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Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players from before World War II.   Before he died in 1998, Hec Ingram shared with me his team of the greatest players to play for the Old Scotch Collegians Football Club in the 1920s and 1930s:   FB: Henry Francis Rob Coutts Neil Corke   HB: Neil Law Alex Sloan Charles Chapman   C: Alex Guild Cocky Heatley (Capt) Gavin Paterson (VC)   HF: Clive Fergie (DVC) Ewen Davidson Gordon Law &n ...

Round 8 Match Reports

08
Jun
2017

Seniors OSFC: 9.10-64 Old Brighton: 9.10-64 Goal Kickers: J. Sansom 4, J. Bull 2, J. Tilley, S. Lynch, C. Melville Best Players: J. Sansom, G. van den Broek , W. Carrington, J. Bull, J. Hurley, C. O''Beirne The clash against ladder leaders Old Brighton at McQueen Park started slowly for both teams before the visitors took ascendency. A few cheap goals courtesy of OSFC errors was telling. Down by twenty odd at quarter time, we needed to lift if we were to make something of the game. While the ensuing second and third quarters were goal for goal, the cards were kept at arm’s length, leading by a similar ...

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players from before World War II.   Before he died in 1998, Hec Ingram shared with me his team of the greatest players to play for the Old Scotch Collegians Football Club in the 1920s and 1930s:   FB:    Henry Francis        Rob Coutts        Neil Corke   HB:    Neil Law        Alex Sloan& ...

Round 7 Reports

01
Jun
2017

Seniors OSFC: 13.11-89 St.Bernards: 13.14-92   Goal Kickers: H. Larwill 4, J. Sansom 3, H. Hooper, J. Clarke, T. Kerr, G. van den Broek , J. Bull, J. Halsall Best Players: H. Hooper, J. Sansom, L. Byrne-Jones, M. Seed, H. Larwill, J. Bull   St Bernard’s came from 15 points down at the last break to pinch a three-point victory over Old Scotch with just seconds remaining on the clock. A six-goal to three fourth term led the Snow Dogs to their first win in three weeks. Harry Larwill (four) was the main recipient in front of goal for Old Scotch, who fell to their first loss of th ...

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players from before World War II.   Before he died in 1998, Hec Ingram shared with me his team of the greatest players to play for the Old Scotch Collegians Football Club in the 1920s and 1930s:   FB: Harold Francis Bob Coutts Neil Corke   HB: Neil Law Alex Sloan Charles Chapman   C: Alex Guild Cocky Heatley (Capt) Gavin Paterson (VC)   HF: Clive Fergie (DVC) Ewen Davidson Gordon Law ...

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Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players from before World War II.   Before he died in 1998, Hec Ingram shared with me his team of the greatest players to play for the Old Scotch Collegians Football Club in the 1920s and 1930s:   FB: Henry Francis Rob Coutts Neil Corke   HB: Neil Law Alex Sloan Charles Chapman   C: Alex Guild Cocky Heatley (Capt) Gavin Paterson (VC)   HF: Clive Fergie (DVC) Ewen Davidson Gordon Law &n ...

Round 8 Match Reports

08
Jun
2017

Seniors OSFC: 9.10-64 Old Brighton: 9.10-64 Goal Kickers: J. Sansom 4, J. Bull 2, J. Tilley, S. Lynch, C. Melville Best Players: J. Sansom, G. van den Broek , W. Carrington, J. Bull, J. Hurley, C. O''Beirne The clash against ladder leaders Old Brighton at McQueen Park started slowly for both teams before the visitors took ascendency. A few cheap goals courtesy of OSFC errors was telling. Down by twenty odd at quarter time, we needed to lift if we were to make something of the game. While the ensuing second and third quarters were goal for goal, the cards were kept at arm’s length, leading by a similar ...

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players from before World War II.   Before he died in 1998, Hec Ingram shared with me his team of the greatest players to play for the Old Scotch Collegians Football Club in the 1920s and 1930s:   FB:    Henry Francis        Rob Coutts        Neil Corke   HB:    Neil Law        Alex Sloan& ...

Round 7 Reports

01
Jun
2017

Seniors OSFC: 13.11-89 St.Bernards: 13.14-92   Goal Kickers: H. Larwill 4, J. Sansom 3, H. Hooper, J. Clarke, T. Kerr, G. van den Broek , J. Bull, J. Halsall Best Players: H. Hooper, J. Sansom, L. Byrne-Jones, M. Seed, H. Larwill, J. Bull   St Bernard’s came from 15 points down at the last break to pinch a three-point victory over Old Scotch with just seconds remaining on the clock. A six-goal to three fourth term led the Snow Dogs to their first win in three weeks. Harry Larwill (four) was the main recipient in front of goal for Old Scotch, who fell to their first loss of th ...

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players from before World War II.   Before he died in 1998, Hec Ingram shared with me his team of the greatest players to play for the Old Scotch Collegians Football Club in the 1920s and 1930s:   FB: Harold Francis Bob Coutts Neil Corke   HB: Neil Law Alex Sloan Charles Chapman   C: Alex Guild Cocky Heatley (Capt) Gavin Paterson (VC)   HF: Clive Fergie (DVC) Ewen Davidson Gordon Law ...

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