AFL Sydney Women’s Division One Grand Final Preview 2016

AFL Sydney Women’s Division One Grand Final Preview

 

UTS Shamrocks v Wollongong Saints, 4.30pm Sunday 4th September 2016 @Blacktown ISP

 

We have finally reached the Grand Final for the Women’s Division One competition and what a season it has been for the UTS Shamrocks and the Wollongong Saints. Both sides have been impressive this season and have shown they are worthy of a Grand Final birth. Regardless of the result at Blacktown this weekend this season has been incredible for both clubs. With that said, both sides will be desperately looking to take the flag this Sunday.

 

The Stats

 

Leading Goal Kicker

UTS Shamrocks: Gillian Behan – 54 Goals (most goals in a game 13)

Wollongong Saints:  Catherine Stanton – 46 Goals (most goals in a game 11)

 

Team Goals

UTS Shamrocks: 200 season goals

Wollongong Saints: 166 season goals

 

Home and Away Season Wins

UTS Shamrocks: Won 13 – Lost 0

Wollongong Saints: Won 13 – Lost 1

 

Total players used

UTS Shamrocks: 36

Wollongong Saints: 32

 

Players to watch

UTS Shamrocks: Lara Hilmi, Christine Mc Cutcheon, Tully Mcdonough, Gillian Behan

Wollongong Saints: Jennifer Stanton, Katherine Gow, Catherine Stanton, Kimberly Chan

 

Summary

Based on what we saw when the two teams matched up in the semi-finals the UTS Shamrocks are on a roll. They are a very real chance of creating the perfect season. The Wollongong Saints have only lost two games this year (one in finals, one in home and away) and they have both been at the hands of the UTS Shamrocks.

 

Prediction: UTS Shamrocks to take the premiership by 15 points

 

 

 




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