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is this a first for a grand final ?

Post by bayman on Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:46 pm

Spelly, yesterdays grand final had Norwood winning one quarter (first), Port two quarters (second & third) & a drawn quarter (last)


i know it has happened in home & away matches but has a side won a premiership by winning just one quarter in a grand final ?
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Post by spell_check on Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:52 pm

bayman wrote:Spelly, yesterdays grand final had Norwood winning one quarter (first), Port two quarters (second & third) & a drawn quarter (last)


i know it has happened in home & away matches but has a side won a premiership by winning just one quarter in a  grand final ?

Port in 1990
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Post by bayman on Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:53 pm

spell_check wrote:
bayman wrote:Spelly, yesterdays grand final had Norwood winning one quarter (first), Port two quarters (second & third) & a drawn quarter (last)


i know it has happened in home & away matches but has a side won a premiership by winning just one quarter in a  grand final ?

Port in 1990

ouch, that one hurts...very speedy reply & thankyou spelly
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Post by spell_check on Mon Sep 22, 2014 11:00 pm

bayman wrote:
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bayman wrote:Spelly, yesterdays grand final had Norwood winning one quarter (first), Port two quarters (second & third) & a drawn quarter (last)


i know it has happened in home & away matches but has a side won a premiership by winning just one quarter in a  grand final ?

Port in 1990

ouch, that one hurts...very speedy reply & thankyou spelly

There's possibly others; I remember it being asked before...for the record Glenelg won three quarters - none were drawn.
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Post by bayman on Tue Sep 23, 2014 11:23 am

spell_check wrote:
bayman wrote:
spell_check wrote:
bayman wrote:Spelly, yesterdays grand final had Norwood winning one quarter (first), Port two quarters (second & third) & a drawn quarter (last)


i know it has happened in home & away matches but has a side won a premiership by winning just one quarter in a  grand final ?

Port in 1990

ouch, that one hurts...very speedy reply & thankyou spelly

There's possibly others; I remember it being asked before...for the record Glenelg won three quarters - none were drawn.

Adrian Settre won the other one (second term from memory)
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Post by spell_check on Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:44 pm

All pre 1931 and the McIntyre Finals series; the premiership deciders in the following years had a team lose 3 quarters (none drawn as per your request) but still won the match:

North in 1902 (won 2nd)
Norwood in 1904 (won 4th)
West in 1912 (won 3rd)
Sturt in 1919 (won 4th)


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Post by spell_check on Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:51 pm

1977 is the only other occasion for your request - Glenelg won 1st by 5 points; Port won 2nd by 14 points; level in 3rd; Glenelg won last quarter by one.

As an extra, the last quarter this year was the first time a particular quarter was even in a Grand Final since the 2nd quarter of 1994
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Re: is this a first for a grand final ?

Post by bayman on Wed Sep 24, 2014 6:33 pm

thanks spelly, my main question was winning one quarter & winning the match, all other ''stats'' a very interesting bonus, thanks again
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