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Ajax No Match For Ladder-Leaders

Gary Smorgon Oval played host to an action-packed weekend that saw four of Ajax’s five fixtures played on home turf in front of strong crowds in near perfect conditions.

Ajax (Blacks) managed the Jackas’ only win of the weekend after the Seniors and Reserves received hidings from the league’s best, while the Jackettes lost for the first time in their short existence. A severely undermanned Ajax (Reds) was thumped by Fitzroy rounding out a bitterly unsuccessful weekend at home.

The Seniors witnessed first-hand the brand of football that is required to compete at the top of Premier B, after St Kevins OB emphatically kept their unblemished 2015 record intact, handing Ajax their first real thrashing of the season- a 94 point loss.

Plenty of excitement surrounded the contest with a further two young debutants, Anton Ritterman and Jake Kalmus given their chance to impress on the senior stage.

Ajax couldn’t have asked for a better start as Nick Lewis streamed from the centre, delivering a pass to the feet of AJ Thurin who showed impressive agility, snapping the first of the game from a difficult spot.

St Kevins quickly countered, peppering the goal face with only five behinds to show for their forward half dominance. Ajax’s defence eventually gave way, conceding two consecutive goals.

Jake Lew bobbed up and kicked an important steadier against the flow of play, his 300th career goal-a remarkable feat.

Soon after a costly turnover gifted St Kevs their fourth goal of the term as they continued to keep Ajax in the game with inaccuracy in front of goal.

The visitors held a 22-point lead at quarter time, registering 14 scoring shots to Ajax’s two, failing to get any substantial reward for effort on the scoreboard.

Early in the second term they pushed the lead past five goals, with their big men causing some issues up front. Jake Lew continued to find time and space, kicking his second after a brilliant solo effort from deep in the pocket. The visitors quickly stepped it up a gear, out-classing an inexperienced Ajax side on every line. Lew was a shining light in a pretty horrid term for the home side, kicking all three of Ajax’s second term goals, taking his total for the day to four.

54 points adrift at half time, an all too familiar spray from coach Marty Pask didn’t appear to work any wonders, with the young Jackas side bullied for most of the second half. The Seniors have managed to be competitive against the better sides so far in 2015, however at no point were they able to play the game on their terms.

Disappointingly the margin ballooned out to 94 points when the final siren sounded, a strong reminder of the strength of competition in Premier B. Corey Jankie battled hard all day, as did Zac Braun in the ruck. Adam Caplan continued his strong form in the middle, while Alex Wollan has been more than handy in the last couple weeks.

The winless Reserves were always going to find it tough against the top of the table however the 81-point final score paints somewhat of a harsh picture as the effort was an improvement on recent weeks. There was a few positives out of the game with strong inside midfielder Ben Sher performing well, while Justin Kramersh kicked five of Ajax’s eight goals in a great individual effort.

There was mixed results for the club on Sunday as the Jackettes fought valiantly against Rosebud, only to fall 13 points short and in doing so suffering their first loss of the season. Toni Hamilton booted two goals while Daniella Abraham showed plenty of grit in the midfield.

Ajax’s Thirds (Reds) side were thumped by Fitzroy in a day to forget, with the loss marred by a string of injuries, however the news was better with the Blacks recording a stunning 15-point come-from-behind win away against Old Trinity. Skipper Zev Aron led the charge, kicking three final quarter goals to finish with five.

Next Week's games:

Saturday 23rd May

Ajax Seniors and Reserves v Old Brighton at 2.00PM and 11.40AM at Brighton Beach Oval, South Road, Brighton

Sunday 24th May

NO Thirds Matches this week due to Shavuot

NO Jackettes Match this week

Next Jackettes Match - Sunday 31st May

Ajax Jackettes v Gippsland at Tyers Recreation Reserve, Main Road,Tyers at 11.00AM





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In a tough weekend, both the Ajax Seniors and Reserves went down to Mazenod, and the Blacks were the only winners, with a victory over the Reds in the Thirds. Coach Marty Pask was left to lament another week of injuries to Senior players and another game of missed opportunities.


Kicking to the scoring end, Mazenod dominated the first term, adding five goals to nil. The home team took full advantage of the blustery conditions, and whilst the Jackas had their share of scoring shots, could not register a major for the term.


