Round 6 vs Ringwood
I think the kids are getting used to playing football under blue skies now. Again there was no sign of winter in Ringwood.
The draw sees us playing Ringwood who we hosted at home in Round 4.
Learnings from the last match were evident as the team knew which players would attempt to dominate and ...
Round 5 vs The Basin (Green)
Blue skys and sunshine greeted us today at The Basin where along with the footy we were celebrating Mother’s Day.
Communication and eagerness to be first to the ball was evident from the outset.
A great first half by both teams saw us trailing only marginally at the half time break.
Round 4 vs Ringwood, home.
Another fantastic day for a game of football left us wondering where winter had gone.
Our opposition had only 16 players for today, so, with good sportsmanship, we took the the field with the same number leaving us some bench rotations for the day.
Out of the blocks and within the ...
Round 3 vs Belgrave South, away.
Perfect conditions for a game of football.
The build up to this game was electric.
At training a few days earlier, we discussed how we wanted to play our best game possible and work as a committed team.
Consistency, communication and pressure were going to be our ...
Round 2 vs Rowville, home.
Completely different conditions greeted us today in comparison to lasts weeks winter reminder.
Blue skys, sun and a light breeze brought a smile to the faces of the players and the crowds.
The game today was played mostly in the centre and our back half with our defence putting up a ...
Round 1 vs Upper Ferntree Gully, away.
Today was a tough re-introduction to the game of football after last years Coivd19 interruptions.
Day 1 threw everything at us and the football gods did everything they could to remind us the football is a winter sport.
Constant rain, low temperatures and a ground covered ...