2024 AFL Victoria Metro Junior Development Series – June 8 & 10

Published on Friday, June 7, 2024

See all the fixtures and team lists for the upcoming 2024 AFL Victoria Metro Junior Development Series, which continues this weekend.

The 2024 AFL Victoria Metro Junior Development Series continues this long weekend with Coventry Oval and Waterview Recreation Reserve to host games.

The interleague representative competition gives Under-14 and Under-15 players the opportunity to represent their League and take on the best players from opposing Metro competitions.

The NFNL again has six junior representative sides competing at the tournament this year, comprising two Under-15 Boys teams, an Under-15 Girls team, two Under-14 Boys teams and for the first time, an Under-14 Girls team.

The NFNL wishes all players and coaches the best of luck for this week’s matches and hopes to see plenty of support for our junior stars as they take on the best from other local leagues.

Please click on the link below to view the fixture for the Series:

2024 AFL Victoria Metro Junior Development Series – Fixture

Check out a detailed description of our Junior Football Representative Players in the lead up to the AFL Victoria Metro Junior Development Series, which includes AFL/AFLW player resemblances according to our NFNL representative coaches:

VIEW | Under-14 Girls

VIEW | Under-14 Boys

VIEW | Under-15 Girls

VIEW | Under-15 Boys

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