Around the grounds in Wyndham



Werribee Centrals lost their first match of the Geelong and District Football League season on Saturday. The Centurions headed up to Anakie and trailed by 10 points at quarter time. The margin was increased to 19 points at the main break, before the Centurions won the third quarter and got the margin back to eight points. Anakie settled in the final quarter to seal a 12.16 (88)-8.14 (62). Zechariah De Leon was named the Centurions best. The Centurions face Bell Post Hill this Saturday.


Werribee Centrals fell just short of a second win in the Geelong and District Netball League on Saturday. Facing Anakie, the Centurions lost 48-41. There were several new faces on the court for the Centurions. Ashlee Brunato scored 25 goals in the loss. The Centurions face Bell Post Hill this Saturday.


Westbourne Grammarians opened their account in the Victorian Amateur Football Association competition. Facing the Aquinas, the Grammarians came away with the win, 5.4 (34)-1.5 (11) after failing to kick a goal in the first quarter. Hannah McMahon kicked two goals for the Grammarians, while Roxana Sefton was named their best. The Grammarians reserves side also got their first win of the season. The Grammarians face Williamstown CYs in the local derby this Saturday.


Western United goalkeeper Kathrine Larsen has departed the club after the end of the A-League Women’s season. The Dane will return to Europe for an opportunity to play closer to home, joining Swedish giant Malmo FF. Larsen joined United in late February after Hillary Beall departed to join San Diego Wave in pre-season training. The 30-year-old made her debut in United’s 4-2 win over Canberra United at the beginning of March and played again the following week against Sydney FC.