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ROUND 3 22nd-25th APRIL 2017


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This weekends games.... Saturday 22nd April Bonbeach v Chelsea Edi-Asp v Pines Langwarrin v Seaford

Sunday 23rd April Karingal v Frankston YCW

Tuesday 25th April Mt Eliza v Mornington



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AFL South East

ANZAC Day Round Hot on the heels of an Easter weekend which saw big crowds across the Leagues, we have another extended round to commemorate ANZAC Day. In a stand alone fixture on ANZAC Day itself, Mt Eliza and Mornington will pay tribute to the fallen ANZACS with a full service before the game. Clubs across the weekend will also have variations of the theme to pay respects to those lost in wars over the generations. ANZAC Day is the anniversary of the landing of troops from Australia and New Zealand on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey on April 25 1915. The ceremonies that take place on ANZAC Day remember the lives of those who died in military action. Football plays its part in ensuring the ANZAC tradition is maintained. Watch out for Narre Warren, Cranbourne and Rosebud in their commemorative ANZAC Day jumpers. Local Boys selected The hopes of several local boys aiming for an AFL career have been enhanced, with selection in the TAC Vic Country U18 squad. The following boys (with their junior clubs in brackets) have been selected in the preliminary squad. Hunter Clark (Mornington), Oscar Clavarino (Berwick), Aaron Darling (Crib Point), Luke Davies-Uniacke (Rye), Tom De Koning (Mornington), Sam Fletcher (Red Hill),

Bailey Morrish (Beaconsfield), Angus Patterson (Mornington), Mitchell Riordan (Beaconsfield), Bailey Schmidt (Seaford), Bailey Williams (Crib Point) and Lachlan Young (Mt Eliza) Good luck to all the boys as they press for a spot in the final squad. The NAB U18 Championships commence on June 11. Frankston Dolphins Mornington Peninsula Clubs received a financial boost this week with the announcement that a Frankston Dolphins sponsor would contribute $2,000 to each MPNFL Club, in return for Highgrove Bathrooms signage at their ground. Gary Buckenara (Manager) and the Dolphins Committee are not only working hard to get a VFL licence returned to Frankston, but also to engage more with community football in the area. AFL South East wishes them well in their quest. Best of luck to all clubs this weekend. John Anderson RGM AFL South East



AFL Vic Country WorkSafe Game of the Month returns! A number of community football clubs in regional Victoria will welcome the return of the WorkSafe Game of the Month in season 2017. This year is set to be bigger and better than ever, with eight exciting WorkSafe Games of the Month planned in leagues across the state with our first event kicking off in the South West Football Netball League on April 30. Now in its 15th year, the WorkSafe Game of the Month centres around traditional grudge matches between country football and netball club rivals and attract large crowds of fervent supporters.

See below for this year’s WorkSafe Game of the Month locations: •

Sunday 30th April – South West FL: Branxholme-Wallacedale v Coleraine

Sunday 28th May – Ovens & King FL:

North Wangaratta v King Valley

Sunday 4th June– Geelong & DFL:

Winchelsea v Geelong West

Sunday 18th June – West Gippsland FNL: Phillip Island v Dalyston

Sunday 16th July – Yarra Valley:

WorkSafe AFL Victoria Country partners with Netball Victoria to bring some of football’s and netball’s biggest names to the matches to meet the locals and share their sporting stories, with current-day AFL player Ambassadors, football personalities and the likes of AFL champions Russell Robertson, David Parkin and Peter Knights set to appear in season 2017.

Healesville v Olinda

Sunday 23rd July – Central Highlands FNL: Daylesford v Gordon

Sunday 30th July – Horsham District FL: Edenhope Apsley v Kalkee

Sunday 6th August –Loddon Valley FNL:

Spectators can enjoy the local atmosphere with a host of family-friendly activities including football and netball themed inflatables, face painting and giveaways, plus see your face on the big screen with the WorkSafe LED truck scoreboard.

Calivil United v Pyramid Hill

Another highlight is the National Anthem prior to the game sung by a local identity and the post-match presentations where our WorkSafe Ambassadors will present the sought-after WorkSafe Trophy and best on ground medal.

WorkSafe AFL Victoria Country Football Manager Jim Cail

Just as WorkSafe is committed to supporting country football in Victoria, so too are they committed to its vision of making sure every Victorian returns home safely every day.

RPP Netball Football Radio Netball Show – Saturday 8.00am - 9.00am Football Show – Saturday 9.00am - 10.30am

Match of the Day Broadcast 1.45pm

Frankston v Hastings



Football Preview PYTHONS CHASE THIRD WIN PINES has a wonderful opportunity to make it three wins on the spin when it meets EDI-ASP (1-1) at Regents Park. The Pythons scored a fighting win over Bonbeach firstup and then cleaned up Langwarrin last week as their running game clicked into gear, led by Lachlan Marshall, Reece Stewart and Luke Potts. With Ben Thomas also in good form, and Tim Bongetti and Aaron Edwards looking the goods up forward, the Pythons will take some stopping. Edi-Asp was kept goalless in the second and third quarters in its loss to Bonbeach last week and coach Graeme Yeats will demand a much better effort this week. Key defender Mark Mullins suffered a heavy knock late in last week’s game and is under a cloud, but prime movers Bradley Tagg and Michael Bussey could come back into the side today. Brent Bowden and Tim Mannix have been in good form for the Eagles. LANGWARRIN is yet to crack it for a win and things don’t get any easier when it hosts an impressive SEAFORD. After losing narrowly to Karingal in Round 1, Langy were pretty ordinary against Pines last week, only managing two goals for the entire game. The Kangaroos are a young and developing side and their time will come. But their fans will need to be patient. In the meantime, the likes of Blake Harkness, Sean Herdman, Shane Paterson and Nick Tuddenham will keep playing good footy and inspiring their teammates. Seaford had 37 scoring shots last week as it thumped Chelsea. The Tigers ran rampant as former Casey Scorpions captain Kyle Matthews gave a dominating performance. Tom Shaw slotted four goals to head up a strong Tigers forward line, while Nick Shannon, Rourke Fischer, Josh Stokes and the ever-reliable Kane Taylor impressed. Seaford finished just outside the finals last season but looks capable of pushing further this year. After opening its winning account in style last week, BONBEACH hosts winless CHELSEA in a game the Sharks are expected to win. Ex-Sydney and St Kilda forward Trent Dennis-Lane made his presence felt with nine shots for goal (he slotted four) for Bonny last week, while ruckman Dylan Jones has started the season superbly. Sharks skipper Jackson Casey had over 30 possessions last week and looks in for a big season. Bonbeach’s defence, led by Owen Hulett and Gary Carpenter, has been rock solid and will hold the Sharks in good stead this year. Hulett kept Pines star Aaron Edwards to one goal in Round 1 and then kept Edi-Asp forward Mick Meehan goalless last week.

Chelsea has started with two stinging losses - to EdiAsp by 53 points and then to Seaford by 82 points – and it’s hard to see them improving enough to beat Bonny today. The Seagulls have only won one of eight quarters so far, and are yet to get their running game going. The positives have been the bright form of former North Albury key defender Simon Mitchelhill and the talented Jack Francis. KARINGAL, with a win and a loss in the first two rounds, looks to have improved this season but the Bulls face a monumental task of upsetting the champs FRANKSTON YCW in their annual Anzac clash at Frankston Park on Sunday. While the Bulls are on the up, they still appear to have plenty of ground to make up on the Stonecats who have begun 2017 with two solid wins. A slow start cost the Bulls last week – they trailed Mornington by 30 points at the first break and ended up losing by 24 points. There was plenty to like about the Bulls’ effort, though, especially young gun Jake Kelly who booted four goals while Rhys Pierce chipped in with two, and Duncan Proud, Steve Mihevc and Luke Van Raay played good footy. Karingal coach Andrew Sharp will relish the chance to test his young side against YCW. Frankston YCW has responded after being challenged in both of its games so far. The Stonecats have been more solid than spectacular so far – apart from an eye-popping nine-goal quarter against Mornington in Round 1. In promising signs, Jack Mazurek, Byron Barry, Luke Paynter, Matt La Fontaine and Ryley Hodson have quickly found top form. MT ELIZA and MORNINGTON clash in their annual Anzac Day meeting on Tuesday, and it should be a beauty. For the past three years, one of the teams from this game has gone on to play in the grand final. Mt Eliza contested last years flag decider while Mornington did so in 2014 and 15. Mt Eliza has won the past three Anzac Day games. They’ve been tight tussles, though, befitting of one of the great rivalries in Peninsula footy. Expect more of the same today as the Redlegs, after lowering their colours to Frankston YCW in last week’s grand final rematch, are sure to hit the ground hungry to go to 2-1. Brenton Lambert, Sam Gill, Jay Neratzoglou and Shane Tennant have been in good form, while young Finlay Bayne showed he’s a young star with a polished debut last week. Mornington recruits Pete McGettigan and Xavier BarryMurphy have made an impact early as the Bulldogs have started the season with plenty of purpose. Brad Harvey, Joel Miller, Warwick Miller, Emilio Bitters and Mick Gay also have impressed.





