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Beginnings:

Melbourne Football Club, nicknamed The Demons, are an Australian rules football club playing in the Australian Football League (AFL), reigning from Melbourne, Victoria. In 1859,[2] a few days after it was founded, some of its members created the code of football that it still plays. In 1862 it competed in what may be the earliest challenge trophy competition, was a foundation member of the Victorian Football Association (VFA) (1877), one of two associations and governing bodies formed in the same year and in 1897 it became a foundation member of the Victorian Football League (VFL) competition which later became the national Australian Football League (AFL).



Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 99,346 in round 10 1958
  • * Most Games: 272 by Robert Flower from 1973 to 1987
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 115,802 for the 1956 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
11 Melbourne 22 10 12 0 1944 1991 97.6 40

Jack, Tom in AFL's best 22 for round 14

IT WAS hard to get all the heroes from a dramatic weekend of nail-biters into the round 14 Team of the Week, brought to you by Accor Hotels.

With four games decided by less than one kick and two of them featuring one-point margins, there were important and brave acts everywhere across the thoroughly entertaining round.

This week's team was built around Melbourne midfielder Jack Viney, whose courageous 38-disposal game despite a sore shoulder guided the Demons over West Coast in Perth.  

Marcus Bontempelli's work through the middle meant he was the pick of the Western Bulldogs' midfielders ahead of Jack Macrae, while Josh Kennedy was sublime in the Sydney Swans' latest chapter in their 2017 revival story.

Extremely unlucky to miss out was Richmond superstar Dustin Martin, Greater Western Sydney Mr Fix-It midfielder Sam Reid for his role against Dayne Zorko and St Kilda's Nathan...


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Viney: an inspiring leader

Jack Viney is already one of the AFL's most inspirational skippers

WE ALREADY knew that Viney was tough, but his effort to overcome a painful shoulder injury and drag Melbourne over the line in hostile territory against West Coast on Saturday night was superhuman.

Without co-captain Nathan Jones, stars Jack Watts and Jesse Hogan, the 23-year-old took it upon himself to set the tone in Perth, racking up 14 touches – 12 contested – and booting a goal in the first quarter alone.

Viney was in everything, feeding off Max Gawn's return from hamstring surgery, and driving the Dees to a five-point lead by half-time. But when he was crunched by Shannon Hurn in the third term, it looked like it was night over.

Instead Viney sucked it up, came back onto the field briefly to test his shoulder out, then went to the rooms for treatment and was clearly struggling afterwards.

But he stepped up again...


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Best round ever? It's right up there

IN TERMS of drama and impact, nothing will ever beat the final round of the home and away season in 1987.

Hawthorn champion Jason Dunstall's last-minute goal at Kardinia Park knocked Geelong out of the finals and paved the way for Melbourne to make it for the first time in 23 years by beating Footscray at the Whitten Oval.

Meanwhile at Waverley, Carlton kept the Hawks from claiming top spot – and the precious week's break that came with it – courtesy of Stephen Kernahan's goal after the siren.

But the weekend of footy just gone comes awfully close. Hawthorn's fabulous win over Adelaide on Thursday night at Adelaide Oval (17th beating first for the second straight week) might have stood up all weekend.

Yet the events that followed over the next 72 hours had already consigned it to the "ancient history" basket by Sunday night.

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The team review: round 14

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Summary

In all the recent ‘hoodoo’ breaking/critical victories since the Paul Roos/Simon Goodwin era started in 2014, wins over Adelaide (round seven, 2014), Geelong (round 12, 2015), Collingwood (round 18, 2015), Fremantle (round 16, 2016), Hawthorn (round 20, 2016), Port Adelaide (round 21, 2016), St Kilda (round one, 2017), Adelaide (round eight, 2017), Gold Coast Suns (round 10, 2016) and Western Bulldogs (round 13, 2017) spring to mind. Melbourne either defeated those teams for the first time in years or won at grounds they hadn’t for quite some time. But after the red and blue’s epic three-point win over the West Coast Eagles at Domain Stadium on Saturday night, Melbourne might’ve just recorded its greatest win in more than a decade. Not only did the Demons snap a nine-game losing streak against the Eagles, they recorded their first win over them since round 14, 2009 – and...