Taking a 29-point deficit into the second term, Ajax knew it had to take full advantage of kicking with the wind if it was to have any hope of staying in the game. Unfortunately, Mazenod scored the opening goal to open up a 35-point lead. Stuart Fayman passed to Jake Lew for the Jackas opening goal, then Roi Abraham and Corey Jankie both goaled to reduce the margin to 16 points, and offer a glimmer of hope. However the visitor’s turnovers were not helping their cause, and when Mazenod added three late majors, the home team had extended their lead to over 5 goals. Lew scored his second just before half time to keep the deficit to 27 points at the main break.


With the heated words of the coach still ringing in their ears, Ajax started the second half with a far greater intensity. Mazenod scored an goal early with the breeze, but the Jackas hit back with goals to Lew, his third, and Adam Caplan to reduce the margin to 20 points and offer some hope to their supporters. That hope was short-lived, as the home team took full advantage of kicking to the scoring end to add another four goals, opening up a 44-point lead at the final change.


An Ajax turnover gifted the home team the opening goal of the final term, but the Jackas hit back with two quick ones of their own through Adam Caplan and Jake Lew, making the margin six goals with just under twenty minutes still to play. Missed opportunities did not help the cause, and though Roi Abraham kicked his second and Alex Wollan capped off his good play with a major, the home team kicked away late to run out 33-point winners.


The Reserves had a great opportunity to register their first win of the year, leading Mazenod by four goals at ¾ time, with the belief this was going to be the ice-breaker. Unfortunately, it became a heart-breaker, as the home team kicked four goals to nil in the final quarter and inflict the fifth straight defeat for the Ressies.


In the Thirds, the Ajax Blacks defeated the Ajax Reds by 97 points with Levi Lewis kicking six goals and Eli Adelist booting five. Jeremy Herz and Zev Aron led the way for the Blacks, whilst Roger Hassan booted three for the Reds with Assaf Danby and Jay Kramersh amongst the best for the Reds.


The Jackettes had a Bye.


Next Matches – Saturday 916h May


Ajax Seniors and Reserves v St Kevins at 2.00PM and 11.40AM at Gary Smorgon Oval, Albert Park.


Sunday 17th May


Ajax Thirds (Black) v Old Trinity at Trinity Grammar School, Bulleen at 2.00PM (TBC)


Ajax Thirds (Red) v Fitzroy at Gary Smorgon Oval, Albert Park at 2.00PM (TBC)


Ajax Jackettes v Rosebud at Gary Smorgon Oval, Albert Park at 12.00PM


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In a weekend of mixed fortunes, the Jackas went down to St Bedes Mentone by 47 points, whilst the Jackettes remain undefeated on top of the ladder.


Taking on old foe, St Bedes Mentone, Ajax won the toss and and elected to kick with the advantage of a three to four goal wind. The Jackas attacked early with little result for their effort, and it was left to Dean Rotenberg to kick the home team’s first goal and give them a 10-point lead. The Tigers hit back with their first major, before Adam Caplan was free-kicked and extended the lead.  In the final minute of the term, a lapse in concentration by the Ajax defense allowed St Bedes to goal and reduce the ¼ time deficit to one point.


The second term proved to be a costly one for the home team. St Bedes scored four goals to none, and had the Tigers taken advantage of the number of scoring shots they had, the half-time lead may well have been much more than the 29-point deficit the Jackas faced at the main break. The quarter ran 42 minutes due to a major injury to one of the St Bede’s players, and the umpires took the unusual step of sending the players to the sheds with 49 seconds still on the clock. The half was finally completed without any addition to the scores.


With the wind at their backs in the third term, Ajax turned up the heat on the visitors, with a five goal to one quarter. Jake Lew booted three superb goals in a 15-minute purple patch before the visitors kicked their only major of the term to push their lead back out to 12 points. The Jackas dug deep, and Jarryd Ludski goaled, followed by another to Ash Kalb, and the Jackas headed in to the final term with all of the momentum and trailing by a solitary point.


Unfortunately, it was not to be the Jackas’ day, and the visitors took full advantage of kicking with the wind in the final term kicking eight goals to one. Running out of petrol tickets, it was a tough ending to what was a brave effort by the home team for three quarters, with the visitors running out 47-point winners.


The Reserves have had a tough start to the season and remain winless after another poor showing.  Kicking just five goals for the match, Benji Michelson, Roi Abraham and Ben Michowski were amongst the team’s best.   


