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I didn't want to start a new thread for this article in the Age. In case some of you that may have missed this.

Remembering those that left us too early in life, but I'm sure they are with us in spirit. Their families are keeping their legacy going.


Greg Parke played in the Mid 60's passed on, the morning of the 2021 Grand final.

With the sadness that we have endured over the long journey to add No 13 to the trophy cabinet, the families of some of our past greats now have a big smile on their faces. Lest we forget.


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Apologies if this has already been covered in this thread (thanks so much for everyone's contributions) but I'm keen to have a copy of the full grand final with the different commentaries in the best quality available.

Is the only option to purchase the DVD?  I'm happy to pay but I don't think DVD is a good long term option as DVD players are already rare (I don't have one anymore).  As far as i know there isn't a digital purchase option?

I know you an watch through Kayo - but I don't want to have to have a Kayo membership just to watch the GF in future (and I think they wouldn't have the different commentary options?)

I'm sure I'm not the only trying to find the best option for this - what has everyone else done?

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Somewhere on some thread in the chaos and ecstasy following the GF there was a photo of CP5 and Clarrie as juniors, holding up some medals.

Can anyone tell me where to find it, and also does anyone know when and at which event it was taken.

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22 hours ago, Timothy Reddan-A'Blew said:



Any idea of the year and the occasion?

Dare to dream, young men - could they have dreamed of this though?

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On 10/1/2021 at 4:54 PM, Dees_In_October said:

Thought Demonlanders might appreciate having all this gathered in one spot.

Comment anything I've missed and I'll add it to the list.




Road to the Grand Final – MFC


Past players video message


AFLW players video message


Channel 7 Grand Final intro


Dees take to the field ‘One team; One dream’







SEN full call (audio only)


Melbourne fans on post-game talkback SEN


Chris from Camberwell



Dennis Cometti’s last call:


Qtr 1


Qtr 2


Qtr 3


Qtr 4






SEN Commentary synced with vision [full game] – Yeah the Dees

3AW Commentary synced with vision [full game] – Yeah the Dees

MMM (ft Dennis Cometti) Commentary synced with vision [full game] – Yeah the Dees

Multi-Call: Angus Brawshaw Puts Melbourne in Front! – The Mighty Dees

Multi-Call: Petracca Kickstarts the Demons – The Mighty Dees


Multi-Call: Melbourne’s Third Quarter Blitz – The Mighty Dees


Multi-Call: The Final Siren – The Mighty Dees

Multi-Call: Bayley Fritsch Goes Back to Back! – The Mighty Dees


All the goals – MFC


Mini-match – AFL


Petracca: Norm Smith highlights – AFL


Fritta’s six goals – MFC








Lyon presents the cup – AFL

Channel 7 post match

Team song 1.0


Team song 2.0


In the rooms again


Final siren and song in Melbourne cheer squad – gamblore514


Fans in Perth CBD


Melbourne Demons sing-along ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘Grand Old Flag’






Goodwin and Petracca presser – MFC


Inside the rooms – post-match interview highlights – MFC


Petracca – MFC

Viney – AFL


Brown – AFL


May – AFL


Gawn – AFL


Fritta – MFC


Fox Footy: Garry Lyon in the Melbourne Rooms




Sunday Footy Show


Panel commentary










Gus and Gawny and the Premiership Cup Podcast/Video


Viney and Goody call Todd


Hectic Fan Vlog from the MFC cheer squad


MFC Social Wrap


MFC Fan’s View


Demon Fan Diaries


Celebrations at Forrest Place, Perth


Garry Lyon reacts on SEN


The Age Real Footy podcast


Jeff White reacts

Ben Brown run-up meme






At long last: For the Demons, this is a grand new flag – Jake Niall (The Age)


Dee-Fence: the secret weapon in Melbourne’s drought-breaking season – Nathan Schmook (AFL.com)


Luke Jackson re: Max Gawn – Sarah Black (AFL.com)


Premiership skipper Gawn a captain for the ages – Peter Ryan (The Age)


How the west was won: Decade of dysfunction wiped away in 31 seconds – Riley Beveridge (AFL.com)


Everybody loves a happy ending - Demonblog


Melbourne exorcises demons to rise from 57-year hell – The Sporting Landscape






Fox Footy panel


AFL 360


Countdown with Daisy Pearce


On the Couch





Oliver goal celebration


Ben Brown realises he’s a premiership player


The team and the cup


Neale Daniher


2021 Premiers


ANB ski mask


Jack Viney snow angel


Kozzie’s air time / team celebrates


Kate Roffey and Simon Goodwin


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Fritter points to his jumper (Michael Wilson)

Gawn and Harmes video call Jonesy (Michael Wilson)




Then and now: Jackson's rise to stardom  - MFC YouTube

Premiership Tales series - MFC YouTube

Every Player's Grand Final Highlights - The Mighty Demons YouTube



How have I only just found this now? Incredible. My next 2 weeks are set. 

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3 hours ago, The Mighty Demons said:

For those interested...

The video goes live at 8:30pm tonight! It'll be readily available for rewatching after the premiere! 

That was highly enjoyable, just sat back in the chair with beer in hand and watched the most wonderful 30mins of goal kicking. He is a beautiful left foot kick but gee he is good on the right when he needs to be. Always loved Robbo as a medium sized hybrid forward but I'm thinking Fritsch has him covered.

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On 12/28/2021 at 5:33 PM, The Mighty Demons said:

For those interested...

The video goes live at 8:30pm tonight! It'll be readily available for rewatching after the premiere! 

Gee, that was good to watch!

What a nightmare matchup he's proving to be. Too quick for a tall defender and too much of an aerial threat for a small/medium defender.

Odd thing to notice, but very few of his goals seem to originate from free kicks. He works hard for his goals, which is part of the reason he's so good to watch.

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