Boy, Oh Boy Wowee of the Week – Round Three
ROUND THREE WINNER
The Inner West Magpies for their moving ANZAC Day Service, which took place prior to their Round 3 Premier Division game. A large crowd was in attendance for the ceremony which has become an annual tradition since 2007 and an important part of the AFL Sydney season. There was a marching pipe band, wreaths were laid and the Last Post sounded in what was a solemn and uplifting procession. Going into the contest as clear underdogs, the Magpies put on an inspired performance to take home the ANZAC Day Cup for the first time since 2013 with a 106 (16.10) to 48 (7.6) victory.
Nomination: Nick Miller, Inner West Magpies
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No that’s Tom Redden of UNSW Eastern Suburbs Bulldogs taking flight against the Premier Division’s top contenders. It’s been speccys galore over the first three rounds and we hope to get more nominations like this in the weeks to come.
We are calling for weekly nominations from individuals to honour the silly, spectacular and special moments at your club.
All AFL Sydney divisions from Men’s and Women’s teams are invited to nominate clutch marks, terrible haircuts, funny moments, after the siren victories, best fans, social media moments, or anything notable that has happened at your club during the week.
Every nomination must come with either a photo or video for the judges to be able to determine a winner.
Please send all nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB on Monday nights.
This competition will run during the main rounds of the AFL Sydney season and does not include the AFL Sydney Finals Series.
Weekly winner: The weekly winner (the individual who nominated the winning nomination) will take home 1 x $100 VISA gift card.
Overall winner: The overall winner (the individual who nominated the overall winning nomination for the year), will win a 1 x $500 VISA gift card, as well as another 1 x $500 VISA gift card for their associated AFL Sydney club. The overall winning nomination will be announced at the annual Phelan Mostyn Medal night.