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Salem out for up to a month

MELBOURNE backman Christian Salem is set to miss up to four weeks with a hamstring injury suffered in the Demons' gritty three-point win against West Coast last Saturday night at Domain Stadium, ruckman Max Gawn says.

Salem, 21, finished the game on the bench and Gawn told reporters on Monday at the club that the prognosis didn't look good.

"From my understanding, (Salem) has done his hamstring," Gawn said.

"He looked pretty sore and he said he felt a grab so I'm presuming that will be your normal three-to-four-week type thing."

Jesse Hogan seems unlikely to face the Swans, with the key forward requiring more training after his testicular cancer surgery, while a hamstring concern means Jack Watts will be touch and go.

The fifth-placed Demons face Sydney on Friday night at the MCG. They have to contend with a third six-day break in a row, a challenge for Gawn himself.

Gawn returned...


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MRP clears Viney after clash with Hurn

JACK Viney has no case to answer following his collision with West Coast captain Shannon Hurn during Melbourne’s thrilling three-point win at Domain Stadium on Saturday night.

The match review panel assessed the incident, but said no further action was necessary.

“Contact between Melbourne’s Jack Viney and West Coast’s Shannon Hurn from the fourth quarter of Saturday’s match was assessed,” the MRP statement said.

“The ball was loose in the air after a high handball forward from Melbourne’s Christian Petracca. Hurn and Viney were coming to the ball from opposite directions with eyes focussed on the ball. Viney jumped into the air with both arms outstretched in a bid to win possession and made high contact to Hurn.

“It was the view of the panel that Viney was contesting the ball and no further action was taken.”

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Salem sidelined, trio to face tests

PLAYMAKER Christian Salem will miss up to a month with a hamstring injury, as forwards Jeff Garlett, Jack Watts and Jesse Hogan will face fitness tests in the lead-up to Friday night’s clash against the Sydney Swans at the MCG.

But co-captain Jack Viney has been given the green light to play this round, after he suffered a shoulder injury during Melbourne's epic three-point win over the West Coast Eagles at Domain Stadium on Saturday night. 

Salem and Garlett sustained hamstring injuries against the Eagles; Watts did not play, due to hamstring tightness, and will now aim for this round to play his 150th match. Hogan is also a chance to return, after being sidelined since round eight due to testicular cancer.

Elite performance manager Dave Misson confirmed Salem would be out for three to four weeks, but said Garlett, Watts and Hogan would have to be put through their paces....


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McDonald or Viney: who got 10 votes?

EVERY round, the AFL coaches vote for the best players from their game. The coaches vote for five players, giving them a mark from 1-5.

The maximum a player can score is 10 (with five votes from both coaches). 

ADELAIDE v HAWTHORN
10 Shaun Burgoyne (Haw)
6 Ryan Burton (Haw)
4 Grant Birchall (Haw)
4 James Sicily (Haw)
3 Tom Mitchell (Haw)
2 Ricky Henderson (Haw)
1 Matt Crouch (Adel)

SYDNEY v ESSENDON
10 Josh Kennedy (Syd)
7 Zach Merrett (Ess)
5 Michael Hurley (Ess)
4 Isaac Heeney (Syd)
3 Heath Grundy (Syd)
1 Callum Mills (Syd)

COLLINGWOOD v PORT ADELAIDE
10 Robbie Gray (PA)
4 Tom Clurey (PA)
4 Hamish Hartlett (PA)
3 Sam Gray (PA)
3 Paddy Ryder (PA)
2 Scott Pendlebury (Coll)
2 Jasper Pittard (PA)
1 Steele Sidebottom (Coll)
1 Matt White (PA)

BRISBANE LIONS v GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY
9 Jonathon Patton (GWS)
9 Dylan Shiel (GWS)
6 Jeremy Cameron (GWS)
3 Sam Reid (GWS)
2 Lachie Whitfield (GWS)
1 Tom Rockliff (BL)

WESTERN...


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Quarter by quarter: WCE v Melbourne

First quarter: Melbourne 3.1 (19) to West Coast Eagles 2.5 (17)

Despite half the inside 50 entries – eight to 16 – and three fewer scoring shots, Melbourne took a two-point lead into the first break.

Melbourne kicked three in a row, courtesy of Billy Stretch, back in the side for the first time since round five, Alex Neal-Bullen, who snapped a beauty on the run, and Jack Viney, who was outstanding with a term-high 14 disposals.

