U17 Presentation Night 2017
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The 2017 Waverley Blues Under 17 Presentation Night


·      * Tickets for Playing Group FREE

·      * Tickets for Partners/Friends/Family @ $35.00 per head

2 Course Meal + Soft Drinks
* Drinks at Bar prices (special @ RSL members prices) - Waverley Blues support responsible serving and drinking of alcohol. No person under the age of 18 can drink at this event

Date: Friday 25th August 2017

Time: 7pm-11pm
Venue: 161 Coleman Parade, Glen Waverley VIC 3150

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/sCzxu3ygK122

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Injury Riddled Blues Overrun by Strong Falcons Outfit

Waverley Blues: 3.2.20    5.4.34    8.7.55    8.7.55

Lilydale Falcons: 3.3.21    5.4.34    13.5.83    21.9.135

Goals: Turner 3, Sharpe 2, Millier, Smith, Robinson

Best: Robinson, Millier, Slater, Coghlan, Hogan, Turner

Considering Lilydale's position as a genuine premiership contender for 2017, injury-riddled Waverley put up a brave performance, keeping with the Falcons for two and a half quarters before being over run.

The Blues took their opportunites in front of goal, and were able to expose the Falcons at times with their run, while pressure and safe hands in the backline kept the Blues in the contest.

In his second game back from injury, Ben Turner looked the star early with three first quarter goals, including one after the sirn, while Matthew Sharpe also kicked two.

The midfielder squadron of Ryan McNamara, Sam Mier, Ryan Serpanchy, Wes Smith and Michael Millier also ran hard all day, with good use of rotations from the coaching staff.

Acting captain for the day Nathan MacDonald was good with his voice in defence, and provided inspiration with his one-percenters.

The first two goals of the game went to Lilydale, despite and even early contest and neither side looking to assert themselves.

However Turner hit back from the arc, only to be matched by Lilydale down the other end of the ground.

It would be deja-vu for the fans however, as Turner kicked an almost identical goal minutes later, before putting a third goal from the same position away after the quarter time siren to find themselves just one point down at the first change.

Good composure from Mier in the middle set up Matthew Sharpe, who kicked his first for the afternoon, giving the Blues a six-point lead in what was looking to be a promising - albeit cold - day at Waverley.

However Lilydale hit back hard with two goals, before Cam Robinson kicked a goal to level the scores before half time.

Wes Smith kicked the first goal of the third term, before two quick goals from the Falcons not only reduced the margin, but put them back in front.

Sharpe's second goal put the Blues back in front, before Michael Millier also gave the crowd something to cheer about with a running goal out the back of the pack - and against the flow of play.

However the Falcons then got ahead through running more, while the Blues played around with the ball too much, unable to get solid drive down the ground, and with a lack of targets they were uneasy going forward.

Two easy goals to the Falcons to close the quarter left for a 28-point Margin, with the game seeming to slip away.

Lilydale's first goal of the final quarter, just 15 seconds in, was the last thing Waverley needed, and with two more before the four-minute mark, the game was seemingly over.

With eight goals in the final term, Lilydale kept the Blues scoreless to run 80 point winners, with injured ruckman Swizza Swierzbiolek and captain Will Edwards sorely missed.

The Blues have a chance to respond next week against Mulgrave, who also suffered a bad loss, it will be a good chance for the Blues to score their second win of the year, with Swizza, Paul Savage, 250 gamer Michael Harrison, and Trent Bacon all expected to be back in the senior team in the coming rounds.

Waverley Reserves: 2.0.12   2.1.13   5.2.32   5.5.35

Lilydale Reserves: 4.2.26   8.5.53   10.10.70   15.14 104

A dirty day for the reserves say Lilydale run away 69-point winners.

A close contest in the first quarter kept the Falcons on their toes, but a goalless second term allowed Lilydale to break to contest open.

Fighting back, the Blues won the third quarter by 2-points, however a second scoreless term in the final quarter meant that it was too little left to too few for Waverley.

Daniel Molloy and James Hansen made welcome returns from injury, and made their case for senior selection with strong performances, while Sam Le Cerf and Al Feary kicked two goals each.

Waverley Under 19s: 1.1.7   2.3.15   3.3.21   4.4.28

Lilydale Under 19s 4.0.24   7.3.45   12.6.78   15.7.97

The Under 19s suffered a bad loss against Lilydale, scoring just 1 goal in each quarter.

Lilydale put on a strong performance from the start, and domianted both defensively and in attack.

Max Dawe was good for Waverley, putting in a strong performance yet again that could have him called upon to seniors in the coming weeks, while Nicholas Buckley was also good on the day, managing a goal for the Blues.

It leaves Waverley with a serious chance to make a run for the finals, as they play Mulgrave who sit just one place ahead on the ladder.


Waverley Blues Major Trivia Night

First prize: $1000, Second $250

Silent auctions, raffles, football memorabilia, and lots more - don't miss out!

Hosted by Quizzame! With high tech new electronic controller answering & scoring system!!

Location: Holy Family School Hall, 250 Stephensons Road, Mount Waverley

Date: Saturday 15 July 2017

Time: 7.30 – 11pm

BYO food and drink

Entry $25 per person (booking a table of 10 is preferred)


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4 time premiership player and 3 time All Australian with the Hawthorn Football Club, and member of if its Team of the Century. Played 154 games and kicked 293 goals. Currently General Manager of the Frankston Dolphins VFL team



TIME: 12pm to 2:30pm



CONTACT: Dwayne 0402853218 or waverleyblues@efl.org.au


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U19s get the points while Senior teams struggle through injuries

Waverley Blues: 0.8.8    0.12.12    2.15.27   4.19.43

Upper F'Tree Gully: 2.3.15    8.6.54    10.12.72    11.15.81

Waverley remains on just one win in 2017 after a very dissapointing result against Upper Ferntree Gully.

Arriving to the game with premium intensity and a dominant display, inaccurcay would haunt the blues, who managed just eight behinds in the first quarter, while the Kings put through two goals and three behinds to lead by seven.

Had Waverley converted, they could well have found themselves on the right side of a momentum buffer with a 30-odd point margin in their favour.

The tune would continue in the second term, with the Blues still unable to convert, while the Kings made the most of their opportunity, putting six goals through the big sticks to lead by 36-points at the major break.

Finally, Matthew Sharpe would kick the first goal for the Blues in the third quarter, and would end with another major, but it was too little too late as Kings won the match by 38-points.

However positive signs were shown in the Blues last quarter, which they won showing that they still possess the desire to win through a never-say-die attitude.

Michael Robinson played his first game for the year, bringing in good run off half back, while Ben Turner came back from injury to fill his role at half back, with episodes in the middle of the ground, replacing Matt Harrison and Pual Savage injured who were injued from last week's match.

Coach Scott Hunter mixed the team up a little bit to try and get going in the second half, and while it couldn't cause a paradigm shift on the field, it showed glimpses of what both he and the team is capable of.

Swizza Swierzbiolek tried hard all day and was the best for the Blues, while youngster Ryan McNamara was good on half back and wing backing up his form.

Ryan 'Surfer' Serpanchy also contributed with a solid performance.

Despite the result, much fun was had at the Ladies Night and Miss Waverley Blues on Satruday night.

The events keep coming, with the Gary Buchenara Luncheon kicking off our round 10 clash next Saturday against Lilydale.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Waverley Blues Reserves: 3.0.18   4.2.26    5.7.37    6.8.44

Upper F'Tree Gully Reserves: 2.0.12    4.2.26    7.3.45    9.4.58

The Waverley Reserves put in a strong performance against Upper Ferntree Gully, but ultimately the home side played the conditions better with the size of the ground, their spread and carry much better.

The Blues led at quarter time and were poised for a big game.

Dwayne Wathen, returning for just his second game of the year kicked a goal tp give the Blues the lead in the second quarter, though both teams went into quarter time on 4.2.26.

The Kings kicked some key goals in the third quarter, controlled the ball much better, giving the Blues few opportunities to attack the scoreboard.

The Kings kept their momentum for the remainder of the game, and ran out winners by 14 points.

Rhys McLeod went off hamstring injury, also dampening the day for the Blues.

Charlie Stratford was moved down back and played well, while Luke Glossop played well on the wing with his run and carry, not letting his size get the better of him with some strong marks.

Waverley Blues U19s: 2.2.14    5.3.33    6.6.42    12.8.80

Upper F'Tree Gully U19s: 2.0.12    4.1.25    5.3.33    5.4.34

The Waverley Blues Under 19s had a great game against Upper Ferntree Gully.

While the Kings kept close to the Blues, Waverley held the lead for majority of the game, with just 9-points separating the teams at the last change.

However a huge final quarter put the Blues on the winners list.

Six goals to just one behind meant the Blues would run out 36-point winners - a solid result for the team going forward.

Waverey Blues Women: 8.6.54

Norwood Women: 6.3.39

The Waverley women's team put on their third win in a row, as they beat Norwood by 15-points.

A tight seesawing affair provided a tough game, but Waverley was able to break clear and put away Norwood, who put up a brave fight.

Sam Allen, in stellar form, kicked half of Waverley's goals with four majors, while Jess McKenna put up a strong performance in the backline.

Bridget Murphy, who is also having a strong season, was good through the middle.

The girls have a bye this coming weekend, before they face Heathmont at home on Sunday July 2.


We are thrilled to welcome Benson's Mt Waverley as the first ever sponsor for our EFL Netball Team!

Bensons is a casual fine dining restaurant, offering eclectic Modern Australian cuisine and warm hospitality in a recently renovated venue. A warm and homely facility with banquet seating and gentle lighting, contribute to an intimate and contemporary feel. They also have another great venue in Brighton!

Our Club will receive a rebate back to the Club to help fund our netball team equipment and uniforms - so make sure you show your Waverley Blues membership when at Bensons!



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Blues put up fight but it's not enough against the Devils

Waverley Blues: 0.0.0   3.1.19   7.3.45   9.3.57

Wantirna South:   5.5.35   9.8.62   9.13.67   14.16.100

Goals: Engley 2, Sharpe 2, Edwards 2, Savage, McNamara, Benjamin

The Waverley Blues have gone down to Wantirna South in a disappointing day on the field for the club.

Despite some promising signs going forward, with a strong third quarter that brought the Blues back into the contest, lapses in composure a drive gave the Devils every opportunity to capitalise.

While Wantirna started the game with much of the possession, good pressure kept them at bay early.

However two quick goals midway through the first quarter threatened to blow the game away, and things were looking dire for Waverley who had barely entered their forward half for the entire quarter.

The second quarter looked set to follow the same tune, with the Devils kicking a goal just 20 seconds into the term, blowing the margin out to 41 points.

Waverley finally converted their first score with a grubby soccer goal off the ground, with youngster Ryan McNamara provided great run and drive, but numbers back meant Wantirna South was able to rebound and counter the Blues' attacks, with the onslaught continuing.

Then came a highlight from Simon Hawkins with a great mark running back with the flight, but again poor composure meant Wantirna South would continue their dominance.

Waverley's second goal came from a free kick, while Matthew Engley kicked a nice goal late against the flow in time on.

However the margin was looking grim, down by 43-points at half time and a man down with Paul Savage off with a shoulder injury.

With the Devils again scoring quickly off the mark, it looked like Waverley's day was about to get worse, but to their credit they played their best quarter for the day and genuinely threatened to pull off a remarkable come back.

Matthew Sharpe started the run with the first goal of the term, before Matthew Engley kicked his second of the term to bring the margin down to 33.

Enter Will Edwards, and the skipper converted after a strong mark at the top of the goal square, which led to a scuffle and a Devil's player being sent off.

