The Wrap Up Round 15

Seniors

 Mhsob 19.14-128

Eltham Collegians AFC 7.11-53

Goal Kickers: J. Sherwin 4, K. Smith 4, B. Jellis 3, J. Tran 2, R. Brock, T. Beale, A. Tran, R. Gavan, T. Hickey, A. Svirskis

Best Players: J. Tran, T. Campelj, J. Sherwin, D. Sorgiovanni, T. Hickey, B. Jellis

The seniors had found a rich vein of form over the past month, now at the business end of the season, the Eltham game loomed as a massive opportunity to put their mark on a finals spot.

MHS started with a flurry, quick goals continued on from where the reserves had left off. With plenty of forwards getting in on the action, Nick Hawking perhaps felt a bit left out as he tried to steal Tom Hickey’s brilliant goal from the boundary. In truth, the senior team was hungry for a big result as they began to put serious scoreboard pressure on the turtles.

Soon Eltham was looking out of options, Tim Campelj had clamped down on their midfield with a solid tag putting their best player out of the game. Brock’s late goal on the siren of the first quarter compounding the misery for the travelling team.

Kane Smith and Jarrod Sherwin kicked truly throughout the second quarter to extend the lead before Anthony Svirskis tried out his left foot for the first time ever. Much to the peanut galleries delight the ball travelling through the big sticks and suddenly MHS had a healthy lead.

As the game wore on James Tran and Tom Hickey took over the midfield and provided MHS with all the momentum.  Campbell was released from the tagging role for his personal safety in the last as MHS was able to stroll home to be 75 point winners.

 

Reserves

Mhsob 2.7-19 7.13-55 13.17-95 22.22-154

Eltham Collegians AFC 2.1-13 2.1-13 2.2-14 3.3-21

 

Goal Kickers: J. McWhinney 5, M. Fennessy-Kent 4, C. Hewish 2, L. Toman 2, M. Duran 2, B. Burton 2, K. McDonald, J. Pagonis, W. Rebakis, D. O’Connor, O. Miles

Best Players: R. Shell, S. Keough, J. McWhinney, M. Fennessy-Kent, B. Cook, K. McDonald

The reserves walked out to another ripper Saturday morning as they prepared to take on Eltham. With a big opportunity to build some momentum heading into a tight finals campaign the reserves team was boosted by bumper inclusions, Darcy O’Connor and Ron Shell returning from injuries ensured the vibe was great from the very start.

The first quarter saw the soup master Jimmy McWinney begin to take a hold of the match, only a slight breeze would stop MHS from running away to a huge lead. A slender 6 point lead would soon be extended in the second quarter as Mason Fennesy-Kent began to take over the forward line.

The reserves would begin to get away at an exponential rate, Shannon Keough taking over the game in the way only he can. As he got going Eltham began to run out of legs, the scoreboard then started looking nasty for the visitors. Much to the enjoyment and relief of Bernard Pretty MHS had finally begun to run a game out with the foot down.

Ron Shell was great on return providing a heap of dash around the contest backed up by the Cookie Monster Brendan Cook who’s appetite for don’t argues could not be satisfied. The reserves would run away to be 133 point winners on the day.

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The Wrap Up Round 14

Seniors

Bulleen Templestowe AFC 3.2-20 3.6-24 7.11-53 9.14-68

Mhsob 5.3-33 7.7-49 8.7-55 12.9-81

Goal Kickers: B. Jellis 4, N. Hawking 3, S. Villani, D. Hamilton-Ho, J. Sherwin, R. Brock, J. Tran

Best Players: J. Tran, S. Villani, B. Jellis, D. Sorgiovanni, T. Campelj, T. Rendell

After a fantastic run of football for the high school, the Bulleen Templestowe game stood as a test for the consistency of the senior group. The blustery conditions had settled somewhat from the earlier game and ensured the opening quarter was an entertaining affair for all involved.

With a few changes to the forward line, the high school were quick to adjust their game plan and able to make use of Beau Jellis and Nick Hawking. The pair waxing well early and ensuring that the damage was seen where it counts, the scoreboard. As the game got going James Tran found himself with plenty of the ball and his ball use allowed Melbourne High to take the ascendancy.

Just as it looked like the high school were on their way to a comfortable lead, Bulleen found a hot-streak in the third quarter, heaping the pressure on the unicorns. Luckily the leaders would stand up, Steve Villani burst through the middle to kick a goal many would describe as fantastic, not Club President Warren Fall, who would say describe it as “okay”. The snap from a tight angle bringing about a run of goals for the high, which alongside some desperation defending allowing them to regain control. They would run out 23 point winners.

