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Rd 15 Port v Glenelg at Alberton Oval

2.20pm Saturday 13th July 2002

League Team  Reserves Team  League Scores  Reserves Scores  Lynton's Match Report


Port Magpie Injury Update
Brian Leys (fractured cheek) 3 to 5 weeks
Brayden Lyle (strain behind the knee) test
Shane Ellen (strained hamstring) 2 weeks
Antony Sheehan (oesteo pubis) indefinite
Darryl Poole (knee) season
David Green (strained stomach muscle) test
Sam Phillipou (calf) test
Mark Harwood (back) test
Alf Steed (suspension) 2 weeks left

Magpie Media
There will be no television coverage of the Port Magpies v Glenelg match but Radio 5RPH (1197AM) will broadcast the game live.

League Team
F: Beinke, Fiegert, Aaron Davey
HF: Clayton, O'Connor, Burdett
C: Alwyn Davey, Ashley, Ebert
HB: Carter, Mead, Seal
B: Carr, AhChee, Smith
R: Ackland, J Ilett, Brown
Int: Warrior, Bamford, Peucker
In: Bamford
Out: McGuinness
Reserves Team
F: Biacsi, Lokan, Crook
HF: C Ilett, Finnin, Sinkunas
C: Holmes, Barrett, Wilson
HB: Lohde, Lockwood, Scrymgour
B: Perry, Kluver, Robertson
R: Andrews, Angove, McGuinness
Int: Kafkoudas, Jenner, Fiora
League Scores 
Team 1st Q 2nd Q 3rd Q 4th Q
Port 3.4 (22) 7.6 (48) 7.6 (48) 11.10 (76)
Glenelg 3.2 (20) 5.3 (33) 5.5 (35) 7.5 (47)
Best: Smith, Mead, Ashley, J Ilett, Beinke, O'Connor, Bamford, Alwyn Davey
Goals: Beinke 3.1; Burdett 3.0; Bamford 2.0; Carter 1.1; J Ilett, Mead 1.0; Clayton, Aaron Davey 0.2; Fiegert 0.1; rushed 0.3
Injuries: Tony Brown (broken leg)
Reserves Scores
Glenelg 9.2 (56) d Port 7.10 (52)
Best: McGuinnes, Lohde, Perry, Lockwood, Kluver, Robertson
Goals: Lockwood, Barrett 2; McGuinness, Lokan, Kluver 1
Lynton's Match Report
What a shocking day!! The first challenge was to cross the floodwaters outside the ground and then the challenge for the players was a heavy, wet ground with even more rain. 

To use a common excuse for one local AFL side an 'undermanned" Ressies side (and a similar senior side for that matter) faced another challenge and hung in for the first half, got done in the third (0.3 to 2.1) and then fought back in the last to get 2 points up (with only 2 or so minutes to go) only only to see a late goal slide thru to lose by 4 points. Still no sign of Wade, Phillipou, Green, Harwood, McDowell etc.etc, not to mention a host of other senior players. The efforts of Locky particularly when moved to the forward line were pleasing - just maybe his injuries are starting to settle. I think they learned two tough lessons today - you can't stand off and wait for the ball; and "it ain't over until its over".

On to the seniors - this was always going to be a battle in tough conditions and in view of our form and team composition it was just that. Although we led all day the game was riddled with basic skill errors and turnovers aggravated by extremely tough conditions and it wasn't until the last (the sun actually came out after the lights were turned on at half time) that we kicked away to win by 28 points. a good result given the conditions.

The real killer for the day was the serious injury to Tony Brown, a bad break to his leg which has ended his season and added to our horrific injury list. We have often triumphed in adversity and there has been no greater challenge than right now!!!!.

Better players as I saw them were Matty Ash (didn't he love the conditions!), Meady, Ilett,"Froggy" Davey, and a special mention to Mathew Smith (Tingles listed) who was close to our best. A good lead, mark and kick but is probably in the right place to learn to, "toughen up" his approach.

Well next week - Norwood at Norwood Friday night; I think Kangas at Optus might be a better choice but I'm not sure yet....... See you later Lynton

Fri 9th August
Sturt d Port
Sat 10th August
Rd 19 AFL 
Port d Carlton

Sat 17th August
2.20pm Central v Port at Elizabeth

Sun 18th August
Rd 20 AFL 
2.10pm SA Time 
Port v Adelaide at Football Pk

AFL Ladder

Tm Pld % Pt
Bris 19 136.1 60
Port 19 133.7 60
Ade 19 113.9 52
Coll 19 116.9 48
Geel 19 101.3 44
Melb 19 101.9 40
WC 19 101.2 40
Kang 19 97.7 40
Haw 19


Ess 19 97.7 38
WB 19 103.2 34
Fre 19 87.4 32
Syd 19 101.8 26
Rich 19 82.8 24
St K 19 77.2 22
Carl 19 72.7


Full Ladder

Win/Loss Record

Sun 18th August
10.00am - Port Adelaide Supporters Club - Showdown Picnic Brunch Details.
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