AFL Barwon proudly holds all four of it’s leagues inside the top 32 places in the official AFL Victoria Community Championship rankings.
The Geelong Football League retains it’s mantle as the Number 1 league in the state, following it’s 22-point victory over the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League at the MCG. This is the fourth year in a row the GFL have held the number one crown. Newtown’s Matt McMahon won the Bob Cahir medal for best on ground, in a side led by coach Jason Davenport and coach Jeremy Dyer.
The Bellarine Football League sit 16th in the rankings, despite not having an Interleague fixture this year. The BFL were scheduled to play the Sunraysia Football League, but the latter were forced to withdraw.
The Geelong and District Football League have moved up to 20th on the rankings, holding on to a four-point victory over a fast finishing North Central football league. It is the GDFL’s second consecutive Interleague victory. Inverleigh’s Michael Best took home best on ground honors, in a side coached by Jeremy Power.
To complete the quartet, the Colac and District Football League are ranked 31st in the state, this despite their 90-point loss at the hands of Horsham. The CDFL were coming off an Interleague victory last season, but could not compete with a strong Horsham outfit. Josh Weatherhead was named best for the CDFL in a side coached by Steve O’Dowd.
AFL Barwon is proud to boast four of the strongest leagues in the state, as the game in the region continues to go from strength to strength.
You can see all of the official AFL Victoria rankings here.