National Pharmacies SANFL Juniors Grand Final Previews


The National Pharmacies SANFL Juniors Grand Finals will take place this weekend, with the title-deciders to be played across suburban grounds from 9am on Sunday.

In an exclusive first, all National Pharmacies SANFL Juniors Grand Finals will be streamed live and on demand at for $29.95.

The Grand Finals will be available for download, within the following 48 hours of their conclusion.

Two SANFL Juniors heavyweights will collide at The Parade when the Glenunga Blue Rams meet the Henley Sharks in the U13 Girls Central Division 1 Grand Final.

Having finished at the top of the ladder with a 12-2 record, Glenunga advanced to the big dance after beating Henley by just five points.

“The girls were nearly pipped on the siren during the semi-final by Henley, but they did enough in the first three quarters to get them over the line,” said Glenunga Junior Football Director Graham Jaeschke.

With Glenunga’s U13 Division 1 and Division 4 teams also qualifying for the Grand Final, Jaeschke says it’s a great reward for the club and its players to have three Under-13 teams competing on Sunday.

 “Our U13 boys division 1 and 4 teams won their way straight through to the Grand Final after strong performances in the Semi-Finals,” said Jaeschke.

 “However both U13 boys sides won and lost against their Grand Final opponents during the home and away season, so we are all looking forward to what will hopefully be cracking games on Sunday.”

Glenunga girls having plenty of fun in 2022.

After the Glenunga and Henley girls do battle at The Parade, Henley’s U14 Division 1 Blue Boys team will take on Port District Black.

The Henley Blue team finished the home-and-away season in fourth position but raced out of the blocks to defeat SMOSH West Lakes by 81 points in the Elimination Final.

With Port District already punching their ticket to play at the Norwood Redlegs’ home venue, Henley recorded their fifth win in as many games to beat the Unley Jets by 55 points.

The Sharks boys will enter the clash full of confidence having risen from fourth spot, but it’ll take a big effort to topple an undefeated Port District side.

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