Note:- Once we have a clearer understanding on competing teams in the Women’s football, Junior Netball, U19/U18 football, Veteran’s and all Junior football competitions, we will begin fixturing these competitions post the 1st of March team entry, cut-off date.
Premier Division fixture highlights
Round one kicks of with two traditional rival matches which will be played a week earlier than the remaining games:
Narre Warren will host Pakenham on Saturday the 6th April and Wandin host Mt Evelyn on Sunday the 7th April.
Emerald will unveil their Senior footy and A grade Netball flags in Round two vs Narre Warren.
Three traditional rival matches will be played on Anzac Round:
Upwey Tecoma vs Olinda Ferny Creek
Gembrook Cockatoo vs Emerald
Pakenham vs Officer.
The 2023 Grand Final replay for both Senior Football & A Grade Netball will be playing on Anzac Round as well, with Premiers of both – Wandin taking on Narre Warren at Narre Warren.
Officer will host Monbulk in a special Sockit2MND clash in Round Nine.
The 2023 Division One football Grand final replay will take place in this round as well, Premier Emerald taking on Berwick Springs at Mick Moreland Reserve.
Emerald celebrates the clubs 1000th match (since the YV and MD competitions combined) with a home match Vs Olinda Ferny Creek in Round 12.
Premier Division Grand Finals will be played on Saturday the 21st September 2024.
Division One fixture highlights
Starts with Yarra Junction hosting local rivals and 2023 Premiers, Powelltown on Saturday the 13th April.
Seville aim to unveil their new level playing surface in Round one vs Warburton Millgrove. This will be the clubs first time meeting each other since 2006.
Yea’s comeback into the competition after a couple of tough years will be complete by taking on Alexandra at Rebel Park.
Powelltown aim to celebrate the opening of their new facilities and unveil their 2023 Premiership flag in Round 2 vs Healesville. This will be the first time the two clubs have played each other since 2013. Warburton Millgrove’s A grade team will also unveil their 2023 Premiership flag at home vs Alexandra in Round 2.
Anzac Day will see Seville take on Belgrave and Healesville hosting Warburton Millgrove. To cap off the round Alexandra host Powelltown in a Grand Final replay and the battle of the Yarra’s will take place as Yarra Junction host Yarra Glen.
Yarra Glen will host Healesville for the Pride Cup match which will be held during Pride round in season 2024 during Round 6.
Warburton Millgrove celebrates the clubs 1000th match (since the YV and MD competitions combined) with a home match Vs Yarra Glen in Round 8.
Multiple matches will celebrate the competitions First Nations round in Round 12. Yarra Glen will host Yarra Junction, Warburton Millgrove play’s Healesville and Powelltown are at home to Alexandra.
Division One Grand Finals will be played on Saturday the 14th September 2024.
A downloadable copy of each fixture can be found below: