Thursday, August 11, 2011
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Premiers - Port Melbourne
Ron Cullen, Terry Amy, Ron Adams, Michael Gibson, Charlie Marshall, Robin Morris, John Plymin, Barry Scott, Niel Sturgess and Austin Wang
Consolation winners - Footscray
Keith Haines, lvan Bell, Chris Simmons, Andrew McMillan, Emmanuel Nagahesi, Joe Paterno, Michael Burgess
Championship fours - Footscray
lvan Bell, Chris Simmons, Andrew McMillan and Keith Haines
Championship pairs - Port Melbourne
Robin Morris, Barry Scott
Singles champion - South Melbourne
Ladies champion - Sandridge
Jim Drew trophy
(highest average individual score) - Brunswick
Jim Drew shield
(highest average team score) - Sandridge with 2001 goals
Runner-up shield - Brunswick
G. Dansie and M. Davis
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Footscray Trugo club, with the oldest Trugo clubhouse, will be shutting down after nearly 70 years of service to the elderly people of Footscray and the players of Trugo around Melbourne.
Is this an April fools joke? No, sadly it is not. This historic building and grounds need a Trugo team! If you have a passion for history, maybe you can help preserve a piece of the past and field a Trugo Team for Footscray?
Footscray Trugo Club 10-Feb-1940 to 1-April-2009
R.I.P - Trugo was played here!
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
2 Port Melbourne
4 Brunswick City
The Semi-Finals will be:
Brunswick v. Port Melbourne
Eagles v. Brunswick City
Where: Sandridge next Thursday
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
New York television film crew from "No Reservations" made a reservation today to checkout a strange game played by the elderly folk of Melbourne Australia called Trugo.
Gerald Strachan, captain of the Brunswick Trugo team, talks with Anthony Bourdain and Matt Preston about how the game is played.
Watch the match between Anthony and Matt on the Discovery Channel "No Reservations" sometime soon.
"No Reservations" dives headfirst into life's colorful and rich pageant. Join Anthony Bourdain as he circumnavigates the globe on his conquest to discover the cities, villages and countries that provide life's truest surprises.
Anthony Bourdain is a 28-year veteran of professional kitchens, having worked as a dishwasher, line cook and chef in places good, bad and horrible -- most of them in New York City
Matt Preston is a food writer, cravat fan and purveyor of all things food and beverage. One hat is that of creative director of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, and another is food critic for The Age news paper. Born in bonny England, his food writing has seen him travel the world.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
21 - G. Strachan (Brunswick)
21 - J. Cooke (Brunswick City)
21 - M. Christophou (Brunswick)
21 - P. Strachan (Brunswick)
|Round 10||Thursday, 20 November 2008||Brunswick||142||defeats||Yarraville||101|
|Brunswick City||130||defeats||Ascot Vale||103|
Thursday, November 13, 2008
21 - B. Scott (Port Melbourne)
|Round 9||Thursday, 13 November 2008||Brunswick City||128||defeats||South Melbourne||111|
Thursday, October 30, 2008
|Round 8||Thursday, 30 October 2008||Sandridge||132||defeats||Footscray||125|
|Port Melbourne||121||defeats||South Melbourne||114|
Thursday, October 23, 2008
22 - G. Strachan (Brunswick)
21 - H. Grimwood (South Melbourne)
21 - R. Schwarze (Eagles)
|Round 7||Thursday, 23 October 2008||Brunswick||139||defeats||Sandridge||129|
|Port Melbourne||135||defeats||Ascot Vale||122|