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 ⇔ 3

The week off sees them remain in 3rd.

Croydon Rangers 4 ⇔ 4

Their opponents Forfeited at the half time break. Next week will determine if they remain here or drop a spot.

Geelong Buccaneers 5 ⇔ 5

A good solid win doesn’t see them move. Next week could be a different story.

South Eastern Predators 6 ⇔ 6

If it was ranking the most undisciplined team, they’d be at the top.

Bendigo Dragons 7 ⇔ 7

Showed glimpses and didn’t score until midway through the last qtr sees them stay put.

Northern Raiders 8 ⇔ 8

Home field couldn’t get them the win or the rise in the rankings.

Ballarat Falcons 9 ⇔ 9

Forfeit at half time. If it happens again they will drop.

Monash Barbarians 10 ⇑ 11

First big win of the season albeit against the new boys.

Melton Wolves 11 ⇓ 10

The F word (Forfeit) is the reason for the drop. Another will see them drop again.

Peninsula Sharks 12 ⇔ 12

Another game where 40+ points were scored on them.

Pakenham Silverbacks 13 ⇔ 13

No chance to move due to the bye. Either way they weren’t moving anywhere.

GV Power Rankings Week 10.

Scott Ditcham

Football lover since 1990. Massive Denver Broncos fan and father of 1 future football player. Retired GREAT of the Melton Wolves. Writer for Gridiron Downunder Gridiron Victoria. Onside Kick Productions founder. 2016 season stats - 1 INT, 15 missed tackles, 3 tackles and 1 Minor Concussion.

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