2010 St Kilda Football Club season

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St Kilda Football Club
2010 season
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St Kilda
President Greg Westaway
Coach Ross Lyon
Captain(s) Nick Riewoldt
Home ground Etihad Stadium
Pre-season competition Runner up
AFL season 3rd
Finals series Runners up
Best and Fairest Lenny Hayes

The St Kilda Football Club competed in the 2010 Australian Football League (AFL) premiership season. They finished the home and away season in third place. They won through to the 2010 Grand Final after qualifying and preliminary finals wins and drew with Collingwood in the grand final, however they were beaten in the replay to finish runner up for the second consecutive year.

A number of new records were set by the Saints throughout 2010:

  • A new membership record, reported by the club to be 40,544 and the first time the membership has been over 40,000. This bettered the previous record membership of 33,522 in 2009.
  • The Round 2 win against North Melbourne by 104 points was a new St Kilda winning margin record against North Melbourne.[1]
  • A new record home and away game crowd for a match between St Kilda and Geelong of 58,208 was established in Round 13 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the fourth largest home game crowd in the club's history[2] and only the sixth home and away home game the club has played at the MCG in 114 years.[3] It was also a new record crowd for a St Kilda home game against Geelong.
  • The Round 16 away game crowd of 81,836 against Collingwood at the Melbourne Cricket Ground was a new record attendance for a home and away game involving St Kilda. It was also a new record crowd for a St Kilda away game against Collingwood.
  • The Round 17 home crowd of 49,373 against Hawthorn at Docklands was a new home and away game crowd record for a match between St Kilda and Hawthorn.
  • The Round 19 win against Port Adelaide by 94 points was a new St Kilda winning margin record against Port Adelaide.

2010 players list[edit]

  1 Jason Gram
  2 Steven King
  3 Jack Steven
  4 Clinton Jones
  5 Ben McEvoy
  6 Zac Dawson
  7 Lenny Hayes VC
10 Steven Baker
11 Leigh Montagna
12 Nick Riewoldt C
13 Adam Schneider
14 Jarryn Geary
15 Michael Gardiner
16 Raphael Clarke
17 Nicholas Winmar
18 Brendon Goddard
19 Sam Gilbert
 
20 David Armitage
21 Nick Heyne
22 Farren Ray
23 Justin Koschitzke
24 Sean Dempster
25 Sam Fisher
26 Nick Dal Santo
27 Jason Blake
28 Rhys Stanley
29 Tom Lynch
30 Brett Peake
31 Jesse Smith
32 Andrew McQualter
33 James Gwilt
34 Adam Pattison
38 Will Johnson
39 Alistair Smith
 
40 Robert Eddy
41 Paul Cahill
44 Stephen Milne
45 Luke Miles
Rookies:
36 Tomas Walsh
37 Leigh Fisher
42 Daniel Archer
43 Mark Hutchings
47 Tom Simpkin
48 Blake McGrath
49 Steven Gaertner
50 Jarryd Allen
 

NAB Cup[edit]

St Kilda qualified for the NAB cup Grand Final however were beaten by the Western bulldogs in to finish Runner up.

