Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|When he played his 325th game in a Cats jersey, who set the record for the most games with Geelong?||For Geelong Cats Fans
Ian Nankervis. Ian Nankervis played 325 games with Geelong between 1967 and 1983.
|During the 1992 season what was the total score Geelong kicked against Brisbane to set another league record?||For Geelong Cats Fans
239. Geelong kicked 37 goals 17 behinds for a total of 239.
|How many successive wins did Geelong string together during 1952/1953, to set a league record?||For Geelong Cats Fans
23. This record was set between rounds 12, 1952 and 13, 1953. This included the Grand Final win against Collingwood in 1952.
|Geelong won two more Premierships in 1931 and 1937. When did they win back to back Priemierships (winning two Grand Finals in a row)?||For Geelong Cats Fans
1951 and 1952. Many people believe this was the greatest ever era in the club's history.
1925. In 1925 the VFL introduced three new football clubs into the league. They were Footscray, Hawthorn and North Melbourne. This took the total number of teams in the league to twelve.
|In Geelong's first hundred years in the VFL/AFL, how many Premierships did they win?||For Geelong Cats Fans
6. Between 1897 and 1996 Geelong played in 14 Grand Finals.
1897. The VFL was formed in 1897. Teams which formed the VFL were Carlton, Collingwood, Essendon, Fitzroy, Geelong, Melbourne, Sth Melbourne and
1859. Geelong Football Club was formed at the Victoria Hotel in Malop St, Geelong.
T. The oldest sporting club in Australia is the Melbourne Football Club(EST. 1858).
|If you add Andrew Mackie's number to Matthew McCarthy's number, you get...?||Geelong Cats 2003
30 = Matthew Scarlett. Andrew Mackie - number 4, Matthew McCarthy - number 26.
David Loats and David Haynes. David Loats came from Hawthorn and David Haynes came from West Coast. Both of these guys used to play footy down at Geelong until they both got drafted. Loats - probably back-up ruckman/forward with Steven King and Paul Chambers, Haynes - probably Geelong's new forward.
Peter Riccardi. Mitchell White - formerly No. 19,
Marc Woolnough - formerly No. 10,
Aaron Lord - formerly No. 24.
Henry Playfair. Daniel Foster - No. 23,
Cameron Mooney - No. 21,
Matthew McCarthy - No. 26.
Jeff Smith. Brent Grgic - formerly No. 25 and formerly from the Demons,
Travis Jorgensen - formerly No. 43,
Andrew Carrazzo - formerly No. 38.
Paul Chambers. Paul Chapman - No. 35,
Peter Street - formerly No. 36 (traded to the Bulldogs),
David Mensch - past player and past owner of No. 31.
3. Of course, the Cats won- by 19 points.
|What was the final score, when Geelong beat Port Adelaide, in Round 14?||Geelong Cats 2003
70 - 69. And what a thrilling match it was.
Jarad Rooke. James Rahilly - No. 34,
Brent Moloney - No. 32,
James Bartel - No. 3.
Cameron Ling. Steven King - Captain,
Brenton Sanderson - Deputy Captain,
Ben Graham - Ex-Captain.