Newsletter 26th March 2015

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Newsletter 26th March 2015
NO. 8
THURSDAY MARCH 26TH, 2015
CALENDAR
Friday
Monday
27th March
13th April
Term One Concludes at 2.30pm
Term Two Begins
TERM ONE CONCLUDES TOMORROW AT 2.30PM
What’s Inside:
Principal’s Report
School Accounts
Premier’s Reading Challenge
Christmas Stall Coordinator Needed
Sport Info
Canteen News
Uniform News/Special Uniform Offer
FORPS Info/Easter Results/Class Rep
OSHClub
Footy Tipping
WiseOnes
Community News
Dear families and friends,
What a fantastic term we have had. I would like to
thank everyone for the work they have done to make
term one a huge success. There have been fantastic
learning activities and community events and, all
students, parents and teachers have contributed to a
successful start to the year. As we look forward to term
two we can reflect on all that has happened this term.

A great start for the Preps

New School Council and FORPS committee

New student leaders and Young Leaders
Conference

Harmony Day

FISH Day

Cybersafety presentations

Extra-curricular programs up and running
including: instrumental music, chess club, Big 5
sports, Dance Oz, Wise Ones

Excursions to Cooper’s Settlement

Many Professional Learning events for staff

Parent Helpers Training

Parent/Teacher Interviews

5/6 visits to Macleod College

Special Visitors Days

National Ride to School Day
Enjoy your holiday break and we will see you all
refreshed and ready for term two on April 13th.
ACMA – Online Safety Presentation
Yesterday we had three fantastic sessions with Lesley
from ACMA. In the afternoon, Lesley spoke to all the
students from year’s 3-6, sharing information about
staying safe online, protecting identity and being aware
of scams and threats. Lesley’s presentation took the
place of our staff meeting where we, as teachers,
learned many things about our own personal security
and ways to help our students. The evening parent
session was well attended with many eye opening facts.
We hope that you will continue to work with your
children to ensure that the internet is a positive and safe
place by visiting www.cybersmart.gov.au and
investigating all the fun activities they have available.
REPORT PROCESS FEEDBACK
In 2014 the DEECD (now DET) made changes to the
expectations for reporting to parents. Also, this year the
school is moving to a new provider (Accelerus Light) for
our reporting package software. With this in mind, it is
an ideal time to seek your input to the process. We have
created a survey for you to complete to allow input into
this process. We would like to see as many responses as
possible. The survey should take you no more than 10
minutes and your views will be considered in any
changes we make. Please use the Survey Monkey link
below or alternatively you can pick up a paper copy from
the office or request one via email. We will leave the
survey open until the end of week 1, term 2 so that
everyone has plenty of time to participate.
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RosannaPSReporting
Parents
NEW SMOKING BANS
While smoking was banned on the grounds of all
Victorian Government schools by the Minister for
Education in 2009 via a Ministerial Ban Order, new bans
are enshrined in legislation and will also apply to
Catholic and independent schools in Victoria, thereby
ensuring a consistent approach across the government
and non-government sectors.
From 13 April 2015, smoking will be banned within four
metres of an entrance to all primary and secondary
schools in Victoria, and within the school grounds, under
an amendment to the Tobacco Act 1987. You will see
new, ‘No Smoking’ signs at all entrances to the school
premises which is a legislative requirement. We hope
that these bans continue to create an environment
which is safe for all children, families, staff members
and visitors to RPS.
RIVER REDGUM
You may have noticed a new art work addition to our
school this week. Anna Taifernopoulos, who is a parent
at our school, was commissioned to create an Art piece
and activity for the Banyule Festival this year. Anna’s
piece is a beautiful River Red Gum sculpture which
embraces the use of recycled materials to represent a
native species from the Banyule area. Anna’s activity at
the festival focused on the wishes of children for the
