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GRAND FINALS – Biggest Winning Margins

2000: Corowa-Rutherglen 27.18 (180) def North Albury 11.6 (72) – By 108 points.
1987: Wodonga 29.22 (196) def Lavington 13.11 (89) – By 107 points.
1926: St. Patricks – By 83 points.
2009: Albury 22.13 (145) def Yarrawonga 9.14 (68) – By 77 points
1991: Wangaratta Rovers 17.16 (118) def Yarrawonga 7.7 (49) – By 69 points.
1963: Benalla 17.13 (115) def Wangaratta Rovers 8.3 (51) – By 64 points.
1998: Wodonga Raiders 19.12 (126) def Lavington 8.14 (62) – By 64 points.
1974: Wangaratta Rovers 23.10 (148) def Yarrawonga 13.9 (87) – By 61 points.


GRAND FINALS – Most Goals

2000: D. Houlihan (Corowa-Rutherglen) – 10 Goals.
1939: D. Strang (Albury) – 8 Goals.
1951: M. Williams (Wangaratta) – 8 Goals.
1977: S. Norman (Wangaratta Rovers) – 8 Goals


GRAND FINALS – Highest Score

1987: 29.22 (196) – Wodonga.
2000: 27.18 (180) – Corowa-Rutherglen.
1974: 23.10 (148) – Wangaratta Rovers.
2009: 22. 13 (145) – Albury
1982: 21.15 (141) – Albury.


PRELIMINARY FINALS – Biggest Winning Margins

2003: Corowa-Rutherglen 21.17 (143) def Wodonga Raiders 5.7 (37) – By 106 points.
2006: Yarrawonga 22.15 (147) def Lavington 11.11 (77) – By 70 points.
1959: Wangaratta Rovers def Wangaratta – By 69 points.
1933: Wangaratta def Corowa – By 68 points.
1929: West Albury – By 66 points.
1965: Wangaratta Rovers def Yarrawonga – By 64 points.
1954: Rutherglen def North Albury – By 64 points.
1985: Albury def Wangaratta Rovers – By 63 points.
1984: Wodonga def Wangaratta Rovers – By 61 points.
 
*In 1955 Wangaratta and Yarrawonga played 14.9 (93) apiece draw.
Wangaratta won the replay 15.13 (103) to Yarrawonga 12.12 (84).


PRELIMINARY FINALS – Most Goals

1933: L. Nolan (Wangaratta) – 10 Goals.
1938: D. Strang (Albury) – 9 Goals.
1947: B. Chitty (Benalla) – 9 Goals.
1973: S. Norman (Wangaratta Rovers) – 9 Goals.
1933: B. Carey (Wangaratta) – 8 Goals.
1936: F. Matthews (Wodonga) – 8 Goals.
1976: S. Norman (Wangaratta Rovers) – 8 Goals.


PRELIMINARY FINALS – Highest Score

2006: 22.15 (147) – Yarrawonga.
1976: 22.13 (145) – Wangaratta Rovers.
1985: 21.10 (136) – Albury.
1975: 21.09 (135) – North Albury.
1990: 19.18 (132) – Wodonga.


SECOND SEMI-FINALS – Biggest Winning Margins

1979: Wangaratta Rovers def Yarrawonga – By 94 points.
2000: Corowa-Rutherglen 20.15 (135) def Albury 6.12 (48) – By 87 points.
1996: Lavington 22.16 (148) def Wangaratta Rovers 10.8 (68) – By 80 points.
1981: Albury 24.21 (165) def Wodonga 12.14 (86) – By 79 points.
1927: Albury – By 78 points.
1994: Wangaratta Rovers 18.12 (120) def Wodonga 6.8 (44) – By 76 points.
1939: Albury 17.11 (113) def Yarrawonga 6.12 (48) – By 65 points.
2004: Wodonga 15.19 (109) def North Albury 7.4 (46) – By 63 points.
2014: Albury 22.7 (139) def Yarrawonga 11.10 (76) – By 63 points.


