Shaun Burgoyne put the icing on the cake with a daring 50m goal but Jack cancelled that out with a brilliant snap. Olivia Newton-John performed the Australian National Anthem, Advance Australia Fair.. It was the 118th annual Grand Final of the Australian Football League (formerly the Victorian Football League), staged to determine the premiers for the 2014 AFL season. The 2014 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Sydney Swans and the Hawthorn Football Club at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 27 September 2014. Hawthorn's Luke Hodge was awarded the Norm Smith Medal as the best player on the ground. Matt Priddis won the 2014 Brownlow Medal, voted to be the best and fairest player in the league. B: Grant Birchall, Brian Lake, Josh Gibson. When Hawthorn kicked away with the first two goals of the quarter through Breust and Roughead, the only question is how much will they win by. In the second quarter, Ben McGlynn goaled within the first minute in a bid to give Sydney some spark. The series was also reduced to a single test match and several rule changes were made so as to enable greater participation from key position players in the AFL.  The traditional Grand Final sprint held at half-time was won by Jordan Murdoch of Geelong, breaking Patrick Dangerfield's streak of three consecutive victories from 2011 to 2013. , The 2014 AFL Grand Final was the 250th game for Hawthorn captain, Known as South Melbourne Football Club from 1874–1981; known as Swans Football Club in 1982, VFA in recess from 1916–1917, Hawthorn did not participate in the 1918 VFA season due to World War I (indicated in grey), Known as the Victorian Football League from 1897–1989; no grand finals were held in 1897 and 1924. The match, attended by 99,460 spectators, was won by Hawthorn by a margin of 63 points, marking the club's second consecutive premiership and twelfth VFL/AFL premiership victory overall. The match was televised by the Seven Network. , The International Rules Series returned for 2014 at the later time of November. 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Lance Franklin, who transferred from Hawthorn to Sydney after the 2013 season, won the Coleman Medal as the league's leading goal kicker. A post-match entertainment show featuring Sheeran and Jones was also held. The two teams met twice during the home-and-away season, with Sydney winning by 19 points at ANZ Stadium in Round 8 and Hawthorn winning by 10 points at the MCG in Round 18. The 2014 season was the Hawthorn Football Club's 90th season in the Australian Football League and 113th overall. C: Jordan Lewis, Will Langford, Bradley Hill However, the finish belonged to Hawthorn once more as Roughead marked strongly for his fifth before Shaun Burgoyne extended the margin by over 10 goals again. Josh Kennedy drew first blood with a long bomb, before Paul Puopolo answered with his own long-range shot. The match commentary was conducted by Bruce McAvaney and Dennis Cometti for the Seven Network, marking the duo's sixth grand final appearance together as commentators since 2008 and their tenth overall. Having finished the home and away season as minor premiers, Sydney advanced to the Grand Final with a hard-fought victory over Fremantle, followed by a 71-point victory over North Melbourne in their preliminary final. , Welsh singer Sir Tom Jones and English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran both performed as pre-match entertainment at the 2014 AFL Grand Final.  In March, draftee Dayle Garlett resigned from the club, citing homesickness and being unable to cope with the demands of AFL football and training.. I also know that Australian football has really passionate fans so it'll be great to be a part of the atmosphere and excitement on the day. The 2014 AFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football game contested between the Sydney Swans and the Hawthorn Football Club at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 27 September 2014. At quarter time, Hawthorn had a healthy lead of 20 points. For more information about Hawthorne Residential Partners, please visit www.hrpliving.com.  Australia defeated Ireland by 10 points, 56–46, to claim their first win in International rules football since the 2010 series. Kurt Tippett pegged one back for the Swans but it was too little too late.  The club also traded Shane Savage to St Kilda, receiving Ben McEvoy in return. The first quarter began with the teams going goal for goal in the initial 15 mins. Owing in part to a redevelopment of the grandstands over the previous year, the match between, As of 2018, the attendance of 24,032 at the. Most notable among the umpiring appointments was goal umpire Chris Appleton's selection for his first grand final, who had repaired his career after serving a suspension in 2010 for breaking the AFL's anti-gambling rules by placing bets on an AFL game in which he was not umpiring. • J.J. Liston Trophy - Alex Woodward while playing for the Hawthorn affiliate, Box Hill Football Club. Former Hawk Lance Franklin then got onto the scoreboard but Luke Breust replied to make it 2 goals apiece. HAWTHORN 2014 GRAND FINAL SIDE. The AFL abandoned the NAB Cup competition, replacing it with the NAB Challenge series. Kieren Jack and Franklin tried hard to put some respectability on the scoreboard with two goals but the Hawks surged again. HB: Matt Suckling, Ben Stratton, Sam Mitchell. This page was last edited on 19 June 2020, at 07:55. , Chaired by Nathan Buckley, the voters and their choices were as follows:, Sydney did not change its team from the previous week's preliminary final, while Hawthorn omitted Jonathon Ceglar and Jonathan Simpkin in favour of Cyril Rioli and Ben McEvoy.