Meanwhile Seven has programmed a new documentary about the drawn 2010 AFL Grand Final
The Brownlow screens live on Seven next Monday night with Bruce McAvaney hosting the prestigious count to find the winner of the AFL’s most coveted individual honour, the Charles Brownlow Medal.
Prior to the count, Seven will also present a fashion-focused Brownlow Red Carpet Special at 7.30pm, co-hosted by Hamish McLachlan and Belinda Riverso, partner of Adelaide Crows superstar Rory Sloane.
They will be joined by Rachael Finch and Andrew Welsh to see the stars of the AFL and their glamorous partners dressed in the latest haute couture, as they make their way into football’s night of nights.
In addition to the official proceedings, the Brownlow broadcast will also feature:
• A special tribute to 1989 Brownlow medallist Paul Couch.
• Cameron Ling interviewing all the contenders through the evening.
• The presentation of the official AFL mark and goal of the year.
• The presentation of the Jim Stynes Community Leadership award commemorating his vast contribution and legacy to the game and the community.
• A tribute to all of the AFL retiring champions.
• Highlights of all the spectacular action from each round throughout the season. Following the count, Talking Footy’s Luke Darcy, Tim Watson and Wayne Carey will speak with the winner.
Screening: Monday September 26
Melbourne 7.30pm Live on Channel 7
Adelaide 7pm Live Channel 7
Perth 5.30pm – 6.30pm Live on 7mate, 6.30pm live on Channel 7
Sydney 7.30pm Live on 7mate
Brisbane 7.30pm Live on 7mate
Meanwhile Seven has programmed a new documentary about the drawn 2010 AFL Grand Final match between the Collingwood and St Kilda Football Clubs which has been called one of the most dramatic moments in AFL history.
Introduced by McAvaney and airing on Channel 7 and 7mate in AFL Grand Final Week, The Final Draw is an AFL-produced documentary from acclaimed filmmaker Peter Dickson.
Dickson tells the story of how the 2010 AFL Grand Final unfolded and the lasting effects it had on all those involved.
Taking a unique and at times emotional look back at this remarkable day with raw insight from all the main players, Dickson said the process took over eight months.
“For a long while now, I’ve been wanting to tell the story of what is now the last ever drawn Grand Final,” Dickson said.
“I’m very appreciative to the AFL and to Channel 7 for the opportunity to apply my documentary style to this story.
“I’m so grateful to both coaches, Ross [Lyon] and Mick [Malthouse], and all those who took part, for giving their time and being so honest.”
The documentary screens this Sunday night at 10pm in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
There is an encore screening on the evening of September 30, Grand Final eve, in all markets on 7mate.