Impressive last round winners SEAFORD goes to LANGWARRIN with a pep in its step. The Tigers capped off a sharp display last week with a seven-goal last quarter, with Joey Hallal (6 goals), Mitch Finn, Brendan Dawes and Cam Scott starring. EDI-ASP romped home last week with Justin Chant in sparkling form and today the Eagles face PINES, who were equally impressive in winning last week. It should be a cracker. KARINGAL and FRANKSTON YCW are both coming off stinging losses when they face off. BONBEACH managed only one goal last week and will find it tough against CHELSEA. MT ELIZA had 27 scoring shots as it dispatched Frankston YCW last week and the undefeated Redlegs already have opened up a one-game buffer on top of the ladder. Recruit Shaun Knott has quickly hit his straps, along with Sam Wettenhall and Jamieson Thorne. Mt Eliza takes on last-start winners MORNINGTON on Anzac Day, and the Bulldogs will look to the in-form Jack Wells, Michael Macgowan and Nick Martin to provide drive.

LANGY IN HOT FORM IN THE UNDER 19s... LANGWARRIN fired off 25 goals last week in a percentageboosting win but can expect a tougher battle against a capable SEAFORD, also coming off a strong win. Exciting Kangaroo Nathan Allen slotted 7 goals last week and is one to watch, along with Jacob Brooker, who has made an excellent return from a knee injury. EDI-ASP had 39 scoring shots and unleashed a 10-goal third quarter last week as it made it two-from-two, with Zach Barrett, Vince Kovacic and Zach Fatouris in great form. The Eagles host PINES. BONBEACH was thrashed last week but can bounce back against CHELSEA. Last start winners KARINGAL and FRANKSTON YCW lock horns in a Sunday classic. The Bulls will look to in-form trio Ollie Murray, Tom Baker and Jonah Cassera to show the way, while exciting Stonecats forward Lachlan Street, after successive bags of seven goals, will be the key. MT ELIZA will look to get back on the winners list and hand MORNINGTON a third straight defeat.

Shaun Connell AFL South East Manager

Haydn Parsons MPNFL Operations

Chelsea Pines Seaford Frankston YCW Mornington

Bonbeach Pines Seaford Frankston YCW Mt Eliza

Last Round - 2 Matt Crozier AFL South East Online

Last Round - 4 Michael Voss RRP FM

Bonbeach Pines Seaford Frankston YCW Mornington

Bonbeach Pines Seaford Frankston YCW Mt Eliza

Last Round - 5 Peter Skews Jacobs & Lowe

Ash Robertson Mornington Race Course

Chelsea Pines Seaford Frankston YCW Mornington

Chelsea Pines Seaford Frankston YCW Mornington

Last Round - 2 John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach

Last Round - 2 Simon McEvoy Leader Newspaper

Bonbeach Pines Seaford Frankston YCW My Eliza

Bonbeach Pines Seaford Frankston YCW Mt Eliza

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Leaderboard Haydn Parsons 9 Michael Voss 9 John Hynes 9 Simon McEvoy 9 Matt 9 Ash Robertson 7 Peter Skewes 4 Shaun Connell 4


BONBEACH SHARKS Ground No 1 Reserve Cannes Ave, Bonbeach Mel: 97 E4 Phone 0434 143 050 Colours Black, Red & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Stephen Hughes Reserves Coach: Josh Bull 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

Gavin Vassallo Mark Tyrell Gary Carpenter Nick Waterstone Sheldon Price James Murnane Shane McDonald (DVC) Jason Gumbleton Josh Bull Brad Sykes Justin Bennett Aaron Ingram Owen Hulett VC Sean Campitelli Dale Donkin Tom Hogan Trent Dennis-Lane Jackson Sole Chris Pendleton (RC) Jack Williams Lachlan Stenning Matthew Douglas Sam Williams Jason Ferraro Matt Clinton Dylan Jones Jackson Casey (C) Ben Hogan Tim O’Shannessy Ezekiel Turner Jacob Flannery

33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 44 45 47 48 51 52 53 54 55 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 69

Todd Cracknell Lachlan Gill-Renouf Joel Rippingale Dean Gentle Eammon MacCormack Beau Bailey Darcy James Sam Rouette Cameron Green Nick Edwards Dylan Edwards Adam Nichols Shane Cochrane Luke Damon Sean Gales Joel Mulholland Mark Lacey Mitch Barry RVC Callum Thompson Jack James Tom Stephens Jack Reed Jayden Cole Damian Chabas Max Bailey Jacob Humphrys Jake Tonkin Steve Salter Matthew Taylor Ryan Francis

Club Notes

The Easter weekend started on a positive note with a senior victory over Edi Asp on Good Friday. Our first senior win in the traditional Good Friday fixture. The boys matched toughness with polish and controlled most of the match against our more fancied rivals. Classy recruit Trent DL slotting 4 goals all at key moments a highlight. A great game from both Captain and Vice Jacko & Owey as well. Well done to Edi Asp on putting on an organised day. Modest results for us overall we look forward to taking on Chelsea this week. Saturdays match marks the start of a traditional Anzac round clash with both teams hoping to secure the Longbeach RSL shield. Good luck to all teams competing this ANZAC weekend. Go Sharks!

Under 19’s

Coach: Mark Thomas 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 15 18

Marcus Carbonara Blake Grimmer Rhys Walker Jack Weiland Lachie Stenning Nathan Cochrane Rhys Dicker Cameron Wenzcel Taner Enez



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Andrew Cochrane Aaron Ingram Rhys Brand Petro Vafeas Tim Mulholand Daniel Mulholland




CHELSEA SEAGULLS Ground Chelsea Reserve Beardsworth Ave, Chelsea Mel: 68 B6 Phone 9772 1541 Colours Navy Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Traveled down to Seaford last week and unfortunately left empty handed. The 19’s put in a solid effort playing with 17 all day v’s 22. the lad’s never stopped trying and in the end just ran out of puff. Best were Hermans, Long , Mueller and King’y who kicked 3 and just ran all day. In the 2’s again played quite well in patches but need a 4 quarter effort to get over the line. Big Stuey battled hard all day and got good support from Gard’s Seppa and Brodie Leitch who is improving every week. Get behind Stevie and Nana boy’s and I’m sure there is a win just around the corner. In the main game again we showed some good signs with new recruit Simon Mitchelhill again very good down back and got good support from Jack Francis Daly Shannon and Trewy, also Matt Silva and Todd Gardiner tried hard. In the end Seaford just had to many running options and simply up the ground we need to work harder. Anzac game next week v’s Bonbeach so let’s show some spirit lad’s . No doubt a tuff start for 2017 but we all need to rally and stick together. Please don’t forget the Dawn Service on Tuesday at Chelsea RSL. See you at the Gullery !!

Seniors Coach: Brett Dunne Reserves Coach: Steve Gardiner 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

Matthew Silva James Sivijs Matt Gardiner Bradley Clark James Brain Grant Trew Todd Gardiner David Willett Ben Finemore Luke Caspersz Aaron Pawell Jason Clark Joshua Tripcony Daniel Aarsman Matthew Baxter Ben Holman Simon Mitchell-Hill Brendan Dess Josh Herdman Corey Peele Lewis Kreiger Rhys Hensel Jack Francis Daniel Knowles Michael Salem Cory Edmunds Daly Shannon Nicholas Allsep Zachary Graham Trent Styles

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

Ben Graham Jordan Marshall Curtis Bywater Mason Bailey Stuart Brooke Matthew Ponton Jack Gaze Josh Whelan Daniel Bourke Chris Charity Lachlan Williams Ross Aitcheson Jordan Attwell Matthew Madafferi Steven Voss Kane Martello Matt Mitchell Sterling Yui Tui Luke Pickett Tait Bresac Charles Ryan-Orchard Daniel Monforte Brett Brisbane Brodie Leitch Chris Hatzis Luke Lukavjky Matt Rice Mark Denness Lachie Bennett

Under 19’s

Coach: Mark Knowles 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Lachlan Baum Brayden Moren Nick Haslem Sam Heurtau Jaylen Mokaraka Matthew Knowles Lorcan McGurgan Dylan Gray-Bice Jaxon Attwell



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Joel King Kyle Foley Lavin Long Jesse Davis Dion Kato Josh Hermans Coby Farrow Luke Jaeger Auster McClelland

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Luke Kelly Joshua DiBlasio Corey Edmunds Lexian Xiberras Ashley Davis Ben Graham



EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE EAGLES Ground Regents Park Fourth Ave, Aspendale Mel: 92 K7 Phone 9580 9895 Colours Navy Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Graeme Yeates Reserves Coach: Mark Fitcher 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

Brendan Neville Billy Flavelle Jeremy Heys Stephen Miller Matthew Clark Joel Martello Tom Turner Andrew Luxa Liam McKay Brad Lagenberg Lochie O’Connor Liam Harris Steven Mannix (Capt) Tim Mannix Dermot Cleary Callan Van Dyke Brent Bowden Brock Downie Jake O’Neil Mick Meehan (VC) Jake Nash Chris Wylie Michael Bussey Dan McCarthy Charile Martello Elliot Macquire Tom Burley Max Byrnes Lochie Brodie Nic Carlon

