AFL VictoriaMedia release | For the second season in a row, the Toyota AFL Grand Final will not be played in Melbourne at the MCG.

But whilst Victoria may not be hosting the game’s biggest occasion, a Melbourne and Western Bulldogs Grand Final has assured that Victoria, and community football across the state, will be well represented on the greatest stage.

Both clubs have a significant number of players who grew up in Victoria and played their junior football at clubs in regional and metropolitan leagues.
WorkSafe AFL Victoria Country will be well represented, as former Mooroopna Cats, Clayton Oliver and Laitham Vandermeer could duke it out, whilst in his debut playing season, James Jordon will complete a mighty journey from Yarrawonga and the Ovens and Murray League to the Melbourne Football Club and a Grand Final.

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