Legends from West Coast's first premiership win will take on Geelong's finest for the Chris Mainwaring Legends Match for Telethon in October.
The OWLS (Older Wiser Larger Slower) will clash with the Geelong TOMcats (Tired Old Men) to mark the 20th anniversary of the 1992 grand final between the teams which saw the Eagles win their first AFL premiership.
The October 6 game will be the fifth match-up benefitting Telethon and will be one of a number of events celebrating the anniversary of the win.
Eagles players Dean Kemp, Peter Matera, Brett Heady, David Wirrpanda and Michael Braun have all signed up, while former Geelong players ready to pull on the guernsey include Brownlow Medal winner Paul Couch, Billy Brownless, Peter Riccardi, Barry Stoneham and Adrian Hickmott.
Mainwaring's son Zac is expected to inject youthful skill into the OWLS side again.Tickets go on sale today through Ticketmaster.
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