NAB Challenge Live Sydney Swans vs Port Adelaide Power Stream Week 01 AFL Pre Seasons 2016 Free Online.Sydney Swans vs Port Adelaide Power math will be kick off at Blacktown International Sportspark, Australia, Saturday 20 February 2016 online, 16.40 pm (AEDT) and its broadcast on Channel Seven, Foxtell.
Footy’s back, and the Power will take on the Swans in a friendly NAB Challenge encounter at Blacktown International Sportspark on Saturday afternoon. For Port, the game will be a test of its new players – four of whom have never played at AFL level before. The Swans, by contrast, will use the chance to trial some new strategies, players in positions and return some of their experienced players to the fold.
WHERE AND WHEN: Blacktown International Sportspark, Saturday 4.40pm AEST
LAST FOUR TIMES IN PRE-SEASON GAMES
2013, Port Adelaide 15.12 (102) d Sydney Swans 10.12 (72) at AAMI Stadium
2009, Port Adelaide 4.16.11 (143) d Sydney Swans 1.10.9 (78) at StarTrack Oval
SF, 2002, Port Adelaide 13.6 (84) d Sydney Swans 10.10 (70) at AAMI Stadium
2001, Port Adelaide 17.10 (112) d Sydney Swans 15.17 (107) at AAMI Stadium
THE SIX POINTS
1. Port Adelaide has named five new players this weekend to play the Swans, while a number of first-choice players will remain in Adelaide.
2. While the Swans dominate Port Adelaide in regular season, the Power is undefeated in pre-season hit outs. The two sides have played four matches between them.
3. Cam Hewett might well played against his brother George Hewett during the game if the final cuts of both teams fall into place.
4. This is Port Adelaide’s first game in Blacktown.
5. With Travis Boak, Brad Ebert, Matt Lobbe and Hamish Hartlett all out of the side, the captaincy of the Power will fall to any of the remaining leadership players in Tom Jonas, Jackson Trengove or Ollie Wines.
6. Port Adelaide will be battling the Swans’ superior forward stocks on Saturday, with first-choice forwards Charlie Dixon, Justin Westhoff, Jay Schulz and Robbie Gray all out of the side.
A great learning challenge for the Power’s new players.
Sydney Swans: 1. James Rose, 4. Dan Hannebery, 5. Isaac Heeney, 6. Tom Mitchell, 7. Harry Cunningham, 8. Kurt Tippett, 11. Jeremy Laidler, 12. Josh P. Kennedy, 13. Toby Nankervis, 14. Callum Mills, 17. Jack Hiscox, 18. Callum Sinclair, 22. Dean Towers, 23. Lance Franklin, 24. Dane Rampe 26. Luke Parker, 27. Daniel Robinson, 29. George Hewett, 30. Tyrone Leonardis, 31. Harry Marsh, 32. Michael Talia, 33. Brandon Jack, 34. Jordan Dawson, 36. Aliir Aliir, 39. Heath Grundy, 40. Nick Smith, 41. Tom Papley, 42. Xavier Richards, 44. Jake Lloyd
Port Adelaide Power: 2. Kane Mitchell, 3. Jake Neade, 5. Matthew Broadbent, 11. John Butcher, 12. Jackson Trengove, 13. Cam O’Shea, 14. Paul Stewart, 15. Karl Amon, 16. Ollie Wines, 17. Tom Clurey, 18. Jimmy Toumpas, 19. Matt White, 20. Chad Wingard, 21. Jared Polec, 24. Jarman Impey, 26. Riley Bonner, 27. Alipate Carlile, 29. Jasper Pittard, 30. Sam Colquhoun, 31. Aidyn Johnson, 32. Dougal Howard, 33. Darcy Byrne-Jones, 34. Will Snelling, 36. Jack Hombsch, 37. Jesse Palmer, 40. Aaron Young, 41. Brendon Ah Chee, 42. Tom Jonas, 44. Cameron Hewett