• INNER SANCTUM – WOMEN OF THE WEST

    In the next episode of the Inner Sanctum we meet the Women of the West. This season the WRFL has four female club presidents, Alicia Thompson at Flemington Juniors, Laura Kane at Melbourne University Women’s, Alyce Tresidder at Werribee Centrals…Read more

  • THE FINAL SIREN – EPISODE 10

    This week Kevin Hillier speaks to Yarraville Seddon Eagles coach Vinnie Turcinovich and a wrap of the Victoria University Polytechnic Senior Women’s competition with Kerry Saunders. Listen

  • TOP TWO READY TO BATTLE

    The two best performed teams after nine rounds of the Victoria University WRFL Netball Division 1 competition will go head-to-head this Friday night. Ladder-leaders Point Cook Centrals 1 will take on reigning premiers Point Cook Blue. The two talented teams…Read more

  • WRFL SAYS NO TO SPORTS BETTING

    Community clubs across the state will this weekend show their support for playing footy without the intrusion of sports betting by participating in the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Love the Game round. More than 400 sporting clubs, including Victoria’s 10…Read more

  • ROADRUNNERS SCORE FIRST WIN

    By JESS MACKEY North Sunshine have recorded their first win of the Victoria University Polytechnic Senior Women’s season, with a resounding victory over Wyndhamvale. The Roadrunners made a statement, with a 76-point victory on Friday night where six individual goal-kickers…Read more

  • COBRAS END HAWKS WINNING STREAK

    By SARAH RAMANTANIS Glen Orden’s undefeated run ended at the weekend, with Albanvale spoiling the party, defeating the Hawks by 50-points at Heathdale Oval. By the end of the first half, the Cobras held a 46-point lead, with Hawks scoring…Read more

  • INNER SANCTUM – WOMEN OF THE WEST

    THE FINAL SIREN – EPISODE 10

    TOP TWO READY TO BATTLE

    WRFL SAYS NO TO SPORTS BETTING

    ROADRUNNERS SCORE FIRST WIN

    COBRAS END HAWKS WINNING STREAK

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