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Beginnings: The Collingwood Football Club was born on the cusp of one of the world's worst depressions in February 1892. Collingwood played its first game in the Victorian Football Association (VFA), the premier football competition at the time, against Carlton Football Club on 7 May 1892. The club won the VFA Premiership in 1896.

Records:
  • * Record attendance: 94,825 in round 4 1995: Collingwood 17.9 (111); Essendon 16.15 (111)
  • * Biggest winning margin: 178 points R4, 1979 (VP) - Collingwood 31.21 (207) v St Kilda 3.11 (29)
  • * Most games: Tony Shaw - 313 (1977-1994)
  • * Most goals: Gordon Coventry - 1299 (1920-1937)
  • * Most goals in a season: Peter McKenna - 143 (1970)
  • * Most goals in a game: Gordon Coventry - 17 goals 4 behinds
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 121,696 for 1970 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
12 Collingwood 22 9 13 0 1910 1998 95.6 36

AFL considers 18-game fixture revamp

Our 'first class' draft chance Watch as VFL President Marcus Wagner and coach Jared Rivers discuss all things VFL Magpies on 'From Lulie Street'.

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A proposal of a new AFL fixture would include a blockbuster schedule to fixture a second game against the likes for Richmond, Carlton or Essendon. Picture: AFL Photos.

A fixture revamp that would see 18 games in the regular season before a playoff series and then finals has been raised as a possibility during discussions surrounding a new fixture model. 

The idea canvassed would allow each team to play each other once but would enable blockbuster fixtures such as local derbies and the Showdown to be played twice each season.

It would also satisfy the clubs' desire to continue selling membership packages that admit members to 11 home games and corporate packages related to home games.

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"Every maestro has a final symphony"

MIT: Daicos' final symphony The sixth edition of Moments In Time takes us back to Victoria Park in round two, 1993. It's a day of goal kicking genius, as Peter Daicos kicks eight and Gary Ablett kicks seven as Collingwood records its second win of the year. Join Peter Daicos, Leigh Matthews, Tony Shaw, Michael Christian and Glenn McFarlane as we relive one of our finest individual performances.

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Peter Daicos sent Collingwood to its second win in as many games with eight goals against Geelong in round two, 1993.

When eight Peter Daicos goals piloted a 10-point win over Geelong, few, if any, of the 24,147 fans at Victoria Park would have realised they were witnessing the end of an era.

It was the second round of the 1993 season. Collingwood was undefeated, after dousing a flaming Gary Ablett and his seven goals, and all was well in the world of Black and White.

But what no one knew was...


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How to celebrate our anniversary

Champions of Collingwood: Dane Swan Each week in 2017, we're winding back the clock to re-live the career of a Collingwood icon. This week, we celebrate Dane Swan on Anzac Day, who made easy work of the Dons throughout his career.

In 2017, the Collingwood Football Club is celebrating its 125th anniversary.

Next weekend is the anniversary of the club’s first official game, and we have plenty planned to mark the occasion.

Champions of Collingwood
Written by club historian Michael Roberts and the Herald Sun's Glenn McFarlane, this new 464-page book tells the stories of all 125 players, reflecting on not just what made them great footballers but also why we, as fans, loved them so much.

Champions of Collingwood includes many never-before-seen photos from the club's archives and personal collections. It is a magnificent, high quality, hardback publication that every Magpie supporter will...


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Selection: New face among four inclusions

Our 'first class' draft chance Watch as VFL President Marcus Wagner and coach Jared Rivers discuss all things VFL Magpies on 'From Lulie Street'.

New recruit Lynden Dunn is one of four players added to Collingwood's 25-man squad to take on Geelong at the MCG on Sunday.

He takes the place of Ben Reid, whose workload is being managed due to the tight turnaround between games.

Dunn, a former Demon, joins Josh Smith, Matthew Scharenberg and Chris Mayne in the extended squad.

Well Dunn
After 165 games for Melbourne, Lynden Dunn is in line to make his Collingwood debut on Sunday.

Dunn had 15 disposals in the VFL loss to Essendon on Sunday, and has impressed with his leadership in the back half of the ground.

Although he has the ability to play in multiple roles, Dunn spent the duration of the JLT Community Series in defence.

A break for Reid
Key defender Ben Reid will sit out Sunday’s match as...


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Strong VFL form creates AFL possibilities

Our 'first class' draft chance Watch as VFL President Marcus Wagner and coach Jared Rivers discuss all things VFL Magpies on 'From Lulie Street'.

