Round 7 2016 – Hawthorn

The trip down the road to the home of local rivals Hawthorn didn't go as planned on the weekend, with both teams feeling the force of strong and well drilled Hawks outfits. The seniors were right in the game until Hawthorn kicked away in the third quarter, while the reserves had a huge challenge ahead of them taking on the ladder leaders.
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Round 6 2016

Saturday saw the Cobra’s return to the Snake Pit after a few weeks away, and while Mother Nature did her best putting on a fantastic day weather wise, our boys weren’t able to get the job done against the strong teams of Glen Eira. The seniors fought it out in a see-sawing game in which the lead swapped many times, though ultimately went down by 13 points. The reserves on the other hand were up against it from early on as injuries struck, and at one point were down to 16 fit men on the field, the final margin of 142 certainly not reflecting the improved effort that was put in on the day.

A big thank you to all the ladies that made it down on Saturday to the annual ladies day, a great day was had by all in attendance. Thanks also to those that had a hand in organising the day, especially Kate Kletzmayr who worked tirelessly in making sure the day ran smoothly.
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Fletchers offer

As they did last season, Fletchers Canterbury are back on board this year as a sponsor of the club. As such, they’ve put together an offer through director Tim Heavyside, for anyone who’s considering selling their home, which can be viewed here. Even if you’re buying, Tim and the team at Fletchers will certainly be able to assist you, get in contact with them today!

Round 5 2016

The Cobra’s tasted defeat in both grades on Saturday, the first time that’s happened since the club was promoted to D3. It was the Aquinas Bloods that inflicted the defeats on a day where a heavy breeze saw one end of the ground favoured, the margin being 33 points in the seniors and 92 in the reserves.

Love Pollo loves the Cobras!

Another club sponsor, Love Pollo, have also created an offer specifically for the Cobras. Until the end of the month, you can score yourself a family feast consisting of a whole chicken, crunchy family-sized chips, and a large salad, for just $29.90, a 25% discount on the regular price. Simply print this flyer and present it at either their Camberwell or Victoria Gardens store to redeem.
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Ladies day 2016

The club is holding our annual ladies day on Saturday 14th May, and we’d like to extend an invitation to all ladies around our club, whether it be wives, girlfriends, sisters, mums or friends. We understand the effort it takes to get the men out on the field every week and we know that the ladies in their lives are usually responsible!

So please come along to our ladies luncheon that kicks off at midday, which will be filled with sweet treats and champagne on arrival. Tickets are just $30 which covers food and drinks during lunch. There will be games, prizes, and you can leave with a new coat of shellac on your nails. To book your place, please contact the club.

Round 4 2016

On Saturday the Cobras ventured just down the road to St James Park in Hawthorn to take on local rivals in Swinburne University. The seniors were very lucky to get over the line by 3 points, courtesy of Mitch Szabo kicking a goal with about a minute left on the clock. The reserves had another tough day on the field, and were outplayed all game by the Razorbacks.
 

Free beer at Grill’d!

Grill’d have become an official VAFA partner, and as part of their agreement have implemented a loyalty system for all VAFA clubs. Once signed up, when you order a burger and swipe your loyalty card, you’ll receive a free Coopers! The club also receives additional Coopers products based on the amount of times club members take advantage of the offer. Members must sign up before this Friday, 6th May, by clicking this link. This offer is valid at all Grill’d locations.

Also happening at Grill’d Camberwell for the month of May is Local Footy Matters. When a customer makes a purchase, they’ll be given a token that needs to be placed in a clubs jar – we’re up against Old Scotch and Old Camberwell. Though we don’t play them on field we can hopefully beat them in this, head down to Grill’d Camberwell to support the club!

 

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Ladies game on May 7th @ Aquinas

As part of the increasing development and progression of females participating in the AFL and Community Football, the VAFA has requested that all clubs hold a ladies game against their opposition in round 5. This match will take place between the reserves and senior matches. If numbers permit, the league would love to see a full match played, though they're also happy to see an AFL 9's game played.

We’ve had some interest from some ladies around the club to take part in a game, if you know anyone else that would like to get involved, please get in touch with the club.

Unfortunately due to a lack of numbers, this game has had to be cancelled.

Round 3 2016

Another week at the Snake Pit saw another victory in the seniors, though the final margin of 4 points was much closer than that of previous weeks. In the reserves, an unrelenting UHS-VU side played a solid 4 quarter game and had the Cobras well beaten across the ground, running out easy winners.

Congratulations to club president BJ Lashbrook who played his 100th game for the club on Saturday.
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Round 2 2016

It was good to be back at the Snake Pit last week as we hosted Powerhouse, as well as unfurled the premiership flags that were won last season. While the reserves were unable to get the result as they came up against a well drilled Powerhouse outfit, the seniors were able to take the points in a fantastic match, with that keeping top spot on the D3 ladder.

A big thanks to all of the past players & supporters that made it down on Saturday, a great day was had by all. Thanks also to all that were involved in the organisation of the day, in particular James Nicolas & Leigh Nelson.
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Round 1 2016

The Cobras travelled out to Pitcher Park on Saturday to take on our 2015 D4 rivals in Parkside and came away with two wins. The seniors won by a huge 107 points, and at the end of the reserves game the margin was 38 points in our favour.

 

Reserves

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Parkside 2.1-13 2.2-14 4.3-27 6.4-40
Canterbury 4.1-25 5.1-31 10.8-68 11.12-78

Goal Kickers: S. Woodward 3, B. Robertson 3, A. Szabo 2, H. Lee, C. Reid, M. Kirk
Best Players: B. Robertson, S. Strater, D. Reeves, A. Stals, B. Lashbrook, S. Woodward
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