Chad Wingard in action during Hawthorn's clash against Richmond in round 19, 2023. Picture: AFL Photos

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A spot in the VFLW Grand Final is on the line when Williamstown hosts North Melbourne on Sunday at DSV Stadium. The loser will still remain in the premiership race and advance to next week's preliminary final. Saturday's first semi-final saw Western Bulldogs taking on Port Melbourne, where the winner progressed to the prelim.

It's set to be another blockbuster weekend in the VFL as teams begin to sort themselves out in the run home to finals. The battle between first- and second-placed Werribee and Footscray highlighted a big Saturday, with Box Hill v Geelong on Sunday also massive in the context of the season.

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There are some crucial match-ups in the battle for the top five in the WAFL, with Claremont hosting South Fremantle, and East Fremantle away to Perth. There was also a clash between top and bottom on the ladder as AFL-affiliated clubs Peel Thunder and West Coast went toe to toe.

And in the SANFL, Norwood will be looking to consolidate top spot when it takes on West Adelaide, while Glenelg v Woodville-West Torrens also promises to be an enticing match.

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Smithy's VFL fixture, round 15

Saturday, July 6
Gold Coast v Williamstown, People First Stadium, 11.05am AEST
Greater Western Sydney v Carlton, Blacktown ISP, 1.05pm AEST
Brisbane v Casey, Brighton Homes Arena, 1.05pm AEST
Werribee v Footscray, Avalon Airport Oval, 2.05pm AEST
Port Melbourne v Essendon, ETU Stadium, 2.05pm AEST

Sunday, July 7
Sandringham v Sydney, RSEA Park, 11.05am AEST
Frankston v Collingwood, Kinetic Stadium, 1.05pm AEST
Box Hill v Geelong, Box Hill City Oval, 2.05pm AEST
Northern Bullants v Richmond, Genis Steel Oval, 2.05pm AEST

rebel VFL Women's fixture, finals W2

Saturday, July 6
Western Bulldogs v Port Melbourne, Whitten Oval, 1pm AEST

Sunday, July 7
Williamstown v North Melbourne, DSV Stadium, 2pm AEST

SANFL fixture, round 13

Sunday, July 7
Central District v Adelaide, X Convenience Oval, 1.10pm ACST
Sturt v South Adelaide, Thomas Farms Oval, 2.10pm ACST
Glenelg v Woodville-West Torrens, Stratarama Stadium, 2.10pm ACST
West Adelaide v Norwood, Hisense Stadium, 2.10pm ACST
North Adelaide v Port Adelaide, Prospect Oval, 2.30pm ACST

WAFL fixture, round 14

Saturday, July 6
Peel Thunder v West Coast, Lane Group Stadium, 12.30pm AWST
Claremont v South Fremantle, Revo Fitness Stadium, 2.10pm AWST
Subiaco v East Perth, Sullivan Logistics Stadium, 2.30pm AWST
Perth v East Fremantle, Mineral Resources Park, 2.30pm AWST
West Perth v Swan Districts, Pentanet Stadium, 2.30pm AWST