Kyabram Football Netball Club will be chasing two football flags and one netball flag on Goulburn Valley league grand final day.
Kyabram Football Netball Club will chase two football flags and one netball flag on Goulburn Valley league grand final day at Deakin Reserve on Sunday.
The under-18 footballers joined the seniors in their respective deciders after accounting for last year’s premier Shepparton in the preliminary final at Deakin Reserve on Sunday and meet Benalla for the flag.
Kyabram’s senior side has a date with Shepparton United in the premiership showdown after United, with a strong last half, ended Shepparton Swans’ fairytale season in Sunday’s preliminary final.
The club’s B-reserve grade netballers are also chasing premiership glory after a preliminary final win over Shepparton Bears to book its spot in the grand final against Shepparton United.
The club is inviting supporters to get behind the teams and attend a final training session for the senior footballers on Friday night. Training will get underway between 6.30
Club president John Bacon and secretary Max McKenzie encouraged all supporters and past players to get along on Friday evening and show their support for this year’s grand finalists.
‘‘The Melbourne-based players will be coming along and it would be good to get as many people along as possible to show their support and be part of the week,’’ Mr Bacon said.
‘‘There’s a buzz around the town. I think we’ve got a better senior side now than we had in our other recent grand finals and one that is better suited to playing at Deakin Reserve.
‘‘I’m expecting Kyabram to have more supporters than Shepp United in the crowd on Sunday and it will be good to get as many there as possible.
‘‘The team will be using the Shepparton rooms, but I’m expecting there to be plenty of support for the Bombers all round the ground.’’
On Sunday night, there is a function for all supporters at the Wilf Cox Complex win, lose or draw.
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