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Bendigo Community Bank MPNFL Update Round 2 2017 Here we are at Round 2 or the Easter Round as most people will know it by. Plenty of action across the peninsula this weekend with games across the whole weekend, from Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday! Enjoy this time of the year with your family and friends, if you decided to have a few drinks while at the football or netball make sure you do so responsibly, there will be an increase police presence down along the peninsula, so certainly think about how you are traveling to a from venues.

A reminder of a few themed and feature rounds coming up; 14th- 16th April 2017 – Round 2: Easter Weekend 22nd April 2017 – Round 3: ANZAC Round 29th April 2017 – Round 4 6th May 2017 – Round 5: Community Umpiring Round 13th May 2017 – AFL Victoria Community Championships With all that said, we hope you enjoy your local football and netball this week, and have a Happy Easter. Best of luck to all sides.

What a week round 1 produced not only with results but also what mother nature produced. There were 4 games in total called off after three-quarter time, due to the inclement weather. So we hope that this week you have the umbrella packed and ready to go, in case it gets wild again. There is now only 5 more weeks until the ultimate battle between ourselves and the Geelong FNL to claim the number one title in league rankings though the state. The AFL Victoria Community Championships will certainly be highlighted this year having the 1v2 game at the MCG. Please stay tuned for further details in the coming weeks. MPNFL Office change Settlement has occurred on the property at 2/68 Station Street Somerville.

This weekends games.... Good Friday April 14 Rye v Rosebud Tyabb v Somerville Pearcedale v Frankston

Easter Saturday April 15

With effect from Tuesday 18 April the office location for MPNFL will be at Frankston Park, adjacent to the Young Street entry.

Sorrento v Dromana Devon Meadows v Hastings

Shaun Connell and Haydn Parson’s email and mobile phone contact details remain the same. A new office phone number will be advised in due course.

Red Hill v Crib Point

Easter Sunday April 16



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Chairman Roger Hampson on Tuesday 11th April, announced important additions to the AFL South East governance structure. The Region General Manager position has been filled by John Anderson, who has been in the interim role since January, now being appointed to the role on a permanent basis. John has been involved in key projects since taking the interim role and we are very pleased to advise of his ongoing appointment following a competitive process conducted by the Commission in conjunction with AFL Victoria. John’s most recent experience has been as CEO of Harness Racing Victoria and prior to that as CEO of the Melbourne Football Club. There have also been two appointments to the AFL South East Commission to fill AFL Victoria approved vacancies. The new Commission appointments are: Molina Asthana: Molina is a Principal Solicitor with the Victorian Solicitor General’s Office, who also holds several Board positions within the legal profession. Molina is an AFL Multicultural Community Ambassador and on the AFL advisory Committee for multicultural engagement. She is also Founder of the organisation Multicultural Women in Sport which aims to empower migrant women from multicultural backgrounds through sport. Anita Jonceski: Anita has extensive experience in State Government Departments, predominantly with the De-

partment of Justice, in the area of strategic communication. Anita’s most recent experience is as a communication advisor within the Commission for Children and Young People with responsibilities in the areas of Child Safe Standards and Reportable Conduct. Like Molina, Anita has professional skills which will be valuable to the Commission in important areas of communication and child safety. Mr Hampson said that these appointments add value to the AFL South East Commission particularly in the management, legal, communications and multicultural areas and we wish Molina, Anita and John well in their new positions. Other recent additions to the Commission have been representative appointments for the respective competitions, namely Doug Bailey (SEJ) and Ryan Ford (SEFNL). The Commission now comprises: Roger Hampson (Chairman) Russell Jacgung Scott Grimster Ted Turner Paul Theobald Molina Asthana Anita Jonceski Bryan Payne (MPNFL) Ryan Ford (SEFNL) Doug Bailey (SEJ)



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Bendigo Community Bank LOCAL GOVERNMENT FORUM STRENGTHENS FOOTBALL’S FUTURE The future of Australian Football in Victoria is bright, following the success of AFL Victoria’s Local Government Forum at Punt Road Oval last month. More than 90 per cent of Victoria’s Local Councils, along with representatives from other key sporting organisations were in attendance to discuss future planning for football across the State. Created in 2013, the biennial event was designed to showcase the strategic direction of football in Victoria and acknowledge the important role that Local Government plays in the development and growth of our game. Hosted by Nicole Livingstone OAM, representatives heard from key community football presenters about AFL Victoria’s range of programs, designed to increase and strengthen participation in every corner of the state. AFL General Manager of Football Operations Simon Lethlean, Richmond CEO Brendon Gale, AFL great Matthew Richardson and AFL Women’s stars Alicia Eva and Lauren Arnell were also in attendance to discuss the importance of the health of community football to the development of our game at the elite level.

organisations to come together and share information and best practice regarding Australian Football as it relates to community development and local government service provision,” Reaper said. “Councils collectively invest millions of dollars into football annually in the development and maintenance of football facilities, so it is important to recognise the role of Local Government in developing and supporting Australian Football in Victoria. “AFL Victoria and Councils own forecasting predict a need for nearly 100 new grounds in the next six years across Victoria, which will cater for the increased participation levels seen across Victoria. “By discussing our strategic direction in a forum such as this, we believe it will enhance our collective understanding of each other’s needs and plans in the areas of participation and facilities for more than 410,000 participants in football.” The 2017 Local Government Forum was made possible with the support of Richmond Football Club, Inside EDGE Sport & Leisure Planning, AFL Sports Ready and Musco Lighting.

The 2017 Local Government Forum also saw the launch of AFL Victoria’s 2017 – 2022 Strategic Plan and the 2017 – 2022 Football Facilities Development Strategy ‘Growing the Heartland’. Outlining the direction of Australian Football in Victoria for the next six years, the documents summarise AFL Victoria’s role in facility provision and identifies the key strategies to support football at all levels right across Victoria.

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AFL Victoria CEO Steven Reaper said that the Local Government Forum was integral to the future of Australian Football in the state. “The Local Government Forum is a terrific opportunity for

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Nepean Preview Gotta love Easter footy! By Toe Punt Hoppy Easter everyone!! Whether you are at the footy on Good Friday, Easter Saturday or Easter Sunday, I hope you enjoy a wonderful long weekend with local footy very much part of it! For everyone’s sake, let’s hope that we finish four quarters of footy without interruptions today – what bizarre circumstances they were last weekend and something we have never experienced before in my time covering the game. Easter football all started with Dromana and Sorrento many years ago and now all clubs have embraced the concept. The 3RPP Match of the Round on Good Friday is between Pearcedale and Frankston Bombers. Pearcedale will roll-out Sydney Swans premiership captain Barry Hall this afternoon. They were super lucky to get a win last week after hitting the front and the game being called off shortly after. Regardless, a win is a win and you need a bit of luck in this game. The Dales will certainly have their work cut-out for them today against the Bombers. The Bombers dismantled Dromana last week and went into the match below full strength, however, still managed 30 scoring shots in trying conditions and recorded an 11plus goal victory. Even contribution is the mantra at Bombers and nine goal kickers last weekend would have been pleasing for coach Beau Muston. Quentin Newton was a shining light in his first game and Corey Buchan fitted nicely into his new strip. Jason Kingsbury is one of the most underated players in the competition and continues to play outstanding footy while Sam Fox and Dale Sutton have picked-up where they left off last season. Frankston is a class above the Dales and even with ‘Big Bad Bustling’ Barry Hall, they will fall short. There is no bigger rivalry than Rosebud and Rye and they do battle also on Good Friday. Rosebud will go into the game without Ryan Spooner, who has a wedding, while Brenton Davidge dislocated both kneecaps last week and is unlikely to line-up. Matt Baker is a likely started after being on holiday, however, will be underdone. Rosebud is playing a new press-up game style under their new coach and whilst it will take some teams by surprise, it may take some time to get it right. Rye was super for a half against Hastings after showing terrible pre-season form and they should get some confidence from that. Both clubs bring the best out in each other at Easter and


Bendigo Community Bank this game will be no different – Rosebud to shake-off a persistent Demons. Tyabb host Somerville in the third Good Friday game. The Yabbies were embaressed last week by Crib Point in a game many expected them to win – surely the Yabbies have improved from 2016? An influx of recruits suggests they should be better! In the corresponding game last year, Somerville was lucky to get away with a win. Somerville was very good against Red Hill last week, especially in the third quarter when they took advantage of the wind. Andres Everitt didn’t have much of an impact but it is going to take him some time to adjust to the tempo of local footy – he’ll get going as the season rolls on. A wrist injury to ruckman Justin Farrelly is expected to keep him out for a while Rohan Hogenbirk has a broken arm and will miss a bit of footy. Regardless, the Eagles silenced some critics last week (yours truly included) and under new coach Bevan Malloy, he’s formed a tight group who are playing good footy early. As stated, the traditional Easter game has always been Sorrento v Dromana and this is the 3RPP (98.7FM) game on Easter Saturday.

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The Sharks opened-up nicely last week without doing anything ultra-special – unless of course you were watching Nick Corp, who owned the footy. Chris Dawes will miss another three weeks with a hamstring injury, while Daniel Grant is also missing with a hamstring concern. Young gun Jayden Tompkin, who shone in practice matches, will return to the forward line today. Dromana was less than ordinary last week and coach Rikki Johnston didn’t hide his feelings after the game to his players. Talk early in the week was that Sorrento was expecting Sam Fowler (Nth Ballarat) to be playing for the Tigers, which would be handy if it did happen. Height and body size is still an issue for the Tigers and they’ll be outmuscled today by Sorrento. Devon Meadows would still be seething from last week after leading Pearcedale for most of the day and having the game called-off just as the Dales hit the front. Things don’t get any easier though coming-up against Hastings. The Blues took a while to click into gear last week against Rye, trailing at half time, however, got going in the second half, booting 12 goals to four. Luke Clark played one of his best games for the Blues with six goals in a dominant display while Shaun Foster had no problem swapping the cricket bat for the footy boots.



