2007 - An all conquering year for the men of Geelong. A year in which the club strung together 15 consecutive victories and created history by thrashing Port Adelaide in the most lop-sided Grand Final in history. The honours filled the trophy cabinets. Jimmy Bartel won the Brownlow, Steve Johnson the Norm Smith Medal, Gary Ablett the AFL Players Association MVP and Joel Selwood was the Rising Star. Nine Cats were named All Australian and on Grand Final day were joined by their coach. Join us as we relive the great highlights of 2007 - a Geelong season to savour. The year the premiership drought come to a shuddering halt - with a tidal wave of wins
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