Player Calcutta Form Guide

 

Players Calcutta 2019

Who will you bid for in this year’s Calcutta?

Will you go for an individual, or a group?

Go it alone, or get a syndicate together?

If your auction purchase wins “The Badrock Family Trophy” (Senior B&F),

you will win 50% of the total pool.

Auction starts this Saturday (27th April) at 6.30pm at Quambee Clubrooms.

PLAYERS CALCUTTA FORM GUIDE

STAND ALONE
Jack Whelan – Club Captain,  2 time senior B&F (inc last year),  2 senior premierships, EFL association B&F ,  3rd in Division 1 last year. Hard attack on the man and the ball.
Aaron Fenton – Young Gun,  2017 B&F, premiership player.  Missed 2 games,  but votes extremely well,  due to his constant attack on the ball & opponents.
Michael Apeness – Big Mick was playing AFL last year for Fremantle.  12 games at the highest level, as a ruckman and key position.  Only 24 years old and a fierce attack on the contest.  Beautiful tap ruck work,  also a fantastic contested mark.
Michael Locco – 2016 B&F Winner,  unlucky with injury over the past 12 months,  but once up and running ,  one of the best defenders in the competition.
Jayden Van Unen –2 time premiership player,  2015 B&F Winner, consistently finishes in the top 5.  Classy midfielder with fantastic skills & vision. 

GROUPS

GROUP 1
Billy Schilling –  Classy lead up half forward,  extremely fit and fantastic skills
Jayden Hoegal – Classy small forward.   Finished 5th in goal kicking in 2018 in the competition with 35 goals.  Great finisher.
Liam Taylor –  Bodies come good and will be resuming this week.   Extremely quick and is an elite tackler.  Kicked some of the best goals seen against Vermont last year.
Jasper Rouget – Had a great preseason and improvement is evident.   Big strong marking key forward with a beautiful kick.
Nick Lowden –  Big Body youngster,  hard inside and extremely fit.  Will get better with each senior game.

GROUP 2
Heath Decker – At the ripe old age of 36, hasn’t lost any of his strength and speed.  Finished 3rd in last years NRFC B&F.  
Sam Whelan – After coming back from an ACL last year, hasn’t missed a beat.  Classy half back and uses the ball well.   Probably leading after 2 rounds.
Jake Moss –  Playing in the backline this year.  Fast closing speed and is getting better and better with each passing game.  Only young,  both in age and senior experience.
Darcy Harris –  Elite runner and great left foot.   Plays the true wing position.  Only just turned 21 and maybe 15 senior games.

GROUP 3
Gary Conyers –  Big body midfielder/half forward,  came across from Heathmont after finishing top 3 in B&F.   skillful ,  good decision maker.  Experienced.  Fitted in well.
Matt Sheppard – Quick, skillful , amazing pack mark & great kick.   Lead up forward,  that can play deep when needed.
Jules Petracca – Winger or half back.   Fantastic distributor of the ball on his left foot. Hasn’t missed a game since coming over from Mitcham at the start of last year. 
Matt Cullinan –  Big Bodied ruckman who goes all day.   Fantastic set of hands around the ground and can go to the goal square and kick goals.

GROUP 4
Matt Payne –  is there anyone else that has improved more than salami over the past 12-18 months,  I think not.    Fantastic mark in the defence.  Often plays undersized and is rarely beaten.
Jason Sharp – small half back.  An elite kick and great decision maker.  Seems to have time in traffic.  Coming back from a shoulder injury,  but looks ready to go.
Adam Miles – Big bodied midfielder,   with a damaging left foot.  Came across from Mooroolbark.   Looks ready to go.
Jake Ireland –  Still only young,  but has played about 12 senior games.   Big Body,  great skills and an elite runner.   Watch the improve coming.

GROUP 5
The Rest.

 

Past Players And Officials Day 1st June

North Ringwood Football Club

Cordially invites all Past Players, Coaches, Committee & Trainers to

PAST PLAYERS REUNION

Saturday 1st June 11.30 Onwards

Celebrating: 30th Anniversary of Seniors 1989 Premiership

20th Anniversary of Seniors 1999 Premiership

50th Anniversary of Reserves 1969 Premiership

30th Anniversary of Under 18s 1989 Premiership

20th Anniversary of Under 18s 1999 Premiership

10th Anniversary of Under 18s 2009 Premiership

Club Rooms, Quambee Reserve, Wonga Road, North Ringwood

This is a Home Game v Montrose

Cover charge  $40.00

Includes Free Ground Entry – please advise gatekeeper on entry

Finger food, draught beer, wine & soft-drink (12 till 2)

Please RSVP by 17th May

To Joe Tunstall: Email joetunstall@gmail.com
or text/phone 0424 522 646

 

Annual General Meeting

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North Ringwood Football Club Inc.

