AFL Sydney Division Four Grand Final Preview

AFL Sydney Division Four Grand Final Preview

 

Camden Cats v UTS Bats, 2.00pm Sunday 4th September 2016 @Blacktown ISP

 

The AFL Sydney season has flown by and we find ourselves at the Grand Final for the Division Four competition. What a season it has been for the UTS Bats and the Camden Cats. 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

Camden Cats: Fraser Brown - 37 Goals (most goals in a game - 7)

UTS Bats: Edward Taffa – 48 Goals   (most goals in a game - 5)

 

Team Goals

Camden Cats: 203 season goals

UTS Bats: 223 season goals

 

Home and Away Season Wins

Camden Cats:  13 wins, 3 losses

UTS Bats:  11 wins, 5 losses

 

Total players used

Camden Cats: 62 players

UTS Bats: 85 players

 

Players to watch

Camden Cats: Jared Mullaney, Brandon Lovric, Fraser Brown, Luke Doherty

UTS Bats: Tyrone Burnet, Edward Taffa, Spencer Pascal, Rodney Steven Simpkin

 

Summary

We have a great match up ahead of us this weekend. The Camden Cats have made the Grand Final after claiming the minor Premiership and look at the peak of their powers while the UTS Bats scraped into 5th spot on the ladder and have taken down North Shore, Macquarie University and Sydney University this finals series to earn their spot in the Grand Final. Last time the two teams met earlier this year it was the Bats who were victorious, claiming a 60 point win over the cats. Although that was a long time ago this may be an omen of what is to come. It could be anyone’s game and both sides have a lot to play for.

 

Prediction: UTS to come from 5th so snare the flag. UTS Bats by 3 points.




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