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Sponsors form an integral part of the TEAM at the Old Scotch Football Club. We are continually developing our sponsorship program to create sustainable and mutually beneficial relationships with businesses and organisations connected with the club and the local community.

 We have a number of tiered sponsorship packages that provide varying degrees of networking, branding and promotional opportunities together with the potential for business/branding exposure through the large OSFC network, marketing opportunities and direct access to our membership and playing group.

 We would be very happy to explain our sponsorship packages and the ways in which you or your business may benefit from an association with OSFC. Please contact our Sponsorship Manager, Steve Bull on 0418 149 050 or steve@38southboatsales.com.au

 

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THIRDS GRAND FINALS

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our Thirds teams. In 1961, the club founded a third senior team to afford players that failed to attain selection in either our Reserves or Under 19s teams the chance to play football. From 1961 – 1970, the team operated on a predominantly informal social basis.  The annual fixture consisted of games against APS and other school teams, plus other VAFA clubs.  However, in 1971 the Old Scotch Collegians Football C ...

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Seniors Preliminary Final Match Report

The Scotchies won their way through to the Premier B Grand Final next week versus Old Brighton after a heart stopping extra time victory over St Bernards at Trevor Barker Oval on Saturday in blustery conditions. Winning the toss, the Cards elected to kick with what was thought to be a four goal breeze. The Cards started well, but the goals were hard to come by. The Cards score of 3.7-25 was disappointing enough, but allowing the Snow Dogs two crucial goals against the breeze to lead by 11 points at the first change. The second quarter was attritional football that resembled hand to hand combat at times as b ...

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Cracker's Chronicles - SENIORS GRAND FINALS

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our Seniors teams. The club was established in 1921 and is the sixth oldest continuous member club of the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA).   The club first played in 1921 and in the 96 years from 1921 to 2017 has appeared in 21 Seniors Grand Finals, winning 12 and losing 9: 1923 Captained and coached by Clive “Cocky” Heatley Jnr.  Best & Fairest Cocky Heatley Old Scotch 17.11.113 ...

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Crackers Chronicles - RESERVES GRAND FINALS

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our Reserves teams. In 1958, the club founded a second senior team to afford players who failed to attain selection in our senior team the chance to play football.  Following a meeting between six interested clubs, Old Scotch, Ivanhoe, Old Caulfield Grammarians, Old Xaverians, Old Paradians and Old Melburnians, it was decided to institute a premiership 2nds competition with an organised draw.  The matches would be curtai ...

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MATCH REPORTS - Semi Finals

  SENIORS vs Old Brighton Grammarians @ Box Hill City Oval   Old Brighton: 11.6.72 Old Scotch: 7.7.49   Goal Kickers: J. Halsall 3, S. Lynch, A. Jelbart, J. Aujard, J. Hurley Best Players: J. Aujard, A. Franetic, A. Jelbart, G. van den Broek , W. Carrington, J. Bull   After a very strong 15-win season the Old Scotch senior side approached the challenge that had been awaiting them for the last month of the home and away season, a second semi final versus Old Brighton. With so much on the line, advancement to premier division and a spot in the grand final, the feeling before the game w ...

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Match Reports

Seniors v Parkdale Parkdale: 9.10.64 Old Scotch: 14.15.99   Goal Kickers: J. Clarke 3, H. Larwill 2, J. Daggian 2, G. van den Broek 2, J. Bull 2, L. Hill, M. Seed, D. Gilbert Best Players: J. Bull, J. Sansom, A. Jelbart, J. Clarke, W. Carrington, T. McKinley     With finals a week away, the Old Scotch senior side had one last opportunity to fine tune their skills in preparation for a big few weeks ahead. With a few very important inclusions, the Cards came out of the blocks strongly with a 4 goal 8 behind first term. Jono Daggian and Jordan Clarke were focal point ...

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Premiership Glory for third XVIII immortals!

