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MPNFL Updates MPNFL Update Round 6 2017 Welcome back to the 2017 home and away season for both Peninsula FNL and Nepean FNL. We hope that everyone enjoyed the week off (if you had one) and look forward to getting into the guts of the season. Last week was the AFL Victoria Worksafe Community Championships, and the MPNFL headed off to the Melbourne Cricket Ground to take on the Geelong FNL and end their five-year reign of supremacy. Unfortunately, on the day the boys from the other side of the bay proved to be too good and ran away with a 22-point win. It was a great effort from MPNFL boys and they never gave up until the final siren. Bonbeach’s and last year E.V. Shade medallist Shane McDonald won best on ground for the MPNFL. Our ranking has now dropped back to number 3 and we will face the Northern Football League for the 2nd time in two years, after their triumphant 125-point win over the WRFL. Thank you to every who participated and helped during the build-up and on the day. Geelong FNL 16-9-105 Def MPNFL 11-17-83 Goal Kickers: N. Corp 2, M. La Fontaine 2, L. Tapscott 2, S. MacLeod, S. McDonald, P. Minchington, K. Hutchison, J. Miller Best Players: D. Jones, B. Cosson, S. MacLeod, J. Hallahan, W. Miller, S. McDonald

Indigenous Round will be celebrated next week throughout the competitions. It is a great week for everyone to look upon and reflect and marvel to what the Indigenous community has bought to the sport at both higher grade and local football and netball. A reminder that we have also officially moved to Frankston Park, in the old gaming venue. The new office number is 03 8781 1300, alternatively you can contact Shaun and Haydn on their mobiles or via email shaun@ and Best of luck to all sides for this weekend.

Themed and feature rounds coming up; 27th May 2017 – Indigenous Round 3rd June 2017 – Quit Round 10th June 2017 - Queen’s Birthday Round 1st July 2017 – It’s ok no to be ok Round

This weekends games.... Frankston YCW v Bonbeach Karingal v Pines Langwarrin v Chelsea Mornington v Seaford Mt Eliza v Edi-Asp



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AFL South East Inter League Weekend Inter League weekend didn’t quite turn out the way we hoped. Both the MPNFL and SEFNL teams went down to their opponents, Geelong and Hampden leagues respectively in closely fought contests. At Casey Fields Jock Holland coached his SEFNL team for the last time against Jonathan Brown’s Hampden League side. It was a see sawing contest, with SEFNL leading into the last quarter however with a shortened bench due to injury Hampden ran over the top to win by 18 points. Congratulations goes to the Hampden League for being too good on the day. We thank the City of Casey and Casey Demons for their support in ensuring the facilities were ready to host our game on short notice. Special thanks to Jock Holland who announced after the SEFNL game that he will no longer be coach of the SEFNL team, after leading the team for 6 years. Until this year Jock had coached his team to 5 straight victories which is a great achievement. Well done and all the best to you Jock. At the MCG, the MPNFL side, coached by John Hynes, suffered from some inaccurate kicking early, with Geelong leading 9.2 to 4.11 at half time. The margin remained fairly constant for much of the last 3 quarters with Geelong FNL running out 22 point winners. While we also congratulate Geelong for their win, I was very impressed with the commitment of the MPNFL players who never gave up at any stage. On behalf of the AFL South East Commission, I would like to thank the players who represented their leagues last weekend as well as those who were part of the squads over the past couple of months. You all proudly wore the League jumpers and performed well. We appreciate the commitment you all made.

get on the park without having the support staff in the background. To the assistant coaches, trainers, team managers, runners, water carriers and those who generally assisted, I say thank you. For the MPNFL, the loss means we drop to third ranking league in the State, and a meeting with the fourth ranked Northern in 2018. A win then will get us back to the Championship Final the following year. This week we return to a full round of fixtures across our 3 senior football competitions, with some very interesting top of the table clashes that will go some way to end of season positions. In SEFNL Beaconsfield (2nd) host Doveton (3rd) in an important game for both clubs. In the Peninsula League, finals aspirants Bonbeach and Edi Asp face challenges at Frankston YCW and Mt Eliza. Can Chelsea win 3 games in a row when they take on Langwarrin at Lloyd Park? Several matches in Nepean may lay claim to match of the round. That status may go to Red Hill who will be able to test their finals credentials against reigning premier Hastings. I look forward to being at Mornington v Seaford, where the home club will commemorate the 125th anniversary of the day 15 young Mornington footballers lost their lives in a boating disaster returning from a match at Mordialloc on 21 May 1892. Good luck to all Clubs this weekend.

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AFL Vic Country 2018 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONSHIPS RANKINGS RELEASED AFL Victoria has released the official rankings for the 2018 WorkSafe AFL Victoria Community Championships following a successful 2017 competition on May 13. Thirty-two community football leagues have been assigned new nominal rankings following their participation in its 2017 Championships, which saw the best senior players from across Victoria go head-to-head in a one off interleague match. Geelong Football Netball League remains the number one ranked community football league in Victoria after defeating Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League by 22-points at the MCG. The Eastern Football League remains the best metropolitan league in Melbourne following its two point win over the Essendon District Football League in a thriller at Bayswater. Eastern FL moves up to second place in the 2018 rankings and will face Geelong FNL for the top-ranking, while MPNFL will slip to third and face the Northern FL (fourth) after its win over Western Regional FL. Rounding out the top ten ranking positions are Essendon DFL (fifth), Ovens & Murray FL (sixth), Western Region FL (seventh), Ballarat FNL (eighth), Goulburn Valley FNL (ninth) and Hampden FNL (tenth). The 2018 rankings list does not provide a likely schedule of matches for 2018, with leagues given the opportunity to opt-in or withdraw from the competition each season. Final entries for participation in the 2018 season are not requested by AFL Victoria until November, which allows leagues sufficient time to decide whether they wish to participate in the competition the following year. For more information on the 2017 WorkSafe AFL Victoria Community Championships, please visit