In the Thirds, the Ajax Blacks were never in the hunt against a very strong Old Xaverians outfit, defeated by 140 points. Moses Weisner, Eli Herbst and Jeremy Herz were the only players to show any resistance in a tough day out at Xavier College.


Ajax Reds forfeited their match against Old Carey.


The only shining light for the club over the weekend was the continued excellent form of the Jackettes. In front of a large crowd at Gary Smorgon Oval, the girls had a 45-point victory over Knox, and remain undefeated at the top of the Eastern Section VWFL ladder with a percentage of over 600%.  Rebecca Bennett, Dana Hamilton and Daniella Abraham led the way for the girls whilst Toni Hamilton and Chelsea Fisher kicked two goals apiece.


Next Matches – Saturday 9th May


Ajax Seniors and Reserves v Mazenod at 2.00PM and 11.40AM at Central Reserve Oval No 2, Cnr Springvale & Waverley Roads, Glen Waverley.


Sunday 10th May


Ajax Thirds (Black) v Ajax Thirds (Red) at Gary Smorgon Oval, Albert Park at 2.00PM


Ajax Jackettes – Bye (TBC)

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In a dour, low scoring game, Ajax has secured its second victory for the season with a nail-biting 3-point win over Fitzroy.

With injuries forcing three changes to last week’s winning team, the Jackas took on old foe, Fitzroy, in wet and greasy conditions at the Brunswick Oval.

Coach Pask rewarding two more debutantes, ruckman Zach Braun and on-baller Nadav Greenberger, for their first outing in the Anzac Day match. 

Ajax set the tone early with Braun dominating the early hit-outs, and Nick Lewis found Dean Rotenberg for the Jackas first. Ajax attacked for much of the first term and had little to show as reward. Late in the term, Fitzroy seized the momentum, and two late goals had the home team in front by seven points at ¼ time.

Responding to the coach’s quarter-time spray, Ajax lifted their intensity and leveled the scores with a goal to Jake Lew, following a 25-metre penalty. Leading by example, skipper Nick Marks was hitting the ball hard, and his teammates responded, but were not rewarded for their effort on the scoreboard. Unfortunately, there were a number of incidents off the ball that resulted in Corey Jankie being helped from the ground by two trainers. As happened in the first term, Fitzroy seized the momentum late in the term and added two late goals to take an 11-point lead into half time.

Coach Pask reminded his players at ½ time that reward for effort will come and the scoreboard will take care of if itself. With Geoff Measey leading the way, Ajax continued to attack the ball at the start of the third quarter, and the rewards soon followed, with the visitors kicking four goals to none in the term. AJ Thurin was free kicked in the opening minute and slotted a goal from 40 meters. Jake Lew followed up with his second for the match, and the Jackas had turned the ½ time deficit into a slender lead. Adam Caplan snapped truly, and then Dean Rotenberg found Alex Wollan for another major and the lead was extended to 15 points heading into the final break.

Early in the final quarter, Wollan returned the favour for Rotenberg, finding him in the goal square for his second. When Jake Lew added his third, a brilliant check-side kick from the boundary that sailed over the goal umpire’s head, the Jackas had opened up a 27-point lead.  Fitzroy were not going to lie down and kicked the next four goals of the match to reduce the margin to three points. The final frantic minutes of the match saw kamikaze football from both teams, but the Jackas were able to hold on to register their second win of the season with a gritty 3-point victory.

The Reserves had a day to forget and were defeated by 53 points. Ryan White registered the only goal for the match, whilst Benji Michelson and Daniel Janover-Rocha battled hard all day, amongst a very few to show any resistance.

In the Thirds, the Ajax Blacks battled hard all day in a gallant effort against Mazenod. Only nine points down at ¾ time, the Blacks were outplayed in the final quarter, and were defeated by 19 points. Joel Benjamin was amongst the best with two goals.

Old Xaverians defeated the Ajax Reds by 20 goals in a day the team would rather forget. Fielding a team low on numbers, the Reds battled hard, but were never in the contest.  Zev Aron leading the way with three of the team’s four goals.

Next Matches – Saturday 2nd May

Ajax Seniors and Reserves v St Bedes at 2.00PM and 11.40AM at Gary Smorgon Oval, Albert Park

Ajax Thirds (Red) v Old Carey at Carey Sports Complex, Bulleen Road, Bulleen at 11.40AM

Sunday 3rd May

Ajax Thirds (Black) v Old Xaverians at Gary Smorgon Oval, Albert Park at 11.40AM

Ajax Jackettes v Knox 2.00PM at Gary Smorgon Oval, Albert Park at 2.00PM

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Senior Round 2 Match Report

A sharp-shooting AJAX side has posted a hard fought 12-point win over Parkdale at Albert Park last Saturday in a landmark weekend that also saw the Jackettes female team record a victory in their inaugural hit-out.

