MOCFC Newsletter R8 2016

 

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Match Centre

This Week

Seniors     AWAY   vs. Williamstown 2pm
Reserves   AWAY   vs.  Williamstown 11.40am
Under 19s  HOME   vs. Hampton Rovers 11.40am 
Colts         HOME   vs. Aquinas 9.20am 

Congratulations to Lachy McEniry who notches up 50 games this week. 



Read down further for last weeks results and reports

Social

Founders Day 4th June.



Reverse draw raffle Saturday 18th June 7pm.
To be held after our home match against Old Camberwell.

Tickets : $50.
Includes : beer, wine, softdrinks  till 10pm  / BBQ dinner

Tickets will be available at the club or you can reserve a ticket by emailing mazenodfc@gmail.com and EFT funds to the account below. Confirmation email will be sent with your ticket no. and reservation. 

Bendigo Bank BSB : 633-000, Account No. : 119 608 743
Ref : Reverse draw - surname 

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Injuries
A couple of injuries have surfaced around the club but none more disappointing that Jack Campbell who received the news he has a torn ACL requiring surgery. Jack has already overcome a number of injuries to resume his career in 2016 and has established himself in the senior team. Good luck from everyone Jack on a speedy recovery. 



  


Meals
Trina Riley, Sally McCarthy, Ileen & Bryan Thomas got unanimous thumbs up from the players last night in the most recent episode of the Thursday night Masterchef challenge. With lamb & pulled pork rolls served with salad, the applause meter from the players was very strong. Thanks again to the parents for making a great night.  



Bryan Thomas and Peter Fisher supervising Ileen, Trina and Sally

Player of the week


Match Review

Match Review Highlights

- Seniors go 7-0
- Reserves hit the four for the first time
- Under 19s back on the winners list
- Colts win a thriller

Match Reviews
 Seniors

Mazenod (6-0) faced a determined Oakleigh (1-5) on the weekend, and after a tight first half, the Nodders kicked away to win by 33 points.
 
The Nodders were very good kicking with the wind in the first, but Oakleigh’s potent forward line made the most of limited opportunities to keep them within 22 points at the first change. Both teams attacked in the second, with Oakleigh chipping away at the deficit late in the quarter to get within 5 points at the long break.
 
With the game in the balance at the start of the second half, leaders, Tim Bourbon and Rob Mann came to the fore. The defensive effort also lifted with Steve Oldman winning every one-on-one against one of the competition’s leading forwards.
 
A class goal from Damian Byrne late in third gave Mazenod a 29-point lead, which seemed like it might just be enough, but Oakleigh were still very much in the game with the wind at their backs in the last. Fortunately, the Nodders clamped down even harder and actually outscored their opponents against the win to claim a hard-fought win.
 
Brad Kovac continued his outstanding season with two goals and a near-BOG effort. He was only denied by Tim Bourbon, who kicked three goals and looks to be back to the form that saw him win the competition best and fairest in 2013.
 
Mazenod OC
7.5-47  10.6-66  13.14-92  16.15-111

Oakleigh AFC
4.1-25  9.7-61  9.9-63  11.12-78
 
Goal Kickers: T. Bourbon 3, B. Kovac 2, D. Byrne 2, B. Phibbs 2, K. McKeogh 2, J. Hill, T. Riley, S. Inglis, R. Thomas, S. Welsford

Best Players: T. Bourbon, B. Kovac, R. Mann, S. Oldman, K. McKeogh, J. Hill

Reserves
 
The Reserves stormed into the four for the first time in Season 2016 with a convincing 68-point win over Oakleigh. After trailing by 10 points at quarter time, the Nodders kicked 15 goals to 4 for the remainder of the match.
 
Jeremy Devlin made a big impact on his return to the side with 5 goals. Josh White added the 3 votes to his 2 goals while Thomas Odrowaz provided great support all day.
 
Mazenod OC
1.5-11  5.10-40   10.12-72   16.19-115

Oakleigh AFC
3.3-21  3.3-21  4.3-27   7.5-47

Goal Kickers: J. Devlin 5, J. White 2, J. Egan 2, P. Rozanitis 2, J. Walton 2, S. Jones, J. Cetraro, J. Sharp

Best Players: J. White, T. Odrowaz, J. Walton, M. Rice, D. Hayes, J. Devlin


Under 19s
 
The Under 19s returned to form with a 62-point win over Ormond. A brilliant first half was more than enough for the Nodders as they kept themselves in the four. Matt Sier returned to the side after a lengthy stint in the seniors and kicked three goals. Jacob Murdock also kicked three and continues to press for senior selection, but it was Jack Minack who claimed the BOG honour.
 
Mazenod
3.6-24  8.10-58  10.12-72  13.13-91

Ormond
0.1-1  1.1-7  3.2-20  4.5-29
 
Goal Kickers: M. Sier 3, J. Murdock 3, N. Beovich 2, D. Di Nezza 2, B. Gannon, A. Brand-Oliver, T. Patterson

Best Players: J. Minack, T. O''Hara, D. Di Nezza, Z. Prosser, C. Dorio, J. Murdock

Colts
 
The Colts made the long haul trip to Bundoora for a 9.20am match against Old Paradians. Fortunately, they made it worthwhile with a thrilling 2-point win.
 
The Nodders had the better of the opening half and held a 20-point lead at the long break. However, Parade came out firing in the third and cut the margin to four points at the final change. In a tense, low-scoring final quarter, the Nodders did just enough to win and move to 5-2.
 
Sheldon Connolly notched up another BOG while Lachlan McKenna and Arlyn Khaiyath were also very good. James Deegan slotted the winner on the buzzer. 
 
Old Paradians
0.1-1  2.1-13  5.4-34   7.5-47

Mazenod
2.4-16  4.9-33   5.10-40   6.13-49
 
Goal Kickers: A. Theodore 2, I. Saina, N. Nguyen, J. Deegan, L. McKenna

Best Players: S. Connolly, L. McKenna, A. Khaiyath, A. Theodore, J. Taylor, J. Deegan

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