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Football Preview SEAGULLS EYEING THREE ON THE BOUNCE by Simon McEvoy CHELSEA will try to make it three successive wins for the first time since 2011 when it tackles bottom-placed LANGWARRIN in Peninsula league this afternoon. Brett Dunne’s Seagulls have played with spirit in recent weeks to emerge as a potential top-five contender. They stunned the highly-rated Mt Eliza by six points to snap an 18-game losing streak in Round 4 and then followed up with a gritty three-point win over Karingal. The Seagulls have taken flight in recent weeks and a win over Langwarrin would have them knocking on the door of the five. James Brain, Simon Mitchelhill, Daly Shannon, Curtis Bywater, Todd Gardiner and Jack Francis have fuelled Chelsea’s resurgence. Chelsea has struggled in recent years - last season it won only two games and finished with the wooden spoon. But the tide is turning. Langwarrin (0-5) has struggled to be competitive this season and its highest score has been 56 points. It’s crunch time for MORNINGTON when it faces SEAFORD at the kennel. The Bulldogs (1-4) have lost three games in a row to drop to second-bottom and their last round effort – when they kicked only one goal – was described as putrid by coach Chris Holcombe. Their response today could determine their season. If they are to resurrect their hopes they’ll need to get cracking. Seaford, conversely, is riding the crest of a wave; a fourgame winning streak has propelled the Tigers to second spot and they are being talked about as contenders for the first time in years. Former Coburg star Damien Rayson has hit his straps in recent weeks, while Dean Williamson is having a fine season. Rourke Fischer is another talented player fuelling the Tigers’ charge. MT ELIZA will be out to post consecutive wins for the first time this season when it tackles EDI-ASP at Madsen Reserve. Two rounds ago the Redlegs suffered a surprise loss to Chelsea, but they hit back last round to dispatch Langwarrin by 45 points. Troy Shannon’s side is yet to hit top gear but a win today could be the spark it needs. Ben Landry, Jay Neratzoglou, Rohan Heasley and Harper Leonard have been consistent performers, while star forward Justin Van Unen, with 13 goals in five games, will be keen to kick a big bag. Edi-Asp’s form has been patchy, although they’ve had a difficult draw. The Eagles flashed home to beat Mornington two rounds ago and then pushed Frankston

YCW last round, with Steve Mannix, Craig Wray, and Brendan Neville continuing their solid form. KARINGAL will be out to halt a four-game slide when it hosts third-placed PINES at Frankston Park. The Bulls will need to find another gear, though, because Pines (4-1) is running hot and looking every inch a flag contender. The Pythons have strength on every line. Their starstudded forward line, led by Tim Bongetti and Aaron Edwards, is often spoken about but their backline is the best in the comp. Pines has in-form players galore, including Nick Boswell, Lachlan Marshall and Corey Ash. Edwards will enjoy being back at Frankston Park, where he booted a century of goals with the Dolphins in a sensational 2006 season. FRANKSTON YCW’s unbeaten stretch is up to 13 games – including five straight wins this season. Today, the Stonecats meet top-five aspirant BONBEACH in an interesting battle. Bonbeach has the talent to serve it up to YC, with former AFL man Trent Dennis-Lane, the mercurial Shane McDonald, interleague players Jackson Casey and Dylan Jones and the impressive Owen Hulett. But YCW seems to get the job done every week, with the likes Kyle Hutchison, Scott MacLeod, Kev Lylak and Paul Minchington playing good footy. Josh Butland and Luke Paynter have been good up forward and young ruckman Macklin Raine had his best game for the club last round.



Football Preview PYTHONS ON THE UP IN THE RESERVES… An in-form PINES has won three of its past four games to climb to fourth spot and today the Pythons have the chance to cement their spot when they face winless KARINGAL. Lee Hearnden, Jake Berry, Jayden Goldsmith and Majok Puok have been playing good footy. Undefeated MT ELIZA hosts EDI-ASP coming off two straight losses. Michael Cleary and Matt Pascazio have been impressive for the Redlegs. FRANKSTON YCW will look to consolidate its spot in the five when it hosts seventh-placed BONBEACH (2-3). LANGWARRIN is trying to halt a four-game slide when it meets CHELSEA, which will rely on the in-form Charles Ryan-Orchard and Stuart Brooke. On a four-game winning streak, SEAFORD is playing with confidence and will be tough to beat against MORNINGTON. James Herbert, Ben Duffield and Taka Tohiariki continue to play slick footy for the Tigers. STONECATS SIZZLING IN THE UNDER 19s… FRANKSTON YCW has been untouchable in the opening five games, kicking plenty of goals and conceding very few. A total of only 94 points has been scored against the Stonecats. Today, YC takes on eight-placed BONBEACH. LANGWARRIN has won four on the spin to sit in second spot and the Kangaroos showed admirable fight to get past Mt Eliza last round. Today, they face a CHELSEA side that has suffered several heavy defeats. SEAFORD has looked impressive in recent weeks, climbing to fifth spot. The Tigers face seventh-placed MORNINGTON. EDI-ASP set the pace early on but has dropped its past two games. The Eagles face MT ELIZA in a crucial thirdversus-fourth battle. KARINGAL improved its record to 3-2 and with a sizzling win last round and should go on with it against winless PINES.

