Back after the Easter break, get ready for an action packed weekend.

Kicking off with Round 1 for our Women’s Master’s Team against Sth Belgrave at Sth Belgrave Reserve, an historic match for the club.

Friday night also sees our Men’s Vets take on North Ringwood in Round 2 at Quambee Reserve.

On Saturday the Senior and Development men are off to HE Parker to face off against Heathmont in Round 2 and our Senior and Development Women play their last practice matches at home against Knox and Nunawading respectively.

Let’s get it, Hawka!


Get ready for a huge weekend for the Hawka!

This weekend sees Round 1 kick off for our Senior Men and Development Men vs The Basin at home on Saturday, followed by Vets Men vs Croydon North MLOC on Sunday, also at Tormore.

With the start of the season still a few weeks away our Senior Women and Development Women play their first practice matches against Eastern Devils at Miller Park, followed by the inaugural practice match for our Women’s Masters team vs Mooroolbark!

The Junior Season also kicks off this weekend, so make sure you get around the club and support wherever you can.

For all of the details, check out the Match Centre on the Eastern Football Netball League website.

Men’s Practice Matches v Old Carey

Boronia hosted Old Carey Grammarians from the VAFA for two men’s practice matches at Tormore Reserve on Saturday 25 March.

Not a great day for goal kicking, but two good games to take us into Round 1 of the EFNL season against The Basin at Tormore Reserve. Many thanks to Old Carey for two well matched games.

  • Seniors: Boronia 9.17 71 d Old Carey 6.11 47.
  • Development Team: Boronia 14.9 d Old Carey 3.5


Many thanks to Seaford Football Netball Club for hosting us once again for the third year. Always a very good match up and played in good spirit. Thanks to Wayne Preston and Samantha Dunkinson for today’s updates.

Full time was called early after an injury to a Seaford player. Final scores Boronia 6.10 46 to Seaford 2.1 13. The boys looked good in hot windy conditions. Luke Hannon recorded his first win as coach, stepping in for Matt Clark.

In what was an even performance, the top four were Mitch Mellis, Ryan White, Jarrod Lake and Jess Bolton. All the new recruits played really well also.

Although a bit short on numbers on the day, Boronia’s Development Team won 7.2 44 v Seaford 2.4 16.