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Dear members

Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting for 2015 as follows:

Date: Tuesday 8 December 2015

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: North Ringwood Reserve – Junior Club

Corner Oban Road & Wonga Road, North Ringwood

Ordinary Business of Meeting:

1. Welcome by President

2. Apologies

3. Confirmation of minutes from previous AGM

4. Business arising from the minutes

5. General comments, Treasurer’s summary and President’s report

6. General business

7. Election of Office Bearers

8. Close

Any formal General Business must be given to the Secretary – Marcia Sultana, in writing by

8 November 2015, one month prior to the AGM – secretary@nthringwoodfc.com.au

Kind regards

Scott Eade

President

0419 555 774

president@nthringwoodfc.com.au

Match Reports – Round 2

Seniors.

On Saturday we played 2014 finalist Blackburn.

It was always going to be an acid test to see where our team is at.
The game was an arm wrestle from start to finish with the margin sitting below 10 points for most of the day.
While the game may not have been the prettiest to watch there were no easy possessions and both teams tackled aggressively and did not give an inch. Both teams had their chances to win the game with swings in momentum and inaccurate kicking meant the game remained close throughout.
In the end some crucial one on one  contest wins across half forward that resulted in two goals to James Dean and one to Jason Sharp got us over the line.
Callum Fenton had a another strong game with lots of tackling and contested ball win.   Our midfield had to cope with the early loss of Matt Scott and did a great job with the workload evenly spread. Shane Den Elzen did an excellent job in his role as a defensive midfielder/defender limiting the influence of the oppositions’s best midfielder.  James Dean influenced the result with 2 last quarter goals and our back 6 led by Heath Decker and Tim Jones stood in the last quarter under some ferocious pressure.
It was pleasing that several players that had not had their best days really impacted the result in the last quarter.
It was a win that should give us a significant amount of belief but also give us an understand of how much effort is required to win games against teams of such high quality.
This week we play Rowville at Quambee. I felt the support we have had the first 2 weeks has helped us on the field and I hope we get the same and more this week at Quambee.
Reserves.

Round 2 took us to Morton Park against Blackburn to take on a team that had a big win to start the season.

We knew it was going to be a tough contest, and provide us with an indication of our current standing against one of the stronger teams in the reserves competition.

We started well, winning the first two centre clearance for the game; however these were followed by turnovers which resulted in quick Blackburn goals. The boys re-composed and we worked really hard for the remainder of first quarter to win our share of the contested ball. The skills of Blackburn were superior however and they took their opportunities which led them to a significant lead at quarter time.

We re-grouped at quarter time and really focussed on our positives for the quarter, and ways we needed to repel the Blackburn movement. Although we stemmed the flow, the second quarter however reflected much of the same as the first was, and we went in at half time with work to do to get back into the game.

The 3rd quarter was our best football for the day. Our pressure acts increased, and intensity at the football improved. We lifted our forward attack, and put on more pressure which created errors from our opposition. Some real hard work from Dan Allwood, Jarrod Harwood, Jordan Sultana, Rohan Sultana and Budda was shown with a really competitive quarter of footy.

The game blew out in the back side of the last quarter with a number of injuries and cramping. I do not believe the final score is a true representation of the effort and work of the boys. Our opposition had some very good footballers playing for this game. It showed us however that we have work to do to be competitive against the best teams. We have a great group with a lot of talent, but we are going to need to do the extra yards to show the competition what we are capable of. We all need to make the commitment to each other.

Good work all day by our backs especially the Payne boys and Pearty who went back twice in packs to create a contest and turnover. See you on the track Tuesday and Thursday.

Goal Kickers: J. Harwood, M. Scott, T. Matthews, R. Djohan, G. Gordon, M. Reeves
Best Players: J. Sultana, N. Payne, J. Harwood, J. Opray, M. Payne, J. Ellison,

Scores:

North Ringwood   1.1-7     2.3-15        4.3-27            6.5-41

Blackburn            7.3-45    11.6-72   17.10-112    25.16-166