Bendigo Community Bank The Blues are still missing coach Brendan Dunne, as well as fellow premiership players Scott Janson, Jay Austerberry and Terry Green, while recruits Jack Williams and Josh Comi are yet to surface yet. The Meadows were a very different looking side but still have supreme top end talent in the likes of Jess Dehey, Stef Baumgartner and Curtis Barker, while Steve McInnes is elite (five goals last week) and Allan Murray provides plenty in attack. The likes of Andy Kiely, Kyle Salerno and Jesse Bowe also make the Meadows a dangerous outfit. It’s the bottom end that will catch them out though and that’s why Hastings will chalk-up a win. The stand-alone game on Easter Sunday is Red Hill hosting Crib Point. The Hillmen couldn’t contain Somerville against the breeze in the third quarter and Crib Point punished Tyabb. Chris Irving was used up the ground in the second half last week and you can expect his to spend more time there this week. Jonah Siverson outgunned Everitt and Michael Mock was superb down back also. The Pies top end talent too his extremely good and it’s not going to be a walk in the park for the home team. Waide Symes booted eight and Taylor Stratton returning from a knee reco booted five last week and they’ll need to be stopped while Luke Herrington, Dean Warry, coach Brad Arnold, Paul Dadds, Mitch Standsborough are all quality players at their best. The Hillmen should win at home.

Nepean Preview Tipsters Shaun Connell AFL South East Manager Rosebud Somerville Frankston Dromana Hastings Crib Point Last Round - 6 Matt Crozier AFL South East Online Frankston Hastings Red Hill Somerville Sorrento Rosebud Last Round - 6 Gary Sanford Bendigo Bank Frankston Rye Hastings Red hill Somerville Sorrento Last Round - 2 John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach Frankston Rosebud Hastings Red Hill Somerville Sorrento Last Round - 5

Haydn Parsons MPNFL Operations Frankston Rosebud Hastings Red Hill Somerville Sorrento Last Round - 5 Toe Punt RRP FM Frankston Rosebud Somerville Sorrento Hastings Red Hill Last Round - 4

Peninsula Club Frankston Rosebud Hastings Red Hill Somerville Dromana Last Round - 4 Doug Dyall MPNFL Historian Frankston Rosebud Hastings Red Hill Somerville Sorrento Last Round - 3

Leaderboard Shaun Connell Matt Crozier Haydn Parsons John Hynes Toe Punt Peninsula Club Doug Dyall Gary Sanford

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RYE DEMONS Ground RJ Rowley Reserve, Melbourne Rd, Rye Mel: 168 D5 Phone 5985 2308 Colours Royal Blue & Red

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Josh Moore Reserves Coach: Tim Churchin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Oscar Whitty Adam Kirkwood (C) Ben Winters-Kerr Kyle Lynch Tim Churchin Jari McDonald Harry Whitty Nick Rowson Scott Shea Joel Wills Andrew Dunn Hagan Rice Beau Gaudion Leigh Morse Doogie Howie (RC) James Appleford Jimmy Jennings (VC) Matt Wylie Harrison Richardson Jye Lloyd Daniel Schwind Harley Cole Will Cooper Ben Trivett Josh Gana Matt McIndoe Dayne Thomson Daniel Cimino Gabe Nocella Rima Tipene Kalani Ryan

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Peter Hampton Tim Mazurek Toby Woodford Harrison Wilson Brody Harris Tom Brown Brenton McNarmara Jack Burford Jarrod Richards Dekodda Thomsom - Irwin

Jayden Thomas Matt Whelan Josh Cameron Mitch Hillyear Kurt Goss Jarvis Anderson Gus Gordon Sam Dow Zac Little Clay Jeans Steve Tweedly Kyle McLean Dustin Broadhurst Clayton Barnes Guy Lynch Daniel Schmitt Jackson Allen Angus Emery Max Kleverkamp Dalton Sanderson Matt Dunn

Under 19’s

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Last week at Hastings, no wins in the footy, however some great signs from our young senior team, with one sloppy quarter letting us down. While the U/19’s only had to kick straight to have a win, but full credit to Hastings who were a little cleaner and more direct. It doesn’t get much bigger than our Good Friday game today against Rosebud, playing for the Appleford / Luck Trophy, which we currently have in our cabinet and we desperately want to keep. While the BOG today wins the Luke Cain medal. Tonight, all supporter are welcome along with the players and families to our annual “Player Auction” Night for both the Footballers and Netballers. Bid for your favourite player and win big during the year, 7.30pm start. Great to see Tim Churchin have a fantastic game last week against his old side, Timmy was happy to get that one out of the way. Our Skipper Adam Kirkwood was sensational, along with Jimmy Apps, H “man” Whitty, “Animal” Cole, and Morse Code. The reserves need to switch on today from the first bounce, as that 1st quarter last week cost them big time. Great games from Doogie, Pistol Pete Hampton, Rima, Mazza and Zac Little. The Unders had a real dip, going down by 12 points, Robbo, Jayden Thomas, and Ben Closter, were super. Barnsey, Gus and Swayny all had a crack. Legends Luncheon, tickets selling fast. $120 per head, 2 course meal and all drinks included. Kevin Bartlett, Terry Daniher, Neale Daniher and Paul Vander Haar. Rye RSL, Friday May the 12th.

Coach: Leigh Morse 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 Gabe Nocella 13 Kalani Ryan 14 Dean Patton 15 Clay Jeans Jayden Thomas (C) 16 Cory Jess Heeger-Roney 17 18 Jackson Allen 19 Nick Rowson 20 Mackinley Gunn 22 Josh Withers 23 Rhys Byrns



Alex Davies Joel Wills Clayton Barnes (VC) Sam Roane Harry Patterson Harrison Richardson Jarrod Richards Hamish Swayn Aiden McIlfatrick Lachlan Ryan Gus Gordon


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Jess Goldsmid Ben Closter Jono Phipps Cooper Morks James Papalia Dustin Broadhurst (VC)

Linton Hardy Kurt Goss Renton Sanderson



ROSEBUD BUDS Ground Olympic Park, Eastbourne Rd, Rosebud Mel: 170 B3 Phone 5986 3839 Colours Navy Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Today we head down the highway to take on our arch rivals Rye in the annual battle for the Appleford-Luck Trophy. This is match is hands down the most eagerly anticipated and usually the most attended fixture in the Nepean competition and this week is no exception. Last week’s opener against Sorrento started bathed in sunshine but finished with some of the most trying conditions seen for many years – including a 15 min interruption during the third quarter due to lightning. The highlight of the day was 2-time senior premiership player Brenton Davidge running out for his 200th game for the Buds, comprising 166 1st XVIII games and 34 2nd XVIII games, and in so doing qualifying for Life Membership of the Club, a fantastic achievement! The Under 19s got the day off to a positive start with a victory over an undermanned Sorrento outfit but unfortunately the Development Team and Seniors both went down to a well drilled Sorrento outfit. All three teams have plenty of room for improvement and we will be looking for that today. Well done to our netballers with our A, B & C teams all starting the season with a win! Our Sponsors Luncheon will be held on April 22nd (Round 3 Red Hill), with special Guest Speaker “Shinboner of the Century” Glenn Archer. Call Tim Hakfoort 0488552960 to secure your ticket. Also lock in Round 14 (22nd July) for our Past Players Day which will feature a reunion of our 1997 and 2007 Senior Premierships. Go Buds!

Seniors Coach: Adrian McBean Reserves Coach: Luke Farrelly 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32

Fletcher Hustwaite Phillip Jones (RVC) Rhys Bancroft Keegan Downie Daniel O’Hehir (RC) Lachlan Mew Aaron Rose Kurtis Corrin Daniel Wilson Jordan White (RVC) Robert Bos Thomas Stoffels Ryan Spooner Ben Garlick Jake Corrin Joshua Fisher Benjamin Dwyer Brenton Davidge Benjamin Schultz Sean Downie Greg Bentley (C) Christopher Rogers Jackson McRae Sebastian Krumeich Felix Dunn Dale Stephens Jack Jarman Christopher Zurek Matthew Baker Brenton Payne Bart Wallace

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Glenn Petersen Jamie Clarke Chris Dew Daniel Clarke David Cohn Kane Donald Anthony Pegg Cody Hotchin Flynn Holt Glen Thomson Jacob Raphael Michael Luck Geoff Pegg Blake Porta Oliver Dunn Tanner Bishop Travis Bolton Scott Sterling Kieran Eddington Bryce Gibson Edward Ellis Mitchell Smith Rhys McLennan Edward Schellander Benjamin Hallas Adam Jarred Jack Edwards Adrian Alford Lachlan Taylor Jake McBean

Under 19’s

Coach: Jamie Raphael 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Kyle McCaw Mitchell Sherar Campbell Hustwaite Matthew Suric Toby Bedford Jai Nanscawen Hamish Martin Aaron Colombo Nathan Abbott (C) Nicholas Sakalis Ben Jovanoski



13 Reid Nanscawen 14 Joel Hepner 15 Kieran Hanley 16 Marcus Lloyd 17 Brayden Glaum 18 William Elliott 19 Dylan Suric 20 Bailey Donnellan 21 Izaac DrinkwaterCoates 22 Tyler Sinclair

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Cooper Hanley Tyler Huy Josh Gulliford Jaycob Argentino Josh Ritchie-Crichton Matthew Cumming Stephen Cumming




TYABB YABBIES Ground Bunguyan Reserve Frankston-Flinders Rd, Tyabb Mel: 148 J9 Phone 5977 4613 Colours Maroon, Royal Blue and Gold

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Mark Paganoni Reserves Coach: Matt Hose 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Darcy Underwood Trent Wreford Brad Harbinson Jake Anderson Ethan Rahilly (C) Josh Connell (C) Brock Regan Riley West CoreyRobinson Tim McGrath Tyson Sparkes Rowan McGrath Steve Hemley Chris Harris Kane Johnston Theo Oostveen Andrew Whalley Logan Pearson Jason Baxter Dan Culnane Sean Miller Adrian Clay Jordan Pollard Chanel Latoia Mick Altenkirk Simon Rahilly Matt Dimkos Paul Ransom Trevor Jarvis Josh Simpson Liam Rogan

