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Richmond defended a surging Williamstown to become the 2019 VFL premiers at Ikon Park in one of the best VFL grand finals of all time. Richmond 8.10-58 Williamstown 7.13-55 TIGERS WIN VFL FLAG IN CLASSIC DECIDER Richmond won its first Hard Yakka / Totally Workwear VFL premiership with a dramatic three-point triumph over Williamstown in Sunday's classic ‘Love the Game' Grand Final. Seagulls veteran Willie Wheeler had two set shots at goal in the game's final minutes to put his team in front for the first time in the match but missed narrowly on both occasions. As a result, the Tigers are in line to complete a VFL/AFL flag double in 2019 after weathering Williamstown's fierce late challenge to prevail 8.10 (58) to 7.13 (55) at Ikon Park. MAGPIES FLY TO VFLW PREMIERSHIP Collingwood claimed its first Swisse Wellness VFL Women's premiership in defeating the Western Bulldogs by 37 points in Sunday's ‘Love the Game' Grand Final.
Williamstown at 2.15pm, after the Tigers kicked the last six goals of the game on Saturday to overrun Port Melbourne, booking a second Grand Final berth in three years. On Sunday, Williamstown led from start to finish against Essendon, making a third Grand Final appearance (2011, 2015) from a run of 10 successive preliminary final appearances.
In VFL Women's, first time grand finalists Western Bulldogs and Collingwood will meet at 11.35am, after the Magpies defeated the Southern Saints for the second time in a fortnight - this time by 14 points. The Bulldogs progressed to the Grand Final after defeating Collingwood in a semi final, earning this weekend off before the season decider.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation is again supporting the finals as naming rights partner, with the Foundation's #LovetheGame campaign encouraging football fans, officials and players to think about why they love the game and to appreciate the skills and enjoy the performances of teams that play in the finals.
Tickets for the Grand Final will go on sale Monday September 16 at 10am, with Adults $20, Concession / Pensioner $15 and Kids U15 free at vfl.com.au/finals
Both games will be broadcast on Channel 7 in Victoria or the 7Plus app, with radio coverage via 1116 SEN, Casey Radio and ABC.
Sunday September 22
Ikon Park (Carlton North)
Grand Final: Western Bulldogs vs Collingwood, 11.35am
Grand Final: Richmond vs Williamstown, 2.15pm
VFL Grand Final 2019The Hard Yakka / Totally Workwear VFL and Swisse Wellness VFL Women's #LovetheGame Grand Final clubs have been decided, with both games to be played at Ikon Park next Sunday, September 22. In the VFL, Richmond will meet
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