Cheltenham has signed a member of the team that famously took the Bullogs to their first top-division success in Eastern.
Key forward Josh Fox, fresh from a strong half-season in Tasmania, will be back at Cheltenham in 2021.
We are pleased to announce the reappointment of Des Ryan as senior football coach for season 2021.
Des will be joined by former Richmond teammate, Justin Pickering as his senior assistant coach, with Greg Barclay and Scott Mellick to steer the reserves.
Des and his team again did a wonderful job during the disruption caused by the ...
Dear Cheltenham Football Netball Club community,
Last night, following the recent rise in COVID-19 numbers and changes to spectator attendance restrictions and change room capacity, the Southern Football Netball League board made the decision to cancel the Men’s Senior, Reserve and Thirds football competitions for 2020.
As a club, ...
Currently due to not having any netball facilities at Jack Barker Oval, our netballers compete and train at alternate venues.
Our netballers are desperate to have the opportunity to train alongside the footballers and be able to attend after training meals and social activities.
The installation of a netball court at Cheltenham ...
After 105 games in the state league the classy defender has joined 2019 Division 1 grand finalist Cheltenham.
Classy VFL defender Oliver Tate is heading for the Southern league.
Tate, living and working locally, today signed for 2019 Division 1 grand finalist Cheltenham after deciding to retire from Williamstown.
The 27-year-old ...
The 2019 Club Champion Dinner was held at Southern Golf Club last night with nearly 200 people in attendance to celebrate what was another great year on the field and court.
Dylan Weickhardt's fine first season at the club saw him named Club Champion just ahead of fellow newcomer Sam Hayes, while Annabelle Gorman won the best and fairest ...
It was a familiar sight on the premiership dais: jubilant Dingley players, with their beaming coach, Shane Morwood.
Count them and commend them: the Dingoes on Saturday captured their fourth Southern league Division 1 flag in five years, defeating Cheltenham by 12 points and prompting Morwood to declare Dingley could now be considered a ...
For a long time Cheltenham’s standing in Division 1 of the Southern was a bit like a Matchbox Twenty tune, middle of the road.
The Rosellas have stayed in the top flight since 1996, but neither seriously challenged for a flag nor flirted with relegation.
They would appear in the finals here and there, then drop back to sixth or ...
It was everywhere in the Cheltenham changerooms rooms and outside them too since so many supporters couldn’t get in.
They came from everywhere to hear the club song, and they slapped the backs of the players so hard it would be no surprise if one or two of the Rosellas seek the services of a chiropractor this week.