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Geordie Scott Jake Beckwith Darcy Sawyer Paul Makris Jordan Alves Jarrod Hendrickx Jack Doman Jake Gaillard Callum Morris Harry Jones Hayden Coulter Laz Cuttriss Lucas Trimble Scott Torpy Aaron McGough Sam Barrington-Smith Josh Chalmers Jayden Regan Nathan Buchan Nick Cox Dan Nicholls Matt Brock Lachlan West Jock Jones Josh Coulter Matson Lawson Jarryd Wetzel Rocky Gittens Brady Boer Lachlan West Tyson Wilson

Club Notes

Welcome to our first Good Friday game. It was a case of not good enough from the 22 senior players last game against the more desperate Crib Point. We needed to work harder and smarter for all 4 quarters and the squad have stepped it up at training to improve their intensity and attack on the ball. Congratulations to Jack Doman on his first senior game for Tyabb. Today we take on Somerville for the Bungower Shield and expect a real red hot go from the group. With nine changes to the development team from last week it was going to be a good test for the new found depth at the club. In an even start it was a strong 2nd quarter with tight defensive pressure & some good foot skills saw us take a three goal lead into half time. The good work upfield was capped off with some straight goal kicking from Dimkos(4 goals) and Burstall (3 goals). Despite an ongoing battle with injuries of late, we are proud to have celebrated Matt Dimkos’ 100th club match in our opening round against Hastings, a wonderful achievement for a great clubman. Tyson Sparks also reached his 50th senior game after debuting in 2011. Even with Cribby coming at us strongly, the reserves were able to hold on for a two goal victory. The first of what we hope will be many more for the season. Keep an eye out for the functions calendar coming out soon. Kicking things off May 6th with AUSSIE ICONS night! NIP! NIP!

Under 19’s

Coach: Nick Leskovec 2 3 4 8 10 11 15 16 18


Brad Williams Ben Porra Ben Lindridge Johnny Bannan Spencer Forbes Lauchie Mitchell Nathan Minotti Tom Chalmers Kyall Goding


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Lachie Cox Caleb Watkins James Holland-Burch Jake Griffen Zac Cookson




SOMERVILLE EAGLES Ground Recreation Reserve, Jones Rd, Somerville Mel: 148 E1 Phone 5977 6663 Colours Royal Blue & Gold

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

The weather was magnificent when the U19s kicked of the season at the Nest! The weather didn’t last to the end of the day though. U19s were committed for 3/4s against last years Grand Finalist. Leading into the last quarter they were 4 goals up kicking against the breeze. Red Hill rattled home and overran us by 4points. The boys were terribly disappointed and they hope to make amends this Friday. The 2s terribly undermanned took on another finalist from last year in Red Hill. For 3 quarters the very young team were up to it in their eyeballs. With 4 boys backing up from U19s and 3 blokes gone with injuries the task was too great in the heat and they fell short by 14points. This team is one to watch this season, Paul ‘Noodles’ Norton has a pretty keen bunch. The 1s game was a corker! We won the toss and kicked with the wind, Jared Eames with his first kick with the club, kicked a goal and at half-time we were 10points up. The 3rd quarter was a fantastic quarter of footy where we kicked 5 to 1 to come 30points up and defending against the wind in the last. We were up and about and after the cruel injury to Pep, Sedgy and Bater battled wonderfully in the ruck and Soppy and Speeds were unstoppable. Kane,SOS and co were great down back and Steve Crowe turned back the clock! A amazing storm rolled through in the last and the game was cancelled with us 6 goals up. A great result! Today we venture down Tyabb which is always tough. Lets hope we have a GOOD FRIDAY - Elwin Snr

Seniors Coach: Bevan Malloy Reserves Coach: Paul Norton 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31

Josh Westerman Justin Allsopp Steve Crowe Josh McMahon Justin Farrelly Adrian Speedy Rowan Hogenbirk Lee Koerner Yiann Marandos Mitch Nation Luke Burton Marcus Bate Jayden Carter Billy Rolfe Jordan Boyes Jared Eames Adam Wilson Sam Adams Ben Sedgewick Harry Thompson Tim McGenniss Andrejs Everitt Travis Finn Brad Rowe Kane McKenzie Tom Beckett Corey Dow Jake Wilson Jared Ewers

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Jedd Sutton Will Shields Jake Neuchew Matt Harris Angus Sweeney - Smith Sam McDonnell Sean Andrew Craig Norton Jack Rolfe Lachlan McGenniss Drew Whitley Joel Cant Will Casey Niall Young Jack Barbour Brandon Sawyer

Under 19’s

Coach: Will Casey 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Austyn Fawcett Zane Martin Bailey Nation Jackson Stapleton Pat Nagle Callum Barnes Lachlan Fielding Jesse Walker - Swain Jake Haskett Levi Dixon



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Luke Hickson Matt Harrison Ryan McMahon Travis Barnett Jason De Silva Mitchell Delmo Scott Urwin Jack Skinner Nathan Van Straaten Jordan Hoffman


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Tom Harding Trae Dudas - Jacobs Matthew Bottin Cameron Mills Riley Love James Venturini Aiden Holden Tom Roberts



PEARCEDALE PANTHERS Ground Recreation Reserve Baxter-Tooradin Rd, Pearcedale Mel: 140 G6 Phone 5978 6481 Colours Navy Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Leigh Stewart Reserves Coach: James Garrett & Jarmin Paddick 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

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Mitchell Smith Travis Bravo Jai Richardson Caleb Cox Harry Prior Dylan Ryan Ryan Shaw Troy Jacobson Luke Dalmau Zach Campbell Daniel Heijden Daniel Marsh Patrick Heijden Daniel Schuller Ben Mitchell Glenn Anderson Jarmin Paddick Michael Kennedy Matt Watts Aidan Simmons Luke Jennings Bryce Dinger Shane Urbans Luke Murray Robert Muir David Hussey Damien Scully Jahron Ostrom Mitch Williams Huw Jones

Rhys Wilson Mitchell Jones Jeff Smale Matt Cottrell Nick Garrett Jake Frawley Liam Bell Jake Marshall Laughlin Cowell Sheriff Mehanni Liam Coffey Jarred Stanes James Garrett Todd Symons Dillon Duncan Alex Pazniewski Thibaut Renard Billy Bryant Scott Blay Finlay Florence Matt Wilson Reid Chaffey Luke Towan Tom Mitchell Dan Boyd

Club Notes

Didn’t the locals climb the trees last week to get into Tractor Park to see our clash against The Flower Farmers from Devon. And didn’t the home town heros literally whip up a storm in the 3rd as it rained late goals, six of them to be precise. And then .... well all hell broke loose! Power down! Trees down. Umpires off and the 4pts plus the Cup to the Dales. That was then and this is now. It’s “Bazza Time” as Big Bad Bazza Hall dons the Hoops to take on the mob from up the road. They say its a circus in the Village and today the tents are up and the locals will again pack in to provide the best atmosphere you can get in local footy. Today lets hope we nail the Bombers to the cross and celebrate with chocolate eggs on Sunday. So make sure you’re part of it when the whips are cracking. Come on board and join the Phoenix Club, Supporters Club or Sponsor your favorite player. Come into the rooms and see one of the committee members for more details. Speaking of cracking whips, we also welcome our Number One Ticket Holder Luke ‘Trumby’ Nolen down for the first time in 2017. Trumby and his vertically challenged mates are great supporters of the place so get over tot he rooms and and say hello. Pearcedale Football Netball Club is kicking goals in season 2017. Check out the Pearcedale Football Netball Club website, join our Facebook page or TeamApp so you can stay in touch and get all the details about upcoming functions and how to get on board. GO DALES!!!!

Under 19’s

Coach: Greg Connolly 1 2 3 5 6 9 12 15 19


Jayden Roberts Tyler Ekland Dylan Bradshaw Aiden Roberts Jack McGuiness Luke Dalmau Tom Quigley Luke Sparks Jye Connolly


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Luke Jennings Matthew Wright Damien Scully Mathew Piccoli Matt Cottrell Jake Frawley Tom Craven




FRANKSTON BOMBERS Ground Greg Beck Oval Frankston-Flinders Rd, Baxter Mel: 106 G5 Phone 5971 2246 Colours Red & Black

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

It’s Bombers Vs Pearcedale Good Friday version 2.0 today and good luck to all concerned. Congratulations to the Committee at Pearcedale in the recruiting of Barry Hall for todays game, we hope that you get a bumper crowd & commercial success. Have you heard that Marvel Universe are working on a new superhero movie titled “Fantastic Fults & the Super 7”. It’s the story of a young man from the country who takes over a footy club when its leader is away enjoying chili, lemongrass & coriander. Fantastic Fults then oversees the Super 7 victories of the Bombers and he is declared a hero by all at Bomberland. Fantastic Fults is a humble leader and shares the praise with Liam Wishart & Tyson Pyper in the Thirds match who both played great games. Big Kitch was a class act in the Reserves and his support cast included great performances from Jac Mac & Whits. Bizzare weather conditions in the senior game where Kinga, Corey and Foxy were top liners for the red & black. Next week is our traditional Anzac clash with Hastings on Sunday at Bomber HQ, make sure that we all get along to pay our respect to the day & all that it means to Australia and those who served our country. On Anzac Day every player & member should be at the Frankston dawn service. After the service, our major sponsor The Grand Hotel will be serving a scrumptious breakfast and everyone is welcome.

