Home

New Big Screen venue for NSW Demons

The Southern Cross Hotel on the corner of the Princes Highway and Canal Street, St Peters, is temporarily our new home for watching Melbourne games with the NSW Demons.​

The hotel provides us with a large screen TV with full sound in the modern well appointed public bar. Food can be ordered from the bistro menu and consumed in the public bar area.​

There is parking behind the hotel (off Canal St,) and Sydenham station (15 mins), St Peters station (15 mins) and Mascot station (20 mins)are all within walking distance.

​​The Camelia Grove Hotel  (aka The Cammy) is still the official home of the NSW Demons. However due to the change in management the Cammy is temporarily closed.

We look forward to seeing you back there when it re-opens.

Go Dees

Sally

Latest News

7th Heaven in Van Demon’s Land

8 May 2021

Melbourne v North Melbourne

Liam Chambers

Melbourne travelled to Tasmania to face a side that has stubbornly refused to conform to expectations in recent years. Surely this year would be different. The Dees were coming off six wins on the trot and the Roos had yet to win a game. Top plays bottom.

Fans could be forgiven for thinking the players had swapped guernseys before the game, as North Melbourne got off to a flying start. The Roos got the advantage from the first centre bounce, getting the ball into their forward 50 and into the hands of Tom Campbell. His score form set shot was perfectly shaped kick and North was on the scoreboard. While the Dees were digesting that first strike, Shaun Atley received the sherrin after some dexterous play and ran in the Roos’ second.

To add to Melbourne’s woes, Adam Tomlinson injured his knee after a seemingly innocuous slip and was taken down to the rooms for assessment. Unfortunately it was determined that he had ruptured his ACL and he was devastated to learn that his season was over. Tomlinson has played brilliantly this season after slotting into a key defender role alongside Steven May and Jake Lever. He will be sorely missed and we wish him a speedy full recovery.

The Dees managed to wrest some control back when a clever tap from debutant Ben Brown to Bailey Fritsch enabled the forward to turn and snap in Melbourne’s first goal. Two minutes later, Max Gawn dropped a catch inside 50 which Fritsch collects to run in his second. Then Luke Jackson got a lucky ball which fell behind the group going for the mark in front of goal and and tapped in the third for the visitors.

Read Liam’s match report here

NSW Demons

Proudly supporting the Melbourne Football Club – The Dees

Join us in sponsoring James Harmes

We are delighted to announce that James Harmes is our NSW Demons sponsored player again in 2021.  

In 2021 we also welcome James’ return to the midfield where he played so well in 2018 and 2019. James has been training with the midfielders this pre-season and says “I’m back inside playing in the midfield, so I’m pretty happy about that.”

“I found last year really challenging personally for me, and that’s why I’m just excited to put my best foot forward this year and see how I can go.” And the NSW Demons are excited to be sponsoring James again this year.

Read more here

Join the sponsorship now

Our stories

NSW Demons dyed-in-the-wool fans

We have some absolute troopers of our own in the ranks of the NSW Demons.  Read the stories here

Click here join NSW Demons now.

follow us on twitter Follow us on twitter

join our facebook group Join our facebook group

Sign up to our newsletter: