Colby McKercher in action during the R8 match between North Melbourne and St Kilda at Marvel Stadium on May 4, 2024. Picture: AFL Photos

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Standalone clubs Werribee (third) and Williamstown (sixth) headlined a big Saturday in the VFL, with Gold Coast looking to push its way into the top 10 against Essendon, while GWS took on Sydney in the local derby at Blacktown. 

On Sunday, Geelong could take top spot - at least for this week, with Footscray on a bye - with victory over Port Melbourne, while Casey and North Melbourne also battle it out.

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It's a massive last round in the VFLW home and away season with finals places still up for grabs. Collingwood needed to beat top-of-the-ladder Williamstown and rely on Port Melbourne losing to third-placed Box Hill to force its way in, while North Melbourne hosted Western Bulldogs in another huge clash to decide their positions in the top six.

In the WAFL, Peel Thunder looked to maintain top spot on the ladder away to West Perth, with East Perth breathing down its neck as it traveled to Swan Districts

There are three games in the SANFL on Sunday, highlighted by West Adelaide's clash against Glenelg, while Sturt hosts North Adelaide in what's looming as a tight second half of the season.

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Smithy's VFL fixture, round 13

Saturday, June 22
Gold Coast v Essendon, People First Stadium, 11.05am AEST
Brisbane v Frankston, Brighton Homes Arena, 11.05am AEST
Greater Western Sydney v Sydney, Blacktown ISP, 11.05am AEST
Carlton v Southport, Ikon Park, 12.05pm AEST
Werribee v Williamstown, Avalon Airport Oval, 2.05pm AEST

Sunday, June 23
Coburg v Northern Bullants, Piranha Park, 1.05pm AEST
Casey Demons v North Melbourne, Casey Fields, 2.05pm AEST
Port Melbourne v Geelong, ETU Stadium, 2.05pm AEST

rebel VFL Women's fixture, round 14

Saturday, June 22
Collingwood v Williamstown, Victoria Park, 11am AEST
North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs, Arden Street Oval, 2pm AEST
Essendon v Geelong, Windy Hill, 2.30pm AEST

Sunday, June 23
Casey Demons v Southern Saints, Casey Fields, 11.05am AEST
Port Melbourne v Box Hill, ETU Stadium, 11.30am AEST
Carlton v Darebin, Ikon Park, 2pm AEST

SANFL fixture, round 11

Sunday, June 23
Norwood v Port Adelaide, Norwood Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Sturt v North Adelaide, Thomas Farms Oval, 2.10pm ACST
West Adelaide v Glenelg, Hisense Stadium, 2.30pm ACST

WAFL fixture, round 12

Saturday, June 22
South Fremantle v West Coast, Fremantle Community Bank Oval, 1.10pm AWST
Swan Districts v East Perth, Steel Blue Oval, 2.10pm AWST
Claremont v Perth, Revo Fitness Stadium, 2.30pm AWST
West Perth v Peel Thunder, Pentanet Stadium, 2.30pm AWST