SEWF Grand Final 2022 Reviews

07 September 2022

Division 3 (Cerberus vs Lang Lang)

Cerberus and Lang Lang fought out the Division Three Grand Final on Sunday with Cerberus winning their first women’s premiership. The game was played in fantastic spirit and both teams are to be commended on their great season. Meg Buchanan from Cerberus was adjudged best on ground by the umpires.


Final scores: Cerberus 10-14-74 d Lang Lang 1-4-10

Cerberus Goalkickers: Montanna Mcilwain 2, Claudia Williver 2, Tyler Dolman 2, Maddison Aitkin 2, Kelsie Wright 1, Nicky Steel 1.

Cerberus Best Players: Meg Buchanan, Claudia Williver, Kelsie Wright, Tess Bullock, Maddison Aitkin, Tara Archer

Lang Lang Goalkicker: Emily Lesjak

Lang Lang Best Players: Stefanie Harper, Cait Van Dord, Nicole Cicciari, Emily Lesjak, Sunday Denny


Division 2 (Warragul Ind. vs Bass Coast Break.)

The Division Two Grand Final went down to the wire with Warragul Industrials emerging as victors over Bass Coast, winning by 7 points in a thrilling game of football. With scores level at three quarter time, Warragul Industrials managed to score a goal and a behind in the final quarter to claim victory. Shanara Notman from Warragul Industrials was adjudged best on ground by the umpires.


Final Scores: Warragul Industrials 4-2-26 d Bass Coast 2-7-19

Warragul Industrials Goalkickers: Jenna Robertson 1, Michaela Williams 1, Carlee Maher 1, Shanara Notman 1

Warragul Industrials Best Players: Matilda Van Berkel, Shanara Notman, Chloe Bailey, Isabella Brown, Carlee Maher, Michaela Williams


Bass Coast Goalkickers: Ella Cargill 1, Stacey Poke 1

Bass Coast Best Players: Stacey Poke, Chelsea Connell, Sophie McCracken-Evans, Jenna Russo, Michelle Goodwin, Hannah Mills

Premier Division (Seaford vs Coburg)

Seaford and Coburg played a heart stopping game with Seaford claiming the Premiership by a solitary point in the Premier Division Grand Final. Seaford got off to a great start kicking 3 goals whilst holding Coburg scoreless in the 1st Quarter. The second quarter saw Coburg reduce the margin kicking two goals whilst keeping Seaford to 2 points. The third quarter was goal for goal with Seaford taking a 2 point lead into the final quarter. With the Premiership on the line, the ball was constantly moved up and down between the 50 arcs. The defences of both teams were fantastic and the only score for the quarter came via a behind to Coburg. In a nail biting finishing, Seaford were able to hold on to claim the Premiership by a point. A great advertisement for Women’s football and played in great spirit by both teams. Michelle Podnecky from Seaford was adjudged best on ground by the umpires.


Final Scores: Seaford 5-3-33 d Coburg 5-2-32


Seaford Goalkickers: Jess Johnston 1, Alex Cuss 1, Amy Marshall 1, Bronwyn Tilley 1, Michelle Podnecky 1

Seaford Best Players: Michelle Podnecky, Dayna Smith, Tiara Annear, Amy Marshall, Jess Johnston, Bronwyn Tilley


Coburg Goalkickers: Teagan Brett 2, Regina Said 1, Maddie Edwards 1, Phoebe Chisholm 1

Coburg Best Players: Mia Muscat, Amy Duguid, Lauren Suleiman, Morgan McNally, Ruby Taranto, Teagan Brett

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