AFL Canberra General Bye: Ladder Update

Jaike Altieri provides us an update on the current ladders across all Senior, Community and Regional Grades ahead of Round Seven.

AFL Canberra First Grade Men’s

After six rounds of the Men’s First Grade competition it’s Queanbeyan who sit two points clear atop of the ladder ahead of three-peat premiers Ainslie. Belconnen sits in third spot, only by percentage with Eastlake rounding out the top-four with three wins and three losses. The Jets are in fifth position with Tuggeranong rounding out the ladder in sixth position.

It’s looking to be an exciting and tight run to the premiership for 2019 with any of the first four still a chance to win the flag. Queanbeyan have only lost to Belconnen, who in turn drew with Ainslie. Eastlake beat the Magpies in the opening round of the competition, which shows that any team can win on their day. Expect movement from Gungahlin as they tighten their margins and set their sights on the top four.

UNSW Canberra First Grade Women’s

Queanbeyan sit on top of the table in the First Grade Women’s competition heading into round seven, remaining undefeated through the first six matches of the season. Ainslie are eight points behind in second spot, ahead of Eastlake who’s only in third due to percentage. Belconnen round out the top four ahead of Tuggeranong in fifth and Gungahlin in sixth spot.

Queanbeyan have to be premiership favourite’s heading into the second half of the season, being undefeated and only having forty points scored against them across six games! It looks as though the Tigers will be hard to beat come September. Ainslie, Eastlake and Belconnen have all had up and down results through the first six rounds with any of those teams able to be dominant on their day.

AFL Canberra Second Grade Men’s

Queanbeyan sit undefeated on top of the ladder after round six, with Ainslie and Eastlake behind on 4 wins apiece. Belconnen round out the top four with three wins.

 CareSuper Rising Stars Men’s

Ainslie lead the CareSuper Rising Stars Men’s competition, one game clear of Marist in second spot. Eastlake sit in third with Tuggeranong in fourth position.

CareSuper Rising Stars Women’s

Ainslie are undefeated through five rounds of the Rising Stars Women’s competition, with Eastlake and Gungahlin sitting in second and third, both having 2 wins. Queanbeyan sit in fourth spot.

UNSW Canberra Community Women’s

ANU Griffins are on top of the ladder after 7 games, remaining undefeated so far this season. ADFA Rams sit in second spot with Molonglo in third and Batemans Bay rounding out the top four.

UNSW Canberra Regional Women’s

Riverina Lions sit atop of the ladder with Queanbeyan only in second by percentage. Belconnen are in third position with Eastlake in fourth, twelve points from the ladder leaders.

AFL Canberra Regional Men’s

Cootamundra are the ladder leaders after six rounds with an undefeated record. Southern Cats are four points behind in second with Goulburn Swans in third and Belconnen closing out the top four.

AFL Canberra Community Men’s Third Grade

ADFA Rams are undefeated on top of the table with six wins, followed by ANU in second with four wins. Woden Blues are in third spot and Batemans Bay in fourth, both also having four wins.

 AFL Canberra Community Men’s Fourth Grade

ADFA Rams are on top of the table boasting an undefeated win-loss record. Woden Blues are eight points behind in second position, tied with Batemans Bay and Googong Hogs who sit third and fourth respectively.

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