GEELONG'S VFL TEAM

Geelong's 'seconds' play in the Victorian Football League (VFL), an amalgamation of sorts between the former Victorian Football Association (VFA) and the old AFL Reserves competition. For more information, follow this link.

SEASON 2017

PREVIOUS SEASON ARCHIVES

VFL 2017 - ROUND 3

GEELONG CATS V CASEY DEMONS

SATURDAY 29 APRIL 2017, 13:00 AEST

SIMONDS STADIUM

MATCH INFO

GEELONG 1.3, 4.6, 10.7, 14.8 (92) DEFEATED
CASEY DEMONS 2.1, 4.2, 7.5, 8.8 (56)

GOALS
GEELONG: R. Stanley 3, T. Atkins 2, J. Jones 2, W. Buzza 2, J. Henry, J. Cunico, D. Capiron, B. Reid, T. House
CASEY DEMONS: A. Scott 3, N. Gardiner, B. Kennedy, D. Kent, M. White, B. Fritsch

BEST
GEELONG: R. Stanley, B. Reid, J. Tsitas, T. Atkins, T. Ruggles, R. Gardner
CASEY DEMONS: E. J. Wagner, D. Kent, B. Hillard, M. Gent, J. Munro, J. Trengove

GROUND: Simonds Stadium, Geelong

 

 

GEELONG

IN: T. House, R. Abbott, A. Black, B. Moloney, G. Horlin-Smith, J. Thurlow, J. Gow, M. Thompson, S. Menegola, R. Condy, T. Ruggles
OUT: Floyd, E. Ratugolea, S. Simpson

B: 8. J. Kolodjashnij, 20. R. Gardner, 66. J. Edwards
HB: 40. J. Thurlow, 39. Z. Guthrie, 36. T. Ruggles
C: 42. M. O'Connor, 16. S. Selwood, 27. S. Menegola
HF: 41. J. Jones, 30. T. House, 64. T. Atkins
F: 24. J. Bews, 12. W. Buzza, 23. A. Black
FOLL: 1. R. Stanley, 51. J. Tsitas, 33. G. Horlin-Smith
INT (FROM!): 54. R. Condy, 45. R. Abbott, 38. J. Henry, 61. M. Thompson, 52. A. Hickey, 50. D. Capiron, 31. J. Cunico, 63. S. Dobson, 58. B. Moloney, 56. B. Reid, 15. M. Hayball, 65. S. McLachlan
23P: 74. J. Gow

CASEY SCORPIONS

IN: J. Harmes, D. Tyson, N. Gardiner, D. Collis, M. Hannan, B. Stretch, J. Wagner, C. Salem, S. Weideman, S. Dwyer, N. Foote
OUT: J. Briggs, A. Brayshaw, C. Pedersen

B: 41. M. White, 1. J. Hutchins, 42. J. Wagner
HB: 19. M. Hannan, 48. C. Maynard, 85. C. Salem
C: 83. T. Bugg, 76. D. Kent, 15. B. Stretch
HF: 45. D. Keilty, 28. O. McDonald, 71. D. Tyson
F: 43. J. Harmes, 26. S. Weideman, 27. A. Scott
FOLL: 34. M. King, 54. J. Trengove, 69. B. Kennedy
INT (FROM!): 75. S. Dwyer, 9. M. Gent, 55. L. Hulett, 24. J. Moncrieff, 5. D. Collis, 35. A. Ferreira, 37. D. Johnstone, 17. E. Morris, 18. B. Hillard, 49. N. Foote, 2. B. Fritsch, 20. N. Gardiner
23P: 22. G. Lok

 

VFL 2017 - ROUND 2

GEELONG CATS V PORT MELBOURNE BOROUGHS

SATURDAY 22 APRIL 2017, 13:00 AEST

SIMONDS STADIUM

MATCH INFO

PORT MELBOURNE5.3, 8.7, 11.9, 13.18 (96) DEFEATED
GEELONG 1.3, 2.5, 5.7 6.8 (44)

GOALS
PORT MELBOURNE: D. Conway 2, J. O''Brien 2, C. Cain 2, T. Pinwill, E. Templeton, B. Hogan, D. Mascitti, T. O''Sullivan, B. Mihocek, B. Pearson
GEELONG: M. Hayball, J. Henry, B. Reid, J. Jones, W. Buzza, T. Atkins

BEST
PORT MELBOURNE: L. Waddell, D. Viojo-Rainbow, T. Gordon, E. Templeton, T. O''Sullivan, L. Tynan
GEELONG: J. Bews, J. Edwards, T. Atkins, S. McLachlan, R. Stanley, M. O''Connor

 

 

GEELONG

IN: J. Henry, D. Lang, J. Murdoch, S. Close, M. Thompson, S. Selwood, S. Dobson, T. Ruggles, M. Blicavs
OUT: T. House

B: 36. T. Ruggles, 20. R. Gardner, 39. Z. Guthrie
HB: 42. M. O'Connor, 24. J. Bews, 8. J. Kolodjashnij
C: 21. J. Murdoch, 11. D. Lang, 46. M. Blicavs
HF: 37. S. Simpson, 23. A. Black, 15. M. Hayball
F: 41. J. Jones, 12. W. Buzza, 17. E. Ratugolea
FOLL: 1. R. Stanley, 65. S. McLachlan, 64. T. Atkins
INT: 66. J. Edwards, 38. J. Henry, 61. M. Thompson, 51. J. Tsitas, 52. A. Hickey, 50. D. Capiron, 31. J. Cunico, 63. S. Dobson, 58. B. Moloney, 55. S. Close, 56. B. Reid, 16. S. Selwood
23P: 62. C. Floyd


