2017 VIC BOWL XXXIII CHAMPIONS: Western Crusaders
Division Two Champions VII: Northern Raiders
Gridiron Victoria (GV), in partnership with the City of Latrobe Council are proud to announce that the 2015 Gridiron Victoria VIC BOWL XXXI will be held at the Latrobe City Sports & Entertainment Stadium in Morwell.
The event, to be held on Saturday 15th August culminates the 31st season of Men’s American Football here in Victoria.
In 2015 the Gridiron Victoria Senior men’s season features 13 teams competing across two divisions in a 14 week regular season (including byes). Season kicks off first weekend in May with the 2015 Vic Bowl XXXI on Saturday 15th of August.
Division Two Championship
PAKENHAM SILVERBACKS defeat MONASH BARBARIANS 9-6
VIC BOWL XXXI
CROYDON RANGERS defeat MONASH WARRIORS 16-7
This weekend, club stalwart Mark Petana will play game number 200 for the Berwick Miners Gridiron Club.
Mark will become only the 6th person to reach this exclusive club in the 31 year history of Gridiron Victoria.
“Mark embodies what every coach wants from a player” said Miners Head Coach & GV State Director of Coaching Mel Martin. “Courage, great club leadership and ability. Fierce on the field, a true gentleman off.” he added.
The milestone is all the more impressive as a typical season comprises only 12-13 games, indicative of the incredible dedication and endurance required to play this game for so long.
Mark embodies what every coach wants from a player – HC Mel Martin
On behalf of the entire league, Gridiron Victoria wishes Mark well for his 200th game against the Crusaders this Saturday and will recognise his feat with a guard of honour prior to kickoff.
Gridiron Victoria is proud to announce that week 6 of the 2015 Senior Men’s season will be a celebration of #GV2015 with the entire Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend held at the State Netball Hockey Center in Parkville.
Blockbuster men’s fixture now includes the FIRST EVER 11-a-side full kit WOMEN’S AMERICAN FOOTBALL MATCH IN AUSTRALIA!
The 2015 Gridiron Victoria Women’s All Star Game is the showpiece Friday night fixture kicking off at 7:30pm. Two teams comprising the very best players from the biggest and best women’s league in Australia will face off in front of a massive crowd under lights.