SKOB Masters

Welcome SKOB Masters!

Thursday, February 8th

Two months to the day until we run out for our third season of Masters. It certainly has come around quick!

In 2018, the SKOB Masters team will compete in the Central division of the AFL Masters Victorian Metropolitan Football League (AFLMVMFL) which is a single team competition. The season comprises 10 games fortnightly on a Sunday afternoon commencing at 2:45pm with the first game of the season scheduled for Sunday April 8th @ T H King Oval.


Sunday April 8th; Sunday April 22nd; Sunday May 6th; Sunday May 20th; Sunday June 3rd; Sunday June 17th; Sunday July 1st; Sunday July 15th; Sunday July 29thand Sunday August 12th. We will be playing finals again this season so ensure you have Sunday August 26th and Sunday September 9th pencilled in your diaries too!


Ex-president and club legend Damien "Rock" Ryan will coach the team again for the upcoming season and will be ably assisted by another club legend Stephen "SOC" O'Connor who takes on the role of assistant coach.


SKOB Masters' official pre-season training kicks off next month

When: March 14th, March 21st & March 28th

Time: 6:45pm for a 7:00pm start

Where: St Kevin's College Tooronga playing fields

Runners only! No footy boots!


Friday March 2nd @ The Glenferrie Hotel kicking off @ 6pm.

Please RSVP if you will be attending so we can firm up numbers with management at The Glenferrie Hotel.


We will be targeting all players who pulled on the tri-colour jumper last year, ex St Kevin's College students and anyone else keen to play or train whom are 35 years of age or older as at December 31st, 2018. All prospective players are encouraged to bring a mate with them to pre-season training or to the season launch on March 2nd regardless of whether they intend to play or not.


Registration details will be provided shortly.








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About the AFL Masters

AFL Masters is football that allows mature players (over 35) the opportunity to participate in our great game of Australian Rules Football and to compete with similarly aged players in a safe, well organised and enjoyable atmosphere. Clubs exist throughout the Victorian metroplitan area playing every second Sunday during the season, with most clubs training on Wednesday evenings. The fortnightly draw allows for plenty of recovery time whilst allowing players and families plenty of time to themselves.

The opportunity to participate at a club level, to be competitive, maintain fitness and to above all enjoy your footy with your friends and family is the main motivation of the players in not only our competition but other states as well.

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