Western Bulldogs v Port Adelaide Round 14 2008

Bulldogs Singing Their Club Song
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Bulldogs Singing Their Club Song

Western Bulldogs players sing their club song after their big win over Port Power. The Bulldogs showed great skill, speed and superior fitness in dismantling the hapless Power on Saturday night. With Akermanis and Johnson controlling the forward line, and having eleven different players kicking goals, they proved they will be hard to beat when the finals come around in September.

Akermanis Brings Back The Hand Stand
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Akermanis Brings Back The Hand Stand

Jason Akermanis after a near best on ground performance excited the large crowd with his not to often seen hand stand. Akermanis who was banned from doing the feat at the start of this year for club unity reasons, was egged on by the crowd to perform it for the first time. It will yet to be seen if he cops any criticism from the playing group after this, as concerns were heard to be raised by some of the players as they left the ground. But still the large crowd appreciated his efforts during and after the game.

Port Power Players Gather After Loss
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Port Power Players Gather After Loss

Port Power players gather together after their huge loss to the Western Bulldogs. The Power had no answer to the Bulldogs superior speed and fitness and lacked a cohesive game plan. All they can do now is start to build on what they plan to do for next year.

Alipate Carlile Goes Up for Mark
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Alipate Carlile Goes Up for Mark

Port Power's Alipate Carlile takes a mark in the Bulldogs forward line on Saturday night.

Adam Thomson Kicks To Space
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Adam Thomson Kicks To Space


Port Power's Adam Thomson gets the Power out of trouble in their game against the Western Bulldogs on Saturday night.

Warren Tredrea Gets a Mark
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Warren Tredrea Gets a Mark

Warren Tredrea marks in Ports forward line against the Western Bulldogs on Saturday night. Tredrea, who manged only two goals for the game, was one of the many Port Power players to go missing for most of the game.

Ryan Griffen Gathers Football
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Ryan Griffen Gathers Football

Ryan Griffen gathers the ball on the wing on Saturday night against Port Power. Griffen used his superior pace to out run his slower opponents.  Griffen was easily one his sides best players and was a constant driving force for the Bulldogs all night

Port Power Coach Mark Williams
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Port Power Coach Mark Williams


Mark Williams, coach of the Port Adelaide Power, runs from the field after the three quarter time break. Williams has a lot of work ahead of him if he is to get the Power playing anywhere near their glory days.

Brad Johnson Takes a Mark
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Brad Johnson Takes a Mark


Brad Johnson takes a strong mark in front of Port's Michael Pettigrew in the forward line on Saturday night. Johnson who along with Jason Akermanis gave the Power defenders nightmares for most of the game, finishing with three goals to his name.

David Rodan Gathers the Football
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David Rodan Gathers the Football


David Rodan gathers the ball on the wing for Port Power during his sides loss to the Western Bulldogs in Darwin on Saturday night.

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