Welcome to the Power House Amateur Football Club

The Power House Football Club has a proud history associated with the Victorian Amateur Football Association since 1947. In 2015, Power House is competing in Division 3.

Power House welcome players of all ages and abilities to enjoy our great football and social club.

Power House provides a great social environment and first class facilties, at the same time, striving for the ultimate on field success. Feel free to jump on board as a player or supporter. See you on the track.

New Players Welcome

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Coaches Blog – 2015 begins now….

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Welcome class of 2015 to the most exciting season yet. After two years of consolidation and growth, PHFC is now ready to explode and bring home that elusive Premiership.

In 2014 the PHFC reserves followed up a finals campaign with a top four finish and place in a preliminary final before being knocked out of the race prematurely. Our seniors dropped games against lower ranked opposition at key periods throughout the year and despite defeating the eventual runners up convincingly as well as most other finals sides, we missed out on a spot in the top 6 by percentage, our poor kicking seemingly costing us late in the year.

Despite this, we take some huge positives into season 2015. A stable coaching panel and leadership group, supported by a developing and rapidly improving list sees us in a strong position leading into our biggest season for many years.

As Senior Coach of the first XVIII I am committed to building a successful and sustained culture of ruthlessness, determination, accountability and leadership as we set out to enjoy winning together.

A big pre season awaits us at the Ross Gregory Oval and with new fitness coach and ex AFL player Ezra Poyas at the helm, the club is in the best possible hands as we raise the bar once again in the search for ultimate glory.

As always, we welcome players of all abilities and skill levels, from right across Melbourne. We are of course the home away from home for country footballers all around Victoria living and working in Melbourne and the St Kilda / Albert Park area. It is truly a great club and we look forward to sharing our successes with the entire Power House community.

Go House

Anthony Voyage

Senior Coach

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Round 5 – Match Reviews

Once again it was mixed feelings for the PHAFC boys in Round 5, The Seniors let a chance slip and the Reserves made it 4 wins in 5 games.

For the seniors Davis Burnside was best, he won many crucial centre clearances in the 2nd quarter to keep the House in the game, but unfortunately PHAFC did not make use of the wind when they had it. An 8 goal last quarter from Eley Park killed the contest. Benny Circosta and Adam Collett were brave all day, unfortunately there were too many players down on the day.

For the Reserves it was a different story with a strong team getting the 4 points! Greg ‘Ring-a-ding-ding’ Bell continued to mark everything that came his way, Patty Arnold was back to his goal kicking best and Nico Jeffrey popped up again with a few goals.

Phil Mackney was relishing his opportunity on the ball and Josh Cheney also made a welcome return to form. Things were going so well that even Scratcher was doing comedy material in his quarter time speech.

It looms as a tough week on the track and the seniors have their work cut out for them when they face ladder leaders Emmaus St Leos at home on Saturday afternoon.

Seniors Match Report:

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Power House AFC 5.4-34 10.6-66 13.10-88 14.11-95
Eley Park Sharks 2.3-15 8.8-56 11.10-76 19.13-127

Power House AFC

Goal Kickers: A. Collett 4, L. Stubbs 4, S. Watson 2, A. Reynolds , T. Collett , C. Urwin , B. Circosta
Best Players: , D. Burnside , B. Circosta , L. Stubbs , A. Collett , B. Leske

 Reserves Match Report:

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Power House AFC 4.0-24 8.3-51 11.4-70 16.6-102
Eley Park Sharks 1.3-9 1.4-10 5.7-37 8.10-58

Power House AFC

Goal Kickers: N. Jeffrey 3, P. Arnold 3, P. Mackney 2, B. Roberts , L. Peters , M. Leonard , G. Bell , G. Murphy , J. Theofanis , B. Cox , K. Sheehan
Best Players: , P. Arnold , J. Cheney , P. Mackney , J. Cox , B. Griffin , G. Bell