future of our environment. We are very lucky that Anna
has chosen to share her work with us, and the River Red
Gum will be present at school for a period of time during
term 2. In addition to this, Anna has generously offered
to work with our students to support learning in
Environment and Sustainability through Art. We are very
excited to be involved and see the Art work evolve as
the students move forward on this learning journey.
NEW GUITAR TEACHER
As you may be aware, at the end of last year, Michael
Barnes, our guitar teacher moved to full time
employment elsewhere and was no longer able to work
with us. During the course of this term we have been
looking for a suitable replacement for Michael. I am very
pleased to announce that we have found a fantastic new
guitar teacher in Ezekiel Fenn. Ezekiel has had many
years of experience teaching a variety of instruments
both privately and with the Bianca Fenn School of Music.
Ezekiel has a strong passion for education and is keen to
get the guitar program up and running at RPS again in
term two. At this stage we have offered places to
Michael’s students from 2014 first. However, there may
be some spaces for new students. If you have an
interest in enrolling your child in guitar lessons in term
two please let us know by email
[email protected] , or in person at the
office.
END OF TERM ARRANGEMENTS
In keeping with our usual practice, school will finish at
the earlier time of 2.30 p.m. tomorrow, Friday 27th
March. Lunchtime will be from 12.30 to 1.30 p.m.
There will be a whole school assembly in Chandler Hall
at 1:45 p.m. Parents and friends are very welcome to
attend the assembly. The Out of School Hours Care
Program will operate from 2.30 p.m.
SCHOOL RETURNS FOR TERM 2
School commences for term 2 on Monday 13th April.
We will start the term with a whole school assembly.
Heather McIntosh
Principal
School Accounts
The holidays are just about here! If families who have
not paid their Term 1 Activity Charges could finalise
these by the end of the term (tomorrow), it will be
much appreciated!
Families are reminded that there is also a charge for
each student for Essential Educational Items,
approved by the School Council and the
Department, of $125.00 for every child. This charge
covers all the stationery items that the school
provides for every student. Whilst this charge is not
expected to be paid until the end of the year, it is still
expected to be paid at some point. You can
consider paying in instalments, all at once, or any
other combination of payments. It is important that
all families realise their obligation to this partnership
between the school and families to provide quality
education for all.
As ever, if you are experiencing any financial
difficulties, please contact the office to make a
confidential appointment with the principal.
Thankyou,
Julie Smith
Business Manager
STUDENTS OF THE WEEK
Congratulations: Dominique Cloete, Ahmad
Abdulahi, Bobby Carnie, Bruno Sette, Sammy
Wright, Julia Wozniak, Ryan Sharp, Solomon
Shields, Logan Hopkins, Mischa Wicks-Van Braak,
Jenna Calabrese, Sirad Warsame, Brock Ahern,
Nadir Hashi, Luck Paton and all students in 1/2A.
EAL: Sirad Warsame, Bogdan Olenko.
MUSIC: Singing Group Excursion Students.
HOUSE CUP
A win to Red Waratah for week 8.
Yearly Totals: Blue Gum =1; Golden Wattle =2; Red
Waratah =2; Green Grevillea=2.
Literacy News – Book of the Year and
Premier’s Reading Challenge
In term 3, the fantastic Book of the Year competition will
once again be held at Rosanna Primary School. This
biennial competition involves students strengthening
their narrative writing skills through the drafting, editing
and publishing of their very own picture story book. In
past years, the quality of books presented has been
quite amazing, and we are looking forward to seeing
what our students produce in 2015!
Book of the Year is a major literacy event at RPS and, as
such, the decision has been made not to participate as a
school in the 2015 Premier’s Reading Challenge. We
feel that by also making the Premier’s Reading
Challenge a biennial event (alternating with Book of the
Year), we will be able to better focus our resources and
efforts to make both of these events exciting, interesting
and meaningful to student learning.
We encourage students, with the support of their
families, to participate in the 2015 Premier’s Reading
