Geelong beat Collingwood in the 2011 AFL Grand Final by 38 points. Collingwood were the best performed side of the home and away season, winning 14 games in a row in the latter part of the season, to finish with a record of 20–2. Luke Shuey (round two), Jack Darling (round six) and Andrew Gaff (round 19) were nominated for the 2011 AFL Rising Star award, with Shuey finishing second, Darling fifth and Gaff seventh overall. Collingwood entered the 2011 season as the reigning premiers, having defeated St Kilda in the 2010 AFL Grand Final Replay by 56 points. Seven West Coast Eagles were cited by the Match Review Panel for eight separate offences during the 2011 season:http://www.contestedfooty.com/2010/12/rookie-draft-wrap/http://www.sportsandracing.com.au/2010/11/03/afl-team-lists-new-and-delisted-afl-players-for-season-2011/The Eagles' leadership group for 2011 is composed of the captain West Coast slaughters [sic] woeful Bulldogs by a staggering 123 pointsAll Wikipedia articles written in Australian Englishhttps://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2011_West_Coast_Eagles_season&oldid=973745731http://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/afl/ashley-hansen-delisted-by-west-coast/story-e6frf9jf-1225956854161Official Site of the Australian Football LeagueThe 2011 West Coast Eagles Club Champion Awards were held on Friday, 7 October 2011, at Eagles go for top 10 - WestCoastEagles.com.auCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike LicenseAFL 2011: odds for the teams to win title2011 West Coast statistics - Official AFL website of the West Coast Eagles"West Coast Eagles topple falling Geelong" Collingwood won its second consecutive minor premiership and McClelland Trophywhilst registering the highest overall scoring percentage in over a century. The first match was between Adelaide and Melbourne in Adelaide at AAMI Stadium. The games were played between 11 February and 11 March. Collingwood progressed to the grand final after two hard-fought fi… This was the first time since 2003 that the competition format had changed. The 2011 Australian Football League season was the 115th season of the Australian rules football competition and the 22nd under the name 'Australian Football League', having switched from 'Victorian Football League' after 1989. Nic Naitanui was nominated as a finalist for the 2011 AFL Mark of the Year. It was the debut year for Gold Coast, and was scheduled to be the only season to be played with 17 teams. The 2011 NAB Cup was the Australian Football League (AFL) pre-season competition played before the 2011 home and away season.