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Ryan Morris Angus Macquire Bradley Tagg Lachlan Foley Mark Mullins (VC) Mark Greenwood Zack Bailey Mick Fiore James Watterson Craig Wray Craig Wilson Darcy Warke Sam Carlon Rhett Moor Troy Brown Oscar Richards Todd Woodbridge Tim Bottrill Hayden Newham Tim Yeowart Jordan Davey Anthony Pearson Lucas Taylor Justin Chant Kevin Mulcahy Taylor McRae Christian Mascali Joel Dalton

Under 19’s Coach: Omar Ak

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Lochie Busch (VC) James Hickey Matt Mascali Vince Kovaic Ben Ward Nathan Gaunt Mitch Allan Campbell Ak Zack O’Neill Ryde Love-Linay Adam Rose Tristan Harris



13 Ash Flynn 14 Harley Dale 15 James Van Minnen 16 Sam McRae 17 Insert Name 18 Tim Simone 19 Zeke Jazownik 20 Zac Fatouros 21 Matthew Moloney 22 Andrew VitzdamJones 23 Bryce Radford


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Lachlan Turner Will Barron Tyler Brodie Cameron Neale (C) Harry Flavelle Ryan Francis Matthew Rouget Ethan Hersny-Kilner Zac Barrett

Club Notes Our club notes are bought to this week by Brighton Mitsubishi. The leaders in the southern suburbs for quality cars. Check out their latest deals and great service @ A massive crowd enjoyed the weather and the footy on Good Friday. A great start to the day with the Under 19’s enjoying a big win. Best players on the day were Z. Barrett, V. Kovacic, Z. Fatouros, H. Dale, C. Neale, Z. O’’Neill. The reserves continued their great start to the season with another hard fought win and are now sitting 2nd on the ladder. Best players included J. Chant, T. Yeowart, M. Greenwood, D. McCarthy, R. Morris. The huge crowd was looking forward to the senior clash with both teams raring to go.We started well and the game was in our grasp. Unfortunately the opposition took it right up to us and we were outplayed after quarter time. The boys tried to peg it back but couldn’t quite get there. Better players on the day were B. Bowden, C. Wray, T. Mannix, A. Macquire, M. Mullins. Our netballers continued on their merry way with 4 solid wins and are all well placed after a good start to the season. *** IT’S HERE AND IT’S LIVE *** The all new Edithvale/Aspendale Sporting Club website is now live.Head to to check it out. All new with great new content and all the latest news from around the club. *** NEXT MAJOR FUNCTION *** MAN O MAN NIGHT SATURDAY 29TH APRIL REGENTS PARK



PINES PYTHONS Ground Eric Bell Reserve Forrest Dve, Frankston Nth Mel: 99 J9 Phone 9786 3255 Colours Grreen & Red

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes Great day at the Pit last week. With 2/3 in the football. Under 19s showed little glimpses against a bigger, stronger outfit. Best players were Liam “SOS” Cox, big Karel, and Khallum “Beavis”White. Reserves showed good form with a 7 goal win with a few old heads back. Better players were Taylor Meyer, Gana brothers and well lead by Jake Berry. In the main game , the boys showed there class after half time with Lachie Marshall, Potts, Stewart, Scanlon and Ben Thomas impressing on and off the field. Great night at white night...couple wins today would be awesome.. Thanks to all, for the Co operation with the car parking last week and hopefully be done for next game.. TRIVIA.... Who was the B&F winner in our last premiership year?

Seniors Coach: Paddy Swayn Reserves Coach: Glenn Cornell 1. Dylan Smillie 2. Michael Bezzene 3. Luke Potts 4. Harley Peace-Stirling 5. Brad Kiely 6. Tim Bongetti 7. Jacob Boyle 8 Shaun White 9. Corey Ash 10. Luke Houldcroft 11. Jake Berry 12. D. Tedge 13. Shane Waterstone 14. Paul Scanlon 15. Damien Plane 16. Dave McLaren 17. Jonathan Hughes 18. Damien Lawrence 19. Aaron Ludewig 20. Daniel Falzon 21. Daniel John 22. Guy Hendry 23. Jack Fisher 24. Nick Boswell 25. Reece Stewart 26. Joel Brunn 27. Aaron Edwards 28. Lachlan Marshall 29. Brenton Cowell 30. Todd Lithgow

31. Lachlan Pizzey 32. Ben Thomas 33. Matt Kiely 34. Beau Hendry 35. Damon Moody 36. Majok Puok 37. Jordan Waite 38. Jordan Frawley 39. Jayden Goldsmith 40. Byron Tovara 41. Reece Cupid 42. Jakob Beggs 43. Matt Bailey 44. Joel Parianos 45. Liam Jackson 46. Taylor Meyer 47. Chris Bartzak 48. Aaron Hay 49. Jarrod Guganovic 50. Jamie Kenyon 51. Patrick Jackson 52. Gordon Hendry 53. Daniel Edwards 54. Adam McPherson 55. Lee Hearnden 56. Morgan Santos 57. Griffin Wittmer 58.Chris Guganovic 59.Adam Marriner

Under 19’s

Coach: Steven Jackson Team List not available






LANGWARRIN KANGAROOS Ground Lloyd Park, Cranbourne Rd, Langwarrin Mel: 103 J4 Phone 9789 4343 Colours Royal Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Bradley Dredge Reserves Coach: Nick Bradley 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

Micheal Parker David Reardon Blake Peach Jason Curry Shane Tanirau Andrew Taylor Ash Fenech Owen Uaongo Shane Paterson Mitch Mathie Teague Reeve-Graham Nick Tuddenham Lachlan Davies Shelton Rosario Corey Moore Luke Churcher Dale Binks Dylan Corcoran Jayden Johnsen Josh Biggs Josh Johnsen Josh Buxton Gerad Brown Jesse Bice Mitchell Porter Brendon Casper Sean Ulbrick Ryan Napier Sean Herdman Joel Bateman

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 62

Adam Tate Haydn Golby Michael Hare Jack Henderson Mitch Cuthbert Matthew Naughton Jimmy Johnson Blake Harkness Jake Smith Nathan Palmer Jack Roberts Cody Howard Dan Riley Andrew Borrie Aaron Marks Ant O’Rouke Nick Hammill Nathan Whyte Daniel Nash Kieran Albanese Andrew Johnson Jack Minton Sam Schaede Jake Wilcox

Under 19’s

Coach: Chris Stanley

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Kyle Allen Zac Andrewattha Jacob Allan Lachlan Bayley Jack Lacey Nathan Allen Max Watters Rhys Whiteside James Longley Harrison Boyle Jacob Brooker Kye Whitford



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Liam Christopher Ayden Collins William Davies Jordan Ross Nathan Kyle Riley De Martino Braedon Edwards Bayde Mate Liam McDonald Bailey Tate Jake O’donell Liam O’Halloran


25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 49 58 64

Club Notes

This week we are playing host to Seaford , and conducting our Presidents luncheon. We hope all that attend have a good time and naturally that we have 3 wins. Last week saw us take on Pines and we came away with a win in the Under 19’s . A strong, convincing win with good play over the whole 4 quarters , it was good to see Rhys Whiteside play well , ably supported by N. Allen, S. Read, J. Brooker, B. Smith, and T. Branch. Our Reserves went down but tried hard all day against strong Pines opposition. Good players for Langy included J. Henderson, J. Buxton, N. Palmer, D. Riley, A. Tate, A. Marks. Our seniors generally match up well against Pines no matter where the teams are on the ladder. Under constant attack our defense battled hard, however we just couldnt get a decent score on the board. Our round the ground play was competitive.All these players had difficult assignments on the day and battled their hearts out B. Harkness, S. Herdman, S. Paterson, N. Tuddenham, B. Peach, M. Cuthbert. Today is Tanners 200th game for the club. A great supporter , player and assistant coach of the club. Let’s do it for Tanners and get 3 wins! We have a busy social calender with The Bizzare Gazzard Hypnotist show coming up on the 29th April. $25.00 per ticket it should be a great night. There’s plenty of spirit at Langy this year, lets keep the support strong and the wins will come! Go Langy !!!