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Matthew Scharenberg has been highlighted as a potential AFL inclusion by VFL Magpies' coach Jared Rivers. Photo: Shane Barrie.

Changes are widely expected on Thursday night with a five-day break between ANZAC Day and Collingwood's round six clash with Geelong at the MCG. 

Only Tim Broomhead is under an injury concern, with the promising forward facing a fitness test after a knock to the face against Essendon. 

"There is some doubt about whether Tim will play this week, but right now, we are still hopeful that the soreness will subside and that the scans show nothing sinister," GM of Football Geoff Walsh told Collingwood Media's 'Blackmores Injury Update' on Thursday morning. 

Whether it's covering for Broomhead or otherwise, players who...


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VFL: Squad named for Sandringham

Our 'first class' draft chance Watch as VFL President Marcus Wagner and coach Jared Rivers discuss all things VFL Magpies on 'From Lulie Street'.

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Jordan De Goey has found strong VFL form upon his return from a broken hand. Photo: Shane Barrie.

Jordan De Goey’s suspension from Collingwood’s AFL side will come to an end after he runs out for his third consecutive game for the VFL Magpies on Saturday.

The banned midfielder is one of 20 AFL-listed players named to take on Sandringham at Trevor Barker Oval.

While a number of these players will take up their positions in Collingwood’s AFL team when the final side is announced on Friday, and therefore be excluded from VFL selection, De Goey won’t be one of them.

After 26 disposals and nine clearances in round one, the 21-year-old had 17 touches and kicked a goal in last week’s 80-point loss to Essendon’s VFL team.

He joins James Aish on a...


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My top five since '05: Pendles

Scott Pendlebury has seen a fair number of opposition footballers come and go in his 12-year, 241-game career at Collingwood.

As one of the game’s most dangerous midfielders, the five-time Copeland Trophy winner has stood at close quarters with some of the best in the business.

So it must have been a difficult task for Pendlebury to name his top five most admired opponents during his 2006 debut.

The topic was raised on Collingwood Media podcast ‘Jock and Journo’ as co-host Jay Clark quizzed the Magpies’ captain on a tweet he posted last weekend praising the individual performance of Geelong captain Joel Selwood in the Cats’ game against St Kilda.  

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“This is since I’ve been playing, players I’ve loved playing against,” Pendlebury qualified before giving his top five opponents since 2005.

“Clearly these are...


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Young Pie faces fitness test

Injuries: Doubt over Broomhead GM of Football Geoff Walsh has provided the latest on Collingwood's injury news on the Blackmores Injury Update.

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Tim Broomhead will undergo a fitness test ahead of Sunday's clash with Geelong.

Tim Broomhead’s is facing a fitness test ahead of Sunday’s clash with Geelong.

The small forward received a knock to his face during the ANZAC Day loss to Essendon and is undergoing scans to determine his availability.

“Tim Broomhead copped a whack to the face and there is a bit of soreness there,” General Manager of Football Geoff Walsh told Collingwood Media’s Blackmores Injury Update on Thursday morning.

“We are having that scanned and we will treat that according to what the scan says.

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“There is some doubt about whether Tim will play this week, but, right now, we are still hopeful that the soreness will subside...


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Kicking the one that counted

Some players carve out their reputations over the course of careers that stretch for more than a decade and hundreds of games.

Others might last only a single game, or handful of games. And still others ply their trade for a few years or a modest number of games without ever leaving a major impression.

But there's yet another category: a select group of players whose careers came to be defined by one single performance. All of them pulled on the Collingwood jumper more than once, but they're mostly remembered for what they did in one game – almost as if that was the only game they ever played.

It might have been a sensational debut performance that was never matched thereafter, or a standout game later in a career that made us think 'This kid's gonna be a star'. A starring role in a crucial game during an otherwise modest career, or something controversial that overshadowed everything...


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Headliners No. 20: A life ban

Collingwood is never far from the headlines.

As any decent news editor knows, if you can get the Magpies onto the front or back page, on the TV or as a lead online item, you'll get readers and viewers.

That results in a lot of Collingwood stories being overhyped. But there's also no denying that we've been involved in plenty of genuinely massive news stories down the years – from sackings, injuries and board coups to player revolts and internal squabbling.

