When did Essendon last play a grand final?
In 1984, Essendon won the pre-season competition and completed the regular season on top of the ladder. The club played, and beat, Hawthorn in the 1984 VFL Grand Final to win their 13th premiership—their first since 1965. The teams met again in the 1985 Grand Final, which Essendon also won.
Who did Essendon beat in the 1993 grand final?
The 1993 Foster’s Cup saw Essendon 14.18 (102) defeated Richmond 11.13 (79) in the Grand Final.
Who won the AFL in 1993?
But Essendon stunned its fierce rival, leading at every turn and increasing the margin as the game went on. The Bombers won by 44 points, with Paul Salmon booting five majors. Michael Long reached ultimate heights in the 1993 AFL Grand Final.
Who won the grand final in 1993?
1993 AFL Grand Final
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Who won AFL Grand Final 2020?
Richmond Football Club
2020 AFL Grand Final/Champion
How many premierships did Essendon win in 2000?
The club set new records for successive wins (20), wins in a season (24), and its average winning margin of 51 points was also a record. Bombers captain James Hird won the Norm Smith Medal for his Grand Final performance. The 2000 premiership cup. (Photo: Essendon FC) Best: Hird, Blumfield, Barnes, Caracella, Misiti, Wallis
What was the best season for Essendon Football Club?
The Grand Final win against Melbourne was the culmination of the best season by any club in League history. Essendon won the pre-season cup and then 24 of the next 25 AFL games, remaining on top of the ladder for the entire season.
Where was the 2000 AFL Grand Final held?
The 2000 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Melbourne Football Club and the Essendon Football Club, held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne on 2 September 2000 rather than in its usual last Saturday of September date to avoid conflicting with the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.
What was the Grand Final of the 2000 season?
It was the 104th annual grand final of the Australian Football League (formerly the Victorian Football League), staged to determine the premiers for the 2000 AFL season.