|1||Sunday 2 May||Hawthorn||Boroondara Sports Complex||12:00pm|
|2||Sunday 16 May||Essendon||Boroondara Sports Complex||11:00am|
|3||Sunday 30 May||Collingwood||Boroondara Sports Complex||11:00am|
|4||Sunday 20 June||Richmond||RSEA Park||12:00pm|
|5||Sunday 18 July||BYE||-||-|
|6||Sunday 18 July||Hawthorn||Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre||1:00pm|
|7||Sunday 25 July||Essendon||Boroondara Sports Complex||11:00am|
|8||Sunday 8 August||Richmond||Boroondara Sports Complex||12:00pm|
|9||Sunday 15 August||BYE||-||-|
|10||Sunday 29 August||Collingwood||Boroondara Sports Complex||11:00am|
|1||St Kilda 12.5 (77) def. Hawthorn 10.5 (65)||R. Smith 10, P. McKay 2||1-0|
|2||St Kilda 12.7 (79) def. Essendon 7.8 (50)||N/A||2-0|
Rules of VWFL
Wheelchair AFL is played between two teams of five (5), plus interchange players. The field is an indoor basketball or netball court and is divided into three zones: a centre zone and two scoring zones.
Players are restricted to which zone they can enter and are required to wear a coloured sash, armband or bib to differentiate themselves as either a forward, centre or back.
Teams score by handballing or passing the football into their attacking scoring zone to the designated scorer, who can score a goal or behind by handballing the ball between the goal posts. A mark is awarded when the ball has travelled three or more metres.
A handball is equivalent to a kick as per Australian Rules Football and a thrown ball equivalent to a pass. The ball may not be thrown overarm.
The game consists of four 10-minute quarters with no time-on.