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VFL, VFLW double-header details

Sarah on VFLW and Carlton Respects. Sarah Hosking spoke to Carlton Media about the season so far and her involvement in Carlton Respects

FOR the first time this year, it’s a VFLW and VFL double-header at Ikon Park.

With the Blues going back-to-back-to-back today, make sure you get down to support the Carlton VFLW and Northern Blues sides in action.

In preparation for the fourth annual AFL Carlton Respects game tomorrow night, an afternoon out at Ikon Park is the perfect way to start your weekend.

Here’s everything you need to know for the Round 7 VFLW and Round 11 VFL clashes.

MATCH DETAILS

Round 7 VFLW
Carlton v Western Bulldogs
Saturday 15 June
Ikon Park — 10:30am

Round 11 VFL
Northern Blues v Footscray
Saturday 15 June
Ikon Park at 1pm

ENTRY

Entry for the VFLW contest is free up until half-time.

As is the case with all games at Ikon Park, Carlton and/or Northern Blues members can enter the game free of charge.

 

Entry otherwise is $10 for adults or $5 for concession/pensioners. Children aged 15-and-under will receive free entry.

Supporters can enter through Gate 2.

GETTING TO THE GAME

Fans are encouraged to take public transport to the game, with limited street parking available surrounding Princes Park.

The best option when heading to Ikon Park is the No.19 tram from North Coburg to Flinders Street Station, which runs down Royal Parade.

TUNE IN

Both the Carlton VFLW and Northern Blues contests will be live-streamed on VFL live.

Click here for the VFLW live stream.

Click here for the VFL live stream.

Fans can tune in via the VFL app, VFL.com.au or on digital radio via SEN 2 Digital. A full match replay will be available post-match.

TEAM NEWS

Nine AFLW-listed Blues will run out in the first game of the day, including best and fairest winner Madison Prespakis. Fellow first-year players Abbie McKay, Charlotte Wilson and Emerson Woods have also been named to play.

For the Northern Blues, Darcy Lang will return to a side with a heavy Carlton influence. Lang - who comes back after missing last week with a hip injury - could be one of 17 Carlton-listed players to feature from 1pm tomorrow.