The third XVIII put an emphatic full stop to their season with a comprehensive 10 goal premiership win against De La Salle on Sunday morning at Elsternwick Park. It was awesome seeing so many members of the club at the ground to support the boys. The history books shall forever record…   Old Scotch coached by Paul Gregor & Terry “Crackers” Kendell, and captained by John Stavris (who unfortunately due to injury did not play) 10.16.76 has defeated De La Salle 2.6.18 at 9:20am on Sunday 3 September 2017 at Elsternwick Park to win only our third premiership and first Thirds p ...

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THIRD XVIII PREMIERSHIPS 1971, 1995 & 2017

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our lesser known players. To celebrate the success on Sunday of our Thirds winning the 2017 Premier B Thirds Section premiership, I thought we should recount some of the history of our Social/Warriors/Club XVIII/Thirds. In 1961, the club founded a third senior team to afford players that failed to attain selection in either our Reserves or Under 19s teams the chance to play football. From 1961 – 1970, the team operated o ...

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2017 RESERVE TEAM OF THE CENTURY – INTERCHANGE & COACH

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players. Back on 5 August 2000, at a dinner to celebrate our club’s 80th anniversary, the club announced its “Team of the Century”.  However, that was seventeen years ago and unfortunately a number of more recent players missed out on selection.  Hec Ingram’s Best Team, previously reported, covered our best players before World War II, while Manson Russel’s Best Team covered the ...

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Round 16 Results

Old Scotch: 17.17.119 Fitzroy: 9.6.60   Goal Kickers: J. Daggian 3, L. Hill 2, J. Sansom 2, C. O''Beirne 2, J. Clarke 2, D. Gilbert 2, T. McKinley, J. Bull, L. Strathmore, M. Martin Best Players: C. O''Beirne, J. Bull, L. Hill, J. Sansom, H. Calway, T. Macmillan   The Cards have continued their wonderful season, as they triumphed by 59 points over a dogged Fitzroy who are desperate to avoid relegation. Jono Daggian has entertained all comers with his weekly brand of wizardry and sleight of hand. On Saturday he finished with 3 goals, while Hill, Sansom, O'Beirne, Clarke and Gilbe ...

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THIRDS GRAND FINALS

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our Thirds teams. In 1961, the club founded a third senior team to afford players that failed to attain selection in either our Reserves or Under 19s teams the chance to play football. From 1961 – 1970, the team operated on a predominantly informal social basis.  The annual fixture consisted of games against APS and other school teams, plus other VAFA clubs.  However, in 1971 the Old Scotch Collegians Football C ...

Read the rest of entry »

Seniors Preliminary Final Match Report

The Scotchies won their way through to the Premier B Grand Final next week versus Old Brighton after a heart stopping extra time victory over St Bernards at Trevor Barker Oval on Saturday in blustery conditions. Winning the toss, the Cards elected to kick with what was thought to be a four goal breeze. The Cards started well, but the goals were hard to come by. The Cards score of 3.7-25 was disappointing enough, but allowing the Snow Dogs two crucial goals against the breeze to lead by 11 points at the first change. The second quarter was attritional football that resembled hand to hand combat at times as b ...

Read the rest of entry »

Cracker's Chronicles - SENIORS GRAND FINALS

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our Seniors teams. The club was established in 1921 and is the sixth oldest continuous member club of the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA).   The club first played in 1921 and in the 96 years from 1921 to 2017 has appeared in 21 Seniors Grand Finals, winning 12 and losing 9: 1923 Captained and coached by Clive “Cocky” Heatley Jnr.  Best & Fairest Cocky Heatley Old Scotch 17.11.113 ...

Read the rest of entry »

Crackers Chronicles - RESERVES GRAND FINALS

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our Reserves teams. In 1958, the club founded a second senior team to afford players who failed to attain selection in our senior team the chance to play football.  Following a meeting between six interested clubs, Old Scotch, Ivanhoe, Old Caulfield Grammarians, Old Xaverians, Old Paradians and Old Melburnians, it was decided to institute a premiership 2nds competition with an organised draw.  The matches would be curtai ...