Coming off a seven goal defeat to Old Melburnians last week, and having lost playmaker Josh Kalmus with a broken jaw, and ruckman Ryan Winston with a leg fracture, coach Marty Pask implored his young team to stand up and be accountable in their home match against Parkdale last week.

The Jackas were certainly out to make a statement in the opening term, and kicking with a slight wind advantage, had five straight goals on the board in the first fifteen minutes, whilst holding the opposition scoreless.  Jake Lew and Richie Simon were proving to be a potent combination up forward booting two goals apiece, and Jarryd Ludski was also causing Parkdale some concern with his perfectly roved goal in the square. Jason Ritterman turned back the clock, and with a withering run down the outer flank, bombed long from outside the 50 that posted the home side’s sixth goal. Brad Caplan found Jake Lew who kicked his third for the quarter, before Parkdale posted its first major just on quarter time to reduce the home team’s lead to 34-points.

Parkdale opened the second term with a quick goal, and as happened last week against OM’s, Ajax seemed to go into their shell and could not replicate the pressure they had brought in the first term. The home team’s midfield dominance of the first quarter that saw them win the majority of the centre clearances was no longer evident as Parkdale began to get on top. In a 20-minute period, Parkdale piled on seven goals to none to take a six-point lead, and if not for their inaccuracy in front of goal, could well have been further in front. Skipper Nick Marks, returning from a long stint on the sidelines with injury, stepped up and booted a captain’s goal to stop the visitor’s onslaught. Asher Burstin and Adam Caplan added two more majors to give the home team a three-point lead at half time.

The third term saw both teams defend grimly as the game seemed to be played between the two half back lines, before Parkdale kicked their only goal for the quarter to take a slender lead. It was going to take a special effort to break the game open, and when Dean Rotenberg found Simon for his third major, and Lew added two more to take his afternoon’s tally to five goals, the Jackas had opened up a 15-point lead. Ash Kalb added another just before ¾ time, and the home had a 21-point buffer, heading into the final stanza.

Parkdale went in the final term with a slight wind advantage, and midway through the term had reduced the deficit to seven points, and threatened to run over the top of the Jackas. Asher Burstin snuffed out the Parkdale challenge with his second major for the match, and the Jackas held on to record a well deserved 12-point victory.

In a low scoring match, the Reserves were defeated by 19 points, and whilst they were competitive for the majority of the match, they again fell short in a match that they should have won.  Daniel Janover-Rocha, Jamie Lewis, Nadav Greenberger, Alex Wollan and Jake Kalmus battled hard, whilst Brandon Joel was the only multiple goal scorer with three.

In the Thirds, the Ajax Blacks went down to Old Carey by 4 goals. Inaccuracy cost the team dearly, kicking 7.15.57 to 12.9.81. Benji Jones, Daniel Wein and Jeremy Herz amongst the best for the Blacks.

St Kevins defeated the Ajax Reds by 95 points, with Daniel Klotnick, Jarred Swire and Adam Shapiro leading the way for the Reds. Special mention to club stalwart, Sonney Roth, in his comeback game, and scoring one of the team’s six goals.

The Jackettes, Ajax Women’s Football team, played their debut game at Montmorency and took their hosts to the cleaners with a 38-point victory. In cold and wet conditions, the Jackettes kicked 4.17.41 to 0.3.3, with Vanessa Mrocki becoming the first ever goal-kicker for the women’s team. Best for the Jackettes were Alex Fleiszig, Toni Hamilton, Jess Marget and Danielle “Booba” Robinson. The team sits on op of the VWFL Eastern Division with a percentage of 1366%. 

Round 3 Next Week -

Saturday 25th April

Ajax Seniors and Reserves v Fitzroy at 2.00PM and 11.40AM at Brunswick Street Oval, Fitzroy

Sunday 26th April

Ajax Thirds (Black) v Mazenod at Gary Smorgan Oval, Albert Park – Time TBC

Ajax Thirds (Red) v Old Xaverians at Gary Smorgan Oval, Albert Park – Time TBC

Ajax Jackettes  - Bye


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Senior Round 1 Match Report

Heading in to the first round, Ajax had come off one of the most intense pre-seasons in the club’s history, and new coach, Marty Pask, had developed a very positive atmosphere around the club. Despite the loss of guns, David Fayman and Eugene Routman to injury, the club was looking to start the season on a winning note. Unfortunately, that was not to be in a spiteful contest that saw the Jackas go down by seven goals.

