Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League

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Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League
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The Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League is an Australian rules football league based in central Victoria. This is a minor league with clubs coming from towns near the regional centres of Maryborough, and Castlemaine.

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History

The Maryborough District Football League was formed prior to 1914. It absorbed a number of clubs from the Castlemaine District Football League, when that competition ceased in 1952. Other clubs from the Castlemaine District Football League moved to the Bendigo District Football Association.

The name was changed to Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League in 1982.

In 2011 the league admitted 4 clubs from the Lexton Plains Football League that had gone into recess.

The highest ever score in a senior game of Australian rules football was scored in this league in 1990, when Campbells Creek defeated Primrose 100.34 (634) to 3.0 (18). [1]

On 27 June 2015, Navarre defeated Royal Park to set a new record for most consecutive wins (31) in the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League. Navarre's last loss was in the 2013 2nd Qualifying Final where Newstead won by 24 points. [2]

Clubs

Current clubs

JumperClubNicknameYears in competitionPremierships
Avoca Football Club colours.jpg
AvocaBulldogs2005–, joined from Lexton Plains FL -
Campbells Creek Football Club colours.jpg
Campbells CreekMagpies1952–1953
Carisbrook Football Club colours.jpg
CarisbrookRedbacks1919–1925, 1929, 1949, 1950, 1954, 1960, 1964, 1970, 1976, 1980, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2017, 2018
Dunolly Football Club colours.jpg
DunollyEagles1919–1981, 2004–, joined from Loddon Valley FL 1919, 1920, 1930, 1932, 1933, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1969
Harcourt Football Club colours.jpg
HarcourtLions1970–, joined from Bendigo Football Association1971, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2022
Lexton Football Club colours.jpg
LextonTigers2011–, joined from Lexton Plains FL -
Maffra Football Club colours.jpg
Maldon Bombers1952–1952, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1988, 2010
Maryborough Rovers Football Club colours.jpg
Maryborough RoversMagpies1966 -1978, 1990, 1991
SwanReachDesign.png
Natte-BealibaSwans2011–, joined from Lexton Plains FL 2011, 2019
Navarre Football Club colours.jpg
NavarreGrasshoppers2011–, joined from Lexton Plains FL 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Newstead Football Club colours.jpg
NewsteadKangaroos19601938, 1939, 1966, 1979, 1993, 2000, 2009
RichmondDesign.svg
Royal ParkTigers19341935, 1967, 1968, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1977, 1981, 1982
Talbot Football Club colours.jpg
TalbotHawks1956–, joined from Lexton FL1965, 1989, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001
StKildaDesign.svg
TrenthamSaints1988–, joined from Riddell District FL 1992, 1994

Former Clubs

Recent Premierships

2007 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Harcourt 1402020601094188.30%56
Avoca 1303019511016192.03%52
Carisbrook 1204018121064170.30%48
Talbot 110501804954189.10%44
Maldon 808013821347102.60%32
Maryborough Rovers808013511343100.60%32
Newstead6010015121499100.87%24
Royal Park601001120130485.89%24
Dunolly10150845251333.63%4
Trentham10150808251132.18%4

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationTalbot71355Maryborough Rovers6541
QualifyingAvoca81361Carisbrook12880
1st SemiAvoca1510100Talbot12375
2nd SemiHarcourt131492Carisbrook131189
PreliminaryAvoca15898Carisbrook9660
GrandHarcourt217133Avoca91468

2008 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Carisbrook 162112216966229.40%74
Maldon 1523021271199177.40%68
Harcourt 1424023071424162.01%64
Avoca 1325022391172191.04%60
Talbot 1225120861211172.25%58
Maryborough Rovers929017841439123.97%44
Newstead7211017411659104.94%36
Dunolly621201098221749.53%32
Trentham421401382215764.07%24
Royal Park12170900242237.16%12
Campbells Creek12170923293731.43%12

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationAvoca12476Talbot61652
QualifyingMaldon7648Harcourt121284
1st SemiMaldon1610106Avoca81462
2nd SemiCarisbrook1615111Harcourt167103
PreliminaryMaldon131997Harcourt91367
GrandCarisbrook1617113Maldon11268

2009 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Avoca 142201844900204.89%64
Dunolly 1323019691030191.17%60
Newstead 122401965900218.33%56
Harcourt 1125016061046153.54%52
Carisbrook 1125017501189147.18%52
Maldon828016891382122.21%40
Talbot828014991313114.17%40
Maryborough Rovers621001160152576.07%32
Royal Park42120828191343.28%24
Campbells Creek12150837228336.66%12
Trentham02160715238130.03%8