Matthew Peynenborg Shannon Read Tom Rogerson Bailey Smith Beau Scoble Josh Holloway Ethan Watts Pat L’Huillier Darcey Wilson Jake Milward Thomas Branch Josh Bateman



SEAFORD TIGERS Ground R.F. Miles Oval Seaford Rd, Seaford Mel: 99 E5 Phone 9786 7895 Colours Black & Gold

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

A quality day for our foot depart on Easter Saturday v Gulls. 19s win was no easy task as the scoreline may’ve suggest as there was a real intense battle on hand for majority of the contest. Great to see Benny Searle kicking off the season with another quality 4qtr effort and the little magic man Riley Maggio snagging a few goals in his return to 19s football. A belated congratulations to the big fella, Bailey Schmidt who debuted for the Stingrays last week. It will be no surprise to see him making a few more appearances for the Rays. Great to see our new magoos coach, Mark “Billy” Dessent get to sing the club song for the first time. Even better to see the players who have made the transition from 19s into SNR footballers and having an immediate impact, Lachie Mullins, Harls Cook, Taka Tohiariki & Bryce Lloyd. It’s great to see our new recruits also having an immediate impact in the Senior ranks. Up to 7 of them hit the scoreboard on the weekend in a powerful display. “We’re Strong and we’re Bold” was evident through majority of the day and we hope to see more footy like it. A special mention to our Netball Department to begin the season in such a positive manner. Why results on the scoreboard haven’t started in the fashion they would like, the fact we lost 20 of our players in the off season haven’t crippled their spirit. A mighty effort from the Netball department President and Coaching staff has seen our side field 17new players across the grades. A job well done

Seniors Coach: Ben Murphy Reserves Coach: Mark Dessent 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

Rourke Fischer Brayden Irving (VC) Dean Williamson Damien Rayson Aaron Turner Liam Davenport Joe Hallal Kane Taylor Dan Lewis Kyle Matthews Jackson Mockett Tom Lonie Jonathan Haidon Cam Scott Aaron Walton Kieren Shaw Mark Di Blasio Curtis Murfett Matt Andrews Matt Herbert Dylan Howlett Nick Shannon James Herbert Brad Doyle Matt McCormack Kayle Henderson Josh Stokes ( C ) Brendan Dawes Bryce Lloyd Paul Vyverberg

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 58 59 60

Ben Howlett Taka Tohariki Tom Shaw Nick Braund Jeremy Walker Sean Nester Luke Hayes Harley Cook Haydn Legg Agape Patolo Kyle Nunn Levi Hughes James Kav-aleer Lachlan Mullin Brendan Doyle Hayden Jack Ben Duffield Sam Duffield Andrew Deacon Jack Ball Joshua Rhodes Ben Turner Julian Walton Pete McCall Mick Lee Aiden Fischer Reegan White Jack Brown Luke Chevalier Jamie Smith

Under 19’s

Coach: Peter McGuinness 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


Bayden Sykes Brad Magee Tim Robbins Angus Smith Jimmy Dickson ( C ) Jai McGuinness (VC) Bayln O’Neil Ben Searle Mitch Besanko


10 11 12 15 16 19 21 22 23

Ben Barlow Travis Burnham Lochlan Edwards Brandon Lewis Ishak Bashir Oscar Aust (DVC) Cody Horrigan Bailey Schmidt Isaac Nippard

24 Brodie McLean




KARINGAL BULLS Ground Ballam Park Naranga Cres, Karingal Mel: 103 B4 Phone 9789 2383 Colours Red & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Andrew Sharp Reserves Coach: Andrew Osbourne 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Dylan Gregson Damien Ashcroft Callan Dixon Grant Paxton Aaron Jack Hadley Tomamichel Lucas VanRaay Brad Occhipinti Jake Kelly Cam Hicks Luke Duhig Bailey Frey Chris Hay Jordan Jones Andrew McInnes Steve Mihevc Brendon Groenendyk Rhys Chadwick Harvey Eames Tom Matthews Chris Matthews Duncan Proud Jackson Matthews Liam Bennett Aisea Valenti Jake Doscher Blake Simpson Jason Hinde Mason Russell Michael Boswell

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Zac Clements Michael Burke Jack Birthisel Nick Shaw Darcy Garten Jessie Ramirez Dalton Thomas- Staines Tim Bunawan James Pretty Damon Green Teangi Tangiiataua Aaron Lees Brett Burns Zak Gibson Matt Burnett Andru Plakorakis Caine Pearce Jon Plakorakis Brendon Lord James Paxton Nick McNeilly Darcy Hope Tom Phipps Jeremy Bunawan

Under 19’s

Coach: Michael Triep 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Alex Occhipinti Zane Merdanovic Lachlan Hinde Jaxon Marriott Chris Mcinnes Tommy Corrigan Steve Tapolczay Dylan Divincenzo Jonah Cassera Tom Baker Beau Merdanovic



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Oliver Murray Jack Bennell Zac Bartling Lachlan Saunders Damon Hookem Kyle McClenahan Callum Tweedle Jake Smyth Nathan McDonald Ryan Waddell Cody Stewart-Fry

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Luke Farrelly Zac Holton Kadel Key Craig Robinson Ryan McDonald Mason Russell Brendan Lord Darcy Hope


Club Notes

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn At the going down of the sun and in the morning We Will Remember them Lest We Forget With thanks to Frankston RSL we welcome all to Frankston today for our annual Anzac clash with Frankston YCW for the RSL Cup. Welcome to sponsors, members, guests and especially veterans for our Anzac Lunch function Always a big occasion, today’s senior game is made bigger by the fact that it’s the 300th occasion that Michael Burke has worn the Red & White in a senior game Today Michael becomes only the second Karingal player to reach 300 games and the first ever to play 300 Senior Games, a feat that may never be equaled. He has the admiration, respect and love of all who follow the Red & White plus that of the wider football community Big thanks for your support to our 2017 Major Partners - Frankston RSL, RAMS, BMK, Pizza Fellas, Mornington Race Club, Decking Out Melbourne, Thompson Lucas Commercial, Bluegum, Sports Injury Clinic and CrownBet Last week only 19s saluted against Mornington and we hope to improve the return today. Netball was 3 from 4 on Thurs night - see their notes for details Upcoming functions - Bulls Comedy Night @ Ballam Cricket rooms on 6 May; tix only $35 see web/Facebook for details or Nic Triep Trainers Wanted - looking for trainers to work with Netball & Womens Senior footy teams, call Scott 0438 488 889



FRANKSTON YCW STONECATS Ground Jubilee Park Hillcrest Rd, Frankston Mel: 102 H4 Phone 9789 6398 Colours Gold, White & Black

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Once again the Berenger-Watts trophy is up for grabs as we are hosted by Karingal for the Annual Anzac clash this year at Frankston Park. It’s a time for reflection as we honour those who defended our Country both overseas and at home. We will remember them - Lest We Forget !! Last week the Unders started the day off brilliantly bouncing out of the gates and running away for a 53 point win. Lachie was again to the fore kicking 7 large and giving some away. Cal Gregory, Gus Wright and Liam Greeny had great games as well. The Magoos had a game they’d rather forget after a solid touch up by a polished Mounties outfit who had the game iced by half time. Jack Matthews, SOD and Captain Cowled battled hard. The Ones faced Mt Eliza in the Grannie Replay. They took a while to find their feet and, despite a wasteful second stanza held a 2 goal advantage at the long break. Despite the Mounties persistence, this improved to a 5 goal margin at the final hooter. Bundy, Bysa and Ryley were pepper and salt and Matty Laff relished the open spaces and Jack M was consistent. We have lost Lachie for a bit with a hamstring tear. The Netballers were only successful in B Grade – check their notes later in this journal. See you on Thursday nights for Hatchy’s raffles and the Members Draw (you have to be there to win). Enjoy food and drink. May 7 is our trip to Sandown Dogs. Tanny has all the details but the package includes a bus to and from the course. Past players day is on May 20 (Bonbeach).

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Seniors Coach: Wayne Capp Reserves Coach: John Murphy

Christian Ongarello Byron Barry Scott Macleod(DVC) Tony Lester Jie Coghlan ( C ) Trent Cowled(RC) Ash Eames Paul Minchington Michael Debenham Sam Widdowson Anthony Barry Matthew La Fontaine Steve O’Donnell Kevin Lylak ( C ) Tom Capp Macklin Raine Ricky Morris Brenton Credlin Ryley Hodson Ben Buckley Jack Mazurek Ryan Santon David Bodley Sam Pickess Luke Paynter Anthony Bruhn Kyle Hutchison Jacob Millman Ben Wagner Angus Wright Kyle St Anne Michael Chaplin Jake Di Pasquale Luke Black

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Nick King Jack Butland Craig Nankervis Josh Butland Jack Greenwood Jacob Cheverley Brendon Marchmont Jack Matthews Mitch Rowe Tyler Sigley Jake Theobald Owen Vine Charlie Patterson James Griffiths Lucas Lee Matt Gregory Tom Delves Marco Kelso Bailey Kenter Nick Christoforou Patrick Davenport Robbie Evans Jake Lovett James Bryant Jack Keilor Brandon Lee Josh Pickess Sean Matthews Lachlan Williams Daniel Hughes Charles Coyne Lachlan Wallace Louie Brager

Under 19’s

Coach: Chris Hutchinson 1 5 6 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 21 22


Bailey Williams Henry Vine Josh Butland( C ) Angus Wright(DVC) Shem Barry Hayden Raphael( C ) Luke Paynter(C ) Lachlan Dalziel Lachlan Street(VC) Caleb Douglas(DVC) Pat Johnstone Jarrod Sullivan