Taking a ferocious attitude into the first quarter, Ajax put Old Melburnians under intense pressure with several attacking forays. Jake Lew capitalized by booting two early goals, the second a Goal of the Day contender from the boundary. Adam Caplan slotted the third major for the term and the Jackas took a 14-point lead into the quarter time break. Debutant ruckman Ryan Winston injured his knee in the opening term and would take no further part in the game.

Ajax seemed to go into their shell in the second term, as OM’s added five goals to one. The Jackas could not replicate the pressure they had brought in the first term, and the home team started to win the ball out of the middle. Adding four unanswered goals, OM’s had turned the quarter time deficit into a 13-point lead, before Jake Lew kicked his third to stop the rot. The hosts added another on the siren to hold a two-goal buffer and take all the momentum into the half time break.  Adding to the club’s injury woes, Josh Kalmus was taken to hospital with a suspected broken jaw, reducing the interchange bench to two fit players.

The third term saw Ajax attack early, but for all of their good work, could not register a major. The Jackas defended manfully as Melburnians dominated play for the majority of the quarter, struggling to keep out their opposition who slotted three quick goals to open up a game-high 31-point lead. Richie Simon kicked the Jackas only goal for the term just before ¾ time to reduce the deficit to 25 points at the final change, and offer a glimmer of hope. 

Given the warm conditions of the afternoon, the limited interchange bench and the number of players suffering from cramp, the final stanza was always going to be difficult. The brave Jackas fought out the battle, but ultimately struggled to overhaul a stronger Melburnians outfit. The home team added five goals for the term and opened up a sizeable lead, before Jason Samuel, AJ Thurin and Nick Lewis all added majors to keep the final deficit to 43 points.

The Reserves were defeated by 10 goals, and whilst they were also in the match until half time, Old Melburnians dominated the second half to add eight goals to one. Anton Ritterman and Jacob Kingston kicked two goals each, whilst Alex Wollan and Jake Kalmus battled hard for the visitors.

The Premier B Thirds competition saw two Ajax teams competing in the same division for the first time. The Ajax Blacks had a huge 15 goal win over the Ajax Reds, with Daniel Wein booting 5 goals for the Blacks. Benji Jones and Jeremy Herz led the way for the Blacks, whilst Zac Braun and Simon Roth were amongst the best for the Reds.

Next Saturday sees the Club’s first home match for the season against Parkdale at Gary Smorgan Oval, Albert Park, whilst the Jackettes debut away to Montmorency next Sunday.


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2015 Season Preview

The AJAX Football Club will commence season 2015 on the weekend with many new initiatives and personnel set to be unfurled.

Since his appointment as Senior Coach back in September last year, Marty Pask alongside his assistants Rob Paterson, Nick Gold and Leon Burstin, have set new standards and expectations of the playing group.

Internal predictions of the season ahead have been overwhelmingly positive. “We are really confident we’ve got both the coaching staff and players in place to have a ripper season across our four teams,” AJAX FC President Ronnie Lewis told the AJN. 

Coming off a gruelling five-month pre-season which included a highly successful educational camp as well as four promising practice match hit-outs, the groundwork and preparation has been done and all is in readiness for round one.

Entering a new and unchartered phase without a host of big names, the club is confident the group at hand has the drive and ability to create their own success.

“It’s been great to get to know the boys over the summer and what I have learnt is that they are a committed, hardworking and talented group that will use the fitness base they have, with their pace and skill to execute a game plan that will play to these strengths,” Senior Coach Marty Pask told the AJN.

“The group is young, well led by our on-field leaders and raring to go.” Coming off an injury-riddled 2014, Nick Marks will once again captain the seniors and be well supported by an influencer group, a new initiative for 2015.

Lewis spoke glowingly of Pask’s initial contribution to the club, praising the innovation and ideas he has brought to the table. “Marty is a consummate professional and a very hard working guy,”

Supporters can expect a much fitter and even side in season 2015. “Hopefully people will see a unified group and a spirited team that genuinely want to play football for each other,” Pask said.