2010 Season Results[edit]

2010 NAB Cup
Round Home/Away St Kilda Opposition Their Score Win/Loss/Draw Diff Stadium Date Position
1 Home 2.13. 4. (100) Collingwood 1.13. 12. (99) Win 1 Docklands Stadium 19/2/2010 n/a
QF Home 2.9. 7. (79) Sydney 0.12. 6. (78) Win 1 Docklands Stadium 27/2/2010 n/a
SF Home 2.15. 7. (115) Fremantle 2.3. 9. (45) Win 70 Docklands Stadium 6/3/2010 n/a
GF Away 0. 9. 10. (64) Western Bulldogs 2. 13. 8. (104) Loss 40 Docklands Stadium 13/3/2010 n/a
2010 AFL Season
Round Home/Away St Kilda Opposition Their Score Win/Loss/Draw Diff Stadium Date Position
1 Away 15. 6. (96) Sydney 13. 10. (88) Win 8 Stadium Australia 27/3/2010 8th
2 Home 23. 5. (143) North Melbourne 6. 3. (39) Win 104 Docklands Stadium 3/4/2010 1st
3 Home 10. 9. (69) Collingwood 4. 17. (41) Win 28 Docklands Stadium 9/4/2010 1st
4 Home 16. 12. (108) Fremantle 14. 9. (93) Win 15 Docklands Stadium 18/4/2010 1st
5 Away 6. 8. (44) Port Adelaide 7. 12. (54) Loss 10 Football Park 24/4/2010 2nd
6 Away 7. 7. (49) Western Bulldogs 6. 10. (46) Win 3 Docklands Stadium 30/4/2010 3rd
7 Home 9. 14. (68) Carlton 20. 9. (129) Loss 61 Docklands Stadium 10/5/2010 5th
8 Home 11. 15. (81) Essendon 14. 9. (93) Loss 12 Docklands Stadium 16/5/2010 7th
9 Away 13. 13. (91) West Coast 8. 8. (56) Win 35 Subiaco Oval 23/5/2010 5th
10 Home 19. 9. (123) Adelaide 12. 4. (76) Win 47 Docklands Stadium 29/5/2010 4th
11 Away 14. 13. (97) Richmond 8. 11. (59) Win 38 Docklands Stadium 4/6/2010 3rd
12 Away 12. 13. (85) Fremantle 10. 7. (67) Win 18 Subiaco Oval 13/6/2010 2nd
13 Home 10. 10. (70) Geelong 6. 10. (46) Win 24 MCG 25/6/2010 2nd
14 Home 15. 10. (100) Melbourne 9. 11. (65) Win 35 Docklands Stadium 4/7/2010 2nd
15 Away 11. 13. (79) Brisbane Lions 10. 5. (65) Win 14 The Gabba 10/7/2010 2nd
16 Away 6. 16. (52) Collingwood 15. 10. (100) Loss 48 MCG 17/7/2010 3rd
17 Home 14. 3. (87) Hawthorn 13. 9. (87) Draw 0 Docklands Stadium 23/7/2010 3rd
18 Away 11. 9. (75) Essendon 16. 12. (108) Loss 33 Docklands Stadium 30/7/2010 3rd
19 Home 23. 13. (151) Port Adelaide 8. 9. (57) Win 94 Docklands Stadium 8/8/2010 3rd
20 Away 17. 13. (115) North Melbourne 9. 9. (63) Win 53 Docklands Stadium 15/8/2010 3rd
21 Home 17. 13. (115) Richmond 14. 10. (94) Win 24 Docklands Stadium 21/8/2010 3rd
22 Away 5. 7. (37) Adelaide 9. 11. (65) Loss 28 Football Park 28/8/2010 3rd
2010 AFL Finals Series
Round Attendance St Kilda Opposition Their Score Win/Loss/Draw Diff Stadium Date Norm Smith
QF2 63,608 12.11. (83) Geelong 11.13. (79) Win 4 MCG 3/9/2010 n/a
PF2 62,694 13.10. (88) Western Bulldogs 8.16. (64) Win 24 MCG 18/9/2010 n/a
GF1 100,016 10.8. (68) Collingwood 9.14. (68) Draw 0 MCG 25/9/2010 Lenny Hayes
GF2 93,853 7.10 (52) Collingwood 16.12 (108) Loss 56 MCG 2/10/2010 Scott Pendlebury

Ladder[edit]

2010 AFL Ladder
Team P W L D PF PA  % Pts
1 Collingwood (P) 22 17 4 1 2349 1658 141.68 70
2 Geelong 22 17 5 0 2518 1702 147.94 68
3 St Kilda 22 15 6 1 1935 1591 121.62 62
4 Western Bulldogs 22 14 8 0 2174 1734 125.37 56
5 Sydney 22 13 9 0 2017 1863 108.27 52
6 Fremantle 22 13 9 0 2168 2087 103.88 52
7 Hawthorn 22 12 9 1 2044 1847 110.67 50
8 Carlton 22 11 11 0 2143 1983 108.07 44
9 North Melbourne 22 11 11 0 1930 2208 87.41 44
10 Port Adelaide 22 10 12 0 1749 2123 82.38 40
11 Adelaide 22 9 13 0 1763 1870 94.28 36
12 Melbourne 22 8 13 1 1863 1971 94.52 34
13 Brisbane Lions 22 7 15 0 1775 2158 82.25 28
14 Essendon 22 7 15 0 1930 2402 80.35 28
15 Richmond 22 6 16 0 1714 2348 73.00 24
16 West Coast 22 4 18 0 1773 2300 77.09 16
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points for, PA = Points against

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