Thanks to a lot of work from an amazing group of volunteers, managers and coaches, around 100 Mosman teams took the field for the 2013 season. Some of these teams were sporting shirts or spray jackets from new sponsors, such as NumericEight and Bacino Espresso.
At the end the season, we had our three championships and a grand final winner, with the W13/2s undefeated for the whole season:
- Senior Men. The sun returned for the last games of the season and all the seniors played under glorious blue skies. The Prems lost and ended the season on 8th, while the AL1s were cheated of 4th place by a forfeit and did not make the finals while the reserves took 3rd place. The AL3s and the unforgettable AL3Rs both drew and ended up as champions with the AL3Rs undefeated. The AL4Rs made the finals, but the AL4s ended up 6th. The AL5s lost their final game to surrender their undefeated record and top spot and finished 2nd, with their reserves struggling in 6th. The O35/1s just missed the finals in 5th place, while the O35/2s were runners up and went on to win the grand final. The O35/3s were champions by a point in a very tight competition with the top 6 all within 4 points, but didn’t make the final. The O35/5As and the O35/5Bs narrowly missed a finals spot and both 7s ended out of contention.
- Senior Women. The W35/1s ended the season 3rd, while the WAL1 teams finished 3rd and 2nd. The WAL1s and WO35/1s lost in the semi finals, while the WAL1Rs made it to the final but lost out.
- Juniors. The juniors struggled overall with some wins, with the 12/2s enjoying a few rare victories, the 13/1s and 13/2s and the U14/4 Anzacs all struggling. Only the 18s qualified for the finals though. The W13/2s continued their undefeated run all season but dropped points and their 100% record with a draw, and ended second, but went on to win the final and were the only undefeated team in the club. The W16s ended the season 7th.
League Runners – Up
Grand Final Champions
Grand Final Runners Up
Knock Out Semi-Finalists
The AL3Rs were the top scorers with 68 goals, and six teams scoring more than 50 goals. The leading golden boot was Kirsty Edwards with 27, with Landon Roberts of the O35/2s and Simon Doling of the AL1s close behind.