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Possible premiers: Kazuals’ Mischa Westlake, Murchison’s Kayley Bean, Yacht Club’s Shay Connolly, Railways’ Brendan Moir, Towns’ Rhys Knight, Casuals’ Brad Delane, Cardinals’ Regan Fitzsimmons and Falcons’ Kelly Eastough.
Possible premiers: Kazuals’ Mischa Westlake, Murchison’s Kayley Bean, Yacht Club’s Shay Connolly, Railways’ Brendan Moir, Towns’ Rhys Knight, Casuals’ Brad Delane, Cardinals’ Regan Fitzsimmons and Falcons’ Kelly Eastough.

To paraphrase Collingwood Football Club president and former The Footy Show host Eddie McGuire — It has been a big week in sport.

And it is about to get bigger, as netball, men’s hockey, women’s hockey and football grand finals align in what could be one of the biggest sporting weekends in recent history.

Action starts when the first whistle blows at Judy Millward Netball Centre.

Kazuals and Falcons tip off at 3.30pm in a match-up of the last two premiership winners.

Olympic Heat and Chapman Athletic then kick off at Alexander Park to decide the final silverware winner of season 2012 in the Midwest Soccer Association.

A surprise match-up of Murchison and Cardinals will take to the Mitchell and Brown Hockey Stadium at 4.15pm for the women’s A-grade grand final.

A win would give Cardinals a premiership hat-trick while it would be Murchison’s first win since 2009.

Casuals and Yacht Club take to the field at 6pm for a rematch of last year’s fiery grand final which resulted in several suspensions and red cards.

Every A-grade men’s hockey final has been decided by golden goal this season and form suggests this game maybe decided by a similar fate.

A busy championship weekend finishes on Sunday when Railways and Town take to the field for the weekend’s main event for the GNFL grand final.

Bouncedown is scheduled for 2.30pm with both teams evenly matched as evidence of their match ups this season.

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