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Round 23 Barometer: Will Heppell play?

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We’ll worry about winning game first: Jacobs

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Port takes no risks with injured duo

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Crows pray for Suns to shine

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We must run Dockers into ground: Hartlett

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Port left to rue its lack of polish

Written By malwan milad on Minggu, 15 Juni 2014 | 18.35

PORT Adelaide returned home from Sydney on Saturday night having reaffirmed it has the ability to win a premiership this season but with a valuable lesson on what it will take to win against the AFL's elite.

Sydney Swans defeat ladder leaders Port Adelaide


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Jacobs happy his tall order achieved

Adelaide have stayed in touch with the eight with an upset victory over North Melbourne.

Crows ruckman Sam Jacobs gets his kick away under pressure. Picture: Sarah Reed Source: News Corp Australia

IN every team contest there is a battle that defines the result. In Adelaide-North Melbourne games, it is the duel between lead ruckmen Sam Jacobs (Crows) and Todd Goldstein (Kangaroos).

A year after Jacobs was subbed out of a losing battle with Goldstein at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, the sixth head-to-head confrontation between the imposing ruckmen ended in the South Australian's favour.

By the Champion Data statistics, Jacobs and Goldstein locked pride and horns together for 92 minutes at Adelaide Oval on Saturday night. Jacobs won the disposal count 16-8 while proving to be far more effective in field play than Goldstein. Jacobs also won the centre hit-out count 14-10 ensuring the Crows had critical first look at the ball for centre clearances, six of which were attributed to Adelaide midfielder Patrick Dangerfield.

Jacobs has scored a victory against his supposed nemesis.

"I have no idea who came out on top," Jacobs told The Advertiser at the end of Adelaide's 36-point win. Be it modesty or not, at least Jacobs was not beating himself up in the belief he had failed against Goldstein.

"If I won the centre clearances, that is good because that is an important part of the game — getting the ball going forward. And even better for us is how, after getting it out of the centre square, we locked the ball in our forward half."

The Jacobs-Goldstein storyline is growing. "And it definitely, definitely (motivates me)," Jacobs said.

"When I was drafted (to Carlton in the 2006 national rookie draft) there was a good group (of ruckmen) coming through. Matthew Lobbe is doing well at Port Adelaide. Add Goldstein and Robert Warnock and Matthew Kruezer who used to be my teammates (at Carlton) and Matty Leuenberger (at Brisbane) ... the list goes on and we have all been in the system for eight years and I love the challenge of coming up against them."

Jacobs scored himself as more effective across field play in the first half than second.

"Taking a few contested marks early on probably gave me the nudge in the first half, but you know with Goldy that he will keep coming and make for a pretty good battle," Jacobs said. "It sounds a bit in-depth, but Goldstein has longer arms than you think. Sometimes you think you have him beaten, but he just finds that little bit extra to get there. He is a very strong player, but the interesting thing is a lot of our attributes are pretty similar.

"I see a lot of the way in how I play in the way he goes about it as well."

Beyond the memory of how Goldstein has troubled him, Jacobs also carried during the week the personal burden of needing to respond for underperforming against the AFL's biggest player, Fremantle ruckman Aaron Sandilands six days earlier in Perth.

"I don't want to talk too much about last week when I was unable to match it with Sandilands, but the lesson from that was controlling the air with contested marks and giving our midfielders first use," said Jacobs after beating Goldstein 2-1 on contested marks.


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Demons inflict more hurt on Dons

Melbourne produces stunning come-from-behind effort to sink Essendon by one point | The Advertiser

Last updated: June 15, 2014

THE football world arrived at the MCG last night wanting simple answers to an impossible question.

Le Mans: Webber heads to the pits

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LIVE BLOG: With less than two hours to the finish of Le Mans, Mark Webber is limping to the pits with what could be a terminal problem with his Porsche 919 hybrid.

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Jacobs happy his tall order achieved

CROWS v NORTH MELBOURNE

IN every team contest there is a battle that defines the result. In Adelaide-North Melbourne games, it is the duel between Sam Jacobs and Todd Goldstein.

