2018 presentation night

Our annual presentation night was held on Thursday night at MCC Kew where the votes for the final six rounds of the season were revealed in each team.

Congratulations to Sam Murphy, BJ Lashbrook and Loz Rinaldi who took out the B&F in the seniors, reserves and womens grades respectively.

As well as the B&Fs, The following club and team awards were also presented:

Life membership: Clayton Skate, Michael Harper
Presidents award: Peter Haggar
Best clubperson award: Sean Woodward
Team managers award: Luke Venditti


B&F: Loz Rindali
Runner up: Tash Schiller
Leadership award: Jacqui Edwards
Best clubwoman: Pippa Simon
Best first year player: Tash Schiller


B&F: Sam Murphy
Runner up: Alex Wheeler
Leadership award: Sean Hanrahan
Coaches award: Nathan Walden
Goalkicking: Marty Astbury (35)


B&F: BJ Lashbrook
Runner up: Jayden Collins
Leadership award: Daniel Sharp
Coaches award: Jeremy Price

A big thanks to all who came, and also to MCC Kew for hosting us for the evening.

Congratulations to all award winners!

Rd 18 Men – Glen Eira


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Canterbury Football Club 4.2-26 9.6-60 11.8-74 12.12-84
Glen Eira 1.2-8 2.3-15 9.6-60 13.8-86

Goal Kickers: N. Szabo 4, R. Murray 3, M. Astbury 3, J. Dear 2
Best Players: S. Hanrahan, N. Szabo, M. Astbury, S. Murphy, A. Wheeler, C. Skate

The final home and away fixture saw the Gryphons come over to the snake pit. The first encounter between the two sides saw a tight tussle with the Gryphons coming over the top late in the game. We had planned well for this week and if the result was to go our way it may be finals bound.

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Rd 17 Men – Swinburne


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Swinburne University AFC 4.3-27 10.8-68 15.12-102 17.14-116
Canterbury Football Club 2.4-16 4.6-30 4.8-32 12.12-84

Goal Kickers: R. Murray 5, J. Dear 2, C. Skate, J. Tomas, S. Murphy, R. Walmsley, A. Wheeler
Best Players: A. Wheeler, R. Walmsley, R. Murray, J. Dear, S. Hanrahan, R. Goodwin

Taking on Swinburne away would be everything on the line for both clubs. A win would be right in the mix for top four and the loser would have a mighty task to get in.

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Rd 14 Women – Therry Penola | Rd 15 Men – Westbourne


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Canterbury Football Club 1.1-7 2.1-13 2.1-13 2.1-13
Therry Penola 2.2-14 4.4-28 5.5-35 5.7-37

Goal Kickers: N. Schiller, M. Henschke
Best Players: L. Rinaldi, A. Milne, A. Payne, K. Lucarelli, E. Harris, A. Dyer

And like that, the last home and away game for the season was upon the squad.

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Rd 13 Women – Ivanhoe | Rd 14 Men – Richmond


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Ivanhoe 1.3-9 2.3-15 4.4-28 4.10-34
Canterbury Football Club 0.0 0.1-1 0.1-1 1.3-9

Goal Kickers: A. Dyer
Best Players: L. Rinaldi, P. Simon, M. Spillane, L. Nunn, A. Payne, A. Dyer

A trip out to Ivanhoe Park for round 13 had the CobraW’s facing off against the Ivanhoe Ivies.

The last time the teams met earlier in the year, Canterbury went down by 73 points, and this time squad was focused on making amends for the previous efforts.

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Rd 12 Women – Sth Melbourne | Rd 13 Men – La Trobe


Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
South Melbourne Districts 1.1-7 2.4-16 2.4-16 3.4-22
Canterbury Football Club 2.2-14 4.3-27 8.3-51 10.5-65

Goal Kickers: K. Bulluss 3, L. Rinaldi 2, J. Edwards 2, P. Simon, P. Mercer, M. Spillane
Best Players: M. Spillane, L. Rinaldi, A. Payne, K. Lucarelli, L. McMullin

Freshly regrouped after a sobering game against last years premiers two weeks prior, the CobraW’s rolled in to Gary Smorgan Oval on a lovely sunny Saturday afternoon to face South Melbourne.

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