West Coast veteran Drew Petrie landed the first goal of the match – just 45 seconds in – and secured his side’s second at the 23-minute mark.

The Eagles had the last four scoring shots of the term, but wasted them with 1.3.

Max Gawn, in his first match back since round three, had 11 hit outs.

Second quarter: Melbourne 6.6 (42) to West Coast Eagles 5.7 (37)

It was a see-sawing second term, with four lead changes.

Both sides kicked three goals each, but when...


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Recent form the only focus: Jennings

CRAIG Jennings says Melbourne has only focused on West Coast’s recent form – not previous records or this year’s JLT Community Series game against the Eagles.

Jennings, the red and blue’s game analyst and education coordinator, said Melbourne was a team “that doesn’t look backwards and is not too concerned about previous results”.  

“We’re just planning for what we’ve seen in West Coast this year and planning to execute our own game style, so we don’t get too hung up on what our opposition do, but we acknowledge their strengths and we look for weaknesses that we can exploit,” he told melbournefc.com.au.

“But, really, we focus on our game style and it’s a contested footy game style, and we want that to come to the fore every week – no matter who the opponent is.

“What’s more important than last year and the JLT game is West Coast’s recent form and how they’re playing at the moment....


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Casey makes it five in a row

CASEY has secured its fifth consecutive win on the back of a six-goal haul from Sam Weideman at Box Hill City Oval on Saturday afternoon.

The Demons ran out 26-point victors over the ladder-leaders Box Hill to continue their excellent patch of form.

Casey Demons 14.15 (99) defeated Box Hill Hawks 11.7 (73).

The Hawks entered round 10 on top of the VFL table and fresh off the bye last week, with their only blemish coming in the form of a draw against Port Melbourne a fortnight ago.

But despite a late charge from Tyrone Vickery with three of his four goals scored in the final term, they failed to hit the front all afternoon, and had no match for Weideman.

After making their AFL debuts in the same game of round 20 last season, Kurt Heatherley had the task of manning Weideman. But it was the young Demon who took the honours.

Weideman was electrifying with five of his six goals coming in...


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We plan for tight games: Goodwin

MELBOURNE captain Jack Viney and coach Simon Goodwin have revealed the recipe to come from the clouds and shock West Coast at home.

When Melbourne was 16 points down approaching time-on in the final term at Domain Stadium, the flying Eagles looked home.

But one part strategy mixed with some Demon spirit saw them surge home to win 15.9 (99) to 14.12 (96).

Goodwin hailed it as one of the best wins in his tenure, but said it was no fluke.

“We spend a fair bit of time on our late-game scenarios, we reminded our group and went through them numerous times over the last month,” Goodwin said.

“So it’ something they’re continuing to get better at.

“Obviously with a young group, earlier in the season we lost some close games so we’ve learnt from those experiences and we seem to be executing late in games a bit better.

“I think that’s the way the competition is at the moment, it’s so close and...


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Talking points: WCE v Melbourne

1. Smart, Max
Footy’s missed big Max Gawn. And it’s not just his wicked taps to advantage which ignited Melbourne’s charge, it’s just him. Maybe the Max highlight came when he ‘munged’ a kick forward during the second term which fortuitously landed in the arms of Mitch Hannan. His smile towards the crowd as if to say ‘how good was that’ summed up the way the lovable big fella goes about it. Speaking of lovable big fellas, how good was Drew ‘The Dish’ Petrie for the Eagles? It’s been a while between drinks but the 34-year-old reminded us what a fabulous key forward he’s been for 321 games now. In just his fifth game for West Coast, and in the absence of Coleman medallist Josh Kennedy, The Dish nailed four goals and even took a few of his trademark plucks. It was a crucial contribution with Jack Darling being held goalless.

2. What’s your decision?
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Melbourne records memorable win in west

MELBOURNE has snatched a heart-stopping three-point victory and ended a 15-year hoodoo against West Coast in Perth, with one-time star defender Tom McDonald booting a miraculous goal in the final minute to clinch a thriller. 

McDonald kicked his fifth major in the dying seconds as he was being tackled to the ground in the goalsquare by Jeremy McGovern, sealing a stunning 15.9 (99) to 14.12 (96) triumph for the brave visitors.

