WHAT YOUR CLUB SAID THIS WEEK

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De La Salle match report after their 36 point win over Old Brighton
A great day for the Club, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the 1984 “A” Grade Premiership, arguably the clubs best ever team. The day’s events were overshadowed by the death of John Bolt, a Club stalwart and champion bloke, who was recruited as treasurer to our committee in 1984 has been a constant ever since. [Read more] Old Xaverians match report after their 14 point win over St Bedes/Mentone Tigers
It may not have been our best performance for the year but it was good enough to get the win, the points, and to move up a spot on the ladder.The day got off to a disappointing start with St Bedes / Mentone unable to field a team in the Reserves. With a match day lunch yesterday it was an unusual sight to see an empty ground when guests arrived. Xavs started well in the first quarter and had 2 goals on the board in the first 8 minutes. From there St Bedes lifted and made the most of their opportunities. At the first break the Tigers led by 11 points. [Read more] Old Scotch match report after their 42 point win over St Bernards 
Old Scotch today continued their excellent late season form by overpowering competition powerhouse and premiership favourites, St Bernards, by 42 points in a high quality encounter at K2 Stadium in perfect football conditions. Cards full forward Mark Passador in the middle of a late season purple patch, bagged seven majors to be adjudged by some observers to be best player on the ground for the Scotchies as the Cards lead from first quarter to last to take the honours. [Read more]  St Kevins match report after their 32 point win over Mazenod
St Kevin’s has almost secured its place in the finals with a terrific 32 point win over Mazenod on Saturday.  SKOB led at every change, its seven goal second term setting up the victory. Harf’s men sit in fourth spot one game clear and plenty of percentage clear of Ajax with one round remaining. Edler statesmen Ben Dowd & Jason Salopek SKOB’s best. [Read more] 
Old Ivanhoe match report after their 63 point win over Caulfield Grammarians
Old Ivanhoe with the chance to save relegation came to play from the opening bounce. Hayden Heta led from the front and Joel Macdonald and Adrian Delmonte were dangerous up forward but it was the back line that were outstanding. Sam Geilings, Dean Heta and Sam Armstrong were well on top holding Caulfield goalless in the first quarter. [Read more] University Blues match report after their 56 point win over AJAX
With the morning fog clearing to reveal bright sunshine, Saturday 16 August was an auspicious day. Club stalwart Tom ‘Tommy G’ ‘The Surgeon’ Girdwood pulled on the boots for the 200th time, becoming only the sixth player in the club’s history to do so. The Pavvy hosted the final supporters’ lunch for the year, celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the Blues’ return to A-Grade in 1994. The Seniors and Reserves preserved their unbeaten home record for 2014, cementing the Uni Main as a tough outing for any away team. And the Seniors’ 56-point win over AJAX capped off a stellar day, with the club taking home the points in all five outings for the first time in 2014. [Read more] Hampton Rovers match report after their 40 point win over Oakleigh
Hampton Rovers defeated arch-rivals Oakleigh by 40 points in the final home game of the season, maintaining second position on the ladder with one round remaining.In perfect conditions at Boss James Reserve, a strong crowd was on hand to witness the latest instalment of the rivalry that has grown over recent years. As always it was a fierce contest with players from both sides going in hard. It was all on the line for the Krushers who needed to win to keep their finals hopes alive. [Read more]  Williamstown match report after their 121 point win over Prahran Assumption
In near perfect conditions for football Williamstown produced its best performance of the year with a resounding win over Prahran. Luke Molan bagged 8 goals, Jack Gray 5 goals and Ben Gray 4 goals all having a day out up forward. That is now the standard for the rest of the year. [Read more] St Mary’s Salesian match report after their 106 point win over South Melbourne Districts
A light mist was present throughout the afternoon with occasional bursts of sunshine. Ground conditions were good and there was no wind whatsoever. However, pretty chilly for the spectators. In the opening stanza SMS kicked to the AJAX end. For the first time in recent weeks it was a game of open and attacking football with few packs or stoppages. Consequently, both teams were able to make successful forward thrusts and have some success during the term. Tom Whittle kicked the opening major with an educated kick from right half forward which rolled through. Jos Op’t Hoog (playing at half forward) added another, as did James Rogers and Ben Andrews.  [Read more]