I reckon it was McConville who broke Tempany's arm not Johnston.tempany14 said:Definately the 82 Grand Final not only because we lost to the scum but also because my favourite player Bruce Tempany had his arm broken by that undesirable wayne Johnston
It was against the Hawks and I was shocked we lost. Tom Hafey spoke to the boys before they ran out, and really, we should have won it.rosy23 said:The other was our game against the Hawks? after Jack died.
Perhaps a bit like the Jim Stynes death before Melbourne played Brisbane this year.Streak said:It was against the Hawks and I was shocked we lost. Tom Hafey spoke to the boys before they ran out, and really, we should have won it.
I thought at the time we must have been overawed.
I thought it was Port Adelaide, and Port didn't sing their song after the game or something. I cried at the start of the game because they had a tribute and the banner read something like...rosy23 said:A couple of other ordinary ones were when we laid down in games we should have given our all for. One was the inaugural Dyer/Richards Cup. We didn't fly the flag too well for Jack. The other was our game against the Hawks? after Jack died. Sometimes I just hope they'll give that bit more and it's disappointing when they don't give a whimper.
Yeah I reckon he may have died on say the Friday night before a Saturday game against the Hawks.Streak said:I am certain that we played Hawthorn after Jack died.
It's correct. The club needed one week to prepare for the best way to say goodbye on our home ground.feisty tige said:http://stats.rleague.com/afl/seas/2003.html
Games vs. Port was the 24th of August, Dyer died on the 23rd of August. The game vs. the Hawks was the next weekend at the 'G.
Unless the AFL tables site is incorrect?
I'd rate it as our fourth-worst loss under Dimma, after Gold Coast x 2 and the 100-point loss to Carlton on the day we launched the Fighting Tiger Fund.mainlandy said:Obviously fresh in the mind but the weekend's game was one of the worst I've been to. Didn't help that we lost