1950 VFL Grand Final

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1950 VFL Grand Final
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Essendon
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North Melbourne
13.14 (92) 7.12 (54)
1 2 3 4
ESS 7.3 (45) 7.6 (48) 10.11 (71) 13.14 (92)
NM 4.0 (24) 5.5 (35) 7.9 (51) 7.12 (54)
Date 23 September 1950
Stadium Melbourne Cricket Ground
Attendance 85,869
← 1949 VFL Grand Final 1951 →

The 1950 VFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Essendon Football Club and North Melbourne Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 23 September 1950. It was the 54th annual Grand Final of the Victorian Football League, staged to determine the premiers for the 1950 VFL season. The match, attended by 85,869 spectators, was won by Essendon by 38 points, marking that club's tenth premiership victory.

This was North Melbourne's first ever VFL Grand Final while Essendon were competing in their fifth successive premiership decider. They were the reigning premiers, having defeated Carlton in the 1949 VFL Grand Final. Essendon's victory sent the retiring Dick Reynolds out in style, although he would come out of retirement for one final game in 1951.

Teams

Essendon
N. Melbourne
Essendon
B: Les Gardiner Bill Brittingham Wally May
HB: Harold Lambert Roy McConnell Norm McDonald
C: Chris Lambert Alan Dale Jack Collins
HF: Jack Jones Bill Snell Albert Harper
F: Dick Reynolds (c) John Coleman Ron McEwin
Foll: Bob McClure Bob Syme Bill Hutchison
Res: Ted Leehane Noel Allanson
Coach: Dick Reynolds
North Melbourne
B: Pat Kelly Jock McCorkell John Reeves
HB: Ted Jarrard Reg Ryan Les Reeves
C: Keith McKenzie Kevin Dynon Les Mogg
HF: Gerald Marchesi Frank Jeeves Don Condon
F: Bob Brooker Jock Spencer Tim Robb
Foll: Col Thornton Les Foote (c) Jim Malone
Res: Vic Lawrence Jack Hedley
Coach: Wally Carter

Statistics

Goalkickers

Essendon FC team, premiers

Essendon

  • Coleman 4
  • Reynolds 2
  • Syme 2
  • Dale 1
  • Harper 1
  • Hutchison 1
  • McEwin 1
  • Snell 1

North Melbourne

  • Spencer 3
  • Robb 2
  • Brooker 1
  • Dynon 1

References

  • 1950 Grand Final stats page on AFL Tables
  • 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

See also

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