Challenge as home-based readers.
Follow the link to find out more information and the
forms to register:
http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/events/prc/Page
s/childregister.aspx
The Premier’s Reading Challenge will be back, bigger
and better than ever, as a whole-school event in 2016!
Music news:
NEWS
SPORT REPORT:
Rosanna boy’s softball team played Rosanna Golf
Links. We played on the brilliant green oval.
Thankyou Mrs Lambert for your determination to
keep us on top. I received player of the day for my
great pitching.
CAPTAIN:
THEHAN POTHUHERA
On Friday, cricket boys played their final game this
year. Unfortunately we lost. It’s been great to see
all players improve throughout the season. Well
done to Brock and myself for getting player of the
day. Thank you Mr Buckley for coaching us this
year.
CAPTAIN:
CAPTAIN:
MANDOLIN MARRINER
Kelli Lambert
Sports Coordinator
Christmas Stall Coordinator Needed
This year will be my last year at RPS. If anyone (or
maybe a team?) is interested in helping me with the
preparation for the Christmas Stall throughout the year
and learning how it runs, and then take over for 2016,
that would be great! This is another great fundraiser for
the school, especially in these times of ever-tightening
budgets. And best of all, the children absolutely love it!
You can contact me, Deb Colosimo on 0407 945 732.
Uniform News
Please note the uniform shop will be open
on the following day
In term 2, the grade 3 and 4 students will be learning
recorder. I am purchasing a class set, but for
hygiene reasons would prefer that people have their
own instrument to practise on. If you need to
purchase one, I will be taking orders through the
school office in week 1 of term 2. These are for
Yamaha recorders, and cost $8.50.
Jendi Bright
Music Teacher
SPORTS
Well you could feel the excitement in the rounders
team last week. Yes, it was sadly our last game,
but we have learnt so much and had so much fun.
We were determined to put all that into our last
game. Well, it really paid off! Because we came
out with a victorious win! The scores were 10 to
18 our way. It was an amazing game and
everyone did so well. I got player of the day, but it
was such an awesome effort by all. Thank you so
much Miss Taylor, if you hadn’t coached us like
you did we wouldn’t have played so well, you’re
amazing! A big thank you to the rounders team.
I’m sure you’ll all agree this has been an amazing
experience and I can’t wait to see if we made the
finals. Thanks Girls!
ETHAN DONOHUE
•
Wednesday, 22nd April
From 3.00pm – 3.45pm
If above times are not suitable, you can
submit your order to the front office.
Orders will usually come home via your
child(ren).
If you are likely to experience a significant delay in
receiving your order, I will contact you personally.
Please feel free to drop into the uniform shop if you
have any other concerns regarding uniform ordering.
Angela Romas
Uniform Shop Co-ordinator
0417 030 112
CANTEEN NEWS
This week’s grade 6 helpers are Abbey
Hopkins and Zoe Allen, thank you girls for
all your valuable assistance. Many thanks
to the fantastic team of parent volunteers
who have assisted this term. The Term 2
roster will be completed over the holidays
and distributed early in term 2.
The hot cross bun morning tea was a great
success; the children appeared to enjoy
their yummy buns from Baker's Delight in
Rosanna. Many thanks to Nicole Maslin and
Michael Sullivan for providing the buns. A
huge thank you to Nicole Maynard for her
assistance on the day and a huge thank you
to Tianah Wilks-Smith, Zoe Costin, Paige
Minchinton and Grace Thistlethwayte who
were fantastic helpers showing initiative
and maturity.
Don't forget: The canteen will be closed on
the first Monday and every Monday during
terms 2 and 3.
Wishing all families a Happy Easter and a
safe holiday.
Many thanks!
Sharon Hunter
CANTEEN MANAGER
ALL ABOUT FORPS
Friends of Rosanna
Primary School
FORPS AGM
The following committee members for FORPS 2015:
Executive
Co – Presidents – Nicole Maslin and Leah Lazzaro
Vice President- Claire Jones
Secretary – Pam Halbish
Treasurer – Leeanne Hunt
COMMITTEE POSITIONS
•
Banking Coordinator - Carla D’Artista
•
Catering Coordinator – Barb Madrigale
•
Lost Property Coordinator – Emily Ragazzon
and Marina Cathiness
•
Sickbay Coordinator – Barb Madrigale
