Thinking of a Club Member
Todays match was played in honour of Mick Serena’s father who passed away this weekend. Black arm bands were worn by all players in respect.
One of the best things about Masters footy clubs is mates being around for support of other team mates. Mick - our thoughts and sympathies are with you and your family - if there is anything we can help with just ask.
It was a perfect day for footy today. A very pleasant 16 degrees, with a little cloud cover, and sunny periods, and no wind to ruin our great kicking skills.
By the time the game got going we scraped up to 14 players per team, so as you would imagine it was a fairly open match, plenty of good passages of play, and in this situation, a simple mistake often led to a quick turnover. Thanks to 2 new players today in Stu and Brian for turning up for their first game - they both did really well.
Everyone had a good match, and contributed to their respective team efforts.
Congratulations to Moose, who won his team best, and overall BOG for the match, and also to Harps, who won it for his team. 2 Cockies stubby holders on the way plus a gift voucher for Moose.
The game was played in good spirits, and thank you to peg leg Locko, who Umpired by rotating in a small pivoting circle from the middle of the ground, which allowed someone else to play.
Guys, as a gee up and kind reminder, the best way you can support the club is by turning up for training and games when you can. We were a little light on today.
Support Cav’s efforts at training and on game day. There is a lot of work put in behind the scenes with coaching and also running the club, so every time you turn up it really helps.
Don’t forget Cav has arranged a room at the Labour club for next Wednesdays state of origin night. Hang around after training and join in the fun.
Our next Intraclub game will be in 2 weeks - stay tuned for the Fixtures for the rest of the year - which will be placed on the website and team App very soon.
Thanks to all who came along today,
Sub Coach for the day Jock.