The captain then kicked his second goal, an incredible drop punt on the boundary line to reduce the margin to 21.

Poor kicking from Wantirna South helped the blues cause, as they went into the break just 22-points down and with all the momentum in their favour.

The final term see-sawed to begin with, with the two teams trading goals early.

However Wantirna South ran out the match better, and kicked the final three goals of the match to win by 43 points.

Despite the result, a huge congratulations goes out to Matthew Harrison for his 250th game for the club - he is the first blue to do so!

The loss sees Waverley isolated on the bottom of the ladder, and keen as ever to find their second win of the season.

Waverley Blues Reserves: 1.5.11   2.7.19   4.7.31   5.7.37

Wantirna South Reserves: 3.0.18   6.1.37   10.2.62   15.5.95

Early Inaccuracy from Waverley haunted the Blues, with much more of the ball in the first term, but an inability to convert had them trailling by 7-points at the first change where they should have been a few goals up.

The Devils played a stronger brand of football in the second quarter and extended the margin to 18-points, with Waverley still well and truly in the game.

Concussions to Daley McKenzie and Sam Le Cerf didn't help the Blues cause, with Wantirna South capitalising on the extra legs and rotations and kicking four goals to two for the quarter, which had them double the score of Waverley despite having just one more scoring shot.

The first four goals to the Devils in the last quarter all but sealed the result, with Wantirna South running out 58-point winners.

Waverley Blues U19s: 2.4.16   6.6.42   8.13.61   14.15.99

Wantirna South U19s: 1.1.7   1.3.9   3.5.23   4.8.32

The Waverley Blues Under 19s had a great all round performance against Wantirna South, with much better ball use and determination on the day.

What was a close contest earley was blown out in the second quarter, with four goals added to the margin which saw Waverley lead by 33-points at the main change, before continuing on their merry way and winning by 67-points.

Youngsters Kyle Viccars and Maw Dawe both performed well and showed promising signs going forward, while Jaye O'Connell kicked three goals.

With the long weekend, the junior teams and women's team had byes, but all teams will be back next weekend.

Go Blues!


The Waverley Blues are thrilled to announce a new two year sponsorship agreement with Monash's favourite hotel the Notting Hill Hotel!

Members and supporters of the Club are encouraged to grab a Waverley Blues/Notting Hill loyalty card from the Club, where all purchases (excluding the bottle shop), come back as a rebate to the Club. 

As a new exciting initiative the Club will also now have Furphy beer on tap, as well as cans and bottles at the bar!

We encourage all players, members, supporters and sponsors to support the Nott when choosing to hold a function, or simply a catch up with friends and family over a drink and feed. If you haven't been to the Nott for a while, make sure you check out their new Steak House restaurant and new and improved famous courtyard! They also continue to have the best beers and drinks on tap too!

When at the Nott, make sure you say hello to the staff and manager Kris Chapman to let you know you are from the Blues!


(03) 9544 3031 (notting hill hotel) (03) 9562 7789 (thirsty camel bottleshop)

260-262 ferntree gully road,notting hill vic 3168

Women show the way in a tough day for Waverley

Waverley Blues: 2.5.17   2.6.18   5.8.38   7.11.53

Knox Falcons: 2.1.13   8.3.51   13.6.84   20.11.131

Goals: Savage 2, Engley 2, Edwards, Swierzbiolek, Benjamin

Another tough week for Waverley saw early misses cost the Blues with Knox taking full advantage of their opportunities.

Some late outs also hurt the Blues, with the last two Best-and-Fairest winners Ben Turner and Matthew Sharpe, as well as recruit Trent Bacon all being left out of the final team.

Had the Blues converted some close misses, they could've found themselves three or four goals up at the first change and threatened ladder leaders Knox, but instead lead by just four points at the first break.


Those extra goals could have been handy for the Blues thereafter, as the Falcons opened the floodgates kicking six goals to none in the second term, seemingly running away from Waverley.