Seniors Coach: Beau Muston Reserves Coach: Travis Reints 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Corey Buchan Dale Sutton (VC) Sam Drake Alex Harnett Jay Reynolds Brian O’Carroll Brett Sutton Sam Fox (VC) Beau Muston Ryan Marks-Logan James Degenhardt Nathan Lonie Jay Paye Daniel Myers Jake Foster Jarryd Amalfi Zac Longham Peter Schultz (RVC) Ben Tournier Scott Foster Michael Webb Matthew Offer Ryan Kitchin Cameron O’Neill (RC) Matt Windsor Corey Micari Ben Sharman Josh Francis Mitch Bosward (C) Luke Lewis Allan Williams Grant Masterson Brad Whittley Hayden Wilson

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Tom Burke Zac White Dale White Aaron Best Matthew Harris Joel Allamby Jackson Burr Ryan Murdoch Jason Kingsbury Jack Mac Chris Dean Adam Pasquill Nathan Phillips Michael Maiorino Sean Cameron David Mullavey Wayne Groves Liam Ryan Brad Holland Jason Bedford Lewis Bourbaud Jordan Walker Ben Simmons Ryan Lia Nick Wishart Chris McConville Jack Santon Matthew Bishop Jared Heatly Peter Bradbury Josh Chapman Tadiwa Harawa Travis Reints

Under 19’s

Coach: Zach Horsley 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 12 13

Will Barnett Koby Villis (VC) Joe Ryan Quinton Newton © Jake Rigby Ben Housden Ben Williams Lachlan Avery Charlie Burr Ben Bucher Eddy Style



14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Bailey Page Rhys De Deugd Tom Whyte Jesse Hammond Kobe Groat Liam Glennie Nathan Neck Jack Mathews Richard Lidster Tyson Pyper Jackson Radford


27 28 29 30 33 34 47 50 56

Luke Frith Scotland Ure Tristan Murraylee Liam Wishart Josh Sanchez Sam Leggerini Elih Cadby Jordy Clough Levi McLoughlin-Dore



SORRENTO SHARKS Ground David Macfarlan Reserve, Hotham Rd, Sorrento Mel: 157 A7 Phone 5984 2571 Colours Red & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Nick Jewell Reserves Coach: Brad Phillips 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Shannon Gladman Luke Tapscott (C) Trevor Mattison Justin McCleary Jack Falck Zac Byrns Leigh Poholke (VC) Chris Dawes Andrew Lovett Nick Muller Ryan Potter Leigh Treeby Daniel Grant (VC) Tyrren Head Aaron Paxton Heath Cameron David Lawson Brent Kenyon Angus Callaghan Patrick Hall Ben McCormack Matt Dobrowolski (RVC) Nick Corp Bailey Holt Ryan Williams Chad Harris Danny Stephenson Jayden Tomkins

29 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 56 58

Jay Blair Jack Shepherd (RVC) Nat Diconza Nick Marston Heath Conolly (RC) Adam Morrison James Brigden (VC) Ben Feldhofer James Hallahan (C) Marcus Gardner Troy Schwarze Luke Brigden Ethan King Lachlan Croad Jayden Seers Max Killey Kooper Walker Harry Carter Tom Clarke Dan Hickey Michael Pattison Mitchell Murgia Rikk Feldhofer Sam Duewel Jon Dixon

Club Notes

After months of hard work over the summer, the boys finally got to run out as a team for the first match of the home and away season last week and overall it was a really good start to the year. Despite a great effort by our Under 19s, they fell short, but our Reserves and Seniors all had great wins to get their campaigns off to the perfect start. As we said last week, there’s a lot of excitement around the club at the moment, with a number of new faces both on and off the field, so it was great to get a couple of good wins and keep building on that positive feeling – especially against Rosebud who have been really strong across all divisions over the last few years. This week we’re back on home soil at Shark Park as we take on our traditional Easter-weekend rivals, Dromana. While the Tigers had a rough start to the season, losing all three matches to Frankston Bombers last week, they will no doubt be fired up and looking to get their first wins for the season this week. One of the main problems the Sharks had last year was that we lacked consistency in our performances and the boys and coaching staff have been working hard to change that so let’s home that shines through on the weekend. Let’s hope we can get three wins this week and get our season off to a fantastic start. Go Sharks!

Under 19’s

Coach: Craig Gipp 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12


Michael Walker Joey Boase Chad Harris Jack Gipp Tom Opie Will Tucker Matthew King Kenneth King Storm Bobridge Liam Bradshaw Lee Chapman Joel Corboy


13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Jett Erceg Bronson Corrin Broady Fernee Mischa Giderson Lughaidh Kennedy Kayne Gipp Finn Callaghan Lewis Lynch Jay Blair Jedd Goss Kobi Nichols Bailey Holt


25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

Aaron Hamzsak Angus Prentice Lachlan Robinson Chris Croad Mitchell Voigt James Guilot James Slater Zac Stolz Mike Washington



DROMANA TIGERS Ground Dromana Recreation Reserve, Beach St, Dromana Mel: 159 J6 Phone 5987 2732 Colours Black, Green & Gold

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Dromana v Sorrento on Easter Saturday could you wish for a better game and our sponsors for the day are Bendigo Community Bank and Hillview Quarries. Our first round efforts from all teams can be put down to experience and we need to get back to basics and rediscover the hard at the football type of play for which we have become known over the last few seasons. It also takes a couple of rounds to sort out who are the real contenders and who are the pretenders. If you haven’t bought a membership this year we encourage you to as you will save on gate entry cost, also you will note that Footy Records are now $2:00, or you could sponsor a player for $220 inc GST which includes Membership and entry in a Raffle for a Ticket to the President’s Luncheon. Due to some unforeseen issues the Greek Night had to be put back until late May, however next Saturday night sees a Pizza and Music night at the rooms. The club is also looking at opening the bar on a Friday night so see our Bar Manager Tim for details. Our players will be wearing black armbands today to recognise the passing of Colin Matthews but also to celebrate whawould have been his 70th birthday on Sunday. Happy Birthday Col. We are still looking for some volunteers for various areas around the club including on the Board. So if you feel you have something to contribute speak to our volunteer coordinator Fred Tyres. Lastly make sure your putting your money away for a Major Raffle ticket we will be selling shortly.

Seniors Coach: Rikki Johnston Reserves Coach: Danial Maestrale 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Dan Geurts Craig Christie Rory Gregg Mitch Gill-Furness Zac Muschialli Rikki Johnston Kyle Busuttil-Inglis Beau Cosson Jeremy Daniel Ryan Smyth Kierran Voelkl Braeden Dennis Cameron Carmody Alex Bird Beau McMurray Josh McCleary Sam Fowler Aydn Musgrave Jack Fowler Jackson Quigley Sam Geurts Reece Wilde Adam Hunter Billy Quigley Shaun Clarke Daniel Gibbs Terry Wheeler Jay Hutchinson Richard Sydenham Sam Williamson

31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 60

Josh DeSouza Mitchell Cook Daniel Maestrale Nick Wearne Dean Waugh Jake Snehotta Ethan Johnstone Dane Leyden-Kozikas Liam Bradford Josh Brittliff Dylan Norton Heath Burriss Jesse Albrecht Jacob Houghton Mitchell Cook Daniel Grant Daniel Marchesani Ryan Bennett Paul McLean-Wilson Mitchell Heggen Nick Paterson Dale Parkins Braden Hyde Tristan Voelkl Justin Norton Jon Marshall Corey Sheppard

Under 19’s


Coach: Braeden Dennis 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Luke Martin Sam Childs Billy Geurts Dan Vance Tim Stepanavivius Wade Chanberlain Aeron Morgan Will Hamill Ben Olfers Sam Cashin



11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Zeke Hosking Harry Hince Ben Tovey Oliver Di Pofi Alex Bird Lachlan McKenzie Jordan Derrick Jack Asimus Josh Dornom Deaglan Noonan


21 23 24 26 27 28 29 30

Dylan O’Kelly Sean Ross Scott Racevskis Tom Hoggett Liam Trew Andre Miller Max Gorman-Batt Liam Hallett



DEVON MEADOWS PANTHERS Ground Glover Reserve Cross Rd, Devon Meadows Mel: 138 D6 Phone 5998 2776 Colours Red, White & Black

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Glenn Michie Reserves Coach: John Percy 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 27 28 30 33 34 35

Dylan Mitchell Justin Volk Scott Young Andrew Kiely Jess Dehey Curtis Barker Stean Baumgartner Steve McInnes Tim Saunders Cal O’Hare Daniel Andrews Chris Lehman Phillip Raso Micheal Bain Joel Hillis Matthew Italiano Jesse Bowe Patrick Harmes Allen Murray Angelo Raso Bryce Arnott Patrick Boland Tex Kennedy Elliot Hunt Daniel Tocknell Jordan Cambell Craig Hunter Kyle salerno Glen Reedy

37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 52 57 58 62

Thomas Hayes Marcus Mansilla Lukas Hoogenboom Sam Hurdiss Kyle Beverigde Kyle McManus Tom May Barry Parsons Justin Oehms Locky Bourke Sean Lithgow Paul Boland Aurthur Churchill Shane Piper Ryan Attwood

Club Notes

90 seconds gone in the final quarter, 1 goal down but kicking with the wind against a Ricky Nixon inspired Pearcedale. Normally i’d expect we get the choccies from that position but unfortunately not last week as Mother Nature had other plans - the lightning began, the umpires declared the conditions unfit for football and the rest is history. To be honest i think the umpires were only keen to get off the ground so quick to make sure they didn’t miss out on some of the sweet Nixon/ Kerr merchandise that was available for sale in the clubrooms. We were dirty on the day but the weeks roll on pretty quickly in footy and the focus quickly changed to today and our first game back at home for 2017. Great to see Drewy and Stiffy Harmes back-up from the 19s to play in the senior game as well last week awesome effort and certainly did not look out of place playing up with the big boys. Smacky and Budgie kicking 5 a piece was also very promising. It was also a great week for the 19s and Reserves who both got the season off to winning starts. The 19s had to be helped out for numbers by some Beleura fill-ins so hopefully a winning start to the year will drag a few more numbers to training. The 2’s were very solid with a good spread of goalkickers and no surprises to see Poss amongst them as per usual. The new scoreboard is up and running and we’ll be hoping it’s on our side for all 3 games today. Stick around for a few beers and presentations in Flano’s Bar after the game. Go Meadows!

