Semi Finals | Women's Football Preview

There is plenty of opportunity for footy fans to catch the action of our women’s football finals series as we see four semi finals take place at Meade Reserve on Sunday.

The Covid-19 pandemic has kept us away from finals, the last being in 2019 where we saw Lyndale, and Endeavor Hills win the division two and division one premierships respectively.

We're proud to announce that all games in the 2022 SFNL Women's Finals series will be live streamed to ClubZone Live thanks to Bendigo Bank, all games will remain accessible for a further 30 days after the event.

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Division Two

Semi Final 1 | Lyndale vs Clayton | 9:00 AM MEADE RESERVE

These two sides have been battling it out for the third and fourth position on the ladder since they met, expect this one to involve some impressive goals.

It will be a battle of epic proportions as there will no doubt be a large crowd at Meade Reserve, Clayton’s home ground advantage is sure to be an asset here.

An electric battle of full forwards between Lyndale’s Alesha Thorne and Clayton’s Evangelia Nikolitsis is sure to keep the crowd on the edge of their seats.

Lyndale have won eight of their fourteen games this season, plenty of class amongst the Pumas is sure to push their chances for a win.

It’s a real coin flip this week, especially after both sides endured rough patches throughout the home/away season.


Round Seven | Lyndale 01.01.08 vs Clayton 03.05.33

Round Fourteen | Clayton 02.02.14 vs Lyndale 02.03.15

Semi Final 2 | Black Rock vs Casey Thunder | 10:55 AM MEADE RESERVE

The Jets fairytale is well on its way, but one giant stands between Black Rock and a shot at the holy grail in their inaugural season.

Black Rock and Casey Thunder have been two of the best teams in division two and their work to top the ladder proves it, this semi final is set to be an absolute classic.

Pressure will be the key to Casey Thunder’s success against Black Rocks big forwards,  fairly low scoring history between them could mean a tighter contest.

Black Rock took the win the first time they met without too much pressure from Casey Thunder however they pushed back the second time around.

Both sides will be on the hunt to book their Grand Finals dates in otherwise relying on their second chance in the preliminary final.


Round Eight | Black Rock 07.05.47 vs Casey Thunder 01.00.06

Round Fifteen | Casey Thunder 01.09.15 vs Black Rock 04.04.28

Division One

Semi Final 1 | Murrumbeena vs Bentleigh | 12:50 PM MEADE RESERVE

A scrappy match is sure to take place between Murrumbeena and Bentleigh, both teams have been quick and hard at the ball in their seasons so far.

There can be a case built for either side however previous results would leave Murrumbeena as the short-priced favourite.

Two tough and talented sides will see Bentleigh’s Stuber run against Murrumbeena’s Williams, Davies clashes with Bibby and Medland goes head-to-head with Morison as they take to the field for their do or die match.

There is plenty of familiarity between these two sides Murrumbeena running away with a narrow win of eight points the last time they met.

The demons have a point to prove against their local rivals, don’t be surprised if they’re playing with a real chip on their shoulder and book their spot back at Clayton in a weeks’ time.

Both of their previous encounters were reasonably close up until the fourth quarter, this should be a cracking game and it would not surprise to find less than a goal in it.


Round Six | Murrumbeena 04.08.32 vs Bentleigh 03.04.22

Round Thirteen | Bentleigh 01.01.07 vs Murrumbeena 01.09.15

Semi Final 2 | Casey Thunder 1 vs  Endeavour Hills | 2:45 PM MEADE RESERVE

Casey Thunder have finished their season as the undefeated minor premiers alongside a jaw dropping percentage of 1,017.35%.

Endeavour Hills may not have the statistics behind them, but you can never count them out as the Falcons always perform on the big stage.

The Thunder previously came away with comfortable wins over Endeavour Hills, dominating the midfield and the inside 50 count.

There’s no doubt Endeavour Hills will need to bring something new to the table on their journey to another flag, their missing ingredient could get them closer to the big dance.

There is no doubt that Casey Thunder deserve to be favourites, but there is something brewing amongst the Falcons that might just get them there.


Round Eight | Endeavour Hills 01.06.12 vs Casey Thunder 07.13.55

Round Fifteen | Casey Thunder 08.11.59 vs Endeavour Hills 04.04.28

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