Waverley tried to stem the flow in the third quarter, restricting Knox to just five while kicking three of their own goals, however the Falcons showed why they are undefeated this year with sublime skills and first class ball use.

Knox ran away in the last term with seven goals, winning by 78-points, while Waverley remains on the bottom of the ladder, looking for their second win of the year.

As always captain Will Edwards led from the front with a goal and unmatchable effort in the middle.


Paul Savage was also impressive with two goals up forward and immense pressure.

Youngster Paul McNamara also impressed in his second game of senior footy, while Rob Tomlin and Michael Hogan made their long awaited returns to senior footy this year.

This weekend Waverley has a serious opportunity to add four points to their tally, as they host Wantirna South at Waverley Reserve.

Altough sitting in 7th, the Devils have just one win more than Waverley, though they won't be easy beats as they also come off a dissapointing loss.

Waverley Reserves: 1.2.8   1.3.9   1.3.9   1.4.10

Knox Reserves: 3.4.22   9.7.61   13.12.90   15.19.109

Goals: Young

A dissapointing day for the reserves saw just one goal for the Blues, as they went down to Knox by 99-points.

A competitive first quarter saw the Blues trailling by 14-points, with spectators sensing a game on their hands.


However instead they would witness the Falcons kicking away, with six unaswered goals for the quarter placing them very comfrotably in front with a 52-point advantage at the half.

Knox would keep the Blues goalless for the rest of the game, and would run out to lead by 81 points at three quarter time, while Waverley managed to keep the final margin under triple figures.

Daley MacKenzie was best on ground for Waverley, trying hard all day, and putting his body on the line.Lachie Feary and David Santalucia were also impressive in the middle, while Luke Ewart had a solid performance in the backline.

An injury to Fraser Clartworthy in the final term further soured the day for the Blues.

Waverley Under 19s: 4.4.28   7.4.46   10.4.64   10.4.64

Knox Under 19s: 1.1.7   1.7.13   4.11.35   8.18.66

Goals: Miller 4, O'Connell 3, Facey 2, Kinsella

The Under 19s looked like upsetting Knox as they got away to and early lead in the first quarter, before woeful kicking from the Falcons youngsters almost had them out of the game.

However chasing a 29-point margin at 3/4 time, Knox came home hard while Waverley ran out of legs, a come from behind win saw the Blues go scoreless in the final term.

The juniors should rebound strongly next week against Wantirna South, who have won just one game for the year.

Waverley Women: 3.11.29

Knox Women: 2.8.20

Goals: Allen 2, Glare

Despite some big outs for Waverley, the women rose to the challenge to defeat Knox by 9 points at Schultz Reserve.

Teneille Francis starred in her farewell game, as she embarks on a new journey in her life, and she will be missed in the backline for the remainder of the year.

Clara Zwack, Charlotte Krelle, Olivia Baxter, Penny Panayi and Kahlia Rogers were also impressive.

The win showed just how much the girls have developed over the year.

Next week looks promising for Waverley, who will look to make it 4 four wins, as they play Norwood, who have just one win to their game.

A Big thank you to Teneille Francis as she embarks on a new journey into the Navy. We thank her for her support and service to the Waverley Blues, and wish her well.


Back by popular demand and a two year absence, our Ladies Night is back!

- Witness a new winner of the Misss Waverley Blues competition - a player revue by our Men's players. Who will take the mantle from reigning two time winner Luke Taunt!?

- DJ Entertainment all night from Senior player Kieran Vanderwal (resident DJ at Waa Waa Lounge), followed by Karaoke 

- Ticket price includes beer, wine and soft drink from 730-1030pm and finger food throughout the night. Spirits at bar prices, with further drink specials on the night including Expresso Martinis! 

Mt Waverley Reserve Club Rooms

Saturday 17th June 2017

730pm - 1230pm

Tickets: $35 LADIES $50 MEN (includes drink and food package)

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Reserves, U19s, Women of Waverley Match Reports

While the seniors played out their first win on the weekend, the reserves and the under 19s didn't quite get the results they were after.

Waverley Reserves: 2.0.12   3.1.19   4.1.25   5.4.34

Croydon Reserves: 2.3.15   8.5.53   12.10 82   14.13 97

Croydon's reserves sat underfeated on top of the ladder, Waverley was up for the fight early with a goal to Ali Feary in the first minute. Croydon seemed to be in control of the game thereafter, but couldn't hurt Waverley on the scoreboard.

Waverley kicked its second goal through a free kick, late in the first quarter.

However it all turned south from there, as Croydon piled on six goals to one in the second quarter to establish a 34-point lead at half time.

Croydon continued with the momentum in the third quarter, before Waverley stemmed the flow in the final term, resulting in a 63-point margin at full time.

Poor kicking efficiency let Waverley down, however their energy and application of pressure was admirable throughout the day considering the circumstances.

Waverley Under 19s: 2.1.13   2.3.15   2.5.17 6.9.45

Croydon Unders 19s: 1.5.11   5.8.38   7.15.57   9.17.71

Waverley's Under 19's team hosted Croydon for the first match of the day, and went into the quarter time break with a two point lead, thanks to inaccurate kicking from Croydon.

However the visitors wouldn't be restrained, with poor disposal again letting Waverley down, with Croydon skipping out to a 23-point lead at half time.

Kicking woes returned in the third quarter for Croydon, however Waverley lacked competitiveness in the air, and left Croydon with too many clean chains of play.

Waverley put in a much stronger effort in the last term, winning the quarter 4.4.28 - 2.2.14, but it was too little too late as Croydon won by 26-points.


Waverley Women: 5.8.38

Yarra Junction: 3.2.20

at Pinewood Reserve

Waverley women had much better fortunes, as they won their second game of the year against Yarra Junction by 18-points.

Bridget Murphy and Sam Allen were amongst the best, while Charlotte Krelle was solid on debut.

Ellie Bowden also kicked her first goal in one of the day's highlights.

Coach Chris Goldstraw commended the progress of the girls this year, saying it was "fantastic to see how many scoring shots were made through Pressure"

"No one walked off too injured either, which was nice as well".

Waverley will play a block buster match next Saturday night away against Mt Evelyn.

by Will Zwar | @zwar_w

Waverley holds on for first win of the year

Waverley Blues: 3.3.21   6.3.39   10.4.64   12.5.77

Croydon Blues: 4.2.26   5.4.34   7.5.47   11.9.75

Goals: Engley 5, Savage 2, Swierzbiolek 2, Bacon, Sharpe, D Playsted

The Waverley Blues have held on to a two point win after a late Croydon play saw them come back from five goals early in the fourth quarter.

Mark Engley was among the best with five majors to his name, while Matthew Sharpe also provided direction up forward and kicked a goal.

Daniel Playsted was also impressive in the middle, while Ned Slater and Al Playsted were also dynamic and contributed to the cause all day.

A brave performance had Waverley down one man for most of the contest, before another injury just before the final siren had fans clenching their teeth.

Waverley started strong, eager to get their first win of the year, but a lapse in concentration late in the first term saw Croydon kick three goals and lead by five points at the first change.

Engley opened Waverley's account early in the second quarter however, with a nice goal from outside the arc on a tight angle to regain the lead.

Confidence was brewing, with a nice play, startng with a Dylan Cole run-down tackle, allowed Wes Smith to set up Adam Swierzbiolek in the goal square.

However an injury to Sam Mier after a heavy bump saw him sidelined for the day, while a brawl erupted, stopping play before Hayden Lovat was sent off by the umpires.

Waverley maintained their momentum though and went into the half up by five points.

Waverley broke open the game in the premiership quarter, with Egley again kicking from long range to extend the margin, before Trent Bacon slotted the goal after the day, borking a defender and then kicking from the arc on the boundary line.

