18 Oct 2020

 
 

 
   
 

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In  Depth and  Obscure Trivia  from Finals Week 3 2020  Match Results
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  • The 2nd lowest aggregate score in a match between these two. Lowest: 62 pts. in Round 11 1999 - Port Adelaide 4.8-32 vs Richmond 3.12-30.

  • One of 4 matches between these two with a winning margin of 1 goal or less and the 2nd won by Richmond.

  • The 1st match between these two with even scores at 1/2 time.

  • The 2nd Finals match between these two and the first won by Richmond. Previously: Port Adelaide 20.12-132 vs Richmond 11.9-75 in the 2014 Elimination Final.

  • The lowest aggregate score in a Final since 76 pts. in the 1960 Grand Final - Melbourne 8.14-62 vs Collingwood 2.2-14.

  • Only the 2nd Final where the result of each quarter was no more than 4 pts.
    Previous:

  • One of only 9 Finals where each team kicked no more than 2 goals in any quarter and the first since the 1964 Preliminary Final.

  • The 7th Preliminary Final under the current Finals System (2000-20) lost by the team that placed 1st on the ladder - including all of the last 3 seasons.

  • Only the 9th Final (one in 75) where the score was even at 1/2 time and the  4th under the current Finals System.

  • The 6th match in this Finals Series that has seen a reversal of the previous result between the two opponents. Previous:
    Collingwood vs West Coast (Round 8 -66 - Elimination Final +1)
    Brisbane vs Richmond (Round 10 -41 - Qualifying Final +15)
    Port Adelaide vs Geelong (Round 12 -60 - Qualifying Final +16)
    Geelong v Collingwood (Round 7 -22 - (Semi-Final +68)
    Richmond vs St Kilda (Round 4 -26 - Semi-Final +31)

  • Its 55th win from 91 Finals played 1916-2020.

  • Its 9th Final with a margin of 1 goal or less and the 7th that it has won.

  • Its 2nd lowest winning score in a Final. Lowest: 5.6-36 vs Carlton 4.8-32 in the 1921 Grand Final.

  • Its lowest winning score vs Port Adelaide. Previous: 11.10-76 vs 5.13-43 in Round 8 2015 and 11.10-76 vs 8.15-63 in Round 15 2017.

  • Its 9th win from 23 matches vs Port Adelaide played in S.A.

  • Only the 2nd match that it has won where the result of each quarter had a margin of  4 or fewer points. Previous:

     

  • Its 11th win from 17 Preliminary Finals played (1919-2020) and 3rd won from 5 played under the current Finals System (2000-20).

  • Its 3rd win from six Finals played outside of Victoria.

  • Its 25th win (1 drawn) from 39 matches played 1908-2020 that were even at 1/2 time and its first won since Round 12 2000 vs Brisbane at the Gabba.

  • The 2020 Grand Final will be its 23rd.

  • Its 13th loss from 25 Finals played 1999-2020.

  • Its 6th Final with a margin of 1 goal or less and the 4th that it has lost.

  • Its 3rd Preliminary Final loss after finishing in 1st place of the ladder. Previous: 202 and 2003. (It won in 2004 by 6 pts. vs St Kilda.)

  • Its equal lowest score in a Final. Equal: 5.10-40 vs Adelaide 18.15-123 in the 2005 Semi-Final. (Also its equal lowest score in a match played in S.A.)

  • The lowest score that it has ever lost to. Previous: 7.13-55 vs GWS Giants 8.8-56 in Round 19 2019 at the Adelaide Oval.

  • Only the 2nd match that it has won where the result of each quarter had a margin of  4 or fewer points. Previous:

  • Its 5th loss  from 9 matches played  that were even at 1/2 time - including all of the last 4 (2010-20)

  • It percentage of 134.1% this year, is its highest ever from a complete season. Previous: 133.8% in 2004.

  • Its For and Against Percentage from 2nd quarter results this year of 168.1% was its highest ever for a season. Previous: 153.5% in 2004

  • The 3rd time that it has placed 3rd. Previous: 2002 and 2014.

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  • Only the 2nd Final played by these two against each other. (Brisbane won the 2004 Preliminary Final - 12.12-84 vs Geelong 10.15-75.)

  • The 8th Final under the current Finals System (2000-20) between teams placed 4th and 2nd on the Final Ladder and the first won by the 4th placed team.

  • The 31st match between these two with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 21st won by Geelong - including 13 of the last 14 2006-20.

  • The 20th match between these two played at the Gabba and the 11th won by Geelong - including 7 of the last 10 - 2009-20.

  • Its 17th wins from its last 20 matches vs Brisbane is its equal most from its last 20 matches against all opponents. Equal: 17 wins vs WB/Footscray.

  • Its 55th win from 124 Finals played 1897-2020 and its 19th win from 39 Finals played under the current Finals System 2000-20.

  • Its 13th win from 31 Preliminary Finals played 1930-2020 and its 5th win from 11 Preliminary Finals played under the current Finals System 2000-20.

  • The 40th Final that it has played with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 22nd that it has won.

  • Its 2nd win from 7 Finals played outside of Victoria.

  • Its percentage of 141.0% is currently its highest for a complete season since 157.0% in 2011.

  • Its 2nd quarter win percentage of 52.5% is currently its lowest for a season since 43.8% in 2005.

  • Its 3rd quarter win percentage of 72.5% is currently its highest since 82.0% in 2013.

