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Round 15 Match Report

Seniors 21.23.149 defeated North Brunswick 6.4.40 A hamstring injury to Haydn Judge in the warm up meant a late call up for James “Christmas” Reid and he was grabbed out of the 2's song to take up...

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In the short time since we received the devastating news that our mate Tyson Noyes had passed, there has been an incredible outpouring of emotion. Many people will be hurting for a long time. His...

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Vale Tyson Noyes

It is with great sadness that we have to let people know that our wonderful young team mate, Tyson Noyes, has passed away as a result of a tragic accident. Tyson was a skilled, tough, competitive...

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Vale Tony Megens

Tony was one of the largely unseen members of our community.  Went to Aquinas but never played for the Old Collegians, but you could always find him on a Saturday afternoon in winter standing on the...

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Vale John Rogers

John Rogers died 25.6.19 aged 86 John was the Father of premiership captain, 200 game player and life member Craig and grandfather of the Rogers boys who run water and the boundary on match day. Few...

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Life Membership

As per the constitution of the club life membership nominations must be submitted by August 1 to be considered. Nominations can be submitted by any member of the club to secretary@aquinas.com.au 

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Round 8 Match Report

Seniors Aquinas 13.7.85 defeated Parkside 6.9.45 After suffering their first loss of the season against Manningham last round, the Bloods were looking to bounce back and return to the winners list....

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Round 7 Match Report

Womens Aquinas 1.2.8 defeated by Williamstown 6.7.43 After copping a hiding the week before at Therry Penola the girls from Great Ryrie Street had spent the week licking their wounds and preparing...

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Vale John McCafferty

John like many fathers loved to go and watch his son Pat play football for Aquinas. He saw most of Pat’s 180 games, his premierships and was very proud when Pat was made a Life member. Unlike many...

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