Stuart Dew
Australian rules footballer
Stuart Dew
Stuart Dew is a former Australian rules footballer and dual premiership-player for Port Adelaide and Hawthorn in the Australian Football League. Dew was a student at Enfield High School prior to his AFL career. Dew was most recognised for his "raking" (as described by many commentators) left-foot kicks, which would often reach over 50 metres. The runs generated by Dew often lead to many goals from outside the 50-metre arc.
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Port playing with Primus-like pride: Dew
The Canberra Times - almost 5 years
Former Port Adelaide premiership player Stuart Dew feels his old club is finally playing with the sort of qualities Matthew Primus showed on the field.
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Finals diary - AFL.com
Google News - over 5 years
Assistant coach Stuart Dew stands talking on the half-forward flank about 80 metres diagonally and 1082 days from where and when he kicked the first of his two game-breaking goals in the third quarter of the 2008 Grand Final
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The Game Plan – opportunity presents - Sydney Swans
Google News - over 5 years
In this week's Game Plan, Swans defensive coach, Stuart Dew, talks about the key defensive points his players will focus on against St Kilda in tomorrow night's elimination final... It's been a long year of preparation to get to this point,
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Pubs give footy fans what Channel 7 won't - WA today
Google News - over 5 years
Do you know of any other pubs that are showing the Geelong-Hawthorn game live tomorrow night? Comment on this story or email news@watoday.com.au to let us know. Happy Hawks : Michael Osborne and Stuart Dew celebrate the 2008 grand final win over
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Channel Ten foots the bill for Nicole Cornes defamation case - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Justice Peek had previously ruled Mrs Cornes be paid $83000 in damages for the incident in which Molloy alleged, on live television, that she had a sex with footballer Stuart Dew. The network and Molloy were also ordered to pay for Mrs Cornes' legal
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The Game Plan - bounce back - Sydney Swans
Google News - over 5 years
In this week's Game Plan, Swans defensive coach Stuart Dew talks about how the team plan to get over last week's heartbreak and tackle the Tigers at the MCG... Despite the disappointing loss last weekend to the Bombers, the boys have bounced back
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Preview: Hawthorn v Port Adelaide - AFL.com
Google News - over 5 years
Not so long ago the Hawks had a strong Port Adelaide influence with Alastair Clarkson as coach, Damien Hardwick his assistant, Chris Pelchen managing the list, Andrew Russell the conditioning coach and Brent Guerra, Stephen Gilham and Stuart Dew on the
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Defa-haha-mation… is there any room for humour in the law of defamation? - Lexology (registration)
Google News - over 5 years
The column was an apparent reference to the football player Stuart Dew. During an interview with Stuart Dew on Before the Game, this article was mentioned, leading to a quip by Molloy about the parameters of the relationship between Dew and Nicole
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Bombers' Ryder expected to mount midfield challenge to Goodes - Coastal Times
Google News - over 5 years
''If Goodes went in [the middle] I wouldn't expect him [Ryder] to follow,'' Swans assistant coach Stuart Dew said. ''If he was playing down back he'd probably just wait for him down there, but I don't think they'll go a Hille and a Ryder at the centre
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Bombers' Ryder expected to mount midfield challenge to Goodes - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
''If Goodes went in [the middle] I wouldn't expect him [Ryder] to follow,'' Swans assistant coach Stuart Dew said. ''If he was playing down back he'd probably just wait for him down there, but I don't think they'll go a Hille and a Ryder at the centre
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Good bye: Swans resting up before their finals assault - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Photo: Anthony Johnson DUAL premiership winner Stuart Dew is encouraging the Swans' younger players to push through late-season physical and mental barriers and ensure they don't drop their intensity as the team prepares for a critical run home
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Williams retires his sweet kicking style - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
He combined for one with Stuart Dew, the pair taking on three Geelong defenders with a series of scrambled handballs before Williams found space and that goal would be remembered for a long time, said football manager Mark Evans