An injury to Will Maurice going back with courage the only sour note of the day, at least his contribution to the Monash concussion study may prove useful in the long run.

Reserves

Bulleen Templestowe AFC 0.1-1 0.2-2 3.2-20 3.2-20

Mhsob 2.5-17 2.7-19 3.11-29 10.13-73

 

Goal Kickers: W. Rebakis 3, L. Toman 2, M. Mazoletti, J. Moran, B. Burton, M. Fennessy-Kent, O. Miles

Best Players: Z. Smooker, J. Pagonis, B. Burton, J. Moran, S. Keough

The unicorns made the track out of their inner-city comfort zone to the home of the Bull-ants. Greeted with blustery conditions atop the anthill the high school would have to work hard to make the most of their opportunity to string together some consistent football.

The first quarter saw some glimpses of great link-up play by the high school, big inclusion Jonny “Dingo” Moran was nipping about the forward-line early and kicked the first major. The Zac Smooker evolution continued, as the big back-man moved into the middle as a tap ruckman. Wasted chances early on meant the high school only lead by 16 at the first break.

Wasteful football would be the centrepiece for a lazy outfit, the high school limped to a meal advantage at the half. As the wind changed so too did the game, Buleen were able to snag a couple of counter punch goals and suddenly the challenge was thrown down to the unicorns. With a slender 9 point lead at the final break coach Bernard Pretty turned to his brains trust, Michael Borg to help bring the passion back into the game.

The collaboration worked a charm as the high school finally got it together kicking a string of goals in the last to run out to a 53 point win. Ben Burton and Bill Rebakis straightening the high school up and ensuring they were saved from the jaws of defeat.

 

 

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Wrap Up Round 13

Seniors

Mhsob 1.0-6 4.2-26 8.3-51 11.9-75

Yarra Old Grammarians 2.3-15 2.6-18 3.9-27 4.10-34

Goal Kickers: S. Villani 2, N. Hawking 2, T. Campelj, J. Sherwin, M. Wilson, K. Smith, T. Beale, J. Tran, D. Hamilton-Ho

Best Players: M. Wilson, A. Villani, L. Whittaker, S. Villani, T. Campelj, A. Lane

Coming of a stirring win against 2nd on the ladder the high school were ready to prove they are strongly in contention this year against 3rd placed Yarra Valley. There was a sense of the occasion on at the high, some important milestones to Andrew Villani and Brendan Cook and the highly popular ladies high tea providing plenty of hype around the broader South Yarra region.

The high school has stepped out to play early, with Mitch Wilson having plenty of the ball throughout the day. The 150 gamer Andrew ‘Andre’ Villani was at his brilliant best, suddenly it seemed the high school had the ascendancy. In stark contrast to the earlier game, the high school were able to make use of the chances, the dynamic duo of Kane Smith and Nick Hawking proving untouchable as the high school began to get out to a handy lead.

Steve Villani did all he could to make sure his brother’s milestone match would get the result it deserved, linking up with Tim Campelj through the middle to get Melbourne High first hands on the ball.As the game got out of reach for the valley Andrew Villani was given every chance to kick a special goal. Unfortunately, Yarra had no sense of the occasion and dropped two in the hole to prevent this from occurring. Melbourne would run it comfortable winners and sent a message to the competition that they will beat anyone on their day.

Reserves

 

Mhsob 3.0-18 4.9-33 5.13-43 7.21-63

Yarra Old Grammarians 3.3-21 3.3-21 6.4-40 6.4-40

Goal Kickers: J. Lewis 2, A. Wijayakumara 2, W. Rebakis 2, S. Hayes

Best Players: A. Do, R. Curwood, T. Rendell, Z. Smooker, N. Clampett, C. Hewish

As third played fourth there was a real opportunity for MHS and Yarra Valley to display their finals credentials and test the resolve of each team. In a blustery day at the high Yarra Valley took full advantage of the breeze early kicking three early goals. The high school fought back and against the breeze narrowed the margin. Jason Lewis kicked two in the first term to ensure the match was evenly poised.

Despite beginning to take the ascendancy around the ground the Unicorns were wasteful of their chances, the temptation of the breeze getting the better of them. Solid defensive work from Andrew Do nullified Yarra Valley’s chances but Melbourne wasn’t prepared to make them pay.

