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2000 Tynan-Eyre Cup, Grand Final

South Melbourne 3 (John Anastasiadis 9, Zeljko Susa 16, Patrick Kisnorbo 52) def. Melbourne Knights 1 (Xhezair Sulemani 27)[1]

Friday 29 September

VenueVeneto Club, Bulleen

Attendance: 1500 (approx.) 

Referee:

Lineups Edit

South MelbourneMichael Petkovic, Steve Iosifidis, Fausto De Amicis, Mehmet Durakovic, David Clarkson (Steve Panopoulos), Vaughan Coveny, John Anastasiadis (Paul Trimboli), Andy Vlahos, Zeljko Susa, Patrick Kisnorbo, Mark Burton (Elias Demourtzides)  Coach: Mike Petersen[2]

Melbourne Knights: Martin John, Jason Vukadin, Joey Rajher (Paul Magdic), Joe Kozic (Zoltan Zold), Dragi Nastevski, Joel Porter, Roddy Vargas, Andy Vargas, Xhezair Sulemani, Ransford Banini, Toto Da Costa Coach: Unknown[3]

Summary Edit

Andy Vlahos was the star as South Melbourne warmed up for the 2000/01 season by winning the Tynan-Eyre Cup final against Melbourne Knights.

Match Reports Edit

southmelbournesc.com.au - South wins Tynan-Eyre Cup Final (archived)

melbourneknights.com.au - 2000 Tynan-Eyre Cup Finals

  1. http://www.ozfootball.net/ark/MiscGames/2000Misc/2000M2.html
  2. http://web.archive.org/web/20001029015621/http://www.southmelbournesc.com.au/news.html?oid=3180114
  3. http://www.melbourneknights.com.au/2000-tynan-eyre-cup-finals/

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