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Gorania Football League - A Fictional Australian Rules Football League in a Fictional Country - 1948 Postseason

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Quite the drop from my Bulls, from almost winning it all to fishing in last, we'll be back!

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3 hours ago, Section30 said:

Quite the drop from my Bulls, from almost winning it all to fishing in last, we'll be back!

Being in its infancy, and the best players from these respective regions where the teams represent, the talent pool is relatively even that injuries can heavily affect a team, which separates them from the rest. The Bulls are no exception. 

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Backing the Bulldogs in the finals series.

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Haven't checked in in a while, but this series is looking great! The graphics are are awesome, and the stories are too. Just wondering, do these clubs have club songs, like the AFL? 

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3 hours ago, NoE38 said:

Haven't checked in in a while, but this series is looking great! The graphics are are awesome, and the stories are too. Just wondering, do these clubs have club songs, like the AFL? 

Thanks @NoE38! About the club songs, all teams eventually will. Some already do.

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FINALS MATCHES

 

1ST SEMI FINAL

GRIMM VS. CHAVEZ

AT TATFELD OVAL

13 SEPTEMBER 1947 - 2:10PM

 

Both the Grimm and Chavez clubs had plenty on the line when they met at Tatfeld Oval. The Reapers entered the game as narrow favourites but the Nationals' strong late form was not to be underestimated. The first quarter had Yamada dominate the midfield, but simply the Reapers blew their chances. Grimm kept peppering the goals, scoring a woeful total of eight behinds. In contrast, despite being dominated, when Chavez brought the ball forward, the Nationals punished them, gathering a sixteen point lead at the first break.

QT - Grimm 0.8 (8), Chavez 4.0 (24)

 

The second stanza started with Billen scoring the first goal for Chavez to put the Nationals 22 points ahead. Suddenly the Reapers had to answer immediately. The peppering continued, and Grimm reached 0.10. The Nationals added a couple of behinds in that timeframe. Suddenly, Yamada found another spark when he launched a long goal from 52 metres out to put Grimm on the board. The Reapers found their spark and eventually added two more, in addition to a solitary behind, and suddenly there was a dogfight, with Chavez leading by less than a goal at the half-time break.

HT - Grimm 3.11 (29), Chavez 5.2 (32)

 

The momentum continued to go the way of Grimm and suddenly, the Reapers had the lead for the first time since early in the match. However the Nationals would not wilt, but blew a few opportunities. Grimm full forward Alex Peters scored three goals for the quarter, and their straighter kicking ensured they held a two goal lead.

3QT - Grimm 8.13 (61), Chavez 7.7 (49)

 

Early in the last, it seemed like Grimm would run away with the victory with a pair of early goals from Peters and Botha. The Reapers seemed to have it in the bag. Little did they know, their ruckman, Billy Roberts, suffered a knee injury, ending his role for the match. Effectively from then on, Chavez dominated possession, as the Nationals won virtually every ruck battle to score six unanswered goals. The final siren sounded and the match couldn't end on a more disappointing note for Grimm, as Chavez advanced to the preliminary final.

FT - Grimm 10.15 (75), Chavez 13.12 (90)

1947 1sf by TGArtworks

 

2ND SEMI FINAL

DAY VS. RICHBURG

AT ZIMMER OVAL

20 SEPTEMBER 1946 - 2:10PM

 

The Knights were making their inaugural finals appearance and they were determined to face it off against a courageous Richburg team, who strived to aim for a spot in the grand final. The match stated perfectly for Day, with two goals in the first minute of play. Trow dominated the midfield as Salvatore was limited in the ruck, effectively destroying the Bulldogs in the first quarter. The Bulldogs' defence collapsed under the powerful prowess of the Day forward line and leaked eight more goals to end the quarter 47 points behind. 

QT - Day 10.4 (64), Richburg 2.5 (17)

 

Whilst Richburg put in a more respectable effort in the second quarter, it was still all about the Knights. Trow dominated in the midfield, and Hyun continued to dominate the Richburg forward line, as he already had six goals next to his name heading to the main break. 

