Bendigo Football League…
KANGAROO Flat left their season’s second quarter goalkicking yips behind as they shrugged off every Kyneton challenge to down the Tigers by 28 points in a vital Bendigo Football League match on Saturday. On the Tigers’ home turf at the Kyneton Showgrounds the Roos led at each change although scores were all tied up three times during the second term. Continue reading
I thought my footy experience on Saturday was unique – watching the WAFL combined team play the SANFL at Lathlain Park live on my phone while traveling on the Freo Flyer from Busselton to watch Fremantle play North Melbourne at Subiaco Oval. Continue reading
WAFL round nine
The Subiaco team of 2015 doesn’t look a lot like the line-up that won the 2014 premiership but this lot of Lions is heading in the same pride filled direction. Meanwhile seven teams are seriously in the hunt for the other spots in the top five.
Round 2 FIDA
A four goal flurry in the final quarter took Williamstown to a 15 point win in its game against Ringwood, at Ringwood’s Jubilee Park.
Bendigo Football League
KYNETON charged into the Bendigo Football League’s top five following an entertaining 39-goal shoot-out at Castlemaine’s Camp Reserve on Saturday. Continue reading
A look at Testament Of Youth (M)…
The Bombers were the latest team sent packing from Subiaco Oval by the Dockers. Fremantle are on top but no one at the Port is getting carried away.
The Dockers have won their first six games and sit two games clear on top of the AFL ladder. You’d think there would be a bit of a strut going on around the port city but it’s not quite like that. The fans are doing their share of muttering, some players are dissatisfied and the coaches, as coaches admittedly always do, can see areas for improvement. Continue reading