Zac Strom handballs for South Fremantle against East Fremantle in the WAFL in 2020. Picture: AFL Photos

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Unbeaten Footscray looked to consolidate its spot on top of the VFL ladder when it took on Collingwood on Friday afternoon at Marvel Stadium. There were three games on Saturday, including third-placed Geelong up against Richmond, while four matches made up a big Sunday with reigning premier Gold Coast in action as well as a clash between Essendon and Box Hill.

It's a big round in the VFLW as the Bombers and Hawks faced off in the match of the day on Saturday, while Port Melbourne and Williamstown met on Sunday in another finals-shaping encounter.

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Top-of-the-table Peel Thunder travelled to Revo Fitness Stadium to take on Claremont in the WAFL on Saturday, with a standalone game between Perth and West Coast taking centre stage on Sunday.

Monday is a public holiday in WA and the action heats up with two massive games: South Fremantle v East Fremantle and West Perth v East Perth.

In the SANFL, Port Adelaide met Sturt in a Friday night match, before a big weekend that included games between Norwood (first) and Woodville-West Torrens (second), and Glenelg (third) v Central District (fourth).

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Smithy's VFL fixture, round 10

Friday, May 31
Collingwood v Footscray, Marvel Stadium, 4.05pm AEST

Saturday, June 1
Coburg v Casey Demons, Piranha Park, 1.05pm AEST
Geelong v Richmond, GMHBA Stadium, 3.30pm AEST
Frankston v Sandringham, Kinetic Stadium, 7.05pm AEST

Sunday, June 2
Gold Coast v Werribee, People First Stadium, 12.15pm AEST
Essendon v Box Hill, Windy Hill, 1.05pm AEST
Northern Bullants v Carlton, Genis Steel Oval, 2.05pm AEST
Port Melbourne v Williamstown, ETU Stadium, 2.05pm AEST

rebel VFL Women's fixture, round 11

Saturday, June 1
Geelong v Western Bulldogs, Avalon Airport Oval, 11am AEST
Carlton v Casey Demons, Ikon Park, 12pm AEST
Essendon v Box Hill, Windy Hill, 12.05pm AEST
North Melbourne v Darebin, Avalon Airport Oval, 1.30pm AEST

Sunday, June 2
Collingwood v Southern Saints, AIA Centre, 11am AEST
Port Melbourne v Williamstown, ETU Stadium, 121.30am AEST

SANFL fixture, round eight

Friday, May 31
Port Adelaide v Sturt, Alberton Oval, 7.10pm ACST

Saturday, June 1 
Glenelg v Central District, Stratarama Stadium, 1.10pm ACST
West Adelaide v Adelaide, Hisense Stadium, 2.10pm ACST

Sunday, June 2
North Adelaide v South Adelaide, Prospect Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Norwood v Woodville-West Torrens, Norwood Oval, 2.30pm ACST

WAFL fixture, round nine

Saturday, June 1
Claremont v Peel Thunder, Revo Fitness Stadium, 2.30pm AWST
Subiaco v Swan Districts, Sullivan Logistics Stadium, 2.30pm AWST

Sunday, June 2
Perth v West Coast, Henry Street Oval, 11.10am AWST

Monday, June 3
South Fremantle v East Fremantle, Fremantle Community Bank Oval, 1.10pm AWST
West Perth v East Perth, Pentanet Stadium, 2.30pm AWST