HT - Day 15.7 (97), Richburg 4.8 (32)

 

A goal fest occurred in the third quarter, with a total of ten goals scored between the two teams. Hyun continued his field day, increasing his total to 11 goals for the match. Knowing the margin of the match, the Day defence relaxed and allowed four goals for the quarter, though still held a commanding 77 point lead, all but ensuring they would enter the Grand Final.

3QT - Day 21.8 (134), Richburg 8.9 (57)

 

Basically knowing the result of the match, both sides simply took it easy in the last and there were limited scoring opportunities. Effectively both sides scored one goal each, with the Knights prevailing by 74 points.

FT - Day 22.9 (141), Richburg 9.13 (67)

1947 2sf by TGArtworks

 

PRELIMINARY FINAL

RICHBURG VS. CHAVEZ

AT PAPPOO OVAL

27 SEPTEMBER 1946 - 2:10PM

 

Keen to avenge the disastrous loss to Day the week before, the Bulldogs were determined to jump out of the blocks early, while the Nationals were motivated to defend their crown. The match started slowly, as for the first half of the first quarter, both teams traded behinds each. A strong mark from Peter Cohen ten metres out in front of goal created a major opportunity for the Bulldogs. Instead, Cohen elected to play on and kicked the ball into the defender, failing to even score. The Nationals took advantage of this mishap and countered to score the first two goals of the game. The Bulldogs returned the deal with a goal from Wagner, though a goal from Billen restored the two goal buffer, and the Nationals held a thirteen point lead at the first break.

QT - Richburg 1.2 (8), Chavez 3.3 (21)

 

Rain started to pour all over Pappoo Oval and the conditions hindered both teams' chances, with a total of three goals from both teams scored in this quarter. A contested pack mark from McMahon near the end of the final quarter ensured the Nationals maintained a comfortable lead of three goals heading into the third quarter.

HT - Richburg 2.6 (18), Chavez 5.6 (36)

 

After the half-time break, the rain began to stop though parts of the ground were still slippery. In spite of this, both sides moved the ball forward more smoothly. Despite Salvatore dominating the ruck, the Bulldogs struggled to take advantage of their opportunities, as they only scored one goal for the entire quarter. The Nationals suddenly had more poise with their counter attacks, scoring the quarter's last four goals to hold a commanding six goal lead heading into the main break.

3QT - Richburg 3.13 (31), Chavez 10.7 (67)

 

The Nationals seemed secure for victory but the Bulldogs just wouldn't surrender. Cohen and Singh scored goals for Richburg to reduce the margin to 24 points early in the final quarter, which gave Bulldogs fans optimism about the match. Staying true to form, the Nationals prevented the charge, as they booted two consecutive goals to restore the buffer. With the scores at 12.8 to 5.14, the blue and golds seemed safe. With it being the last quarter, Richburg had minimal hope. However, a strong tap from Salvatore to Clay, with a goal resulting from the following kick lifted the crowd off their seats. The Bulldogs scored the following goal to bring themselves within 23 points halfway through the final period. Predictably, the Chavez defence stood tall for the rest of the match. They did not even concede a single score as the Nationals added a further two goals to ice the game, and face Day in the Grand Final.

FT - Richburg 7.15 (57), Chavez 14.10 (94)

1947 Pf by TGArtworks

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GRAND FINAL

DAY VS. CHAVEZ

AT ZIMMER OVAL

4 OCTOBER 1947 - 2:30PM

 

The second Grand Final was chosen to be played in Day, at Zimmer Oval, as the Knights won first seed in the finals. Much like last season, the Grand Final was sold out, with most fans cheering for Day, however special trains and were accommodated to allow Chavez fans to travel to the game. Some fans of the Nationals travelled by air as well. The high demand for tickets allowed the ground to exceed capacity, with an estimated 60,000-65,000 people attending the match. The Knights opened out as slight favourites to win the title though Chavez was not to be underestimated.

 

Chavez's momentum from their previous finals matches continued as Billen scored the first goal within one minute to put the Nationals in front. The first few minutes were dominated by Chavez, as the Nationals added two more goals and a behind to start off with a 19 point lead. The fans were not silenced, and the predominantly Day home crowd urged their fellow heroes on. Trow won a clearance to bring the ball forward to Hyun, who converted the set shot to put Day on the board. The Knights began to dominate the midfield, and later in the quarter, had the lead for the first time, with a rigid mark from Hyun followed by a goal for Day's fourth of the match. The Nationals immediately scored to tie the scores, though was subsequently cancelled out to bring the lead back to Day with a 54 metre goal on the run from Quinton Paulsen. Day added a further two behinds to enter the first break with an eight point buffer.