So, to help mark Collingwood's 125th anniversary season, we're counting down the 25 biggest, most explosive news stories in Magpie history, as judged by historian Michael Roberts and the Herald Sun's Glenn McFarlane.

We've ignored Premierships and on-field results, and have instead concentrated on the other elements that have so often seen our club making headlines. It's a fascinating way to look back at our often colourful...


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How our Champions we chosen

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Champions of Collingwood, written by club historians Michael Roberts and Glenn McFarlane, is available for pre-order online now.

Compiling lists is a staple part of the sports media diet. People love reading them, whether they be Mike Sheahan's current Top 50 players, the greatest marks of all time or anything in between.

For Collingwood's 125th anniversary, the Herald Sun's Glenn McFarlane and I were charged with the responsibility of producing a book honouring the lives and careers of the 125 greatest players in Collingwood's history.

More than 1200 young men have pulled on the black-and-white jumper since 1892, which makes narrowing down the list to 125 no easy task. And with our book Champions of Collingwood now about to hit the shelves, I can genuinely say it's been a bloody tough assignment.

Luckily, the members of Collingwood's Hall of Fame Committee – Kevin Rose, Wayne...


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Adams' strong words on growing pressure

Buckley reviews ANZAC Day defeat Watch coach Nathan Buckley take questions from the media following Collingwood's loss to Essendon in round five, 2017.

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Taylor Adams had 20 disposals and laid five tackles in Collingwood's ANZAC Day loss to Essendon. Picture: AFL Photos.

Collingwood vice-captain Taylor Adams says it hurts to see the growing burden of pressure placed on coach Nathan Buckley.

He was responding to speculation on Wednesday morning over the future of the coach, who is desperate to steer the Pies' season back on track with the club languishing in 13th spot.

"He won't get sacked – that is absolutely not going to happen," Adams told RSN radio on Wednesday.

"The way he carried himself around the footy club leading up to the game and post-game was exceptional.

"He handles it so well, but he is only human."

Buckley has previously said he needs to guide the Magpies into the finals...


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Captain emphasises need to capitalise

Buckley reviews ANZAC Day defeat Watch coach Nathan Buckley take questions from the media following Collingwood's loss to Essendon in round five, 2017.

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Scott Pendlebury reflects on an 18-point ANZAC Day loss to Essendon. Picture: AFL Photos.

It felt like Groundhog Day for Collingwood skipper Scott Pendlebury as he fronted the media to explain another game lost due to wasted chances and poor ball use.

He said the Magpies were not only playing the game in spurts, they were not making the opposition pay on the scoreboard when they did have momentum.

Despite 66 inside 50s to Essendon's 43, Collingwood kicked 11.16 (82) to Essendon's 15.10 (100).

"We have got to capitalise on that dominance and if you don't it comes back to hurt you and we got hurt again today," Pendlebury said.

The skipper – who has been quieter than usual in the past two rounds – said it was frustrating to be telling the...


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Pendlebury: Not injured, rarely worse

Scott Pendlebury isn’t injured.

But ANZAC Day was the worst game of football he’s played in 10 years.

“I think I have put up a career of being able to make my bad games at least serviceable, but I think yesterday I fell away and my bad game was a really bad game,” Pendlebury told Jay Clark on Collingwood Media podcast ‘Jock & Journo’.

“99 per cent of football public, in every office this morning, in every SuperCoach conversation was about you being injured. People are convinced you are injured,” Clark pressed.

“Is it your achilles, your knee or your hamstring? Are you injured?”

“I think yesterday was my worst game that I’ve played in 10 years,” Pendlebury replied.

“Whether it was little stints up forward that I did, or through the midfield, I just thought that I wasn’t impactful. It certainly wasn’t through a lack of effort or running or work-rate.

“I was very filthy that I didn’t play my...


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Dons prevail in ANZAC Day thriller

Essendon has snapped a three-game ANZAC Day losing streak to defeat Collingwood by 18 points, returning to form after a tough fortnight with an impressive performance at the MCG. 

Both teams enjoyed dominant patches in the first three quarters of Tuesday's game, which was largely played in dry conditions after an extremely wet Melbourne morning. 

After taking a nine-point lead into the final term, the Bombers effectively killed the contest when they kicked three unanswered goals in the opening nine minutes to take a 26-point lead.

From there the Dons were never seriously challenged as they ran out the game strongly to record a stirring 15.10 (100) to 11.16 (82) victory. 

