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Bendigo Community Bank MPNFL Update Round 4 2017 Welcome to Round 4 of the 2017 season. We are now starting to get into the thick of the season, three rounds down and the ladders are now taking shape. The MPNFL would like to congratulate Michael Burke from Karingal, who last week played his 300th firsts game. Along with a full list of accolades that goes in that 300-game career, Michael is now an MPNFL Life Member and will be presented with his medal at the end of year presentation night. Once again well done Michael on a wonderful career so far and we hope to see you continue to bleed red and white on the field for a few more years yet. There is now only 2 more weeks until the ultimate battle between ourselves and the Geelong FNL to claim the number one title in league rankings through the state. The AFL Victoria Community Championships will certainly be highlighted this year having the 1v2 game at the MCG. Please stay tuned to our websites and social media for further details on the match. If you would like to watch the AFL Vic CC squad train at Frankston Park (6 pm-7:30 pm) see the following dates; Wednesday 3rd May, Tuesday 9th May & Thursday 11th May. A reminder that we have also officially moved to Frankston Park, we are in the old gaming venue. Shaun & Haydn are contactable via email or their mobile phones whilst we continue to set-up the office.

Themed and feature rounds coming up; 6th May 2017 – Round 5: Community Umpiring Round 13th May 2017 – AFL Victoria Community Championships Best of luck to all sides for this weekend.

This weekends games.... Crib Point v Sorrento Red Hill v Frankston Rosebud v Somerville Rye v Pearcedale Tyabb v Devon Meadows Hatings v Dromana



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As senior officials from all Clubs are aware, I have been conducting interviews with each of the Clubs in the AFL Southeast region over the past 6 weeks or so. The exercise has been a good opportunity to meet several Presidents and committee representatives for the first time. More relevantly it was also an opportunity to get Club’s views on the best structure for the senior football competition in 2018 and beyond. I have been very appreciative of the manner in which the meetings have been conducted, and I thank all those involved for their input. It’s timely to provide a reminder of the process from here. All the feedback received from Clubs will be provided to the Review Panel appointed by the Commission. It is hoped by the end of May a Position Paper will be distributed to the industry. Clubs will then have a month to formally respond to the Paper. The Review Panel will then make formal recommendations, taking all feedback into account, to the Commission for approval. The Commission is the ultimate decision maker and based on the current timetable the recommendations are due to be issued by the end of July.

It was pleasing to see 21 of the 22 MPNFL Clubs represented at a function at the Mornington Isuzu Ute Stadium (Frankston Park) last Friday night to receive their cheque from Highgrove Bathrooms. The Clubs are most appreciative of the gesture and as such will be displaying signage at each of the venues This had been arranged through the Frankston Dolphins. One of the criteria in the Dolphins bid to regain a VFL License is to be more engaged with the local football community. While it is easy to say the words, the Dolphins have gone out of their way to engage with AFL Southeast and this sponsorship has a direct benefit to the Clubs in particular. In my view it is important for the young players in our competitions to have pathways through to TAC Cup, the VFL and the AFL. Having a VFL presence in our region is important and we support the Frankston Dolphins in their quest. John Anderson RGM AFL South East

There has been speculation that certain outcomes have been determined already. I can assure you that is not the case and any comments from Clubs will be there own view, not the view of the Review Panel. Conversations between myself and Club Presidents as part of the Review are confidential and will not be made public. AFL Victoria – Community Championship Matches. The Worksafe AFL Victoria Community Championships 1v2 between the MPNFL and the Geelong FNL is confirmed to commence at 3.30pm on May 13 at the MCG. This will be prior to the Essendon v Geelong AFL Fixture. The MPNFL list will be trimmed down this week. Coach John Hynes will have a tough job finalising his best side. This is a fantastic opportunity for not only players, but for umpires, coaches and volunteers to participate on the game’s biggest stage. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in making this match a reality, including the competition sponsor WorkSafe, AFL, Essendon and Geelong Football Clubs for their support. The fixture between SEFNL and the Hamden League has had a change of venue to the sudden unavailability of the Holden Centre (Collingwood FC made that decision). The match will now be played at Casey Fields on May 13 starting at 1pm.



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Bendigo Community Bank Supporting the lifeblood of regional communities WorkSafe is excited to once again partner with AFL Country Victoria for 2017. It’s an ongoing privilege to be a part of country football and netball because these sports play such an important role in every regional community. They bring together families, friends, neighbours and mates to yell, cheer and compete in friendly – and sometimes not so friendly competition. It is an important partnership for WorkSafe because it gives us the opportunity to spread the message about workplace safety to an incredible mix of people from all walks of life. The people you see here today are players, spectators, umpires, club officials and volunteers. But they are also farmers, tradesmen, businesspeople, shop assistants and workers from a hundred different industries who deserve to get home safe at the end of the day.

We ask all regional Victorians to stop and think about what is ultimately important to them. What can they do to prevent the death or injury of a loved one at work? While the number of workplace injuries in country Victoria continues to decline, there’s always more that can be done. Through our involvement in country football and netball, we will continue to spread the message that no one should be injured at work. Safety is everyone’s responsibility and we must work together to ensure a safer Victoria for all. Clare Amies Chief Executive

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WorkSafe works hard with local clubs and leagues every year to promote workplace safety and the support and hospitality we receive from local communities is remarkable. At our Games of The Month, we invite some of the biggest names in football and netball to come along to meet the locals, share their sporting stories and enjoy the big-day atmosphere. Our Club Safety Fund, which offers financial support to clubs who have initiatives to make their players and supporters safer, will again be available this year. But workplace safety is not just an issue for WorkSafe. Every employer and employee must take responsibility for keeping safe at work. And every family member who says goodbye to their mum or dad, their son or daughter, or their brother or sister as they leave for work each morning, can do their part by reminding them of the need to take care.

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Football Preview Defining game for Hillmen By Toe Punt Red Hill and Frankston Bombers shapes as the match of the round in MPNFL Nepean Division today. Whilst there will be some intrigue in the Hastings v Dromana and Rosebud v Somerville clashes, I think most interest will be in the match up on the hill. Red Hill won its first game since 1985 against Rosebud at Olympic Park last week and looked super impressive in doing so. However, as we know in this competition, you are only as good as your last win and the Hillmen need to front-up again today and get the job done. The home side has its nose in front before the bounce. Red Hill comes-off a seven day break and Frankston off a six day break after playing Hastings last Sunday. Frankston also played in heavier conditions on Sunday. Regardless, the Hillmen need to bring the same level of intensity and composure to the contest today. Red Hill was super organised against Rosebud and led by as much as 38-points early in the last quarter. The Hillmen’s run and spread has always been a feature of their play, however, they have added some real class to their group which provides greater flexibility and potency. Marcus and Peter Dal Lago are wonderful players and have been for a long time. It is great to see them so settled in defence, rather than being used elsewhere to ‘pinch hit’ or fill holes. Chris Irving through the middle is a bull – he’s a class above and I can’t tell you how good it is to see him back playing. He is getting better with every possession. Ben Hughes is a wonderful strong target in attack. He leads and marks well and he has great second efforts. Dylan Hoare and Sean Holmes are X-Factors. Both have incredible talent and mercurial tendencies that genuinely should worry oppositions. They have the best young defender in the game right now in Jonah Siverson, Michael Mock is a coaches’ dream and Mitch Wallace is a dour, tough, defender. There’s a lot to like about the Hillmen but it does mean little if they can’t challenge the Bombers on their home turf, coming off a strong performance and with an extra day’s break. The Bombers also go into the game without Beau Muston, while Alex Harnett appeared to hurt his knee late last week and Brett Sutton is out for a while yet with a thumb injury. The Bombers poleaxed Hastings by more than 10 goals and at times made the opposition look silly.