QT - Day 5.4 (34), Chavez 4.2 (26)

 

Quarter two was roughly even, with neither team dominating possession. Day scored two goals to start the quarter along with three behinds from Chavez to gift the Knights a 17 point early in the second. The Nationals scored a 44 metre goal on a 45 degree angle to reduce the margin to 11 halfway through the second. The latter part of the second quarter had Chavez scoring another goal after a succession of behinds from both sides to reduce the lead to five. Day refused to wilt and a long pass from Gabriel Chen to Hyun set him up for a set shot after the siren to extend the lead to 11 points. Hyun converted the set shot successfully for his fourth goal to put Day 11 points ahead at the main break.

HT - Day 8.6 (54), Chavez 6.7 (43)

 

The ground started to rain lightly and with the moisture on the ball, it became tougher to control. The first few minutes had both sides scoring a behind each, before a snap by Richard Smith from the forward pocket put a goal through for Chavez, reducing the margin to 5. With the scores at 8.7 to 7.8, it was anybody's game. The Nationals cleared forward after a spoil by McMahon which rushed a behind through when it looked like a likely goal to the Knights. Goering scored for Chavez to draw the scores level at 56 apiece. Much like the first quarter, Day finished the quarter strongly, with the Knights scoring two quick goals in succession to increase their lead to two even goals. A late behind by Billen after the siren maintained the half time difference. 

3QT - Day 10.8 (68), Chavez 8.9 (57)

 

Given the closely fought nature of the match, both sets of clubs believed they would taste glory. The Nationals were hungry as young rookie Henry Koo scored a set shot to reduce the margin to five points. The match was clearly in the balance, with both sides tackling ferociously. Many ruck battles were fought, though neither team seemed to gather the ball out successfully for a period of time until Trow ran to the goal himself, though sprayed the set shot wide to put the difference to an even goal. What followed was a significant blunder from McMahon. Known for his reliability in defence, he suddenly misguided the ball and it landed in Hyun's hands to allow him a set shot from 35 metres out on a slight angle. Hyun converted to double the lead and suddenly the impetus was clearly with Day. Day pushed forward yet again with a centre clearance from Trow, setting up a set shot for Paulsen. Paulsen scored to bring the lead to 18 points with eight minutes remaining, with the scores 81-63 in Day's favour.

 

But the Nationals refused to surrender. McMahon was moved forward and he was given an opportunity to score. The boos from the Day fans did not phase him, as he converted to reduce the margin back to 12 points, though seven minutes remained. Chavez pushed forward yet again, with a centre clearance from William Yates. Yates passed the ball beautifully into Koo's hands, who managed to play on and score a goal. Suddenly Day fans were nervous, with the margin reduced to one goal. Both teams traded behinds, with the scores 82-76 with three minutes remaining. A boundary throw-in with 2:45 remaining had a strong tap to Trow, who ran the ball forward to young forward Pietro D'Agostino. D'Agostino scored a behind, though it was no longer a one score game. Chavez tried to clear from defence, but to no avail as Day's forward pressure was too much to overcome. Hyun had the ball 35 metres out, but elected to handpass to Paulsen, who ran into an open goal to extend the lead to 13 points with one minute remaining. Day brought everyone in defence to flood the backline, and the Knights were able to take down the clock to win the championship!

FT - Day 13.11 (89), Chavez 11.10 (76)

1947 Gf by TGArtworks

 

Feedback, comments and criticism are welcome on the presentation!

 

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2 hours ago, jcase said:

Would you mind explaining how you are simulating these games?

At present the games are simulated by a combination of dice rolls and MATLAB. Quarter-by-quarter scores are done only in finals series. The odds are often determined with the team expected to win having die with more sides - the differences are larger based on position and team rating. Individual matches are done by single dice rolls and MATLAB.

 

Thank you for asking!

