Fixtures locked in for Mid West Leagues as GNFL mulls possible changes

Jake Santa MariaGeraldton Guardian
Cervantes were premiers across the league, reserves and little league grand ginals
Camera IconCervantes were premiers across the league, reserves and little league grand ginals Credit: Supplied

As summer has officially come to a close attention quickly turns to winter sports, with the countdown to the footy season on and the Mid West leagues finalising their fixtures in the past week.

As is the case for the North Midlands and Central Midlands Coastal leagues footy fixtures also provide the fixtures for the netball and hockey leagues.

Central Midlands have had their fixtures in place since the end of last year with defending champions Cervantes facing Dandaragan and Lancelin playing Moora in round one on April 22.

Cervantes will meet Moora in a grand final rematch in round two with the Tiger Sharks heavy favourites to add a 21st flag to their collection.

North Midlands released their fixtures last week with reigning premiers Coorow Latham getting their quest for a three-peat underway against Morawa with round one scheduled for April 29.

Bulldogs will play Three Springs and runners up Carnamah will play Dongara before a grand final rematch against Coorow follows in round two.

Both leagues have maintained a 15-round season.

The Great Northern Football League is still yet to release its fixtures with some ongoing debate on whether the season will be reduced to 12 games per team from 14, meaning each team will play each other twice as opposed to the current mix.

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