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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:

 



 

        

 
 
   
   
 
   
 
 

 
 
     
 
   

Round 11 Match Reports

Seniors vs Monash Blues Monash Blues 6.4.40 Old Scotch 15.9.99 Goal Kickers: M. Seed 4, J. Aujard 2, S. Lynch 2, J. Sansom 2, L. Hill, J. Bull, D. Gilbert, R. Macdougall, D. Beddison Best Players: J. Sansom, J. Bull, M. Seed, A. Jelbart, C. O''Beirne, A. van Ryn The Cards led at every change to register an impressive 59 point victory against Monash Blues away at Monash University on Saturday. After a four goal to two opening quarter, the Cards never let up with their intensity, firing another four goals in the second term to one to effectively kill off the contest to lead by 38 points at the main ...

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CRACKERS CHRONICLES – PRE-WAR TEAM – RESERVES & COACH

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 FF: Frank Scott Bill Pearson ...

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Round 10 Match Reports

1st XVIII Old Scotch FC - 12.16-88 OldCarey FC - 12.4-76 Goal Kickers: J. Daggian 3, M. van den Broek 2, J. Sansom 2, J. Bull 2, H. Larwill, A. Jelbart, J. Clarke Best Players: C. O'Beirne, M. Wills, S. Lynch, G. van den Broek , D. Gilbert, J. Sansom Old Scotch marked their nostalgia charged return to Scotch College Main Oval with a gutsy 12 point win against a brave Old Carey, who threw everything at the Cards in a hard fought, bruising encounter. The Cards got the jump in the first quarter with a 5 goal term to bound to a 23 point quarter time break. Conor O'Beirne, continuing his recent superlati ...

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Cracker's Chronicles - MANSON RUSSEL’S BEST EVER OSFC TEAM - BACKLINE

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. On 3 May 1994, in the weekly OSCFC Drumsheet newsletter, Manson Russel published his best ever Old Scotch side based on the players that he actually saw play.  On 22 June 2017, I interviewed Manson to confirm his selections. (The era they played is in brackets underneath): FB: Brian Barkway Jim Lillie Don Morone (50-60’s) (40-50’s) (40-50’s) HB: Rob Fuller Mike Perry Dick ...

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Round 9 Match Reports

    U/19 Seniors:   This week the Old Scotch U19’s Firsts took on St Bernards in what would prove to be a big game for our season at our home ground. Looking for a big win that would hopefully steady our season, the boys seemed to be in a great mind set to take on Bernards, knowing that we were in with a huge chance to roll over the top and take the four points after beating them by around three goals last time we met. However from the very beginning of the match the boys seemed to be fairly flat, conceding the first six of seven scoring shots; poor kicking from the St Bernards side, on ...

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CRACKERS CHRONICLES – PRE-WAR TEAM – FORWARDLINE

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 ...

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Round 8 Match Reports

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 ...

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CRACKERS CHRONICLES – PRE-WAR TEAM – CENTRELINE & FOLLOWERS

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& ...

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Round 7 Reports

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 ...

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Cracker's Chronicles - PRE-WAR TEAM – BACKLINE

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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Round 11 Match Reports

Seniors vs Monash Blues Monash Blues 6.4.40 Old Scotch 15.9.99 Goal Kickers: M. Seed 4, J. Aujard 2, S. Lynch 2, J. Sansom 2, L. Hill, J. Bull, D. Gilbert, R. Macdougall, D. Beddison Best Players: J. Sansom, J. Bull, M. Seed, A. Jelbart, C. O''Beirne, A. van Ryn The Cards led at every change to register an impressive 59 point victory against Monash Blues away at Monash University on Saturday. After a four goal to two opening quarter, the Cards never let up with their intensity, firing another four goals in the second term to one to effectively kill off the contest to lead by 38 points at the main ...

Read the rest of entry »

CRACKERS CHRONICLES – PRE-WAR TEAM – RESERVES & COACH

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 FF: Frank Scott Bill Pearson ...

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Round 10 Match Reports

1st XVIII Old Scotch FC - 12.16-88 OldCarey FC - 12.4-76 Goal Kickers: J. Daggian 3, M. van den Broek 2, J. Sansom 2, J. Bull 2, H. Larwill, A. Jelbart, J. Clarke Best Players: C. O'Beirne, M. Wills, S. Lynch, G. van den Broek , D. Gilbert, J. Sansom Old Scotch marked their nostalgia charged return to Scotch College Main Oval with a gutsy 12 point win against a brave Old Carey, who threw everything at the Cards in a hard fought, bruising encounter. The Cards got the jump in the first quarter with a 5 goal term to bound to a 23 point quarter time break. Conor O'Beirne, continuing his recent superlati ...

Read the rest of entry »

Cracker's Chronicles - MANSON RUSSEL’S BEST EVER OSFC TEAM - BACKLINE

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. On 3 May 1994, in the weekly OSCFC Drumsheet newsletter, Manson Russel published his best ever Old Scotch side based on the players that he actually saw play.  On 22 June 2017, I interviewed Manson to confirm his selections. (The era they played is in brackets underneath): FB: Brian Barkway Jim Lillie Don Morone (50-60’s) (40-50’s) (40-50’s) HB: Rob Fuller Mike Perry Dick ...

Read the rest of entry »

Round 9 Match Reports

    U/19 Seniors:   This week the Old Scotch U19’s Firsts took on St Bernards in what would prove to be a big game for our season at our home ground. Looking for a big win that would hopefully steady our season, the boys seemed to be in a great mind set to take on Bernards, knowing that we were in with a huge chance to roll over the top and take the four points after beating them by around three goals last time we met. However from the very beginning of the match the boys seemed to be fairly flat, conceding the first six of seven scoring shots; poor kicking from the St Bernards side, on ...

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CRACKERS CHRONICLES – PRE-WAR TEAM – FORWARDLINE

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 ...

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Round 8 Match Reports

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 ...

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CRACKERS CHRONICLES – PRE-WAR TEAM – CENTRELINE & FOLLOWERS

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& ...

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Round 7 Reports

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 ...

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Cracker's Chronicles - PRE-WAR TEAM – BACKLINE

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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