GENERAL COMMITTEE MEMBERS
•
Jenny Nickless
•
Yoko Takahashi
•
Celeste Watts
•
Pam Petsetas
•
Deb Colosimo
Don’t forget we are looking for class reps ……….
SCHOOL FAIR
It is Fair this year, so a big year for the FORPS
committee who are looking forward to working with
all our school community to make 2015 a great
success
FORPS PARENT CLASS REPS
These volunteers will be the point of contact for all
parents within a class group and will be a liaison
between FORPS and the parents.
They will be responsible for organizing any social
events for the parents within the class or liaising
between the year level(s) to involve the broader
school community.
These can be coffee dates, play dates, parent dinners
and be the point of contact for volunteers for any
FORPS events that require parent help.
If you would like to be the FORPS champion for
your child’s class, please fill out the form in this
newsletter and return to the office.
FORPS COMMITTE CONTACT Nicole Maslin – 0403 230 412
[email protected]
Easter Special Effort 2015
Another Fantastic Year for our Easter Special effort.
Thank you to everyone from the Rosanna Primary
School community for their generous support of the
2015 Easter Special Effort. We managed to raise
$1560.
A big thank you to all the wonderful people who
helped in the weeks leading up to the draw. Thank
you to Yoko Takahashi or helping with the ticket and
money collection and all the FORPS Committee for
collating the ticket books. Thanks to Kelli Lambert
for letting us share her space, Sharon and Julie for
their continued support, students Daniel, Tianah and
Sam for their assistance and all the mums who gave
up their time on Friday morning to wrap the hampers,
Pam Halbish, Leeanne Hunt, Yoko Takahashi, Carla
D’Artista, Clare Jones, Nicole Maslin & Celeste
Watts. Thanks again to Nicole Maslin and Michael
Sullivan for the donation of hot cross bun vouchers
for Bakers Delight and all the bags of hot cross buns
given out to the very grateful volunteers on Friday
morning.
Congratulations to all our prize-winners. Full results
of the draw are listed later in this newsletter.
It has been a pleasure to run this fundraiser for the
last few years and I would encourage someone to
take this on for next year. Interested? Call me on
0409 796 804.
What does it involve??
Jenny Nickless
This year we would like to trial FORPS PARENT
CLASS REPS.
FORPS Easter Special
Effort 2015
CLASS
5/6C
5/6S
5/6T
4/5B
3/4G
3/4S
3/4W
1/2A
1/2R
1/2U
1/2W
1/P V
PP
PW
WINNER
Ella Maynard/Daniel
Nickless
Alice Steele/Zoe
Sharp
Dylan Connolly
Brock Ahern
Braiden Mill
Maggie Caithness
Leah Sullivan
Patrick Jones
Tara Russo
Annie Dellios
Eve Petsetas
Lilly O’Flynn
Oliver Mitchell
Jasper Melideo
At the beginning of the year, many children’s bookings hadn’t
been updated for this term. Can parents please remember to
update your bookings online for term 2? Thank you for your
cooperation.
LAST DAY OF TERM 1:
th
Our last day for this term is on Friday 27 March. We will be
operating an extended service from when the school finishes
at 2:30pm (or after assembly), and until normal time at 6pm.
Book your children in now for a fun afternoon. We’ve got lots
of great activities and games planned for this afternoon.
HOLIDAY CLUBS:
It’s that time of the term, where the school holidays are near.
Why not book your child into one of our exciting Holiday Clubs?
However, we do not run a holiday program at Rosanna
Primary School. OSHClub does run programs at Alphington,
Banyule and Ivanhoe East Primary Schools, which are located in
our geographical area. Please check our website
www.oshclub.com.au for information on what each program
has to offer, and what is available in other locations. There
might even be a club that is near your work place. No matter
what program your child is enrolled in, they will have a great
time! Please note, our excursion and incursion days do get
booked out early, so please book early so you don’t miss out.
When booking into holiday programs, please ensure you enrol
your child online, in the service your child is attending Even if
your child is enrolled at Rosanna P.S, you will still need to enrol
your child online at the Holiday Club you’re booking into. If you
need any assistance, please call our office on (03) 85649000.
TERM 2 – Week 1: Autumn.
Before School/After School Care Program
April