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Frankston YCW Pines Chelsea Seaford Mt Eliza

Frankston YCW Pines Chelsea Seaford Mt Eliza

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Frankston YCW Pines Chelsea Mornington Mt Eliza

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Bonbeach Pines Chelsea Seaford Edi-Asp

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Frankston YCW Pines Chelsea Seaford Mt Eliza

Frankston YCW Pines Chelsea Seaford Mt Eliza

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

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

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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

Club Notes

First of all bad luck to the InterLeague team who went down to Geelong by 22 points. Congrats to our reps Bysa, Onger, Laffa, Hutch, Mincho and Scooter. Today we welcome Bonbeach to the Coburn Oval. No easy games these days and the Sharks are up and about again and in the top 5. Watching on are our Past Players for their annual get together - have a great day guys. It seems an eon ago but last week we travelled to EdiAsp and came away with three victories. Hutcho’s lads fielded a strong team in a danger game and ran away after 1/4 time to win well. Josh Berenger was best along with Callen Gregory whilst Lachie (4) and Gus relished being back with their mates. Murph’s Magoos put last week behind them and recorded a good 4 goal victory. Sam Pickess, Jack Matthews and Pat Davenport were best and Nick King continued his consistent form. In a even game the Numeros got on top and recorded a 34 point victory. Kyle Hutch was grand and Mack Raine had his best game since joining us. Kev and BJ saw plenty of the Sherrin. The Netballers shared the prize with Edi-Asp – you can read more about it in their notes On May 27 (the Langy game) the Netballers are having their annual Ladies Day fundraiser from 1.00pm to 5.00pm. Entry fee of $50 gives you lunch, a drinks package plus entertainment and prizes. This always sells out so book your tables/ tickets promptly. Contact or Steph Boulton. Our Day at the Dogs is now Sunday June 4 - see Tanya for details.



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

The toughest road trip in football awaits and the Sharks are hungry after a terrible day for all teams at Seaford. After a day to forget and the week off we head to Frankston looking forward to taking on the best. Good luck to all teams! Huge acknowledgement to our 3 inter-league representives DJ, Macca and Jacko. The boys did Bonbeach proud on Saturday. Well done boys. Our partnership with OTLR is going off and we welcome the growing list of proactive clubs leading the way throughout our bayside-peninsular region. Edithvale Aspendale FNC Pines FNC Mornington FNC Langwarrin FNC Mt Eliza JFC Pearcedale FNC Frankston Bombers FNC Tyabb FNC Chelsea Heights FC Seaford JFC Chelsea Soccer Club It’s never to late to become a proactive club. Visit Go Sharks!

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

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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

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




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 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

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 Rhys Pierce Tom Matthews Jeremy Bunawan Chris Matthews Duncan Proud Jackson Matthews Liam Bennett Aisea Valenti Jake Duscher Blake Simpson Jason Hinde Mason Russell

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Michael Boswell Zac Clements Michael Burke Jack Birthisel Nick Shaw Darcy Garten Jessie Ramirez Dalton Thomas- Staines Tim Bunawan Damon Green Lincoln Bond Aaron Lees Brett Burns Zak Gibson Matt Burnett Andru Plakorakis Chris Hocking Caine Pearce Jon Plakorakis Brendon Lord James Paxton Nick McNeilly Harvey Eames Nick Cordeux Darcy Hope Michael Cook Tom Phipps Travis Kellerman

Under 19’s

Club Notes After week off to refresh, take stock of where we are at and where we want to be last week we take on Pines today which will be a good challenge and indication of where we are at after their good start to the season. While most teams had the break last weekend our Women’s footy team travelled to Traralgon and recorded their first win by 9 goals - a great effort on the road and hopefully the first of many this year and into the future Two weeks ago was a good win for the Unders and wins for all netball sides but not a great one for the senior teams, particularly the Seniors falling short by only a few points Socially now is the time to lock in your tickets for the second annual Bulls Race Day at Mornington Racecourse on Queens Birthday Monday - last year was sold out so get hold of Frenchy ASAP for what promises to be another great day Big thanks for your support to our 2017 Major Partners - Frankston RSL, RAMS, BMK, Pizza Fellas Karingal, Mornington Race Club, Decking Out Melbourne, Thompson Lucas Commercial, Bluegum, Sports Injury Clinic, AHG Motor Group and CrownBet Watch this space for Major Raffle news - tickets out soon for your chance to win a brand new car from Wignall Ford, rumour is the odds are even better this year! All Bulls News via or Facebook, Instagram and Twitter New clubrooms moving well with the slab due to be complete in days! Karingal is the Community Club of Choice Bullseye #RedWhiteBOOM

Coach: Michael Triep 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13

Alex Occhipinti Zane Merdanovic Lachlan Hinde Jaxon Marriott Chris Mcinnes Steve Tapolczay Dylan Divincenzo Tom Baker Beau Merdanovic Oliver Murray Jack Bennell



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Zac Bartling Lachlan Saunders Damon Hookem Kyle McClenahan Callum Tweedle Jake Smyth Nathan McDonald Ryan Waddell Cody Stewart-Fry Tommy Corrigan Luke Farrelly

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Zac Holton Craig Robinson Ryan McDonald Mason Russell Brendan Lord Jonah Cassera Darcy Hope




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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes The week off had everyone refreshed and ready to go for the next blocks of games and achievable goals set by the coaches. Well done to 5 boys in the interleague final squad, great experience to be running around on the G and playing the states best. Before the bye we hosted Mornington in 3 spirited affairs. The seniors were convincing winners against a team that has troubled us in the past. Best players were Bozza, Farty’s young boy, Ashy and Chewy. Reserves in a top 5 clash came out firing kicking the first 5 goals of the game to win by that margin. Players to shine were youngsters Goldy, Rhys,Planey and evergreen Tassie. More players to return so training a must. Unders fought well against a good doggies outfit and improving every week.. better pythons were Bezzene,Nicholls, Pusch and Griff. Social events coming up.... Band night and match day Luncheon. See a committee member or flyers in rooms for details.. Good luck today in 3 tough games against the Bulls..