  • This year's Grand Final will be its 18th. (Won 9 previously).

  • The 2020 Grand Final will also be its 19th Final - the most by any team in the 18-team competition 2012-20.
    2nd Most: Sydney 18 Finals, 3rd Most: Hawthorn 17 Finals. (The Grand Final will also be its 40th Final since the introduction of the current Finals System in 2000.)

  • Its 17th losses from its last 20 matches vs Geelong is its equal most from its last 20 matches against all opponent. Equal: 17 losses vs Richmond.

  • Its 11th loss from 29 Finals played 1995-2020.

  • Its 3rd loss from 7 Preliminary Finals played 1996-2020.

  • The 17th Final that it has played with a margin of 40 pts. or more and the 7th that it has lost - including all of the last 4 - 2004-20.

  • Its 3rd loss from 16 Finals played at the Gabba - including 3 of the last 4 - 2019-20.

  • Its 4th loss from 24 matches played at the Gabba 2019-20.

  • Its first season failing to score 100 pts. in a match.

  • Its win percentage this year of 78.9% was its second highest for a season. Highest: 80.0% in 2002 and 2003.

  • Its for and against percentage from 2nd quarter results this year of 168.9% was its highest ever for a season. Previous: 160.5% in 1999.

  • The 2nd time that it has placed 4th in the final season rankings. Previous: 1999 after losing the Preliminary Final to Nth Melbourne.

 
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 Past 2020 Rounds Stats and Trivia

 

Flashback Facts
(Relating to  Grand Finals)

 

2020 will see for the first time, a Grand Final between teams that placed 3rd and 4th on the Final Ladder.

Teams that placed 3rd on the Final Ladder have played in 30 Grand Finals for 14 wins. (Last Richmond in 2019)
Teams that placed 4th on the Final Ladder have played in 26 Grand Finals for 7 wins. (Last: Adelaide in 1997)

 

 

      Final Score     Final Score Year
Highest score/aggregate   Carlton 28.9-177 vs Richmond 22.18-150 1972
Lowest score/aggregate   Richmond 1.7-13 vs Collingwood 2.13-25 1927
Most scoring shots 46 Nth Melbourne 21.25-251 vs Collingwood 19.10-124 1977
Least scoring shots 4 Collingwood 2.2-14 vs Melbourne 8.14-62 1960
Biggest win 119 pts. Geelong 24.19-163 vs Port Adelaide 6.8-44 2007
Narrowest margin 1 point Fitzroy 3.9-27 vs Sydney/SM 3.8-26 1899
    Carlton 13.8-86 vs Essendon 11.19-85 1947
    St Kilda 10.14-74 vs Collingwood 10.13-73 1966
    West Coast 12.13-85 vs Sydney 12.12-84 2006
1st quarter margin 40 pts. Hawthorn 8.4-52 vs Geelong 2.0-12 1989
2nd quarter margin 39 pts Hawthorn 7.4-46 vs Essendon 1.1-7 1983
3rd quarter margin 67 pts Essendon 11.8-74 vs Melbourne 1.1-7 1946
4th quarter margin 48 pts Essendon 11.3-69 vs Hawthorn 3.3-21 1985
1st qtr deficit overcome 29 pts Carlton 17.9-111 vs Collingwood 14.17-101 1970
1/2 time deficit overcome 44 pts Carlton 17.9-111 vs Collingwood 14.17-101 1970
3/4 time deficit overcome 23 pts Essendon 14.21-105 vs Hawthorn 12.9-81 1984
 

In 20 Grand Finals 2000-19 the team placed lower on the Final Ladder has won 11 times:

Position     Position     Year
2 Brisbane 15.18-108 1 Essendon 12.10-82 2001
3 Brisbane 20.14-134 2 Collingwood 12.12-84 2003
3 Sydney 8.10-58 2 West Coast 7.12-54 2005
2 Hawthorn 18.7-115 1 Geelong 11.23-89 2008
2 Geelong 12.9-80 1 St Kilda 9.14-68 2009
2 Geelong 18.11-119 1 Collingwood 12.9-81 2011
3 Sydney 14.7-91 1 Hawthorn 11.15-81 2012
2 Hawthorn 21.11-137 1 Sydney 11.8-74 2014
3 Hawthorn 16.11-107 2 West Coast 8.13-61 2015
7 WB/Footscray 13.11-89 1 Sydney 10.7-67 2016
3 Richmond 16.12-108 1 Adelaide 8.12-60 2017
 

Premierships Won 2000-19 by Place on Final Ladder

Place Won Last
1st 6 2013
2nd 7 2018
3rd 6 2019
7th 1 2016
 


 

Premier Only Won 1st Quarter

Premier Only Won 2nd Quarter

Premier Only Won 4th Quarter

Winning Only the 3rd Quarter - Narrowest Result

 

Most Evenly Contested GF -
Margin at Each Quarter No More Than 4 pts.

Most Unevenly Contested GF -
Result of Each Quarter More Than 22 pts

16 of  121 Grand Finals 1898-1923, 1925-2019
Have Been Won With Fewer Scoring Shots

The Greatest Deficit Has Been 9

In 2008, 11 of Geelong's behinds were 'rushed' (deliberately scored by Hawthorn players) which led to a change in the rules. Since 2009 if a defender not under any pressure from the attacking team deliberately 'rushes' a behind, the umpire awards a free kick to the attacking team on the goal-line at the spot where the defender conceded the score
 

 
 
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