The third saw Nick Clampett come into his own, his dashing run off half back linking up the high school to get forward. Failing again to capitalise on their dominant possession. The last quarter was a full affair, Sam Hayes kicked truly early to settle the contest before nothing much else happened. No doubt some goal kicking practice in store for inaccurate ‘corns, especially for Jarryd Pagonis and Ryan Curwood, the return from injury harming their goal kicking, booting 0.7 between them. A couple of extra minutes before and after training should sort it out.

 

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Wrap Up Round 12

 

Seniors

Mhsob 5.3-33 7.5-47 11.10-76 14.13-97
West Brunswick 1.5-11 4.7-31 10.9-69 12.11-83

 

Goal Kickers: K. Smith 5, D. Hamilton-Ho 2, N. Hawking 2, S. Villani, J. Tran, R. Brock, A. Tran, L. Hood
Best Players: K. Smith, M. Wilson, J. Tran, D. Sorgiovanni, S. Villani, D. Hamilton-Ho

With their foot in the door for finals contention, Melbourne High was eager to prove themselves against a top 2 side. With other teams lapping at the opportunity to take advantage of any slip up by the High it was important they were at their best.

The game would start with a flurry of Melbourne High goals, the budding crowd full of Dylan Hamilton-Ho fans lifting the vibe in the Hello Sam pocket. The crowd would not have to wait long, the 100-gamer would get as close as possible to his people, before kicking truly as the high got out to a comfortable lead.

The lead would be chopped down in the third and a repeat of the narrow lost from the last meeting began to creep into The high schools’ memories. A couple of clutch last quarter goals from Kane Smith, who would finish with five for the match, would ensure the win went to the good guys.

Mitch Wilson and Jimmy Tran were fantastic all day throughout the match joining Smith in the best. Debutant Brendan Cook did his selection justice and proved he was up to the challenge of the late game. The win sets up an exciting match up this week as the fourth placed Unicorns look to pinch points of third placed Yarra Old Grammarians.

Reserves

Mhsob 1.1-7 2.5-17 4.6-30 8.6-54
West Brunswick 4.5-29 9.7-61 11.9-75 14.10-94

Goal Kickers: A. Wijayakumara 3, M. Mazoletti, J. Lewis, B. Burton, J. McWhinney, M. Bradshaw
Best Players: W. Hart, A. Do, C. McWhinney, K. McDonald, C. Pearson, B. Burton

 

The ressies have gotten to know West Brunswick very well over the past two years. After traveling well to the hipster capital of the world the reserves were quietly confident.

Unfortunately quiet is how the reserves would play as they let Brunswick slip out to an early lead. Perhaps the week off was to blame or perhaps the reserves didn’t quite have their heart in the game but they were, certainly out played by West Brunswick.

It took Melbourne High too long to get back into rhythm and by then the game was lost. Bill Hart showed plenty of heart all game and was judged the players-player. Shannon Keough had far too much of the ball for the teams liking but did help to ensure the end result flattered the high.

Despite a rough day, there was still enough time for the debutant and 2018 Mr Unicorn favourite Benny “birdman” Burton to kick a great goal from deep in the pocket.

 

 

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Ladies High Tea 22/07

High Tea Flyer

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$5000 Draw June 17

This year’s $ 5000 draw will be held on the evening of June 17 All family, supporters, friends and partners are encouraged to puchase an entry into the draw and attend. Tickets for the draw are strictly limited to 200 and Are available for $ 50 each.

All tickets include entry to the event and two complimentary drinks. 4 types of delicious cocktails w Ill be served alongside beer and wine.

Guys – wear your best blazers, shirts and dancing shoes. Ladies – your best dresses, skirts and high heels.

At 8.30 pm we will begin the countdown of the tickets, with 3 additional tickets being auctioned throughout the draw for those who want to improve their chances of success.

The last ticket standing will be the winner, and should be announced at around 10 pm.

There will be an award for best dress male and best dressed female, which will each receive each entry into the last 25 tickets remaining for the major prize!

The famous maroon photo – booth area is also back – where singles, couples and mates can take off official photos which will be posted later that week on our Facebook page – MHSOBFC Events.

The much vaunted “Mr Unicorn Cocktail” will once again be sold for the friendly price of $ 5 per cup, and other delicious drinks from the Unicorn Bar.

Doors will open open from 7.00pm, with official proceedings kicking off at 8.30pm.

