A gallant effort but South Melbourne Districts were too strong with a great last quarter to run away with the win and leaving our Reserve Men devastated.
A come-from-behind win in the wet sees our Reserve Men into the Grand Final for the first time since 2013.
Two disappointing loses in the first round of finals for the Trobers. Senior eliminated but Reserve Men have a second chance.
U19’s finishing off the season with a ten-goal win in style, as our other men’s side turn their focus to finals.
Reserve Men lock in second place and a finals double chance, while our Senior Men knock off the top side cementing a finals spot and announcing themselves as serious contenders.
Reserve Men get the job done but the Senior Men make hard work of it to push into the top four.
A big road trip down to South Mornington saw the Reserve Men fall short and the Senior Men pile on a massive win to boost their finals chances.
U19’s return, Reserve Men get a massive percentage boost, Senior Men grind out a must needed win and Samantha Greene hangs the boots up after 150 senior games of football for La Trobe.
Past Players Day was a huge success with close to 80 past players in attendance for the 88/89 Premiership Reunion and the Women’s Team of the Decade. On-field the Reserve Men made it four wins in a row, while the Senior Women celebrated the day with another win.
A tough day out in freezing cold and wet conditions for the Trobers but the Reserve Men held on for their third win in a row.
Alain ‘Mean Al’ Baillie plays his 100th game in a wet weather slog, the girls get back to back wins and the Trobers celebrate with the Annual Ball that night.
Trober girls start to hit their stride with a comfortable win on the road, but the U19 boys struggled to score away in the mud.
Sponsors Day and the ’99 Premiership Reunion had big numbers in support of our Trober teams last Saturday with plenty of highlights from the day down at the Tony Sheehan Oval.
Senior Men put the foot down and start firing on all cylinders with a massive win.
A big day for the Trobers with three wins, including the Senior Women’s first of the season and the Senior Men winning with a kick after the siren.
The Senior Women put up a strong fight under lights on Friday night, as the men’s team fall short again in a close battles.
The Senior Men knocked off the undefeated Eley Park, while the Reserve Men and U19 Men proceeded with two thrilling matches.
The Women and U19 Men moved divisions which saw the Trobers play four thrilling battles but unfortunately only the Reserve Men went home with the four points this round.
Our Senior and Reserve Men had the bye while our U19 Men played Aquinas under lights on the Friday night and the Women played away with just the one team.
Only one win of five for the Trobers with the Reserve Men registering their first win under new coaches Laz and Squeak.
Two victories on the opening round for the Trobers on the new Tony Sheehan Oval in front of family and friends to kickstart season 2019.