Seniors Coach: Paddy Swayn Reserves Coach: Glenn Cornell 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Dylan Smillie Michael Bezzene Luke Potts Harley Peace-Stirling Brad Kiely Tim Bongetti Jacob Boyle Corey Ash Luke Houldcroft Jake Berry D. Tedge Shane Waterstone Paul Scanlon Damien Plane Dave McLaren Jonathan Hughes Damien Lawrence Aaron Ludewig Daniel Falzon Daniel John Guy Hendry Jack Fisher Shaun White Reece Stewart Joel Brunn Aaron Edwards Lachlan Marshall Brenton Cowell Todd Lithgow Nick Boswell

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Ben Thomas Matt Kiely Beau Hendry Damon Moody Majok Puok Jordan Waite Jordan Frawley Jayden Goldsmith Byron Tovara Reece Cupid Jakob Beggs Matt Bailey Joel Parianos Liam Jackson Taylor Meyer Chris Bartzak Aaron Hay Jarrod Guganovic Jamie Kenyon Patrick Jackson Gordon Hendry Daniel Edwards Adam McPherson Lee Hearnden Morgan Santos Griffin Wittmer Chris Guganovic Adam Marriner

Under 19’s

Coach: Steven Jackson 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


Hale Jackson Michael Bezzene Grant Humphrey Ned Baker Connor Jackson Joshua Uncle Joshua Howe Dylan Williams Aaron Philps


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James Cornell Carrel Deang Kallum White Liam Cox Tom Williams Travis Broman Jordan Plane Robert Ngamata Morgan Santas

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Kadel Key Joel Nicholls Lindyn Vraca Insert Name Griffin Wittmer Benjiman Filippone Jake Pusch



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

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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

Club Notes

With the bye, and a week off behind us we offer a warm Langy welcome to Lloyd park to Chelsea. Again our U/19’s were superb and had a good win. Good players included B. Mate, J. Holloway, B. Smith, J. Allan, A. Collins, M. Peynenborg ( 4 goals another good effort Matty ) Our Reserves and Seniors both struggled to post a competitive score , despite matching it up against Mt. Eliza at times in general play. Today represents a real chance for us to turn our season around in the seniors and if we can go some way to converting our onfield intensity and effort into a competitive score on the board it can be hoped that we can come away with 3 wins. Social Notes : Our Grand Final Breakfast tickets are now on sale. : $5000 draw Keep an eye on the Facebook page for further details Sponsor Of The Week : Safety Steel Structures You Can win a Car !!!! - grab yourself a raffle ticket Go Langy !!!

Under 19’s

Coach: Chris Stanley

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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


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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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

After a very long pre season and a solid start it was good to have the weekend off. Round 5 was a good day for the the Footy Club with both the Senior sides posting good wins. The Unders had a tuff day again playing short and the break couldn’t come quick enough for them. Positive signs though with more players being available from this week. Boy’s, get behind Mark Knowles and Stretch in the coming weeks and I’m sure there are more wins just around the corner. Stevies Two’s are playing well and no doubt they can be in the mix moving forward if everyone buy’s in and makes the commitment to get to training and do the hard yards. 2 wins from the last 3 starts and winable games coming up. Carn’t stress enough this week Lad’s that the Seniors v’s Lang’y this week could be a defining moment for the Club as we try to win 3 in a row for the first time since 2011. Away from the Club and also being involved directly with Brett i am amazed at the amount of effort and time he is devoting to the cause. Our new players and support staff are all making good contributions and no doubt the signs are there that if we turn up we can win any game. Also want to thank the Junior mums and dads that are fronting up to the games. Great to see Jack and Curtis coaching the kids last week. Also big thanks to our Sponsors O’Brien Real Estate, Freddie , Graeme Powell Mazda and Mentone Pre-mix for all your support. Let’s all get down to Lang’y this Saturday.. 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

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Ben Graham Jordan Marshall Curtis Bywater Mason Bailey Stuart Brooke Matthew Ponton Jack Gaze Josh Whelan Daniel Bourke Chris Charity Mark Denness Ross Aitcheson Jordan Atwell Matthew Madafferi Steven Voss Kane Martello Matt Mitchell Sterling Tatu Luke Pickett Tait Bresac Charles Ryan-Orchard Daniel Monforte Brett Brisbane Brodie Leitch Chris Hatzis Luke Lukavjky Benjamin Stokell

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 Atwell



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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 Ashley Dickison Corey Edmunds Lexian Xiberras Ashley Davis Ben Graham



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

Seniors & Reserves 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

Club Notes

Today we welcome the Seaford FNC to the kennel on this important weekend, where we commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the 15 Young Mornington Footballers who lost their lives in a boating disaster returning from a match against Mordialloc Football Club on the 21st May 1892. Today we will wear black armbands and will have minute silence before the Senior game. On Sunday we ask that all our club members to head down to the memorial at the end of Main Street at 2pm for a ceremony put on by the Mornington Historical Society. Also today is our “Red” Day with half the gate proceeds going to the Red Shield Appeal, so please give generously to the Salvo’s who do a great job in our community. Now to football and there was not much to celebrate last round other than the 19’s who had a solid win. We won’t say much as a lot has already been said over the past week, we move on & come out today with a positive attitude to take on a good side like Seaford. Congratulations to “ The Millers”, Joel & Warwick, who represented the MPNFL on Saturday at the MCG in interleague against Geelong FL. They both played well with Joel kicking a goal. Inaccurate kicking for goal hurt the MPNFL, particularly in the first half when it missed 10 of its first 13 shots, but the GFL’s class shone through as it prevailed 16.9 (105) to 11.17 (83). Good Luck today & Go Doggies Woof Woof Social Dates coming up & too put in your diary 3rd June - Trivia Night 8th July - Ladies Day 22nd July - Comedy Night