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationHarcourt1610106Carisbrook7951
QualifyingNewstead121486Dunolly91064
1st SemiDunolly1617113Harcourt141599
2nd SemiNewstead12678Avoca8654
PreliminaryDunolly91670Avoca10969
GrandNewstead111682Dunolly101373

2010 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Maldon 142201969918214.49%64
Avoca 132211718858200.23%62
Maryborough Rovers 1124117801148155.05%54
Newstead 1124116761116150.18%54
Carisbrook 1124114151001141.36%54
Campbells Creek102601414152492.78%48
Harcourt52921287149386.20%32
Dunolly521101207167372.15%28
Talbot321301043177858.66%20
Trentham121501148172466.59%12
Royal Park12150688211232.58%12

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationNewstead8452Carisbrook8856
QualifyingAvoca121183Maryborough Rovers6238
1st SemiCarisbrook71355Maryborough Rovers81563
2nd SemiAvoca1611107Maldon12678
PreliminaryMaldon2013133Maryborough Rovers12173
GrandMaldon111278Avoca91165

2011 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Lexton 150102050865236.99%60
Carisbrook 130211830991184.66%54
Navarre 130301905835228.14%52
Maldon 1204020891198174.37%48
Natte-Bealiba 1105017461046166.92%44
Dunolly 808018151426127.28%32
Harcourt 808015581297120.12%32
Maryborough Rovers 808015251339113.89%32
Trentham808016131552103.93%32
Newstead609115781459108.16%26
Avoca601001283172174.55%24
Talbot201401088220349.39%8
Royal Park10150487308915.77%4
Campbells Creek001601015256139.63%0

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationDunolly13987Harcourt8452
EliminationNatte Bealiba1723125Maryborough Rovers3624
QualifyingCarisbrook14993Navarre14791
QualifyingLexton1610106Maldon9761
SemiNavarre81765Harcourt51040
SemiNatte Bealiba15999Maldon121587
PreliminaryNavarre10767Lexton81159
PreliminaryNatte Bealiba10767Carisbrook91266
GrandNatte Bealiba121183Navarre10565

2012 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Lexton 150102264541418.48%60
Carisbrook 140201943843230.49%56
Navarre 1303018191091166.73%52
Maldon 1105020361290157.83%44
Newstead 1105017521222143.37%44
Trentham 1105019841386143.15%44
Natte-Bealiba 1006015051079139.48%40
Avoca 80801312134397.69%32
Maryborough Rovers601001060165264.16%24
Harcourt401201169160972.65%16
Dunolly401201181174767.60%16
Campbells Creek401201200187164.14%16
Talbot10150986165559.58%4
Royal Park00160469335114.00%0

FINALS

FinalTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
EliminationNewstead187115Avoca8856
EliminationTrentham249153Natte Bealiba81563
QualifyingCarisbrook11975Navarre8755
QualifyingMaldon12880Lexton111177
SemiNavarre15797Trentham10464
SemiLexton2310148Newstead14791
PreliminaryNavarre131088Maldon91165
PreliminaryCarisbrook131593Lexton71355
GrandCarisbrook10969Navarre61147

2013 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Carisbrook 160002382539441.93%64
Navarre 130301881611307.86%52
Newstead 120401784832214.42%48
Lexton 110501465828176.93%44
Harcourt 1105014461333108.48%44
Natte-Bealiba 100601367915149.40%40
Avoca 907013421259106.59%36
Maldon 80801248139389.59%32
Talbot80801007128478.43%32
Royal Park40120947150662.88%16
Campbells Creek401201132203055.76%16
Dunolly30130934175453.25%12
Trentham20140690188037.60%8
Maryborough Rovers10150628208930.06%4

FINALS

FinalDateTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
Elimination Final 1Sun 1 SepMaldon1511101Harcourt101171
Elimination Final 2Sun 1 SepNatte Bealiba165101Avoca10868
Qualifying Final 1Sat 31 AugCarisbrook2312150Lexton2618
Qualifying Final 2Sat 31 AugNewstead141296Navarre101272
Semi Final 1Sun 8 SepLexton188116Maldon13987
Semi Final 2Sat 7 SepNavarre1511101Natte Bealiba10969
Preliminary Final 1Sat 14 SepNavarre131290Carisbrook13886
Preliminary Final 2Sun 15 SepLexton1513103Newstead131593
Grand FinalSun 22 SepNavarre1913127Lexton4226AFL Victoria Country Medal: Ben Scott (Navarre)

Match Report

" Navarre are the 2013 Bendigo Bank Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League Premiers after dominating Lexton to win by a massive 100 points in front of the second biggest Grand Final crowd ever at Princes Park on Sunday.