SECOND SEMI-FINALS – Most Goals

1929: J. Hore (East Albury)- 9 Goals.
2014: S. O’hAilpin (Albury) – 9 Goals.
2005: C. Millar (Myrtleford) – 8 Goals.
2011: A. Carey (Albury) – 8 Goals.
1935: C. Heavey (Wangaratta) – 7 Goals.
1971: N. Davis (Yarrawonga) – 7 Goals.
1998: C. Stuhldreier (Lavington) – 7 Goals.
2001: A. Ross (Lavington) – 7 Goals.


SECOND SEMI-FINALS – Highest Score

1981: 24.21 (165) – Albury.
1996: 22.16 (148) – Lavington.
1979: 22.14 (146) – Wangaratta Rovers.
2011: 23.6 (144) – Albury.
1937: 21.18 (144) – Albury.
2014: 22.7 (139) – Albury
2000: 20.15 (135) – Corowa-Rutherglen.


FIRST SEMI-FINAL

Most Goals

Biggest Wins

Highest Scores

19 – M. Hunter, St Patricks, 1928

130 points – St Patricks, 1928

30.12 (192) – St Patricks, 1928

10 – L. McInerney, St Patricks, 1927

112 points – Wangaratta Rovers, 1989

24.10 (154) – North Albury, 2002

9 – D. Strang, Albury, 1938

109 points – North Albury, 2000

23.16 (154) – North Albury, 2000

8 – H. Gillett, Yarrawonga, 1937

95 points – Lavington, 2005

22.15 (147) – Lavington, 2005

8 – B. Parks, North Albury, 1980

94 points – St Patricks, 1927

22.14 (146) – Corowa-Rutherglen, 1992

8 – D. Houlihan, Corowa-Rutherglen, 1992

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QUALIFYING FINAL

Most Goals

Highest Scores

Biggest Winning Margins

9 – D. Bakes (Albury) 1981. 24.16 (160) – North Albury, 1974. 92 points: Wangaratta, 1976.
8 – G. Feltwell (North Albury) 1984. 25.7 (157) – Wangaratta, 1976. 69 points: North Albury, 1973.
8 – J. Leary (Wangaratta) 1976. 21.14 (140) – Wodonga, 1995. 57 points: Wodonga, 1995.
6 – J. Hayse (Wangaratta) 2005. 18.24 (132) – Wangaratta Rovers, 1984. 55 points: Wangaratta Rovers, 1974.
6 – J. Kerr (North Albury) 1999. 19.12 (126) – Wangaratta Rovrers, 1987. 48 points: Yarrawonga, 1991.
6 – P. Westland (North Albury) 1984.    


ELIMINATION FINAL

Most Goals

Highest Scores

Biggest Winning Margins

9 – L. Buchanan (Albury) 1978. 22.28 (160) – North Albury, 1982. 88 points: Wodonga Raiders, 1996.
8 – A. McTavish (North Albury) 1982. 23.18 (150) – Wodonga, 1979 82 points: Wangaratta Rovers, 1989.
8 – J. Daniltchenko (Corowa-Rutherglen) 2002. 23.18 (150) – Wodonga Raiders, 1996. 76 points: Wangaratta Rovers, 1981.
8 – R. Symes (Corowa-Rutherglen) 2003. 22.10 (142) – Corowa-Rutherglen, 2003 72 points: Corowa-Rutherglen, 2003.
7 – S. Clarke (North Albury) 1987. 21.16 (142) – Wangaratta Rovers, 1981 64 points: Wangaratta Rovers, 1976
7 – S. Clarke (Wodonga Raiders) 1996.   64 points: Wangaratta Rovers, 2001.
7 – D. Bradshaw (Wodonga) 2007.    


LOWEST WINNING GRAND FINAL SCORES

1919: Lake Rovers 6.7 (43) def Howlong 4.4 (28).
1995: Albury 5.13 (43) def Wodonga 6.3 (39).
1921: StPatricks 6.9 (45) def Wangaratta 5.13 (43).
1962: Benalla 7.14 (56) def Wangaratta Rovers 6.10 (46).
1975: Wangaratta Rovers 8.12 (60) def North Albury 5.11 (41).

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