Former Sandringham Captain, Brede Seccull has decided to “return” to Old Haileybury, signing on for 2021. The club is fortunate t o have secured his services as he has clearly been one of the better players in the VFL. Welcome Brede and we look forward to watching more of you in the coming years.
Yes another $300 has gone off but more importantly we are raising funds for Movember and we highlight the ways in which you can support this worthwhile cause. The final draw isn’t far away so remember if you haven’t won a prize yet, there is still plenty of time
This is the draw with Chelsea Frawley – Lotto Draw
Old Haileyburians AFC
APPLICATION FOR RESERVES COACH IN SEASON 2021
The OHAFC have very exciting aspirations for Season 2021 and we welcome applicants to join us on taking the club further.
As Reserves Coach you will be an integral part of coaching squad, working closely with Senior Coach Daniel Ward and assistants. You will be responsible for the development of players, on and off the field
as you identify opportunities for improvement.
We are looking for someone with a passion for the game and a willingness to work effectively in club environment. You will also be expected to:
- Show genuine leadership qualities
- Have a good understanding of the modern game and strategies
- An ability to develop younger members of the squad
- Have strong communication skills
Old Haileybury AFC is based at Prince Park in Caulfield South. Applicants need to contact Andrew Hicks on 0407 220 952 or firstname.lastname@example.org before October 12th.
David Lappage (pictured right) has been appointed Head of Recruitment for 2021. In order to bolster all of our teams Lappa got a group of boys together from varying year levels with the mission of bringing in 21 new players for the upcoming year. The aim is to get the club back into A-Grade in the near future and have competitive sides across all grades.
Lappa played 230 games for the club between 1991 and 2008 with a career that included a Premiership in 1995 and Honorary Life Membership in 2003. As well as being leading goal kicker in 1999, 2000 and 2001 Lappa has coached both the Under 19’s and the 1sts at the club before taking over a role as First XVIII coach at the school in more recent times.
We are excited and lucky to have Lappa on board.
Half way there and another$300 goes off…..
There are a total of 25 draws for the OHAFC Lotto so still plenty of chances to win. To view Draw No 11 this is the place –
Another $300 goes off tonight which is always a good thing. Someone out there is a lucky winner so to find out check out the draw here –
For those of us old enough to remember, the first public Tattslotto draw was held on June 24th 1972 and boy have we come a long way since then. There is a new level of professionalism as “grassroots” organisers take over the distribution of wealth. Draw No 9 was eventful and can be found here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfltuZbdTow&feature=youtu.be
Saturday nights just aren’t the same – as they used to be before. Richard Clapton was prophetic all those years ago although he would not have forseen how the OHAFCLotto has transformed people’s perspective on what a good time really looks like. Our first dual winner with all the details to be found here –
Vale – Andrew “Andy” Williams.
The OHAFC mourns the passing of club stalwart Andrew Williams who passed away yesterday after a long illness battle.
Andy Will, as he was affectionately known, was the consummate clubman. He played 213 games for the club between 1968 and 1980, winning the club’s Best & Fairest in only his second year. He was a member of the 1969 Senior and 1973 Premiership teams and was made a Life Member in 1980. He played in the midfield early in his career before later moving to the forward line. Andy was a great team player – hard at the ball and always prepared to look after his mates. Renowned for his penetrating drop kicks, he was also a bit superstitious, preferring to be the last player on the ground. He confided in having a great love for the game and OHAFC players that came after him were buoyed by the support he gave over many years. He was a part of a keen and vocal group that appreciated the 120 minutes of play on the field and the off field post-mortem nearly as much. And Andy would invariably be an integral part of that keen discussion. Always with a smile on his face, he could talk about footy forever, and especially the OHAFC which he loved so much. Andy will be sadly missed by everyone associated with the club. Our thoughts are with Andy’s wife Robin and family.