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The reigning champion of the women’s league of the Albury-Wodonga Football Association, St. Pats, will begin her title defense against newcomers Albury Hotspurs on Saturday in Melrose Park. The competition was reduced to five teams in 2021, with Melrose back in the reserve class. ALSO IN SPORT: Cup winner Wangaratta will face Albury United on Sunday at the South Wangaratta Reserve. Boomers say goodbye in round one and face Albury United a week later at Glen Park to kick off their league campaign. In the third round, the 2019 cup final between Wangaratta and St. Pats in the South Wangaratta Reserve will be repeated. Throughout the season, several games were scheduled on the Saturday evening before the senior games. The St Pats-Albury Hotspurs prelude will be played at dusk on Saturday at Melrose Park, before the men of Melrose and Albury City face off against each other after the venue’s lighting was accredited on Thursday. Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:

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The reigning champion of the women’s league of the Albury-Wodonga Football Association, St. Pats, will begin her title defense against newcomers Albury Hotspurs on Saturday in Melrose Park.

The competition was reduced to five teams in 2021, with Melrose back in the reserve class.

Cup winners Wangaratta will face Albury United at South Wangaratta Reserve on Sunday.

Boomers say goodbye in round one and face Albury United a week later at Glen Park to kick off their league campaign.

In the third round, the 2019 cup final between Wangaratta and St. Pats in the South Wangaratta Reserve will be repeated.

Throughout the season, several games were scheduled on the Saturday evening before the senior games.

The St Pats-Albury Hotspurs prelude will be played at dusk on Saturday at Melrose Park, before the men of Melrose and Albury City face off against each other after the venue’s lighting was accredited on Thursday.

Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content: