1914 VFL Grand Final

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1914 VFL Grand Final
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Carlton
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South Melbourne
6.9 (45) 4.15 (39)
1 2 3 4
CAR 2.3 (15) 5.8 (38) 5.8 (38) 6.9 (45)
SM 2.5 (17) 2.5 (17) 3.11 (29) 4.15 (39)
Date26 September 1914
StadiumMelbourne Cricket Ground
Attendance30,495
UmpiresHarry Rawle
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The 1914 VFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Carlton Football Club and South Melbourne Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 26 September 1914. It was the 17th annual Grand Final of the Victorian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 1914 VFL season. The match, attended by 30,495 spectators, was won by Carlton by a margin of 6 points, marking that club's fourth premiership victory.

In a dramatic last minute, with South Melbourne trailing by six points, the ball was kicked into their forward 50. Ernie Jamieson of Carlton leaped into the back of South Melbourne player Tom Bollard at full-forward, to punch the ball away, but a free kick was not given, allowing the ball to be cleared to safety and give Carlton victory.

Teams[edit]

Carlton
S. Melbourne
Carlton
B: Paddy O'Brien Ernie Jamieson Andy McDonald
HB: Steve Leehane Billy Dick (c) Harry Haughton
C: Alf Baud Rod McGregor Ted Brown
HF: Jack Lowe Bill Cook Percy Daykin
F: Charlie Fisher Gordon Green Herb Burleigh
Foll: George Calwell Charlie Hammond Jimmy Morris
Res:
Coach: Norm Clark
South Melbourne
B: Harry Saltau Bob Deas Arthur Rademacher
HB: Stan Hiskins Harvey Kelly Vic Belcher (c)
C: Mark Tandy Tom Bollard Joe Prince
HF: Bruce Sloss Alan O'Donoghue Les Rusich
F: Dick Mullaly Jack Freeman Harry Morgan
Foll: Les Charge Ben Hair Jim Caldwell
Res:
Coach: Vic Belcher
  • Umpire - Harry Rawle

Statistics[edit]

Goalkickers[edit]

The Carlton team that won its 4th VFL premiership

Carlton:

  • Brown 1
  • Burleigh 1
  • Cook 1
  • Fisher 1
  • Green 1
  • Morris 1

South Melbourne:

  • Charge 1
  • Freeman 1
  • Mullaly 1
  • Sloss 1

Attendance[edit]

  • MCG crowd - 30,495

References[edit]

  • AFL Tables: 1914 Grand Final
  • The Official statistical history of the AFL 2004
  • Ross, J. (ed), 100 Years of Australian Football 1897-1996: The Complete Story of the AFL, All the Big Stories, All the Great Pictures, All the Champions, Every AFL Season Reported, Viking, (Ringwood), 1996. ISBN 0-670-86814-0

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