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1948 PRESEASON

 

The board of the Gorania Football League have suggested to add two expansion teams soon, no earlier than the 1950 season nor later than the 1954 season. Nakamura met with delegates from Manderino, Ruddy, Warner, Brackenridge, Goddard and Weatherspoon. Bidding will be further discussed in detail from the 1948-49 offseason.

 

Meanwhile, in terms of player transfers, Vijay Gupta, after a dispute with the Angerer coach, has transferred to Xiong, where he has signed a two year contract to play with the Bears. Jimmy Wagner, a prolific full-forward for Richburg, has signed a deal to play with Grimm.

 

Due to the clashes between Chavez and Richburg due to their prevalence in the finals, both teams decided to have change strips in the event they would play each other. Both designs derive from their home uniforms, with Chavez's a simple inverse and Richburg's an inverse except that the upper red V has become a yoke with white and blue Vs underneath on a predominantly white design. Both teams will wear their home uniforms against the rest of the teams when they play them on the road.

 

Below are the away uniforms for these teams:

Chavez Nationals 1948 Away Jumper by TGArtworks

 

Richburg Bulldogs 1948 Away Jumper by TGArtworks

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Really like Richburg's away. It's like a mix between the AFL Bulldogs and Demons.

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1948 SEASON

Leading Goalscorer: Hyun Ki-Chang (Day) - 77 goals

League MVP: Stuart Arlington (Xiong)

 

Quite simply, the 1948 season was predominantly dominated by two clubs, with neither of these teams having losing records at any point of the season.

 

The biggest surprise was the Xiong defence, both times being ranked in the bottom half, had the best defence in the league in the entire season. Full-back Stuart Arlington, often seen as an average player in his first two seasons for the Bears, stepped up another level to become the league MVP, as the Bears were led to top spot. Electrifying half-forward Vijay Gupta continued his fine form after transferring from Angerer to further cement the Bears' strong play. The Bears won five of their first six matches and never looked back, as they never dropped below third spot on the table at any point of the season, finishing with a 14-6 record.

 

Richburg cemented themselves as a regular postseason participant, finishing with a 13-6-1 record. The Bulldogs started 8-2 to head the league at the halfway mark, but a three-game losing streak set them back before recovering to 12-5-1, holding top spot at the end of the 18th week. A loss to Chavez in round 19 set the Dogs back, and despite a win in the last round, the result was only good enough for the Bulldogs to settle for second spot. Vincenzo Salvatore had a stellar season, with his strong ruckwork considered for MVP contention, but fell short to Arlington. The Bulls settled for the best offence, with a total of 1904 points for the season.

 

As the defending champion, Day was expected to challenge again for the title, and the Knights did not disappoint early, starting 7-1. Hyun's strong forward prowess ensured the Knights had a lot of firepower, scoring 40 goals by round 8. The Knights and Hyun slowed down, going on a four game skid, though were never in danger of losing their finals spot. Hyun still maintained the leading goalkicker title, achieving this distinction for the second consecutive season. Their record of 11-8-1 was only good enough for third spot, missing out on the double chance.

 

Typically, Grimm had a difficult start, losing their first four games, and having a record of 2-7 by round 9. A four game winning streak elevated the Reapers to a finals position, and maintained it for the rest of the season. Yamada's strong midfield abilities lifted the Reapers in the second half of the season, which he led them to important victories en route to a record of 9-11.

 

Chavez for the first time failed to make finals, finishing one and a half games from fourth spot. McMahon suffered a knee injury, which caused the Nationals to go to a skid. After starting 3-1, the Nationals fell to 5-9-1 by round 15, and could not reach the finals without their spirited talisman. The Nationals went 4-11-1 without their leader, and fell to a 7-12-1 record.

 

It all went from bad to worse for Angerer. Hansen suffered a knee injury in round 2, and the Bulls were effectively bullied by opposition defences. Angerer did not win their first game until the ninth week, and by round 16, were 2-13-1. Hansen returned in round 17, as the Bulls annihilated Chavez by 94 points in that match. The last three matches only yielded one more victory, though the Bulls were more spirited in comparison to their first sixteen matches. The defence was leaky, conceding a total of 1955 points or 97.75 per game, easily the worst in the league. Additionally, Angerer lost all matches played away from home. 