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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Firstly commiserations to the MPNFL & Coach Hynsey from the weekend. It was pleasing to see the league give it the attention it deserved though but now I hope to see they pay the same amount respect to our talented Netball players on the Peninsula. Back to Rd5 & what a very satisfying result we had v Sharks. The first time of the year we got 7 from 7! A very satisfied Prez. To top it off we got to unveil the #Rettes VWFL Flag on the Sunday (7th May) in front of a bigger crowd than the Mens game on Saturday. It’s been a mighty effort from the #Rettes Prez and her cronies. Heading into today’s matches and the break couldn’t have come quick enough for our Senior side. 3 different runners in 5 weeks! Coach Murph has been ruthless on them but hopefully the weeks rest give them all enough time to get fit again. Hope today has been a success for Mornington FNC on the 125th Anniversary Luncheon of the “Fifteen Young Men” story. Such a Tragic Event masterfully written by our very own, Paul Kennedy. Ps. Great Banter from our Netball Notes writer! Always a quality read. Any of the boys that want to step up & compete with their humour please let me know. Go Tiges! D5

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 © 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 58 60 63

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

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


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Ben Barlow Travis Burnham Lochlan Edwards Marcus Henderson Jake O’Dempsey Brandon Lewis Ishak Bashir Riley Maggio Mitchell Anderson

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Oscar Aust (DVC) Bailey Schmidt Cody Horrigan Caleb Lewis Isaac Nippard Brodie McLean Ayden Woodward




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

Welcome to the Edi-Asp FNC today for what shapes up as 3 good contests. We also welcome our guests to the Pizza & Pinot Day – We hope you enjoy the afternoon. Congrats to Sam Gill & Brett O’Hanlon who represented the MPNFL at the MCG last Saturday. A fortnight ago we took on Langwarrin away. The U/19’s got off to a slow start, trailing by 3 goals at 1/4 time. We could bridge the 3 or 4 goal break fir the remainder of the game, although we kicked the first couple of the last to give us a sniff, but they kicked the last 3 to win by 33 points. Better players were Cal, Ben McKenzie, Housey, Zane, Hawk & Ben Farish. Need to bounce back today fellas! The Reserves dominated early and led 5.4 to nil at 1/4 time, however the goals dried up for both sides after 1/4 time, with the Redlegs kicking 4 goals to 1 to win with 19 scoring shots to 3. Stricko (Nick) booted 3 and better players were Michael (2) & Chris Cleary, Goodall, Harry, Ricey & Matty Paz. The Club wishes another Cleary (Anthony) all the best in his recovery after seriously injuring his knee v Chelsea. Congrats to Damien & Meagan Kent on the recent arrival of their 3rd child Emerson Rose. The Seniors started well with a 4.2 to 0.3 opening term, but an inaccurate 2nd saw us kick 1.6 but we kept the opposition to just 0.2 They kicked 3 goals to 1 in the 3rd before a strong 5 goal to 1 last qtr saw us home by 45 points. Jimmy Freeman, in a welcome return booted 4 to be amongst the best, along with Nath Ryan, Jay, Harps, Shane Tennant & Jimmy Anwyl. Congrats to Jimmy Anwyl on his 100th Game today. Sponsor of the Week: Signarama Frankston –1300 768 474 – Thanks to David for his ongoing support. Social: Club 22 Luncheon Fri Jun 9th - Venue to be advised shortly. For all Club updates check out our Facebook Page or Twitter @mtelizafc Redleg.


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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Our club notes are bought to you this week by the leading electrical retailer in the southern suburbs. Shop @ HARVEY NORMAN ELECTRICAL FRANCHISE DANDENONG or check out the latest deals @ http:// A week off and the teams have had a good break after a tough week at the monkey’s cage against YCW. Big games this week against Mt.Eliza and 3 wins are expected. Our senior women’s team did play and won a close game and are still undefeated after 2 games. Best players included E. Meade, B. Hanrahan, S. Pursell, P. Davey, N. Deacon, E. O’’Connor. The development women’s team and our netballers are also back on this week after a good rest. Good luck to all teams this weekend. *** 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. ***UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS *** Ladies Luncheon - 27th May - Regents park

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

Club Luncheon - 3rd June - Regents Park Special guest - Gary Buckenara (ex- Hawthorn Afl) Ladies lingerie night - 23rd June - Regents Park

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Coach: Omar Ak

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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 Hersey-Kilner Zac Barrett




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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 17.17.119 vs Chelsea 10.5.65 Edi Asp 12.9.81 vs Pines 18.16.124 Langwarrin 8.8.56 vs Seaford 17.13.115 Sunday 23rd April Karingal 10.7.67 vs F’ston YCW 17.8.110 Tuesday 25th April Mt Eliza 15.20.110 vs Mornington 8.2.50

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 4 - Saturday 29th April Bonbeach 12.11.83 vs Langwarrin 8.8.56 Chelsea 10.10.70 vs Mt Eliza 9.10.64 F’ston YCW 9.15.69 vs Pines 6.6.42 Mornington 14.13.97 vs Edi Asp 17.12.114 Seaford 17.21.123 vs Karingal 9.10.64


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

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

Karingal vs Seaford If you’re going to have a few drinks, Round 5 - Umpire Round plan ahead and arrange a ride Saturday 6th May Round 11 - Saturday 1st July with a designated It’s driver – someone Chelsea 7.14.56 vs Karingal 8.5.53 ok not to be Ok who’s Edi Asp 12.5.77 vs F’ston YCW 16.15.111 not drinkingEdi vs Mtresponsibly Eliza Round 18 - Saturday 19th August orAsp who’s Langwarrin 4.10.34 vs Mt Eliza 11.13.79 Frankston YCW vs Mornington Bonbeach vs Seaford sticking to light. Pines 13.14.92 vs Mornington 1.5.11 Karingal vs Chelsea Edi Asp vs Mornington Seaford 12.14.86 vs Bonbeach 3.10.28 Pines vs Bonbeach Frankston YCW vs Chelsea Good Seaford sportsvsdon’t let their Langwarrin Mt Eliza vs Langwarrin AFL Victoria Championships Pines vs Karingal mates drink and drive. Saturday 13th May Round 12 - Pink Round Geelong FNL 16.9.105 v MPNFL 11.17.83 Saturday 8th July FINALS Bonbeach vs Edi Asp Sunday 27th August - EF & QF A RoadSafe Victoria initiative supported by VicRoads and VCFL Round 6 - Saturday 20th May Chelsea vs Seaford Sunday 3rd September - 1st & 2nd SF Frankston YCW vs Bonbeach Langwarrin vs Pines Karingal vs Pines Mornington vs Karingal Sunday 10th September - PF Langwarrin vs Chelsea Mt Eliza vs Frankston YCW Sunday 17th September - GF Mornington vs Seaford Mt Eliza v Edi Asp

