In the lead up to the 2023 VAFA Finals, the only place for all the news and views is on the VAFA’s For the Love of the Game podcast.
After 15 weeks of the home and away season, Joe Pignataro and Josh Heriot attempt to dissect the weekend’s games, and look ahead to the upcoming weekend in the run to September.
On the agenda:
- A slip-up for the ladder leaders Collegians against Old Brighton
- St Kevin’s are starting to hum, look out everyone else
- Old Xaverians are on the lookout for a new coach in 2024
- Sam Grimley has a faulty radar, but it hasn’t stopped the force of the Uni Blues
- Eley Park Sharks are on the winners list for the first time this year
Michael ‘Dutchy’ Holland is our headline guest this week, the right hand man to Paul Satterley discusses breaking their first quarter drought and leading the Old Xaverians at the opening change.
Also on the list of items for Dutchy:
- A 5-goal return to Gus Borthwick in his return match from an ACL injury
- Jackson Paine leading from the front as skipper
- The young players at Old Melburnians who’ve stood up in 2023
- Fighting for William Buck Premier survival
The world famous tips are back in business, and a whole lot more.
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