Official formalities will conclude at 10.00 pm at which time our resident DJ – Jimmy “pass me the ipod” Tran will be “spinning” the decks / iPod wheel.

 

Tickets for the $ 5000 draw: https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=25597

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The Wrap Up: Round 6

A mixed bag for the high school going 2-2 across the teams which means plenty is at steak this weekend before the bye.

Seniors

Mhsob 0.2-2 4.3-27 6.7-43 8.15-63
Bulleen Templestowe AFC 5.2-32 9.5-59 14.7-91 14.10-94

A slow start ultimately cost MHS who were near enough not good enough in the first quarter and were left with too much to do. The fightback dismantled by missed opportunities with MHS now needing to kick back into gear more than ever.

There were still real positives out of the game, debutant Will Hellier  lived up to the hype of his reserve performances booting four and claiming best on ground. Fellow first-gamer Angus Lane, product of the much renowned U19 talent factory, was poised and precise off halfback. The debutants were joined by co-captain Michael Brain who just about dragged MHS back into the game by himself.

Justin Mckeone and Joseph Stokes both casualties of the physical contest and set to miss the coming few games. The clubs best wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery go out to the boys.

Goal Kickers: W. Hellier 4, M. Brain 2, R. Gavan, O. Miles
Best Players: W. Hellier, M. Brain, T. Hickey, J. Tran, R. Gavan, A. Lane

Reserves

Mhsob 4.1-25 11.4-70 15.8-98 18.13-121
Bulleen Templestowe AFC 5.2-32 6.2-38 8.6-54 8.7-55

Coach Bernard Pretty was keen to raise his winning percentage back above 90% after a tough loss last week. In a tough first quarter the high school got out to an early lead through some excellent ground work from the big and reliable “C.E.O” Anthony Svirskis. Unfortunately the intensity dropped off towards the end of the quarter allowing Bulleen back into the match. 

A quick reality check saw the high schoolers bounce back and make use of Nick Hawking up forward with a lazy 7, narrowly missing out on kicking a bag (8). With more confidence through the middle the high school took the game on and played fast aggressive footy, quickly blowing the Bullants out of their nest. As the pressure lifted the damage was shown on the scoreboard and the ressies ran out to a comfortable win.

Big inclusion Ebon Storti threw his weight around looking after his mates and Baywatch babe Chuck Pearson was excellent down back in a man of the match performance.

Goal Kickers: N. Hawking 7, A. Svirskis 4, L. Toman 3, M. Mazoletti, A. Wijayakumara, C. Pearson, J. Rewal
Best Players: N. Hawking, C. Pearson, R. Rae, L. Toman, S. Hayes, A. Svirskis

 

Unders
Nick Brown

 St Johns 1.3-9 1.4-10 2.5-17 5.9-39
Melbourne High School Old Boys 6.3-39 11.5-71 17.8-110 21.8-134

It was a windy day away from home when the Unders took on St Johns in Dandenong.  Notoriously rough, our boys began unfazed – kicking 6 goals to 1 in the opening term with the wind. Jez Wilson opened his goal kicking account with Melbourne High, booting 2 goals in the first term. A valiant defensive effort ensured St Johns were kept to a solitary point in the second quarter, with fantastic leadership displayed by Conor Khan and Mitch ‘Monk’ Himing, who played an enlightened game after some off-field hairdressing antics. Chris Tetaz and Lachie Dowling provided constant run out of the midfield, showing flair and contributing on the scoreboard too, each with two goals. Solid debuts from George Moody and Michael Kuzminski showed our squad’s growing depth, with the latter being rewarded with a goal.

Credit must be given to our consistent, four quarter effort – something we have struggled with previously. It would have been easy at half time to take the foot off the gas with a lead of 10 goals, but a big 3rd quarter from Durham McNamara and Sahil Arora showed the tenacity with which our hungry forwards are capable of displaying. Both finished the day with 5 goals each.

That’s 2 on the trot now for the unders, moving into 5th position with a very winnable match against Williamstown this week. Again, it will be a tough, physical contest, but after this week against St Johns we will be prepared for the challenge.

