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Update: Bye scheduled for weekend

The AFL has advised all VFL and VFLW Clubs that this weekend’s scheduled matches will not proceed as planned as a result of the five-day lockdown announced by the Victorian State Government this afternoon. The health and safety of the community remains the highest priority, and we acknowledge the role the VFL and VFLW plays…

Bullants triumphant in the Battle of Bell Street

Tynan Smith and Ben Silvagni leave Piranha Park with the Battle of Bell Street Trophy safely in hand. Photo: Nathan McNeill (NWM Media). Written by: Daniel Kelly. The Northern Bullants, after winning the 157th Battle of Bell St against Coburg 12.11 (83) to 12.10 (82) by a solitary point, are accumulating experience of different ways…

Battle of Bell Street: Sunday against Coburg

Josh Fraser addresses his players at Preston City Oval. Photo: Nathan McNeil (NWM Media). The Northern Bullants will be targeting a third win from as many matches when they meet Coburg in the Battle of Bell Street at Piranha Park (Coburg City Oval) on Sunday at 1pm. The fixture for both the VFL competition remains…

Bullants all heart on road to two from two

Glenn Strachan pumps the Bullants into attack. Photo: Nathan McNeil (Nathan William Media). Article: By Daniel Kelly. Phar Lap, Australia’s most iconic racehorse, inspired the nation during the Great Depression when the future seemed unclear, if not bleak. Famously, his heart, now on display at the Australian Institute of Anatomy in Canberra, was around one…

Set for Saturday against Richmond at Preston City Oval

The Northern Bullants will be aiming for two in a row when they take host Richmond at Preston City Oval on Sunday at 1.05pm. The match will be open to a maximum of 1000 spectators with a density quotient of one person per four square metres, in line with the latest health advice. All fans…

Report: Memorable day as Bullants break through

Tynan Smith and Billy Murphy celebrate a goal during the Bullants’ famous win over the Blues. Photo: Nathan McNeill. Match Report: By Daniel Kelly When the history of the Bullants is written, they will keep a few pages aside for this win. Sure, it was noteworthy as the first win of the 2021 season, at…

Confirmed: Sunday’s fixture against Carlton

The Northern Bullants will meet with the club’s former alignment partner Carlton when they continue their 2021 VFL campaign at Preston City Oval on Sunday at 1.05pm. The match will be open to a maximum of 1000 spectators with a density quotient of one person per four square metres, in line with the latest health…

Book tickets to our footy clinics this July

The Northern Bullants will host two huge footy clinics at Preston City Oval next month. Whether you’re a junior player (boys and girls aged between eight and 14 years) or you’re aged between 15 and 18 years and want to take your game to the next level, we have the program that’s just right for…

A fast finish not enough to down Dolphins

Jack Boyd takes to the skies to hold one of the Marks of the Year. Photo: Nathan McNeill (Nathan William Media). Article: By Daniel Kelly. A fast-finishing Bullants side left themselves too much work to do and were defeated by the Frankston Dolphins at Skybus Stadium in a game played under lights, but without fans…

Team selected to take on Frankston

Billy Murphy sends the Bullants into attack during their loss to Werribee. Photo: Nathan McNeill (‎Nathan William Media). The Northern Bullants will resume their VFL season when they take on Frankston at SkyBus Stadium (Frankston Oval) on Friday evening. The match will not be open to spectators, following the announcement by the Victorian State Government…