Changkuoth Jiath during a Hawthorn training session at Waverley Park, April 19, 2024. Picture: Getty Images

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This week's action kicked off with two Friday night matches in the VFL, including a clash between Carlton and Casey Demons, before a slate of four games on Saturday. There are a couple of big match-ups to come on Sunday, with top-of-the-table Footscray travelling to the Swinburne Centre to take on fifth-placed Richmond, while Box Hill (fourth) meets Sandringham (ninth) at Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve to complete the round.

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Port Melbourne and Western Bulldogs kicked off VFLW round seven on Friday evening, before some crunch games on Saturday, including Williamstown's battle with North Melbourne and Essendon up against Casey. There's only one match on Sunday with Box Hill taking on Southern Saints in Wonthaggi as part of a VFL/VFLW double-header.

Central District and Sturt faced off in a first versus fifth battle in the SANFL, while Glenelg and West Adelaide duked it out for bragging rights. Port Adelaide and South Adelaide were both looking for their first wins of 2024 against North Adelaide and Woodville-West Torrens, respectively. 

And there were some massive games in the WAFL on Saturday including Swan Districts v Peel Thunder, Subiaco v South Fremantle and East Fremantle v East Perth.

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Smithy's VFL fixture, round seven

Friday, May 10
Carlton v Casey Demons, Ikon Park, 5.10pm AEST
Port Melbourne v Coburg, ETU Stadium, 7.35pm AEST

Saturday, May 11
Greater Western Sydney v Frankston, Blacktown ISP, 11.05am AEST
North Melbourne v Sydney, Arden Steel Oval, 12.05pm AEST
Northern Bullants v Collingwood, Genis Street Oval, 2.05pm AEST
Williamstown v Essendon, DSV Stadium, 3.05pm AEST

Sunday, May 12
Gold Coast v Southport, People First Stadium, 1.05pm AEST
Richmond v Footscray, Swinburne Centre, 2.05pm AEST
Box Hill v Sandringham, Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve, 2.05pm AEST

rebel VFL Women's fixture, round eight

Friday, May 10
Port Melbourne v Western Bulldogs, ETU Stadium, 5.05pm AEST

Saturday, May 11
Williamstown v North Melbourne, DSV Stadium, 10am AEST
Darebin v Carlton, Genis Steel Oval, 10.15am AEST
Essendon v Casey Demons, Windy Hill, 11.05am AEST
Geelong v Collingwood, Deakin University, Geelong, 12pm AEST

Sunday, May 12
Box Hill v Southern Saints, Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve, 11.30am AEST

SANFL fixture, round six

Friday, May 10
Norwood v Adelaide, Norwood Oval, 7.40pm ACST

Saturday, May 11
Central District v Sturt, X Convenience Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Port Adelaide v North Adelaide, Alberton Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Woodville-West Torrens v South Adelaide, Woodville Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Glenelg v West Adelaide, Stratarama Stadium, 2.10pm ACST

WAFL fixture, round seven

Saturday, May 11
Subiaco v South Fremantle, Sullivan Logistics Stadium, 1.15pm AWST
Swan Districts v Peel Thunder, Steel Blue Oval, 2.10pm AWST
East Fremantle v East Perth, Fremantle Community Bank Oval, 2.30pm AWST
Perth v Claremont, Mineral Resources Park, 2.30pm AWST
West Perth v West Coast, Pentanet Stadium, 3pm AWST