1910 Championship of Australia

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1910 Championship of Australia
Daily Herald, Adelaide Oval, Championship of Australia, Port Adelaide v Collingwood, 17 Oct 1910.jpg
Port Adelaide Collingwood
15.20 (110) 7.9 (51)
1 2 3 4
PA 3.6 (24) 4.11 (35) 9.15 (69) 15.20 (110)
COL 2.1 (13) 5.4 (34) 6.7 (43) 7.9 (51)
Date 15 October 1910
Stadium Adelaide Oval
Attendance 7,000
← 1909 1911 →

The 1910 Championship of Australia was an Australian rules football match that took place on 15 October 1910.

The championship was contested by the premiers of the VFL, Collingwood and the premiers of the SAFL, Port Adelaide.

The match was played at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, South Australia.

The match, played in front of 7,000, was won by Port Adelaide by a margin of 59 points, giving Port Adelaide its 2nd Championship of Australia Title.[1]

Teams[edit]

Port Adelaide
Edward Callinan Clifford Cocks Angelo Congear
Frederick Curnow Henry Dewar James Dickson
Frank Hansen Sampson Hosking Frank Magor
Harold McEwen Philip O'Grady Alex McFarlane
Harold Oliver Horrie Pope Herman Rose
John Middleton John Woollard George Dempster
Coach: Archibald Hosie
Collingwood
Dick Lee (captain) Jock McHale Dan Minogue
Percy Gribb Paddy Gilchrist Marshall Herbert
Les Hughes Charlie Hackett Jack Furness
Jim Jackson Horrie Jones Ernie Lumsden
Richard Daykin Roy Crisp Duncan McIvor
Charlie Norris Joe Scadden Percy Wilson
Coach: George Angus

Scorecard[edit]

Championship of Australia
15 October 1910 Port Adelaide def. Collingwood Adelaide Oval (crowd: 7,000)
3.6 (24)
4.11 (35)
9.15 (69)
 15.20 (110)
Q1
Q2
Q3
 Final
2.1 (13)
5.4 (34)
6.7 (43)
 7.9 (51)
Umpires: Jack Elder
W Oliver 5
F Hansen 4
J Woollard 3
A McFarlane, S Hosking, F Curnow 1
Goals D Lee 3
L Hughes, H Jones, P Gilchrist, E Lumsden 1

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