VAFA Premier, Premier B Premier C will have a rest next weekend (to create split finals). All other grades…Divisions 1-4, Under 19s and Thirds will continue and the Womens will start finals.
Highlight matches next week:
Division 1: Preston Bullants (5th) v Hampton Rovers (1st)
Division 2: Old Paradians (2nd) v UHS-VU (1st)
Division 3: Westbourne (4th) v Manningham (3rd)
Division 4: South Melbourne (5th) v South Mornington (4th)
U/19 Premier: Beaumaris (4th) v Old Xaverians (1st)
U/19 Premier Reserve: Old Scotch (1st) v St. Bernards (3rd); De La Salle (5th) v Old Xaverians (2nd)
U/19 2: Williamstown CYMS (2nd) v St. Bedes Mentone (4th)
U/19 3: Old Brighton (2nd) v Old Trinity (3rd)
U/19 4: N/A
U/19 5: Old Paradians (2nd) v Aquinas (1st)
Premier Thirds: Old Xaverians Black (1st) v St. Kevins Gold (3rd)
Thirds Section 2: De La Salle (1st) v Old Trinity (4th)
Thirds Section 3: Mazenod (3rd) v Old Carey (2nd)
Thirds Section 4: Chadstone (5th) v Hawthorn Amateurs (1st)
Thirds Section 5: Swinburne University (5th) v Kew (2nd)
Meanwhile the Premier top 4 looks like this: Collegians, St. Kevins and Old Brighton are all safe inside…but just 3.5 wins separates Old Trinity in 4th and St. Bedes Mentone in 10th.
Premier B sees St. Bernards, Old Carey and University Blacks are the top 3 with Beaumaris 2 games clear in 4th. The bottom 4 sides: Old Haileybury, AJAX, Mazenod and Monash Blues are separated by 1 game and percentage.
Premier C sees Williamstown CYMS clear of Fitzroy by a win. There is then a 4 win break to Old Geelogn and Old Camberwell, who are both 2 wins clear of Old Ivanhoe, Marcellin and PEGS. With St. Marys Salesian already set for the drop to Division 1, the other spot is between Old Mentonians and Peninsula, separated by percentage.