Tributes to Nicholas Gash who died in a car collision last Wednesday have flooded social media.
Cobram Roar FC said the club was "devastated at the tragic passing" of their member Mr Gash, saying their hearts went out to the family.
Many took the the Roar's Facebook post to share photos and memories.
Kaitlyn Robinson: Fly high boys gone way to soon sad to see you one day and gone the next sending my love to the families.
Adam Gatcum: Heartbreaking little Gash! Rest easy and look over your family and friends.
Carson Haley: A great young man! Our thoughts and prayers go to the the family and everyone involved at The Roar who knew and loved “Little Gashie”.
Josephine Grasso: Such a tragic loss of a precious young life. Deepest sympathy to all the family.
Rod McLeod: So devastating. RIP you little legend. Our sincere sympathy and love to Sonya and extended families.
Sam Sgarioto: This is tragic news. Young Nick was great to have on a line, keen to learn and take on board advice. My deepest condolences and sympathy to his family and to all the members of the Cobram Roar football community. Really sad time for you all.
Danyelle Merisa: Sending love and deepest condolences to Sonya and family. To think we will never hear “bonjour” as you walk in the door and “good day for it but” as you leave, or watching you wrestle with Jake in the lounge, thinking you two have the weirdest bromance, brings so much sadness. We are so blessed to have you apart of our extended family and will miss you terribly. Rest easy Gashie.
Tae Watt-Fotia: Another beautiful angel watching over us. Nicholas is the brightest star in the sky tonight, tomorrow and for forever more. May he rest in eternal peace. Condolences to Sonya, Chris, Mikayla and the extended family. A shock to our community, our hearts are breaking. We love you Gashie.
Ben Charlie: Fly high brother. Rest In Peace! You will never be forgotten and will forever appreciate the love, support and amazing friendship you gave my whole family.
Bec Hodgson: This is so bloody sad, every parent’s worst nightmare. My daughter played at the Club for a season and we remember that smiley face and happy nature. What an immense loss this is, the Club and town will support each other through this but we’re so very sorry.
Jenni Demaio: Little Gashie, I’ll never forget that cheeky mischievous grin. Such a loss. Sending love to Sonya and family.