The details for this weekend’s representative matches between the NFNL and MPNFL in the 2018 WorkSafe AFL Victoria Community Championships.
A senior men’s, senior women’s and under-19 match will be played at Preston City Oval on Saturday May 19.
Following a 125-point win over the Western Region Football League last year, the Northern Football Netball League men’s team has risen to fourth spot on the AFL Victoria Community Championships rankings.
The MPNL sits in third place, with the winner of Saturday’s game to play off in the top-billed match against either the Geelong Football League or Eastern Football League in 2019.
The senior women’s match will mark history for the NFNL, with the league fielding a senior women’s representative team for the very first time. The match will be played against South Eastern Women’s.
Final teams will be announced later this week.
Continue below for all of the match details.
• Senior Men’s – commences at 2:00pm at Preston City Oval
• Senior Women’s – commences at 12:00pm at Preston City Oval
• Under-19 – commences at 10:00am at Preston City Oval
The price of admission is $10 for adults and $5 for aged pensioners. Children under-16 enter free. Please note: no dogs will be permitted into Preston City Oval.
DURATION OF MATCHES
• The senior men’s match will run for 4 x 20-minute quarters, with time on
• The senior women’s and under-19 match will run for 4 x 20-minute quarters, with no time on
LIVE VIDEO STREAM
A live video stream of the senior men’s and women’s match will be available on the Northern Football Netball League Facebook page, courtesy of Sportscast Australia. NFNL commentators Tom Flanagan, Jordan Kounelis, Samuel Zito and Nicholas Sacco will call all the action live, with MPNFL’s Michael Voss to join the commentary team for the senior men’s match.
A radio broadcast of the senior men’s and women’s match can also be heard on 88.6 Plenty Valley FM. You can listen to an live stream of the radio broadcast at www.pvfm.org.au.
The NFNL and MPNFL have produced a digital record to accompany printed team lists, which will be available at the ground. The digital record contains team lists and news articles.The digital record is now live at