@The TrUth (sounds more like that old tabloid paper than anything close to facts),
Just for your information, the Supercats women's team isn’t flush with ridiculous investment, most of the girls just wanted to play under a good coach with international experience and some will soon move onto college so this has been a stepping stone season for them and they have been happy to pay for very little in financial rewards.
When you say Geelong has always spent big on their roster and make statements like 'but this year’s ladies roster would have to be far and away the most expensive in the league’ you are only expressing an opinion I hope, because that is not factual.
The only thing you got right is that both Bendigo and Geelong have added significant talent to their squads. I wouldn’t know what Bendigo has paid for their roster, so I am not going to comment on their potential spend, I do however challenge your knowledge on the subject of financial payments because I am willing to bet you have no clue!
As for the rest of your post about the fact that both teams play in a preliminary final and one will not make it to the final, so that exposes one program to serious questions, what the hell are you on mate?
Bendigo lost a semi-final game and now have to play the team that went through by winning, that’s the draw and that’s how it works, of course one team will lose and one will win - both teams have performed to their level this season, calling it a monumental failure if one gets knocked out this weekend proves nothing, the fact is that in every season, only one team can win it all regardless...