Boy, Oh Boy Wowee of the Week – Round Three
Boy, Oh Boy Wowee of the Week is looking to honour special moments from all AFL Sydney divisions including – but not limited to – clutch marks, terrible haircuts, funny moments, after the siren victories, best fans, anything notable that has happened at your club during the week. The weekly winner will receive a brand new Sherrin for their club and the overall winner for the year, will receive a $300 Sherrin voucher for their club’s use. It is important that your nominations come with either a photo or video for the judges to be able to determine a winner.
If you would like to nominate a Boy, Oh Boy Wowee of the Week from your club, please send nominations to email@example.com by 5pm on each Monday of the season.
THE ROUND THREE BOY, OH BOY WOWEE OF THE WEEK GOES TO…
Western Suburbs for hosting their memorable ANZAC Day game. This is a meaningful tradition with the AFL Sydney community stopping to acknowledge and commemorate the men and women who have served our country. Thank you to Western Suburbs and Pennant Hills for keep this AFL Sydney tradition alive. Image below courtesy of Leigh Gazzard.
The Camden Cats had former IBF middleweight World Boxing Champion roll through their ranks this week with the Real DealDaniel Geale making his debut for the Cats out at Fairfax. A handy inclusion to any side. Congratulations on the debut, Daniel!
It was a good day for my first run in Aussie rules footy for about 20 years or so, for the Camden cats. I thought I was…
Southern Power also had a famous sports star around the club this week when Belinda Snell, recent Commonwealth Games Basketball Gold Medalist dropped by to see how the Power girls do it.
Another one from the South! With regular coach Abraham Caroca away for the week, Southern Power duo Kristy De Pellegrini (former GWS GIANTS player) and Matt Last took the reigns to successfully lead the team to victory over the Newtown Breakaways. But let’s not take anything away from the players, including Rheanna Lotter who slotted four goals to guide the Power home.