2010 NAB Cup


2010 NAB Cup
2010 AFL pre-season competition
NAB Cup Logo
NAB Cup Logo
Teams 16
Winners Western Bulldogs (1st title)
Matches played   15
Attendance 227,481  (average 15,165 per match)
Michael Tuck Medallist Barry Hall (Western Bulldogs)


The 2010 NAB Cup was the Australian Football League (AFL) pre-season competition that was played before the 2010 home and away season. The games were played between 12 February and 13 March, with the first match being between West Coast and Essendon at Subiaco Oval. It was the last pre-season competition held in the current knockout format due to the entry of the Gold Coast Football Club into the AFL in 2011.[1]

For the first time, a game was held at Blacktown Olympic Park as part of the AFL's plan to increase the profile of Australian rules football in the Western Sydney Region before the introduction of the new Greater Western Sydney Football Club in 2012. The game was played between Sydney and Carlton.[2]

Contents

Games

The first round fixtures were announced by the AFL on 27 October 2009.[3][4]

First round

First Round
Friday, 12 February 5:40pm West Coast 1.16.12 (117) def. Essendon 0.12.10 (82) Subiaco Oval (crowd: 23,860) Report
Saturday, 13 February 4:10pm Adelaide 1.8.10 (67) def. by Port Adelaide 2.15.15 (123) AAMI Stadium (crowd: 14,663) Report
Saturday, 13 February 7:40pm Hawthorn 3.16.12 (135) def. Richmond 0.9.8 (62) Aurora Stadium (crowd: 11,217) Report
Sunday, 14 February 4:40pm Western Bulldogs 1.5.14 (53) def. Brisbane Lions 1.5.6 (45) Manuka Oval (crowd: 3,707) Report
Friday, 19 February 7:40pm St Kilda 2.13.4 (100) def. Collingwood 1.13.12 (99) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,801) Report
Saturday, 20 February 7:40pm Sydney 2.7.11 (71) def. Carlton 0.8.11 (59) Blacktown Olympic Park (crowd: 9,732) Report
Sunday, 21 February 4:40pm Geelong 2.10.3 (81) def. by North Melbourne 2.11.11 (95) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 12,989) Report
Sunday, 21 February 5:40pm Fremantle 1.13.10 (97) def. Melbourne 2.4.8 (50) Subiaco Oval (crowd: 11,031) Report


Quarter-finals

Quarter-finals
Friday 26 February 7:40pm Hawthorn 0.7.12 (54) def. by Western Bulldogs 1.15.12 (111) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 17,222) Report
Saturday 27 February 7:10pm St Kilda 2.9.7 (79) def. Sydney 0.12.6 (78) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 10,998) Report
Saturday 27 February 5:40pm West Coast 2.8.14 (80) def. by Port Adelaide 4.19.8 (158) Subiaco Oval (crowd: 16,231) Report
Sunday 28 February 5:10pm North Melbourne 0.13.12 (90) def. by Fremantle 1.12.13 (94) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 7,877) Report


Semi-finals

Semi-finals
Friday 5 March 7:40pm Western Bulldogs 1.11.17 (92) def. Port Adelaide 1.12.8 (89) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 10,531)
Saturday 6 March 7:10pm St Kilda 2.15.7 (115) def. Fremantle 2.3.9 (45) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 5,241)
  • Both games were played in Melbourne, due to the Adelaide Festival restricting accommodation in Adelaide and Subiaco Oval being used for the AC/DC concerts.[5]
  • Severe thunderstorms that hit Melbourne restricted the crowd attendance on Saturday night's game.


Final

2010 NAB Cup Final
Saturday, 13 March 7:10 pm Western Bulldogs def. St Kilda Etihad Stadium (Crowd: 42,381) Report
0.4.5 (29)
1.5.6 (45)
2.7.7 (67)
2.13.8 (104)
Q1
Q2
Q3
Final
0.1.1 (7)
0.3.5 (23)
0.7.10 (52)
0.9.10 (64)
Umpires: Rosebury, Stevic, Chamberlain
Michael Tuck Medal: Barry Hall (Western Bulldogs)
Television broadcast: One/Ten Network
Hahn, Higgins Super Goals
Hall 7, Higgins 2, Akermanis, Everitt, Murphy, Griffen Goals Riewoldt 4, Gram, Goddard, Milne, Geary, Koschitzke
Hall, Cooney, Griffen, Boyd, Higgins, Murphy, Gilbee, Hudson Best Riewoldt, Goddard, Dal Santo, Gram, Jones, Montagna
Hahn (cracked eye socket), Eagleton (back/hamstring), Ward (groin). Injuries S Fisher (ankle).
Nil Reports Nil


Summary of results

Round One   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
 West Coast 117  
 Essendon 82        West Coast 80  
 Adelaide 67      Port Adelaide 158  
 Port Adelaide 123          Port Adelaide 89  
 Hawthorn 135          Western Bulldogs 92  
 Richmond 62        Hawthorn 54
 Western Bulldogs 53      Western Bulldogs 111  
 Brisbane Lions 45          Western Bulldogs 104
 St Kilda 100          St Kilda 64
 Collingwood 99        St Kilda 79  
 Sydney 71      Sydney 78  
 Carlton 59          St Kilda 115
 Geelong 81          Fremantle 45  
 North Melbourne 94        North Melbourne 90
 Fremantle 97      Fremantle 94  
 Melbourne 50  