Mon 13th
Tue 14th
Wed 15th
Before Care
Activities
Art & Craft
Leaf stick.
After Care
Activities
Game:
Children’s
choice.
Game:
Giant’s
treasure.
Art and Craft:
Bead
Caterpillars.
Art & Craft:
Autumn Leaf
Collage
Art and
Craft:
Magic leaf
drawing.
Thurs. 16th
Fri 17th
Rosanna OSHClub update!
Hi everyone,
This week, we are celebrating an early Easter. Children have
been enjoying making Easter Eggs out of polystyrene Easter
eggs, and decorating them with our coloured pins. They have
been enjoying making Easter Eggs out of Pipe cleaners and
beads. Children have also been enjoying our games this week,
such as Roll the Egg, Egg and Spoon race, Bird’s nest game and
playing their own sporting games.
As we come to the end of term 1, I would like to thank
everyone for their wonderful support for the service. Both
children and Educators have so much fun together. It has also
been exciting meeting all the new children and their families
this term, and the service is continuing to grow. We would also
wish everyone a safe holiday and a fun Easter!
REMINDERS:
BOOKINGS FOR THE SERVICE:
Before Care
Activities
After Care
Activities
Game:
China Wall
Art and
Craft:
Snowy Owls
Finish up
Friday.
Finish up
Friday
OSHC program phone: 0427 966 146
Co-ordinator: Adam
Assistant:
Fariba
OSHClub Head Office: (03) 85649000
All families must be enrolled to attend the
program, remember this is free!
Please
create
an
account
online
at
www.oshclub.com.au. All bookings and
cancellations can also be managed via your
online account. For on the day bookings,
please contact the Coordinator direct at the
program.
COMMUNITY NEWS
HOLIDAY TENNIS CLINIC
AT ROSANNA TENNIS CLUB
Peter Collins (Club Professional Coach since 1990)
Peter Collins and his team of coaches are offering a two-day clinic at Rosanna Tennis Club during the upcoming school
holidays. These clinics have been ongoing in the area for over 19 years and continue to be very successful.
TUESDAY 31st MARCH – WEDNESDAY 1st APRIL
9.30AM – 2.30PM (both days)
$100 both days
$60 one day
(BBQ Lunch provided on both days)
Peter and his team of coaches will cater for all ages and standards at the clinic
Activities offered include
Professional coaching, hand/eye coordination skill activities, use of a ball machine, match play, fun games and a
round-robin tournament are just some of the activities on offer.
All bookings are to be finalised by Sunday 29th March.
Payment is to be made at the time of enrolments
Hot Shot Programs available NOW
For further information regarding the clinic or Term 2 coaching enquiries please contact Peter
on:
0419 546 007 or [email protected]
Special Uniform Offer
The fleece jacket is offered once each year as a special order item
only.
Red Polar Fleece Jacket including yellow embroided school logo
Price $43.00
If you wish to make a purchase please return the slip below including your
payment, by Friday 30th April.
If you would like to view the jacket a sample will be on display at the
front office.
Angela Romas – Uniform Shop Coordinator (0417 030 112)
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Return by Friday 30th April
I wish to order …………………………… (Quantity) Red Fleece Jacket(s) for my
child(ren) …………………………………….……………………………………………………………………
(Insert name/s and classes)
Size
circle)
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
(please
NB. Only even sizes are offered
Enclosed is my payment of
$…………………………………………….
Signed…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Parent/Guardian Name……………………………………………………………………………….
FORPS Easter Special Effort 2015
RESULTS
FORPS
Special Easter Effort 2009
Congratulations!
PRIZE
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
13th
14th
15th
16th
17th
18th
19th
20th
21st
22nd
Ticket number
+ colour
Black A52
Blue D49
Purple C13
Red C67
Purple A31
Red C100
Blue F63
Blue B21
Orange C55
Blue E55
Purple E56
Red B25
Blue 59
Black E87
Orange C75
Purple D41
Black D70
Purple C54
Red B68
Blue B41
Red F4
Blue C41
NAME
Angus Petroni
Bethany Harris
Ricknage
Onn
Jean Sharrad
Patrick Jones
Helen
Lillian Marriner
Jeanne
William Turner-Dickason
Chiara Melideo
Harrison Dart
Aaron Dimovski
Sara Mill
Clinton Hansen
Inuli Martino
Stephanie Calabrese
Dominique Cloete
Robyn
Carole
Sharryn
Amy Agar
Family Prize
Won by the Ahern Family who sold 200 raffle tickets!
They will be donating their prize to the Austin Hospital’s Children’s’ Ward.
