Division 4 Finals History
Division 4 is relatively new as a section in the amateurs and it has had a number of re-incarnations since this section's first season in 1993. In that year the section was known as F2, but a name change to G Grade followed in 1994.
With the splitting of E Section into geographic zones, Division 4 as we know it took a rest for the following five years before it returned as D4 in 2000. The section changed its name to the current Division 4 in 2010.
In the short history of the section UHS-VU and 2014 premiers West Brunswick are the only teams to have won the Division 4 flag twice.
The average winning margin for the Division 4 Grand Final is 38 points, with the 2012 result of a 15 point margin being the equal closest grand final the section has seen.
Northern Blues made VAFA history in 2013 when they won the Division 4 premiership in their first VAFA senior season when they defeated Eley Park Sharks. What made the result all the more magnificent was the fact that Northern Blues were the first team to win a VAFA premiership from 6th place on the ladder as 2013 saw the introduction of a final six for the first time.
To see list of past winners, scores, premiership coaches, and best on ground (A.K. White Medal) winners then click here.