The Grasshoppers were not to be denied in their third successive Grand Final and their desperation from the opening bounce was evident as they led the Tigers to the ball at every opportunity, and used the ball with precision to allow free flowing scoring for the Navarre forwards while Lexton struggled to have any forward entries at all.

Ash Driscoll scored three goals in the opening term while Daniel Parkin was allowed to get loose on many occasions and made the most of his freedom. Parkin returned for the Grand Final from a broken jaw and was wearing protective headgear, but it had no ill effects on the Grasshoppers coach as he continually racked up possessions. Navarre led at the first change by 31 points. 5.2.(32) to 0.1.(1)

The first term was the template for the remainder of the game. Lexton tried hard but they had little influence on the scoreboard Star forward Matt Brown finally broke through for a goal at the nine-minute mark of the second term, but had to shoot from tight on the boundary as the Navarre defence led by Brent Flood and Bryce Tickner was holding up to any attacking moves by the Tigers.

Ben Scott had a remarkable final series and once again had a day out and was the recipient of the AFL Victoria Country medal for Best player on the ground. Scott kicked two of his five goals in the second term and led the way for the Navarre running brigade as did Josh Driscoll who was judged to be Navarre’s best player by the Grasshoppers hierarchy. Aiden Lee was also under notice and received the MCDFNL medal for his performance.

With the game being well and truly over at half time, Lexton still tried valiantly but could not make inroads on the scoreboard, as the Grasshoppers finished strongly in the final term with an avalanche of scoring shots which produced goals to numerous players including three to Sam Robertson who took some strong contested pack marks and kicked truly for the Grasshoppers to snare the 2013 Premiership, winning 19.12.126 to Lexton's 4.2.26

Lexton’s better players were Jimmy Templeton, Mick Jennings and Lewis Alexopolous, but it was a day the Tigers would rather forget with four teams (senior football and A, B & C Grade netball) in on the day and all suffered losses.

It was a memorable day for Navarre as their A Grade netball team, much like the Senior footballers, finally broke through for their first ever MCDFNL premiership on their third attempt, vanquishing the demons from twelve months prior after besting 2012 conqueror Lexton by 13 goals, winning 54-41 with Lauren Armstrong awarded the best on court medal. " [3]

2014 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsByesLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Navarre 160002080679306.33%64
Lexton 150101618667242.58%60
Carisbrook 130301573837187.93%52
Natte-Bealiba 120401542987156.23%48
Newstead 1204014221120126.96%48
Royal Park 1105011691073108.95%44
Campbells Creek 70901159146878.95%28
Talbot 601001314136296.48%24
Harcourt501101140143279.61%20
Maryborough Rovers401201043158965.64%16
Trentham30121981158861.78%14
Avoca30130942162358.04%12
Maldon30130913169153.99%12
Dunolly10141853163352.24%6

FINALS

FinalDateTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
Elimination Final 1Sun 31 AugNewstead1516106Talbot13684
Elimination Final 2Sun 31 AugRoyal Park121486Campbells Creek61349
Qualifying Final 1Sat 30 AugNavarre131189Natte Bealiba11672
Qualifying Final 2Sat 30 AugLexton9761Carisbrook10969
Semi Final 1Sun 7 SepNatte Bealiba121789Newstead91165
Semi Final 2Sat 6 SepLexton176108Royal Park10565
Preliminary Final 1Sat 13 SepNavarre13987Lexton12880
Preliminary Final 2Sun 14 SepCarisbrook121486Natte Bealiba91468
Grand FinalSun 21 SepNavarre1621117Carisbrook9862AFL Victoria Country Medal: Ben Scott (Navarre)

Match Report

" NAVARRE overcame a slow start in Sunday’s Maryborough-Castlemaine District Football League grand final before powering away from Carisbrook to win by 55 points at Princes Park.

The 16.21 (117) to 9.8 (62) victory capped a magnificent double for the MCDFL’s latest power side - not only back-to-back flags, but an undefeated 2014 season. “This is probably sweeter than last year” Navarre coach Daniel Parkin said. “Back-to-back is hard to do, but to have also done it undefeated this year is unbelievable.”

While the final result was a 55-point win to Navarre, there were anxious moments early for the Grasshoppers. The Grasshoppers kicked the opening goal of the game through Cody Driscoll, but that would be their only major of the first term.

