
SATURDAY 29 MAY 2010, 14:10 AEST
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AUSTRALIAN TV COVERAGE (LOCAL TIMES)
Melbourne Ten (Delay - 15:00)
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2009 VICTORY PACK DVD BOX SET
2009 GEELONG HIGHLIGHTS DVD - THE ROAD TO VICTORY
B: J. Hunt,
Player (Injury) Onset; Estimated Return; Notes
Mitch Brown (leg)
- 1 week
DEES INJURY LIST
AFL PREMIERSHIP SEASON 2009, ROUND 16
SATURDAY 18 JULY 2009, 14:10 AEST
SKILLED STADIUM, GEELONG
GEELONG BACK ON TRACK WITH EASY WIN
By Anthony Jensen AFL 2009 ROUND 16 GEELONG CATS V MELBOURNE DEMONS GEELONG SAFELY REJOINED the winners circle on a windy Saturday afternoon down at Skilled Stadium in front of 21,160, fading away a little in the last but finishing 46-point winners over a somewhat respectable Melbourne.
In what was the launch of four weeks of celebrating the Cats' 150th anniversary, 21,160 fans were urged by big Billy Brownless to don white "collectors item" ponchos and pose for a helicopter fly-over commemorative photograph of the stadium. Not to be outdone, the Geelong players also had a different get-up for the special occasion; their traditional blue hoops were made up of the names of the more than 1000 past and present Geelong players.
7.4, 9.9, 14.13, 17.15 (117) DEFEATED
CROWD: 21,160 at Skilled Stadium, Geelong
FIELD: Hayden Kennedy (7) Shane Stewart (10) Chris Kamolins (19)
EM: Robert Findlay (23)
VFL 2009 ROUND 4, SATURDAY 2 MAY 2009, 14:00 AEST
PORT MELBOURNE V GEELONG
The 'Bendigo Bank Cats' were overan by an experienced Port Melbourne side in the final term to go down by two goals after leading by fifteen points at three quarter time. The Cats remain winless down the bottom of the ladder, third last on percentage from Frankston and Bendigo. James Podsiadly, formerlly of Werribee Tigers fame (literally) kicked a bag of five to go with his three in round one. The other two multiple goalkickers, Ben Johnson and Scott Beattie, were also VFL only listed players ('top up' players if you like, but we don't).
MELBOURNE 3.5 6.7 8.11 14.15 (99) DEF
PORT MELBOURNE : P. Raymond 4, S. Dwyer 2, D. McLaren 2, W.
Schultz 2, D. Robbins, J. Scipione, A. Deluca, P. Hassett
PORT MELBOURNE : P. Raymond, J. Baird, S. Brewer, F. Deluca,
R. McMahon, M. Wall