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2022 GRAND FINAL


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What a ****ty, ****ty morning! 

At the start of this year I was dead set certain I'd finally be putting my GF guarantee to use and heading off to watch the Dees defend their crown.

What a [censored] up of a season.

As to the outcome today. I'd be physically ill if I have to watch Scott arrogantly soaking in the victory  .  Go  Swans!

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On 9/18/2022 at 12:34 PM, hemingway said:

Dees out in straight sets. Geelong and Swans in the GF. 

Just feeling profoundly depressed today. 

Yeahbut Still hate Jeelong more!

GO SWANNIES

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9 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

What a ****ty, ****ty morning! 

At the start of this year I was dead set certain I'd finally be putting my GF guarantee to use and heading off to watch the Dees defend their crown.

What a [censored] up of a season.

As to the outcome today. I'd be physically ill if I have to watch Scott arrogantly soaking in the victory  .  Go  Swans!

If Geelong win, I will stop watching on the final siren (or earlier if they have it sewn up).

My fervent hope other than a Syd win is that Dangerfield does NOT win the NSM.

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This GF is a real struggle because it brings back the pain of not experiencing this live last year.

Its fantastic that we won last year but it hurts to have been denied that joy and seeing what the GF fans have this week makes me jealous.

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Jane Bunn 

Geelong 6

First goal Tom Papley

Norm Smith Jeremy Cameron

Top of the ladder, smashed the Lions. Injury at the Swans. 

Scott Gullan 

Geelong 28

First goal Will Hayward

Norm Smith Patrick Dangerfield

Best team for the year for a reason. Reliance on stars gone, have a sense of destiny about them

Sam Landsberger 

Sydney 2

First goal Errol Gulden

Norm Smith Tom Papley

Greatest season gets the greatest Grand Final as the greatest of all time gets his first premiership medal in the last game of a Buddy long contract.

Gerard Whateley

Geelong 18

First goal Tom Hawkins

Norm Smith Patrick Dangerfield

Perfectly poised to complete a brilliantly orchestrated campaign.

Rebecca Williams 

Geelong 6

First goal Tyson Stengle

Norm Smith Jeremy Cameron

The dominant side of the competition all year with the weapons to get the job done.

Glenn McFarlane 

Geelong 16

First goal Lance Franklin

Norm Smith Jeremy Cameron

Sixteen wins in a row would be fitting end for the most consistent and best team of the season.

Jay Clark

Geelong 15

First goal Tyson Stengle

Norm Smith Tom Stewart 

Cats will play with a spare defender to take sting out of Sydney pressure. 

Lauren Wood

Geelong 16

First goal Tom Papley

Norm Smith Sam De Koning

Experience counts for plenty and these Cats have it in spades. It’s Danger time. 

Mark Robinson

Geelong 28

First goal Tyson Stengle

Norm Smith Tom Stewart

Perfectly balanced between offence and defence. Will make it 16 in a row and end one of the more dominant season by a club.

Simeon Thomas-Wilson

Sydney 4

First goal Brad Close

Norm Smith 

Chris Cavanagh

Geelong 18

First goal Tyson Stengle

Norm Smith Tom Stewart

The Cats have been the best team all year and don’t have many weak links.

Jon Ralph 

Geelong 9

First goal Patrick Dangerfield

Norm Smith Tyson Stengle

Cameron and Stengle the game-breakers despite Sydney’s pressure turning this into an old-fashioned scrap.

Tim Watson

Geelong 22

First goal Tyson Stengle

North Smith Jeremy Cameron

Geelong’s form is compelling. The Cats have shown few weaknesses in their 15-game winning streak.

Liz Walsh 

Sydney 8

First goal Isaac Heeney

Norm Smith

Mick Malthouse

Geelong 36

First goal Jeremy Cameron

Norm Smith Patrick Dangerfield

Geelong is in great form, fit, and has been the master of all. Sydney may be unbalanced without Sam Reid.

Kath Loughnan

Sydney 15

First goal Tom Papley

Norm Smith Luke Parker

Sydney’s elite pressure over four quarters coupled with their dynamic forward line and underrated backline will deliver the Swans an earlier than expected premiership.

Ebony Marinoff 

Sydney

First goal Chad Warner 

Norm Smith

Sally Capp 

Geelong 56

First goal Brad Close

Norm Smith Gary Rohan

The Grand Final is back where it belongs in Australia’s sporting capital. The city is the winner.

David King 

Geelong 22

First goal Tom Hawkins

Norm Smith Jeremy Cameron

Healthy, too much experience, too many match winners forward of centre.

Mick McGuane

Geelong 15

First goal Will Hayward

Norm Smith Cam Guthrie

Geelong’s defensive mechanisms will disrupt the Swans ball movement and their attack is potent.

Dermott Brereton

Geelong 5

First goal Patrick Dangerfield

Norm Smith Patrick Dangerfield

Sarah Jones

Geelong 14

First goal Tom Hawkins

Norm Smith Jeremy Cameron

I’d love to see Joel Selwood - a champion on & off the field lift the cup. 

Matt Turner

Geelong 6

First goal Gary Rohan

Norm Smith Mitch Duncan

Have looked like the premiers for a long time now and should be a bit too strong on Saturday.

James Hird

Geelong 10

First goal Tom Hawkins

Norm Smith Joel Selwood

Graham Cornes 

Geelong 41

First goal Isaac Heeney

Norm Smith

Chloe Molloy 

Geelong 

First goal Will Hayward

Norm Smith Jeremy Cameron

The best team all year prove why, with the best player in the competition firing.

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So lucky me got tickets in the MCC ballot, don't get me wrong I'm very thankful but just can't help but feel a tad disappointed it's not us today.

As I stated in another thread it would be good if some of the boys got to the G today to make them realise what they've missed out on playing at the G gf day. 

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After loads of rain it is an absolutely stunning day here in the northern Rivers.

I never thought winning a flag would lead to feeling so hollow today.

Thoughts with everyone today.

I hope this burns our club to come back harder next year.

Gardening, beach then coffin bay oysters, prawns, champagne and beers.....and some OxyContin if the cats get up.

See you all at the big dance next year. 

Go Dees.

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6 minutes ago, DubDee said:

14 straight wins coming into the game

Cats down by 2 and Danger marks on the siren

 Hits the post!

*the only thing that would make me happy today 

Changed my mind, a dodgy score review over-turning the goal after the Cats celebrate. Then Scott’s head explodes

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