The Club again supported STOP. One Punch Can Kill. in round 9 vs Donvale Football Club. Both clubs came together to support a community free of street and social violence, and all 3 games were played in great spirit.
Round 8 was an extremely important one for the Bloods coming off some tough losses over the past few weeks. The resulting 3 wins were just what the doctor ordered, bringing our season back on track.
Round 7 was always going to be a tough one against a largely undefeated Belgrave South football club. We ventured out on what was tipped to be a wet and windy day to find surprisingly perfect conditions for football.
Round 6 was a return to our home ground to face Ferntree Gully. A club that has had a strong start to the season would really test the Bloods this week. We were also celebrating out past players, with a reunion of the 1999 premiership team.
Round 5 saw the Bloods head out to Chirnside Park to face the Panthers. Coming up against 3 Chirnside park teams desperate for wins, we had to come prepared to work hard. All 3 Bloods sides put together great games of footy, dominating the day and gaining some much needed percentage.
Round 4 saw the Bloods head out to Waverley to play the Waverley Blues. Whilst the weather threatened to turn very ugly, it held off allowing for some great football.