Read the rest of entry »

MATCH REPORTS - Semi Finals

  SENIORS vs Old Brighton Grammarians @ Box Hill City Oval   Old Brighton: 11.6.72 Old Scotch: 7.7.49   Goal Kickers: J. Halsall 3, S. Lynch, A. Jelbart, J. Aujard, J. Hurley Best Players: J. Aujard, A. Franetic, A. Jelbart, G. van den Broek , W. Carrington, J. Bull   After a very strong 15-win season the Old Scotch senior side approached the challenge that had been awaiting them for the last month of the home and away season, a second semi final versus Old Brighton. With so much on the line, advancement to premier division and a spot in the grand final, the feeling before the game w ...

Read the rest of entry »

Match Reports

Seniors v Parkdale Parkdale: 9.10.64 Old Scotch: 14.15.99   Goal Kickers: J. Clarke 3, H. Larwill 2, J. Daggian 2, G. van den Broek 2, J. Bull 2, L. Hill, M. Seed, D. Gilbert Best Players: J. Bull, J. Sansom, A. Jelbart, J. Clarke, W. Carrington, T. McKinley     With finals a week away, the Old Scotch senior side had one last opportunity to fine tune their skills in preparation for a big few weeks ahead. With a few very important inclusions, the Cards came out of the blocks strongly with a 4 goal 8 behind first term. Jono Daggian and Jordan Clarke were focal point ...

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Premiership Glory for third XVIII immortals!

The third XVIII put an emphatic full stop to their season with a comprehensive 10 goal premiership win against De La Salle on Sunday morning at Elsternwick Park. It was awesome seeing so many members of the club at the ground to support the boys. The history books shall forever record…   Old Scotch coached by Paul Gregor & Terry “Crackers” Kendell, and captained by John Stavris (who unfortunately due to injury did not play) 10.16.76 has defeated De La Salle 2.6.18 at 9:20am on Sunday 3 September 2017 at Elsternwick Park to win only our third premiership and first Thirds p ...

Read the rest of entry »

THIRD XVIII PREMIERSHIPS 1971, 1995 & 2017

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our lesser known players. To celebrate the success on Sunday of our Thirds winning the 2017 Premier B Thirds Section premiership, I thought we should recount some of the history of our Social/Warriors/Club XVIII/Thirds. In 1961, the club founded a third senior team to afford players that failed to attain selection in either our Reserves or Under 19s teams the chance to play football. From 1961 – 1970, the team operated o ...

Read the rest of entry »

2017 RESERVE TEAM OF THE CENTURY – INTERCHANGE & COACH

Welcome back to “Crackers Chronicles”.  This week we will trace some of the history of the Old Scotch Football Club by recounting the contributions made by some of our greatest players. Back on 5 August 2000, at a dinner to celebrate our club’s 80th anniversary, the club announced its “Team of the Century”.  However, that was seventeen years ago and unfortunately a number of more recent players missed out on selection.  Hec Ingram’s Best Team, previously reported, covered our best players before World War II, while Manson Russel’s Best Team covered the ...

Read the rest of entry »

Round 16 Results

Old Scotch: 17.17.119 Fitzroy: 9.6.60   Goal Kickers: J. Daggian 3, L. Hill 2, J. Sansom 2, C. O''Beirne 2, J. Clarke 2, D. Gilbert 2, T. McKinley, J. Bull, L. Strathmore, M. Martin Best Players: C. O''Beirne, J. Bull, L. Hill, J. Sansom, H. Calway, T. Macmillan   The Cards have continued their wonderful season, as they triumphed by 59 points over a dogged Fitzroy who are desperate to avoid relegation. Jono Daggian has entertained all comers with his weekly brand of wizardry and sleight of hand. On Saturday he finished with 3 goals, while Hill, Sansom, O'Beirne, Clarke and Gilbe ...

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