Jay Reynolds was surprisingly brought straight back into the team after suffering from a calf injury but played his role kicking three goals while Zach Longham looked dangerous with four goals. Jason Kingsbury is a wonderful player and he was rewarded for his tireless work rate with three goals. Jarryd Amalfi, Ryan Marks-Logan and Corey Buchan control a very strong backline. The Bombers are frighteningly good through the middle and always look dangerous when the ball goes inside their attack. The question mark over Red Hill is quality of depth in the middle and a young ruckman against a more experienced Ryan Kitchen. The question mark over Frankston is a lack of leg speed in the back half. The Hillmen can really make a serious statement today if they can get the job done; however, it’s hard to go against the Bombers. HASTINGS simply has to bounce back against DROMANA. The Blues really did look like they were leg weary last week against Frankston and coming-off a six day break against a fast-paced Dromana is a concern. Hastings’ form leading up to the Frankston game had not been good, despite winning its first three games. It had played one or two quarters of good footy to get the job done.

Football Preview The Blues don’t appear to be playing with the same level of intensity or spirit that carried them through to the flag. Do they still have a fire burning to succeed? Luke Clark and Ricky Ferraro were missing last week – they will make a difference when they return. Dromana will be looking to get the ball in the open and use their pace to try and expose the opposition. It should have gained a lot of confidence from last week’s 112-point hiding of Tyabb. The Tigers played four solid quarters of footy and other than some moments in the third term, defended very well - it was a far cry from previous matches. We think Dromana is capable; however, we need some real proof before we start to get excited. They too can make a statement today against the Blues. ROSEBUD and SOMERVILLE should be a good footy match too. Jack Jarman, Daniel Wilson, Jake Corrin and Sean Downie were their clear winners last week and there wasn’t a lot to get excited about other than those four. Ben Dwyer looked tired, Ryan Spooner got caught a few times, Keegan Downie dropped his head after losing a couple of contests, Matt Baker was undisciplined and gave away a couple of goals and their best player, Greg Bentley did a hamstring in the second quarter. Brenton Payne has a calf injury and Brenton Davidge has sore knees.



Football Preview That was last week! Rosebud can quickly turn things around. Somerville expected a tough, physical contest against Pearcedale and it’s exactly what they got. They also walked away with the four points. The Eagles have been very good without being fantastic and a win against Rosebud at Rosebud would really set their season up. It’s a 50/50 game though and there won’t be a lot in it. PEARCEDALE pushed Somerville right to the line last week and certainly had their chances. They will get win number three today against RYE. Rye too is really struggling and its only chance for victory this season will be against Tyabb. The Panthers are playing a really tough, committed, accountable brand of football and Rye could probably learn a thing or two about the way they are approaching it. It was fantastic for the DEVON MEADOWS Football Club to taste success last week and it should experience back-toback wins against TYABB today. The Meadows’ form has been pretty good this season and it deserved to experience victory after going through a pretty tough trot. Tyabb is struggling. I tried in my own odd way to wave the red flag at them last week to fire them up but it didn’t work. Quite simply, the Yabbies are still the whipping boys of the competition. CRIB POINT welcomes SORRENTO to the nest. There’s no love lost between these two clubs – you only have to read social media to work that out. The Sharks are playing some pretty good footy at the minute and as I stated previously, they have their mojo and swagger back – thanks largely to the return of Troy Schwarze and Leigh Poholke, two of the Pies’ favourites! Sorrento beat Rye by 110 points last week – from all reports, they enjoyed every minute of it. Something tells me they’ll enjoy giving it to the Pies in front of their home crowd too!

Tipsters Shaun Connell AFL South East Manager Sorrento Frankston Somerville Rye Devon Meadows Hastings Last Round - 1 Matt Crozier AFL South East Online Sorrento Frankston Rosebud Pearcedale Devon Meadows Dromana Last Round - 4 Gary Sanford Bendigo Bank Sorrento Red Hill Rosebud Rye Devon Meadows Hastings Last Round - 4 John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach Sorrento Frankston Somerville Pearcedale Devon Meadows Hastings Last Round - 4

Haydn Parsons MPNFL Operations Sorrento Frankston Somerville Pearcedale Devon Meadows Hastings Last Round - 5 Toe Punt RRP FM Devon Meadows Sorrento Rosebud Pearcedale Frankston Bombers Hastings Last Round - 5

Peninsula Club Sorrento Frankston Rosebud Pearcedale Devon Meadows Dromana Last Round - 4 Doug Dyall MPNFL Historian Sorrento Frankston Rosebud Pearcedale Tyabb Hastings Last Round - 5

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

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

Seniors & Reserves 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

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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

Club Notes

Crib Point played Devon Meadows away in what is always a tough affair for all sides. The Under 19’s got the four points before the game even started. Devon were several players short and unable to field a side resulting in a forfeit. Crib Point’s Reserves were also down on numbers after a few injuries in the first two rounds. Luckily some of the 19’s young stars were happy to pull on the boots again and help out. The Two’s started slowly and were down at quarter time but quickly found their rhythm. Matthew Sloper made a big impact, he gave the team a strong target to kick to and small forwards Sam Adams and Joel Wisken swooped on the crumbs both finishing with a few goals. Nick Rutherford was best on and starred in the mid-field while youngster Joseph ‘Joey Jo-Jo’ Smith was unbeatable at full back as the Reserve’s won by 55. Both senior teams were fired up in a game that was tipped to be a close one but it was Devon who hit the scoreboard first and controlled the game early. The Pies only goal came late in the term from Riley Clifford after a nice passage of play. If it wasn’t for Devon’s wayward kicking the game could’ve been over a lot earlier. The Magpies had their chances but costly turnovers at crucial times of the game hurt. Taylor Stratton was enormous for Crib once again, Youngster Ned Shannon played his best game for Crib Point kicking 3 impressive goals while Jayden Espenschied and Danny Vercoe were again good down back.

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




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


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


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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

There’s not much better than getting three wins at home, but it certainly does taste that little bit sweeter when it’s against our old foe from down the road. That was the outcome last week when all three teams had comprehensive wins against the Rye boys. It was another great weekend for the Sharks and it continues our great start to the 2017 season. As was the case the week before, it was really pleasing to see the young fellas leading the charge in the Seniors with Zac Byrns, Chad Harris and Danny Stephenson all featuring in the best. Not to be left out of the action, it was the experienced campaigners in Dave ‘Plugger’ Lawson, Heath Cameron and Trev Mattison that managed to turn back the clock and play starring roles in the Reserves game. In the under 19s, it was the King and Gipp show with Kenny and Matthew King and Kayne and Jack Gipp being amongst the best on the day. This week we head out to Crib Point to take on the Magpies. Coming off the back of two straight losses, the Cribby boys will no doubt come out firing, but it’s another great chance for the Sharks to notch up another three wins and keep the momentum going. Let’s hope they can pull it off once again. Go Sharks!

