Boy, Oh Boy Wowee of the Week – Round Four

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 by 5pm on each Monday of the season.


Sydney University for their crafty Photoshop work after their Premier Division win over St George. Premier Division player, Jack Prato, got the copy and paste treatment after a picture of a spoil attempt fell into the hands of some savvy – and not so savvy – teammates #MSDosPaintRulez


Sydney University Women’s duo Stephanie Walker and Megan Andresen played their last game for the club on the weekend as they move interstate. Both have been stewards of the AFL Sydney competition for a number of years. Walker also played at the highest level for the GWS GIANTS in AFL Women’s in 2017. We wish the best to both of them and we’re looking forward to welcoming them back sometime in the future. 

Last game with this fantastic group of girls, thank you @sydneyuniwomensafl for the past 6 years of footy, bleed blue and gold💙💛💙💛

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Macquarie University Women’s for bringing a secret ingredient to their bench – Kombucha. Forget water, forget Gatorade, it’s all about the organic, gluten free, lactose free, vegan, cultured, antibiotic rich drink for the Warriors. But who did it belong to? Is it AFL Sydney Women’s Premier Division Leading Goal Kicker, Simone Freeman who is chugging the stuff at half-time? Is that he secret to kicking all those goals?! Perhaps it was their coach, Dan Ranson trying to bring some zen vibes into the group? We’re not sure, but regardless, namastae Mac Uni!

UNSW Eastern Suburbs Bulldog, Sera Kaukiono, kicked an impressive SEVEN goals on the weekend. She was unstoppable, propelling her team to the ‘W’ and herself into this weeks nominations. Kaukiono’s teammate, Bec Privitelli (of 2018 GWS GIANTS AFLW squad) also kicked a lazy five goals during this game – what’s in the water down at the Village Green?…………………or is it Kombucha too?!

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