Under 19’s

Coach: Daniel Andrews 5 9 11 12 13 16 18 19 20


24 25 26 27 28 30

Liam Drew James Lacy Jack Harmes Harrison Clark Nathan Ingram Insert Name Daniel Kelly Mitchell Hall Insert Name


Douglas Masterson Tyhah McLean Mitchell McHarg Blake Roberts Dean Spring Brett Mathrick




HASTINGS BLUES Ground Thomas Barclay Oval Marine Pde, Hastings Mel: 154 H8 Phone 5979 1740 Colours Royal Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Last weekend got off to a very sad start with one of our tireless workers and Life Member Geoff Lewis passing away. Geoff had been on every committee involved at Hastings, and had been team manager of the reserves for about20 years, our Club wishes to express our deepest Sympathy to Geoffs wife Maree and their family, R.I.P Geoff, you big booming voice will be sadly missed. 3wins to the football teams sees all 3 teams on top of the ladder, great win by the under 19,s as they beat a Rye side that has been predicted to play a big part in the finals this year, the reserves played a couple of quarters of good footy to record a good win, when these boys start putting 4 quarters together they will be a pleasure to watch. After Club historian Vic Jeremiah unfurled the 2016 Premiership flag, the seniors got of to a slow start, and by half way thru the 2nd term trailed Rye by 32 points, from there the players got their act together and kicked 102 points to Rye’s 2 points, to run out comfortable winners, lot of new players in the team so will take a few weeks to start to jell, but 2 from 2 playing only a couple of good quarters each week is not bad. Away to Devon Meadows, lets start to play more consistent and come away with another win. Don’t forget to join the John Coleman coterie,or buy club membership for $44, like our facebook page, and visit Head to head played 6 Hastings 6 Devon nil Go Blues

Seniors Coach: Brendan Dunne Reserves Coach: Daniel Lehmann 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Jake Hewitt Ricky Ferraro Matt Clifford Scott Jansen David Hull Richie Vandenham Paul Rogasch Daniel Noble Andrew Booth Mick Cave Colin McVeigh Jack Williams Gerry Morsman Mark Deveraux Steve Robb Luke Smith Luke Clark Nathan Gray James Marasco Joel Standfield Dale Alanis Shaun Foster Danny Edwards Peter Mawson Chris Moloney Chris Watson Daniel Lehmann Lance Brouwer Luke Hewitt Simon Clancy

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 60

Brendan Dunne Josh Ward Peter Rayson Wade DeLaHaye Josh Mulheron Steve Williams Josh Comi Alex Goodingham Terry Green Rick Wood Matt Sawoz Corey Meloury Chris Biviano Kain Stratton Dylan Paarlberg Jason Bradshaw Kayne Lewis Kyle DeLaHaye James Forecast Ben Schroen Aaron Wilson Jake Dade-Bell Daniel Metcalf Kaylen Jansen James Lowmax Ash Harrison Kurt Bentley Ethan Williams Aaron Vinson

Under 19’s

Coach: Laurie Howard 1 Alex Clemens 2 Shelby LothianBurdett 3 Jack Winton 4 Lachie Gibbs 5 Lachy Barton 6 Ben Paarlberg 7 Pat Langdale 8 Joel Taylor



9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

PJ Megee Sam Mills Luke McVeigh Lachlan Austin Dan Andrews Declan Marrows Jayce Young Andy Jeffs Jake Knott

18 20 21 24

Taylor Harrison William White Sean Hewitt Michael TannerBennon 27 Thomas Lanyon 28 Jake Bailey 29 Matt Foy




RED HILL HILLS Ground Red Hill Showgrounds Arthurs Seat Rd, Red Hill Mel: 190 H4 Phone 5989 2500 Colours Red & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Tony Blackford Reserves Coach: Josh Beard 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 29

Michael Holmes Marcus Dal Lago Chris Irving Josh Mold Sean Marchetti Jake Mitchell Steve Ballingall Rheede Hopgood Peter Dal Lago Mitch Wallace Luke Marchetti Shaydon Bloomfield Jono Ross Michael Mock Matthew Hyden Sean Holmes Jonah Siversen Andrew Mock Dan McNamara Josh Marton Andrew Gilmour Blake McCormack Harry Byrt Adam Marchetti Jake Mold Matt Mitchell Blake Thomson Ethan Bryan Elliot Davies Ben Poole

30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 47 48 49 50 51 53 55 56 57 58 62 68

William Tuck Hamish McShane Craig Kennedy James Pittard Jayden Pain Haydn Kellett Sam Scicluna Aaron Embling Tom McEncroe Lincoln Toy Andy Sims Ben Hughes Nathan Higgins Harrison Jones Daniel Born Lachlan Chandler Paul McIntyre Hamish Dick Bryce Williams Max Tulen Harry Wynn-Pope Blake Gallagher Trey Dawson Jake McKinnon Max Westle Dylan Hoare Seamus Thomson

Club Notes

Welcome to footy on the Hill-Easter Sunday Edition. Our old rivals Crib Pt make the journey up from the Nest to do battle for the Emond-Healy Shield which has been safely in our hands for the last few years. Good wins to the unders and seconds last week , and an extraordinary finish to the main game Unfortunately Sommie had done the damage in the third quarter before the storm struck and the game called off. Well done to all concerned in a common sense decision. Well done to our Netballers on their promising start-two wins and a near miss. We also welcome women’s football on the Hill under the coaching of Heath Sanderson. The girls will play on Sundays after the juniors and interested players should seek information from the club. Tonight will see the inaugural Players Auction when groups of three footballers and netballers will be put under the hammer. Week to week prizes to be won if one of your group excels! MAJOR Events coming up. Golf Day Friday 17th May Flinders Golf Club Information on line where bookings can be made. LADIES Day. Lunch Saturday 20th May ANNUAL Ball. Saturday 27th May SPONSORS. KAY and BURTON. PARINGA wines. BELL POTTER Securities

Under 19’s

Coach: Andrew Gilmour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


Daniel Frampton Alister Fuller James Greenwood Nathan Higgins Hayden Horscroft Lachlan Horscroft Jack Kearney Max Knight Mathew Lonsdale


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Harry Lowe Jarrod Lowe Aidan Marchesani Darcy McDonald Shea Mitchell Jack Pilgrim James Pittard Mcalister Pittock Lachlan Prins


19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Nathan Scagliarini Jai Taylor Ryan Taylor Nicholas Theobald Max Tulen Zak Turner Harry Walker



CRIB POINT MAGPIES Ground Recreation Reserve, Colin Pde, Crib Point Mel: 195 B1 Phone 5983 9323 Colours Black & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Crib Point’s 2017 season kicked off with a bang with 6 of the 7 teams getting up !History was made with Cribby’s own legend Michael Binney officially opening the CPFNC netball courts. An emotional moment for many involved. It has been an incredibly long road and they were finally able to play a game at their home ground. A great feeling! On court, the girls could not have asked for a better start to the 2017 season. In the footy , the Under 19’s football side ended up playing a practice match, with Tyabb unable to fill a side and a forfeit. Coach Andrew Wisken and his boys will have to wait one more week for their first official match. In the Reserves, Coach Dale Crossman had his first game at the helm and although it didn’t quite go to plan there were still some promising signs. Crib started strongly but lost their way. Losing Vice-captain Joel Monger early with a knee injury made things tough. Daniel Briggs was a human wrecking ball for throwing himself at every contest. They went down 46 - 57. The seniors put in a strong team performance to the delight of first time coach Brad Arnold. They were hot from the first bounce with Waide Symes coming back from injury after 678 days on the sidelines contributing 8 goals , and Taylor Stratton a stand out in the midfield, contributing 5 goals himself, and new recruit Mitch Chopping with 3 . The new jumpers looked smashing ! See you all up at the old rival Red Hills ground for Easter Sunday Footy ! #GoCrib #flapflapswoopswoop

Seniors Coach: Brad Arnold Reserves Coach: Dale Crossman 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Sam Adams Brad Arnold Dean Warry Zack Condick Danny Vercoe Zach Vines Daniel White (RC) Zak De Kleuver (VC) Nick Rutherford Luke Herrington Waide Symes (VC) Billy Tovey Ben King Mitch Stansborough (C) David Cook Neil Clark Paul Smith Jayden Deas Shayne Ainsworth Riley Clifford Jacob Cook Brodie Hill Jayden Espenchied (RVC) Brendan Phillips Jack Johnson (RC) Tim Cook Brad Davidson Liam O’Connor Elliott Avis Trystan Precht

31 32 33 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 53 54 55 57 60 64 77

Jake Bromley Ethan Smith Joel Wisken Paul Dadds Daniel Briggs Joel Monger (RVC) David Macintyre Beau Monty Mark Cairns Ben Wigan Mitch Chopping Taylor Stratton Matt Hogan Gordon Frankel Nick Blogg Kyle Arnott Cal Campbell Beau Baker Tyler Wilton Marty Berryman Tim Malcolm Kye Espenchied Jon Flack Sam Hodic Mitch Kleinig Mathew Sloper

Under 19’s

Coach: Andrew Wisken 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Isaac Cunningham Will Larkin Joseph Smith (C) Regan Ryan Josh Fenwick Riley Bowman Ned Shannon Nick Rutherford Pat Gracie (DVC) Spencer Wilton



12 13 14 17 18 22 25 27 30 31

Harri De Kleuver(VC) Khai Jones Aaron King Jake Daniel Bailey Greening Jack Hill Jarrod Fisk (VC) Jack Field Stephen Beach Tyler Lewis

32 33 34 35 36 37 38 43 44

Dylan Van Ruyven Joel Wisken Daniel Henry Corbin Overton Jett Wilson Aaron Whitford Caiden Follett Jacob Collins Bailey Williams





