The VAFA Women’s Podcast returns with Lucy Watkin and Eliza Wright taking you “Inside the Boundary”.
An upset of sorts in Premier B with Yarra Old Grammarians keeping their slim finals chances alive after beating Old Brighton heading into the weekend of bye rounds. As we close in on September action Eliza puts one section under the microscope where an unlikely Premier could come from.
It will be the first time since 2019 that the VAFA and all local football competitions will be awarding new Premiers due to COVID-19 cancelling and abandoning the previous two seasons. Newly appointed VAFA CEO Jason Reddick is our headline guest to announce some exciting initiatives ahead of the finals, plus the strategic plan for the VAFA Women’s program across the next 12-24 months.
On a lighter-note, we dissect the great nicknames that get found and created within the four walls of a footy club, the best and worst training drills plus what are we going to do to fill in our bye round weekend.
Catch up on the latest from the VAFA Women’s Competition right here – you can also tune in via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
2.05: If there’s an unlikely Premier, which section & which team will it be?
3.10: Melbourne University Women recognising NAIDOC Week
6.30: Wrapping up Yarra Old Grammarians upset win over Old Brighton in Premier B
7.50: Which team would’ve preferred to not have a bye this weekend?
9.00: VAFA CEO, Jason Reddick
21.35: Great footy nicknames
24.15: Best and Worst training drills