Through the Grasshoppers’ previous 18 games this year, no side had led them by more than 10 points at any of the quarter breaks. But by quarter-time they were 20 points down after the Redbacks had the better of the first term. The Redbacks had nine scoring shots to four to lead 4.5 to 1.3 at quarter-time. Jackson Bowen, Liam Cunningham, Matthew Bilton and Cole Roscholler all kicked first-term goals for the Redbacks. But the 20-point quarter-time lead should have been more after the Redbacks squandered several gettable set-shots.

However, the Grasshoppers were quick to respond to the challenge in the second term. With the midfield led by Josh Driscoll, Ben Scott, Sam Kaye and captain Louis Hannett getting on top, the Grasshoppers surged back. Navarre kicked 5.3 to 1.1 in the second term, with a goal to Kris Brennan with the last kick of the quarter giving the Grasshoppers a six-point lead at half-time, 6.6 to 5.6.

And that momentum the Grasshoppers built in the second term continued into the third quarter as they blew the game open. The Grasshoppers’ domination of possession in the third term was highlighted in the 15-4 inside 50 count in their favour, while they kicked 5.8 to 1.1. To that stage since quarter-time, the Grasshoppers had kicked 10.11 to 2.2, had 30 inside 50s to 13 and 10 centre breaks to three. Leading by 37 points at three quarter-time, the Grasshoppers finished off with five goals to three in the final term.

All three of Carisbrook’s last-quarter goals were kicked by Cunningham, who earned the MCDFL best on ground medal for his effort in kicking six of the Redbacks’ nine goals for the match. His sixth goal was a sensational kick under pressure from the boundary in the scoreboard pocket.

The AFL Victoria Country Medal was won by Navarre’s Scott, who was also a best-on-ground medallist in last year’s 101-point grand final win over Lexton.

Others in the best were Daniel Reading, forward Kris Brennan (four goals), Hannett, the dashing Bryce Tickner and Josh Driscoll. As well as Brennan, full-forward Ashley Driscoll also kicked four goals to take his season tally to 84.

Carisbrook’s best were ruckman Bowen, Cunningham - who finished the year with 82 goals - defenders Andrew Lovett and Nathan O’Keefe, along with Jakob Tidyman and wingman Hayden Barby. “We started well and controlled the footy early, but to Navarre’s credit, they were just too good for us,” outgoing Carisbrook coach Luke Treacy said.

As well as the seniors, Navarre also won the A-grade netball for the second year in a row, too. " [4]

2015 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Navarre 16001974650303.69%64
Carisbrook 14201835854214.87%56
Lexton 14201752906193.38%56
Natte-Bealiba 12401516983154.22%48
Harcourt 106015601313118.81%40
Royal Park 97015031108135.65%36
Talbot 61001200131891.05%24
Campbells Creek 61001222147582.85%24
Maryborough Rovers61001250164276.13%24
Avoca51101070161866.13%20
Newstead5110927155859.50%20
Trentham4120974146266.62%16
Maldon4120969170156.97%16
Dunolly1150737190138.77%4

FINALS

FinalDateTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
Qualifying Final 1Sat 29 AugNavarre141296Natte Bealiba8149
Qualifying Final 2Sat 29 AugCarisbrook101474Lexton9862
Elimination Final 1Sun 30 AugHarcourt1816121Campbells Creek7850
Elimination Final 2Sun 30 AugRoyal Park141397Talbot11571
Semi Final 2Sat 5 SepLexton91468Royal Park61349
Semi Final 1Sun 6 SepNatte Bealiba121183Harcourt61046
Preliminary Final 1Sat 12 SepNavarre177109Lexton81260
Preliminary Final 2Sun 13 SepCarisbrook1618114Natte Bealiba13785
Grand FinalSun 20 SepNavarre1714116Carisbrook8755

Match Report

" Navarre has won their third successive premiership in the Bendigo Bank Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League after a convincing 51 point victory over Carisbrook in the 2015 MCDFNL Grand Final

It was an opening term blitz that set up the victory as Navarre dominated at the centre bounce and took a stranglehold on possession denying the Redbacks the ball and restricting their scoring opportunities as the Grasshopper defence only allowed three entries into the forward fifty in the opening term. Mitch Whelan was the Redbacks only goal scorer when he marked a pass from Joel Riske, but this was to be their only score for the term. With Navarre having so much off the ball, the Carisbrook defence was under extreme pressure as the Grasshoppers shared the ball around amongst six different goal scorers for the quarter to take a 33 point lead into quarter time.

