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Geelong Residents Ready For 2020 Grand Final (Pictures)

  • Geelong will take on Richmond in the 2020 Grand Final
  • The residents of Geelong are loud and proud in their club colours
  • See some highlights of the pre-grand final gatherings
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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Melissa Meehan, Sarah Knell and David McKernan are seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Melissa Meehan, Sarah Knell and David McKernan are seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Tim and Sara Trenery and their son Thatcher are seen at GMHBA Satdium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Tim and Sara Trenery and their son Thatcher are seen at GMHBA Satdium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Elise Davey and her son George Mcauley-Powell pose in front of their home on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Elise Davey and her son George Mcauley-Powell pose in front of their home on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Three year old Will Tefer is seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Three year old Will Tefer is seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Melissa Meehan, Sarah Knell and David McKernan are seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images) +

    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Melissa Meehan, Sarah Knell and David McKernan are seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Tim and Sara Trenery and their son Thatcher are seen at GMHBA Satdium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images) +

    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Tim and Sara Trenery and their son Thatcher are seen at GMHBA Satdium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images) +

    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images) +

    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Elise Davey and her son George Mcauley-Powell pose in front of their home on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images) +

    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Elise Davey and her son George Mcauley-Powell pose in front of their home on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Three year old Will Tefer is seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images) +

    GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Three year old Will Tefer is seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Melissa Meehan, Sarah Knell and David McKernan are seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Melissa Meehan, Sarah Knell and David McKernan are seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Tim and Sara Trenery and their son Thatcher are seen at GMHBA Satdium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Tim and Sara Trenery and their son Thatcher are seen at GMHBA Satdium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless is seen at his pub on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Elise Davey and her son George Mcauley-Powell pose in front of their home on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Elise Davey and her son George Mcauley-Powell pose in front of their home on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Three year old Will Tefer is seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 21: Three year old Will Tefer is seen at GMHBA Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Geelong, Australia. The Geelong Cats take on Richmond Tigers in the AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24 October at the Gabba in Brisbane. It is the first time the AFL Grand Final has been played outside of the MCG due to COVID-19 restrictions.. Coronavirus restrictions eased further in Victoria as of 11:59 on Sunday 18 October, with regional Victoria's Third Step restrictions lifted slightly to allow up to two visitors at home and increased limits on numbers at cafes and restaurants. Metropolitan Melbourne is under Second Step restrictions, with residents are now able to travel up to 25km from their homes, and no limits on the time people spend outside their homes exercising. People must continue to stay at home unless for the four permitted reasons – to shop for food and other necessary goods; for care or compassionate reasons; for work or education; for exercise or social interaction, and from Monday, people can also now go to the hairdresser. Up to 10 people from two households can also now meet outdoors, while tennis, golf, bocce and skate parks are now able to open. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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