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[WATCH TV!!!] Sydney vs GWS Giants live online 5 August 2023

Designed by Indigenous artist Jade Kennedy of the Noongar Nation (Wadjak, Willman, Kaartdijin & Bibulman), the guernsey represents the yawa – or journey – of the club and its First Nations players and their families. The family totems of Bradley Hill, Jade Gresham, Nasiah Wanganeen Milera, Marcus Windhager, Isaac Keeler, Jack Peris and J’Noemi Anderson encircle the names of all First Nations Saints who have played a senior game for the club, representing the collective past and present, along with the foundations they have laid towards a proud future.

Visit the official Saints Match Centre for live in-game stats, highlights, news and other updates. Four goals from returning full forward Max King and a brilliant outing from Jack Sinclair has helped St Kilda to a gritty win on the road over GWS. By By Martin Pegan, AAP and Howard Kimber, AFL Media on Spearhead Max King sparkled in his first match of the season as St Kilda held off a brave Greater Western Sydney to snatch a 12-point triumph in an enthralling clash at Giants Stadium. King was superb on return from a shoulder reconstruction and a hamstring injury to finish with four goals as the Saints secured a 13.

Official AFL Website of the St Kilda Football ClubNo Team Stats Available There are currently no Stats available for this Match Your one-stop guide for everything you need to know heading into our Sir Doug Nicholls Round encounter against GWS. We're headed to Wann-gal annd Burramattagal Country for the opening week of Sir Doug Nicholls Round to face the GIANTS on their home deck. Round 10 | Sir Doug Nicholls Round GWS v St KildaSunday 21 May 4:40pm, GIANTS Stadium | Wann-gal annd Burramattagal CountryBroadcast live on Fox Footy, Kayo and the AFL Live Official App Sandringham will play GWS earlier in the day at the same venue, commencing at 12:55pm.

Parking There’s plenty of parking and you can pre-book your parking online, available until midnight the night before, to guarantee yourself a space in advance. Allow extra travel time as traffic may be heavier than usual, you can find real-time updates on traffic conditions at livetraffic. Follow St Kilda's official social media channels for all the latest news and behind-the-scenes action on game day. Join the conversation and show your support through Instagram, Facebook and Twitter by using the official hashtags #SaintsFooty and #AFLGiantsSaints.

Kelly13 Contested Possessions fourth QuarterTimeTeamPlayScore21:48Z. Langdon Goal66 - 2518:13J. Bell Goal66 - 1914:51D. Stephens Goal60 - 1912:16W. Hayward Goal54 - 198:21L. Parker Behind48 - 194:41J. Thurlow Goal47 - 191:23T. Hutchesson Behind41 - 19third QuarterTimeTeamPlayScore23:04J. Finlayson Behind41 - 1821:42T. Papley Behind41 - 1717:44J. Kelly Behind40 - 1717:00T.

The Member Zone is a new online space dedicated to link St Kilda members with all the information they need to get the most out of their memberships. To access our Member Zone, click here. In commemoration of its Ganbu marnang n’uther boolong – the Boonwurrung translation of '150th year' – and those who have contributed to its yawa, St Kilda Football Club is proud to unveil this year’s Indigenous Guernsey.

Services will be busy, especially after the game, so allow extra time getting home. Remember you'll need to use an Opal card or contactless payment method when travelling to and from the game on public transport. Register your details via the Opal website or app ahead of time. Look for the ‘green dots’ on-board services to find the safest places to sit or stand and check real-time capacity indicatorswhere available as you may need to wait for the next service with available capacity.

Papley Behind40 - 1615:48Z. Langdon Behind39 - 1611:57Z. Foot Goal39 - 153:35J. Finlayson Goal33 - 150:48Rushed33 - 9second QuarterTimeTeamPlayScore17:55N. Blakey Goal32 - 914:33Rushed26 - 912:26J. Cameron Goal26 - 87:05T. Papley Behind26 - 23:23N. Blakey Goal25 - 21:18J. Caldwell Behind19 - 2first QuarterTimeTeamPlayScore22:10J. Dawson Goal19 - 117:16J. Dawson Goal13 - 111:33Z. Langdon Behind7 - 18:26N. Blakey Behind7 - 03:30J. Rowbottom Goal6 - 0 POS Team Pts. % Form 1 COLL 64 132.

14 (92) to 12. 8 (80) victory on Sunday. With King back as the Saints’ focal point their small forwards Jack Higgins (three goals), Dan Butler and Jade Gresham (both two) were also able to run free in a close contest in which the lead changed hands 13 times Jack Sinclair (game-high 37 disposals, two goals), Nasiah Wanganeen-Milera (29) and Bradley Hill (20) were influential in the free-flowing contest, while first-year Saint Liam Stocker (24) was another to impress. The hard-fought victory entrenches the Saints (7-3) in the top eight, while the Giants (3-7) will rue a missed opportunity after they held the greatest margin of the tense tussle when leading by 13 points in the opening term. SAINTS MATCH CENTRE: View all news, stats and videos from Round 10 The Giants’ key forward Jesse Hogan was a threat in the air throughout and slotted two majors, but was off target with a set shot in the dying stages that would have reduced the margin to less than a goal.

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