Yarrawonga Chronicle

GF Local fans ready for

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There were plenty of red and blue, and red, white and blue colours when two families got together at Yarrawonga College P-12 last week.

Members of the Pendergast family, Mum Belinda and sons Ned, Mac and Darby are excited about this Saturday’s grand-final in Perth.

“I’ve supported the Demons since I met my husband twenty years ago,” Year 3 college teacher Mrs Pendergast told the Yarrawonga Chronicle.

“My husband Scott couldn’t be here for this photograph but he’s so passionate about the Demons.

“We’re all excited and believe we’ve got a good chance.” Mum Sari Hunt has been following the Western Bulldogs since she was just six months old. “I just picked up this Bulldogs’ football off the shelf, when I was in Wonthaggi and barracked for them ever since,” she recalled.

Two members of the Hunt household don’t barrack for the Bulldogs. But Mrs Hunt is a strong supporter of the team she believes will win its third VFL/AFL flag. Her children looked magnificen­t in the colours of the Australian Flag. More page 3 and page 24.

 ??  ?? At Yarrawonga College P-12, Western Bulldogs’ fans Shari Hunt with her three children Axton 5, Avainnah 3 and two-month-old baby Zahlia, and Demons’ supporters Belinda Pendergast with her three sons, Year 12 Ned, Year 10 Mac and Year 9 Darby are all confident their team will win.
At Yarrawonga College P-12, Western Bulldogs’ fans Shari Hunt with her three children Axton 5, Avainnah 3 and two-month-old baby Zahlia, and Demons’ supporters Belinda Pendergast with her three sons, Year 12 Ned, Year 10 Mac and Year 9 Darby are all confident their team will win.
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