EXCITEMENT is building for this weekend’s 2015 WorkSafe AFL Victoria Country Championships, with reputations set to go on the line.
34 leagues will battle it out at Deakin Reserve on Saturday, May 23 for supremacy and the chance to move up the rankings table, in what looms as the most hotly contested championships yet.
The Geelong Football League will be forced to defend their ‘No.1’ ranking away from home, travelling to Shepparton to take on the might of the Goulburn Football League.
The Ovens and Murray League can take another step in their quest for the top when they host the Peninsula Football League in Albury, while at the other end of the table, the Kyabram and District Football League and the Mininera District Football League will go head-to-head, with plans of moving off the bottom rung.
Six leagues in the north east and southern NSW will again take part in interleague encounters on the same day but are not included in the rankings system.
For a full fixture and match previews, visit www.aflvic.com.au