WAFL round 14
WAFL round 14
Winter arrived in style at the Warringa Crescent ground for the round seven FIDA western derby between home team Wyndham and ladder leader Williamstown.
The icy cross-ground wind and the frequent rain didn’t stop Williamstown from a bright three-goal start. The hosts got back into the game with a two-goal second quarter but were then shut right down in the second-half. Continue reading
GISBORNE shrugged off a determined Maryborough to take control of Saturday’s second half played in frigid conditions at Gardiner Reserve.
With the mercury barely reaching nine degrees and a frosty breeze gusting across the oval, the Bulldogs booted 16 goals to three in the concluding two quarters. Continue reading
The Victorian Country team won the National Inclusion Carnival in emphatic style when it defeated Vic Metro by 50 points at Ransford Oval Parkville on Sunday.
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GISBORNE erased painful memories of three successive defeats with a thumping 109-point win over Castlemaine in Saturday’s Camp Reserve clash. Continue reading
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On Monday night there was plenty of talk about the AFL’s decision to play games on Good Friday.
Host Karl Langdon has long been a disciple of Good Friday footy and he got on a roll when discussion turned to who should play and where the games should be played.
Karl reckons there’s no reason why Good Friday games should be played in Victoria. In fact – he suggested – there could be more than one game some years depending upon what day of the week Good Friday should happen to fall.
The Hampden Hurricanes, a western Victorian all-abilities football team with just a few games under its belt, hosted the Wyndham Tigers over the Queens Birthday weekend. Continue reading
After a very lean start to the season the North Ballarat Knights, last year’s Division 1 premiers, has now won two games in a row, easily accounting for Wyndham in the round six game at White Flat Oval in Ballarat.