The stage enough support in Northern Football Netball League’s Division 1, with Round 5 offering five important matches ahead of the break for representative football.
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.
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.
At three quarter-time the Lower Plenty Bears had kicked just 3 points with the Eltham Panthers leading on 22 in a low-scoring Grand Final at Preston City Oval.
Eltham and Lower Plenty go head-to-head at Preston City Oval today to decide the Northern Football Netball League Division 2 premiership.
It’s been 16 years since a senior flag has been brought home to Eltham’s Panther Place but a win this weekend can finally end the club’s premiership drought.
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.
Eltham has won its first grand final appearance since 2002 after rallying from behind in the Northern Football Netball League Division 2 second semi final against Lower Plenty.
Eltham coach Paul King says his side is ready to produce its best football ahead of the Northern Football Netball League Division 2 second semi final against Lower Plenty.