1948 Ladder by TGArtworks

 

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FINALS MATCHES

 

1ST SEMI FINAL

DAY VS. GRIMM

AT TATFELD OVAL

11 SEPTEMBER 1948 - 2:10PM

 

The city of Day had finals fever on an extraordinarily windy day. The Reapers won the toss and chose to kick with what was described to be a 5-6 goal wind. Quite simply, Grimm dominated the first quarter, as the ball was mostly controlled in their forward half. Full-forward Alex Peters was unstoppable, scoring four goals for the Reapers. The Day defence had no answers, and Grimm entered the first break with a commanding 47 point lead.

QT - Day 1.0 (6), Grimm 8.5 (53)

 

As it was Day's turn to use the wind to their advantage, the Knights dominated the second. Trow and Hyun put on a show, as Day scored six goals for the quarter to Grimm's one. Despite this, a few opportunities were wasted, as Day scored an inaccurate 6.9 for the quarter. Yamada was dominated, as the strong wind nullified the Reapers' entries into attack, though scored 1.5 for the quarter. Four wasted opportunities by Day proved to keep the Knights behind by 13 at the long break.

HT - Day 7.9 (51), Grimm 9.10 (64)

 

Day scored the first goal of the quarter with a mid-range shot from D'Agostino, reducing the margin down to seven. Suddenly the home crowd were back on their feet. The Reapers blew a shot wide with the wind, and the Knights immediately countered, as Hyun reduced the deficit to two. It appeared to be that Day was on a roll. In fact, the opposite happened, and Grimm dominated the rest of the quarter, scoring six consecutive goals to build up a 39 point buffer heading into the final break.

3QT - Day 9.9 (63), Grimm 15.12 (102)

 

Grimm had a commanding lead, but Day had the vigorous wind in their favour. Despite this, the Reapers won the first clearance from Yamada, in which Wagner marked to have a set shot. The shot went straight and placed Grimm 45 points ahead. The Knights desperately needed to find a spark, and immediately, Paulsen scored a long goal from 55 metres (60 yards) out. The Knights continued to press, and halfway through the last quarter, the scores read 16.13 to 13.12 in favour of Grimm. The Knights continued to dominate, and scored two goals in quick succession from Hyun and D'Agostino, reducing the margin to seven. The Knights fans were excited and believed they would win. Day continued to press forward, though Hyun scored a behind from 40 metres (44 yards) on a tight angle. It was now a one score game. Defender William Burton kicked into the man on the mark, and it allowed Yeoman to run into the goal to score. Scores became level and it looked likely Day was going through. The Knights pushed forward again, and Yeoman took a mark 30 metres out straight in front, but blew the shot wide. Nonetheless, the Knights were in front for the first time.

 

One minute remained, and Grimm suddenly found an open break. Yamada gave the ball to Wagner on his own 22 seconds out, and he ran into an open goal to return the lead to Grimm. Seventeen seconds remained, and the Reapers then put everyone in defence. Day won the centre clearance though Burton spoiled the ball out of bounds. Seven seconds remained. Ruckman John Schneider tapped the ball to Hyun, though was tacked from behind by rookie midfielder Ronald Healey. Healey won the free kick with 2 seconds remaining and iced the game to secure victory for the Reapers! The season couldn't end on a more disappointing note for the defending champions.

FT - Day 16.14 (110), Grimm 17.13 (115)

1948 1sf by TGArtworks

 

2ND SEMI FINAL

XIONG VS. RICHBURG

AT RAINBOW GARDENS

18 SEPTEMBER 1948 - 2:10PM

 

The populace in Xiong were hyping up for their team's first finals match in the league. Many people however believed Richburg would win due to their experience. The first quarter was back and forth, with both teams trading goals. No team scored consecutive goals, and while Xiong scored the first from full-forward Quinton Green, the Bulldogs immediately answered back. The Bulldogs scored a behind on the quarter-time siren to lead by a solitary point heading into the first break.

QT - Xiong 3.6 (24), Richburg 3.7 (25)

 

Effectively the second quarter was a repeat of the first, as Day scored the first goal after a behind to lead by six at that point. Much like the previous period, Richburg immediately answered with a goal from Cohen, levelling the scores. The trend continued and with the scores level at 7.10 apiece, it looked likely there was going to be a draw. With two minutes to go, Richburg forward Alexander Hinkley looked likely to score a goal, though Arlington smothered the ball to force a behind. The margin was maintained, with the Bulldogs leading by one much like the previous break.