NAB Challenge

Teams that are eliminated from the NAB Cup are scheduled to play against each other, mostly at regional venues, to provide all teams warm-up games for the main season and expose regional audiences to AFL level football.[6]

Week 1
Friday 26 February 7:00pm Collingwood 11.8 (74) def. Adelaide 8.6 (54) Traeger Park Report
Friday 26 February 4:00pm Carlton 14.9 (93) def. Brisbane Lions 12.8 (80) Visy Park Report
Saturday 27 February 1:00pm Melbourne 11.14 (80) def. by Essendon 18.12 (120) Visy Park Report
Saturday 27 February 4:00pm Geelong 7.9 (51) def. by Richmond 15.12 (102) Yea Recreation Reserve Report
Week 2
Friday 5 March 4:00pm Richmond 9.8 (62) def. by Collingwood 11.24 (90) Visy Park
Saturday 6 March 10:30am West Coast 16.9 (105) def. Carlton 9.12 (66) Leederville Oval
Saturday 6 March 2:00pm Hawthorn 6.7 (43) def. by North Melbourne 12.11 (83) Northern Oval, Ballarat, Victoria
Saturday 6 March 3:00pm Brisbane Lions vs. Geelong Visy Park Cancelled[7]
Saturday 6 March 4:00pm Adelaide 9.15 (69) def. Melbourne 10.7 (67) Elizabeth Oval, Adelaide
Saturday 6 March 7:00pm Sydney 14.7 (91) def. Essendon 9.9 (63) Blacktown Stadium, Sydney
  • The match between Brisbane Lions and Geelong was originally scheduled to be held in Southport, Queensland but was moved to Visy Park due to flooding in that region of Queensland. Severe storms in Melbourne that coincided with the start time for the relocated match, led to the match being cancelled.
Week 3
Friday 12 March 3:30pm Brisbane Lions 7.14 (56) def. Hawthorn 6.9 (45) Fankhauser Reserve, Southport, Queensland Report
Friday 12 March 4:00pm Carlton 11.16 (82) def. by Adelaide 12.11 (83) Visy Park Report
Friday 12 March 7:00pm Sydney 14.15 (99) def. North Melbourne 8.9 (57) Nerrandera, New South Wales Report
Saturday 13 March 2:00pm Melbourne 12.14 (86) def. by West Coast 18.16 (124) Casey Fields Report
Saturday 13 March 3:30pm Richmond 11.7 (73) def. by Essendon 23.9 (147) Morwell, Victoria Report
Saturday 13 March 3:00pm Port Adelaide 15.7 (97) def. by Collingwood 27.16 (178) Malseed Park, Mt Gambier, South Australia Report
Saturday 13 March 4:30pm Fremantle 10.5 (65) def. by Geelong 14.12 (96) Fremantle Oval Report


See also

  • 2010 AFL season
  • 2009 NAB Cup

References

External links


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • 2010 Melbourne Football Club season — Melbourne Football Club 2010 season Melbourne s guernsey for the 2010 season President Jim Stynes Coach …   Wikipedia

  • 2010–11 North Queensland Fury FC season — North Queensland Fury 2010–11 season Chairman Rabieh Krayem Manager Frantisek Straka [1] A League 11th (Last) Top goalscorer League: Da …   Wikipedia

  • Mickey Mouse cup — is a subjective term used in football, particularly in English football, to negatively describe a cup, league, or other competition as being of a lower standard, importance or significance to a football club or manager relative to other… …   Wikipedia

  • Mitch Duncan — Personal information Full name …   Wikipedia

  • Matthew O'Dwyer — Personal information Birth 21 July 1988(1988 07 21) Recruited from Calder Cannons(Vic U/18) Height and weight 181 cm / 82 kg Playing career¹ Debut 2008 …   Wikipedia

  • Daniel Stewart (Australian footballer) — For other people named Daniel Stewart, see Daniel Stewart (disambiguation). Daniel Stewart Personal information Full name Daniel Stewart …   Wikipedia

  • Australian Football League pre-season competition — The Australian Football League pre season competition, which is known at present as the NAB Cup, is a competition held before the beginning of the Australian Football League (AFL) premiership season. It is currently a four round competition held… …   Wikipedia

  • AFL Rising Star — Country Australia First awarded 1993 Television coverage Network Seven Network (1993 2001) Network Ten (2002 2009) One HD (2010 present) The …   Wikipedia

  • Own goal — An own net occurs in goal scoring games when a player scores a goal that is registered against his or her own team. It is usually accidental, and may be a result of an attempt at defensive play that failed or was spoiled by opponents. The term… …   Wikipedia

  • 2006 Collingwood Football Club season — Collingwood Football Club 2006 season Collingwood s guernsey for the 2006 season President Eddie McGuire Coach …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.