Bendigo Community Bank Heritage Round Saturday 1st April Tyabb 4.4.28 v Hastings 20.16.136 (R10) Round 1 - Saturday 8th April Crib Point 18.11.119 vs Tyabb 6.12.48 Hastings 18.10.118 vs Rye 11.10.76 Pearcedale 12.16.88 vs Devon M 13.4.82 Rosebud 7.5.47 vs Sorrento 12.12.84 Somerville 14.10.94 vs Red Hill 9.4.58 Frankston 14.16.100 vs Dromana 4.7.31 Round 2 - Easter Round Good Friday 14th April Rye vs Rosebud Tyabb vs Somerville Pearcedale vs Frankston Easter Saturday 15th April Sorrento vs Dromana Devon Meadows vs Hastings Easter Sunday 16th April Red Hill vs Crib Point Round 3 - Anzac Round Saturday 22rd April Dromana vs Tyabb Frankston vs Hastings Rosebud vs Red Hill Somerville vs Pearcedale Sorrento vs Rye Devon Meadows vs Crib Point Round 4 - Saturday 29th April Crib Point vs Sorrento Red Hill vs Frankston Rosebud vs Somerville Rye vs Pearcedale Tyabb vs Devon Meadows Hastings vs Dromana Round 5 - Umpire Round Saturday 6th May Crib Point vs Hastings Devon Meadows vs Somerville Dromana vs Rosebud Pearcedale vs Sorrento Tyabb vs Red Hill Rye vs Frankston AFL Victoria Championships Saturday 13th May Geelong FNL v MPNFL Round 6 - Saturday 20th May Dromana vs Pearcedale Frankston vs Crib Point Red Hill vs Hastings Rosebud vs Devon Meadows Somerville vs Rye Sorrento vs Tyabb Round 7 - Indigenous Round Friday 26th May Tyabb vs Frankston Saturday 27th May Crib Point vs Dromana Sorrento vs Somerville Pearcedale vs Red Hill Hastings vs Rosebud Devon Meadows vs Rye Round 8 - Quit Round Saturday 3rd June Frankston vs Devon Meadows Pearcedale vs Hastings Red Hill vs Sorrento Rosebud vs Tyabb Rye vs Crib Point Somerville vs Dromana Queens Birthday Weekend Saturday 10th June Rye vs Sorrento - Rd 17 Sunday 11th June Dromana vs Red Hill - Rd 9


Round 9 - Saturday 17th June Crib Point vs Pearcedale Devon Meadows vs Sorrento Frankston vs Rosebud Hastings vs Somerville Tyabb vs Rye Round 10 - Saturday 24th June Crib Point vs Somerville Pearcedale vs Rosebud Red Hill vs Devon Meadows Rye vs Dromana Sorrento vs Frankston Round 11 - Saturday 1st July Dromana vs Devon Meadows Hastings vs Sorrento Somerville vs Frankston Pearcedale vs Tyabb Red Hill vs Rye Rosebud vs Crib Point Round 12 - Pink Round Saturday 8th July Devon Meadows vs Pearcedale Frankston vs Red Hill Rye vs Hastings Somerville vs Rosebud Tyabb vs Dromana Sorrento vs Crib Point Round 13 - Saturday 15th July Crib Point vs Devon Meadows Dromana vs Frankston Hastings vs Pearcedale Rye vs Somerville Tyabb vs Rosebud Sorrento vs Red Hill Round 14 - Saturday 22nd July Devon Meadows vs Tyabb Dromana vs Sorrento Hastings vs Frankston Pearcedale vs Crib Point Rosebud vs Rye Red Hill vs Somerville Round 15 - Multicultural Round Saturday 29th July Frankston vs Sorrento Hastings vs Crib Point Red Hill vs Dromana Rosebud vs Pearcedale Somerville vs Devon Meadows Rye vs Tyabb Round 16 - Saturday 5th August Crib Point vs Rosebud Devon Meadows vs Red Hill Dromana vs Somerville Frankston vs Rye Tyabb vs Pearcedale Sorrento vs Hastings Round 17 - Saturday 12th August Crib Point vs Red Hill Devon Meadows vs Frankston Pearcedale vs Dromana Somerville vs Tyabb Rosebud vs Hastings Round 18 - Saturday 19th August Dromana vs Rye Frankston vs Pearcedale Red Hill vs Tyabb Somerville vs Crib Point Hastings vs Devon Meadows Sorrento vs Rosebud FINALS Saturday 26th August - EF & QF Sunday 2nd September - SF 1st & 2nd Saturday 9th September - PF Saturday 16th September - GF





Easter Weekend Welcome to the crazy round played over 3 days. For some it’s the 4th full moon of the year, for others it’s the 1st full moon of the football season. Either way we know that all the loonies come out to play. If you have ever worked in an industry that deals with the public like our Police, Ambos, Firemen and Women, plus the health care industry you understand what a full moon means. Everywhere you look there are crazy people. I do ask however, who are the craziest of all? The footballers who we are there to watch, the paying public who are the real experts on football (just ask any one of them and they will tell you) or the umpires, of which there are 3 groups. Field, Boundary and Goal. The quick answer is the women and men, girls and boys who umpire football. The next question you must ask is, amongst this group of individuals who are the looniest? Again, the answer is simple. It must be the loony ones that run between the behind posts. I hear the goal umpires groan “not again” but they are wrong. It is the boundary umpires. You must ask yourself what goes through the mind of a boundary umpire during a game. I asked one who just happens to be my son. His first answer was interesting. “I don’t know. Just trying to keep my eye on the ball and anticipate where the ball is going.” He didn’t have a second answer. This says to me that there is not much going on

between the ears however they might also be the smart ones of the group. Think about it. You constantly hear the players and crowd questioning every decision a field umpire makes or more to the point doesn’t make. The advice given to goal umpires on any close decision can border on the insane, however the boundary umpires must only worry about their hair and the way it flows as they sprint past like the flash from behind post to behind post. As a goal umpire who regularly relies on the looniest umpires of all (the boundary umpire) I thank you for your craziness. Keep up the great work. Get Involved SUA are always on the lookout for those crazy individuals who want to become umpires. It takes a certain type of person to want to umpire, but those people who take the brave step, often benefit greatly from all umpiring offers. If you love the game and you want to keep fit, learn life skills, meet new friends and earn some money then umpiring is for you. Stay in Touch Stay in touch with all information about Southern Umpires Association (SUA) by following or adding us on social media. Twitter: Search for @SouthernUmpires and follow us; Facebook: Search for Southern Umpires Association and like our page; Instagram: Search for @SouthernUmpires and follow us for exclusive pictures; and TeamApp: add the TeamApp on your smart phone and search for the Southern Umpires Association.



Netball Preview

Bendigo Community Bank Nepean Netball Preview – Round 2 2017 Rye v Rosebud For Rye A-Grade it will be the first game for the 2017 season. The Demons will have a challenge on their hand though, facing Rosebud who come off a convincing win against Sorrento last week. This local derby is always a big game, and both sides will be ready to take it on. It’s a hard choice to tip who will win, but with Rosebud already having a victory under their belt, they will get the nod this week. Pearcedale v Frankston Bombers Big game this week, and although we won’t be seeing Barry Hall putting on an Aline dress, this game will have it all. Pearcedale were surprised by a slick Devon Meadows outfit last week and will be looking to make amends. An on the other hand as mention last week, Frankston blew Dromana away with an 18-point victory. The Panthers will have another tough game on their hands with the new and improved Bombshells outfit. Tough one to call, Frankston to keep the surprises coming.

up and coming sides and a win here could set up either side for the rest of the season, providing that confidence needed to take that next step. Dromana should rebound this week and get their season back on track. Tyabb v Somerville Who could have thought that if Tyabb were to lose last week to Crib Point, that it would be as much as a 29-point margin? The Yabbies will be thinking the same, along with how they can turn that performance around. Somerville, on the other hand, had a nice little win over Red Hill and will be looking to capitalise on down Tyabb side. Should be a brilliant game, Somerville will get this week’s tip. Red Hill v Crib Point What a game fist up from Crib Point. The Premiers made sure that they sent a statement to the rest of the competition, that it will be hard to take the Premiers title off them. Red Hill might have a tough day in the office ahead, but not one that they will baulk at. Crib Point is the tip for this game. Devon Meadows - Bye

Sorrento v Dromana Both sides opened their season with a loss, but after today that will change for one team. It will be the battle of the


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank

Rosebud Buds

Frankston Bombshells

A-Grade – In our opening round against Sorrento we got rid of the cobwebs early. Jumping on the court with the fire in our belly. We put the pressure on all over the court which we planned to do early on. We had a few changes and it was good to see that we have depth and the changes didn’t make a difference. Great first win. Best – Daisy & Tam. B-Grade – Our game focus was to get a really smooth transition of passing down the court and our hard work at training paid off! We came together to achieve a great win by 10 goals. Our centre court dominated to get the ball down to our shooters smoothly. Sorrento were great competitors so well done to them as well. Best - Indi in GS & Erica in WA. C-Grade – A massive first game, we played a tight first quarter and jelled together like a team should. We played a brilliant all round game and our defence were on point! Attack end were a new combo but played like they have played together for years. Well done to Heather on her first ever game of netball with the highlight being a screamer of an intercept! Convincing win in the end, very proud of you all. Best – Tiahn & Ashlee. Under 17s – It was a tough game against Sorrento, missing a few of our key players to sickness and injury. After a slow start the girls picked up, focusing on what we needed to work on, progressively improving each quarter. Awesome defence by Hollie and Liz, shooting by Jamie and strong drives by Kate through the middle. Great work girls! Best – Hollie & Liz

Hastings Blues

A very hot windy day was not the ideal conditions for netball, as we welcomed Rye for their first round for the season. D Grade We faced a tough opposition with Rye bringing a strong front. The girls battled it out with great patches of on court play. Plenty still to work on but it is exciting to know what we can achieve. Increasing our finesse in the goal circle will make a big impact moving forward. C GRADE We kept the hustle up the entire game, defending strongly. In the second half we kept up our tight defence causing Rye to turn over the ball time and time again remaining competitive as ever! Wind wasn’t in our favour for our shooters and we failed to capitalize, work on some shooting at training this week will be our focus. B Grade A slow start on a hot, sunny winding day saw us on the back foot from the start. We did however regroup coming out strongly in the third quarter, winning it by a goal. A new group still getting to know each other on the court has B grade playing a little inconsistent, as the season continues this will definitely improve. All teams are excited for the this weeks Easter Saturday clash with Devon Meadows.


The Easter bunny came early and delivered some wins! Seven from seven has a very nice ring to it, the only thing sweeter is the gentle sound of clinking half price cruisers in celebration of all netball, and all football teams victories! Our dominating D grade set the scene with an out of position Beth feeding our shooters gold, she has us questioning why we haven’t played her in centre before. And Ash displayed some characteristics a bit unfamiliar to her, she showed patience and poise and shot with class. C grade notched up their first win with a masterclass of netball skills. Combining well across the court but particularly H and KP in goals, H liked shooting goals almost as much as she likes hotdogs. B grade kept the wins rolling. Em showed Mads and Jen that you only need one person to smash out a bomber block, Mads retaliated by attacking the ground and earning some band aids but also a win for her efforts. Meanwhile A grade have what they haven’t in a while: Hope. They have officially won more games than we did last year and were on fire so often during the game we all had to stop, drop and roll. Em and Josie shot from comfortable territory which seemed like anywhere in the goal circle, and Rubes was so quick she made her opponent look as slow as a broken clock. When they gel so well now, who knows what they can achieve. So let’s bring on round two and realise it’s an important tradition to overreact from round one, so lock all teams in for the premiership!

