Buy 140th Celebration Tickets Online

Tickets for this fantastic event are now available online via ‘Try booking’.  Just click on the link below. BUY TICKETS  

A Gala Night Planned for our 140th Birthday!

Our great club played its first game of football on Saturday June 14th 1879 against the Chillwell 2nds. The side, captained by Cuddy, was unfortunately defeated six goals to two. Other games followed that year against East Geelong, Artillery, and Wanderers, with a draw against Artillery the best result. It seems incredible that this was […]

Player Membership now available online

Once again this year our player memberships for juniors and seniors will be done online via Sports TG Pulse. Existing players should  have received an email from us in early February, with a link to the membership page.  If you don’t receive one don’t worry, you can use the link on this website under the […]

Sponsorship Opportunities

We would like to once again offer local businesses the opportunity to partner with our club as a sponsor for Season 2019.  Our club has made some significant changes on and off field for 2019 with new coaches and a new committee, and we believe the year ahead will be an exciting one for players, […]

Major sponsor – Mortimers

Our club is most appreciative of the support of long term sponsor Mortimer Petroleum, who are now our ground naming rights sponsor.  We thank David, Chris and their families (particularly their parents Lex and Norma) for their years of work and support for our club.

Major Sponsor – Leura Park, Jack Rabbit, Flying Brick

Our club is pleased to have a relationship with this leading hospitality group which also incorporates Jack Rabbit Wines and the Flying Brick cider House.

Junior Registration – click below to get started

The club has been busy over the last few weeks registering junior players for 2015.  We had heaps of kids and parents turn up to our inaugural Sign Up and Family Fun Day, however the system was hamstrung a little by the need for parents to process the registrations themselves online, which relied on successfully receiving an email […]