Senior Teams | September 16-17

Published on Friday, September 15, 2023

The selected teams are in for this week’s NFNL senior football matches, including the 2023 MC Labour Division 2 Grand Final.

Bundoora have selected Zane Barker and Jedd Longmire for their preliminary final clash with North Heidelberg. Benjamin McNiece and Nathan Phillips will miss for the Bulls.

The Bulldogs make three changes, with key trio Jhye Baddeley-Kelly, Parker Heatley and Hamish Murphy all being named for the match. Captain Kyle McDonald will miss through suspension while Zane Souleiman and Bailey Waasdorp have also been listed as out.

For the first time in 2023, Eltham go into a game unchanged. Their second-semi-final squad will be the same side they hope will lead the Panthers to premiership success.

Diamond Creek meanwhile have made three massive selection changes, as Jacob Booth, Ewan MacPherson and Tarwan Rennie have all been included in the final side. Aaron De Giorgio, Sage Dicello and Ryan Sizeland are the trio that make way.

Continue below for all the team changes. Click on the links to see the selected teams.


Selected teams: Bundoora vs North Heidelberg
Bundoora: IN – Zane Barker, Jedd Longmire; OUT – Benjamin McNiece, Nathan Phillips
North Heidelberg: IN – Jhye Baddeley-Kelly, Parker Heatley, Hamish Murphy; OUT – Kyle McDonald, Zane Souleiman, Bailey Waasdorp


Selected teams: Eltham vs Diamond Creek
Eltham: IN – Nil; OUT – Nil
Diamond Creek: IN – Jacob Booth, Ewan MacPherson, Tarwan Rennie; OUT – Aaron De Giorgio, Sage Dicello, Ryan Sizeland

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