Goal Kickers: D. McNamara 5, S. Arora 5, C. Tetaz 2, L. Dowling 2, J. Wilson 2, J. Broadbent 2, N. Campbell, M. Kuzminski, C. Douros
Best Players: L. Dowling, M. Himing, C. Khan, C. Tetaz, S. Arora, J. Wilson

 

Clubbies
Jamie Anderson

 
Melbourne High School Old Boys       3.3-21
Richmond Central       9.8-62

There have been many significant battles fought between north and south. The American Civil War. The Korean War. The Vietnamese War (or the “American Imperialist War” if you are Vietnamese). The American – Canadian War following Canada’s bombing of the Baldwin brothers’ house in retaliation for the imprisonment of Terence and Phillip.

As one such historic battle, Friday night’s game pitting opponents Richmond Central from the north side of the Yarra and MHSOBFC from the south side of the Melbourne’s murky divisor offered much expectation. Would our good ‘ol boys from the south prevail over those commie Richmond types who probably hang out at the Corner Hotel and steal round wins from more deserving opponents?

Goddamn toilet googlers, like you really even knew Lemmy was in Motörhead.

Sorry, the game. That’s right. With a rising mist that Dian Fossey would have been at home in, Coach Rob Coxon implored the team to, for the first time all season, bring home a lead at quarter time. Aided by the addition of nicknames from Jackson “Wild” Wild and Ryan “Pooky” Curwood, that’s exactly what Melbourne High set about doing, Chris Miller capitalizing on a long ball to the square from Louis Meyer with a brilliant snapped goal. The MHSOB bench went wild when they eventually learned of the goal at quarter time when an expedition made it to the scoreboard through the fog and returned the news.

The second quarter saw Melbourne High’s defence kept busy, the Dirtworm Calum Bennett working hard to repel attacks along with Centre Half Birch and Adam Granger. Damian Grantham was again a dynamo, however it was our habit of hurriedly kicking the ball forward toward goal without consideration for the consequences that repeatedly saw us turn the ball over to the Richmond Central lose defenders. It was this rebound that proved costly, Richmond taking advantage like a good looking girl on Tinder looking for a free dinner. The one highlight of the term was Louis Meyer convincing the ump that he, rather than Linford Dean, was the ruckman and thus deserving of an infringement free-kick from the boundary throw in when a Richmond player kicked an overshot throw-in out of the air. Louis duly converted and Linford learned the first rule of Clubbies Club: You do not even think of depriving Louis of a goal.

The disappointment was palpable at half time, a lead blown, opportunities wasted – the irony that it’s normally a team called Richmond finding itself in this predicament was not lost on us.

The third quarter saw a rally from the High initially coming from greater discipline and willingness to man-up on Richmond’s loose man, however a reversion to the mean ensued with our forwards getting sucked up into contests and Richmond taking advantage by easily picking off our clearances. With a fog reminiscent of a night out in LA with Cyprus Hill in full effect coupled with a lack of lighting due to league rationing, finding our targets up forward was getting like finding Ando a date on a Saturday night.

The last quarter saw a MHSOB line up depleted by injury giving its all and willing to take chances irrespective of the scoreboard. Josh Vellin came to the fore, his composure in spotting up Jamie Anderson in the middle providing an opportunity for him to run forward and subsequently rove a shanked Anderson kick and snap a sausage roll. But that was it for the High – the damage had been done and Richmond Central ran away victors, breaking MHSOB’s unbeaten streak on Friday nights.

Goal Kickers: L. Meyer, C. Miller, J. Vellin
Best Players: C. Bennett, A. Granger, C. Miller, J. Vellin, D. Grantham, J. Anderson

 

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The Wrap Up: Round 5

A mixed bag for the high school over the weekend saw the club go 1-3 again unable to capitalise on their chances. The results did not sour what was a fantastic Mr Unicorn, however they might increase the training intensity Tuesday and Thursday.

U19′s

Melbourne High School Old Boys 4.0-24 5.6-36 9.11-65 12.14-86
Hampton Rovers 1.1-7 4.1-25 7.4-46 8.4-52

The Jnrcorns capped off an excellent training week with a dominant win over the Hampton Rovers. Two Mr Unicorn contestants proved they have what it takes on-field before backing it up off-field; Nick Campbell finishing with 2 Goals was in the best and took the title in the Mr Unicorn return, whilst Chris Tetaz kicked one and was electric for the majority of his Saturday. Sahil Arora continued his fine form up forward, his three goals taking his tally up to 12 goals in five games.