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

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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

Under 19’s

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

Kobi Nichols Joey Boase Chad Harris Jack Gipp ( C ) Harry Paulberg Will Tucker Matthew King Kenneth King Storm Bobridge Mike Washington Mitchell Voigt Michael Walker



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Zak Stolz Lee Chapman Broady Fernee Bronson Corrin Kayne Gipp Jett Erceg Jay Blair ( C ) Lewis Lynch Bailey Holt Jed Goss Lachlan Robinson Chris Croad


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Liam Bradshaw James Guillot Aaron Hamzsak Finn Callaghan



RED HILL HILLMEN 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

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William Tuck Hamish McShane Craig Kennedy James Pittard Jayden Pain Haydn Kellett Sam Scicluna Aaron Embling Tom McEncroe Lincoln Toy Adam 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

Under 19’s

Coach: Andrew Gilmour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 11 12 13

Kyle Hawkins Lachlan Horscroft Jai Taylor Nicholas Theobald Hayden Horscroft Shea Mitchell Harry Lowe Mathew Lonsdale James Greenwood Aidan Marchesani



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Jack Kearney Darcy McDonald Jan Piotrowski Ryan Taylor Harry Walker Zak Turner Jarrod Lowe Daniel Frampton Luke Marchesani Lachlan Prins


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Alister Fuller Max Knight Max Westle Mcalister Pittock Darcy McDonald Nathan Higgins Jack Pilgrim Max Tulen

Club Notes

Massive game today against last year’s grand finalist -the Bombers. Last week I mentioned our long rivalry with Rosebud, but we did play Frankston in our first year (1929) albeit their 2nd side. The Seniors made their own piece of history last week recording our first win at Rosebud since 1985. They truly dominated the Buds who kicked several goals in “junk time”. Let’s continue the good work today. How the Casey Scorpions allow Baker to play for Rosebud and disallow Danny Allsop to play for Red Hill remains a mystery to this scribe!! The seconds rematch of last year’s grand final was a tight affair for three quarters with Rosebud showing out in the last quarter. Similarly the unders with the result going our way. This was a good win as they were minus a few players who had school commitments Congratulations to PATISON PARTNERS who were the Huddle Banner winners, and to all the other participants who will feature on our TV screens during the season as player sponsors. Also accolades to Stingray Sam Fletcher chosen in the Vic Country TAC squad. Our netballers shared the honours with Rosebud last week and the club acknowledges the fine work done by the coaches with our five teams. Our girls footy team hasn’t played yet but have been training well and we look forward to their progress. SOCIAL: Golf Day. MAY 12th (Friday) Wonderful day at Flinders G.C. Check on line or speak to Adrian Dal Lago . Bookings MUST be made in advance (late fee) Ladies Day - May 20th



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Welcome Bomber fans to today’s games @ Red Hill where it seems a bit strange being up here in April & not the depths of winter when it feels like below freezing. Enjoy the day and treat yourself to a steak sandwich from the tin shed bbq, they are always good! Great day for our Club last Sunday, winning 6 from 6 against arch rival Hastings whilst celebrating the spirit of the Anzacs. Super job by Gav reciting the ode before the last post, minutes silence and national anthem send your thoughts to the thousands of Aussie servicemen and women who have served our country with distinction. The Unders jumped out of the blocks early and had an early 4 goal lead which held them in good shape for the rest of the game. Tyson was good up forward, as was Barnett & word is that Man U are looking at Jakes soccer skills. The 2’s remain unbeaten, but only just after a nail biting finish. Well played to Benny T, Bedders & Ben who were the drivers in the win. Nothing atones for a grand final loss, but a 10 goal win in the next match is a win to be proud of. Congratulations to Alex on being awarded the Anzac medal who had great support from Rowdy & Zac. Get along tonight to the Bombers Big Barn Dance which starts at 7.00. We want to see boots & hats, freckles & pigtails and big belt buckles on those jeans as you take on Bazz the Bucking Bull, swing your partner round & round in a square dance & drink moonshine. It will be a buckin great night. Go Bombers

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



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


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



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

Seniors & Reserves 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 Travis Bolton Anthony Pegg Cody Hotchin Flynn Holt Glen Thomson Jacob Raphael Michael Luck Geoff Pegg Blake Porta Oliver Dunn Jack Edwards Scott Sterling Kieran Eddington Bryce Gibson Edward Ellis Mitchell Smith Rhys McLennan Edward Schellander Benjamin Hallas Adam Jarred Kane Donald Adrian Alford Lachlan Taylor Ryan Hickey 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


Club Notes

Today we face up to the challenge from Somerville who have become close rivals in recent years. As the season unfolds we start to see who has consistency and today our senior teams will be pushing to put their stamp on 2017. Last week most of the good news was off the field rather than on it. Sponsors Day was hugely supported, our invaluable sponsors again demonstrating their unshakeable support of our community football club, thanks to them and the Committee members who put the show together – a fitting display of community endorsement. A big thank you to Dean McRae & John Spaull for their role on the day, to guest speaker Glenn Archer and to The Hon Greg Hunt MP who took time out of his busy schedule to attend. On the field we had mixed results. Our senior team had some good minutes in the 1st & 4th quarters and kicked goals, but too few over the journey. The up side was the performance of our younger players who featured strongly, well done Peggy – a break out game, Sean, Tommy, Jake and Campbell. The Developments squad small forwards combined well to totally out score the Hillmen, Scott, Ed, Jamie were in and under at the right time as Thommo and Dale hammered the ball into the forward 50. The under 19s battled manfully but experience was probably their undoing in the last quarter, Jai/Reid, Nick, Joel, Stephen, Jaycob and Kieran were fantastic. This improvement of the clubs youth will significantly impact our season, just wait and see – it will only get better. The Club also congratulates Millie McDermott who was awarded the ANZAC Medal for best on court in our 59 to 35 win over Red Hill. Go Buds!



