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Casey Demons

Seasons

20092010 2011 2012 2013
2014 2015 2016201720182019
2021 2022


After a successful alignment with Sandringham from 2000 to 2008, Melbourne switched affiliate with St. Kilda in an attempt to break into the growth area around Cranbourne and Casey. The club formerly known as Springvale had won 23 premierships in various competitions, and played in the VFA-VFL since 1982. They had initially been invited to the VFA when a second division was introduced in 1961 but elected to keep playing in the Federal Football League. They won another six flags before leaving the competition, and won the VFA's Division Two title in their second year, following up with the top flight premiership in 1987.

The Scorpions dominated the last days of a standalone VFA/VFL and won premierships in 1995, 1996, 1998 and 1999. Aligned to St Kilda from 2000 they failed to make another Grand Final. In 2006 the club moved to Casey Fields and rebranded as 'Casey Scorpions'. In 2009, Melbourne and St Kilda traded affiliates, with the Saints taking on Sandringham instead. In June of that year Melbourne and the City of Casey signed a 30-year-deal to use Casey Fields as a training ground and to promote the Melbourne Football Club brand in the south-east area. The club agreed to undertake community programs at an estimated value of $630,000 per year.

In 2022, the club won its first premiership since aligning with Melbourne.

Coaches

NameYears
Peter German 2009
Brad Gotch 2010 - 2011
Brett Lovett 2012
Rohan Welsh 2013 - 2014
Justin Plapp 2015 - 2017
Jade Rawlings 2018 - 2019
Sam Radford 2019
Mark Corrigan 2021 -

Records

Biggest win

MarginMatchOpposition
1 144 Round 1, 2016 Frankston
2 129 Round 18, 2013 Bendigo
3 111 Round 12, 2009 Bendigo
4 110 Round 8, 2022 North Melbourne
5 107 Round 1, 2018Coburg
5 107 Round 3, 2021 North Melbourne
7 106 Round 7 2018Frankston
8 100 Round 22, 2011 Northern Bullants
9 98 Round 13, 2009 Frankston
10 91 Round 11, 2016 North Ballarat
10 91 Round 19, 2022 Northern Bullants

Highest score

ScoreMatchOpposition
1 28.12.180 Round 22, 2011 Northern Bullants
1 28.12.180 Round 1, 2018 Coburg
3 27.17.179 Round 1, 2016 Frankston
4 25.12.162 Round 3, 2013 Essendon
5 25.9.159 Round 16, 2011 Frankston
6 23.11.149 Round 1, 2013 Frankston
6 23.11.149 Round 18, 2013 Bendigo
8 21.17.143 Round 12, 2009 Bendigo
9 22.10.142 Round 11, 2011 Collingwood
10 21.15.141 Round 9, 2013 Collingwood

Biggest loss

MarginMatchOpposition
1 128 Round 18, 2011 Geelong
2 124 Round 10, 2010 Williamstown
3 115 Elimination Final, 2009 Collingwood
4 108 Round 18, 2014 Port Melbourne
5 103 Round 1, 2009 Sandringham
6 97 Qualifying Final, 2011 Port Melbourne
7 85 Round 11, 2014Box Hill
8 80 Round 12, 2014 Williamstown
9 78 Round 14, 2012 Werribee
10 74 Round 17, 2015 Box Hill

Lowest score

ScoreMatchOpposition
1 2.7.19 Round 10, 2016 Collingwood
2 3.10.28 Qualifying Final, 2012 Werribee
3 4.6.30 Round 12, 2014 Williamstown
4 4.8.32 Round 10, 2010 Williamstown
5 5.8.38 Semi Final, 2012 Williamstown
5 5.8.38 Round 20, 2015Sandringham
5 4.14.38 Round 20 2019 Frankston
8 5.9.39 Round 4, 2014 Sandringham
8 5.9.39 Round 16, 2019 Geelong
10 5.10.40 Round 11, 2017 Port Melbourne

6+ goals in a game (MFC listed players from 2010)

PlayerMatchOpposition
10 Brad Miller Round 16, 2010 Gold Coast
8 Lynden Dunn Round 8, 2010 Box Hill
7 Sam Weideman Round 12, 2018 Coburg
7 Sam Weideman Round 1, 2021 Box Hill
6 Michael Newton Round 2, 2011 Port Melbourne
6 Matthew Bate Round 5, 2011 Frankston
6 Brad Green Round 15, 2012 Port Melbourne
6 Luke Tapscott Round 1, 2013 Frankston
6 Jesse Hogan Round 12, 2013 Northern Blues
6 Harley Balic Round 1, 2018 Coburg
6 Cameron Pedersen Round 7, 2018 Frankston
6 Mitch Brown Round 7, 2022 Southport
6 Sam Weideman Round 8, 2022 North Melbourne
6 Jacob van Rooyen Round 8, 2022 North Melbourne
6 Mitch Brown Round 14, 2022 Gold Coast
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