Several upset results in the Northern Football Netball League’s opening round have added extra spice heading into Round 2. All sides are desperate to take winning form into the Easter break.
Round 2 of the Northern Football Netball League (NFNL)A Plus Labour Solutions Division 2 looms as an important round as sides aim to separate themselves from the pack ahead of the Easter break.
Round 1 action of Heidelberg Golf Club Division 3 football welcomed a new team into the senior competition.
The AFL Outer East era, following the merger of AFL Yarra Ranges and SEFNL, began with a bang as two South East rivals renewed their acquaintances on Saturday afternoon in front a 1000 strong crowd at Edwin Flack Reserve.
Local footy is back and thank god it is! We’ve suffered through the long hot summer waiting patiently for the start of this all-new competition.
Yarra Junction 20.17 (137) ended its’ 28 year premiership drought at the Healesville Sports Complex on Sunday, emphatically defeating Seville 6.5.(41) before AFL Yarra Ranges becomes AFL Outer East for season 2019.
West Preston-Lakeside claimed the 2018 Northern Football Netball League Division 1 premiership with a nine-point victory over Macleod in an enthralling grand final.
They were the top two sides at the conclusion of the home and away season and now Macleod and West Preston-Lakeside sit just one win away from premiership glory.
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.
Eltham claimed the Northern Football Netball League Division 2 Reserves premiership with a hard-fought 16-point victory over Diamond Creek in the grand final at Preston City Oval.