SUN 17 SEPTEMBER: The U19s powered to a tenth premiership at Box Hill this afternoon, defeating a dogged, determined and dangerous Beaumaris by ten points. In warm conditions, the Red and Blacks never quit, and answered every challenge.
Earlier in the afternoon, the U23s came from behind to defeat the Menages in a typically hard-fought affair, thus earning the right to play St Kevin's Gold in the Premier Thirds GF next Sunday morning.
Murray Browne's Ressies will also meet SKOB, who defeated Uni Blues by 15 points at Sandringham today.
In other news, Old Scotch has returned to Premier section after a two year hiatus in Premier B. The Red Men defeated St Bernard's in extra time yesterday to win the preliminary final.
Big Award for Old Xavs major sponsor.
The Shaw Things won the U19 Premier title in a tough contest with Beaumaris.
Healy's Heroes are ready to roll in next week's GF.
A day of mixed results south of the city.
A briliant day for both of our U19 teams.
A perfect Saturday from the Red 'n' Blacks ends the end of the home and away season.
Let's salute Old Xavs' first 300 gamer.
Most win well, but Ones' finals chances hang by a thread.
This week, Quick Hands discusses life with Hamish Morris.
Old Xavs Women's Football Season One is in the books.