2019 Division 2
|Brunswick FC ||7||1||173.35||32|
|Glen Eira ||5||3||118.83||24|
|Yarra Valley OB ||4||4||102.41||20|
|Melbourne High School ||4||4||99.58||20|
|Bulleen Templestowe ||4||4||91.70||20|
|Power House ||1||7||56.41||8|
|Hawthorn Amateurs ||0||8||51.80||4|
| Brunswick FC||2.4-16||6.6-42||9.9-63||10.11-71|
| Yarra Valley OB||0.3-3||0.10-10||4.13-37||7.15-57|
In a tough contest Brunswick NOBs ultimately overcame another finals contender in Yarra Valley OG at Gillon Oval on Saturday, scrapping to a 14-point win to make it seven in-a-row at the half-way mark of the season.
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| Hawthorn Amateurs||3.4-22||5.6-36||6.8-44||7.9-51|
| Brunswick FC||2.3-15||9.7-61||14.9-93||20.14-134|
On Brunswick NOBs' first-ever visit to Rathmines Road Reserve, which is more a quaint cricket ground than a football oval, it was the Snowy Show.
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| Brunswick FC||7.2-44||13.2-80||16.3-99||17.4-106|
| Glen Eira||6.2-38||8.5-53||10.9-69||13.16-94|
Well now, Saturday was an eventful day, wasn’t it? Not only for the obvious upset election result but also the inaugural “Clash of the Gryphons” between Brunswick NOBs and Glen Eira which produced not one but two extraordinary games of footy on a beautiful day at Gillon Oval.
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| Bulleen Templestowe||2.0-12||5.3-33||8.6-54||11.10-76|
| Brunswick FC||6.6-42||13.9-87||19.15-129||22.17-149|
Brunswick NOBs' excellent run of form continued at Ted Ajani Reserve on Saturday as we easily accounted for Bulleen Templestowe by 73 points to move to second on the Division 2 ladder.
In a blistering start, we had 4.5 on the board before the Bullants scored and by early in the second term we were seven goals up.
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| Brunswick FC||6.2-38||10.4-64||14.5-89||19.10-124|
At picturesque Ivanhoe Park on Saturday the improvement in the Brunswick NOBs of 2019 was on display as we produced a solid four-quarter performance to ensure there would be no repeat of our shock loss at that ground last season.
Up against an Ivanhoe side which boasted half-a-dozen very good players, but otherwise did not bat deep, Brunswick was able to dominate possession and ultimately outclass the opposition. The most exciting aspect of the win was the promise of much more improvement to come for this team.
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| Brunswick FC||5.10-40||10.12-72||18.16-124||23.19-157|
| Power House||2.0-12||4.0-24||5.1-31||5.3-33|
For the second game running Brunswick NOBs racked up a huge win in Division 2, this time against an outclassed Power House in the first meeting between the two clubs since 1966 when our club was playing in just its fourth season. Power House battled all day but will likely want to forget their first visit to Gillon Oval.
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| Melbourne High School||2.3-15||4.6-30||6.10-46||7.12-54|
| Brunswick FC||5.4-34||8.5-53||11.5-71||24.9-153|
It may have been 5 years between visits to Melbourne High School for Brunswick NOBs but we showed we still had a strong liking for their postage-stamp sized oval by kicking our highest score (153) and recording our biggest win (99) since our previous outing there (which we won 160-80).
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| Brunswick FC||2.2-14||5.4-34||8.7-55||11.9-75|
Up against a team in Whitefriars who are likely to be the testing material in Division 2 in 2019, Brunswick NOBs were in the game for three quarters but then over-powered in the end on a hot day on a firm surface at Gillon Oval on Saturday.
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