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Today we venture down to Rosebud, a ground we have struggled at for ALL grades for a long period of time. We believe it is a 11 years since we have won a 1s game at Rosebud. That is a long time! A member of the committee believes it is 5yrs any grade has won against Rosebud at Olympic Oval. That is 15 games in a row the club has played and has come home with zilch! Hopefully today we get some runs on the board today! Crucial game for all grades today with U19s trying to put a bit space between it self and Rosebud, 2s trying to catchup for a slow start to the season and the 1s to keep their season perfect and crucial ‘8 point’ game! Last week saw us retain the Postcode Cup, but not before an awful fright in both 1s and 2s. Both team’s were headed in the last quarter but rallied to hang on. The U19s had a strong win against a depleted opposition. U19 Captain Pat Nagle bagged 6 in even team effort. 2s up by 16 at 3/4, Pearcedale kicked the first 2 goals of the last but a steadying goal and great game by Will Shields snuffed out the opposition and we were able to close out the game by 22pts. The 1s was a pretty poor standard game until last 10mins. Pearcedale kicked the first 2 of the last to get in front and all the run. A flying shot from Justin Allsop and a sealer from Jayden Carter sneaked us home. If we are to be taken seriously this year we must play a lot better. Don’t Business Lunch May 12th-see Pagey, also our first Club function is May 6th-see Will or Jack

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

32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 44 45 48 50 54 55 67

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



11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 21 23

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


24 25 27 30 32 35 47 62

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



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 Mitch 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

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 61 62 63

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

Jayden Thomas Matt Whelan Josh Cameron Mitch Hillyear Callen Graham-Smith Jarvis Anderson Gus Gordon Sam Dow Zac Little Dale Perkins Steve Tweedly Kyle McLean Daniel Anderson Chaigen Watson Guy Lynch Daniel Schmitt Jackson Allen Angus Emery Merv Watkins Dalton Sanderson Matt Dunn

Under 19’s

Club Notes

Today Ben Winters-Kerr becomes the 32nd player in the history of the Rye FC, to play 200 club games. 197 of those games have been in the seniors, an outstanding achievement to a player who bleeds red and blue. A senior Rye B & F winner in 2007, Ben would also have been a Rye premiership player in 2006, however a knee injury that year leading into the finals, ended his year and he missed the entire finals series. A player who gives his all, on the field each week. Whether it’s down back, or up forward, Ben is continually under packs getting the hard ball or in the face of the opposition, doing what he does best. He makes his teammates stand taller and is a fantastic role model for the younger players at the club, with his work ethic on a Saturday and the training track. Benny everyone at the club, wishes you the best of luck today in your 200th club game, and in 3 weeks’ time you will become only the 10th player to play 200 senior games at the Rye FC. We welcome all our lovely ladies to the club today, as it is ladies day up top in the social rooms. Have a great day ladies and let’s hope we give you you something to cheer about in the footy and netball. Not much to cheer about last week, with the seniors playing the premiership favourites and the first half was pretty average by us. Great to see a response in the second half, but the game was over at ½ time. Reserves battled hard all day and are now starting to get some good numbers on the track, so looking forward to some positive results in the next few weeks. U/19’s played one bad quarter and that cost them the game. Let get back on the winners list today.

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

12 Gabe Nocella 13 Kalani Ryan 14 McLeod Jamieson 15 Clay Jeans Jayden Thomas (C) 16 Cory Jess Heeger-Roney 17 18 Jackson Allen 19 Nick Rowson 20 Mackinley Gunn 21 Josh Withers 22 Rhys Byrns



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


23 24 25 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 35

Gus Gordon Jess Goldsmid Ben Closter Jono Phipps Billy Swayn Cooper Morks James Papalia Dustin Broadhurst (VC)

Linton Hardy Kurt Goss Renton Sanderson



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

Club Notes No Notes Supplied

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

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



21 22 27 31 35 37 42

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




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

33 34 35 36 39 40 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 66 67 68

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

Last week we travelled to Dromana and played in perfect conditions. No excuse for the performance of our senior team. With a strong week of training under our belt the expectation was high, but unfortunately we didn’t stick the the game plan and could not deliver. If we are to take the next step and be more competitive then everyone must rise to the challenge. We take on Devon today at home and must bring our best for the entire 4 Qtrs without fail. In what turned out to be an enthralling contest the development side continued on their winning ways eventually getting over the line by 10 points. The win was set up by an explosive first quarter where we raced out to a four goal lead. In a fine team effort we were able to hold in on the last quarter with the experienced players stepping up when needed. A much improved effort by the 19s, 14 scoring shots at goal was a terrific effort from a group of boys just starting to play together. We are working with Mt Eliza each week to help with our numbers and we really appreciate this. A big game today v Devon with a real chance to take the 4 points if we work together on the field. 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


19 20 21 24 25

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




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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Back on the road this week, we find ourselves in the beautiful surrounds of Tyabb. Walking distance home for our Vice President Kingy, although by the time he gets home tonight it will more likely be a stumble then a walk. With a freshly waxed back though, at least he will be aerodynamic as he makes his way back through Bunguyan Reserve. Reports suggest that he has tipped the scales 3.5kg lighter since Tuesday’s hair removal procedure at the hands of Youngy’s better half Jess. In footy news, finally broke the duck last week after a couple of close calls in the first 2 rounds. After a fast start by our lads, Crib Point came out hard in the 2nd quarter to narrow the margin to just a solitary point at half time. We re-grouped impressively after the major break and pushed ahead to the final siren to record a convincing 32 point win. Budgie had a ripper day snagging 10...... behinds, to go with his 4 majors. To be fair, alot of those shots were from the boundary or outside 50. But, 10 behinds is 10 behinds and it deserves a mention! Fair to say he will be eyeing off a bagful today to make up for that. Well done to Stef as well who picked up the ANZAC Medal for best afield. Not too many arguments there as he had a brilliant game bursting out of the guts. The Reserves had a crack but just lacked the little bit of extra class and composure that Crib Point had up their sleeve. Upcoming Function - 3rd June DMFNC 40th Birthday celebration - Put it in your diary! Go Meadows!

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

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 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

Club Notes

Well our great start to the season came crashing down with a thud on the heavy Greg Beck oval in Baxter with all teams losing to the Frankston Bombers. The under 19,s were right in the game up until 3/4 time but were over run by their opponents, but still not a bad effort against a traditionally strong side. The reserves probably let one get away, maybe to much handball and not enough urgency to get the ball forward, but only lost it in the last 2 minutes and were well in front at half time, so a bit to work with there. The Seniors, competed well early but could not get a score on the board, and Frankston held a very handy 8 goal lead at half time, a terrific 3rd quarter saw the lead reduced to under 4 goals at one stage, but Frankston managed to steady and convert the few chances they had to score Don’t forget to book your tickets for the John Coleman lunch on Saturday the 20th of May, where you will see 10 former club greats get inducted to the Hastings hall of fame, and also one Legend will be added to the list, Coleman medallist and Richmond premiership player Michael Roach will be guest speaker, with the Nelson twins providing some comic relief. to book ring the club on 59791740. Dromana at home this week, lets look for all teams to get back on the winners list . Go Blues Head to Head Played 61 Hastings 42 Dromana 19

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 28 Jake Bailey 29 Matt Foy




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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Our sponsors for this round against 2016 Premiers Hastings are The New Atrium and The Bays Eye Centre. The game last week against Tyabb saw mixed results with the Seniors and U19s posting good wins and the Reserves with a patched up team again coming close. Club Senior Captain Terry Wheeler won the Anzac medal as adjudged by the umpires. Today’s games will be a chance to see whether our Seniors and U19s have finally clicked as a playing group and wins are a must if we want to feature in the finals. Coaches are always looking for versatility in their players but last week it was left up to the off field personnel when our scoreboard operator stepped in for the missing singer during the Anzac Service at very short notice. Well done. 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 as previously they were selling below cost, 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. Next Saturday is the Mother’s Day luncheon with guest speakers so see Tara Dornom or Debbie Quigley for bookings. 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 which will be on sale shortly. GO TIGERS!!!

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 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 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




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 7.4.46 vs Rosebud 21.20.146 Tyabb 10.6.66 vs Somerville 19.17.131 Pearcedale 18.3.111 vs Frankston 15.16.106 Easter Saturday 15th April Sorrento 18.22.130 vs Dromana 10.14.74 Devon Meadows 10.11.71 vs Hastings 13.19.97 Easter Sunday 16th April Red Hill 17.11.113 vs Crib Point 5.8.38 Round 3 - Anzac Round Saturday 22rd April Dromana 22.19.151 vs Tyabb 6.3.39 Frankston 19.15.129 vs Hastings 8.18.66 Rosebud 5.14.44 vs Red Hill 10.5.65 Somerville 0.17.89 vs Pearcedale 0.22.82 Sorrento 27.15.177 vs Rye 10.7.67 Devon Meadows 0.22.100 vs Crib Point 0.8.68 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 Saturday 27th May Tyabb vs Frankston (N) 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



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Anzac Day Medallists Dromana v Tyabb

Dromana v Tyabb

Frankston Bombers

Julia Smith

Terry Wheeler

Alex Harnett

Rosebud v Red Hill

Devon Meadows v Crib Point

Netball - Millie McDermott of Rosebud

Stefan Baumgartner from Devon Meadows

Football - Chris Irving of Red Hill





Netball Preview

Bendigo Community Bank Nepean Netball Preview – Round 4 2017 Crib Point v Sorrento Is there going to be any side that can stop this Crib Point juggernaut? The Magpies have won all three of their opening round by minimum of 24 points. They have only had 60 goals scored against them which is hats off to their solid defence. This week they will face Sorrento, a team who is full of young promising netballers, and will give their all, but won’t have the experience to match the 2016 Premiers. Another ‘W’ in Cribb Point’s column. Red Hill v Frankston Red Hill face a fired-up Rosebud last week to go down by 24 points. Red Hill certainly just haven’t got their grove together yet and will be looking to make the most of the home court advantage in the wool sheds. Frankston are having a great season so far. Except for the u17’s comp the Bombshells are sitting in the top four in each grade undefeated. It shows the depth that the red and black have in 2017. A Bye last week for the A grade side will mean they are refreshed and ready to take the court again. Frankston to continue their good form.

Rye v Pearcedale The Demons have certainly turned it on for their first two games. Sitting 5th just outside the top 4 by percentage, Rye will be looking to return to September action in 2017. A solid 21-point win over Sorrento last week help their cause. Pearcedale haven’t had the best start but they have had some tough oppositions in their first few rounds. While the Panthers will be hungry for the first ‘w’ Rye should take home the chocolates this week. Tyabb v Devon Meadows First win of 2017 for Tyabb last week. The Yabbies will be wrapped with the 4 points and be looking to use this as a spring board to launch the rest of their 2017 campaign. Devon Meadows will be disappointed with last weeks result against Crib Point and no doubt come out guns blazing against Tyabb. The Yabbies have had the better of Devon the last few years but the Panthers will sense this could be their time to strike back, and will return to the winner list. Bye: Dromana

Rosebud v Somerville After narrowly being defeat by Rye, Rosebud came out last week with appoint to prove. The Buds looking to take the next step, after a few years of the their under 17 sides making finals the talent is coming through and showing on the court. This week’s game will certainly be a challenge as they take on Somerville who look to be the biggest threat to Crib Point. The Eagles are thus far undefeated and will want to continue that title. This will be another great game with Somerville just having a little more polish.


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank

Dromana Tigers

Round 3 vs Tyabb saw another week off for our Under 17s who will again rest this weekend when the club takes on Hastings. The girls are working really hard so expect them to come out firing Round 5! D Grade- What a game for our D grade girls! Their incredible teamwork and intensity on court saw them bring home a 13 goal win with a dominant 14-4 last quarter. Kaitlyn Novotny was outstanding with 28 goals, with Liv Geurts and Tiarna Foster fantastic in the mid court. C Grade- A close and very winnable game that unfortunately we lets slip away. It was a slow start however the girls came back to win the second quarter. Tyabb were too good in the second half and the side went down by 8. There were a lot of positives to take out of the game and it will be a great rematch later in the season. Best for the day were Mel Ashton and Beinda Ingram. B Grade- Fantastic effort by the B grade girls who were unfortunately let down by a low scoring third quarter, being outscored 12-6 to finish with a 9 goal loss. The girls played well against tough competition and show a lot of promise for the season ahead. Our defensive combination of Nell Jenkins and Maggie Alford were our best for the day. A Grade- A very tough game against some really skilled competition. The game highlighted some areas of opportunity for us to work on if we are going to match it with the best in the league . Our best for the day were Georgie Dunn and Laura Hopkins, with Julie Smith from Tyabb taking home the Anzac Day Medal. A big congrats to A grade player Jade Traynor-Smith on playing her 100th game! Jade is a multiple club award winner and one of the heart and soul members of our squad! Incredible effort!

We look forward to our B, C and D teams taking on Hastings this weekend, with all three teams hungry for their second win of the season. Go Tigers!


Rosebud Buds

A-Grade – Team work was at a paramount against Red Hill. It was fantastic to see everyone fight for the ball and each other for the entire game. Whole court defence was improved & it’s exciting to see the development that is already happening this season. Congrats to Millie McDermott who was awarded the ANZAC Medal for best on court. B-Grade – Tough game with a few positional changes due to illnesses. Red Hill put a lot of pressure on & worked us hard. Well done to them for coming out with the win. Our defence worked really hard but the height of their shooters was a challenge. Our best player was Shannon who was a powerhouse in centre and second was Jess in defence. C-Grade – Our team were as strong as ever. Our first quarter we came out with the best attitude ever. 2nd quarter Red Hill came out with a vengeance and ran all over us with a 10-3 quarter. 3rd quarter we had one of those speeches that turned our attitude around. Our fight back was amazing. We never gave up and it showed. We came home with a draw thanks to a brilliant out of court shot from lozzy. Awards – #1 Ellie, #2 Lauren Under 17s – The girls game out firing with their strong defensive pressure right down the court. Despite a few silly passes the girls held it together leading the first 3 quarters. Unfortunately the pressure got to us with poor decision making and silly errors costing us the game but the girls fought to the end. Awards – #1 Casey, #2 Hollie

Rye Demons

The weather held off at Sorrento and we had four great games of netball. The U17 game was a close with all girls giving 100%. Defence was tight with both teams showing great skills in the ring. Rye had a great start and were down by only 2 at half time. After a disappointing 3rd quarter we came back to win the last quarter, but was not enough to take out the win. BOC– Ruby C grade had a great win. Melinda and Molly teamed up well in defence, with plenty of intercepts. The team worked consistently to improve the lead each quarter. Jodie and Jenny capitalised on the teams efforts scoring 45 goals for the game. Well done ladies. BOC-Merle B Grade was a nail biter!! Rye had a 1 goal lead at the first break, but Sorrento fought back to gain a good lead in the second and third quarters. Shania played a solid 4 quarters in Centre. The Rye defenders came back in the last quarter, putting pressure on the Sorrento shooters creating some well needed turnovers. It was a very exciting final quarter with the final score 32 all. BOC-Shania Even with a few players out today, the Rye A Grade ladies came out showing great skills all over the court, with Georgina and Taylah playing well together in goals. The defenders were tight all game with Bianca having a great game, intercepting and rebounding well. BOC-Bianca Congratulations to all on great games today. Our Ladies day is on today in the Club rooms from 1.30pm. There will be music, afternoon tea, drinks and raffles. All very welcome!

Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Sorrento Sharks

Thanks to Blairgowrie Cleaning Services for their ongoing support with our netball girls. This week was a good local game with Sorrento versing Rye. The u17s had a tough match.. A shakey start lead to a couple of not so flash passes and the nerves began to show. However slowly they made their way back and with a position switch in the goals proved a good move from their new coach Ash! After their toughest match so far the girls were able to come out on top for their 3rd win in a row! Well done girls. The C Grade girls once again started off well but the Rye team were too good in the end. They welcomed Sarah Nisbet to the team. Jazzy fired the team up throughout the game and played an awesome game in the centre court. They weren’t able to welcome home a win, but looking forward to giving it a good crack next weekA ripper of a game in the B grade from the beginning. They had a great team and were ahead for the majority of the game. Rye came back in the last quarter and the final score was draw. It was a great effort from everybody, improving every week. The A Grade girls played another great game against Rye. Welcome back to Grace Marks, great to have her back on the court!! All the girls played a hard game and never gave up, the girls shot the first 5 goals of the game however sadly the score got away from us resulting in a loss. Each week sees the girls improving and playing well as a team. We all have a tough game next week against Crib Point, Good luck girls!!!! GO SHARKS

Tyabb Yabbies

Unfortunately for our D grade girls, they were the only Yabby team to go down to Dromana. Despite Georgia Baker’s best efforts in defence & Amy’s strong work ethic all game, Dromana took control of the match in the third & extended their lead in the last quarter. C Grade stepped up their intensity & were rewarded for their efforts. Hannah was a steadying force in attack & was well supported by Jayde & Mayra through the midcourt. It was the girls’ first strong game across the entire court which is a sign of things to come. B Grade worked on the basics at training during the week & were able to apply better decision making during patches of the game. Lenny was the main contributor, bringing leadership to the court & working so hard all game despite the immense physical pressure being applied by her opponent. A strong 3rd quarter extended the lead for the Yabbies but sloppiness crept back in during the last, allowing the final score line to slightly disappoint the girls. A Grade came out ruthless & absolutely dominated the first quarter. Dromana settled, increased their patience & were able to find safer passages to goal as the game progressed. Julz was outstanding in defence & was rewarded with the ANZAC medal. Today, as we welcome Devon to The Pond, we also celebrate Lenny’s 100th match. Over her 100 games she has been a premiership player, best on court in a gf, multiple club r/u bnf & outstanding VC to our B Grade squad for many years. CONGRATS LENNY! NIP! NIP!

Somerville Eagles

Last week saw us take on Pearcedale down at the Nest. The season has been promising for all teams and we wanted to continue that across all games. The D girls showed more improvement and some great passages of play. Even though they didn’t come away with a win, there were some real highlights and positives to take into next round. The C girls fought hard worked their combinations well. They are showing that they are a tough side to beat, getting better with each game that they play. The B girls demonstrated why they are one of the top sides, coming away with another big win. Their teamwork and determination showing in the end score. The A girls fought hard and backed each other up. They are really coming together as a team which was reflected in their game and their combinations. Congratulations to Danni Planner who won the ANZAC Medal! Her tireless efforts and drive were evident on court. This round we take on Rosebud. We are looking forward to 4 tough games and hopefully 4 more wins! GO EAGLES!!


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank

Red Hill Hills

Devon Meadows Panthers

The U/17s finally had their 1st game of the season . What a thriller it was. Playing Rosebud who played in the grand final last year was never going to be an easy task. It was a tough battle by both teams. Rosebud had the lead at half time but our girls were determined to chase hard. The defensive work from the whole team created many turnovers. With minutes to go we’d caught up & the scores were even. The final goal was shot, the siren went , & a very excited Redhill crowd cheered out loud as our U/17s won by a goal. C grade started off pretty even, the defensive pressure was great but unfortunately we didn’t capitalise on many of our opportunities. We regrouped at qrt time & came out strong in the 2nd qrt. Annie C & Abbie working well in the goal circle. At 3 qrt time rosebud were a couple of goals in front. Both teams fought out a tough and exciting last qtr with the game finally ending in a draw. It was a great effort by both teams. B grade had a comfortable win with some energetic & exciting play. Aimee & Liv R were dynamic in defence. Midcourt players feeding the ball through to the goalers who finished off well. Looking forward to this team moving up the ladder as they build on the efforts of this week Again our A grade was depleted, so it was a tough match from the onset with Rosebud gaining control of the game early. Despite all our efforts things didn’t go our way with the points going to Rosebud this time. Thanks to the girls who played up a grade again.

What a week!! Firstly, on behalf of the girls at Devon Meadows we would like to wish a massive congratulations to Tanie and Brett Strickland on the arrival of baby willow!! She is an absolute gem and I’m sure will be an amazing netballer just like her mum (playing for Devon Meadows of course!) Coming up against cribby was always going to be tough as they are always a strong side! Our d grade girls came out firing and won 30 to 17. The girls did everything that we worked on at training and the systems showed on the court. For a new team they are coming together well and we look forward to a positive season. C grade were beaten 34 to 42. The girls fought till the end and boc went to Jenelle bain Cribby was just too good for our b grade, loosing 29 to 46. They were a strong team who had obviously been playing together for a long time and this showed on the court. We have a lot of potential and with hard work and dedication we believe we can get to this level. Boc Elyse Herrick. A grade also fell to the wrath of cribby, loosing 20 to 56. We were convincingly beaten by last years premiers. But we are growing with each outing and there are promising signs of things to come. Despite the scoreline to the girls credit they didn’t give up, they kept fighting to the end. New combinations are coming together. We are a work in progress. Best on court Natalie Fallon. With only 1 win out of 4 we hold our heads high coming up to play tyabb in what we expect to be another tough round.

Hastings Blues

D grade started the day against a much stronger and experience side. We saw improved play transitioning from the defense end through the mid court but failed to get the goals on the board. They will come, continue to commit to training and the improvements will continue. Best players were Ruby, Kristy and Maegan. C grade had a very competitive game and a few swaps of positions which worked in our favour. In the 1st quarter the aggressive play through us off. A few stern words and some tough love spirit got the girls to strengthen up for the remainder of the game. In the 4th quarter bombers had 10 turn overs to which we scored from 5 of them. Our tight defence interrupted their game but due to their consistent shooting under any pressure they got away from us. Very proud of the girls, playing as a team and worked through the tough opposition! Best players were the two Graces’ and Jaimi. B grade had a tight contest for four quarters. Started strongly in the first quarter but lapsed in the second and third and let the Bombers take the lead going into the last quarter. The last quarter was cracker, going goal for goal but just falling short but the barest of margins. Best players were Ebony, Shaye and Taylah.


