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Sam Edmund Sep 21
All class from Hardwick. Straight from a pretty dark post match press conference and into the rooms to congratulate the players and Nathan Buckley.
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Swamp Sep 21
Most hitouts in a Final 56 - BRODIE GRUNDY 2018 PF 54 - Todd Goldstein 2014 SF 54 - Paddy Ryder 2017 EF 52 - Gary Dempsey 1982 SF 51 - Zac Smith 2017 QF 50 - Aaron Sandilands 2014 SF
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Michael Rowland Sep 21
No! F*** off, we’re full!!
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Hawk Talk Podcast Sep 21
Channel Seven commentary team heaping praise on Hawthorn for the threepeat YESSSS GIMME
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Swamp Sep 21
Lowest ladder positions of sides that then played in the next year's Grand Final 14th 1999-00 MELB 13th 2017-18 COLL 13th 2016-17 RICH
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Matt Burn Sep 21
No words. What a win, what an effort! See you next week Melbourne-town! I’m coming home! ⚫️⚪️
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John Harms Sep 21
3. B. Grundy 2. S. Sidebottom 1. M. Cox Chris Mayne's best game for the Pies. Many other contributors. S. Pendlebury. J. Howe. Brilliant.
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Nyadol Nyuon Sep 21
It is amazing how many nice people are Pies supporters; I suppose not all of us can be perfect
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Bob Boblarr 🇳🇱 Sep 21
Matty Boyd involved in another Grand Final.. What a legend.
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Adam White Sep 21
Taylor Adams has been like a caged lion waiting for these sort of nights at this time of year... 36 disposals 20 contested possessions 8 clearances 9 inside 50s 5 tackles 1 AFL Grand Final
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Rhett Bartlett Sep 21
In the decades to come, when club historians run their finger over our 2018 entry, they'll shake their head a bit, and mutter to themselves, what a missed opportunity by the best team of the season.
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Cheryl Critchley Sep 21
It’s going to be a long six months, but we’ve had lots to celebrate over the past year and hopefully a lot to look forward to next year. 🐯🏆🐯
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Tiger Time 🐅 Sep 21
Despite reality checking in this morning it would be remiss of me not to recognise the efforts of Jack Riewoldt. He was superb last night, enormous. Single handedly kept us in it. What a year he had.
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Tiger Time 🐅 Sep 21
As disappointing as we were tonight. Collingwood were as good. The disappointment I feel a shadow of the elation I felt last year. This ambush of Tigers aren't done with yet. They have more September stories to tell, this I am very confident of.
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Joshua Kay Sep 21
90,000+ at VFL / match on a Friday... 98,002 - 2007 PF Cats v Pies 95,241 - 2010 PF Pies v Cats 95,028 - 2017 QF Cats v Tigers 94,959 - 91,767 - 2018 EF Dees v Cats 91,731 - 2014 ANZAC Day 91,571 - 2000 R20 Blues v Bombers 90,152 - 2018 SF Hawks v Dees
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John Harms Sep 21
Ed may soon be on the menu at
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Vince Taskunas Sep 21
Is there a better big game player than Steele Sidebottom? What a fantastic player. I’ll never forget him tearing the Bombers apart almost single handedly on Anzac Day. One Pie I’d love at Essendon
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Nugget Sep 21
Can’t remember ever seeing Scarlett SOS or Fletcher getting as big of a bath as Rance got last night. Goat my arse
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Liam Picken Sep 21
Couldn’t believe how many players slipped over tonight. Was it wet, hard or just pressure?
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Ms Clooney Sep 21
Foxtel might move prelim to adult channel. They can't show Tigers being repeatedly rooted by big Cox on regular viewing! 🤣🤣
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