AFL Sydney U19 Division Two Grand Final Preview

AFL Sydney U19 Division Two Grand Final Preview


Western Magic v West Sydney Magpies, 9.00am Sunday 4th September 2016 @Blacktown ISP


The AFL Sydney season has flown by and we find ourselves at the Grand Final for the U19 Division Two competition. What a season it has been for the Western Magic and the West Sydney Magpies. 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 and we are sure that the game will be a thriller.


The Stats


Leading Goal Kicker

Western Magic: Connor Moore 31 (most goals in a game - 5) and Luke Hyland 31 (most goals in a game – 6)

West Sydney Magpies:  Joshua Masters 23 goals (most goals in a game 5)


Team Goals

Western Magic: 168 season goals

West Sydney Magpies: 178 season goals


Home and Away Season Wins

Western Magic: 10 wins, 5 losses

West Sydney Magpies: 9 wins, 6 losses


Total players used

Western Magic: 28 players

West Sydney Magpies: 47 players


Players to watch

Western Magic: Thomas Morgan, Luke Hyland, Jack Baldwin, Nathaniel Lawson

West Sydney Magpies: Kaya Bremner, Brendan Jones, Anthony Lombardo, Connor Wilkinson



We are expecting a fast and physical game this weekend. The Western Magic enjoyed a week off last week after winning straight through to the Grand Final while the West Sydney Magpies displayed some impressive skill defeating the Minor Premiers St George and the North Shore Bombers this finals series. Last time the two teams met was in the last round of the year, where West Sydney Magpies took the victory by 12 points. Expect this one to go down to the wire.


Prediction: West Sydney Magpies to win the Premiership by 5 points in a thriller 


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