Somerville Eagles

Round 1 saw us take on Red Hill in what were thankfully dry conditions. We came away with mixed results and lots to work on but enjoyed our first hit out of the season! It was the first time the D girls had all played together. Although the result wasn’t the one they were after, there were some good passages of play and they found some exciting new combinations. The C girls also just missed out on the win however they played well, didn’t drop their heads and their combinations worked well. The B girls came away with a great win. Every player on court did what was asked of them and the effort showed in the results. The A girls came back from being down at half time and had a great second half, everyone playing well and shutting down their opponents. Overall a really promising start to the 2017 season! Today we take on Tyabb for the Easter round where we are hoping to come away with 4 from 4! GO EAGLES!

Netball Notes

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Tyabb Yabbies

Thanks to our long time sponsor this week ‘BRAD PHILLIPS ELECTRICAL’ Our first game back was a local one against Rosebud. Our U17’s played an amazing game for the first game of the season as a new team. The whole team played extremely well, with an outstanding performance from the defence end with Gemma and Maggie stopping the majority of the oppositions opportunities. Overall we came out with a convincing win over rosebud! The C grade girls started off well against Rosebud but a couple of silly mistakes lead them to get a handy lead early on in the game. As it was also their first game as a new team, they have a lot to work on but the potential for a strong team is definitely there. Brooke was a standout throughout the game in defence getting many rebounds in the circle. Next up was our B grade girls who played an amazing game. It was side by side in the scoring for the first three quarters but unfortunately Rosebud slipped away in the last quarter. Jens defence through out the game was spectacular defending some of the game with out a GD, and Livs crazy scoring was amazing with her also shooting with out a GA for some of the game. The A grade girls gave it their all and never gave up but Rosebud just got away and developed a strong lead early in the game. Our shooters played a great game proving their spot in the A team. The Denniston sisters played outstanding with both hardly missing a shot! Well done girls. Looking forward to a big game against Dromana!

Last week against Crib Point was one of our worst performances in the history of our great club with all 4 teams going down. Across all games, Crib were more polished, fitter & combined better as a team. With so many new players to the club we’re aware it will take time to iron out creases in our game plan & we’re fortunate to have had this shake up early on in the season with plenty of time to improve. D grade worked tirelessly in defence with Megan constantly turning the ball over & sending it back into attack. Despite her large workload Mayra was best on court with her never-say-die attitude. Jayde was impressive in C grade, working hard to bring the ball out of defence & causing turnovers with her relentless pressure across the court. Jaye & Lace combined well but, unfortunately, they weren’t rewarded on the scoreboard. B grade best on was Rhi with her efforts in turning the ball over all across the court & backing up in attack. Unfortunately the girls had only one option to the ball all game which proved too easy for the Crib defenders to intercept. It was a day for defenders with Watto also named beston in A grade due to her ability to continuously turn the ball over & work well with all combinations out in front. More work needs to be done to vary the work in attack to capitalise on the work of the defenders. All coaches are looking for a more consistent, whole team effort, as we continue our challenging start to the season against Somie. NIP! NIP!

Dromana Tigers

U17 are looking forward to their first outing of 2017 after a competitive 2016 season. U17 League Best and Fairest Rivvy Walter is leading the team with several team mates from last year and a good selection of new players, plus more development players in the wings. We are excited about what the year holds for this team, coached by returning A Grade player Elise Hunter. C Grade are keen to rebound from the opening round against Frankston. It was great to see the girls together for the first time against some more experienced players. While the court was hot underfoot for some before the storms came through Baxter, we are looking forward to more traditional netball temperatures in Sorrento this week. B Grade had a respectable start against a traditionally strong B Grade Frankston in round one, although we didn’t get the win. The team are gelling very well with lots of returning players from 2016 and some exciting new additions including U17 Shaye and Mackenzie, and country recruit Sophie Driscoll. With a super mix of experience and young talent, A Grade are proud to be developing home grown talent and a strong club culture. The traditional feistiness and 100% endeavour at all costs is back this year with a few surprises along the way. Hopefully this week we can be closer at the final siren. Go Tigers


Netball Notes

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Devon Meadows Panthers

It was a clash of the panthers!! We saw the under 17s go down 47 to 17. They faced quality opposition in Pearcedale, we managed to play some great netball and keep up until half way through the second quarter. After this their class was too great for our Panther Cubs. Caitlyn Browne ran the centre with great control & our goalers were accurate when we had opportunity. Hocking Stuart Frankston Player of the Day - Ella Boakes. D grade took off well but in the end we lost 33 to 20. Jess and Kat in our defensive end got quite a few turnovers but unfortunately we were unable to turn them into goals. Best on went to Brooke Murray for her control and ability to always be there for an option for all the girls. A special mention goes the under 17s girls who stepped up and filled a position in our senior team! What a game for c grade coming out a draw at 31 each! The girls showed great versatility on the court with Caitlin brown being a stand out in the mid court. Emily edwards came on in the second half, becoming a big assett to our defensive pressure. Best on went to Maddie Brown. B grade came out firing from the first whistle winning 45 to 27. We worked many combinations all of which worked well. Let’s get another win on the board this weekend. Ezzy mortgages player of the day was Jill everitt. A grade then followed up with another win 48 to 26. Ash and Nat smashed the denfense, taking on any player pearcedale threw at them! The play flowed well and the girls worked great as a team.


Red Hill Hills

A grade continues to develop young local players and we welcome Emilie and Kate to the squad! As usual it was a good hit out against Somerville and we started well. Defense was strong and consistent across the whole game, goalers worked well in lots of combinations and will only get better! Great bench support from Zoe and Katelyn! B grade will be disappointed after the game on Saturday, but with more game time together they will quickly develop into a consistent, competitive team! A group with lots of talent that will only grow in confidence and skill. We welcomed new players Ella and Zoe with K Morg making a comeback! A closer and slower match than the ‘D’s but a great result for the ‘C’ team with another win for Red Hill. Fabulous comeback from Liv Raven in defence who teamed up with Aimee Mickleburough to shut down the Somerville shooters. Abbie King showed her signature athleticism and accurate shooting in goals. Each player put in a big effort under the warm and windy conditions. The ‘D’ team was made up of a mix of new and old players and the combination was formidable. Watching the game you would never pick that the girls had never played together before. They started strongly and never dropped their guard. Every player put in a great effort with excellent intercepts by Mariah Mold, pin point accurate passes by Liv Cook and an exceptional 32 goals scored by Mae Cuming. An excellent to start to the season with a convincing win over Somerville. 41 to 15

Netball Notes

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History was made last weekend. Our own wonderful clubman Michael Binney officially opened the CPFNC new netball courts. An emotional moment for many involved. It has been an incredibly long road and we’ve finally been able to play our first game at our home ground. A great feeling! On court, we could not have asked for a better start to the 2017 season with all of our teams getting their first win. We weren’t sure how our D Graders would go, with their mixture of youth and experience however we were incredibly impressed with their performance, winning by 14. Newcomer Laura Smith had a blinder and received the BOC award. Ayla Gallagher stared in D Grade’s winning performance and was BOC. 29 goals was the difference. It was awesome to see mother and daughter, Rachel and Ayla play together, something we might see more of over the season! B Grade was a little closer, winning by 8 although the team were in control all game and never looked like letting the game slip. The girls worked on the feedback from coach Adrienne and will continue to improve during the season. Tahlia in WD was BOC. The Grand Final rematch ended up being a bit of a blow out. Our girls came away with a 29 goal win. Playing as a team and having worked really hard during the preseason certainly paid off. BOC - Adrienne Harris. Today we play Red Hill, best of luck to our boys too. We expect to have a tough encounter across all grades and on the field. Enjoy some chocolate this weekend!

Rye Demons We travelled to Hastings for Round 1 on a warm and windy day. Our D grade team combined to have a great win over the Hastings. The girls showed lots of versatility, with lots of changes to give everyone a run. Defence was tight all game, limiting Hastings to only 7 goals for the game. Final score 29-7. Well done girls! BOC – Ruby Jones C grade also had a great win. Defence was another strong point with Sarah, Hayley and Eliza working well together and having some great intercepts. There were some great passages of play down the court with Melissa feeding well into the goalers. Ingrid keeping us entertained with her great goaling skills. Final Score 34-11. BOC- Ingrid Trivett B Grade had the closest game for the day, winning 3 out of 4 quarters. Chloe was strong in the centre court, moving fast and creating space when needed. Our goalers worked hard all game against a determined Hasting defenders. Sienna, Imogen and Bianca worked hard in Defence, with the Hastings goalers showing a lot of strength. After a third quarter loss, Rye came back to win the 4th and the game by 10 goals. Final Score 33-23. BOC- Sienna Wills With three great wins, there is still plenty of room for improvement. Looking forward to some great netball against Rosebud for the Good Friday clash. Don’t forget our Player Auction in the rooms after the games. Go Dees!

Pearcedale Panthers

The Pink Panthers season sure has kicked off with a ROAR! With plenty of new faces and talent around the club, we were set to give it our all against Devon Meadows in the inaugural Panther Cup. Our 17’s kicked the day off and hit the ground running taking our opposition by surprise and before you knew it, had opened a 20 goal lead. The girls didn’t stop there though, leaving Devon scoreless in the 3rd quarter they finished the game an impressive 30 goals up- a great start from this young team. D Grade were next up and determined to show that experience over youth would get them the win today and it sure did! Led by the defensive duo of Brownwyn & Vikki they took the 4 points by 13 goals. C grade was set for a tough match as always, though particularly so this week from missing the majority of their defensive end. However these girls really took it to Devon and fought hard for every second, scoring a goal on the siren to even it up and come away with a draw. B Grade, full of fresh faces, showed promising signs of brilliance at times and determination not to let Devon just walk away with the W. Maybe not quite converting their effort on court into goals on the scoreboard the gals still put up a challenge they can be proud of. Although a little slow out of the gate, A Grade finished their game strong especially through their midcourt. Not a team to be taken lightly this season, they look to challenge most teams- and Frankston are next! Get down for a Thursday night BLOCKBUSTER!



