Zaine Cordy in action during VFL round eight, 2024. Picture: AFL Photos

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The VFLW finals series begins this weekend, as reigning premier Port Melbourne headed on an away trip to Box Hill in an elimination final on Saturday. There are two matches on Sunday: North Melbourne v Essendon in an elimination final, followed by a huge qualifying final between first and second Williamstown and Western Bulldogs.

It's a full slate of matches in the VFL as teams begin to sort themselves out in the run home to the finals. Southport, Footscray, Brisbane and Box Hill were among the teams in action on Saturday, with top-of-the-table Werribee travelling to face Sydney on Sunday, while Geelong meets Sandringham to round out the weekend's action.

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Peel Thunder looked to consolidate top spot on the WAFL ladder when it hosted Subiaco, while East Perth took on South Fremantle in a massive top-four battle on Saturday. Sunday is also set to be huge, with Swan Districts facing West Coast, and East Fremantle taking on Claremont.

And in the SANFL, Norwood and Glenelg were out to maintain their places at the top of the ladder against South Adelaide and Adelaide, respectively, while North Adelaide met Woodville-West Torrens and Sturt took on West Adelaide.

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Smithy's VFL fixture, round 14

Saturday, June 29
Southport v Greater Western Sydney, Fankhauser Reserve, 11.05am AEST
Brisbane v Coburg, Brighton Homes Arena, 12.05pm AEST
Frankston v Gold Coast, Kinetic Stadium, 12.05pm AEST
Northern Bullants v Casey Demons, Genis Steel Oval, 1.05pm AEST
Essendon v Collingwood, Windy Hill, 1.05pm AEST
North Melbourne v Footscray, Arden Street Oval, 2.05pm AEST
Box Hill v Port Melbourne, Box Hill City Oval, 2.05pm AEST

Sunday, June 30
Richmond v Carlton, Swinburne Centre, 12pm AEST
Sydney v Werribee, Tramway Oval, 12.05pm AEST
Geelong v Sandringham, GMHBA Stadium, 12.05pm AEST

rebel VFL Women's fixture, finals W1

Saturday, June 29
Box Hill v Port Melbourne, Box Hill City Oval, 11.30am AEST

Sunday, June 30
North Melbourne v Essendon, Arden Street Oval, 1pm AEST
Williamstown v Western Bulldogs, DSV Stadium, 2pm AEST

SANFL fixture, round 12

Saturday, June 29
Port Adelaide v Central District, Alberton Oval, 2.10pm ACST
North Adelaide v Woodville-West Torrens, Prospect Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Sturt v West Adelaide, Thomas Farms Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Glenelg v Adelaide, Stratarama Stadium, 2.20pm ACST

Sunday, June 30
South Adelaide v Norwood, Flinders University Stadium, 2.10pm ACST

WAFL fixture, round 13

Saturday, June 29
Peel Thunder v Subiaco, Lane Group Stadium, 2.30pm AWST
Perth v West Perth, Mineral Resources Park, 2.30pm AWST
East Perth v South Fremantle, Sullivan Logistics Stadium, 2.40pm AWST

Sunday, June 30
Swan Districts v West Coast, Steel Blue Oval, 1.10pm AWST
East Fremantle v Claremont, Sullivan Logistics Stadium, 2.30pm AWST