Carisbrook overcame their first quarter jitters and started to gain a lot more possession of the ball and had five shots on goal in succession, but inaccuracy was costly as they could only score two goals through Brady Neil and Nathan Wright. But any inroads they made into reducing the margin was nullified late in the quarter, when Jesse Hannett produced an outstanding piece of play when he bounced out of a pack of Redbacks and snapped a miraculous snap from the boundary on his left foot, and this was quickly followed by a goal to the MCDFNL Grand Final Medallist in Cody Driscoll who also threaded a goal from the same spot that Hannett had goaled from.

Driscoll goaled again on the siren as the Grasshoppers led by 45 points at half time.

Carisbrook was inspired by an incredible checkside goal from Mitch Whelan half way through the third term and this was followed by three more goals for the Redbacks through Nathan and Nick Wright and Brady Neil as they mounted as comeback and were able to win the term and reduced the margin to just 30 points going into the final term and with the momentum swinging their way, would have been confident of finishing the game strongly.

However, a left foot snap from Cody Driscoll from the first forward entry of the final quarter put to rest any chance of a Carisbrook revival, and then the high flying forward made sure of the victory when he took a very strong pack mark and kicked the sealer just a minute later. From this point in the game, Navarre coasted to victory knowing that they had the premiership cup in its keeping and the fifty one point victory gave the Grasshoppers their third premiership in succession and 41st consecutive senior victory.

It was an all-round performance from Navarre with every player contributing, but it was Daniel Parkin and Louis Hannett’s attack on the ball that was a key for the Grasshoppers victory, while being supported by the three Driscoll Brothers, with Cody kicking five goals and Ash booting four goals, and Josh providing a lot of drive on the wing on his way to winning the AFL Victoria Country Medal.

With the ball being in Navarre’s forward line for the majority of the game, Carisbrook defenders Kurt Bruechert and Adam Hurse were key players for the Redbacks, and were supported by Brady Neil, Jakob Tidyman and Mitch Whelan. " [5]

2016 Ladder

In round 9 (26 June 2016), Navarre defeated Natte-Bealiba for its 50th consecutive victory., [6] [7]

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Royal Park 15101808855211.46%60
Navarre 14201849681271.51%56
Natte Bealiba 14201693968174.90%56
Carisbrook 13301835730251.37%52
Talbot 97013141268103.63%36
Newstead 88015051332112.99%32
Lexton 8801143138382.65%32
Trentham 79013561289105.20%28
Dunolly7901336158084.56%28
Harcourt51101177148279.42%20
Maryborough Rovers51101042171660.72%20
Avoca31301188188463.06%12
Campbells Creek3130954166757.23%12
Maldon1150886225139.36%4

FINALS

FinalDateTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
Qualifying Final 1Sat 27 AugRoyal Park4529Carisbrook121385
Qualifying Final 2Sat 27 AugNavarre1422106Natte Bealiba1410
Elimination Final 1Sun 28 AugTalbot173105Trentham14589
Elimination Final 2Sun 28 AugNewstead10666Lexton81058
Semi Final 1Sat 3 SepRoyal Park1623119Talbot6137
Semi Final 2Sun 4 SepNatte Bealiba14589Newstead7749
Preliminary Final 1Sat 10 SepCarisbrook1719121Natte Bealiba5232
Preliminary Final 2Sun 11 SepNavarre1510100Royal Park7648
Grand Final Sun 18 SepCarisbrook4731Navarre101272

2017 Ladder

Maryborough CastlemaineWinsLossesDrawsForAgainst%Pts
Navarre 15101891635297.80%60
Carisbrook 14201916770248.83%56
Natte Bealiba 13301962720272.50%52
Harcourt 124015941059150.52%48
Royal Park 106014411169123.27%40
Talbot 106014461246116.05%40
Trentham 97015811027153.94%36
Maryborough Rovers 88015371173131.03%32
Newstead7901138133285.44%28
Lexton51101106132783.35%20
Maldon4120692217931.76%16
Avoca2140986176255.96%8
Campbells Creek2140880209542.00%8
Dunolly1150649232527.91%4

