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25
Apr
2017

SENIORS OS: 13.12-90 MB: 9.12-66 Goal Kickers: J. Halsall 4, J. Bull 2, J. Daggian 2, J. Clarke 2, D. Gilbert, J. Sansom, H. Larwill Best Players: H. Larwill, J. Halsall, J. Bull, J. Sansom, J. Tilley, D. Gilbert It was a tale of two halves as the Cards knocked off Monash Blues at McQueen Financial Group Park on Saturday afternoon. The two clubs came together to celebrate the ANZACs, in coordination with the Camberwell RSL. The pre game Ode to the Fallen by the 99 year old war veteran at the ceremony was particularly moving and enabled everyone present at the ground to share in what the RSL want ANZAC da ...

Round 1 Match Reports

10
Apr
2017

1st XVIII V Old Carey Old Scotch FC 15.15-105 Old Carey FC 7.15-57 Goal Kickers: J. Clarke 3, J. Daggian 3, D. Gilbert 2, J. Sansom 2, J. Halsall 2, J. Tilley, D. Di Donato, M. Seed Best Players: J. Clarke, J. Tilley, L. Byrne-Jones, G. van den Broek , C. O'Beirne, A. Jelbart Round One saw the Seniors up against Premier B newcomers Old Carey. Both clubs were coming off very productive off-seasons and for us it was outstanding to welcome 6 new players into the fold. OSFC and Big V Legend Peter Sherwen presented all new players with their jumpers before the game. Pete spoke about his deep affection for the c ...

The Old Scotch reserves headed into Saturday Grand Final against Beaumaris full of confidence on the back of a good week of recovery and training. Having completed a month of Monday recovery sessions and a few extra beach sessions the boys where feeling pretty good on the back of a grueling season. We lost 4 boys from the prelim final due to ineligibility but we were looking at gaining 5 players from the seniors. Plus hopefully Will Strange and Will Carrol from injury. Thanks to the coaches we had done our research on our opposition and new what we had to do to win the premiership. Going into the day we had made ...

Seniors The Cards bold bid to win the Premier B premiership was brought to a crashing halt in a brave preliminary final loss to a pumped up Beaumaris AFC side featuring a couple of recently retired AFL stars by 34 points. The Cards were brave all day, but it was never going to be enough against a Beaumaris outfit that visibly looked, taller, bigger, stronger and faster. The most incredible aspect of the contest was the fact that against all logic, entering time-on in the 3rd quarter, the Scotchies were only a kick down. The Sharks eventually kicked clear as the Scotchies began to wilt after their massive ...

SENIORS   OLD SCOTCH 9.11.65 – MONASH 8.10.58   The seniors ventured out to the pristine Trevor Barker Oval on Sunday to take on one of the best performed sides over the past 10 weeks, Monash Blues in an elimination final. Scotch had built some nice form over the past few weeks, and had regained key players from injury, so confidence was sky high. The message from coach Passador pre-game was to play “Cards footy” for the whole game, as Monash were a team that played hard from the first siren to the last.   The game started fiercely, as all finals do, and was scrappy for the ...

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From the category archives: Match Summary

Match Summaries

Round 2 Match Reports

25
Apr
2017

SENIORS OS: 13.12-90 MB: 9.12-66 Goal Kickers: J. Halsall 4, J. Bull 2, J. Daggian 2, J. Clarke 2, D. Gilbert, J. Sansom, H. Larwill Best Players: H. Larwill, J. Halsall, J. Bull, J. Sansom, J. Tilley, D. Gilbert It was a tale of two halves as the Cards knocked off Monash Blues at McQueen Financial Group Park on Saturday afternoon. The two clubs came together to celebrate the ANZACs, in coordination with the Camberwell RSL. The pre game Ode to the Fallen by the 99 year old war veteran at the ceremony was particularly moving and enabled everyone present at the ground to share in what the RSL want ANZAC da ...

Round 1 Match Reports

10
Apr
2017

1st XVIII V Old Carey Old Scotch FC 15.15-105 Old Carey FC 7.15-57 Goal Kickers: J. Clarke 3, J. Daggian 3, D. Gilbert 2, J. Sansom 2, J. Halsall 2, J. Tilley, D. Di Donato, M. Seed Best Players: J. Clarke, J. Tilley, L. Byrne-Jones, G. van den Broek , C. O'Beirne, A. Jelbart Round One saw the Seniors up against Premier B newcomers Old Carey. Both clubs were coming off very productive off-seasons and for us it was outstanding to welcome 6 new players into the fold. OSFC and Big V Legend Peter Sherwen presented all new players with their jumpers before the game. Pete spoke about his deep affection for the c ...

The Old Scotch reserves headed into Saturday Grand Final against Beaumaris full of confidence on the back of a good week of recovery and training. Having completed a month of Monday recovery sessions and a few extra beach sessions the boys where feeling pretty good on the back of a grueling season. We lost 4 boys from the prelim final due to ineligibility but we were looking at gaining 5 players from the seniors. Plus hopefully Will Strange and Will Carrol from injury. Thanks to the coaches we had done our research on our opposition and new what we had to do to win the premiership. Going into the day we had made ...

Seniors The Cards bold bid to win the Premier B premiership was brought to a crashing halt in a brave preliminary final loss to a pumped up Beaumaris AFC side featuring a couple of recently retired AFL stars by 34 points. The Cards were brave all day, but it was never going to be enough against a Beaumaris outfit that visibly looked, taller, bigger, stronger and faster. The most incredible aspect of the contest was the fact that against all logic, entering time-on in the 3rd quarter, the Scotchies were only a kick down. The Sharks eventually kicked clear as the Scotchies began to wilt after their massive ...

SENIORS   OLD SCOTCH 9.11.65 – MONASH 8.10.58   The seniors ventured out to the pristine Trevor Barker Oval on Sunday to take on one of the best performed sides over the past 10 weeks, Monash Blues in an elimination final. Scotch had built some nice form over the past few weeks, and had regained key players from injury, so confidence was sky high. The message from coach Passador pre-game was to play “Cards footy” for the whole game, as Monash were a team that played hard from the first siren to the last.   The game started fiercely, as all finals do, and was scrappy for the ...

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