Geelong’s Record Run – Round 16, 1952: Cats race away from Gorillas

With finals a month away, Geelong faced a red hot Fitzroy team at Kardinia Park. Peter Clark’s series on Geelong’s amazing unbeaten run through 1952-53 continues.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 15, 1952: St. Kilda v Geelong – Saints fade as Cats purr home

Geelong are forced to come from behind against St. Kilda. Meanwhile, the Helsinki Olympics conclude. Peter Clark’s series on Geelong’s 1952-53 record breakers continues.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 14, 1952: Footscray v Geelong – Menacing Dogs chase Cats

Geelong’s next challenge was a tricky encounter against Footscray at the Western Oval. Meanwhile, the Helsinki Olympics were in full swing. Peter Clark continues his series on the record-breaking Geelong team of 1952-53.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 13, 1952: Geelong v Melbourne – Geelong in full flight

Peter Clark continues his series on Geelong’s unbeaten run in 1952-53. Today it’s the Round 13 clash against the Demons at Kardinia Park, with profiles of debutant Harry Herbert and Melbourne’s Stuart Spencer.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 12 1952: Geelong v Collingwood – Cats take top spot

A top of the table clash at home against Collingwood was the challenge for Geelong this week. Peter Clark continues his series on the Geelong record-breakers of 1952-53. Featured players this week are Fred Flanagan and Bob Rose.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 11 1952: Essendon v Geelong – A draw… but Geelong’s undefeated run continues

Another encounter with Coleman’s Essendon sees Geelong’s run severely threatened. Peter Clark’s series on the record breaking Cats of 1952-53 continues.

Geelong’s Record Run – Round 10 1952: Geelong v Hawthorn – Experienced Cats too clever for Hawks

Peter Clark continues his run through Geelong’s record breaking winning streak during 1952-53. In Round 10, the Hawks hosted the Cats at Glenferrie Oval.

Geelong’s Record Run: Round 9 1952 – Geelong v South Melbourne (The start of the run)

Was the VFL’s greatest winning run sparked by a thrashing at the Brisbane Exhibition Ground? Peter Clark commences his run through Geelong’s record breaking winning streak during 1952-53.

Geelong’s Record Run: Introducing Peter Clark’s new column for 2021

Peter Clark introduces his new column which is sure to be popular again: an account of footy, other sport, and life during Geelong run of 26 games without a defeat through 1952 and 1953.