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Does the law have a sense of humour? - The New Lawyer
Google News - over 5 years
On 28 June 2008, Stuart Dew (a former AFL player) was interviewed on Channel Ten's Before the Game. The show is hosted by a panel, including several well-known comedians. Since it first aired in 2003, a regular segment is an interview with a player
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Mick Molloy sorry for defamation loss - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
There is never any malice in this show." Molloy suggested Cornes had slept with former footballer Stuart Dew, a friend of her stepson, Port Adelaide player Chad Cornes. "It was ... never meant to be anything other than a joke," Molloy said
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Mick Molloy's joke ruled defamatory - Chortle Australia
Google News - over 5 years
She successfully claimed in the Supreme Court that Molloy had humiliated her by saying she had sex with former football player Stuart Dew because of comments he made in a June 2008 episode of Before the Game. Mrs Cornes, who was Labor's candidate in th
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Media Watch - AFL.com
Google News - over 5 years
Sydney Swans defensive coach Stuart Dew told Blake a side's tackling numbers were a good gauge of its intensity. "(Tackling numbers) are always up in our winning games," Dew said. "It's pressure around the ball. It's a good indicator
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Felling man with the ball in a tackle wins games - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
According to Sydney defensive coach Stuart Dew, the Swans' tackling numbers are a good gauge of overall intensity. Carlton, which has jumped to second on the table this season at 75 tackles a game, out-tackled the Swans 88-70 at Etihad Stadium on
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Mark Duffield: Hands up if you can't win flag - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
They had Kane Cornes, Roger James, Gavin Wanganeen, Byron Pickett, Peter and Shaun Burgoyne, Adam Kingsley, Dom Cassisi, Damien Hardwick, Stuart Dew, Josh Carr, Byron Pickett and Jarrad Schofield to rearrange as required to fill the hole left midfield
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Stuart Dew
    THIRTIES
  • 2010
    Age 30
    In 2010, Dew joined the Sydney Swans as an assistant coach.
    More Details Hide Details Dew is known for his ability to score goals from outside 50 but one of his most memorable goals came at AAMI Stadium against Hawthorn in 2005. He kicked a goal by shrugging two tackles and kicking a goal on the hard side of AAMI stadium's forward line, earning a Goal Of The Year nomination. His second goal in the third quarter of the 2008 AFL Grand Final was widely proclaimed as the best five minutes of his footballing life.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2009
    Age 29
    A series of soft tissues injuries restricted Dew to 11 games in 2009 and he announced that he will retire from AFL at the end of the 2009 season.
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  • 2008
    Age 28
    He debuted for Hawthorn against Melbourne in round 1 2008, and injured his hamstring in his second match against Fremantle.
    More Details Hide Details He missed some games later in the year by injuring his hamstring again but was fit and playing good footy by the time of the finals. Stuart repaid the faith shown in him with a brilliant burst in the Grand Final when the result was still in the balance in the third quarter, kicking two goals and setting up two others.
  • 2007
    Age 27
    He nominated himself for the 2007 AFL National draft and was selected by Hawthorn with its third round selection (#45 overall).
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    Despite not playing football at any level during 2007, Dew announced his intentions to come out of retirement to pursue an AFL career again.
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  • 2006
    Age 26
    On 6 November 2006, Dew announced his retirement from the AFL.
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  • 2005
    Age 25
    The 2005 season saw Dew play a running half-back role and played in all 24 games for Port.
    More Details Hide Details He complemented Port recruit Nathan Lonie, in that they played similar roles.
  • 2004
    Age 24
    He was occasionally criticised for his lack of dedication on the training track; however as he matured, Dew became an important player for the Power as evidenced during the 2004 season when he booted 31 goals and was a part of the club's premiership.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1997
    Age 17
    He debuted with the Port Adelaide Football Club in 1997, their inaugural year in the AFL, but it wasn't until the 1998 season that he received regular selection.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1979
    Born
    Born on August 18, 1979.
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