GRADE
4/5B
1/2A
5/6T
3/4C
4/5B
5/6S
PW
3/4W
5/6T
3/4G
4/5B
PP
3/4G
PP
3/4W
5/6C
1/2U
5/6S
FORPS PARENT CLASS REP SHEET
NAME:
____________________________________________________________________________________________
MOBILE: ____________________________________
EMAIL: ________________________________________________
CHILD NAME :
_______________________________________________________________________________________
CHILD GRADE:
______________________________________________________________________________________
(The grade you wish to be class rep for)
FORPS VOLUNTEER SHEETS FOR UPCOMING EVENTS
SCHOOL PHOTO DAY – Thursday 7th May
Tick if you are
available
Contact Name & Number
Session 1 – 9am – 11am
(4 helpers required)
Session 2 – 11.30am –
1.30pm
(4 helpers required)
MOTHER’S DAY STALL SET UP – Thursday 7th May
Tick if you are available
Contact Name & Number
Thurs 7th May 2.30 –
3.30pm
MOTHER’S DAY STALL – Friday 8th May
Tick if you are available
Contact Name & Number
Session 1 – 9.15am – 11am
(5 helpers required)
Session 2 – 11.30am –
1.30pm
(5 helpers required)
If you would like to help with any or all of these activities please let us know, we would love to
hear from you. Also if you have any ideas for events or fundraise’s, we certainly welcome these
too.
FORPS COMMITTE CONTACT Nicole Maslin – 0403 230 412 [email protected]
2015 FORPS FOOTY TIPPING COMPETITION
ALL PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF ROSANNA PRIMARY SCHOOL ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE
IN THE 2015 FOOTY TIPPING COMPETITION!
This is a fun way to watch the Footy Season for all the family!
No skills needed!
RULES OF ENTRY
 PICK THE WINNER OF EVERY MATCH FROM ROUND 1 THROUGH TO ROUND 23 EITHER
BY HIGHLIGHTING OR CROSSING OUT THE TEAM YOU DO NOT WANT.
 MISSED GAMES WILL BE GIVEN HOME TEAM.
 DRAWN GAMES WILL BE GIVEN A POINT EACH.
 THE WINNER WILL BE THE HIGHEST TOTAL OF TIPS AT END OF ROUND 23.
 IF THERE IS A DRAW, THE WINNER WILL BE AWARDED VIA COUNT BACK E.G. HIGHEST
NUMBER OF 9’S, 8’S, and 7’S ETC.
 WINNERS ARE UPDATED WEEKLY AND NOTIFIED BY EMAIL.
 ENTRY FEE IS $20, PAYABLE TO THE SCHOOL OFFICE.
 $10 OF ENTRY FEE IS DONATED TO THE SCHOOL.
 REMAINING $10 WILL BE FOR FIRST PRIZE ONLY, THE AMOUNT TO BE DETERMINED
ONCE ENTRIES ARE CLOSED.
 NO WEEKLY JACKPOTS.
 A PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN TO LAST PLACE!
You have a few different ways to get your entry in
- Return your marked copy to the school office by 27th March (last day of term)
- Scan your entry to [email protected]
- Scan your entry to [email protected]
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED
NO LATER THAN APRIL 2 TO BE IN THE DRAW!!
ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY APRIL 2, 2015
PARENT’S NAME: _______________________________________________________
EMAIL FOR WEEKLY UPDATES: _____________________________________________
CONTACT NO:
_______________________________________________________
2015 TOYOTA AFL PREMIERSHIP SEASON
ROUND1
ROUND 5
ROUND 9
ROUND 13
Thursday, April 2
Carlton vs. Richmond (MCG) (N)
Saturday, April 4
Melbourne vs. Gold Coast SUNS
(MCG)
Sydney Swans vs. Essendon
(ANZ) (T)
Brisbane Lions vs. Collingwood
(G) (N)
Western Bulldogs vs. West Coast
Eagles (ES) (N)
Sunday, April 5
St Kilda vs. GWS GIANTS (ES)
Adelaide Crows vs. North
Melbourne (AO)
Fremantle vs. Port Adelaide (PS)
(T)
Monday, April 6
Hawthorn vs. Geelong Cats
(MCG)
Friday, May 1
Carlton vs. Collingwood (MCG) (N)
Saturday, May 2
Richmond vs. Geelong Cats
(MCG)
Sydney Swans vs. Western
Bulldogs (SCG)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. Brisbane
Lions (MS) (T)
North Melbourne vs. Hawthorn
(ES) (N)
West Coast Eagles vs. GWS
GIANTS (PS) (N)
Sunday, May 3
Melbourne vs. Fremantle (MCG)
St Kilda vs. Essendon (ES)
Adelaide Crows vs. Port Adelaide
(AO) (T)
Friday, May 29
Sydney Swans vs. Carlton (SCG)
(N)
Saturday, May 30
Hawthorn vs. Gold Coast SUNS
(AU)
Melbourne vs. Port Adelaide (TP)
Western Bulldogs vs. GWS
GIANTS (ES) (T)
Richmond vs. Essendon (MCG)
(N)
Adelaide Crows vs. Fremantle
(AO) (N)
Sunday, May 31
Brisbane Lions vs. St Kilda (G)
Collingwood vs. North Melbourne
(MCG)
West Coast Eagles vs. Geelong
Cats (PS) (T)
Thursday, June 25
Fremantle vs. Collingwood (PS)
(N)
Friday, June 26
Sydney Swans vs. Richmond
(SCG) (N)