It was the 11th lead change of a pulsating contest, and in the desperate last seconds the Demons pushed all bar one of their players into defence as they held on without stars Jesse Hogan, Nathan Jones and Jack Watts. 

"It was such a big moment there was only 20 seconds to go in the game," Dees coach Simon Goodwin said of McDonald's match-winner.

"To come back the way we did – with six minutes to go we were 16 or 17 points down – so the spirit of the group and...


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We have genuine belief in our team: Tyson

DOM Tyson says his team has a genuine belief that it can win from any position, particularly after securing a stirring win over the West Coast Eagles at Domain Stadium on Saturday night.

Speaking soon after Melbourne’s come-from-behind three-point win, Tyson said the win hadn’t “quite sunk in” after Tom McDonald kicked the match-winner in the dying stages.

“I don’t know, did we steal it? Did we deserve to win?” he told Melbourne TV.

“I know we played a good brand – we just timed it well. Tommy’s played an unbelievable game and he’s just popped up at the right moment. Everyone just did their little bit, in that last couple of minutes.

“I felt confident throughout the game – even when they (West Coast) got a couple of goals up, I just feel like there is this belief. It’s not really talked about, but it’s building and it’s a good train to be on at the moment. We are just turning corners...


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McDonald the Melbourne match-winner

TOM McDonald says it was “bloody exciting” to kick the match-winner and secure a stunning three-point win over the West Coast Eagles at Domain Stadium on Saturday night.

McDonald kicked a career-best five goals in an outstanding performance, which helped Melbourne to its first win over West Coast since 2009 – and its first over the Eagles in Perth since 2002. The versatile tall said it was a moment he would never forget.

“I can’t stop smiling really. I thought we were nearly done with five or six minutes to go and we were down by two or three goals,” he told Melbourne TV.

“We just got that little burst of energy from a few guys and then all of a sudden we got a sniff and guys were just digging a little deeper.

“We had a little bit of luck with the last kick, but you need them sometimes and we’ll take it this time.”

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Goodwin lauds courageous Viney

COACH Simon Goodwin says co-captain Jack Viney’s 38-disposal performance, in Melbourne’s three-point win over the West Coast Eagles at Domain Stadium on Saturday night, was nothing short of outstanding.

Although Goodwin was full of praise for Viney – who led Melbourne as sole skipper, in the absence of the injured Nathan Jones – he said the tenacious ball-winner would be assessed during the week after injuring his shoulder.

Viney was forced to the rooms with the injury, but later returned to lay a bone-jarring bump on opposing skipper Shannon Hurn. Goodwin couldn’t speak highly enough of the hard-at-it Demon.

“He was enormous, Jack. He went off with a shoulder [injury] for a little while and he had 26 contested possessions for the night,” he said.

“He’s just an incredible player around the contest and he was unbelievable, as our skipper.

“He was a little bit sore – he was off for 10...


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Salem seals two-year deal

MELBOURNE has secured silky defender Christian Salem to a new two-year contract extension.

Salem was due to fall out of contract at the end of this season, but the newly inked deal will see him remain a Demon until the end of 2019.

The 21-year-old has finally developed continuity in his football this season, after injury and illness restricted him to just eight matches in 2016. 

Salem, pick No.9 in the 2013 NAB AFL Draft, has missed just one game in 2017, due to suspension, and has established himself in a key role across half-back and on the wing.

"There were no concerns about going into the season unsigned from my end," Salem told AFL.com.au.

"I knew my manager (Paul Connors) and the club were going to get it done eventually so it was just a matter of time."

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VFL player review: round nine

CASEY coach Justin Plapp reviews the Melbourne-listed players who played in the VFL

2017 Peter Jackson VFL
Saturday, June 17, 7pm
Casey Demons 10.15 (75) d Footscray 9.8 (62)
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From the coach …

“It was a pretty significant time for our club on the weekend – at AFL and VFL level. We were similar in the way we played and we game the results we wanted. I felt from a win point-of-view – it was our most significant team and four quarter effort over the course of the year. We went in with some clear priorities and KPIs, around the way we wanted the game to look. To our players’ credit, they did a magnificent job in playing the way that we needed them to. It took us the full 120 minutes to get the job done, but it was certainly not an easy night. It was very dewy and the conditions were tough for the players, but we felt we were able to play that part of the game better than...