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Frankston Bombshells

How many Colour puns can I squeeze into 1500 characters? What a blue plate special! Previously it was once in a blue moon, but now Bombshells are developing a blueprint for getting those winning blue ribbons. In the end it was Hastings Blues feeling blue, as we were able to come away 3 from 3. D grade rolled out the red carpet, and Ashlyn was tickled pink shooting more goals than she could count. Tori seemed to see red and chased down the netball almost as enthusiastically as she would some charcoal chicken. Special mention to our defenders Bec and Cell having a black belt in defending keeping the Blues to only 4 goals. C grade waved the red flag early signalling danger against their challengers. There was no grey area for H as she commanded the GS bib, only giving it back at full time. Jade had us green with envy with her accuracy. Finally Zen’s tattoos weren’t the only standout when she was given the green light for countless intercepts. B grade started the game as usefully as violet crumble in a knife fight. However they did not wave their white flag and won in a one goal thriller. The spectators were green around the gills and white faced with nerves. In an absolute purple patch is Mad Zach, who thrilled us with crucial intercepts and impenetrable defence across that mid court! And although A grade did not have a game we can’t do a colour theme without mentioning our only natural red head Rubes who’s scoring ability is second to none. 18 puns for those counting at home!

Pearcedale Panthers Last week we took the court to honour those that fought and died for us all those years ago at Gallipoli in our annual ANZAC Day round. Like soldiers, the girls took their place on the court to face Somerville in the inaugural 3912 Postcode cup. Our day started out well with D grade absolutely smashing out of the gates to take Sommy by surprise & outscore them 12- 4 in the first quarter. Safe to say that Sommy never really recovered after that and Pearcedale cruised home to a 33-21 victory. C Grade was a tough fought battle from start to finish with brilliant displays of netball from both sides. Getting out to a 5 goal lead after the first, Pearcedale turned on the heat to turn it all around and end up 2 goals up at half time after some brilliant shooting from their captain EmKate and tight defence all over. Unfortunately Sommy responded in the second half with even more intensity and ended up taking the W by 8 goals. Get the feeling this C Garde team hasnt quite reached their full potential yet so watch this space! A short-handed B Grade struggled to fill their injury gaps down both ends of the court and Sommy cruised away to a comfortable win. Commiserations to Pearcedale though, who kept their chins and effort up right till the end.

An ever-improving A Grade side looked good all over the court but struggled to convert their hardwork into scoreboard pressure. However, one thing is clear; this young side is improving every week and the future of our club is looking bright.

Crib Point Magpies It has been a great start to the season for our A B and C grades, all continuing the year undefeated after traveling down to Devon last week. D grade lost an early jump resulting in them playing catch up all day. Great backup down the court by the defenders and movement around the ring by Kylie kept the girls in the game but unfortunately couldn’t make up that early lead. Tomi receives BOC for her always improving movement in the ring and her goals. C grade took on last year’s premiers and were switched on from the word go. It was nice having a tall goaler back in the ring but the feeding and movement in the attack end was still very efficient. Defending duo Ayla and Amie created several turnovers to convert allowing a solid win. BOC went to newcomer Bree for slotting into the team so effortlessly and for providing great drives down the court. B grade took an early lead and held on for the rest of the game. Brooke was in total control in defence creating several turnovers for the goalers to convert. BOC went to Amy for her very accurate goaling and well working partnerships with both goalers. The new attacking end is jelling together more every week! A grade had an amazing first quarter which set them up for the rest of the game. Leah received BOC for an outstanding performance not only in WD but C. Fierce in defence and accurate in attack, A grade are in a very strong position. Silky Douglas was flawless in defence awarding her the Anzac Day medal. Go Crib!



Bendigo Community Bank Football



a grade

Sorrento 27.15.177 def Rye Dromana 22.19.151 def Tyabb Devon M




Crib Point

5.14.44 def by Red Hill

10.7.67 6.3.39 10.8.68 10.5.65

Dromana Rosebud Somerville Sorrento Frankston - Bye

27 def by 57 59 def 35 64 def 31 32 def 53

Dromana Frankston Rosebud Somerville Sorrento

32 def by 41 40 def 39 25 def by 47 83 def 15 32 drew 32

Dromana Frankston Rosebud Somerville Sorrento

25 def by 33 52 def 14 29 drew 29 32 def 24 25 def by 45

Dromana Frankston Somerville Rye - Bye Red Hill - Bye

34 def 21 48 def 4 21 def by 33

Somerville 12.17.89 def Pearcedale 10.22.82

b grade

Frankston 19.15.129 def Hastings 8.18.66

RESERVES Sorrento 13.13.91 def Rye



8.7.55 def by Tyabb


Devon M

3.3.21 def by Crib Point





Red Hill


Somerville 11.12.78 def Pearcedale 8.8.56 Frankston

8.8.56 def Hastings 8.3.51



8.11.59 def Rye


Dromana 20.9.129 def Tyabb




8.7.55 def by Red Hill

Somerville 24.16.160 def Pearcedale 1.2.8 Frankston 11.7.73 def Hastings 5.7.37

Tyabb Hastings Red Hill Pearcedale Rye

c grade Tyabb Hastings Red Hill Pearcedale Rye

D grade Tyabb Hastings Pearcedale

Under 17

For full results

Tyabb Red Hill Pearcedale Rye

Rosebud 22 def by 23 Sorrento 26 def 17 Devon Meadows - Bye Dromana - Bye Pearcedale - Bye

Red Hill Rye

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Footy Stats

Bendigo Community Bank Club Championships

“HOT SHOT� Leading Goal kicker

Football Club


Snrs Res U19 Total

Player Leigh Poholke Ben Hughes Allan Murray Steven McInnes Keegan Downie Zachariah Longham Shaun Foster Luke Hewitt Andrejs Everitt Waide Symes

Hastings 9 6 3 18 Sorrento 9 6 2 17 Frankston 6 6 3 15 Somerville 9 2 2 13 Red Hill 6 4 3 13 Rosebud 3 4 1 8 Crib Point 3 2 2 7 Pearcedale 6 0 0 6 Devon M 3 2 1 6 Tyabb 0 6 0 6 Dromana 3 0 1 4 Rye 0 0 1 1

Club Sorrento Red Hill Devon M Devon M Rosebud Frankston Hastings Hastings Somerville Crib Point