Saturday, June 27
Hawthorn vs. Essendon (MCG)
Brisbane Lions vs. Adelaide Crows
(G) (T)
St Kilda vs. Western Bulldogs (ES)
(N)
Sunday, June 28
Carlton vs. Gold Coast SUNS (ES)
BYES: Geelong Cats, GWS
GIANTS,
Melbourne, North Melbourne, Port
Adelaide,
West Coast Eagles
Friday, May 8
Collingwood vs. Geelong Cats
(MCG) (N)
Saturday, May 9
North Melbourne vs. Richmond
(BA)
Western Bulldogs vs. St Kilda (ES)
GWS GIANTS vs. Hawthorn (SP)
(T)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. Adelaide
Crows (MS) (T)
Melbourne vs. Sydney Swans
(MCG) (N)
Fremantle vs. Essendon (PS) (N)
Sunday, May 10
Carlton vs. Brisbane Lions (ES)
Port Adelaide vs. West Coast
Eagles (AO) (T)
ROUND 10
ROUND 14
Friday, June 5
Fremantle vs. Richmond (PS) (N)
Saturday, June 6
Carlton vs. Adelaide Crows (MCG)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. Sydney
Swans (MS) (T)
Essendon vs. Geelong Cats (ES)
(N)
Port Adelaide vs. Western
Bulldogs (AO) (N)
Sunday, June 7
GWS GIANTS vs. Brisbane Lions
(SP)
North Melbourne vs. West Coast
Eagles (BA)
St Kilda vs. Hawthorn (ES) (T)
Monday, June 8
ROUND 7
Melbourne vs. Collingwood (MCG)
Thursday, July 2
Sydney Swans vs. Port Adelaide
(SCG) (N)
Friday, July 3
Collingwood vs. Hawthorn (MCG)
(N)
Saturday, July 4
Richmond vs. GWS GIANTS
(MCG)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. North
Melbourne (MS) (T)
Western Bulldogs vs. Carlton (ES)
(N)
Melbourne vs. West Coast Eagles
(TIO) (N)
Sunday, July 5
Essendon vs. St Kilda (ES)
Adelaide Crows vs. Geelong Cats
(AO)
Fremantle vs. Brisbane Lions (PS)
(T)
ROUND 2
Friday, April 10
West Coast Eagles vs. Carlton
(PS) (N)
Saturday, April 11
Richmond vs. Western Bulldogs
(MCG)
GWS GIANTS vs. Melbourne (SO)
Collingwood vs. Adelaide Crows
(ES) (T)
Port Adelaide vs. Sydney Swans
(AO) (N)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. St Kilda
(MS) (N)
Sunday, April 12
Geelong Cats vs. Fremantle (SS)
Essendon vs. Hawthorn (MCG)
North Melbourne vs. Brisbane
Lions (ES) (T)
ROUND 3
Friday, April 17
Collingwood vs. St Kilda (MCG)
(N)
Saturday, April 18
Carlton vs. Essendon (MCG)
Adelaide Crows vs. Melbourne
(AO)
Sydney Swans vs. GWS GIANTS
(SCG) (T)
North Melbourne vs. Port Adelaide
(ES) (N)
Brisbane Lions vs. Richmond (G)
(N)
Sunday, April 19
Hawthorn vs. Western Bulldogs
(AU)
Geelong Cats vs. Gold Coast
SUNS (SS)
West Coast Eagles vs. Fremantle
(PS) (T)
ROUND 4
Friday, April 24
Richmond vs. Melbourne (MCG)
(N)
Saturday, April 25
St Kilda vs. Carlton (WS)
Essendon vs. Collingwood (MCG)
GWS GIANTS vs. Gold Coast
SUNS (SO) (T)
Port Adelaide vs. Hawthorn (AO)
(N)
Fremantle vs. Sydney Swans (PS)
(N)
Sunday, April 26
Brisbane Lions vs. West Coast
Eagles (G)
Geelong Cats vs. North Melbourne
(SS)
Western Bulldogs vs. Adelaide
Crows (ES) (T)
ROUND 6
Friday, May 15
Essendon vs. North Melbourne
(ES) (N)
Saturday, May 16
Adelaide Crows vs. St Kilda (AO)
Hawthorn vs. Melbourne (MCG)
Carlton vs. GWS GIANTS (ES) (T)
Sydney Swans vs. Geelong Cats
(ANZ) (N)
West Coast Eagles vs. Gold Coast
SUNS (PS) (N)
Sunday, May 17
Western Bulldogs vs. Fremantle
(ES)
Richmond vs. Collingwood (MCG)
Brisbane Lions vs. Port Adelaide
(G) (T)
ROUND 8
Friday, May 22
Geelong Cats vs. Carlton (ES) (N)
Saturday, May 23
St Kilda vs. West Coast Eagles
(ES)
GWS GIANTS vs. Adelaide Crows
(SP)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. Collingwood
(MS) (T)
Hawthorn vs. Sydney Swans
(MCG) (N)
Fremantle vs. North Melbourne
(PS) (N)
Sunday, May 24
Essendon vs. Brisbane Lions (ES)
Melbourne vs. Western Bulldogs
(MCG)
Port Adelaide vs. Richmond (AO)
(T)
ROUND 11
Friday, June 12
Port Adelaide vs. Geelong Cats
(AO) (N)
Saturday, June 13
Gold Coast SUNS vs. Fremantle
(MS)
West Coast Eagles vs. Essendon
(PS) (T)
North Melbourne vs. Sydney
Swans (ES) (N)
Sunday, June 14
Collingwood vs. GWS GIANTS
(MCG)
St Kilda vs. Melbourne (ES) (T)
BYES: Adelaide Crows, Brisbane
Lions, Carlton,
Hawthorn, Richmond, Western
Bulldogs
ROUND 12
Thursday, June 18
Adelaide Crows vs. Hawthorn
(AO) (N)
Friday, June 19
Richmond vs. West Coast Eagles
(MCG) (N)
Saturday, June 20
Carlton vs. Port Adelaide (MCG)
GWS GIANTS vs. North
Melbourne (SP) (T)
Western Bulldogs vs. Brisbane
Lions (ES) (N)
Sunday, June 21
Geelong Cats vs. Melbourne (SS)
BYES: Collingwood, Essendon,
Fremantle,
Gold Coast SUNS, St Kilda,
Sydney Swans
ROUND 15
Thursday, July 9
Port Adelaide vs. Collingwood
