Melbourne win by 79 points
Statistical categories led:
Biggest win against Geelong
With both teams playing their second game in three days, Melbourne had the benefit of being able to play at home against a side who had to travel to get there - and Geelong looked worn out from the start. They stuck with Melbourne, who had also played a tough game two days earlier, until half time before falling apart.
Even though the sides kicked three goals apiece in the first quarter the signs were already good for Melbourne who were playing the better football and were handicapped only by their inability to kick straight for goal.
In the second half they corrected the issue and ran away to a rampant victory. The only aspect of the game in which the visitors could still compete during the second half was in the ruck, but with Brereton kicking five goals for the quarter the game was over. Six goals from six shots put Geelong away, and Melbourne rubbed it in during the last quarter.
Best were Brereton, Purse and Pearce.
Newspapers suggest Brereton only kicked seven.
The Argus - 08/06/1909