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EDFL Live Gameday Hub - 2018 Premier Division Grand Final Edition

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THIS is it... our Season Finale for 2018.

Today's Strathmore Community Bank Premier Division Grand Final (2:15pm) is a clash of the titans between Aberfeldie and Keilor at Windy Hill - which is a re-match of the 2016 decider.

Aberfeldie is striving to go back-to-back for the first time in history, while Mick McGuane is looking to steer Keilor to its third premiership under his tutelage since 2008.

The Premier Division Reserves Grand Final (11:40am) is also a 2016 re-match, to be played between Greenvale and Keilor, while the day will open with Maribyrnong Park looking to go back-to-back against Aberfeldie in the AGA Apprenticeships Plus Under 19.5 Grand Final (9:30am).


SELECTED SQUADS & PREVIEW - CLICK HERE


LIVE SCORES (ALL GAMES) - CLICK HERE

Thanks to the EDFL Live App, you can keep track of all three of today's grand finals with live scoring from siren to siren.

Either hit the Live Scores button on the EDFL Live App home screen, or simply click here and select games you wish to follow.

Post-game, these same links will provide you with final scores, goal kickers and best players from each game.


LIVE RADIO - CLICK HERE

Today's Strathmore Community Bank Premier Division Grand Final between Aberfeldie & Keilor is our game for broadcast on EDFL Match of the Day.

Join Travis Poznachowski, Michael Pepicelli, Kaine Hocking, Tim Solly & Adem Saricaoglu live from 2pm - 5:30pm on Mixlr.com/edflfooty and 98.9 North West FM.

After the game we’ll have interviews from the winning team.

Listen above or click here and search 'EDFL Radio' in the Mixlr App.


GRAND FINAL ENTRY PRICES

Adults: $20.00

Valid Aged Pension Card Holders (must produce aged pension card): $10.00

Valid Secondary Student Concession (must produce photo ID card): $10.00

Children under 14: FREE

Your copy of The Footballer comes free with entry into the venue.


ANIMAL ACCESS RESTRICTIONS

Please note that due to recent incidents, the EDFL has decided that no animals will be permitted into any finals venues, except for dogs to assist people whose vision is impaired.

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