Division Two Grand Final Teams Announced

Updated: September 12, 2014
GF Div 2

Following on from the premiership win from our Division Five team last weekend, the lads in Division Two are ready and raring to go for their opportunity to take out a consecutive premiership flag. They know what is on offer and have the determination and will to win, but in their way, stands a tough opposition of Sydney University, who will test the Magicians without a doubt.

The teams have been announced for the Saturday’s massive game versus Sydney University – see below for the details:

Div 2 Grand Final Selected Team


Division Two Grand Final – Blacktown International Sports Park Oval 1
Time: 4:00pm
When: Saturday 13th September
Vs: Sydney University


Sydney AFL Predicition

Blacktown will look to make it a perfect season; claiming a premiership in the two grades in which they field teams- Division Five (won last week) and Division Two this weekend.

They will need to cause an upset of sorts to make this happen given Sydney University won their semi-final clash by 59 points.

Blacktown rebounded superbly from this by smacking Manly-Warringah by 52-points in a potentially dangerous Preliminary Final clash last week.

The Magic have a number of players who played a key role in their Division Three success last year, mixed in with some new blood.

Andrew Polkinghorne and Leighton Corr will be the generals in the midfield. Dean Connors will be dangerous across half-forward with their main targets up front being leading goalkicker, Ashley Moeller and Michael Clinch who was superb last week with three goals against the GIANTS.

Sydney University were minor premiers in what again has proven to be a hotly-contested division and should get a big crowd to support them on Saturday afternoon.

They have a few players with NEAFL experience, led by Ryan Kennedy who has been one of the best players in this grade in the ruck. Michael Higgins is another gun player who will need to be closely monitored.

The Students will also look to Rohan Macpherson in the midfield and Jeff Melville up forward to kick a winning score.

Danny’s Kiss of Death: This should be the match of the day with Blacktown not without a shot. You have to tip the leading team all season but I am not 100% confident. Sydney University by 10 points.

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