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a grade

Crib Point 18.11.119 def Tyabb 6.12.48 Hastings 18.10.118 def Rye 11.10.76 Pearcedale 12.16.88 def Devon M 13.4.82 Rosebud 7.5.47 def by Sorrento 12.12.84 Somerville 14.10.94 def Red Hill 9.4.58 Frankston 14.16.100 def Dromana 4.7.31

RESERVES Crib Point 7.4.46 def by Tyabb 9.3.57 Hastings 13.7.85 def Rye 7.4.46 Pearcedale 5.7.37 def by Devon M 7.9.51 Rosebud 6.4.40 def by Sorrento 14.7.91 Somerville 5.6.36 def by Red Hill 7.8.50 Frankston 10.8.68 def Dromana 7.6.48


Crib Point won by forfeit Tyabb Hastings 6.4.40 def Rye 3.10.28 Pearcedale 4.12.36 def by Devon M 10.12.72 Rosebud 13.8.86 def Sorrento 9.6.60 Somerville 9.10.64 def by Red Hill 10.8.68 Frankston 8.10.58 def Dromana 6.7.43

Crib Point Pearcedale Rosebud Somerville Frankston

47 def 18 Tyabb 26 def by 48 Devon Meadows 60 def 35 Sorrento 41 def 28 Red Hill 44 def 26 Dromana

Crib Point Hastings Pearcedale Rosebud Somerville Frankston

34 def 26 Tyabb 23 def by 33 Rye 17 def by 45 Devon Meadows 37 def 27 Sorrento 62 def 21 Red Hill 47 def 29 Dromana

Crib Point Hastings Pearcedale Rosebud Somerville Frankston

37 def 17 Tyabb 11 def by 34 Rye 31 drew 31 Devon Meadows 38 def 14 Sorrento 23 def by 30 Red Hill 40 def 10 Dromana

b grade

c grade

D GRADE Crib Point Hastings Pearcedale Somerville Frankston

24 def 10 Tyabb 7 def by 29 Rye 33 def 20 Devon Meadows 15 def by 41 Red Hill 36 def 12 Dromana

Under 17

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47 def 17 Devon Meadows 12 def by 30 Sorrento

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Footy Stats

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Snrs Res U19 Total

Hastings 6 4 2 12 Frankston 3 2 1 6 Sorrento 3 2 0 5 Crib Point 3 0 1 4 Somerville 3 0 0 3 Pearcedale 3 0 0 3 Red Hill 0 2 1 3 Devon M 0 2 1 3 Tyabb 0 2 0 2 Rosebud 0 0 1 1 Dromana 0 0 0 0 Rye 0 0 0 0




Luke Hewitt Waide Symes Shaun Foster Luke Clark Allan Murray Leigh Poholke Steven Mcinnes Taylor Stratton Ben Hughes Glenn Anderson

Hastings Crib Point Hastings Hastings Devon M Sorrento Devon M Crib Point Red Hill Pearcedale

2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

8 8 7 6 5 5 5 5 4 4

4 8 3.5 3 5 5 5 5 4 4

reserves netball Team

A B C D U17 T

Rye Tyabb Frankston Crib Point Rosebud Devon M Somerville Pearcedale Red Hill Sorrento Dromana Hastings

3 2 1 0 0 6 3 2 1 0 - 6 3 2 1 0 - 6 3 2 1 0 - 6 3 2 1 - 0 6 3 2 0.5 1 0 5.5 3 2 0 0 - 5 0 0 0.5 1 1 1.5 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 - 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0

combined Club







D U17


Hastings 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 - 6 Frankston 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 - 6 Crib Point 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 - 5 Devon M 0 1 1 1 1 0.5 1 0 4.5 Tyabb 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 - 4 Rosebud 0 0 1 1 1 1 - 0 4 Somerville 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 - 3 Sorrento 1 1 0 0 0 0 - 1 3 Red Hill 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 Rye 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 Pearcedale 1 0 0 0 0 0.5 1 1 2.5 Dromana 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0




David Hull Matthew Dimkos Daniel Hickey Jack Mcmillan Benjamin Schroen Benjamin Schultz Daniel Edwards Daniel Noble Dylan Burstall Fletcher Kearney

Hastings Tyabb Sorrento Frankston Hastings Rosebud Hastings Hastings Tyabb Red Hill

2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1

5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

2.5 2.5 4 4 1.5 3 1.5 1.5 3 3

under 19 Player



Liam Drew Ben Paarlberg Campbell Hustwaite Jack Harmes Jack Winton Jake Rigby Lachlan Haskett Mitchell Delmo Nathan Abbott Bailey Holt

Devon M Hastings Rosebud Devon M Hastings Frankston Hastings Somerville Rosebud Sorrento

1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

5 1.5 3 3 1.5 3 3 3 3 2


Ladders SENIORS Team


% Pts

Hastings 2 2 0 0 254 104 244.23 8 Frankston 1 1 0 0 100 31 322.58 4 Crib Point 1 1 0 0 119 48 247.92 4 Sorrento 1 1 0 0 84 47 178.72 4 Somerville 1 1 0 0 94 58 162.07 4 Pearcedale 1 1 0 0 88 82 107.32 4 Devon M 1 0 1 0 82 88 93.18 0 Rye 1 0 1 0 76 118 64.41 0 Red Hill 1 0 1 0 58 94 61.70 0 Rosebud 1 0 1 0 47 84 55.95 0 Dromana 1 0 1 0 31 100 31.00 0 Tyabb 2 0 2 0 76 255 29.80 0



% Pts

Hastings 2 2 0 0 150 90 166.67 8 Sorrento 1 1 0 0 91 40 227.50 4 Frankston 1 1 0 0 68 48 141.67 4 Red Hill 1 1 0 0 50 36 138.89 4 Devon M 1 1 0 0 51 37 137.84 4 Tyabb 2 1 1 0 101 111 90.99 4 Crib Point 1 0 1 0 46 57 80.70 0 Pearcedale 1 0 1 0 37 51 72.55 0 Somerville 1 0 1 0 36 50 72.00 0 Dromana 1 0 1 0 48 68 70.59 0 Rye 1 0 1 0 46 85 54.12 0 Rosebud 1 0 1 0 40 91 43.96 0


% Pts

Hastings 2 2 0 0 100 76 131.58 8 Devon M 1 1 0 0 72 36 200.00 4 Rosebud 1 1 0 0 86 60 143.33 4 Frankston 1 1 0 0 58 43 134.88 4 Red Hill 1 1 0 0 68 64 106.25 4 Crib Point 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Somerville 1 0 1 0 64 68 94.12 0 Tyabb 1 0 1 0 48 60 80.00 0 Dromana 1 0 1 0 43 58 74.14 0 Rye 1 0 1 0 28 40 70.00 0 Sorrento 1 0 1 0 60 86 69.77 0 Pearcedale 1 0 1 0 36 72 50.00 0


B GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 1 1 0 0 62 21 4 295.24 Devon M 1 1 0 0 45 17 4 264.71 Frankston 1 1 0 0 47 29 4 162.07 Rye 1 1 0 0 33 23 4 143.48 Rosebud 1 1 0 0 37 27 4 137.04 Crib Point 1 1 0 0 34 26 4 130.77 Tyabb 2 1 0 1 72 60 4 120.00 Sorrento 1 0 0 1 27 37 0 72.97 Hastings 2 0 0 2 49 79 0 62.03 Dromana 1 0 0 1 29 47 0 61.70 Pearcedale 1 0 0 1 17 45 0 37.78 Red Hill 1 0 0 1 21 62 0 33.87

C GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Frankston 1 1 0 0 40 10 4 400.00 Rye 1 1 0 0 34 11 4 309.09 Rosebud 1 1 0 0 38 14 4 271.43 Crib Point 1 1 0 0 37 17 4 217.65 Red Hill 1 1 0 0 30 23 4 130.43 Tyabb 2 1 0 1 48 44 4 109.09 Devon M 1 0 1 0 31 31 2 100.00 Pearcedale 1 0 1 0 31 31 2 100.00 Somerville 1 0 0 1 23 30 0 76.67 Sorrento 1 0 0 1 14 38 0 36.84 Hastings 2 0 0 2 18 65 0 27.69 Dromana 1 0 0 1 10 40 0 25.00


under 19’s Team

A GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Crib Point 1 1 0 0 47 18 4 261.11 Devon M 1 1 0 0 48 26 4 184.62 Rosebud 1 1 0 0 60 35 4 171.43 Frankston 1 1 0 0 44 26 4 169.23 Somerville 1 1 0 0 41 28 4 146.43 Red Hill 1 0 0 1 28 41 0 68.29 Dromana 1 0 0 1 26 44 0 59.09 Sorrento 1 0 0 1 35 60 0 58.33 Pearcedale 1 0 0 1 26 48 0 54.17 Tyabb 1 0 0 1 18 47 0 38.30 Hastings 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rye 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team P W D L F A Pts % Rye 1 1 0 0 29 7 4 414.29 Frankston 1 1 0 0 36 12 4 300.00 Red Hill 1 1 0 0 41 15 4 273.33 Crib Point 1 1 0 0 24 10 4 240.00 Pearcedale 1 1 0 0 33 20 4 165.00 Tyabb 2 1 0 1 37 32 4 115.63 Devon M 1 0 0 1 20 33 0 60.61 Somerville 1 0 0 1 15 41 0 36.59 Dromana 1 0 0 1 12 36 0 33.33 Hastings 2 0 0 2 15 56 0 26.79

Under 17 Team P W D L F A Pts % Pearcedale 1 1 0 0 47 17 4 276.47 Sorrento 1 1 0 0 30 12 4 250.00 Rosebud 1 0 0 1 12 30 0 40.00 Devon M 1 0 0 1 17 47 0 36.17


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