The Croydon defence was also impressive, keeping the lively and lippy Justine Ficorilli to just a goal for the quarter, while also capitalisting on his mistakes on the counter-attack.

Daniel Playstead goalled early in the final term to extend the margin to 23 points, before Croydon mounted a comeback and threatened Waverley's chances at a first win.

But they ran out of time, with Waverley holding on, giving Scott Hunter his first win in his first game at the helm.

by Will Zwar | @zwar_w


Waverley Blues Major Trivia Night

First prize: $1000, Second $250

Silent auctions, raffles, football memorabilia, and lots more - don't miss out!

Hosted by Quizzame! With high tech new electronic controller answering & scoring system!!

Location: Holy Family School Hall, 250 Stephensons Road, Mount Waverley

Date: Saturday 15 July 2017

Time: 7.30 – 11pm

BYO food and drink

Entry $25 per person (booking a table of 10 is preferred)


EFT Preferred to Waverley Blues Football Club

BSB: 633 000    ACCT: 136267168

Reference: Your Name ‘Trivia’

Or online via credit card below

Prizes : First prize: $1000, Second $250

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The Waverley Blues Football Club wish to announce Scott Hunter as interim coach for season 2017.

Scott is a familiar face at the club, returning after being our senior coach from 2009-2012. Between 2012 and now, Scott has spent time at East Burwood Football Club (where he assumed a similar position with them in 2015) and more recently Knox Football Club. Scott is part of the Waverley Blues Family and was only too happy to come back and take the reins.

We ask that everyone gets behind and supports Scott in the role he has taken on.



4 time premiership player and 3 time All Australian with the Hawthorn Football Club, and member of if its Team of the Century. Played 154 games and kicked 293 goals. Currently General Manager of the Frankston Dolphins VFL team



TIME: 12pm to 2:30pm



CONTACT: Dwayne 0402853218 or waverleyblues@efl.org.au


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It's with regret that our club announces the resignation of our Senior Coach Ben Carboni. Ben notified the Club of his resignation on Friday morning, which the Committee has since accepted.

Ben has been a wonderful servant of our club for many years, as a Junior player and Senior playing coach, and signs off as a valuable member of the Waverley Blues community.

The club will now actively search and recruit for a suitable Senior Coach to complete the remainder of this season, and for future years.

The Waverley Blues is forging a strong financial position via sponsorship & membership growth, and has a good playing list with a strong Junior program coming through. We remain confident that we have the opportunity to have a successful year on and off the field this season and long into the future.

Stephen Pewtress

President - Waverley Blues Football Netball Club


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Another big home game is scheduled for this Saturday 29th April at Mt Waverley Reserve. This will be a historic day for the Club with the first ever official game for our Women's football team. Get down early to support the ladies! 

1030am - Waverley Blues Women's Team vs Chirnside Park
12pm - Reserves vs Mitcham FC
2pm - Seniors vs Mitcham FC
(our undefeated U19s have the bye)

Our canteen, bar, BBQ and coffee van will be open all day, along with the oppurtunity to purchase club merchandise and memberships. For free entry make sure you show your Membership card at the gate.

Our new Women's football jumpers, proudly sponsored by Basilico Resturants and She Science


We are pleased to welcome on board as a Club Sponsor for 2017 Sea Blue Fish & Grill.

Under new management, the business has decided to support the Blues and we ask our people to support them. With over 30 years of experience Dimitri, Angela & Family give the highest level of Service and use the finest ingredients with 100% cholesterol free oil.

Gluten Free Menu is also available.

Sea Blue Fish & Grill are located at 305 Stephensons Rd, Mount Waverley next to another WBFC Sponsor in Mortgage Choice Waverley.

Be sure to mention you’re from the Waverley Blues when you ‘re in the shop! You might be lucky to get a free extra potato cake :) 

Address: 305 Stephensons Rd, Mount Waverley VIC 3149

Phone: (03) 9830 8182

Trading Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 8:30pm