Around the grounds in Wyndham



Point Cook has lost Joshua Van Zyl ahead of the next Victorian Turf Cricket Association division 2 season. Williamstown Imperials announced that they had signed the solid batter and wicketkeeper as they make the move into division 2 next season.


Hoppers Crossing’s Fawad Ahmed fell just short of taking out the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association Val Holten Medal. The off spinner finished equal third on 20 votes, three votes behind winners Sahan Perera and Glen Parker. Fawad was named in the team of the year along with Werribee’s Johnathon Burton.


Westbourne Grammarians got their second win of the Victorian Amateur Football Association premier B women’s competition. The CYs led at every break against the Old Xaverians but were never able to break away. The CYs were able to do enough to get the 4.8 (32)-2.11 (23) win. Morganne Gaston and Stephanie Fomekong were named the Grammarians best.


The Suns had a big win in the Western Football League women’s competition, but it was a tough day for Wyndhamvale. The Suns continued their good form, beating Yarraville Seddon, 8.6 (54)-1.0 (6). Emily Allan kicked three goals for the Suns, while Verity Cox was named their best. For Wyndhamvale, it was a long day against Parkside Spurs, losing 16.20 (116)-0.2 (2). Werribee Centrals had the bye. There are no games this weekend due to the long weekend.


Werribee City had a day to forget against Melbourne City in the Victorian Premier League 1 competition. It was mostly one way traffic in favour of Melbourne City, which won 7-1 after leading 4-0 at half time. The Bees sit in 13th spot, with two wins for the season. The Bees this Friday face Kingston City, which is three points ahead.