OGCC Orange (26) v Torquay McCartney (45)
The first night game under lights and what a match it was. All players had a superb game putting up a great fight till the final siren. Led by Lenny Honner who delivered a fantastic handball to teammate Emmett Haxby who got his first goal this season followed by Fletcher Ward, Eddie Clark and Byron Hansford all contributing goals. Coach Damien Clark made special mention of how proud he is of the boys and the way they are all going about their footy. Awards to Noah Brooks, Fletcher Ward, Tom Teague and Emmett Haxby.
OGCC White (46) v Swans White (37)
A very even contest all game set the scene for four super quarters from the Cobra boys who never gave up. The team play was great to watch and the team song sung loud after a courageous win.
OGCC Blue (32) v Torquay Grossman (19)
The OGCC Blue boys entered the second half with one point compared to Torquay’s 19 points. Brilliant team play and a focus on the ball brought an epic victory. Awards to Ned Allen, Zac Dodson, Kye Franken, Thomas McGregor, Harrison Wilde.
OGCC Red (36) v Torquay Ashley (24)
A great morning for football and the boys played some really good team football. Fantastic to see the improvement of all players. Award winners Archie Knowles, Sunny Bohnke, Harry Farrell and Hudson Stephenson.
OGCC Orange (30) v Torquay McMahon (20)
An intense and high pressure game with great team work and pressure saw our boys have a great contested win. Captain this week, Tane Napier, showed great leadership and played another solid game. Other award winners were Slater Hatfield, Joe McGregor, Harrison Wingrave and Tommy Walsh.OGCC Blue (49) v Torquay Coles (20)
Great game against a spirited, skilled and tall opposition. The boys adapted well and early to the chilly conditions at the Quay then settled into doing what they do best – winning contested footy and sharing it around with skills that often belie their age. Awards to Lenny Honner, Tommy Teague, Ben Cirillo, Koby Miller-Burton and Hamish Stow.
OGCC White (27) v Swans Blue (65)
The team tried hard all game giving their best and playing some good footy against a strong Swans blue team who kicked away in the third quarter to come home with winners.
OGCC Orange (56) v St Albans Grinter (45)
The first quarter accuracy at goal set up a great contest for the boys who maintained their lead right to the final siren. Hard footy with plenty of goals saw a tough battle yet a gutsy win from the cobra Orange players.
OGCC White (83) v Drysdale Butcher (10)
The Snake Pit was the perfect venue for footy today and our boys came to play. The teamwork displayed along with the second efforts was great to see and although an easy win by the Cobras, the opposition put up a great contest. Awards to Kyan Bowers, Billy Hayward, Jobe Lange, Ollie Moran and Caden Walsh.
OGCC Blue (20) v Leopold Brown (34)
The Ocean Grove blue boys fought hard to keep Leopold at bay for much of the game. The Leopold boys had plenty of forward entries with our backline working overtime to keep us in the game. Award winners this week were Henry Wright, James Stow, Makani Storey, Elijah Ottosen-I, Felix Robinson and Jackson Stephenson.
U/14s Round 5
OGCC 1 (39) v Drysdale Grigg (10)
In dewy conditions the Cobras flew out of the blocks with a dominant first quarter and the momentum continued throughout the match restricting the opposition to only one goal for the game. An important team game and win for the boys who are striving for consistent pressure maintained for four quarters. Awards to: Connor Asquith, Nathan Down, Fletcher Keck, Charlie Every, Johnte Lange and Oscar Price.
OGCC 2 (38) v Anglesea (28)
It was a battle of one vs two on the ladder in this cracking game of football. The Cobra boys used their trademark fast start to jump out of the blocks in the first half and take a handy lead in the break. It was a tight contest in the last two quarters but the boys prevailed due to their committed team effort and run a carry witch didn’t stop until the final siren. Encouragement awards to Will Lamb, Joe Doedel, Izaak Terhorst, Max Potter, Austin Derby and Kai Forbes.
OGCC 3 (48) v St Josephs 3 (14)
Repeat efforts at the contest was the theme, and the boys delivered in spades. Keeping their feet, then chasing their own kicks to support team mates, saw Cobras 3 prove too strong. Awards to Hamish Green, Ned Gray, Flynn Ness, Luke Ewart, Bohdi Hercus and Joshua Bouma.

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