Around the grounds in Wyndham

Alana Cerne_Ljubica Vrankovic


Alana Cerne has become the first player to sign on for Western United’s A-League Women’s 2024-25 season. The 21-year-old was United’s inaugural signing and now becomes the first player to put pen to paper for season three. Cerne has relished the opportunity to shine in the West and will strive to help Western United build further into the future. “I was lucky enough to be given the first contract for Western and start building with the Club. Hopefully next season it’ll be more of an opportunity for me to be a leader.


Westbourne Grammarians made their return to the field in the Victorian Amateur Football Association on Saturday. After not having a team last season, the Grammarians have two women’s sides this season. Their top side is in the premier B women’s competition On Saturday, they lost to Fitzroy, 7.9 (51)-2.4 (16).


Hoppers Crossing remains without a win in the FV state league 2 north-west competition, The Reds faced Westvale on Saturday and suffered a big loss, losing 5-1. In state league 3 north-west, Point Cook lost to Bundoora United, 5-1, while in state league 4 west, Truganina Hornets lost to Moonee Ponds, 2-0 and West Point beat Balmoral, 4-3. In state league 5 west, Tarneit United suffered a 7-2 loss to ETA Buffalo Club of Victoria.


Werribee Centrals made it two from two in the Geelong and District Football League on Saturday. In a low scoring affair, the Centurions won 9.10 (64)-8.5 (53). Kur Kur kicked three goals for the Centurions, while Joshua MacDonald kicked two goals. Michael Culliver was named their best. The Centurions this week face Anakie.