The Lakers maintained their unbeaten winning streak defeating Yarra Glen by 22 points. Playing coach Anthony ‘Spider’ Fairchild kicked four goals to now be the third-highest goal-kicker in Division 2.
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.
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 Football/Netball Club (KFNC) favourite Josh ‘Danger’ Nixon returns to KFNC for season 2018 after playing last year with Mernda Football Club in the Northern Football League (NFNL).
The Yea Football/Netball Club are hoping to form an AFLW Youth Girls’ team for the Yea Tigers in season 2018.
On Saturday, 12 April, a home crowd not seen since 1995 witnessed the Kinglake Football Club’s return to the YVMDFL second division after 12 years in the DVFL. The club also fielded netball teams for the first time when it played Yea for the inaugural Gary Wilson Shield.