It was Geelong's 17th grand final appearance, with the club attempting to win its ninth premiership overall.  It was Ten's eighth grand final broadcast.
Geelong Premiership 2011 15 Images Fans and players line the streets of Geelong to celebrate the 2011 premiership. Bartel scored 13 of a possible 15 votes to win the award, including being voted best-on-ground by four of the five judges. The high ball flew inside the Magpies’ forward 50 and Corey Enright charged at it without fear for his safety. The two clubs had met in a preliminary final in three of the previous four seasons, with Geelong winning two (2007 and 2009) and Collingwood winning one (2010), but this was the first time in the recent success of both clubs that they had met in the grand final. AS THE GEELONG ADVERTISER SAW IT — THE 2011 GEELONG CATS PREMIERSHIP. Suffered heavy defeats to Brisbane and Geelong.  Mathew Stokes goaled for Geelong in the 11th minute, and Tom Hawkins and Johnson both missed opportunities to bring the margin closer; from Johnson's behind, Collingwood went coast-to-coast, with Krakouer scoring his third goal from a strong contested mark, to give Collingwood a 51–35 lead at 18th minute. , For the remainder of the quarter, Geelong closed the gap on Collingwood: Steve Johnson's goal in the 23rd minute was answered by Collingwood's Steele Sidebottom in the 24th minute.
, Collingwood and Geelong met twice during the 2011 home and away season, with Geelong winning both games; these were Collingwood's only two losses for the home-and-away season. In round 24, Geelong inflicted Collingwood's heaviest defeat for more than six years, winning 22.17 (149) to 8.5 (53) by 96 points; the minor premiership and the opponents Geelong and Collingwood were to face in the first week of the finals were decided by the end of round 23, so the round 24 match could be seen as a dead rubber.. Geelong’s very identity is entwined with its beloved football team. * BRISBANE. Highlights of Geelong's emphatic 38 point victory over Collingwood.
 Collingwood won its second consecutive minor premiership and McClelland Trophy whilst registering the highest overall scoring percentage in over a century. Collingwood's Sharrod Wellingham kicked a long goal in play from 50 m in the 7th minute – although replays indicated that the ball had hit the goal post, and should have been awarded a behind. GEELONG has lost its bid to change the VFL-AFL premiership tallies to include VFA flags won before 1897. When Varcoe kicked his second goal in the fourth minute of the game, Geelong led 14–0. here. Sit back and enjoy all the memories of the Geelong Cats’ historic 2007, 2009 and 2011 premiership seasons, with full grand final replays and official AFL premiers season highlights programs. Collingwood’s record four premierships in a row between 1927-30 were achieved on the back of a 70-1-11 record, while the all-conquering Melbourne teams from 1955 to ’60 had a record.  Geelong won their first 13 games in 2011, before finishing with a record of 19–3 to sit second on the ladder. , Chaired by Rodney Eade, the voters and their choices are as follows:. In the 15th minute, when Bartel goaled from a set-shot, the margin was out to 26 points, and a Geelong victory was no longer in doubt. Cloke's early dominance forced Geelong to take Harry Taylor off him and make Tom Lonergan his new opponent, which helped the Cats stem the flow of goals. He kicked 3.2 after half-time, and set up another to Steve Johnson, with Collingwood defender Ben Reid unable to quell his influence. There was no more scoring in the long second quarter (which lasted 36 minutes due to the delay for Podsiadly's injury), and Collingwood led 57–54 at half time. It was a team that would go on to bring home three flags within five years during the most successful period in the club’s history. From then, Collingwood's backline held Geelong scoreless for fifteen minutes and set shot goals from beyond the 50-metre arc by Travis Cloke in the 12th and 19th minutes closed the gap to 14–13. A change of match-ups at half time saw Tom Lonergan switched onto Cloke, and Cloke managed only one behind thereafter. “The VFL/AFL has its own discreet history from 1897 to 1990 when the name of the competition changed to the AFL but it has been the one organisation since its establishment until the VFL was used as the foundation to establish our national competition,” Fitzpatrick said. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. , Geelong entered the season after finishing second in 2010 home and away season, having lost to Collingwood by 41 points in the 2010 preliminary finals. The Norm Smith Medal was won by Geelong's Jimmy Bartel, who had 26 disposals and kicked three goals. After its preliminary final thumping at the hands of the Magpies last year, the eulogies for Geelong’s era were scripted. This amazing group of Cats, following the most titanic of struggles, the most absorbing of matches, had finally cracked it open. This match was the sixth grand final contested between Collingwood and Geelong and the first since 1953. Invalid postcode. The match was broadcast by Ten Sport on Network Ten. Collingwood entered the 2011 season as the reigning premiers, having defeated St Kilda in the 2010 AFL Grand Final Replay by 56 points. , Geelong did not participate in the 1916, 1942 and 1943 VFL seasons due to the World Wars (indicated in grey), Known as the Victorian Football League from 1897–1989; no grand finals were held in 1897 and 1924. That we sit here in this privileged place today is still difficult to believe. After the 10-minute mark of the second quarter, Geelong turned an 18-point deficit into a 38-point win, for a 56-point turnaround.
The strength of his conviction has been a trademark of his remarkable.  Vanessa Amorosi performed the national anthem and her performance was also panned. In the 31st minute, Tom Hawkins kicked his third goal of the quarter for Geelong, another soccered goal from short range. The prize-fighter who continually jumps back up off the canvas lives in the Geelong culture. Despite Geelong’s continued home-and away success, it took them nine years and five preliminary final defeats before they qualified for another grand final - doing so in 2020 against Richmond. At quarter time, Geelong led by one point, 27–26. In 2009, it was a pulsating decider against St Kilda in which the cats prevailed. Bartel became the fifth player to win a Brownlow Medal, premiership medallion and Norm Smith Medal in his career. In taking down the giant that is Collingwood, it arrived. Please update for best experience. It rides its highs and deeply feels its lows. The match was Network Ten's final broadcast of an Australian Football League match before its broadcasting rights deal expired at the end of 2011 – although it was not its final AFL-sanctioned broadcast overall, with the 2011 International Rules Series broadcast under the same rights deal in October and November 2011. Quietly and assuredly, coach Mark Thompson was building a team that would become premiership powerhouse. Hawkins role was particularly crucial after fellow key forward James Podsiadly was substituted out of the game injured in the second quarter. Scott Pendlebury (two votes) and Cameron Ling (one vote) were the other vote-getters.
In a huge blow for the Cats, he was subbed out of the game and replaced by youngster Mitch Duncan.But Geelong dug deep to kick three of the last four goals of the quarter to trail by just three points at the main break - after leading by one at quarter-time.At halftime Collingwood 9.3 (57) leads Geelong 8.6 (54).The Cats took advantage of a controversial umpiring decision late in the quarter when Dane Swan was not paid a diving mark he appeared to have taken in the back pocket.From the resulting ball-up Darren Jolly was penalised for deliberately tapping the ball out of bounds - and Jimmy Bartel made him pay with a brilliant snap from the boundary line.Travis Cloke was the dominant forward in the first half, kicking three goals including two huge bombs from well outside 50m.He had an able partner in crime in Andrew Krakouer, who has three of his own including a trademark left-foot snap and a set shot after taking a spectacular mark flying across the front of a pack.Magpies midfielder Scott Pendlebury has 20 disposals in the first half, while Ben Johnson has had the ball 14 times and Dane Swan 13.Geelong made the best possible start when Brad Ottens won the first centre bounce and Varcoe streamed inside 50 to kick a goal on the run after just 15 seconds.Varcoe kicked truly from a set shot four minutes later to give the Cats a 14-0 lead.The Pies got their first goal when Cloke landed a long bomb from 60m after 13 minutes and he followed up with a set shot after 19 minutes to bring the Pies to within a point.GEELONG 4.3 8.6 13.7 18.11 (119)COLLINGWOOD 4.2 9.3 12.6 12.9 (81)Goals:Geelong: S Johnson 4 J Bartel 3 T Hawkins 3 T Varcoe 3 J Selwood 2 C Ling M Duncan M Stokes.Collingwood: A Krakouer 3 T Cloke 3 S Sidebottom 2 B Johnson L Ball L Brown S Wellingham.Best:Geelong: Bartel, Selwood, Ling, Johnson, Hawkins, Mackie, Christensen, Chapman, CoreyCollingwood: Pendlebury, Thomas, Johnson, Sidebottom, Cloke, Ball Krakouer, In the 9th minute, Varcoe was on the end of a long running play which started at full-back to kick his third goal.  Collingwood were the best performed side of the home and away season, winning 14 games in a row in the latter part of the season, to finish with a record of 20–2.
It rubberstamped his name on the Norm Smith Medal. The ruck contest was well won by Geelong's tandem of Ottens and Trent West, who beat Collingwood's primary ruckman Darren Jolly and back-up Leigh Brown.
This is Geelong's premiership to lose. ^Discounts apply to most recent previous ticketed/advertised price. The Cats had comfortable finals wins, over Hawthorn by 31 points and West Coast by 48 points, to qualify for the grand final. //cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0024/9803/5810/products/395759-Product-0-I_small.jpg. But the AFL Commission has granted the league’s foundation clubs permission to decide how they recognise their own histories through the VFA, VFL and AFL periods.  This is also known as Online Behavioural Advertising.
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