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





We Have Skills…Allegedly… Skills – something a lot of people claim to have but are clearly mistaken. Different between normal people and umpires – there is at least a remote possibility that a normal person has a skill. Umpires have absolutely no chance. Yes, please note that we are not including umpires in the realm of normal people. Well at least that’s what we all thought. But delve a little deeper and you’ll realise that field umpires at least have one skill. Just one, but at least it’s one. Ask an umpire to bounce next time you decide to be charitable and chin wag with one. Even if it going 15 metres to their left and only one foot off the ground it still classifies as a bounce and therefore…the umpire has a skill. The Bounce was introduced to league football all the way back in 1887. Initially just to start each quarter it only took 4 short years for field umpires to be smacking the ball into the turf at every opportunity. And with a much poorer quality of grounds at the time they’d make specialists in today’s game. An absolute bucket load of things then happened in the following 122 years; Coca-Cola produced its first bottle, the first modern Olympic Games in Athens, the Commonwealth of Australia was created (long overdue), Mr Booth invented the vacuum cleaner resulting in more reports of missing marbles than ever before, Crayola introduced crayons (at the cost of white walls all the world over), Hitler suffered little man syndrome, a couple of guys took a quick holiday to the moon, the Wiggles succeeded in their attempt for World rule and a few other things occurred that are too deep for article. But all the while field umpires continued to totter over to a pack, kindly request access to the football and slam the footy into the deck hoping for just enough height to clear the hands of the 145cm ruckman who were enjoying a quiet chinwag while the poor umpire was looking down.

122 years is a damn long time for the system to stay the same (unfortunately football reverted back to its original setup in 2013 and umpires only had 4 opportunities a game to show off their real skill). These days a rule struggles to last 12 months before someone finds an issue. Of course there’s been some changes in technique. Think back to the 1920s and 30s when the silly bugger would swing the ball single-handedly into the turf reminiscent of a Shaun Tait fire bolt. Later on they even squatted and punched the ball into the ground. Naturally it didn’t work at all. Must’ve been wearing iron fists too. One day the bounce may be no more. And then we’ll evoke memories of the days when an umpire would break their own nose or send our oddly shaped ball into oblivion hoping not to send it through the goals and bounce the winning score. But most of all, we’ll remember the times when there was a lighter side to umpiring and the thing that allowed us our genuine 10 seconds of fame. Long live the bounce… 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 Frankston YCW V Bonbeach YCW are 7th on the ladder and take on the 8th placed Sharks at Jubilee Park in what will be an evenly matched game. Bonbeach have one win on the board and will be looking to gain a second today when they travel to Frankston. Karingal V Pines Karingal welcome the Pythons to the Bullpit and are currently undefeated whilst Pines are yet to notch up a win. The Pythons are to be commended for fielding their A grade side during their re-build and they have a tough task today against the Bulls. Langwarrin V Chelsea The Roos are sitting in 5th place on the ladder and get a rest for a second week in a row whist their B, C & D grade girls welcome the Seagals to Lloyd Park Mornington V Seaford Mornington are 3rd on the ladder and take on 4th placed Seaford at home. Mornington have done what no other team have done this season and knocked off the Eagles while Seaford have had some great results on the board. This game will certainly be a nail biter.


Netball Notes Edithvale - Aspendale Eagles

The Legends Round 6 v Mt Eliza. This week we take on one of our toughest rivals, Mt Eliza and will need to be at our top to do our Club legends proud. Thanks to Kevin, Kenny, Gavin, Gasha,Terry, Steve, Peter, Billy and Larry. If you do want to know about the history of our great club, get down to the rooms on Friday afternoon and join in, all are welcome. The morale and financial support of our legends is what can I say ‘legendary’. Last week in wet and windy conditions on we took on Frankston YCW and whilst both clubs had players missing, the quality of netball was outstanding. We finished up with two a piece, with Edi coming out on top in A in a hard fought battle, with Nicole Taylor outstanding in defence, Our B Grade girls in a tight game went down despite storming home from 10 down to lose by 1, Great game Zoe. In C grade, YC were simply too good on the day with Julia having a great game. The development team was great to watch in the best of the conditions and earned a well deserved win with Aysha strong the entire game. As a club we still have some work to do. Thanks to our scorers Gail and Louise who got to sit in the wind and rain during our games, we could not do it without you. Today we make the trip to Mt Eliza and if you wish to watch some high quality competitive games between 2 great clubs get down and support our girls. Good luck to all Eagles playing this weekend. Soar Eagles!