“We hope to have an even spread amongst the group and not have to rely on two or three players to win us games.”

The club will have a very good problem on their hands prior to round one, boasting a large number of players to choose from, creating a healthy environment in which players will be fighting for spots.

Adam Slade-Jacobson will once again take the reins as reserves coach while Daniel Slonim will coach the thirds for the first time.

An exciting and new initiative for the club is the introduction of AJAX’s first ever women’s team, the ‘Jackettes’ who will compete in the VWFL on Sundays, part of a double-header with the thirds.

The reserves will kick their season off on Saturday at 11:40am at Junction Oval against Old Melburnians, followed by the seniors at 2pm.

Written by Aaron Fetter    

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Club Sponsors For 2015 Season

The successful running of our Club is dependent on the generous commitment and support of our sponsors.

We are thrilled to announce the continuation of Teska Carson as our Major Club Sponsor for 2015. As a leading commercial real estate agency, we are proud to have such a strong brand behind our club.

In addition we are delighted to have the continued support of Antler Luggage, Barton Glass, The Pratt Foundation and Eskal as Club Sponsors. We also welcome Sound Insurance Services and South Yarra BMW as first time Club Sponsors for 2015.

We are also greatly appreciative to our Club Supporters, namely Spotlight Foundation, The Dental Co., Knight Building Group, Plascorp, Bendigo Bank Caulfield Park Community Branch and Oasis Orthopaedic Group.

We would like to make special mention of our loyal Jackas supporters who have once again pledged their annual support at Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze levels. Your support makes a huge difference to the success of the Club both on and off the field. Likewise to our all our Club advertisers and supporters.

We strongly encourage all our members and supporters to get behind our sponsors in every way possible and to utilize their products and services wherever they can.

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Pre-Season Camp

Belief & Enthusiam - words that are often bandied about early in a season. But these are more than just words to the close-knit group of players representing the Ajax Football Club in 2015.

With one of the largest ever turn-outs at an Ajax pre-season camp, more than 50 players took part in the 2015 pre-season camp place last weekend at Grossmans Country Cottages in Torquay. 

Players, coaches and committee members all left the 2-day camp with an air of expectation and excitement for the 2015 season ahead.

A 6.00AM start on Saturday morning was always going to be a tough assignment, but as has happened in all of the pre-season training sessions, the players hit the track with enthusiasm and purpose for new coach, Marty Pask.

Following a hearty breakfast provided by "Rocky" (club stalwart Peter Rockman), everyone present, players and committee members alike, were treated to an inspirational session with Assistant coach, Rob Patterson, who was left a paraplegic after being hit by a semi-trailer while on a training ride over 20 years ago. His injuries where multiple and severe, and included a spinal injury in his lower back, his pelvis was fractured in 7 places, major fracture in his arm and a skull fracture. Now a highly regarded coach in his field, Rob imparted his experiences in overcoming adversity in life, and related it back to the adversities the players can face on a footy field, and their lives.

Coach Pask then addressed the players and set out the on-field game plan for the players for the coming season, and introduced the "influence" group who will be the leaders of the club, both on and off the field, in 2015.

The main training session in the afternoon was a solid 2-hour hit out for the playing group, before taking a well earned recovery session in the surf at Torquay.

Some free time late on Saturday afternoon allowed the players to prepare for the evening social activities, including a player BBQ, at which all of the players dressed as their favourite AFL player. At this point, readers will have to understand that what happens on camp ... stays on camp!

More than a few sore heads woke at 6.30AM on Sunday for another early morning training session. After a light workout, the players gathered as a group and sang the Ajax club song as a sign of solidarity for the season to come.

The 2-day camp is just the start of the campaign for the Ajax Football Club in 2015. New Coach, Marty Pask, has brought a fresh attitude to the club, which has strengthened the resolve of the players to achieve success in the coming season.

Three trial matches follow in the next 3 weeks, followed by an intra-club match at Moorabbin on Erev Pesach (see the schedule below)

Trial Matches

Trial matches have been scheduled as follows

Saturday March 14 v University Blacks    Venue:  Bulleen (Oval 1)

Saturday March 21 v Aspendale              Venue:Aspendale

Sunday March 29 v Montmorency            Venue:Montmorency

Good Friday April 3  Intra-Club                 Venue:Moorabbin

 The club looks forward to seeing all of the club supporters attending the trial matches. 


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