Hosk wins the Stuckey

Skipper Chris Hosking has won his second Bill Stuckey Trophy, narrowly beating joint runners-up Matt Keown and Josh Cassell. Josh Hunter made it back to back reserves B&Fs when he was joint winner with Chris Le Maitre, whilst Luke Valerio and David Stribley won the Clubbies.

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Reserves Go Back-to-Back!

The Juggernaut broke its 14-year premiership drought last year in convincing style, and just 12 months later they’ve done it again, only this time it was a struggle all day, as we only hit the front for the first time in the match with about a minute to go!!  But like Kiwi in the Melbourne […]

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TG Scanlon Testimonial Dinner

On Friday the 2nd of October the club will hold a testimonial dinner for Terry Scanlon to honour his achievements over thirty years with North Old Boys St Patrick’s College Amateur Football Club. Played 30 games 1976-1978 Assistant Coach 1979 Senior Coach 1981-1984 (A Grade Premiers 1982) Vice President 1985 Chairman of Selectors 2001-2003 President […]

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Renewal Plan for Gillon Oval

Gillon Oval Development plans have been drafted by Moreland City Council for the ground & carpark. It includes paving of the car park, reduction of mounds around the ground and an additional car entrance between the tennis club & Raeburn Reserve.

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President’s Luncheon – 15 August

An excellent turnout of some 45 former players, supporters, administrators from 1963 onwards turned out at the Gillon Oval to hear guest speakers Paul Coghlan and Paul Lacava speak. Tim Purdey (former secretary) introduced the day with a unique explanation of why Secretary’s at the Club keep getting appointed as judges, or was this a […]

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Michael Barker plays game 200!

Michael “Booba” Barker played his 200th game for the club on Saturday. A wonderful achievement by a brilliant and loyal player, Booba true to form kicked 6 to lead the boys to a win.

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Old Rivalries

From www.footyalmanac.com.au Local Footy: All rivalries change, even the very strongest ones by Paul Daffey A few years ago, I was researching a story on rivalries in local footy and I consulted that treasure trove of footy knowledge Rod Gillett for background on Echuca and Rochester. Rocket, who spent part of his childhood in both […]

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