In the morning I had watched my younger brother play. It was very cold and I am glad mum had my rug cause I was shivering. It was 2C (35.6 F) overnight and there was frost on the grass.
Then in the afternoon we went back to watch my older brother play and it was a little warmer 12C (53.6 F).
The siren starts the game and I wasn't even scared.
Spectators like to sit in their cars around the oval and beep their horns when their team gets a goal.
My brother is a Ruckman. He has to jump very high and tap the ball to his team mates.
I have snuggled next to sister to keep warm.
There is lots of running, kicking and handballing. In our AFL (Australian Football League) which is an Australia wide competition, some footballers run an average of 15 kms (9 miles) during a game. They are extremely fit. Our boys aren't quite in that league but they try hard.
This is my brother knocking the ball out to a team mate.
When a player marks (catches) the ball they get a free kick and you must stand back and not tackle them.
We had a fun day and today we played very well and won the game.
Hurray for my brothers.
I can't wait to go again. Lots of people came and gave me a pat. I had some treats to eat and spent all day with my family. What a great Saturday. See you all soon.
No worries, and love, Stella