Much of the scoring was thanks to Bayswater’s power forward Wayne McInerney (six majors), but the credit went to the delivery across the ground, with more than 60 tackles laid. Continue reading EFL: Pressure and structure key for Bayswater win over Wantirna South
In the biggest game of Eastern Football League action for the year, Norwood came out looking confident from the first bounce.
On a day where thousands from around the community, along with club supporters, media and players flocked to Bayswater Oval, the Wooders put on a spectacle, winning 14.16.100 to Balwyn’s 7.7.49.
After the traditional grand final pleasantries, including the presentation of the match ball, flown in by the Channel Nine News helicopter, Norwood took charge and never let up.
Continue reading EFL: Hungry Norwood sends Tigers running
Finals footy does not get any better than warm sun, no wind and a huge crowd.
Vermont took on Montrose at Bayswater Oval on Saturday in the Division One qualifying final, and came away victorious, 16.7.103 to 13.9.87. It was a dominant second and third quarter display that allowed the Eagles to seal the game by three quarter time, despite an extremely spirited effort from Montrose late in the fourth quarter. Continue reading EFL: Vermont’s winning charge extends to finals