FINALS

FinalDateTeamGBPtsTeamGBPts
Qualifying Final 1Sat 26 AugNavarre2210142Harcourt5737
Qualifying Final 2Sat 26 AugCarisbrook1514104Natte Bealiba6945
Elimination Final 1Sun 27 AugRoyal Park141397Maryborough Rovers5535
Elimination Final 2Sun 27 AugTalbot131088Trentham9862
Semi Final 1Sat 2 SepHarcourt111177Royal Park1510100
Semi Final 2Sun 3 SepNatte Bealiba15696Talbot12981
Preliminary Final 1Sat 9 SepNavarre1610106Natte Bealiba21426
Preliminary Final 2Sun 10 SepCarisbrook1822130Royal Park3523
Grand Final Sat 16 SepNavarre71153Carisbrook11773

Books

History of Football in the Bendigo District - John Stoward - ISBN   978-0-9805929-1-7

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The 1977 VFL Grand Final was a series of two Australian rules football matches between the North Melbourne Football Club and the Collingwood Football Club. Together they are considered the 80th and 81st grand finals of the Victorian Football League and were staged to determine the premiers for the 1977 VFL season. The premiership is usually decided by a single match; however, as the first grand final ended in a draw, a grand final replay was played the following week and was won by North Melbourne. Both grand finals were held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The first was held on 24 September 1977. The game was attended by 108,224 spectators and ended in a draw, with both teams scoring 76 points. This was the second time a draw had occurred in a VFL grand final, the first being in 1948.

The 1979 VFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Carlton Football Club and Collingwood Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 29 September 1979. It was the 83rd annual Grand Final of the Victorian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 1979 VFL season. The match, attended by 113,545 spectators, was won by Carlton by a margin of 5 points, marking that club's 12th premiership victory.

The 1971 VFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Hawthorn Football Club and St Kilda Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 25 September 1971. It was the 74th annual grand final of the Victorian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 1971 VFL season. The match, attended 118,192 spectators, was won by Hawthorn by a margin of 7 points, marking that club's second premiership.

The Lexton Plains Football League was an Australian rules football competition in western Victoria, Australia. The league ran an annual competition from 1999 to 2010.

The 1984 VFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Essendon Football Club and Hawthorn Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 29 September 1984. It was the 88th annual grand final of the Victorian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 1984 VFL season. The match, attended by 92,685 spectators, was won by Essendon by a margin of 24 points, marking that club's 13th premiership victory.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Glossary of Australian rules football</span>

This list is an alphabetical glossary of Australian rules football terms, jargon and slang. While some of these entries are shared with other sports, Australian rules football has developed a unique and rich terminology.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">2009 AFL Grand Final</span> Grand final of the 2009 Australian Football League season

The 2009 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the St Kilda Football Club and the Geelong Football Club at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 26 September 2009. It was the 113th annual grand final of the Australian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 2009 AFL season.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Carisbrook, Victoria</span> Town in Victoria, Australia

Carisbrook is a town in Victoria, Australia, located on the Pyrenees Highway, 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) east of the regional and local government centre of Maryborough, in the Shire of Central Goldfields. At the 2016 census, Carisbrook had a population of 1115. Carisbrook is closely linked with Maryborough historically, socially and economically.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">2011 AFL Grand Final</span> Grand final of the 2011 Australian Football League season

The 2011 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Collingwood Football Club and the Geelong Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 1 October 2011. It was the 116th annual grand final of the Australian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 2011 AFL season. The match, attended by 99,537 spectators, was won by Geelong by a margin of 38 points, marking the club's ninth VFL/AFL premiership victory. Geelong's Jimmy Bartel was awarded the Norm Smith Medal as the best player on the ground.

The Maldon Football and Netball Club is an Australian rules football club that plays in the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League and is situated in the township of Maldon, Victoria, in the central Victorian goldfields. The clubs plays its home games at Maldon Recreation Reserve, Maldon. The club's nickname is known as the Bombers.

The 1975 SANFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Norwood Football Club and Glenelg Football Club at Football Park on 27 September 1975. It was the 77th grand final of the South Australian National Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 1975 SANFL season. The match, attended by 53,283 spectators, was won by Norwood by a margin of 12 points, marking the club's 23rd SANFL premiership and first since 1950.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">2018 AFL Grand Final</span> Grand final of the 2018 Australian Football League season

The 2018 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the West Coast Eagles and the Collingwood Football Club at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 29 September 2018. It was the 123rd annual grand final of the Australian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 2018 AFL season. The match, attended by 100,022 spectators, was won by West Coast by a margin of five points, marking the club's fourth premiership and first since 2006. West Coast's Luke Shuey won the Norm Smith Medal as the player judged best on ground.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Jack Ginnivan</span> Australian rules footballer

Jack Ginnivan is an Australian rules footballer playing for the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).

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