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Jacob Roberts Caleb Lewis Mackenna Hura Luke Black Sam Hatch Josh O’Toole Liam Greenwood Callen Gregory Luke Findikakis Sam Fulton Harry Lane Ben Cracknell(VC)

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Lane Meyer Liam Rossetto Dylan Preston Andrew Kelly Kobe Johnson Josh Berenger Jayden Race Angus Butler Taydon Moss



MT ELIZA RED LEGS Ground Emil Madsen Reserve Wooralla Dve, Mt Eliza Mel: 105 G10 Phone 5978 8308 Colours Navy Blue & Red

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Troy Shannon Reserves Coach: Damien Kent 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

David Barton Ryland Cranwell Damien Kent Jordan Capkin Harper Leonard Shaun Knott Robbie Turnbull Shane Tennant Sam Wettenhall Grant Goodall Justin Van Unen Sam Gill Darren Booth Jay Neratzoglou Callum Armstrong Matt Lillie Brett O’Hanlon Daniel Gormley Tim Groot Ben Landry Liam Berry Karl Lombardozzi Tim Strickland Anthony Cleary Aaron Dunne Chris Cleary Josh Curren Sam Danks Matt Hill

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Dion Jackson Sam Howell Matt Pascazio James Anwyl Riley Bourke Joel Cheston Ben Whitford Nick McKinnon Harry Smith Lucas Brancatisano John Ristrom Jem Thorn Brodie Shaw Riley Thorpe Matt Brancatisano Will Mace Zal White Brenton Lambert Nathan Ryan Rohan Heasley Mitch Anwyl Nick Strickland Kieran Rice Trent Radin Luke Daniel Aaron McIlroy Lyndon Curtis

Under 19’s

Coach: Steve Brattle 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13


Benjamin Farish Tom Small Harrison Scott Ben Webster Iain Campbell Lachlan Young Zane Hill Jack Knox Ryan Morrison Max Rea Oscar Craig Jack Barry Lachlan Fewster


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Mason Dewit Samuel Hallpike Ben McKenzie Beau Galley Harry Hawkins Nelson Forrest Niall Snooks Kurt Thiele Callan Rice Aaron Jackson Harry Cameron Daniel House Nat Turner

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Ryan Baker Baxter Kirk Tom Freeman James Vosti James Logan Will Vincent Aiden Smith Hugh Campbell Connor Sahely Jordan Murphy Marc Kousoulinis

Club Notes

Today we pay our respects to the men and women who bravely served our country. Welcome to the Mornington FNC today for what shapes as a big day of local footy. In front of an excellent crowd on Good Friday v YCW only the Reserves collected the chocolates. The U/19’s were never really in the contest after YCW kicked 4 goals to nil in the first qtr & we trailed by 6 goals at the main change. Another 4 goal qtr saw the Redlegs down by 8 at 3 qtr time. We won the last term by a point but went down by 53 in a disappointing showing. Better players were Max Rea, Thiele, Jacko, Smally, Hilly & Cameron. The Reserves started with a 3 goal to nil 1st qtr and continued on to lead by 7 goals at 1/2 time. A 7 goal to 1 2nd half saw an easy 82 point win. Knotty & Jem booted 3 each to be in the best & Wetters, Stricko & Pop Up kicked 2. Other best players were Skinny, Trent & Big Sexy. The Seniors led narrowly in a defensive 1st qtr, before YCW took the lead at 1/2 time by 2 goals & led by the same margin at 3/4 time. They broke away in the last, kicking the only 3 goals to win by 30. Congrats to Fin Bayne who kicked 2 in his Senior debut & was named in the best. Other better players were Lambie, Gilly, Jay, Cuz & Tennant. Sponsor of the Week: Major Sponsor iDetect – Elite security services – Contact Matt Dunne for all your security solutions – 0413 757 361 Social: Pizza & Pinot Ladies Day - Sat 20th May. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @mtelizafc or Facebook. Lest We Forget.



MORNINGTON BULLDOGS Ground Alexandra Park Main St, Mornington Mel: 104 E12 Phone 5977 0074 Colours Royal Blue, Red & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

We remember and thank all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and country on this Anzac Day. We are privileged to play on this day-Lest we forget....... Last week looking for our first win we travelled to Frankston Park to take on the Bulls. The Seniors started off well with most of the play in the 1st quarter, 12 scoring shots to 2. We lost our way in the next 2 quarters and didn’t play our best but came out firing in the last quarter firing off with 4 goals in the 1st 10mins to come home with the win. Xavier Barry-Murphy was terrific again over four quarters and Brad Harvey made a solid return to the senior ranks. In the Ressies the boys were up and about early kicking the first couple of goals and playing well. Second quarter started and the boys kept up the intensity but for some wayward kicking should of been further in front. With the second half on the way the boys were pushing hard and continued to put pressure on Karingal. The last quarter was more of the same with a good result for the boys and a good win. In the Unders they started slow and Karingal were dominating. A better effort in the second half gave our boys some well earnt credibility. Our list of available players strengthens again this week and we are looking forward to taking on a rebounding Mt Eliza side. Sponsor of the Week is Mornington Garden Supplies who sponsor both clubs in the ANZAC Clash against Mt Eliza on Tuesday 25th April. Go Doggies!! WOOF WOOF

Seniors Coach: Chris Holcombe Reserves Coach: Jeff Norman 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

Jackson Calder Ryan Smith Chris Baker Dean Kairies Jai Haddock Xavier Barry-Murphy Stuart Seager Josh Halsall Joel Miller Rhys Healy Emilio Bitters Martin Nick Kalen Bird Louis Astorino Michael MacGowan Thomas Taylor Dale Whelan Michael Barnes Travis Young Lachlan Hewitt Tim Susovich William Goosey Peter McGettigan Lachlan Susovich Quinn Christy Ashley Williams Michael Gay Brendan DeRuyter Jake Smart Josh Brown

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Connor Cowan Jack Wells Brad Harvey Kane Paley Warwick Miller Sam Dalzeil James Matthews Jack Riley Brett McCleary Sam Wright Leigh Craig Zac Norman Jason Gardiner Nathan Abbott Troy Kirwan James Turnbull Connor Mara Jackson Weyne Luke Fitzsimmons Kyle Bird Corey Robinson Mason Crossley Chris Williams Leigh Sevcik Jacob McWhirter Ben Hill Josh Brown Jacob Brown Leith Pellisser

Under 19’s Coach: Neil Craig

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Broden Bird Tom Crimmins Kyle Bleazby Connah Carter Lochlan Merriner Connor Hoetzel Kalen Bird Jackson Poole Finley Shaw Harry Bould



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Bailey Westbrook Jayson Corbett Austin Lothian Hayden Anderson Jacob Rowler Tom Wisneske Oliver Walsh Luke O’Connor Jack Crawford Lachlan Gorka


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Tim Susovich Lachlan Hewitt Brayden Webber Luke Ambler Scott Hutchins Lachlan Sweetman Josh Small Lachlan Mitchell Luke O’Sullivan Ryan Rose




Good sports don’t let their mates drink and drive. Round 1 - Saturday 8th April Round 7 - Indigenous Round Bonbeach 7.10.52 vs Pines 10.9.69 Saturday 27th May Chelsea 5.7.37 vs Edi Asp 13.12.90 Bonbeach vs Mornington Langwarrin 5.15.45 vs Karingal 8.8.56 Edi Asp vs Seaford Mornington 11.9.75vs F’ston YCW 14.13.97 Frankston YCW vs Langwarrin Mt Eliza vs Seaford 7.10.52 initiative supported Karingal vs Mt Eliza A10.14.74 RoadSafe Victoria by VicRoads Pines vs Chelsea Round 2 - Easter Round Good Friday 14th April Round 8 - Quit Round Edi Asp 6.12.48 vs Bonbeach 10.11.71 Saturday 3rd June Frankston YCW 10.14.74 vs Mt Eliza 6.8.44 Chelsea vs Frankston YCW Easter Saturday 15th April Edi Asp vs Karingal Karingal 11.7.73 vs Mornington 14.13.97 Mornington vs Langwarrin Seaford 19.18.132 vs Chelsea 7.8.50 Mt Eliza vs Bonbeach Pines 13.20.98 vs Langwarrin 2.7.19 Seaford vs Pines Round 3 - Anzac Round Saturday 22nd April Bonbeach vs Chelsea Edi Asp vs Pines Langwarrin vs Seaford Sunday 23rd April Karingal vs Frankston YCW Tuesday 25th April Mt Eliza vs Mornington Round 4 - Saturday 29th April Bonbeach vs Langwarrin Chelsea vs Mt Eliza Frankston YCW vs Pines Mornington vs Edi Asp Seaford vs Karingal Round 5 - Umpire Round Saturday 6th May Chelsea vs Karingal Edi Asp vs Frankston YCW Langwarrin vs Mt Eliza Pines vs Mornington Seaford vs Bonbeach AFL Victoria Championships Saturday 13th May Geelong FNL v MPNFL Round 6 - Saturday 20th May Frankston YCW vs Bonbeach Karingal vs Pines Langwarrin vs Chelsea Mornington vs Seaford Mt Eliza v Edi Asp


Round 13 - Saturday 15th July Bonbeach vs Mt Eliza Edi Asp vs Chelsea Karingal vs Langwarrin Pines vs Frankston YCW Seaford vs Mornington and VCFL

Queens Birthday Weekend Saturday 10th June Chelsea vs Bonbeach - Rd 15 Round 9 - Saturday 17th June Bonbeach vs Karingal Chelsea vs Mornington Langwarrin vs Edi Asp Pines vs Mt Eliza Seaford vs Frankston YCW Round 10 - Saturday 24th June

Frankston YCW vs Ediand Asp Plan ahead, on off Langwarrin vs Bonbeach Mornington vs Pines the field Mt Eliza vs Chelsea

Karingal vs Seaford If you’re going to have a few drinks, plan ahead and arrange a ride Round 11 - Saturday 1st July with a designated It’s driver – someone ok not to be Ok who’s vs Mtresponsibly Eliza not drinkingEdi orAsp who’s Frankston YCW vs Mornington sticking to light. Karingal vs Chelsea Pines vs Bonbeach

Good Seaford sportsvsdon’t let their Langwarrin mates drink and drive.

Round 14 - Saturday 22nd July Chelsea vs Langwarrin Frankston YCW vs Seaford Karingal vs Edi Asp Mornington vs Bonbeach Mt Eliza vs Pines Round 15 - Saturday 29th July Multicultural round Frankston YCW vs Karingal Langwarrin vs Mornington Pines vs Edi Asp Seaford vs Mt Eliza Round 16 - Saturday 5th August Bonbeach vs Frankston YCW Edi Asp vs Langwarrin Mornington vs Chelsea Mt Eliza vs Karingal Pines vs Seaford Round 17 - Saturday 12th August Chelsea vs Pines Karingal vs Bonbeach Langwarrin vs Frankston YCW Seaford vs Edi Asp Sunday 13th August Mornington vs Mt Eliza Round 18 - Saturday 19th August Bonbeach vs Seaford Edi Asp vs Mornington Frankston YCW vs Chelsea Mt Eliza vs Langwarrin Pines vs Karingal

Round 12 - Pink Round Saturday 8th July FINALS Bonbeach vs Edi Asp Sunday 27th August - EF & QF A RoadSafe Victoria initiative supported by VicRoads and VCFL Chelsea vs Seaford Sunday 3rd September - 1st & 2nd SF Langwarrin vs Pines Mornington vs Karingal Sunday 10th September - PF Mt Eliza vs Frankston YCW Saturday 16th September - GF

Plan ahead, on and off the field If you’re going to have a few drinks, plan ahead and arrange a ride with a designated driver – someone who’s not drinking or who’s responsibly sticking to light. Good sports don’t let their mates drink and drive. A RoadSafe Victoria initiative supported by VicRoads and VCFL



AFL South East “Club Support – Community Program” April 7, 2017

MRC Foundation Chairman, Patricia Faulkner AO said, “the MRC Foundation is pleased to be supporting the establishment of this Club Support – Community Program focusing on the wellbeing and welfare of an at-risk demographic in the local community of several of MRC’s operations including Mornington Racing Club, Steeples, The Cove and The Grand.” The outcomes of the Club Support – Community Program in 2017 are: · 11 MPFNL Clubs to undertake the SALT ‘Healthy Club’ Program · Introduce 22 MPFNL Clubs to the ‘ClubCare Access’ SCA Program

Photo (L to R): MRC Foundation Chairman, Patricia Faulkner AO & AFL South East Region General Manager, John Anderson

AFL South East and MRC (Melbourne Racing Club) Foundation have joined forces to develop the “Club Support – Community Program”, which is designed to provide AFLSE and MPFNL (Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League) Clubs with the training, development and support in areas of concern within the community regularly faced by the Clubs such as youth suicide, domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health and other social and behavioural issues.

There is an online application process on the AFLSE website. Further communication will occur directly with clubs to participate.

Partnering with program providers SALT (Sport and Life Training) and SCA (Sports Chaplaincy Australia) the specific aim of “Club Support – Community Program” is to develop a leadership and welfare culture within AFLSE and MPFNL Clubs to help drive behavioural change and provide support in a sustainable and ongoing manner. SALT will provide specific training in those areas of concern identified by clubs. SCA, through the ClubCare Access program, will respond to critical incidents occurring in clubs, and offer the opportunity to all clubs to have a dedicated sports chaplain. AFLSE Region General Manager, John Anderson said, “This is a most significant initiative introduced for the benefit of the League and its Clubs”. “Our Clubs face regular challenges that require great sensitivity and expertise regarding the social and personal welfare of their members. It is incumbent upon all Clubs to provide a safe and positive environment for all their players and volunteers, while the SALT Program will concentrate on developing this culture and environment and the Chaplaincy Program will provide the one on one support for individuals who experience personal hardship.”



Lest We Forget They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them For our freedom they said. And for our freedom they did. 102 years ago, men, women, boys and girls embarked on a quest to not only aid “the Mother Country” but also establish an Australian reputation and identity. An identity that would be recognised and respected the world over. “What happened to the open landing to provide an ambush on very easy terms?” Instead confronted by towering cliffs, dead-end gullies and dense low scrub these men found the Turk reinforcements rushing up in strength as if prepared. Brothers, sons, husbands, fathers and mates fell all around as the hills became wild and bloody. Sisters, daughters, wives, mothers and friends did all they could to tend for the wounded. Then they dug. Trenches lined the edges of the battlefield. And for the next 8 months the ANZACs stood firm. It was there that the Australian identity was born. Sacrifice, doggedness, mateship and courage in the face of almost certain death. It’s not about the size of the dog but the size of the bark in the dog. And the size of that bark gave a young nation a story and a spirit to be proud of. Many died young. Some would say as just a boy or a girl. But no man or woman who went to war, who saw the

horrors of the world, and tried to fight them could ever be considered just a mere boy or a simple girl. Instead they were folk whose spirit continues to live on in the blood of every Australian. On ANZAC day we celebrate the spirit of those who fought for our place in the world on the Gallipoli Peninsula. We also celebrate the survival of that spirit. We step back and appreciate and thank those who continue to stand up and fight. Those who protect us and shield us for the dangers of the growing world. Those would embody the spirit of the ANZACs. For all that they do for us the very least we can do I step back every once in a while and remember them. We will remember them. 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 Karingal V Frankston YCW Karingal have had an excellent start to season 2017 with two big wins. Last Thursday night they defeated an up and coming Mornington at Jubilee Park by 20 goals. The Stonekittens went down in a nail biter to Mt Eliza by one goal and will be hoping to turn that around on Sunday against the Bulls at McClelland College.

Mt Eliza V Mornington This match will certainly be one to watch! Mornington last week looked promising against last years grand finalists Karingal while Mt Eliza took a one point victory over YCW. Mt Eliza are certainly looking far more consistent already this season while Mornington have the talent to take them on.

Bonbeach V Chelsea Bonbeach put out a decent performance last week against Edi Asp and this week get a well earned rest. The Sharks have done a lot of work in the off season and look to be far more competitive this year. Edi Asp V Pines The reigning premiers have had a perfect start to this season, last week disposing of the Sharks by 20 goals. Pines have come close both weeks and will be looking to bring a perfect performance this week to overcome the slick looking Eagles. Langwarrin V Seaford Langwarrin registered their first win for 2017 last weekend taking a thrilling 1 point victory over Pines. The Tigers are coming into this match fresh after a weekend off with the bye. Played at Lloyd Park this match will definitely go down to the wire, can the Roos capitalise on a home court advantage?


Netball Notes Edithvale - Aspendale Eagles

The Aspendale Trophies Round 3 v Pines This round of netball is proudly bought to you by Rosie & Micky Sullivan at Asoendale Trophies. It’s great to have a local family business, who pride themselves on friendly service & a huge range of sporting trophies and medals, including new releases, supporting our local netballers! Aspendale Trophies reduce the stress of picking the right trophy, for the right occasion so call in to see Rosie or Mick for all your trophy & award requirements. Conveniently located at 226 Nepean Hwy, Edithvale, no job is too big or small for the team from Aspendale Trophies! On the home front, this season we welcome back Claire as our head coach & A & B grade coach. Also we extend a warm ‘welcome back’ to Dee as our C grade coach & to our new D grade coach, Anthony, welcome to the Eagles! Last week we played a revitalised Bonbeach & it’s terrific to see the Sharks brimming with confidence & playing good netball. The A grade game was a ripper & our girls had to dig deep to bring home the four points. This week we play Pines at the Rowan Road, Dingley courts - so I’ll see you court side cheering the girls on! On the social scene, we’ve set a date for our famous annual Netball Luncheon! This is to be held on Saturday 27th May at Regents Park. Get in quick & see Wendo or Helen for tickets! Thanks also to the Seaford girls for changing our game times! Good luck to all teams this weekend! Soar Eagles!!

