It’s already round four in the AFL Outer East footy league. That’s right round four. Whilst everyone’s season has only just begun some sides are in danger of seeing 2019 slip away, whilst others can show everyone they’re the real deal.
Kinglake – who had the bye this week – remains one of five undefeated teams across all three divisions of AFL Outer East.
Police continue appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 42-year-old Don Valley man Edward Fitzpatrick.
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.
Kinglake stayed in touch by a goal or less until Seville kicked three goals in the final term to win by 22 points.
Kinglake commence their 2018 season with an away game against Thornton-Eildon whilst inter-township rivalries between Alexandra and Yea resume at Alexandra as Yarra Junction play Powelltown at Yarra Junction for round one on Saturday, April 21, 2018.
Kinglake Ranges News- First for Footy. Woori Yallock & Emerald. IN the upset of the season Yarra Glen defeated Belgrave by 11 points in the second semi final and go straight through to the grand final. Belgrave now play Powelltown in the preliminary final this Sunday (September 10) for a grand final spot. Yarra Glen
UPDATED WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. Kinglake Ranges News – First for Football. Lilydale. AFL Yarra Ranges semi finals will be held this Sunday, September 3. SENIORS SEMI FINAL 2 2:10pm: Belgrave vs Yarra Glen at Woori Yallock Recreation Reserve. SENIORS SEMI FINAL 1 2:10pm: Seville vs Powelltown at Worrell Reserve, Emerald. RESERVES SEMI FINAL 2 12:05pm: