(Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)Source:Getty Images. The consecutive wins in rounds 19 and 20, with a combined margin of 336 points, was the highest combined margin in consecutive wins of all time. Geelong recorded 510 disposals through the game, a new record. I don’t think we’ll look at the way we played and think there were fundamental problems with the game style,” Scott said. Geelong's second quarter score of 12.1 (73) was the highest ever by Geelong, and the equal-highest ever conceded by Melbourne. Geelong then proceeded to win its qualifying and preliminary finals in succession to earn a place in the 2011 AFL Grand Final, where it defeated the minor premiers Collingwood to claim the AFL Premiership. Were smacked in the qualifying final by eventual premier Richmond at the MCG after finishing half a game ahead of the Tigers. Or the 2018 elimination final to Melbourne. Scott was correct in his assessment of Thursday night’s 16-point defeat against Port Adelaide — the Cats did have their chances, especially early, but certainly didn’t dominate what was a pretty even game by two solid sides.

But we’d like to win more finals. 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. But the mud is sticking because in almost a decade of finals — since the 2011 win against the Magpies — Geelong doesn’t have one signature finals victory. Geelong finished the regular season in second position on the ladder with 19 wins and three losses, resulting in qualification for the 2011 AFL finals series. Senior and rookie-listed players for Geelong are also eligible for selection in VFL matches. Jai Bednall jaibednall news.com.au October 2, 2020 8:09am This page was last edited on 16 May 2020, at 14:43. I think the criticism is a bit lazy, personally. “Bar Richmond, if you include teams that don’t make the finals, not many teams have good finals records.
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[88] An additional four players were able to be listed until 30 June 2011,[88] however, Geelong did not utilise these places. Geelong finished the regular season in second position on the ladder with 19 wins and three losses, resulting in qualification for the 2011 AFL finals series. Geelong's final score of 37.11 (233) was the second-highest ever scored by Geelong, the second-highest score ever conceded by Melbourne, the highest score ever at. Denotes nominated rookie where player has been elevated to club's senior list during season, and therefore eligible for senior selection. Geelong is a woeful 1-7 in the first week of finals since its last premiership but coach Chris Scott doesn’t want to hear about it. Denotes player who is on the club's veteran list, Bartel, J. Nationwide News Pty Limited Copyright © 2020. Defeated reigning premier West Coast in a semi-final before losing a preliminary final to eventual premier Richmond despite leading by 21 points at halftime. Byrnes, Cowan, Duncan, Scarlett, Wojcinski, Best result from 100 consecutive matches – 86 wins, 14 losses (Round 6, 2007 – Round 5, 2011), Most streaks of 10 or more wins in VFL/AFL history – 14 streaks (Round 11, 2011), Most consecutive wins against a club who were victors in the last Grand Final played between the two clubs – six wins against, First team in VFL/AFL history to win at least 17 regular season games in five consecutive seasons, Most inside-50s in a match (80) (Round 20, 2011), First team to record 100 wins in a five-season span (2007–2011). Lost qualifying final to Collingwood after finishing top, but only won one more game than the Magpies and had to play them at the MCG. Not once have they beaten the odds and sprung an upset and, given how many opportunities they’ve had, it’s unusual. AFL: Geelong Cats coach Chris Scott addresses the media following his side's disappointing loss to the Power in their Qualifying Final at Adelaide Oval. Hunt, Kelly, Ottens, Stokes, Vardy. Byrnes, Gillies, Hawkins, T. Hunt, Simpson, Varcoe. AFL 2020: Tom Lynch drink fan membership, Richmond, Port Ade... Valerie Loureda Bellator news: Hollywood calls star after In... Rugby news 2020, Bledisloe Cup: Caleb Clarke, Jonah Lomu loo... AFL news 2020: Julie Neale rejected Lachie Neale, Brownlow M... Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. “We consistently come up with reasons that we think are much more valid than any of those,” Scott added.

Geelong is a woeful 1-7 in the first week of finals since its last premiership but coach Chris Scott doesn’t want to hear about it. Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >. Since 2011, they have won a mere four of 16 finals and have failed to reach the grand final, let alone win a flag. And so on and so forth. Chris Scott. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)Source:Getty Images. “The other option is you have a really good year one year and you miss the finals three years in a row. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. “I didn’t think we crumbled under the pressure. If we don’t perform well, I’d be very, very surprised if we looked back and thought character and strength of will was the biggest issue.”. So until Patrick Dangerfield has his September moment and Scott proves he can win it all with a new group he’ll be forced to answer questions about buckling under pressure and whether his game plan stands up — even if being forced to play finals at the MCG has had far more impact than either of those theories in recent years. Geelong hasn’t had any glaringly bad finals defeats since 2016 — and last night’s game wasn’t either. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)Source:Getty Images. Geelong's half-time score of 20.4 (124) was the second-highest in Geelong's history, and the highest ever conceded by Melbourne. news.com.au — Australia’s leading news site, Thursday night’s 16-point defeat against Port Adelaide, Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >, AFL trades 2020: Jeremy Cameron leaves GWS, free agency news. Or the 2017 prelim against the Crows. New to Kayo? Watch the 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series on Kayo with every game before the Grand Final Live & On-Demand. All times AEDT (GMT +11). The 2011 Geelong Football Club season was the club's 112th season in the Australian Football League (AFL). He’s also somewhat right in feeling aggrieved at the constant commentary about the Cats’ poor results in September (and this year October) since their 2011 premiership. Patrick Dangerfield. “We had our chances.
Lost an elimination final to Melbourne after finishing eighth on the ladder. Responded by thumping Sydney but were then forced to travel to Adelaide for the prelim and were comfortably beaten by the Crows. Scott is also correct in predicting the reasons behind the 9.4 (58) to 5.12 (42) loss will likely be different from the reasons they lost last year’s qualifying final to Collingwood. The majority of their September duds came earlier last decade — two defeats in Victoria against Fremantle in 2012 and 2013, a shock semi-final defeat against a North Melbourne team that was pumped the following week in 2014 and a 2016 preliminary final false start against the Swans all occurred without most of the players who took the field at Adelaide Oval on Thursday night. If you win it, you come away with a good record. Lost a home qualifying final against Fremantle at Kardinia Park before beating Port in week two and losing to eventual premier Hawthorn by five points in a prelim at the MCG. Geelong became the first team to score more than fifty points in each of the four-quarters of a match. Lost an elimination final to the travelling Dockers at the MCG.