Seaford Tigers

This weeks games were very fitting to the Easter story. On a cold dark Thursday night our C grade girls kicked it off in what can only be described as the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The girls tried to keep pace with the strength of their opposition but seemed to get ‘out muscled’ off the ball in the blood bath battle. Hats off to the girls for keeping their cool and maintaining smart & disciplined netball. B grade was the next fallen disciple. Our girls had a slow start to the match letting the Gulls get an early jump, however in the premiership quarter the girls came out with all guns blazing to claw back the margin and be up by 2. The girls were pumped, the coach was pumped, the crowd was pumped but unfortunately the full time difference was just 1 measly goal scored in the final seconds of the match. The improvement from round 1 to 2 was phenomenal and has shown great promise that we are heading in the right direction with plenty more improvement left in the tank! And finally just when we thought all hope of getting a win on the board was lost, our D grade girls resurrected, rising from the dead to give us something to celebrate. Getting their first win on the board the girls were jumping for joy like their water was turned into wine. Well done girls! Lets hope for eternal wins for the rest of the 2017 season. Go tiges!

Mornington Bulldogs

Round 2 saw us play on a Thursday Night at Jubliee Park against a strong Karingal Bulls teams in all grades. A Grade expected a tough encounter against Karingal and that is exactly what we got. The A Grade girls fought valiantly throughout the match but in the end were no match for the Bulls. B Grade girls got off to a flying start but the Bulls made several changes that worked in their favour & Bulldogs were unable to match-up with the new and more experienced line-up for the Bulls and lost the following 3 terms to eventually lose the match. C Grade was not a pretty game to watch, we seemed to play more as individuals and not as the team we played as, in round 1. Unfortunately we couldn’t capitalise on the turnovers our defenders were getting and went down 13. Looking to rebound back this week. In D Grade it started to come together, with the girls being rewarded for the pressure each and every one of them were putting on their opponents. We played an awesome 3 quarters then started to tire in the last but came home with our first win of the season. The whole team should be super proud, it was a very exciting and skillful game to watch A big thanks to our new trainer Mel, who was kept busy with a couple injuries on the night, we hope Mon & Lara have speedy recoveries & are back on the court soon! Go Doggies Woof Woof


Netball Notes Chelsea Seagulls

Bonbeach Sharks

An amazing effort by Chelsea D grade this week! After last week’s tough loss they came out fighting and did everything they were asked. Though we didn’t come away with the win we had a positive attitude and fought it out right to the end. Shout out to Kate and Breanna for amazing intercepts down the court, and Amy and Sammi for their shooting. The girls should be super proud of their efforts. Bring on round 3! C grade started strong and our defensive pressure broke Seaford’s first centre. Seaford fired back, taking control and leading at the first break by 4. Casey, Char and Perri maintained composure through the middle, creating a turnaround that saw Chelsea lead by 1 at half time. Kate and Megan then fought hard in defence, creating turnovers and winning rebounds, and with Kiah’s leadership and sneaky intercepts we were very happy to achieve our first win 28-35. B grade saw some changes this week with key players out. Katja, Em and Lisa in attack worked the ring with patience and skill against relentless Seaford defence. At the first break Chelsea led by 1. Ally and Katie then worked the defensive end, Ally dominating rebounds. An always competitive Seaford fought back and matched our defensive turnovers, their goal keeper applying the pressure. At three quarter time we trailed 23-25. Final changes were made and our young gun Katja and veteran Lisa dominated the final quarter bringing the ball down the court beautifully. Chelsea fought back to take the win by 1!

*to be read to the tune of Baby Got Back*

Pines Pythonettes Last week saw our first home game, hosting Langwarrin at our temporary court at Monterey Secondary College. D Grade and C Grade were determined to show what they had been working on at training into a game format. However were both outclassed by strong Langy teams who were relentless on attack and defence. Although the girls didn’t get the results they were after, they know the areas of their game that need work in order to improve this season. B grade continued to shine and are now sitting two from two in a convincing win. Our attacking circle were extremely dominant with Lily hardly missing a goal and strongly supported by Taschelle, making it difficult for Langwarrin to keep up. A grade had another Blockbuster game with the intensity extremely high from start to finish. The game again went down to the wire with a bit of deja vu and ultimately going down to Langwarrin by one goal. The girls are determined to change this recurring pattern and work hard into round 3 and beyond. This week will see us take on Edithvale Aspendale. All teams are expecting extremely tough matches however know their goals and what they need to do to achieve the win. Good Luck Ladies!!


I like Bonbeach and I cannot lie, You others teams can’t deny When our crew warms up in our a-line dresses and our shark fins in your face you get jealous, wanna join our club, ‘coz you noticed our squad was tight, tighter than what Hogey’s wearing, Jess is hooked and she can’t stop staring Oh Chelsea we wanna beat ya, So Tania can take our picture, Hey gulls girls let us warn you, We’re gonna use our butts to block you Ooh, watch our throw ins Especially in defence GK, use me, use me ‘Cause I’m holding strong on the circle Tonight we’ll be dancin’ Footy and netball romancin’ D-floor workin’, twerkin’, Breaking them tables like a jet We’re tired of this league Sayin’ Bonny ain’t gonna win Take the shark park crowd and ask them thatWatch our girls fight back! So, Smithy! (yeah) Smithy! (yeah) Is Bonnie gonna get three wins? (Hell Yeah) So shake it, shake it, shake that bloomer-clad butt Bonny got back. Round 3! Edi Asp have always been a tough competitor and last week was no different, wet and cold conditions were not ideal but all four of our teams put up a strong fight and although we lost, our scores showed how much we have improved! Can’t wait to meet up again later in the season! This week is a home game against Chelsea and we’re hoping to come away with 3 wins! Battsy and Eddo out.

Karingal Bullettes This week our A grade was severely depleted. We welcomed back our co captain Jayde Aron who was carrying a niggling injury but still managed to play out the 4 quarters. Renee also a standout in the defensive end this week pulling in many intercepts. BOC was Birgitta in goals assisted by Emily. We had a solid start to the game which we built on every quarter to extend the lead. Although our A grade was depleted it was great to see positive attitudes out there. In B grade the level of netball was still extremely high. The first ten minutes

Netball Notes Mornington jumped us with a 7-0 lead. We were very untidy and we fumbled balls and turned the ball over constantly. It was like a flick of the light switch came 10 minutes in and we managed to fight our way to be only one goal down at the first change. As the game progressed everyone started to step up and play the netball that I know they can. This was lead by captain Emily who was best on court! Taylah and Kiah dominated thru the centre for C grade for the whole game. Whilst Alison coming up from D Grade to fill in was a huge asset picking up balls and intercepting all over the court. Our goalers alternated with Dani and Steph welcoming in Isabelle. Sara and Mel owned the goal ring defending like stars, applying the pressure! In D we started well with our defenders Bec and Gabby keeping them at bay. It was a tight game but we were just missing too many key players due to Easter - we will bounce back next week when we take on YC #GOBULLS!

Frankston YCW StoneKittens

Last week YCW came up against the always competitive, Mt Eliza team. The ‘A’ grade girls allowed Mt Eliza to get the lead in the first quarter and made it hard for ourselves, having to fight back. We managed to get up on the last quarter with a couple of critical turnovers to drop the game by just one goal. BOG goes to Courtney for her work in defensive end. The B grade girls got off to the start we wanted breaking the Mounties centre and scoring the first two goals. A comfortable lead that continued to grow, enabled us to make a few changes at each break working through various combos. Credit to each and every player who managed to settle relatively well into each change. BOG goes to Ash Whitnell who had a great game in Goal Attack. The C grade game was a funny old one, with the girls working so hard to get the ball and then coughing it up my making silly decisions, especially in the first quarter. Mt Eliza pressure all over the court was superior to ours hence why they came away with a two goal win. We had some wonderful passages of play with standout efforts from everyone at different times. BOG goes to Kirsty for being an absolutely stalwart in the back line. D grade also had a well fought out game with lots of rotations and combinations - again credit to the girls for giving their all in any position. Some really good passages of play for 2 and 1/2 quarters - the rest we can work on! BOG goes to Nikki for her drive down the court and clearing. Great job girls!

were in fine form. Renae had a fantastic game in defence with plenty of tips & intercepts while Krystal did well in goals. D grade walked away victorious 38-29. C GRADE showed that they are a force to be reckoned with & were competitive for the entire match. Steph C showed composure in the mid court while Karen was great in the attacking end. Mounties just took the win 31-28. It was a tough day for B grade taking on the 2016 premiers who have strengthened their team even more since last year. YCW’s slick skills in the wet were too much for our girls to handle this week, although they put up a good fight there was plenty to learn from the game, Di & Jamie were solid in defence however we walked away behind on the scoreboard when the whistle blew 24-42. A GRADE put on a fantastic performance in the slippery conditions & really showed what a team effort looks like. Jess & Madelina were unstoppable in defence while Bridget & Emily teamed beautifully in goals. The girls showed that mental strength plays a huge role when composure is required in a nail bitter, Mounties were ahead at the end of the day to take the 4 points 38-37. Next week we take on Mornington on Anzac Day, we will be aiming for 4 good wins.

