Ben Paterson’s goal on the final siren saw Lower Plenty pull off one of the great come-from-behind wins to claim the 2018 Northern Football League Division 2 premiership.
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Eltham and Lower Plenty go head-to-head at Preston City Oval today to decide the Northern Football Netball League Division 2 premiership.
Lower Plenty progressed to its first grand final since 2011 with a 20-point win over Banyule in the Northern Football Netball League (NFNL) Division 2 preliminary final.
Banyule broke through to become the first team in Northern Football Netball League Division 2 to topple ladder-leading Eltham.
The top-four sides lock horns once again in Northern Football Netball League Division 2 football, with the final two places in the finals still up for grabs entering Round 16. Ben Pascuzzi reports.
The Northern Football League Division 2 fixture returns to four games this weekend, with the top-four sides meeting in Round 14 in a potential finals preview.
With third to fifth separated by only percentage, both Banyule and Thomastown will be aiming to create breathing space inside the top-four, with Diamond Creek sitting out Round 13 with a bye.
Macleod all but secured the Northern Football/Netball League Division 1 minor premiership with a runaway 25-point win over Greensborough at War Memorial Park yesterday.
West Preston-Lakeside produced a clinical performance to down Bundoora by 53 points and move into second place on the Northern Football/Netball League Division one ladder after six rounds.
Hurstbridge recorded its second win in a row with a 13-point triumph over Heidelberg at Warringal Park in Round 5.