Frankston YCW StoneKittens Sticking with traditions, last round we came up against Edi Asp on another wet and miserable day. The A grade girls got off to a good start against the reigning premiers, however with a few players down this week, Edi proved to be too strong and ran away with the game in the end. Well done to our girls for continuing to fight until the end in very trying conditions. The B grade girls had a thrilling win and now sitting on the top of the ladder. The first 3/4s were everything we could have asked for with a hunger for the ball and a strong defensive game. The foot came off the accelerator in the final quarter and we took time to adjust to the weather and the changes made by Edi. Best on goes to Ash with fantastic shooting accuracy, brilliant driving and amazing defensive arms. The C grade girls had an amazing win with pressure applied over the ball relentless for 4 quarters. The reset and our patience feeding the ball in paid off and our mid court worked their butts off creating plenty of turnovers. BOC goes to Jamie for a super effort running a full game in centre and smashing it. D grade game had an amazing second half, however we were unable to make up the ground that was lost in the first half. We adjusted for the wind a little too much with the shooting and the accuracy wasn’t as high as previous weeks but our defensive pressure all the way down the court to cause turnover after turnover was a real positive for the game. BOC goes to Abbey for ripping it apart in centre.

Chelsea Seagulls Round 5 saw a very close D grade game against Karingal. We didn’t come away with the win but the girls fought hard to the end. The game has given us plenty to work on at training in the next couple of weeks and hopefully after the AFL Vic Championships we can come away with our first win. To Georgia and Awa - excellent job on your amazing defensive pressure and rebounds in the ring. Good work girls! The C Grade girls impressed, winning two of the four quarters against Karingal. Unfortunately our third quarter was disappointing, Karingal extended their lead and the girls were left with a hard task in the fourth. Hannah was welcomed in and starred through the centre, earning her a best on performance. B grade got off to a slow start in the first quarter giving Karingal an early lead. Too many unforced errors and failure to capitalise on turnovers made it too difficult to fight back. We have a lot of things to work on if we want to keep pushing the top sides. Kattie put up a fight in defence taking intercepts and creating turnovers earning her the Side Street best on voucher! Well done Karingal - we look forward to improving and matching up again later in the season.


Netball Notes Langwarrin Kangaroos We welcomed Mt Eliza to Roo land this week, knowing it would be a tough and challenging encounter. Our D grade girls kept their winning streak alive with a convincing 6 goal win. Jess K scored herself best on court honours for the second week in a row, putting out a stellar performance on court and helping her team take 2nd position on the ladder. Next up, C grade battled it out. It was a brutal game, that was ours for the taking. We made Mt Eliza earn every goal with tough one on one defence, but unfortunately we were unable to come away with the win, going down by a measly 2 goals. B grade took the court as rain clouds were getting darker. The combination of Johno and Madi through the middle proved problematic for Mt Eliza, but it wasn’t enough to secure the win. We went down by 12 goals but many positives were taken from the game. A grade was lucky enough to start as the weather finally changed and the rain began to fall. Slippery and wet courts didn’t slow down our girls, as they adjusted well to the changing conditions. Our attack end worked tirelessly to feed our goalers with precision, earning Zoe BOC for her tenacious efforts. We came away with a 9 goal win, making it 2 wins and 2 losses for the day. These results are proving that all our hard work and dedication is paying off and makes for very exciting weeks to come. After the rest, we will look forward to taking on Chelsea at home in what will be another competitive encounter. Go Roos!!

Mornington Bulldogs

Hope all the Mum’s had a lovely Mother’s day last weekend. 2 weeks ago we travelled to Pines and came home with 4 solid wins. D Grade started the day with a great team effort with a 46-18 win. Our defenders had lots of turnovers resulting in lots of opportunity for our goalers. C Grade again was a solid team effort winning 59-14. We have quite a few young girls in our sides, and for some it’s their first year against bigger harder hitting bodies and that can be a little off putting. But the girls are certainly rising to the challenge and are improving each week. B Grade had their 1st win of the season with a 48-34 win. They had several errors early allowing Pines to get the jump on them but settled down & started to play good netball. Great game by Laura Noonan, hard to stop through the defensive end and dictating play out of defence, showing her leasdership and patience. A Grade side started slowly against Pines but by half time exerted their dominance winning 51-30. Sarah Pike was a welcome inclusion to the team in goals while at the other end Jess Gordon really stepped up her defensive pressure. Carli Rickman and Sophie Baker stepped up to play their first stint in A grade for the season and fitted in superbly well. Britt Archdeacon was dominant in goals with a best on performance. Back home today against Seaford and looking for another great day of Netball. Go Doggies WOOF WOOF

Mt Eliza Red Legs

ROUND 5 saw us travel to wind, wet & slippery Langwarrin. It’s always a tough match against the roos, but the battle against the pouring rain & slippery courts made things a whole lot more interesting. D GRADE got off to a slow start & were not used to the physicality that Langy brought to the game. The pressure applied was too much for our girls to handle resulting in many turnovers. Although they had a good last quarter the Roos took the win 27-21. Brianna & Krystal showed excellent versatility switching between goals & defence. C GRADE had a great game with some fantastic passages of play, this week was a good lesson in the value of sticking to the game plan in order to achieve success. After a few sloppy passages the girls pulled themselves together well to walk away with the win 40-38. Karen Russo shot well as did Tayla. B GRADE had a tough battle on their hands against a very physical Langy side. Although majority of the game was quite close the girls really put their foot down in the last quarter to win by 12 goals (30-42). Di had a great game in defence & we saw Kate M help out this week also, putting on an impressive performance. Another win under the belt has given B grade some good confidence going into the next 2 games. A GRADE went into the match under manned but put on a good performance. With many girls playing their second game for the day they got within 2 goals I at 3/4 time but just didn’t had the legs going down 31-40. After the break we take on Edi-Asp!!!