Joe Daniher was outstanding for Essendon, both in attack and especially when he regularly roamed up the ground, and was a popular winner of the Anzac Day Medal as best afield. 

Daniher kicked 3.4 from 16 possessions, and...


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Talking points: Set shots really matter

Wells gets the crowd to its feet Daniel Wells nails his first major for the club

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Jamie Elliott was a shining light for the Magpies - kicking three goal in just his second game back from injury. Picture: AFL Photos.

View the five biggest talking points stemming from our ANZAC Day loss, in the eyes of AFL Media reporter Peter Ryan.

1. Joe Daniher's potential is untapped
He frustrates with his set shot kicking but the 200cm forward is a dynamic player who can turn the contest in an instant. His long goal out of the centre square midway through the third quarter soon after Collingwood gained the lead was the big man at his best. He also hit Josh Green with an important pass five minutes later after running down the members' wing to stamp home the advantage. Helped by Cale Hooker's presence, Daniher is becoming a factor. He sealed his first win on ANZAC Day with a goal from outside 50...


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"We're not far off but we're a mile off"

Buckley reviews ANZAC Day defeat Watch coach Nathan Buckley take questions from the media following Collingwood's loss to Essendon in round five, 2017.

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Coach Nathan Buckley looks on after Collingwood's loss to Essendon on ANZAC Day.

Collingwood has not lost the will to win but its failure to execute the plans in place is costing it games according to Magpies coach Nathan Buckley.

Buckley has refused to concede the season but admitted with just one win after five rounds the Magpies had some work to do to catch the competition.

The Magpies’ performance on ANZAC Day followed a familiar pattern as they recorded 23 more inside 50s than Essendon (66-43) and had two more scoring shots yet kicked inaccurately to lose by 18 points.

Collingwood kicked 2.8 from set shots and could not defend adequately when the opposition won the ball in open space, conceding two goals from kick-ins early in...


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Five ways Wells can help the Pies

MIT: The day it all started In the fifth instalment of Moments In Time, Collingwood Media talks to Nathan Buckley, Leigh Matthews, Dustin Fletcher, Steven Alessio, Michael Christian and Michael Roberts as we relive the famous ANZAC Day draw of 1995.

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Daniel Wells will make his Collingwood debut on ANZAC Day.

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley says he's not the saviour, but many Magpie fans are still praying recruit Daniel Wells can kick-start the team's season.

That's because the 32-year-old showed his match-winning capabilities during his career at North Melbourne, with Collingwood supporters watching him destroy their mob in round 18 last season.

AFL Media's Peter Ryan looks at the ways Wells can help Collingwood find its best form as he makes his keenly anticipated ANZAC Day debut.

1. Hitting up Magpie forwards

Even his skipper hopes Wells can fix this problem for the Magpies,...


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ANZAC Day: 1995-2016

Since 1995, the 25th of April has been etched into the AFL fixture as a date to rival even that last Saturday in September.

But just what is it that gives ANZAC Day at the ‘G it's air of greatness? We reflect on 22 years of one of footy's finest fixtures...

The original Collingwood ANZAC Day team - Round 4 1995
B: Hassall, A.Richardson, Crosisca
HB: Burns, Kelly, Watson
C: Buckley, Brown (c), Wright
HF: Williams, Brereton, Walker
F: Kerrison, S.Rocca, Curran
Foll: Monkhorst, McGuane, B.James
Int: Wild, A.James, Christian

The original Essendon ANZAC Day team - Round 4 1995
B: Wanganeen, Fletcher, Daniher
HB: Symons, Harvey, Cransberg
C: Long, O'Donnell, Olarenshaw
HF: Mercuri, Alessio, Hird
F: Young, Darcy, Cockatoo-Collins
R: Somerville, Misiti, Denham
Int: Grenvold, Fraser, O'Connor

1995 - Collingwood 17.9 111 drew with Essendon 16.15 111 (94,825)
The original, and unanimously thought the best, this...


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A milestone for our famous relic

MIT: The day it all started In the fifth instalment of Moments In Time, Collingwood Media talks to Nathan Buckley, Leigh Matthews, Dustin Fletcher, Steven Alessio, Michael Christian and Michael Roberts as we relive the famous ANZAC Day draw of 1995.

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Historian Michael Roberts says few figures in the history of the club have ever done more to earn the tag ‘great Collingwood man’ than Malcolm ‘Doc’ Seddon.