PORT MELBOURNE

IN: J. Tynan, D. Mascitti, S. Dwyer, K. Haretuku

B: 3. L. Tynan, 31. B. Mihocek, 16. D. Viojo-Rainbow
HB: 18. M. Wooffindin, 21. L. Cook, 29. C. Cain
C: 30. B. Murdoch, 10. T. Pinwill, 1. M. Rivett
HF: 32. B. Pearson, 23. H. Sandilands, 9. B. Hogan
F: 7. D. Conway, 6. J. Lisle, 28. R. Nahas
FOLL: 36. L. Waddell, 4. T. O'Sullivan, 35. E. Templeton
INT: 12. J. Tynan, 13. T. Gordon, 41. R. Hogan, 33. C. Kelso, 27. D. Mascitti, 2. K. Haretuku, 20. S. Dwyer, 38. D. Iaccarino
23P: 45. J. O'Brien

 

VFL 2017 - ROUND 1

WERRIBEE V GEELONG

SUNDAY 16 APRIL 2017 14:00 AEST

SPRING CREEK RESERVE (TORQUAY)

MATCH INFO

GEELONG 1.3, 5.9, 7.13, 14.16 (100) DEFEATED
WERRIBEE 1.7, 2.14, 4.15, 10.15 (75)

GOALS
GEELONG: E. Ratugolea 3, M. Hayball 2, R. Stanley, C. Floyd, A. Black, J. Edwards, T. House, B. Reid, J. Cunico, J. Jones, W. Buzza
WERRIBEE: R. Clarke 4, M. Augerinos 2, M. Sodomaco, J. Williams, M. Wood, N. Larkey

BEST
GEELONG: T. Atkins, J. Kolodjashnij, S. Simpson, J. Tsitas, A. Hickey, W. Buzza
WERRIBEE: E. Vickers-Willis, R. Clarke, M. Sodomaco, M. Hanson, D. Mountford, J. Anderson

GROUND: Spring Creek Reserve, Torquay

 

(SQUAD OF 500 NAMED BELOW, PRESUMABLY TO BE NARROWED DOWN)

GEELONG

B: 40. J. Thurlow, 20. R. Gardner, 36. T. Ruggles
HB: 42. M. O'Connor, 24. J. Bews, 8. J. Kolodjashnij
C: 39. Z. Guthrie, 21. J. Murdoch, 5. N. Cockatoo
HF: 37. S. Simpson, 23. A. Black, 27. S. Menegola
F: 17. E. Ratugolea, 12. W. Buzza, 6. L. McCarthy
FOLL: 46. M. Blicavs, 11. D. Lang, 22. M. Duncan
INT (FROM!) : 41. J. Jones, 64. T. Atkins, 51. J. Tsitas, 52. A. Hickey, 50. D. Capiron, 31. J. Cunico, 30. T. House, 58. B. Moloney, 56. B. Reid, 15. M. Hayball, 65. S. McLachlan, 66. J. Edwards
23P – 62. C.Floyd

WERRIBEE

B: 46. M. Taylor, 48. N. Meredith, 5. J. Jones
HB: 3. M. Sodomaco, 39. M. Hibberd, 33. E. Vickers-Willis
C: 32. M. Wood, 13. R. Clarke, 37. W. Fordham
HF: 44. C. Zurhaar, 23. B. McKay, 74. J. Anderson
F: 41. C. Wagner, 38. M. Daw, 40. N. Larkey
FOLL: 30. K. Galloway, 24. M. Munro, 21. J. Simpkin
INT (FROM) : 36. J. Williams, 35. D. Watson, 22. S. Durdin, 25. D. McFarlane, 6. J. Sharp, 26. D. Nielson, 18. J. Cleeland, 87. S. Thompson
23P - 56. M. Augerinos

 

ABOUT GEELONG'S VFL TEAM

SKIPPER TROY SELWOOD AND COACH MATTHEW KNIGHTS WITH THE 2012 VFL PREMIERSHIP CUP

SKIPPER TROY SELWOOD AND COACH MATTHEW KNIGHTS WITH THE 2012 VFL PREMIERSHIP CUP

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Geelong's 'seconds' play in the Victorian Football League (VFL), an amalgamation of sorts between the former Victorian Football Association (VFA) and the old AFL Reserves competition. The AFL Reserves was known as the Victorian State Football League (VSFL) for a few years after the original VFL became the AFL in 1990. Geelong remains the only AFL club to field a 'standalone' team in the VFL. In 2003 the last of the standalone teams, the Kangaroos, Essendon, and Carlton all formed alliances with 'old' VFA teams, Port Melbourne, Bendigo and the Northern Bullants, respectively.

By then knowns as the 'Bendigo Bank Cats', Geelong won the VFL Premiership in 2007, the same year they triumphed in the AFL. Captained by James Byrne and inspired up forward and often down back as well by Tom Lonergan, the Cats belted Coburg by seventy-four points to make ammends for their eighteen-point loss to Sandringham in the Grand Final the season before.

Geelong earlier won the Premiership in 2002, inspired by a talented mix of experience and youth (pictured above). Coached by Captain Tim McGrath, local legend Ronn Watt, ably assisted by 'supercoach' Terry Emond and other Geelong support staff, the Cats defeated Port Melbourne (then aligned with the Sydney Swans) in the Grand Final at Optus Oval in front of over 10,000 fans. It was Geelong's first Premiership at any level since 1982.

In addition to those AFL listed players not in the AFL side, 'Rookie' listed players as well as other 'Supplementary' (I hate that word) players make up the VFL side. The supplementary players are typically drawn from the local leagues, usually the Geelong Football League (GFL). In recent years local players such as Andrew Merriman, Adam Cook, Tom Lyons, Mathew Jovanovic, Tyson Blackney and Warwick Knucky have played for Geelong.

 

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