HT - Xiong 7.10 (52), Richburg 7.11 (53)

 

Both sides continuously fought early in the third quarter and at that point, the Bulldogs still led by one, with the scores 9.12 to 9.11. However, the Bears went kamikaze, as they ran riot. Gupta scored his signature goal from long range and it suddenly lifted the team. Xiong continued to go on a roll, and managed a total of seven unanswered goals, leading by a match-winning thirty-nine points heading into the last. Forward James Iverson scored four goals for the Bears in the entire quarter.

3QT - Xiong 16.11 (107), Richburg 9.14 (68)

 

The Bulldogs were shellshocked, and Xiong continued to pile up goals on the Bulldogs' defence. The lead extended to 57 points, and quite simply, the Bulldogs were done. Effectively, the result was decided, and the Xiong defence allowed three goals in junk time, with the result ending up 44 points in Xiong's favour.

FT - Xiong 20.11 (131), Richburg 12.15 (87)

1948 2sf by TGArtworks

 

PRELIMINARY FINAL

RICHBURG VS. GRIMM

AT PAPPOO OVAL

25 SEPTEMBER 1948 - 2:10PM

 

Keen to make amends for the capitulation in the previous week, the Bulldogs started strong, scoring the first three goals of the match. Salvatore dominated the ruck early, but as the quarter went on, Yamada and co. found their strides, as they helped bring Grimm back into the match. The Bulldogs lead by four goals halfway through the quarter, but the longer the quarter went, the better Grimm looked. The Reapers suddenly reduced the margin to two points heading into the first break, with two goals from Jimmy Wagner.

QT - Richburg 5.1 (31), Grimm 4.5 (29)

 

The momentum that Grimm had suddenly stopped once the quarter started. Peter Cohen and Harold Huber scored a goal each to extend the Bulldogs' buffer, creating breathing space for the Bulldogs. Both sides added a further two goals as the quarter winded down, with the Bulldogs holding a fifteen point lead heading into half-time.

HT - Richburg 9.3 (57), Grimm 6.6 (42)

 

Much like the previous two quarters, the Bulldogs started strongly, with goals from Singh and Huber, as the lead extended to 27 points. The Reapers need to find answers quickly, and little-known midfielder John Flores started to lift, as Yamada's impact was limited. The Bulldogs paid little respect to Flores, and suddenly, Flores lifted Grimm out of trouble, reducing the margin to two points, with two goals from Wagner helping out against his former side. With the scores 11.3 to 10.7, Grimm had the momentum. Whilst Richburg scored the next goal and behind, Wagner continued to dominate, scoring two further goals, including a goal to put Grimm ahead for the first time heading into the final quarter on the siren.

3QT - Richburg 12.4 (76), Grimm 12.7 (79)

 

The match was suddenly tight, and true to form, the Bulldogs scored a long goal from Huber to restore the lead. However, three behinds were scored, which increased Richburg's lead to an even goal. Yamada passed to Flores in the half forward area, which he converted to level the scores. It was anyone's game. As the game went on, Salvatore started to dominate in the ruck. Despite this, Grimm regained the lead after Richburg scored two consecutive behinds, with Wagner scoring his eighth goal against his former side. Despite this, the Bulldogs countered and Singh scored to restore the lead to Richburg. Four minutes remained, and the Bulldogs locked the ball in their forward line. However, only a behind was added, with the margin only at three points. Time ticked and two minutes remained. The Reapers appeared to have a golden opportunity when Botha was wide open with an open goal. However it was not to be as he tripped, allowing the Richburg defence to tackle him. The Bulldogs subsequently won the free kick, and thrusted forward. Salvatore scored a goal from 48 metres (52 yards) out to book the Bulldogs into the Grand Final.

FT - Richburg 15.10 (100), Grimm 14.7 (91)

1948 Pf by TGArtworks

 

 

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Yikes, Grimm almost pulled off the biggest choke job in sports history. Games have been exciting. Looking forward to the grand final!

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