EDITORS BLURB <br />Welcome to the Ozsports Weekly Update. Each week Ozsports will produce a visual weekly update of all the sports news and results each week. <br />What a week it has been in sports Richmond finally won their 1st game defeating Port Power in their 140th year celebrations. <br />While I’m talking about the black and white Power’s sister team in the SANFL Port Adelaide (Magpies) also lost their match on the weekend souring their 140th celebrations on the weekend. <br />The Adelaide Thunderbirds continue their winning ways winning their round 11 match defeating the Canterbury Tactix on Sunday Adelaide Thunderbirds moving to 2nd position and capulatating Tactix to the bottom of the ladder. <br />Red Bull’s Mark Webber on his way to his third win from pole position is derailed by fellow team mate SebastionVettel when hit during the 41st lap. Webber was able to recover and come in third position behind Button and team mate Hamilton. A Vodaphone, Mercedes McLaren 1,2. <br />
ANZ CHAMPIONSHIP <br />Results from 29th – 31stMay<br />
F1 Grand Prix <br />LEWIS Hamilton led a McLaren 1-2 at the Turkish Grand Prix after a dramatic run-in between teammates Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel denied Red Bull a sweep. <br />The Red Bull pair touched as Vettel looked to pass along the Istanbul Park Circuit's fastest section, causing the German driver to spin out of the race.<br />Webber, who had led for the entire 40 laps to that point, recovered for third behind Jenson Button as Red Bull's pit-lane team looked on in astonishment. <br />Webber extends his lead in the drivers championship. <br />
AFL <br />Round 10, 29th – 31st May 2010<br />Essendon 15.8.99 – Western Bulldogs 14.6.90<br />Geelong 18.13.121 – Melbourne 10.7.67<br />Richmond 10.17.77 - Port Power 3.12.30<br />Brisbane Lions 13.10.88 - Collingwood 11.14.80<br />St. Kilda 19.9.123 - Adelaide Crows 12.4.76<br />Hawthorn 10.19.79 - Sydney Swans 11.11.77<br />Carlton 15.15.105 - West Coast Eagles 11.10.76<br />Fremantle 21.13.139 - North Melbourne 11.12.78<br />
Soccer <br /> Westfield Matildas win AFC Asian Cup<br />Monday, 31 May 2010<br />Asian Cup Final 2010<br />The Westfield Matildas have braved one of their toughest ever encounters to beat DPR Korea on penalties and win the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup.<br />On their second attempt for Asia’s biggest football prize the Westfield Matildas defied a rain-soaked and humid Chengdu night and a rapidly deteriorating pitch to become the first Australian team to win the Asian Cup.<br />With the win comes entry into the World Cup next year. <br />
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