Round 15: Avondale Heights at Raeburn Reserve

In football it’s amazing how long a week in between games can actually seem! As we headed out to face Avondale, the vibe around the group just wasn’t anywhere near the intensity it had been just a week before. As i said last week, every game for us now is a prelim final and every team we now face will be doing their best to crush our opportunity.

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Kyle Hardingham
Round 13: Greenvale at Raeburn Reserve

The importance of this game couldn’t be greater. With the top four becoming tighter and tighter, we needed to have 22 contributors to get the four points and keep our season alive. In for their first games, at an exciting time for the club, came Ben Morgan and Matthew D’Angelo. The feeling you get when you tell young kids that they are playing their first senior game reminds you why you wanted to coach in the first place. There was a great buzz in the rooms while the debutantes were handed their first game jumpers and the group set their minds to the task. The message was simple and the side was up and about after a great warm up and ready to go.


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Round 12: Strathmore at Raeburn Reserve


In a game crucial to our season, the Panthers met Strathmore for the second time the 2018 season on a windy day in July. With a few key personnel out of the side it was an opportunity for others to step up and play their role for the team. While there needed to be 22 equal contributors on the ground, this key message didn't translate onto the field.


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Round 4: Maribyrnong Park at Raeburn Reserve

Pascoe Vale returned to Raeburn Reserve on a perfect day for footy with a focus on taking care of the basics and defending the far side of the ground. With Marby playing fast moving football and a focus on outnumbering at all contests. we had to ensure we got off to a good start and not allow them to get the jump early, writes Kyle Hardingham

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Round 3: Strathmore at Lebanon Reserve

In a must win game with our backs against the wall, Pascoe Vale couldn’t afford to come away from Lebanon Reserve sitting 0 and 3.  After a disappointing loss against Keilor, we chose to focus on going back to the basics and the three key fundamentals of football: when we have it; when they have it; and ball in dispute. Coach Kyle Hardingham reviews the the first win of the season

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