The Southern Saints are through to its maiden VFLW Grand Final, set to take on Essendon this Sunday at ETU Stadium in Port Melbourne.
After finishing 5th on the ladder, the Saints stormed into the big dance after winning three finals straight, their latest a 20-point victory over Casey last Sunday.
However, one more challenge lays between them and the ultimate glory, which is the undefeated Bombers, who hold an astonishing 12-0-2 record.
Entry will be free, so make sure you head on down to ETU Stadium to cheer on Dale Robinson and her players as they look to secure their first VFLW flag in club history.
2022 rebel VFLW Grand Final
Essendon v Southern Saints
Sunday 3 July
12:15pm AEST, ETU Stadium
Broadcast on Channel 7, AFL.com.au and the Official AFL Live App
Entry to the 2022 rebel VFLW Grand Final is free. Head on down to the ground and walk through the gates to cheer on the Saints as they look to win their first ever VFLW premiership.
Members - please check your email for detailed instructions from our Membership Team on how this process will work for you.
Please note no dogs are allowed into the venue.
Grand Final line-ups
The Southern Saints will go into Sunday's 2022 rebel VFLW Grand Final against Essendon with an unchanged line-up.
Led by coach Dale Robinson, the red, white and black have marched onto potential Premiership success after three consecutive finals wins over Geelong, Casey and Box Hill.
Hannah Stuart and Southern Saints captain Deanna Jolliffe, who were both drafted to St Kilda's AFLW side a few days ago, will each play on Sunday before turning their attention towards their AFLW commitments.
Ebony Nixon, Katie Prendergast, Amelia Peck and Bella Enno have been named as emergencies.
|Ilena Gentile||Deanna Jolliffe|
|Georgia McLean||Alexandra Hynes||Chloe Saultry|
|Charlotte Ryan||Madison Capsalis||Winnie Laing|
|Olivia Flanagan||Tayla Kearns||Kayla Ripari|
|Gabriella De Angelis||Chanelle Slater|
|Sarah Black||Hannah Stuart||Rebecca Neaves|
|Grace Buchan||Pia Staltari||Olivia Robinson|
|Nicki Cormack||Claire Keohane|
|Ebony Nixon||Katie Prendergast||Amelia Peck|
North Port Oval is an approximately 15 minute drive from the Melbourne CBD via State Route 30
There is frequent public transport running from Melbourne's CBD to North Port Oval. Taking a bus or train should take between 20-25 minutes. Plan your journey with PTV Journey Planner to make sure you get to the game on time and with ease.
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