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In Division 1, NOB/St Pat’s had 12 more scoring shots, and those 12 behinds were the margin at the final siren against Old Geelong. 
Prahran Assumption put their foot to the floor from the first bounce and officially condemned MHSOB to Division 2 for 2015. The Two Blues ran out 99 point winners as Adam Sleight booted 5 goals in the win. 
Bulleen Templestowe kept their season alive with a 31 point win over Whitefriars. The Bullants in front of a former players celebrating a Premiership reunion and off the back of their 40th Anniversary celebrations last week. 
Old Mentonians are also still in the finals race courtesy of their 29 point win over Yarra Valley. The Panthers will need to keep winning but would be happy to collect the four point here. 
Therry Penola had a close shave in their bid to remain undefeated in 2014. The lions held on to win by just five points in a low scoring clash against Williamstown CYMS. Corey Bannister booted four goals in the win. 

Division 2 saw Old Eltham Collegians hold off Old Paradians in a northern derby that saw the Turtles win by a goal, 42-36. 
St John’s kept their charge to September going with 26 point win. Abela with four goals for the Jocs in the win. 
Kew bounced back to the winners list with a 112 point thrashing of Monash Gryphons. Andrew Brazzale booted 5 goals for the Bears as the Gryphons lost more percentage and stay 9th. 
St Mary’s Salesian hold second spot courtesy of their 37 point win at home over Ivanhoe. Half the Saints side were on the score sheet in their win. 
South Melbourne District all but secured safety with their 36 point win over Elsternwick. 

In Division 3 Aquinas ran out 71 point winners over La Trobe University. Niezen booted nine goal in the win, see the Bloods hold fourth spot and a two game advantage on sixth spot. 
Albert Park won again, this time by 25 points over Eley Park. The loss for the Sharks leaves them in the relegation zone on percentage. The battle is now between La Trobe and Eley Park to see who will play in Division 4 next year. Maunder booted five goals for the Falcons who are 5th after today’s triumph. 
Richmond Central had one of their best wins for the year when they defeated Northern Blues at Ruthven by 25 points. Marcon kicked five goals in a losing side, whilst Carland kicked four in the Snake’s win. 
Power House returned to the winners list with a regulation win over South Mornington by 145 points. 
Whilst Emmaus St Leo’s won their 11th straight win over St Francis Xavier by 56 points. The Animals are now a game clear on top whilst the X-Men are outside the six on percentage. 
Swinburne Uni are a game clear in third after they beat UHS-VU by 14 points. Lugg bagged four goals as USH-VU fell to 9th on the ladder. 

In Division 4, Hawthorn made it two wins from two against their closest challenger this year. The Hawks were 45 points ahead of West Brunswick at the final siren in the top of the table clash. 
Canterbury can look forward to the first VAFA finals series after they defeated Dragons by 27 points. The Cobras need just one more win to guarantee finals, but given the penchant for winning they have developed, it is likely we will see them in September. 
Manningham Cobras shut the door on Box Hill North’s finals chances as they ran out 61 point winners over the Demons. Muller kicked five for the Cobras who are a game clear in fourth. 
Westbourne Grammarians held on to win by 9 points against an impressive North Brunswick. Johns (WG) and Zuidema (NB) both kicked four goals each. 
Chadstone played fantastically but still fell 29 points short of Point Cook at Jordan Reserve.