Around the grounds in Wyndham

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Westbourne Grammarians fell short against St Bedes-Mentone Tigers in the Victorian Amateur Football Association premier B women’s competition. Scores were level at quarter time before the Tigers led by 19 points at half time. There wasn’t much between the two sides in the second half with the Tigers winning, 7.10 (52)-4.3 (27). Caitlin Brennan kicked two goals for the Grammarians, while Gracie Lamers was named their best.

Big V

Wyndham came away with a big win against the Western Port Steelers in the Big V men’s championship competition on Saturday night. Wyndham jumped out of the blocks early and led 32-9 at quarter time. After that period there wasn’t much between the two sides, with Wyndham winning 102-73. Oskar Jones top scored with 30 points for Wyndham. Wyndham sits atop the ladder with just one loss for the season.


Werribee City got its second win of the Victorian Premier League 1 season on Saturday. Having not won since round one, the Bees managed to score twice in the second half to come away with a 2-1 win against the North Geelong Warriors. The win moves the Bees seven points clear of the Warriors at the bottom of the table.


Straight kicking guided Werribee Centrals to another win in the Geelong and District Football League on Saturday. The Centurions headed up to Geelong to face North Geelong. The Centurions got off to a fast start and led by 25 points at the first break. After then, there wasn’t much between the two sides with the Centurions coming away with a 16.4 (100)-10.11 (71). Carmelo Saliba kicked four goals for the Centurions while Jack Stephenson was named their best. The Centurions sit third on the ladder.