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Sydney vs St Kilda: AFL live scores

22nd July, 2012

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Sydney vs. St Kilda

Sydney Cricket Ground
2012 AFL Premiership Season July 22, 2012
Sydney won by 29 points
Sydney St Kilda
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q11612   5131
Q251343   5434
Q391367   7951
Q41515105   101676

Sydney Swans

B: Rhyce Shaw, Heath Grundy, Alex Johnson
HB: Nicholas Smith, Ted Richards, Martin Mattner
C: Daniel Hannebery, Jude Bolton, Lewis Jetta
HF: Craig Bird, Sam Reid, Ben McGlynn
F: Jarrad McVeigh, Adam Goodes, Ryan O’Keefe
Foll: Shane Mumford, Josh P. Kennedy, Kieren Jack
I/C: Nick Malceski, Lewis Roberts-Thomson, Mike Pyke, Trent Dennis-Lane, Andrejs Everitt, Tony Armstrong, Tommy Walsh

In: Trent Dennis-Lane, Tony Armstrong, Tommy Walsh

St Kilda

B: Jarryn Geary, Tom Simpkin, James Gwilt
HB: Sean Dempster, Sam Fisher, Sam Gilbert
C: Nick Dal Santo, David Armitage, Brendon Goddard
HF: Ahmed Saad, Nick Riewoldt, Jason Gram
F: Stephen Milne, Justin Koschitzke, Jack Steven
Foll: Ben McEvoy, Lenny Hayes, Leigh Montagna
I/C: Clinton Jones, Adam Schneider, Farren Ray, Arryn Siposs, Terry Milera, Beau Wilkes, Sam Dunell

In: Brendon Goddard, Jack Steven, Terry Milera

First Bounce: 1.10pm AEST
Venue: SCG
Last Time: St Kilda 16.15 (111) d Sydney Swans 12.11 (83)
Betting: Sydney $1.35, St Kilda $3.25
TV: Fox Footy (Live)
22nd July, 2012
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In yet another clash of top eight sides, Sydney and St Kilda go head to head for some extra breathing space ahead of their rivals. We’ll have live scores from 1.10pm AEST.

It’s the fourth game of the weekend pitting two top eight sides against each other. The last time the entire top eight met on the same weekend was in 2008.

Just like those other games, there’s plenty on the line here.

The Swans sit on top of the ladder, but a loss would bring them crashing back to reality.

As for the Saints, they enter the round in 8th spot, meaning they are the least safe of all sides participating in this week’s blockbusters. The sides below them will be ready to pounce if they drop the four points this afternoon.

Last week Sydney had arguably their most memorable win of the season, travelling to Perth and defeating West Coast by 52 points.

Dan Hannebery had a monster 42 disposals and eight inside 50s, Ryan O’Keefe had 39 touches with eight clearances and Lewis Jetta had four goals. Keiren Jack, Jarrad McVeigh and Josh Kennedy were also impressive.

The Saints were forced to grind out a win against the Brisbane Lions away from home, getting up by 13 points.

Ahmed Saad produced four skillful goals, while Lenny Hayes (29 disposals) and Clint Jones (28 with nine tackles) saw the most of the footy. Stephen Milne had three goals to his name.


In team news, the Saints are preparing to welcome back Brendon Goddard to the side.