Vic Metro will continue its bragging rights over Vic Country for another 12 months, after a 22-point win in Round 3 of the NAB AFL U18 Championships, write Peter Tseros.
The NAB AFL U16 Championships get underway for the two Victorian teams this weekend, with Vic Metro and Vic Country facing off at Punt Road Oval on Saturday.
Vic Metro and Vic Country will meet in Round 3 of the NAB AFL U18 Championships this Saturday at Punt Road Oval.
This weekend is the second of three ‘Futures Rounds’, which will give TAC Cup clubs the chance to showcase bottom-age talent while the NAB AFL U18 Championships take place.
Dandenong Stingrays teammates Hunter Clark and Tom De Koning have shared the journey to under-age football’s elite level.
Time to reveal the TAC Cup Towards Zero Countdown for Round 10.
The first of three ‘Futures Rounds’ required TAC Cup clubs to play a minimum of 11 players who aren’t draft eligible until at least 2018, but while the young Western Jets were victorious in Round 10, they’ve been showcasing bottom-age talent all season.
Former Oakleigh Chargers forward Jack Silvagni is the Round 13 nomination for the NAB AFL Rising Star award.
The Western Jets elevated themselves off the bottom of the ladder with a 33-point victory over the Eastern Ranges in Round 10 – the first of three TAC Cup ‘Futures Rounds’.
Vic Metro has made a successful Western Australia road trip, inflicting WA’s first defeat of 2017 by 38 points at Domain Stadium in Round 2 of the NAB AFL U18 Championships.