After the Bye last week, both sides were keen to get back out on the park, particularly with a large crowd for both teams.
An 8 point loss in arctic conditions put the freeze on the reserves 1 game winning streak.
The boys went down 5.11 41 to 7.7 49. Nick Spencer kicking 3 on return and looking like he enjoyed Europe.
Seniors won 10.12 72 v 4.8.32 thanks to a combined 5 goals from Jai Perrett and Zac …
Great day at the club yesterday, well done to all involved in getting the Past Players & Supporters luncheon together.
Following on from the success of last years gathering, yesterday was a great opportunity to reconnect with so many past associates of the club ranging from many different eras!
Looking forward to next years luncheon which will feature the 20 year reunion of the 1996 Senior/Reserves premiership double.
The club was saddened by the passing on Sunday of our foundation President, Barry Cuskelly.
Barry served as President from 1981-83 and was a tireless worker in leading and getting the club up and running. This huge task was accomplished in a mere 2-3 months!
In addition to being a major contributor to the clubs early success, Barry’s stated goals for the clubs survival were ; Flood lights on the bottom oval , Joining the VAFA, separate training and social …
“Theme – 1994 Reserves Grand Final”
All past and present supporters, sponsors, players and officials are invited to attend our annual luncheon to celebrate and reminisce on bygone years.
This is a reunion which you must not miss. Get on board and hear the story that you may have missed about that final quarter at Box Hill City Oval!
When Saturday 4th July (v Glen Eira FC)
Where Aquinas College – O’Driscoll Room
Time 11.30am for 12.00 …
Round 4 Wrap Up
We travelled out to JT Packer Park in Carnegie to play Glen Eira who were thus far winless in season 2015. Skipper Lachy Barnes got off to the perfect start winning the toss and deciding to kick with a 2-3 goal wind to the club room end. Whether it was this advantage or the fact that we came to play for perhaps the first time for the year is unknown but at quarter time we were …
After a terrific opening game and win in Round 2 against UHS-VU the club was looking forward to recently promoted D4 premiers West Brunswick at home. The game didn’t exactly start as planned with the Magpies racing out of the blocks and controlling much of the first quarter. Luckily for us though they only managed to kick 2.7.19 for the quarter against our 1.1.7.…