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Saturday 25 May 2024

16:35 Local Time

06:35 Your Time

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The Geelong Cats are a highly successful and competitive team within the Australian Football League (AFL). Founded in 1859, the Cats have won a total of nine premiership titles, with their most recent being in 2011. The team is known for its consistently strong performances and is one of the oldest clubs in the GWS Giants7, making them a respected force within the league. The Geelong Cats have had numerous players earn recognition and accolades, including Brownlow Medallists Gary Ablett Jr and Patrick Dangerfield. The team calls the impressive Kardinia Park, also known as GMHBA Stadium, their home ground, with a capacity of over 36,000 fans. Their fierce rivalry with fellow Victorian team, the GWS Giants4 Hawks, is also highly anticipated and draws in large crowds. With a rich history and a talented roster of players, the Geelong Cats are a force to be reckoned with in the world of Australian Rules Football.

The GWS Giants are a professional Australian Rules Football team based in Sydney, Australia. They compete in the Australian Football League (AFL) and regularly play against some of the top teams in the country. The team was established in 2010 and has since won multiple awards and accolades, including the GWS Giants7 Rising Star Award and the GWS Giants7 Premiership. The Giants are known for their strong roster of talented players, including some of the best midfielders and forwards in the league. Their home stadium is the iconic Giants Stadium, which has a capacity of over 25,000 and provides a thrilling atmosphere for fans. With an impressive track record and a passionate fanbase, the GWS Giants are a force to be reckoned with in the GWS Giants7.

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