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Weekend wash-up: TAC Cup – Round 14

IN the last school football affected round of TAC Cup action, some top sides managed to overcome challenges from their opponents to get the four points, while others combated the challenges of high winds. Sandringham Dragons 9.12 (66) defeated Eastern Ranges 8.8 (56) By: Scott Dougan On a cold, blustery day in Box Hill, the […]

Team Selection: TAC Cup – Round 7

A NUMBER of key inclusions to TAC Cup sides this round could help teams in their quest to get a win ahead of the Development Weekend next weekend. GWV Rebels have welcomed back Matty Lloyd, a defender who made a habit of running and carrying the footy out of defence last year, while AFL Academy […]

Weekend wash-up: TAC Cup – Round 6

IT was a good week for the Country teams as every Metro side met a Country counterpart, with a 3-2 advantage in favour of the latter. Western Jets and Calder Cannons got the job done over Geelong Falcons and Bendigo Pioneers respectively, but Murray Bushrangers, Dandenong Stingrays and Gippsland Power all had good wins, as […]

Weekend Wash-Up: TAC Cup – Round 4

ROUND four of the TAC Cup provided some huge beltings and a draw, with Dandenong Stingrays remaining the only undefeated team, while Eastern Ranges will head into round five still searching for their first win. In other results, Oakleigh Chargers, Calder Cannons, Geelong Falcons and Murray Bushrangers got the wins, while Northern Knights and Gippsland […]

Early look: Country sides’ top ball winners

AFTER taking a look at the top performers across each statistical category from the Metro sides, AFL Draft Central now turns its attention to the six country teams. The clear number on ball winner is Gippsland over-ager Matthew McGannon, who has collected a competition-high 84 disposals in three rounds. He leads GWV Rebels pair Lochie […]

Weekend Wash-up: TAC Cup – Round 2

IT was another big weekend with Round 2 of the TAC Cup taking place over the Easter long weekend. Calder kicked things off with a 33-point victory over Eastern under lights at RAMS Arena on Thursday night, while it was the Dandenong Stingrays and Murray Bushrangers who came out as winners in an all-country affair […]