Footballers on the front foot for R U OK Day fundraiser

Reservoir confident a mix of youth and experience will help it challenge for this year’s NFL Div 3

LAST year, a dynamic forward mix capable of carving opposition defences to pieces helped Thomastown secure the Northern Football League Division 3 premiership.

Reservoir is confident it has found a mix that will prove just as lethal up forward as it prepares for an assault on the 2015 flag, with Ash Flavel and David McGregor leading a dangerous attacking arsenal.

The Mustangs had 11 goalkickers in their 93-point win over Heidelberg West on Saturday, with McGregor, Flavel and Leigh Sullivan combining for 14 goals.

Reservoir coach Ross Terranova said the club was confident it had found the right mix of experience and youth across the ground.

“I think we’ve got a good mix this year and there is quite a few blokes that are experienced that have been around the club for the last few years plus we’ve brought some new blokes in,” Terranova said.

“We’ve certainly got a good mix and the young blokes coming through.

“In the four years (I’ve coached), we’ve probably got our best mix in our side at the moment.”

Reservoir sits third after Round 14 ahead of its clash with St Mary’s this weekend.

For more NFL news, read next week’s Preston Leader.

Congratulations Michael Popovski!

The club would like to congratule Michael Popovski on recieveing a Special Commendation at this years Darebin City Council Australia Day Awards at Preston Townhall on the 22nd of January.

This award is in recognition of his continous work with the R U Ok? Day foundation in raising awareness on Mental Health and his implementation of the new role at our club - Player Welfare Manager.

Well Done Michael and keep up the good work.



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2014 Division 3 Reserves Premiership Team Photo

Friday October 24th saw the 2014 Premiership team gather for their offical team photo.  Pics from the night can be seen in the Photo Gallery above.  The final framed photo will be avaliable soon and players can order framed copies through the club.  Prices TBC.

2014 Division 3 Reserves Premiership Team

Congratulations to Robert Docherty on obtaining Reservoir’s first premiership since 1998 and first Reserves Premiership since 1984.











South Morang






K. Clayton, A. Carlson, A. Ellis, C. McPhee, B. Whelan, R. Keyes


Ke. Beaumont 3, K. Clayton 3, Ka. Beaumont 2, A. Carlson 2, A. McLaughlin, C. McGregor, C. McPhee, M. Crump

Best on Ground

Corey McGregor (as voted by the Umpires)



David Roberts

Adam Hull

 David Lewis


Corey McGregor

Colin McPhee

 Dylan Cornford


Joseph Spicuglia

Bradley Whelan

 Kelsey Clayton


Kent Beaumont

Jake McSwain

 Adam Carlson


Kael Beaumont

Adam McLaughlin

 Matthew Crump


Ryan Keyes

Brayden Wight 

 Arthur Ellis


Brent Kreitling

Bruce Bullock

 Owen Kortlang


Michael Popovski

Mark Buckley

 Luke Moloney


Patrick Smith

Michael Zenella Connor Makropoulos 


Robert Docherty



Assistant Coach

John Fraser

Michael Cremore


Team Manager

Nathan McCraig  



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