Clubbies

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Melbourne High School Old Boys 1.2-8 2.2-14 4.4-28 6.4-40
Brunswick NOBSPC 1.2-8 3.6-24 6.8-44 7.11-53

A final quarter comeback was not enough for Melbourne High, falling just short of the NOBS(PC) of Brunswick. In a well spirited contest the high school were unable to capitalise on Rob Coxon’s “soaring display” up forward as his three goals and plenty of “clunks” not enough to lift the team. Adam Granger was terrific down back for the high-schoolers rightfully earning the BOG. Congratulations to Nicholas Taranto on 50 great games for the High and Rhys Johnson for a great bounce. A full match report is available on the Club XVIII Facebook page.

Reserves

Prahran Assumption 1.2-8 4.5-29 11.10-76 13.10-88
Mhsob 6.1-37 6.4-40 7.4-46 10.5-65

One could be forgiven for thinking this contest was over following the quarter time result, where the twos looked certain to roll over their top of the table opponents. It appeared the reserves thought so too as they completely switched off and allowed Prahran to dominate the next 60 minutes of Football. A third quarter blowout showed the High School what happens if you are not prepared to deliver the intensity required. In a rare highlight for the day Bill Hart kicked an absolute blinder despite opting for the controversial long sleeve jumper option. Defensive stall-wards Zac Smooker and Shannon Keough ensured the result flattered the high with terrific contested work all game.

 

Firsts

Prahran Assumption 4.4-28 6.5-41 7.8-50 9.14-68
Mhsob 2.0-12 4.2-26 6.3-39 7.5-47

A plethora of debutants lifted the spirits of the firsts who had suffered two narrow losses in the past weeks. Despite their efforts the debutants and the high were unable to contain Prahran ball use and saw the game just get away from them. Dylan Hamilton-Ho worked hard all day, adequately backed up by Tom Hickey, who bounced back from falcon of the year to put in a fine performance. This weeks game proves critical in getting the high school back on track, a good win provides an opportunity to leap frog Bulleen on the ladder.

 

 

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First Luncheon of the Season

Come join us for the first lunch of the season.

MHSOBFC V Bulleen Templestowe

Saturday 20th May.
12pm for 12.30pm start.

Unicorn Club – Melbourne High School – Forrest Hill, South Yarra.

$35 per head for 2 course cavery meal.
Drinks at bar prices.
Cash or card payment on entry.

Please contact Kylie da Fonte at kdafonte@nine.com.au or
0403 069 622 to secure you seat.

RSVP ~ Tuesday 16th May.
Please email or call Kylie to confirm your booking and to also advise any dietary requirements.

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Mr Unicorn Returns for 2017

unicorn

MHSOBFC Events are proud to present the return of the greatest social event on the Inner South East Melbourne calendar: Mr Unicorn 2017
There will be a record 7contestants this year of varying ages and chassis sizes. The Mr Unicorn Profiles/Best Bets Guide will be released closer to the date along with the accompanying incriminating photos of each contestant.

The usual segments are back for another year: Swimsuit and everyones favourite – ‘So you think you can dance’. On top of that, the classic Q/A segment returns with some introductory videos.

Doors will open from 630pm with official proceedings kicking off at exactly 800pm. Official Mr Unicorn formalities will be concluding around 10:00pm at which time our Resident tone-deaf DJ (Jimmy Tran) will be spinning tunes with a possible cameo from DJ No Request.

Afterparty location – yet to be determined.

Entry is $20 which includes 1 free unicorn cocktail. The much vaunted and feared “Unicorn Surprise” which will be on offer all night.

Other drinks will be sold at bar prices.

Unicorn Talk will be returning to centre stage as well.

Get all your friends, partners and mates involved as this years event promises to be bigger, better and more crook then ever. Partial nudity and embarrassing performances are as sure a thing as Death, Taxes and a Russell Westerbook Triple Double.

Don’t forget to bring your cameras so you don’t miss out on classic Mr Unicorn moments like this:
2012 Winning Dance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHdFv3O2gJE
2012 Extra Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=204uXcZRU6w
2011 Group Dance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ItoB8FhseQ

Mr Unicorn Honour Board:

2010 – Ron Shell aka The Beast from the Middle East
2011 – Tharindu Hewa-Kapuge aka Hot Chocolate
2012 – Jimmy Tran aka The Asian Sensation
2013 – Jarrod Sherwin aka Shifty
2014 – Ron Shell aka The Pet
2015 – Paul Niklas aka Crabs

Which MHSOBFC Hunk will take out this coveted and prestigious crown in 2017?

Be there on Saturday May 13th at 8pm to find out.

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