The 1913 VFL Grand Final between St.Kilda and Fitzroy features AFL great Roy Cazaly. Alongside this AFL inducted Legend was his Hall of Fame team mates Vic Cumberland, Welles Eicke who debuted at 15 years of age, and the legendary Dave McNamara, who impacted this grand final in many ways, even though he did not take the field in 1913 for the Saints. 219 game St.Kilda Captain Harry Lever led the Saints team with runner up in the 1913 VFL goalkicking table Ernie Sellars on fire for the Saints. Fitzroy had already won 4 VFL Premierships with the 1913 VFL leading goalkicker Jimmy Freake creating having up forward, the game was a cracker! Audio commentary is 9 minutes and 59 seconds.
Collingwood's Jock McHale and Dick Lee starred in the 1910 VFL Grand Final. Carlton were reeling from suspensions to their players due to bribery charges. This was one of the bloodiest VFL/AFL Grand Finals of all time. A tremendously produced piece of VFL football history. A must listen to 13 minutes and 10 seconds of a highlights package from the 1910 Pies v Blues Grand Final.
Richmond's Jack Dyer, "Captain Blood" to his teammate, imposed himself in the 1943 VFL Grand Final against Essendon. Dick Reynolds and Billy Hutchinson lead the way to try and stop the Tigers triumphing. 7 goals each to forwards Tom Reynolds of Essendon and Dick Harris of Richmond in an epic war time VFL Grand Final. History recreated brought to life. 10 minute and 56 second audio commentary of the final quarter of the 1943 VFL Grand Final of Richmond and Essendon.
Collingwood's Ron Todd kicked his 100th goal in the 1939 Second Semi Final against a red hot Melbourne which included Melbourne greats Fred "Checker" Hughes, Allan La Fontaine, Norm Smith, Ron Barassi Sr,Jack Mueller, Percy Beames, Keith Truscott and Ron Baggott. Collingwood's Collier brothers, 1939 Brownlow Medallist Marcus Whelan, Des Fothergill, Phonse Kyne, Jack Regan and Ron Todd create a game that was to remember for many reasons. Audio commentary coming soon for this game.