Western Crusaders 1 ⇔ 1 Their opponent Forfeited this week but there was no way they were going to drop, barring a disaster. Melbourne University Royals 2 ⇔ 2 They finally get to play next game. Monash Warriors 3 ⇔
Predators Do What’s Needed. South Eastern Predators 35 Defeated Ballarat Falcons 6 In a game that could have been a blowout early, the Falcons didn’t allow that to happen with a half time score of 21-6. Both sides were low
Photo thanks to Mozzed Video & Photography Western Crusaders 1 ⇔ 1 If not for a few plays busting open, the scoreline wouldn’t have been so flattering. Won’t move from here until beaten. Melbourne University Royals 2 ⇔ 2 2
Dominant Era Ends In Monash. Melbourne University Royals 26 Defeated Monash Warriors 0 The tide has finally turned and the Warriors are no longer the feared powerhouse of Gridiron Victoria. As they say “All good things must come to an
Western Crusaders 1 ⇔ 1 I was ready to move them down a spot when the Royals shut out the Warriors for the first time, then Sunday came and a 42-0 victory over the Predators shot that thinking down. Maybe
Warriors No Worries. Monash Warriors 22 Defeated Croydon Rangers 7 A freezing cold and windy wintry day greeted these two rivals. Unfortunately it’s now meant to be Spring and sleet, hail and even snow weren’t part of the deal. The
Week 6 must have been “Precision Playing Surface Week” as all games were played on fantastic fields. Dragons Lock Themselves In Lair. Western Crusaders 50 Defeated Bendigo Dragons 9 I arrived a little late for this one, trying to
With the 2018 Season almost half complete it is time for the Power Rankings which I’ll be looking after this season. Better late than never you could say. I’ll be referring to my season preview for the teams previous ranking.