Dropped Sydney veterans Ben McGlynn and Ted Richards have been given the time and opportunity to regain form before the Swans hit the AFL finals. Paul LaDue Jersey .Key back Richards and forward McGlynn were the high profile omissions from the Swans side chosen for Saturdays home game with Carlton.Premiership player Richards, who is possibly in his final season, was used as a forward in the two matches he played after a spell on the sidelines due to concussion.McGlynn, who has been plagued by soft tissue injuries over the past two seasons, was dropped after just one game back in the senior side.I think its probably the right time to help them find a bit of form, Swans assistant coach Stuart Dew said.Benny went back (to the reserves) a couple of weeks ago and played really well and Teddy also is really important to our plans going forward.Weve seen hes played forward a couple of times, but certainly he can play down back as well, so depending on matchups, hes certainly still in the mix.Bennys one (dropping) was really to find some form and get back into the side, because he is in our best 22 when hes playing at his best.The Swans side chosen to face the Blues was a youthful one, with the average age lowered by the absence of their three oldest players, Richards 33, co-captain Jarrad McVeigh 31 (groin injury) and McGlynn 30.The side contained four players aged 20 plus 19-year-old Callum Mills, with nine of the team having played under 30 games.Following Saturdays fixture, Sydney will play five more matches before what appears certain to be a seventh straight finals campaign.With the scramble for ladder positions in the top eight finals spots so tight, Dew accepted Sydneys four close losses could be costly for his club.They could be, but we cant change it now, Dew said. 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"Ive never seen it come down like that, especially for the entire game," said the 28-year-old who led the Eskimos to a 30-20 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Sunday night with two touchdown throws and a 12-yard TD rush in a torrential downpour. "Its tough. The ball gets heavy. Its getting slippery," he said, likening it to trying to catch a watermelon. Edmonton had already jumped out to a 16-0 lead before the rains came and the Ticats were forced to play catch up in awful conditions. That early lead was a "huge" advantage, according to Reilly. "When the weather hit, then it was just a chess match of back and forth and field position," he said. "And at that point in time, if you got a ball in the end zone, then you feel pretty lucky." Reilly completed 14-of-22 pass attempts for 130 yards. It was the Ticats home opener at Alumni Stadium, home to the University of Guelph Gryphons, which was temporarily expanded this season to seat a capacity 13,000 while a new stadium is built in Hamilton. Game attendance for the home opener was announced as 12,612, but most of those made a run for it when the rains came heavy in the second quarter. Hugh Charles had two touchdowns and Fred Stamps added one for Edmonton while CJ Gable and Ed Gant scored for Hamilton. Hamilton kicker Luca Congi made two of three field-goal attempts, from 39 and 26 yards and missed from 42. Edmonton improved to 1-1 after a 39-18 loss to Saskatchewan last week. After putting up 34 points in last weeks 39-34 loss to Toronto, the Ticats (0-2) could only muster 20 points in the weather. "They played with more energy than us," said Hamilton QB Henry Burris, who completed 18-of-35 pass attempts for 229 yards, one TD and two interceptions. "Weve got to do a better job of seizing momentum when we get some momentum. 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Congi hit field goals from 39 and 26 yards as the Ticats picked away at the lead during a second quarter where the field was barely playable. Edmonton led 16-13 at the half. Charles looked to be in the dog house when he fumbled the opening kickoff and the Ticats recovered at the Edmonton 40-yard line. But they couldnt convert as Congi missed a 42-yard field-goal attempt and Edmonton ran it out. The Esks scored on the ensuing possession as Charles redeemed himself with a 70-yard TD run. After scoring a safety followed by an 11-yard TD grab by Stamps to finish a 61-yard, five-play drive, Hamiltons Gable drove the ball in from the two-yard line to cap a 38-yard drive. He was aided by two penalties against Edmonton including pass interference in the end zone to make it 16-7 before the downpour came to end the quarter. Neither team got much going to start the second half as the rain continued to pour. 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