(AO) (N)
Friday, July 10
Richmond vs. Carlton (MCG) (N)
Saturday, July 11
Essendon vs. Melbourne (MCG)
Western Bulldogs vs. Gold Coast
SUNS (CS) (T)
North Melbourne vs. Geelong Cats
(ES) (N)
West Coast Eagles vs. Adelaide
Crows (PS) (N)
Sunday, July 12
GWS GIANTS vs. St Kilda (SP)
Hawthorn vs. Fremantle (AU)
Brisbane Lions vs. Sydney Swans
(G) (T)
ROUND 16
Friday, July 17
North Melbourne vs. Essendon
(ES) (N)
Saturday, July 18
Geelong Cats vs. Western
Bulldogs (SS)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. GWS
GIANTS (MS)
Collingwood vs. West Coast
Eagles (ES) (T)
Sydney Swans vs. Hawthorn
(ANZ) (N)
Fremantle vs. Carlton (PS) (N)
Sunday, July 19
Melbourne vs. Brisbane Lions
(MCG)
Port Adelaide vs. Adelaide Crows
(AO)
St Kilda vs. Richmond (ES) (T)
ROUND 17
Friday, July 24
Carlton vs. Hawthorn (ES) (N)
Saturday, July 25
GWS GIANTS vs. Geelong Cats
(SO)
Adelaide Crows vs. Gold Coast
SUNS (AO)
Richmond vs. Fremantle (MCG)
(T)
Essendon vs. Port Adelaide (ES)
(N)
Brisbane Lions vs. North
Melbourne (G) (N)
Sunday, July 26
Western Bulldogs vs. Collingwood
(ES)
Melbourne vs. St Kilda (MCG)
West Coast Eagles vs. Sydney
Swans (PS) (T)
ROUND 18
Friday, July 31
Hawthorn vs. Richmond (MCG)
(N)
Saturday, August 1
Geelong Cats vs. Brisbane Lions
(SS)
Collingwood vs. Melbourne (MCG)
Sydney Swans vs. Adelaide Crows
(SCG) (T)
Carlton vs. North Melbourne (ES)
(N)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. West Coast
Eagles (MS) (N)
Sunday, August 2
Port Adelaide vs. St Kilda (AO)
Essendon vs. Western Bulldogs
(ES)
Fremantle vs. GWS GIANTS (PS)
(T)
ROUND 19
Friday, August 7
Adelaide Crows vs. Richmond
(AO) (N)
Saturday, August 8
Collingwood vs. Carlton (MCG)
Western Bulldogs vs. Port
Adelaide (ES)
Brisbane Lions vs. Gold Coast
SUNS (G) (T)
West Coast Eagles vs. Hawthorn
(PS) (N)
Geelong Cats vs. Sydney Swans
(SS) (N)
Sunday, August 9
Melbourne vs. North Melbourne
(MCG)
GWS GIANTS vs. Essendon (SP)
St Kilda vs. Fremantle (ES) (T)
ROUND 20
Friday, August 14
Sydney Swans vs. Collingwood
(SCG) (N)
Saturday, August 15
Essendon vs. Adelaide Crows
(ES)
North Melbourne vs. St Kilda (BA)
Port Adelaide vs. GWS GIANTS
(AO) (T)
Geelong Cats vs. Hawthorn
(MCG) (N)
Brisbane Lions vs. Carlton (G) (N)
Sunday, August 16
Richmond vs. Gold Coast SUNS
(MCG)
Western Bulldogs vs. Melbourne
(ES)
Fremantle vs. West Coast Eagles
(PS) (T)
ROUND 21
Friday, August 21
Hawthorn vs. Port Adelaide (ES)
(N)
Saturday, August 22
Collingwood vs. Richmond (MCG)
GWS GIANTS vs. Sydney Swans
(SP)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. Essendon
(MS) (T)
St Kilda vs. Geelong Cats (ES) (N)
Adelaide Crows vs. Brisbane Lions
(AO) (N)
Sunday, August 23
North Melbourne vs. Fremantle
(ES)
Carlton vs. Melbourne (MCG)
West Coast Eagles vs. Western
Bulldogs (PS) (T)
ROUND 22
Friday, August 28
Geelong Cats vs. Collingwood
(MCG) (N)
Saturday, August 29
GWS GIANTS vs. Carlton (SP)
Hawthorn vs. Brisbane Lions (AU)
North Melbourne vs. Western
Bulldogs (ES) (T)
Essendon vs. Richmond (MCG)
(N)
Gold Coast SUNS vs. Port
Adelaide (MS) (N)
Sunday, August 30
Adelaide Crows vs. West Coast
Eagles (AO)
St Kilda vs. Sydney Swans (ES)
Fremantle vs. Melbourne (PS) (T)
ROUND 23
Friday, September 4Sunday, September 6
Hawthorn vs. Carlton (MCG)
Geelong Cats vs. Adelaide Crows
(SS)
Richmond vs. North Melbourne
(ES)
Port Adelaide vs. Fremantle (AO)
Collingwood vs. Essendon (MCG)
Sydney Swans vs. Gold Coast
SUNS (SCG)
Melbourne vs. GWS GIANTS (ES)
West Coast Eagles vs. St Kilda
(PS)
Brisbane Lions vs. Western
Bulldogs (G)
September 11-13
Week One – Qualifying &
Elimination Finals (4)
September 18 & 19
Week Two – Semi-Finals (2)
September 25 & 26
Week Three – Preliminary Finals
(2)
October 3
Week Four – Toyota AFL Grand
Final
(T) Twilight match; (N) Night
match; (ANZ) ANZ Stadium,
Sydney; (AO) Adelaide Oval; (AU)
Aurora Stadium, Launceston; (BA)
Blundstone Arena, Hobart; (CS)
Cazalys Stadium, Cairns; (ES)
Etihad Stadium,
Melbourne; (G) The Gabba,
Brisbane; (MCG) Melbourne
Cricket Ground; (MS) Metricon
Stadium, Gold Coast; (PS)
Patersons Stadium, Perth; (SCG)
Sydney Cricket Ground; (SO)
StarTrack Oval, Canberra;
(SP) Spotless Stadium, Sydney;
(SS) Simonds Stadium, Geelong;
(TIO) TIO Stadium, Darwin; (TP)
TIO Traeger Park, Alice Springs;
(WS) Westpac Stadium,
Wellington NZ.

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