Please, NO dogs are allowed at the grounds at any time during game day.
MICHAEL THOMPSON | October 8th, 2012
More than 2000 people watched Victoria beat Queensland by 60 points in the under-35 division encounter, which featured plenty of fast-paced action from players supposedly past their prime.
Queensland stayed close to the Victorians for most of the game, but a trio of "super goals" from the visitors changed the game's complexion.
Teams at the masters carnival can earn 12 points from a drop-goal kicked more than 30m away from the posts. Queensland did not kick any super goals, and only mustered a score of 1.2 (8) compared with Victoria's 4.8 (3 super) (68).
"Queensland were getting really close at one stage and the players were putting up a really good fight, but Victoria just pulled away," AFL Masters national board president Peter Coffey said.