Langwarrin Kangaroos No Notes Supplied

Mt Eliza Red Legs Our first game away from the comfort of Toorak College was a shock to the system, we certainly have not missed playing in the rain. Our Good Friday matches kicked off with D GRADE coming out firing. Hungry to redeem themselves after the 2016 prelim loss against YCW, they


Results Football



a grade

F’ston YCW 10.14.74 def Mt Eliza 6.8.44 Edi-Asp 6.12.48 def by Bonbeach 10.11.71 Pines 13.20.98 def Langwarrin 2.7.19 Karingal 11.7.73 def by Mornington 14.13.97 Seaford 19.18.132 def Chelsea 7.8.50

2.3.15 def by Mt Eliza 14.13.97 7.9.51 def Bonbeach 1.9.15 11.13.79 def Langwarrin 6.6.42 3.4.22 def by Mornington 8.9.57 15.9.99 def Chelsea 7.3.45


F’ston YCW 12.7.79 def Mt Eliza 3.8.26 Edi-Asp 18.21.129 def Bonbeach 2.3.15 Pines 5.2.32 def by Langwarrin 25.9.159 Karingal 8.9.57 def Mornington 4.8.32 Seaford 17.12.114 def Chelsea 5.4.34

For full results


Bonbeach Mt Eliza Mornington Langwarrin

b grade

RESERVES F’ston YCW Edi-Asp Pines Karingal Seaford

Edi-Asp 42 def 25 F’ston YCW 37 def by 38 Karingal 57 def 37 Pines 51 def by 52 Seaford - Bye

Edi-Asp F’ston YCW Karingal Pines Seaford

51 def 21 42 def 24 53 def 32 34 def 27 34 def by 35

Edi-Asp F’ston YCW Karingal Pines Seaford

53 def 13 28 def by 30 35 def 25 28 def by 69 28 def by 35

Edi-Asp F’ston YCW Karingal Pines Seaford

56 def 7 29 def by 38 24 def by 35 10 def by 54 34 def 22

Bonbeach Mt Eliza Mornington Langwarrin Chelsea

c grade Bonbeach Mt Eliza Mornington Langwarrin Chelsea

D grade

Bonbeach Mt Eliza Mornington Langwarrin Chelsea

Footy Stats “HOT SHOT” Leading Goal kicker

Club Championships Football Club


Snrs Res U19 Total

F’ston YCW 6 2 2 10 Edi-Asp 3 4 2 9 Pines 6 2 0 8 Mt Eliza 3 4 1 8 Bonbeach 3 2 1 6 Seaford 3 2 1 6 Mornington 3 2 0 5 Karingal 3 0 2 5 Langwarrin 0 2 1 3 Chelsea 0 0 0 0




Aaron Edwards Jake Kelly Shane Waterstone Thomas Shaw Tim Bongetti Anthony Bruhn Jackson Mockett Joshua Butland Peter Mcgettigan Jackson Calder

Pines Karingal Pines Seaford Pines F’ston YCW Seaford F’ston YCW Mornington Mornington

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 4

3 3 3 3 3 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2

reserves netball Team


Karingal 6 4 2 0 12 Edi-Asp 6 4 2 0 12 Mt Eliza 3 2 2 0 7 Seaford 6 0 0 0 6 F’ston YCW 0 4 1 0 5 Langwarrin 3 0 1 0 4 Bonbeach 3 0 1 0 4 Pines 0 4 0 0 4 Mornington 3 0 0 0 3 Chelsea 0 2 1 0 3




Joseph Hallal Mitchell Mathie Tyler Sigley Alex Trowell Bradley Wakeling Dale Binks David Reardon Jake Berry Justin Chant Leith Pellissier

Seaford Langwarrin F’ston YCW Bonbeach F’ston YCW Langwarrin Langwarrin Pines Edi-Asp Mornington

2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2

7 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

3.5 2.5 2.5 2 4 4 2 2 2 2

under 19

combined Club


Edi-Asp Karingal F’ston YCW Mt Eliza Pines Seaford Bonbeach Langwarrin Mornington Chelsea

1 2 2 2 2 2 0 11 1 0 2 2 2 2 0 9 2 1 2 0 2 1 0 8 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 8 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 5 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 5 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 5 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2











Lachlan Street Nathan Allen Ishak Bashir Zane Hill Harrison Scott Jacob Brooker Max Mclaughlin Zack O’Neill Matthew Peynenborg Vincent Kovacic

F’ston YCW Langwarrin Seaford Mt Eliza Mt Eliza Langwarrin Bonbeach Edi-Asp Langwarrin Edi-Asp

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

14 8 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4

7 4 3 3 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2 2


Ladders Football





% Pts

Pines 2 2 0 0 167 71 235.21 8 F’ston YCW 2 2 0 0 171 119 143.70 8 Seaford 2 1 1 0 184 124 148.39 4 Edi-Asp 2 1 1 0 138 108 127.78 4 Bonbeach 2 1 1 0 123 117 105.13 4 Mornington 2 1 1 0 172 170 101.18 4 Mt Eliza 2 1 1 0 118 126 93.65 4 Karingal 2 1 1 0 129 142 90.85 4 Langwarrin 2 0 2 0 64 154 41.56 0 Chelsea 2 0 2 0 87 222 39.19 0


P W D L F A Pts

reserves Team



% Pts

Mt Eliza 2 2 0 0 151 57 264.91 8 Edi-Asp 2 2 0 0 125 68 183.82 8 Seaford 2 1 1 0 141 99 142.42 4 Langwarrin 2 1 1 0 161 114 141.23 4 Mornington 2 1 1 0 112 86 130.23 4 Pines 2 1 1 0 100 97 103.09 4 Bonbeach 2 1 1 0 70 72 97.22 4 F’ston YCW 2 1 1 0 79 152 51.97 4 Chelsea 2 0 2 0 98 173 56.65 0 Karingal 2 0 2 0 57 176 32.39 0


P W D L F A Pts


Edi-Asp 2 2 0 0 98 32 8 306.25 Karingal 2 2 0 0 97 54 8 179.63 F’ston YCW 2 2 0 0 84 57 8 147.37 Pines 2 2 0 0 68 56 8 121.43 Mt Eliza 2 1 0 1 84 63 4 133.33 Chelsea 2 1 0 1 46 81 4 56.79 Mornington 2 0 0 2 65 95 0 68.42 Langwarrin 2 0 0 2 49 78 0 62.82 Bonbeach 2 0 0 2 50 85 0 58.82 Seaford 2 0 0 2 55 95 0 57.89

under 19 Team


Karingal 2 2 0 0 107 58 8 184.48 Edi-Asp 1 1 0 0 42 25 4 168.00 Seaford 1 1 0 0 42 37 4 113.51 Mt Eliza 2 1 0 1 75 79 4 94.94 Mornington 2 1 0 1 74 82 4 90.24 Bonbeach 2 1 0 1 63 79 4 79.75 Langwarrin 2 1 0 1 73 101 4 72.28 Pines 2 0 0 2 88 90 0 97.78 F’ston YCW 2 0 0 2 62 75 0 82.67



% Pts

Edi-Asp 2 2 0 0 234 15 1560.00 8 F’ston YCW 2 2 0 0 182 64 284.38 8 Karingal 2 2 0 0 120 82 146.34 8 Langwarrin 2 1 1 0 209 95 220.00 4 Mt Eliza 2 1 1 0 129 99 130.30 4 Seaford 2 1 1 0 134 137 97.81 4 Bonbeach 2 1 1 0 69 179 38.55 4 Mornington 2 0 2 0 70 160 43.75 0 Pines 2 0 2 0 81 213 38.03 0 Chelsea 2 0 2 0 34 218 15.60 0


P W D L F A Pts


Edi-Asp 2 2 0 0 84 34 8 247.06 Karingal 2 2 0 0 85 59 8 144.07 Mt Eliza 2 2 0 0 76 57 8 133.33 Langwarrin 2 1 0 1 103 78 4 132.05 F’ston YCW 2 1 0 1 70 59 4 118.64 Chelsea 2 1 0 1 56 59 4 94.92 Bonbeach 2 1 0 1 57 86 4 66.28 Seaford 2 0 0 2 57 81 0 70.37 Mornington 2 0 0 2 54 77 0 70.13 Pines 2 0 0 2 61 113 0 53.98


P W D L F A Pts


Edi-Asp 2 2 0 0 96 16 8 600.00 Mt Eliza 2 2 0 0 87 42 8 207.14 Langwarrin 2 1 0 1 74 34 4 217.65 F’ston YCW 2 1 0 1 53 49 4 108.16 Mornington 2 1 0 1 51 50 4 102.00 Karingal 2 1 0 1 48 55 4 87.27 Seaford 2 1 0 1 49 76 4 64.47 Bonbeach 2 1 0 1 31 66 4 46.97 Chelsea 2 0 0 2 31 74 0 41.89 Pines 2 0 0 2 20 78 0 25.64



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