The focus in 2017 has quite rightly been on the fact that it is Collingwood's 125th anniversary season.

But it is also the 100th anniversary of one of the most important artefacts in the club's extensive memorabilia collection – the 'good luck' horseshoe sent to the club by Malcolm 'Doc' Seddon from France during the First World War.

That horseshoe was made under fire by a shoeing smith in Doc's company, who took a German howitzer shell and parts of a downed German aeroplane and...


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Round 4
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 24 April (7:50 pm) Richmond 6.15 (51) def. by Melbourne 12.11 (83) MCG (crowd: 58,175)
Saturday, 25 April (1:10 pm) St Kilda 12.9 (81) def. by Carlton 18.13 (121) Westpac Stadium (crowd: 12,125)
Saturday, 25 April (2:40 pm) Essendon 6.13 (49) def. by Collingwood 9.15 (69) MCG (crowd: 88,395)
Saturday, 25 April (5:40 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.23 (119) def. Gold Coast 7.11 (53) StarTrack Oval (crowd: 6,917)
Saturday, 25 April (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 15.9 (99) def. Hawthorn 13.13 (91) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,831)
Saturday, 25 April (6:45 pm) Fremantle 11.8 (74) def. Sydney 8.12 (60) Domain Stadium (crowd: 39,009)
Sunday, 26 April (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 9.11 (65) def. by West Coast 17.16 (118) Gabba (crowd: 16,632)
Sunday, 26 April (3:20 pm) Geelong 9.13 (67) def. by North Melbourne 12.11 (83) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 23,452)
Sunday, 26 April (4:40 pm) Western Bulldogs 18.17 (125) def. Adelaide 10.8 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 19,915)

Round 5
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 1 May (7:50 pm) Carlton 6.9 (45) def. by Collingwood 18.12 (120) MCG (crowd: 71,759)
Saturday, 2 May (1:45 pm) Richmond 11.10 (76) def. by Geelong 12.13 (85) MCG (crowd: 45,228)
Saturday, 2 May (2:10 pm) Sydney 10.13 (73) def. by Western Bulldogs 11.11 (77) SCG (crowd: 25,541)
Saturday, 2 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 18.10 (118) def. Brisbane Lions 7.12 (54) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 12,464)
Saturday, 2 May (7:20 pm) North Melbourne 10.10 (70) def. by Hawthorn 19.16 (130) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 38,077)
Saturday, 2 May (5:40 pm) West Coast 18.12 (120) def. Greater Western Sydney 4.9 (33) Domain Stadium (crowd: 34,554)
Sunday, 3 May (1:10 pm) Melbourne 6.14 (50) def. by Fremantle 18.10 (118) MCG (crowd: 22,892)
Sunday, 3 May (3:20 pm) St Kilda 11.14 (80) def. by Essendon 11.16 (82) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,869)
Sunday, 3 May (4:10 pm) Adelaide 13.13 (91) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,617)

Round 6
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 8 May (7:50 pm) Collingwood 8.11 (59) def. by Geelong 15.10 (100) MCG (crowd: 52,152)
Saturday, 9 May (1:45 pm) North Melbourne 16.13 (109) def. Richmond 10.14 (74) Blundstone Arena (crowd: 17,544)
Saturday, 9 May (2:10 pm) Western Bulldogs 13.9 (87) def. by St Kilda 14.10 (94) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 29,619)
Saturday, 9 May (4:35 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.12 (108) def. Hawthorn 14.14 (98) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 13,556)
Saturday, 9 May (5:10 pm) Gold Coast 11.12 (78) def. by Adelaide 18.11 (119) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 12,464)
Saturday, 9 May (7:20 pm) Melbourne 7.8 (50) def. by Sydney 12.16 (88) MCG (crowd: 26,894)
Saturday, 9 May (6:10 pm) Fremantle 12.8 (80) def. Essendon 7.10 (52) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,535)
Sunday, 10 May (3:20 pm) Carlton 11.9 (75) def. by Brisbane Lions 12.12 (84) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 20,273)
Sunday, 10 May (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 10.8 (68) def. by West Coast 11.12 (78) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 37,635)
  • The attendance of 17,544 at Blundstone Arena set a new record for the largest sports crowd at the ground.[18]
  • St Kilda defeated Western Bulldogs after trailing 55 points early in the third quarter. It was the equal-fifth largest successful comeback in VFL/AFL history[19] and equalled the club's greatest ever comeback.[20]

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