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Two forced changes for round 14

MELBOURNE has regained 2016 All-Australian Max Gawn for Saturday’s clash against the West Coast Eagles at Domain Stadium, but has lost co-captain Nathan Jones (quadriceps) and forward Jack Watts (hamstring).

The Demons have also included speedster Billy Stretch for his first match since round five, after shining for Casey in recent times.

Key forward Sam Weideman, ball-winner Ben Kennedy and defender Josh Wagner have been named emergencies.

Coach Simon Goodwin said it was great to have Gawn back in the side after being sidelined with a hamstring injury since round four. He added that Stretch had worked hard to get back in the side after playing the opening five games of the season.

“[We’ve] got a couple of injuries this week with the skipper going out for probably four to six weeks with a quad strain,” Goodwin said about Jones on Melbourne TV

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Round 12
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 18 June (7:20 pm) Adelaide 12.13 (85) def. by Hawthorn 17.12 (114) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,108)
Friday, 19 June (7:50 pm) Richmond 10.10 (70) def. by West Coast 13.12 (90) MCG (crowd: 45,178)
Saturday, 20 June (1:40 pm) Carlton 17.8 (110) def. Port Adelaide 16.10 (106) MCG (crowd: 27,693)
Saturday, 20 June (4:35 pm) Greater Western Sydney 8.13 (61) def. by North Melbourne 18.9 (117) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 7,824)
Saturday, 20 June (7:20 pm) Western Bulldogs 22.14 (146) def. Brisbane Lions 11.8 (74) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 21,129)
Sunday, 21 June (3:20 pm) Geelong 13.11 (89) def. by Melbourne 18.5 (113) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 28,007)
Bye: Collingwood, Essendon, Fremantle, Gold Coast, St Kilda, Sydney

Round 13
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 25 June (6:10 pm) Fremantle 12.8 (80) def. Collingwood 11.7 (73) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,145)
Friday, 26 June (7:50 pm) Sydney 11.11 (77) def. by Richmond 14.11 (95) SCG (crowd: 37,579)
Saturday, 27 June (1:40 pm) Hawthorn 16.18 (114) def. Essendon 11.10 (76) MCG (crowd: 62,500)
Saturday, 27 June (4:35 pm) Brisbane Lions 10.9 (69) def. by Adelaide 11.16 (82) Gabba (crowd: 18,146)
Saturday, 27 June (7:20 pm) St Kilda 7.14 (56) def. by Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 26,511)
Sunday, 28 June (3:20 pm) Carlton 14.19 (103) def. Gold Coast 9.15 (69) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 30,207)
Bye: Geelong, Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne, North Melbourne, Port Adelaide, West Coast

Round 14
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 2 July (7:20 pm) Sydney 14.10 (94) def. Port Adelaide 12.12 (84) SCG (crowd: 28,316)
Friday, 3 July (7:50 pm) Collingwood 12.19 (91) def. by Hawthorn 15.11 (101) MCG (crowd: 75,880)
Saturday, 4 July (1:40 pm) Richmond 10.18 (78) def. Greater Western Sydney 10.9 (69) MCG (crowd: 35,968)
Saturday, 4 July (4:40 pm) Gold Coast 19.11 (125) def. North Melbourne 10.10 (70) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 14,444)
Saturday, 4 July (7:30 pm) Western Bulldogs 9.10 (64) def. Carlton 7.11 (53) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 31,445)
Saturday, 4 July (7:10 pm) Melbourne 9.6 (60) def. by West Coast 16.18 (114) TIO Stadium (crowd: 11,873)
Sunday, 5 July (1:10 pm) Essendon 8.4 (52) def. by St Kilda 25.12 (162) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 38,020)
Sunday, 5 July (2:40 pm) Fremantle 13.6 (84) def. Brisbane Lions 7.6 (48) Domain Stadium (crowd: 32,970)
Sunday, 5 July (cancelled) Adelaide vs. Geelong Adelaide Oval
  • The match between Adelaide and Geelong was cancelled following the death of Adelaide coach Phil Walsh on 3 July, with each team receiving two premiership points. It was the first premiership match ever to be cancelled outright, rather than rescheduled or postponed, in VFL/AFL history.[2][30] Starting times of some other matches were adjusted slightly to accommodate tributes to Walsh.[31]
  • St Kilda recorded its highest score – 25.12 (162) – and greatest winning margin – 110 points – in matches against Essendon.[32]

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