Stop acting like Kim Kardashian

Crest + Scope People's Choice Nomination Announcement - Arrivals

KIM has given us many painful things, but the shameless celebration of every moment in life is the worst, writes Angela Mollard.

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SuperCoach Studs and Duds — Round 13

Find out who fired and who bombed in Nissan SuperCoach during Round 13 | The Advertiser

Last updated: June 15, 2014

WHO starred and stunk in Nissan SuperCoach this weekend? The names to remember — and forget — when it comes to trade time.

Le Mans: Webber heads to the pits

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LIVE BLOG: With less than two hours to the finish of Le Mans, Mark Webber is limping to the pits with what could be a terminal problem with his Porsche 919 hybrid.

Did Lena Headey spoil GoT finale?

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Jacobs happy his tall order achieved

CROWS v NORTH MELBOURNE

IN every team contest there is a battle that defines the result. In Adelaide-North Melbourne games, it is the duel between Sam Jacobs and Todd Goldstein.

Stop acting like Kim Kardashian

Crest + Scope People's Choice Nomination Announcement - Arrivals

KIM has given us many painful things, but the shameless celebration of every moment in life is the worst, writes Angela Mollard.

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Help us, Stephen: Little

Former Essendon midfielder Mark McVeigh is seriously concerned about the welfare of his old teammates and believes it'll be 'nearly impossible' for them to perform against Melbourne tomorrow.

"The CEO of ASADA has used the media irresponsibly by intimidating and attempting to negotiate with our players." - Paul Little Picture: Wayne Ludbey Source: News Corp Australia

ESSENDON chairman Paul Little has urged biochemist Stephen Dank to come forward to help the club.

Bombers chairman Paul Little is unhappy with ASADA's timing. Picture: Wayne Ludbey Source: News Corp Australia

Little said on Sunday no Essendon player would accept ASADA boss Ben McDevitt's offer of a six-month ban. He said Dons players had lost all faith in the process.

He said those players who gave honest testimony about the supplements regime — without conceding they did take thymosin beta 4 — were now the players with show-cause notices.

EMOTIONAL 'BOMBER' CALLS ON FANS SUPPORT

Little said Essendon never signed up to the joint investigation believing it would take 16 months, leak constantly and give Essendon no feedback about its progress.

But while former Dons biochemist Dank continues to ignore his ASADA show-cause notice, Little said he could help the club.

"I think Stephen Dank needs to become a part of this process, whether it's via ASADA or in some other way,'' he said.

Former Essendon midfielder Mark McVeigh is seriously concerned about the welfare of his old teammates and believes it'll be 'nearly impossible' for them to perform against Melbourne tomorrow.

"There is too much knowledge he knows that we don't know. He could help bring greater clarity to what is a very difficult set of circumstances."

Part of ASADA's alleged evidence against the Bombers is texts and emails from Dank that refer specially to the prohibited drug thymosin beta 4, with Dank also talking about it in a media interview.

WHAT GILLON MCLACHLAN HAS LEARNED FROM BOMBERS MESS

Hird said yesterday in his chairman's address and an ABC interview Essendon had asked but been rejected in a request for show-cause notices to be served after yesterday's game, not last Thursday.

Little does not have issue with James Hird joining the club's Federal Court action, which seeks a permanent stay on the ASADA-AFL investigation.

"We have told him to toe the party line and I believe he's been doing that. The club felt very strongly it now needed to take the action in needed and so did James."

Essendon players are resolute that they will not accept six-month suspensions, in part because of ASADA's conduct in the player interviews.

Hundreds of fans turn out to watch the Bombers train in a show of support after 34 Essendon players were issued show-cause notices by ASADA

A raft of players gave vague answers about their use of drugs like thymosin and AOD-9604 and then were alarmed when ASADA alleged they had confessed, with those names eventually published.

"All I can say is that during the investigation, during the interviews the players that have just said 'I could have taken it but I don't know whether it was from this bottle, that bottle or some other bottle, whether it was illegal, legal or what it was', the players that have gone in with an absolutely honest and open response to those sorts of questions are the ones that have now been targeted."

Essendon coach Mark Thompson speaks out after 34 Bombers players were issued show-cause notices from ASADA


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