Seniors: Mt Lilydale 5.8.38 Lost Canterbury 23.13.151. After a hard fought win last week we came into rd 4 facing a Canterbury side tipped to finish in the top 4. Unfortunately with low numbers on the track Tuesday and Thursday night with everyone seeming really lackluster on thursday night I was hoping it wasn’t going to […]
Seniors: WON. Mt Lilydale 9.16.70 Sth Mornington 8.10.58. We have improved over the first two games, playing a very competitive second analysis last week against a tough opponent. Heading down to Sth Mornington is always a tough challenge not only trying to get a win but trying to get players to make the journey. With […]
Seniors. Mt Lilydale 6.9.45 Lost Westbourne 14.24.108. Rd 2 bought with another week of optimism and with 4 inclusions from last week we were hoping to be more competitive for longer. Again we blooded another new player in Brandon Spencer and with the inclusions of Neil Trigwell, Nick Hooke, Daniel Cerra, things were looking solid. […]
Change of Venue. Lilydale Reserve. Main Street. Lilydale. Behind the Olinda Hotel.
Seniors. Mt Lilydale. 13.8.86. Lost. Box Hill Nth 21.19.145. The injection of 12 debutantes playing there first game for Mt Lilydale on Saturday truly showed that the club is heading in the right direction. The boys started the game well with even though Box Hill jumped us in the first 20 seconds we matched […]
All levels and Experience Mt Lilydale is heading back to Division 4 of the Victorian Amateur Football Association in 2015. We will be fielding a Senior and Reserves side in 2015 and so we need new players to help build up the mighty rams. The club is looking for players of all levels from those […]
Mt Lilydale Old Collegians are happy to announce that our coaches for season 2015 have been officially appointed Ben Oakes has been re-appointed as the senior after a successful debut season. After a long playing career Ben has helped coaching the reserves in previous seasons before taking over the senior team in 2014. Ben […]
The Rams are making a comeback. Mt Lilydale president David Holloway said the club aimed to reenter Division 4 and field seniors and reserves next year.
“Our player numbers are slowly rebuilding,” he said. “The club is in a substantially better place. We’re attracting players from the local area and from other clubs. People looking for a more social footy club will enjoy it here.”