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GENERAL SPONSORSHIP


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

 

The Old Scotch Football Club would like to acknowledge its sponsors:

 



 

        

 
 
   
   
 
   
 
 

 
 
     
 
   

Womens Training

Women’s Football training commencing after Christmas.   All ability levels welcomed!   6:00pm for a 6:15pm start starting February 7th and continuing every Monday and Wednesday at Scotch College.   The training  ground is right on Glenferrie Rd accessed via the Monash Drive gates on Glenferrie Rd. (Note you enter Scotch College at the Monash Drive gates)   Also extra running and skills sessions are taking place at Princes Park on Saturdays starting from February 10th. 8 15am meet for an 8:30am start.   Please contact Ryan Duke for further information.   du ...

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Womens Training

Women’s Football training commencing after Christmas.   All ability levels welcomed!   6:00pm for a 6:15pm start starting February 7th and continuing every Monday and Wednesday at Scotch College.   The training  ground is right on Glenferrie Rd accessed via the Monash Drive gates on Glenferrie Rd. (Note you enter Scotch College at the Monash Drive gates)   Also extra running and skills sessions are taking place at Princes Park on Saturdays starting from February 10th. 8 15am meet for an 8:30am start.   Please contact Ryan Duke for further information.   du ...

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January Training

Happy New Year to all! The boys are back training at Scotch College on the 22nd of January at the Scotch Lowers at 6:30pm.

Girls starting date to be confirmed.

Old Scotch Stars - Preseason Training!

The Old Scotch Stars is official!  Supported by the Old Scotch Football Club, MLC, Camberwell Sharks and others in the community we welcome you down to pre-season training.   Whether you are a seasoned player or fresh to the game, come and enjoy great facilities and access great coaching. Ryan Duke is the team’s inaugural coach. Ryan can be contacted on (M) 0400024936 and (E) dukera@mlc.vic.edu.au Please pass these details on to as many girls as possible and spread the word!     Training Dates: Old Scotch Stars   Scotch College, Hawthorn: Meares Oval   Monday No ...

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​OLD SCOTCH STARS APPOINT INAUGURAL WOMEN'S COACH​

​Following the exciting news of OSFC's plans to enter a Women's team in the VAFA in 2018, the club is thrilled to announce the appointment of our Senior Women's ​Coach, Ryan Duke.   Ryan has a decorated background in Women's AFL, where he founded and developed the football program at MLC.   During this time as MLC Senior Coach his teams have won the GSV Premiership in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, and twice been Herald Sun Shield ​State Champions, and twice Runners Up.​   ​Ryan and his football department are cu ...

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Best and Fairest Results

Seniors 106 – Jack Bull 95 – James Sansom 59 – Gene Van Den Broek 58 – Conor O’Beirne 39 – Harry Larwill 34 – Jordan Clarke 27 – Andrew Jelbart 20 – Lachie Hill 19 – Lachlan Byrne-Jones 18 – Will Carrington 18 – Matt Seed Reserves 55 – Sam Neil 41 – Ben Hays 36 – Charlie Long 33 – Joe Couch 33 – Ed Furey 32 – Henry Dick 26 – James Long 26 – Charlie Millar 26 – Max Wills 25 – Sean Leith 25 – Rob Macdougall Thirds 20 – Harry McCal ...

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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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Womens Training

Women’s Football training commencing after Christmas.   All ability levels welcomed!   6:00pm for a 6:15pm start starting February 7th and continuing every Monday and Wednesday at Scotch College.   The training  ground is right on Glenferrie Rd accessed via the Monash Drive gates on Glenferrie Rd. (Note you enter Scotch College at the Monash Drive gates)   Also extra running and skills sessions are taking place at Princes Park on Saturdays starting from February 10th. 8 15am meet for an 8:30am start.   Please contact Ryan Duke for further information.   du ...

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Womens Training

Women’s Football training commencing after Christmas.   All ability levels welcomed!   6:00pm for a 6:15pm start starting February 7th and continuing every Monday and Wednesday at Scotch College.   The training  ground is right on Glenferrie Rd accessed via the Monash Drive gates on Glenferrie Rd. (Note you enter Scotch College at the Monash Drive gates)   Also extra running and skills sessions are taking place at Princes Park on Saturdays starting from February 10th. 8 15am meet for an 8:30am start.   Please contact Ryan Duke for further information.   du ...

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January Training

Happy New Year to all! The boys are back training at Scotch College on the 22nd of January at the Scotch Lowers at 6:30pm.

Girls starting date to be confirmed.

Old Scotch Stars - Preseason Training!

The Old Scotch Stars is official!  Supported by the Old Scotch Football Club, MLC, Camberwell Sharks and others in the community we welcome you down to pre-season training.   Whether you are a seasoned player or fresh to the game, come and enjoy great facilities and access great coaching. Ryan Duke is the team’s inaugural coach. Ryan can be contacted on (M) 0400024936 and (E) dukera@mlc.vic.edu.au Please pass these details on to as many girls as possible and spread the word!     Training Dates: Old Scotch Stars   Scotch College, Hawthorn: Meares Oval   Monday No ...

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​OLD SCOTCH STARS APPOINT INAUGURAL WOMEN'S COACH​

​Following the exciting news of OSFC's plans to enter a Women's team in the VAFA in 2018, the club is thrilled to announce the appointment of our Senior Women's ​Coach, Ryan Duke.   Ryan has a decorated background in Women's AFL, where he founded and developed the football program at MLC.   During this time as MLC Senior Coach his teams have won the GSV Premiership in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, and twice been Herald Sun Shield ​State Champions, and twice Runners Up.​   ​Ryan and his football department are cu ...

Read the rest of entry »

Best and Fairest Results

Seniors 106 – Jack Bull 95 – James Sansom 59 – Gene Van Den Broek 58 – Conor O’Beirne 39 – Harry Larwill 34 – Jordan Clarke 27 – Andrew Jelbart 20 – Lachie Hill 19 – Lachlan Byrne-Jones 18 – Will Carrington 18 – Matt Seed Reserves 55 – Sam Neil 41 – Ben Hays 36 – Charlie Long 33 – Joe Couch 33 – Ed Furey 32 – Henry Dick 26 – James Long 26 – Charlie Millar 26 – Max Wills 25 – Sean Leith 25 – Rob Macdougall Thirds 20 – Harry McCal ...

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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 »

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