PREVIEW | 2024 VFLW Round 14 – What is at stake

IT has all come down to this – the final round of the 2024 VFL Women’s season. There is still so much to be determined, from the top two to the finalists to even who will be the leading goalkicker at the end of the season.

Let us take a look at where everything is sitting ahead of this weekend’s action and what is at stake this weekend.

Where every team is at

Has secured Minor Premiership


Have qualified for finals and are fighting for second place and the double chance

Western Bulldogs

Box Hill

North Melbourne

Those fighting for a spot in the finals


Port Melbourne




Teams that are out of finals contention


Southern Saints


Ladder – After Round 13        

2Western Bulldogs1336126.7940569449
3Box Hill1332196.4850701357
4North Melbourne133294.3850476505
6Port Melbourne1324114.9670425370
11Southern Saints131257.43100269469

Leading Goalkicker

Just like the finalists, the battle for the Rohenna Young Medal has come down to the final round too.

The current leaders are Darebin’s Monique DeMatteo and Williamstown’s Sharnie Whiting, who have both kicked 21 goals this season. Neither forward could kick a goal last week, so it really depends on their efforts this week as to who takes out the medal.

In saying that, there are a couple of players that have the potential to catch them.

North’s Nyakoat Dojiok has kicked 19 goals so far this season, while it’s not out of the realm of possibility for Box Hill’s Tamara Luke to also catch them, she would have to have an absolutely monstrous game to catch them from her current tally of 17.

This week’s fixture

Collingwood vs Williamstown | Saturday at 11am at Victoria Park

North Melbourne vs Western Bulldogs | Saturday at 2pm at Arden St Oval

Essendon vs Geelong | Saturday at 2:30pm at Windy Hill

Casey vs Southern Saints | Sunday at 11:05am at Casey Fields

Port Melbourne vs Box Hill | Sunday at 11:30am at ETU Stadium

Carlton vs Darebin | Sunday at 2pm at Ikon Park

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