[u][b]GAME DETAILS[/b][/u] [u][b]Geelong vs Sandringham at MC Labour Park,Carlton[/b][/u] Sunday September 24 at 2:10pm [b]Admission Prices:[/b] $20 Adults, $12 Concession/Pensioners, Free for Children under 15 [b]Gates Open:[/b] Gates 1 and 6 at 10:30am, Gates 3 and 5 at 11:30am [b]Reserves Grand Final:[/b] Williamstown vs Box Hill Hawks at 11am [b]ABC TV:[/b] Live VIC 2pm, Delay TAS 2:30pm [b]SEN 1116: [/b] from 1pm [b]Casey Radio 97.7FM:[/b] from 1:45pm [b]ABC Melbourne 774AM:[/b] from 1pm [b]3AW 693:[/b] from 2pm [b]K-ROCK 95.5FM(Geelong): [/b] from 1pm [b]Fox Footy Channel[/b] will provide a delayed telecast of the game [b]VIC,ACT,NSW,QLD[/b] 5pm, [b]SA [/b]4:30pm, [b]WA[/b] 11pm [b]ABC2[/b] will provide replays nationwide on Wednesday from 11pm and Saturday from 11:30pm [u][b]GAMES BETWEEN THESE SIDES IN 2006[/b][/u] [u]Round 8 Sunday 28th May at Kardinia Park[/u] [i]Geelong 18-9(117) def Sandringham 13-17(95)[/i] Liston Vote Getters: James Byrne(G) 3, Adam Cook(G) 2, Mark Blake(G) 1 Best for Sandy that day: Matthew Warnock, David Gallagher Cook and Batchelor kicked 3 for the Cats while Motlop kicked 4 and Nick Smith 3 for the Zebras. [u]Round 18 Sunday 13th August at Sandringham [/u] [i]Geelong 13-11(89) def Sandringham 11-22(88 )[/i] Liston Vote Getters: Tim Callan(G) 3, Phil Read(S) 2, Tom Lonergan(G) 1 Gamble kicked 3 goals, Koulouriotis and Ablett 2 each for the Cats. Sautner 4 and Poyas 3 goals for the Zebras. This was a classic game that went right down to the wire. [u]2nd Qualifying Final Saturday 2nd September at Port Melbourne[/u] [i]Sandringham 20-16(136) def Geelong 17-11(113)[/i] Phil Read, Ezra Poyas and David Gallagher were the best for the Zebras. Matthew Stokes, Shannon Byrnes and Kent Kingsley were the best for the Cats. Nick Sautner kicked 7 goals and Shane Valenti 3 for Sandy. Kent Kingsley kicked 4 and Henry Playfair kicked 2 goals for Geelong. [b]Early weather forecast for next Sunday:[/b] Shower or Two Max 18 Sandringham are looking for their 3rd straight flag and 10th overall. Geelong last made the Grand Final in 2002 in which they beat Port Melbourne for their only VFL flag but they also won 7 flags in the VFA between 1877 and 1886 before they entered the VFL in 1897. Given good weather a crowd of 15000 should turn up. It should be a great days football. This is the last grand final to be played at Carlton.