G T 6 16 5 13 4 12 3 11 2 9 4 9 1 9 0 9 3 8 0 8

reserves netball Team

A B C D U17 T

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

9 6 3 0 - 18 9 6 3 0 - 18 9 3 2 0 1 15 6 4 2.5 - 2 14.5 6 6 2 0 - 14 6 2 1.5 1 2 11.5 6 2 2 0 10 3 2 1 0 2 8 0 2 1.5 1 3 6.5 0 1 0 - 3 4 0 0 0.5 1 3 3.5 0 2 0 0 - 2

combined Club







D U17


Frankston 2 3 3 3 3 3 0 - 17 Somerville 3 1 2 2 3 2 0 - 13 Crib Point 1 1 2 3 3 3 0 - 13 Red Hill 2 2 3 0 1 1.5 1 3 12.5 Rosebud 1 2 1 2 2 2.5 - 2 12.5 Sorrento 3 3 2 0 0.5 0 - 3 11.5 Hastings 3 3 3 0 1 0 0 - 10 Devon M 1 1 1 2 1 1.5 1 2 9.5 Rye 0 0 1 3 1.5 2 0 1 8.5 Tyabb 0 3 0 2 1 2 0 - 8 Dromana 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 7 Pearcedale 2 0 0 0 0 0.5 1 3 5.5

Player Matthew Dimkos David Hull Daniel Hickey Peter Hampton Benjamin Schultz Richard Vandenham Jake Dade-Bell Dylan Burstall Ryan Lia Nathan Phillips

Club Tyabb Hastings Sorrento Rye Rosebud Hastings Hastings Tyabb Frankston Frankston

G T 4 12 2 9 3 8 2 7 2 7 2 7 1 6 1 6 3 6 2 6

under 19 Player Patrick Nagel Bailey Holt Jake Rigby Nathan Abbott William Geurts Lachlan McKenzie Matthew Harrison Jake Haskett Mitchell Delmo Lachlan Avery

Club Somerville Sorrento Frankston Rosebud Dromana Dromana Somerville Somerville Somerville Frankston

G T 6 10 0 9 4 9 3 8 4 7 1 7 2 6 3 6 2 6 2 6


Ladders SENIORS Team


% Pts

Sorrento 3 3 0 0 391 188 207.98 12 Somerville 3 3 0 0 314 206 152.43 12 Hastings 4 3 1 0 417 304 137.17 12 Frankston 3 2 1 0 335 208 161.06 8 Red Hill 3 2 1 0 236 176 134.09 8 Pearcedale 3 2 1 0 281 277 101.44 8 Rosebud 3 1 2 0 237 195 121.54 4 Devon M 3 1 2 0 253 253 100.00 4 Dromana 3 1 2 0 256 269 95.17 4 Crib Point 3 1 2 0 225 261 86.21 4 Rye 3 0 3 0 189 441 42.86 0 Tyabb 4 0 4 0 181 537 33.71 0



% Pts

Sorrento 3 3 0 0 265 95 278.95 12 Hastings 4 3 1 0 292 176 165.91 12 Frankston 3 3 0 0 209 134 155.97 12 Tyabb 4 3 1 0 230 209 110.05 12 Red Hill 3 2 1 0 193 140 137.86 8 Rosebud 3 2 1 0 202 153 132.03 8 Somerville 3 1 2 0 157 169 92.90 4 Crib Point 3 1 2 0 143 187 76.47 4 Devon M 3 1 2 0 102 205 49.76 4 Pearcedale 3 0 3 0 128 214 59.81 0 Dromana 3 0 3 0 129 217 59.45 0 Rye 3 0 3 0 103 254 40.55 0


% Pts

Frankston 3 3 0 0 219 124 176.61 12 Hastings 4 3 1 0 210 186 112.90 12 Red Hill 3 3 0 0 162 145 111.72 12 Somerville 3 2 1 0 362 84 430.95 8 Sorrento 3 2 1 0 220 204 107.84 8 Crib Point 1 0 1 0 26 35 74.29 8 Dromana 3 1 2 0 250 198 126.26 4 Rosebud 3 1 2 0 183 172 106.40 4 Devon M 2 1 1 0 109 109 100.00 4 Rye 3 1 2 0 121 141 85.82 4 Tyabb 3 0 3 0 95 327 29.05 0 Pearcedale 3 0 3 0 88 320 27.50 0


B GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 3 3 0 0 209 55 12 380.00 Frankston 3 3 0 0 142 82 12 173.17 Crib Point 3 3 0 0 118 81 12 145.68 Rosebud 3 2 0 1 105 107 8 98.13 Tyabb 4 2 0 2 132 156 8 84.62 Rye 3 1 1 1 98 98 6 100.00 Devon M 3 1 0 2 112 104 4 107.69 Dromana 3 1 0 2 108 131 4 82.44 Hastings 4 1 0 3 129 157 4 82.17 Red Hill 3 1 0 2 94 125 4 75.20 Sorrento 3 0 1 2 102 116 2 87.93 Pearcedale 3 0 0 3 46 183 0 25.14

C GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Frankston 3 3 0 0 116 44 12 263.64 Crib Point 3 3 0 0 116 78 12 148.72 Rosebud 3 2 1 0 95 65 10 146.15 Rye 3 2 0 1 101 64 8 157.81 Somerville 3 2 0 1 90 73 8 123.29 Tyabb 4 2 0 2 100 104 8 96.15 Devon M 3 1 1 1 122 89 6 137.08 Red Hill 3 1 1 1 86 89 6 96.63 Dromana 3 1 0 2 79 96 4 82.29 Pearcedale 3 0 1 2 75 87 2 86.21 Sorrento 3 0 0 3 62 127 0 48.82 Hastings 4 0 0 4 48 174 0 27.59


under 19’s Team

A GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Crib Point 3 3 0 0 149 60 12 248.33 Somerville 3 3 0 0 134 82 12 163.41 Frankston 2 2 0 0 92 64 8 143.75 Rosebud 3 2 0 1 152 108 8 140.74 Rye 2 2 0 0 91 65 8 140.00 Tyabb 3 1 0 2 98 103 4 95.15 Dromana 3 1 0 2 118 126 4 93.65 Devon M 2 1 0 1 68 82 4 82.93 Pearcedale 3 0 0 3 95 160 0 59.38 Red Hill 3 0 0 3 85 146 0 58.22 Sorrento 3 0 0 3 92 178 0 51.69

Team P W D L F A Pts % Frankston 3 3 0 0 112 40 12 280.00 Red Hill 2 2 0 0 72 35 8 205.71 Devon M 3 2 0 1 103 62 8 166.13 Pearcedale 3 2 0 1 90 69 8 130.43 Tyabb 4 2 0 2 77 84 8 91.67 Rye 1 1 0 0 29 7 4 414.29 Crib Point 3 1 0 2 61 71 4 85.92 Dromana 2 1 0 1 46 57 4 80.70 Somerville 3 0 0 3 54 93 0 58.06 Hastings 4 0 0 4 31 157 0 19.75

Under 17 Team P W D L F A Pts % Sorrento 3 3 0 0 104 43 12 241.86 Pearcedale 1 1 0 0 47 17 4 276.47 Rosebud 3 1 0 2 69 60 4 115.00 Red Hill 1 1 0 0 23 22 4 104.55 Rye 2 0 0 2 24 61 0 39.34 Devon M 1 0 0 1 17 47 0 36.17 Dromana 1 0 0 1 14 48 0 29.17


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