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Ok I know this is totally random but a discussion I just read talked about the finals wins from last year and it got me really keen to watch them again, because hey why not it was fun watching it live!

Does anyone know where they might be available online to watch (preferably without having to fork out any $$$ for a subscription)?

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Come over to my place; still saved on my Foxtel IQ. 

Sad but true 🥴

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2 hours ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

Come over to my place; still saved on my Foxtel IQ. 

Sad but true 🥴

Same, and I have watched both 3 or 4 times since the end of the season. Round 22 v West Coast has had a couple of views also.

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3 minutes ago, Clintosaurus said:

Same, and I have watched both 3 or 4 times since the end of the season. Round 22 v West Coast has had a couple of views also.

That'd be two more than Goodwin and the prelim  eh? 

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Try YouTube, maybe not full games, but plenty of highlights.
 

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4 hours ago, Pates said:

Ok I know this is totally random but a discussion I just read talked about the finals wins from last year and it got me really keen to watch them again, because hey why not it was fun watching it live!

Does anyone know where they might be available online to watch (preferably without having to fork out any $$$ for a subscription)?

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1 hour ago, Clintosaurus said:

Same, and I have watched both 3 or 4 times since the end of the season. Round 22 v West Coast has had a couple of views also.

But have you reviewed the 2018 prelim?

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43 minutes ago, Dee Dee said:

Try YouTube, maybe not full games, but plenty of highlights.
 

You tunbe will most definelty have the full games. Let searc function be your friend.

If you have an AFL live pass (available to Telstra customers for free) there are full replays of all games going back several years.

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4 minutes ago, binman said:

But have you reviewed the 2019 prelim?

2018 Prelim you mean don't you BM?

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13 hours ago, Demonland said:

Please no discussion on illegally obtaining AFL games. 

Nothing of the sort of course! Hoping there could be a free trial option of something out there if it required a subscription of some kind. 

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17 hours ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

Come over to my place; still saved on my Foxtel IQ. 

Sad but true 🥴

 

14 hours ago, Clintosaurus said:

Same, and I have watched both 3 or 4 times since the end of the season. Round 22 v West Coast has had a couple of views also.

All those and I think I also even have the Geelong win at the Catery from a few years back when they had a Max Gawn superstar feature week.  The break through win against the Hawks (back in 2016? was it) is still in there somewhere as well.

I actually have troubles deciding which old ones to delete, though I don't think too many from 2019 have been retained, perhaps with the exception of the game against the GC, but probably only the last 40 seconds of that is worth actually watching!

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9 minutes ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

...and actually much like @Pates, at times in the past few weeks my mind has wandered towards re-watching those finals games of last year.  I think recalling 2018 gives me hope of rebounding to finals like competitiveness in 2020.

I think that's one of the main reason's why I'm watching them (watching the cats final right now), that talent and ferocity at the footy doesn't disappear. We had a mare of a 2019, but fitness and confidence can turn things around (or maybe that's just wishful thinking!).

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The AFL site has changed recently. You used to be able to watch the 2018 finals there, but I went to view them this week and couldn't find them anywhere. 

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On 12/10/2019 at 5:22 AM, Pates said:

Ok I know this is totally random but a discussion I just read talked about the finals wins from last year and it got me really keen to watch them again, because hey why not it was fun watching it live!

Does anyone know where they might be available online to watch (preferably without having to fork out any $$$ for a subscription)?

Name a game

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 Full Elimination Final.
MCG stacked to the brim with delirious Demon fans.
Don't see that every day.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GDRDtbQeo8Xgc1tpxOLWHhFYP8inGKbE/view?fbclid=IwAR2cniE4EJshQYSTatwqgBopGko5Y-uyYAIyUEULLmxxoNjdYlACeu3cwUg

 

 

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On 12/10/2019 at 8:37 PM, Pates said:

Nothing of the sort of course! Hoping there could be a free trial option of something out there if it required a subscription of some kind. 

GO to the Big footy websight and look for Melbourne Demons they are in the archives the finals you are looking for and much more.  You will find them there. 

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On 12/10/2019 at 5:22 AM, Pates said:

Ok I know this is totally random but a discussion I just read talked about the finals wins from last year and it got me really keen to watch them again, because hey why not it was fun watching it live!

Does anyone know where they might be available online to watch (preferably without having to fork out any $$$ for a subscription)?

Kayo. Its cheap and and reliable but not just for AFL - has 50+ sports and the esoteric coverage of the sport of axe throwing is my new 2nd fav! (AFL demons games my 1st). Am watching the 2018 elimination final Mel v Gee 2018 right now. Hope this helps, GO DEES!

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