MOCFC Newsletter R5 2016

 

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Match Centre

This Week

Seniors     AWAY   vs. Peninsula 2pm, Peninsula School, Cnr Wooralla Dr & Nepean Hwy, Mt Eliza
Reserves   AWAY   vs. Peninsula 11.40am, Narambi Reserve, Narambi Rd, Mornington 
Under 19s  AWAY   vs. Old Brighton 9.30am, Beach Rd. Oval, Brighton
Colts         HOME   vs. Oakleigh 9.20am, 

**The Reserves are playing at a different ground as our opponents have a ground clash in the morning.
 
**The U19s were originally playing Peninsula this week however the fixture has changed as Old Brighton have been regraded down from U19 Div 2.  



Read down further for last weeks results and reports

Social

Round 6 Aftermatch 14th May.
Come back to the rooms after we play Ormond away in Round 6 for a drink, music and a bit of fun.

Founders Day 4th June.
The club will celebrate  Founders Day with a triple header against Marcellin and the Colts playing De La Salle. There will family activities and a range of other entertainment on the day. Stay tuned. 

Reverse draw raffle 18th June.
The club will soon be releasing tickets for a reverse draw raffle to be held after our home match against Old Camberwell.

Around the club

Photos
R4 photos have been uploaded to the website. 

Chobani Yogurt and Grill'd Partner with Mazenod OCFC
The club is delighted to announce Chobani Yogurt are supplying the club with 100 youghurts per week for player recovery with any left overs for supporters.  The club also has Grill'd vouchers to distribute to best players in teams each week. This weeks Chobani player of the week is Tom McKenna and if you didnt see him live in action Saturday here is a link showing his chase down tackle that got the crowd very excited -  

https://twitter.com/MazenodOCFC/status/727814801783590912






Thursday Night Meals
Last week we had Robyn Riley, Jane Hall and Christine Boyle cooking for the boys under the supervision of Head Chef Chris Boyle. They boys had a great meal and were looking for seconds/thirds/forths. 



This week Sonia Hill, Jayne Byrne and Julie Izon have Souvlakis on the menu. 

R4 Luncheon
Big thanks to Matt Rich for catering our R4 luncheon which was well received by the audience who tasted a great spit roast with a dessert. 

 


Mazenodians
Huge thanks to our community for your support on the club in 2016. It is not too late to join up and show your support and become a club member. If you want to join the Mazenodians please contact Wayne Francis (waynegfrancis@gmail.com / 0447 252 845). The mazenodian lunch will be held in the second half of the season and details TBA. 

Match Review

Match Review Highlights

- Nodders go top with 48-point win over Old Ivanhoe
- Reserves win by a whopping 158
- Under 19s fall 15 points short in top-of-the-table clash
- Colts down by 23 points


 
Match Reviews
 Mazenod faced Old Ivanhoe on Saturday, with both teams entering the match undefeated. The Nodders were on top from the outset, trailing by just five points at quarter time, despite kicking into a 4 to 5 goal breeze.
 
Mazenod attacked relentlessly to open the second, but Old Ivanhoe held firm. However, Kieren McKeogh and Ben Phibbs broke the game open in the middle part of the quarter with two goals apiece and the Nodders took a 35-point lead into the long break.
 
Old Ivanhoe made an impact in the third, reducing the margin to 13 points at the final change. It was enough to give them some confidence at three quarter time, particularly given that they had come from behind to win each of their first three games of the season. Fortunately, Mazenod was up for the challenge and when BOG, Brad Kovac, marked strongly and converted from 45 metres, the flood-gates opened.
 
It was another tough effort from the Nodders who continue to impress with their physical pressure. The usual hard nuts, Steve Welsford, Tim bourbon and Stu Ingliss were brilliant around the stoppages all day, while Tom Mckenna was unbeatable in the one-on-ones. It sets up a huge match against flag favourites, Peninsula, this week.
 
 
Mazenod OC
1.2-8 7.8-50 8.10-58 14.16-100

Old Ivanhoe
2.1-13 2.3-15 6.9-45 7.10-52
 
Goal Kickers: B. Kovac 2, T. Cincotta 2, B. Phibbs 2, K. McKeogh 2, R. McCarthy, L. Welsford, S. Inglis, T. Bourbon, R. Mann, D. Byrne

Best Players: B. Kovac, T. McKenna, T. Bourbon, S. Welsford, N. Thomas, S. Inglis

Reserves
 
The Reserves blew Old Ivanhoe away, winning by 158 points. The forwards had a picnic with Peter Rozanitis kicking 8, and Aaron Taun-Henderson and Jeremy Devlin 4 apiece. Assistant coach, Steve Balloch, named himself BOG.
 
Mazenod OC
10.3-63 15.6-96 22.10-142 26.15-171

Old Ivanhoe
1.0-6 1.1-7 1.1-7 2.1-13

Goal Kickers: P. Rozanitis 8, A. Taun-Henderson 4, J. Devlin 4, J. Egan 3, S. Balloch 2, N. Gentile, T. Odrowaz, L. Riley, N. Peck, J. Sharp

Best Players: S. Balloch, J. White, B. Woods, M. Rice, S. Riley, J. Trounce

Under 19s
 
The Under 19s gave a very good account of themselves in the top-of-the-table clash against Williamstown CYMS, falling by 15 points. Dylan Spooner kicked 3 and shared BOG honours with Aiden Brand-Oliver.

Mazenod
2.5-17 4.7-31 7.13-55 13.13-91
 
Williamstown CYMS
2.3-15 8.5-53 13.5-83 16.10-106
 
Goal Kickers: D. Spooner 3, M. McLellan 2, M. Zogoulas 2, A. Noone 2, S. Deegan, S. Bonacci, J. Murdock, M. D''Angelo

Best Players: A. Brand-Oliver, D. Spooner, M. D''Angelo, S. Deegan, M. McLellan, D. Wiles

 
Colts
 
The Colts were highly competitive gainst De La Salle, but their opponents pulled away in the last quarter to win by 23 points. Tom Riley booted another 3 goals to be amongst the best, but it was Lachy McKenna who shone brightest.
 
De La Salle
1.0-6 4.2-26 7.5-47 11.10-76

Mazenod
1.3-9 3.6-24 4.8-32 7.11-53

 Goal Kickers: T. Riley 3, D. Di Nezza, L. McKenna, S. Connolly, I. Saina

Best Players: L. McKenna, J. Brown, T. Riley, A. Khaiyath, M. Kovac, J. Mountford

 

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