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VFL Round 8

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Saturday May 13

Sydney Swans v Williamstown - 10:35AM, Tramway Oval,NSW
Richmond v Geelong - 11:05AM Swinburne Centre
Southport 10.14.74 def by Gold Coast Suns 12.4.76 - 12:05PM, Fankhauser Reserve,QLD
North Melbourne 20.11.131 def Frankston 9.2.56 - 1:05PM, Arden Street Oval
Coburg Lions 12.8.80 def by Northern Bullants 12.15.87 - 2:05PM, Piranha Park

Sunday May 14

Collingwood v GWS Giants - 11:05AM, AIA Centre
Brisbane Lions v Essendon - 12:05PM, Brighton Homes Arena,QLD
Sandringham Zebras v Port Melbourne - 2:05PM, Trevor Barker Beach Oval
Footscray Bulldogs v Werribee Tigers - 2:05PM, Avalon Airport Oval

VFL Round 7

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Saturday May 6
Carlton 8.11. 59 def by Brisbane 8.15.63- Ikon Park, 11:05am
Gold Coast Suns 17.10.112 def Casey Demons 13.14.92 - Heritage Bank Stadium, 11.05am
Frankston 9.6.60 def Sydney Swans 7.15.57 - Kinetic Stadium, 12.05pm
GWS Giants 15.7. 97 def Footscray Bulldogs 12.12.84 - Blacktown ISP, 12.35pm
Northern Bullants 8.3.51 def by Box Hill Hawks 15.18.108 - Preston City Oval, 2.05pm

Sunday May 7
Geelong v Southport - GMHBA Stadium, 12pm
Williamstown v Collingwood - DSV Stadium, 12pm
North Melbourne v Sandringham - Arden Street Oval, 1.05pm
Essendon v Werribee Tigers - NEC Hangar, 2.05pm

VFL.COM.AU - Round 5 review

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Reported by Brendan Rhodes

Full article - Click here

GWS GIANTS vs BRISBANE LIONS

GWS GIANTS 4.2, 7.3, 8.6, 11.8 (74)
BRISBANE LIONS 7.5, 12.10, 18.13, 23.19 (157)

BRISBANE LIONS’ ominous start to the Smithy’s VFL season continues to gather pace as they smashed GWS Giants by 83 points at Blacktown International Sports Park on Saturday to climb to the top of the ladder.

VFL Round 6

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Saturday April 29

Footscray Bulldogs 9.15.69 def Carlton 9.10.64 - ETU Stadium, 11.05am

Southport 18.20.128 def Northern Bullants 7.4.46 - Fankhauser Reserve, 12.05am

Sunday April 30

Richmond 9.10.64 def by Gold Coast 21.11.137 - Swinburne Centre, 11.05am

Coburg Lions 7.6.48 def by Geelong 6.20.56 - Piranha Park, 12.00pm

Port Melbourne 10.11.71 def by GWS Giants 11.7.73 - ETU Stadium, 1.05pm

Box Hill Hawks 11.10.76 def by Casey 16.10.106 - Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve, 2.05pm

2023 VFL Premiership - Round 5

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Saturday April 22

GWS Giants v Brisbane Lions (AEST)11:05AM - Blacktown ISP,NSW

Footscray Bulldogs v Southport (AEST)12:05PM - ETU Stadium,VIC

Box Hill Hawks v Coburg Lions (AEST)1:05PM - Box Hill City Oval,VIC

Sunday April 23

Carlton v Sandringham Zebras (AEST)11:05AM -Ikon Park,VIC

Collingwood v Essendon (AEST)12:00PM - Victoria Park,VIC

Northern Bullants v Sydney Swans (AEST)12:05PM - Preston City Oval,VIC

Gold Coast Suns v North Melbourne (AEST)12:35PM - Heritage Bank Stadium,QLD

Casey Demons v Richmond (AEST)1:35PM - Casey Fields,VIC

Werribee Tigers v Williamstown (AEST)2:05PM - Avalon Airport Oval,VIC

Monday April 24

Frankston v Port Melbourne (AEST)6:35PM - Kinetic Stadium,VIC

Practice Games (March 17-20)

THURSDAY MARCH 17

Richmond vs Carlton at Punt Road 4pm

Footscray vs Casey Demons at Whitten Oval 6pm

FRIDAY MARCH 18

Collingwood vs Sandringham at AIA Centre 4pm

Coburg vs Werribee at Highgate Reserve, Craigieburn 7pm

SATURDAY MARCH 19

Essendon vs Geelong at The Hangar, Tullamarine 11am

GWS Giants vs Sydney at Tom Wills Oval, Sydney Olympic Park 1pm

Brisbane vs Southport at Moreton Bay Sports Complex 1pm

SUNDAY MARCH 20

North Melbourne vs Box Hill Hawks at Arden Street Time TBA

Practice Games (March 11-12)

FRIDAY MARCH 11

Werribee vs Williamstown at Deakin Uni, Waurn Ponds 6pm

Casey Demons vs Richmond at Casey Fields 6pm

Essendon vs Coburg at The Hangar, Tullamarine 7pm

Frankston vs Box Hill Hawks at Linen House, Seaford 7pm

SATURDAY MARCH 12

Northern Bullants vs Port Melbourne at Parade College, Bundoora 11am

GWS Giants vs North Shore Bombers at Tom Wills Oval 2pm

*Will update if any other matches announced*

AFL sucker punch as entire league axed

From Queensland Times

Reported by Jason Otto

https://www.qt.com.au/news/afl-sucker-punch-as-entire-league-axed/4085212/

The AFL has pulled the rug out from under the nine NEAFL clubs on the day the entire second-tier competition was scrapped.

As the AFL endured a dark day where approximately 20 per cent of its staff found out they no longer have jobs, the news that the NEAFL will not return in 2021 was largely overlooked.

For the Canberra Demons, though, it was a sucker punch.

According to The Canberra Times, the club wasn't even told about the killing off of the league before the AFL sent out a press release informing them the decision had already been made.

Demons officials found out at the same time as reporters around the country did.

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