Kinglake footballers Andrew Fairchild, Chris Horman, Jayden Butterworth and Bailey Robinson have been selected in the AFL Outer East Division 2 Team of The Year.
A thrilling preliminary final between Laurimar and South Morang awaits with the Northern Football League Division 3 preliminary final tomorrow at the Whittlesea Showgrounds.
Powelltown have put together an impressive month of football to storm into the Division Two finals, knocking off Alexandra, Kinglake, Yarra Glen and Yea in their final four games to finish in fifth position.
Fifth spot on the ladder is still at stake entering the final round of the Northern Football/Netball League Division 1 season, with Montmorency in the box seat to play finals for the first time since 2014.
One division down, two to go. Yep that’s right finals football is finally here as the AFL Outer East Division Two season wrapped up on the weekend, with Gembrook-Cockatoo busting its way to fourth spot on the table.
A look ahead to Round 18 in the Northern Football/Netball League Division 3 as the home and away season draws to an exciting conclusion.
After making a stunning run during last year’s finals, Eltham women’s coach Darren Cardamone remains confident his side can repeat history in 2019.
The AFL Outer East finals have been spread across the competition, with 19 clubs having been given the opportunity to host finals, taking into account the Junior, Veterans and Womens Finals Series.
Thornton-Eildon yesterday defeated Yea at home securing their first win since 29 July 2017 after Eildon half-back Shane Barrand kicked a goal after the siren to defeat Yea by three points.
Kinglake’s unbeaten 2019 winning streak came to an abrupt halt today as Yarra Junction came out of the blocks firing. Yarra Junction 23.10 (148) defeating Kinglake 8.12 (60).