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Joined VAFA: 1962 

Section: Premier C

Years in section: 1

Nickname: Ashes

Ground: Frearson Oval, Monash University, Wellington Road, Clayton. P: 0400 791 135

Women’s/Under 19/Thirds: As above

Colours: Sky blue with white trim, Monash emblem/ – white number; shorts – royal blue; socks – sky.

Secretary: Ella Stephenson M: 0438 700 432 E: [email protected]

President: Andrew Headberry M: 0425 763 999 E: [email protected]

Monash University commenced in the VAFA in 1962 as Monash University, and the club had an immediate impact winning the E Section premiership. The club had ascended to A Section by the 1969 season, but they didn’t manage to claim another flag in doing so. In fact it took Monash, who became Monash Blues a quarter of a century before they claimed their next senior premiership, this time in C Section in 1987. Through this time football at Monash University expanded and Monash Whites came into existence with Monash University taking on the Monash Blues name when Whites entered the competition in 1964. Whites managed one senior (1975) and one Reserve (1972) premiership in their time before they merged with Blues in 2001 to become their Club XVIII side. Blues have produced some fantastic players in their time, but ultimately haven’t been able to endure sustained success in the highest sections. In 2017, they entered a team in the first year of VAFA Women’s, competing in Development Division 1.


Seniors Reserves Thirds U19s Club XVIII
5 8 1 1 1
Premier / A Section: 1972
Premier B / B Section: 1974, 1978
Premier C / C Section: 1987, 2022 1967, 1995 U19 (Blue): 2002
Division 1 / D Section: 1996, 2003 1996, 2002
Division 2 / E Section: 1962 S5: 2018
Division 3 / F Section: 1975* 1972*

*Monash Whites premierships. Monash Whites were a separate club to Monash Blues before they merged in 2001.

Competition Best and Fairest Winners – Senior

B Section / Premier B – GT Moore Medal – 2

C Section / Premier C – LS Zachariah Medal – 5

D Section / Division 1 – LS Pepper Medal – 3

Year Name Section Votes
2022 Macgregor Cameron Premier C 35
2014 Timothy McKenzie Premier C 25
2010 George Smyth Division 1 28
2005 George Smyth C Section
1999 Adam S. Anderson Division 1
1991 James A. Sturgess C Section 23
1989 James A. Sturgess B Section
1986 Andrew J. McGregor D Section 24
1968 David H. Hone B Section 18
1964 Peter J. Robinson C Section 20


Competition Best and Fairest Winners – Club XVIII

Year Name Section Votes
2017 Michael Chapman Section 2 15
2016 Michael Chapman Section 2 17

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