GOTAFE GVL Wraps Up the Mo Cup Premiership Challenge











GOTAFE GVL Wraps Up the 2020 “Mo Cup” Premiership Challenge.

Movember is the leading charity changing the face of men's health, and this Movember, the GOTAFE Goulburn Valley League (GVL) joined in the fun by holding the inaugural GOTAFE GVL Mo’ Cup Premiership Challenge.

To help support this initiative GVL Board Chairman David Roff & Board Member Brett Stevens led the charge for the board and grew Mo’s.

GVL Board Chairman David Roff said, “We put the challenge out to everyone at each of our member clubs, and across the community, to join us in the inaugural GOTAFE GVL Mo’ Premiership Cup Challenge. We had 33 participants from 8 of our member clubs sign up as Mo’ Bros & Mo Sisters to help raise vital funds for men’s health.”

Mr Roff continued by saying, “I am so pleased to announce that collectively, we raised $18,292. The inaugural GOTAFE GVL Mo Cup Premiership Challenge has been a fun way to raise awareness for a vital cause. It’s also been a great way to get players, coaches, committee members, trainers, volunteers and more involved.”

Winners are as follows:

Mo’ Premiership Cup – Best Club

  1. Mooroopna FNC $5,000
  2. Benalla Saints FNC $4,135
  3. Shepparton Swans FNC $3,115

Mo’ Premiership Cup – Best Individual

  1. Jarrod Sutherland (Shepparton Swans FNC) $2,765
  2. Brody Webster (Benalla Saints FNC) $1,380
  3. Matt Deane (Mooroopna FNC) $1,300

Mo-rrison Medal Winner – Jarrod Sutherland (Shepparton Swans) with 186 votes.

The GVL will be awarding trophies for each category and Premiership Mo’ Medals to the winning team. Trophies were made by Len Taylor from GV Woodworkers. The Mo-rrison Medal and Best Individual Trophies were presented to winner Jarrod Sutherland earlier this evening. The Best Club trophy will be presented to Mooroopna FNC in the near future.

GVL Operations Manager Jo Spencer said, “It’s been so fantastic to see everyone get involved. There were certainly some interesting looking attempts at Mo’s across the GVL and as the month progressed, the competitiveness came through with lots of friendly rivalry going on. We have had perpetual trophies made as this will now become an annual event in the GVL’s calendar. Thank you to everyone that got involved and thank you to everyone who made a donation. The Mo’ Cup Challenge has been a great way to come together in what has been a challenging year.”

A full list of results can be found at the GVL’s Facebook Page.


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Senior Ladder

2019 GOTAFE GVL Seniors
1 Kyabram 72
2 Echuca 64
3 Shepparton 48
4 Rochester 40
5 Seymour 38
6 Tatura 36
7 Benalla 36
8 Mansfield 24
9 Euroa 24
10 Shepparton United 20
11 Mooroopna 16
12 Shepparton Swans 14

Reserves Ladder

2019 GOTAFE GVL Reserves
1 Seymour 64
2 Rochester 64
3 Echuca 60
4 Euroa 56
5 Shepparton Swans 36
6 Shepparton United 36
7 Tatura 32
8 Benalla 24
9 Shepparton 20
10 Mansfield 20
11 Kyabram 12
12 Mooroopna 8

U18 Ladder

1 Echuca 72
2 Seymour 56
3 Mooroopna 52
4 Rochester 48
5 Kyabram 48
6 Shepparton 46
7 Shepparton United 36
8 Mansfield 34
9 Benalla 16
10 Euroa 12
11 Shepparton Swans 8
12 Tatura 4