Netball Notes Karingal Bullettes

Seaford Tigers

The playing group is refreshed after a weekend off with the bye. Our last game we traveled down to Dingley to play Chelsea in very cold wet and windy conditions…. not ideal. B managed to get a good start to the game which put us in a great position for the rest of the game. We used many different combinations throughout the day and they all proved to be successful. Michelle proved to be a stand out in the defensive ring picking off many intercepts and rebounds. Emily proved once again to be a force in our attacking circle with just to much class and knowledge. Best on for the day was Bridget who took complete control of our mid court and is just so composed under pressure. We managed to bridge a gap of around 5 goals per quarter and I do believe this would have been higher in better weather conditions. Overall a great job done by all involved and we won by around 20 goals. A great game in horrible conditions. C had a tight game winning by 4 goals. Great effort by Mel, Elise and Sara in defense they were all unbeatable! With our little pocket rocket Tay in C and Julia getting pushed around all game you both showed extreme sportsmanship by keeping it together for the team. D Grade did a great job missing both our captain and vice Captain Kelly stepped up and led the team.Our whole defense end kept the Chelsea goalers at bay which allowed our center court to bring the ball down and feed our goalers well. Great job to Nic and Briony for landing goals in the wind! #GOBULLS

Bonbeach Sharks *to be read to the tune of Bust a Move* This here’s a jam for all Bonny players, Tryin’ do what Coach Manders tell us. Winning the game coz we’re strong and zealous Tans on point, YC get jealous Let’s go sharkeys, jubilee parkey, Dresses tightly clad and showin’ bloomer, Emma D walks past ‘n’ YC wish they could be her, But they’re sittin’ on the bench like they were Poindexter Bonbeach function, fish ‘n’ chip munchin’ Kirsty tried to dance, and her knee malfunctioned. Music comes on and the boys won’t dance, But then some footy team wins and Soley split his pants! Zoe’s table walkin’, James starts gawking, Joey’s at the bar and to Alison he starts talkin’. Lowey wants to dance cause he likes to groove, So come on Shark Park ‘n’ bust a move!

Round 5 - Tiges v Sharks Four from four here us roar! Or should I say 7 from 7! GO TIGES! The girls certainly were up and about this week with strong performances across the board. Notable mention to the C girls with a 26 point victory, B grade who got their first win for the year and Hosko for her debut netball match as a tiger. Votes this week: 3 - Rach: for questioning who lost when told we got 7 club wins from 7. 2- Chels and Sarah for having more arse than class. (However I tip my hat for going in hard and hitting the decks more than netballer ever in the history of netball) 1 - Tayla - for leaving the record notes until 9.25 every Tuesday morning..

Pines Pythonettes Last week saw us take on Mornington, using Monterey Secondary College for hopefully the last time. D Grade, saw a huge improvement from the previous weeks and although they didn’t come away with the win, they came off the court extremely happy with their performance. Skills that they have been working hard on at training were starting to show and movement around the court was much more seamless. Shakaia dominating in the C position earned herself Best on Court for the week. C Grade struggled with many players out this round and special thanks to some girls for filling in for a second game. Hopefully with a full team back this week we can see some improvement! Ashlee running all day in C and having a brilliant game earnt her a second Best on Court for the season. B Grade have injected some new players into the side and are beginning to combine as a team and show some extremely promising signs. Newcomer Ayla showing the girls how its done down in defence with her long arms and loud talk all game. Such a welcomed addition to the team! A Grade had an extremely physical game with quite a few bumps and bruises after the game. First half saw an extremely close match, however. Mornington was able to run away with it in the second half. One shining light was Brierley in goals who didn’t seem to miss a goal from anywhere! This week will see an extremely tough round against Karingal. We hope to step up our game and hopefully cause some upsets! Go Snakes!

Good luck this week girls as the Sharks take on the Kittens at Jubilee Park #finsup Battsy and Eddo out.


Results Football


SENIORS Chelsea Pines Langwarrin Seaford Edi-Asp

a grade

7.14.56 def 8.5.53 Karingal 13.14.92 def 1.5.11 Mornington 4.10.34 def by 11.13.79 Mt Eliza 12.14.86 def 3.10.28 Bonbeach 12.5.77 def by 16.15.111 F’ston YCW

9.11.65 def 5.9.39 Karingal 7.10.52 def 4.4.28 Mornington 1.2.8 def by 9.10.64 Mt Eliza 3.12.30 def 2.5.17 Bonbeach 4.6.30 def by 8.7.55 F’ston YCW


Chelsea 1.6.12 def by 20.14.134 Karingal Pines 5.3.33 def by 14.16.100 Mornington Langwarrin 12.4.76 def 6.7.43 Mt Eliza Seaford 24.17.161 def 1.6.12 Bonbeach Edi-Asp 3.2.20 def by 13.13.91 F’ston YCW

For full results


F’ston YCW Mt Eliza Mornington Bonbeach Karingal

b grade

RESERVES Chelsea Pines Langwarrin Seaford Edi-Asp

Edi-Asp 45 def 24 Langwarrin 40 def 31 Pines 30 def by 51 Seaford 47 def 33 Chelsea v

Chelsea Edi-Asp Langwarrin Pines Seaford

24 def by 45 39 def by 40 30 def by 42 34 def by 48 46 def 41

Chelsea Edi-Asp Langwarrin Pines Seaford

23 def by 27 16 def by 41 38 def by 40 14 def by 59 52 def 28

Chelsea Edi-Asp Langwarrin Pines Seaford

18 def by 26 36 def 24 27 def 21 18 def by 46 32 def 22

Karingal F’ston YCW Mt Eliza Mornington Bonbeach

c grade Karingal F’ston YCW Mt Eliza Mornington Bonbeach

D grade

Karingal F’ston YCW Mt Eliza Mornington Bonbeach

Footy Stats “HOT SHOT” Leading Goal kicker

Club Championships Football Club


Snrs Res U19 Total

Player Tim Bongetti Aaron Edwards Matthew McCormack William Flavelle Trent Dennis-Lane Justin Van Unen Peter McGettigan Jackson Mockett Joshua Butland Anthony Bruhn

F’ston YCW 15 6 5 26 Seaford 12 8 3 23 Mt Eliza 9 10 3 22 Pines 12 6 0 18 Edi-Asp 6 6 3 15 Bonbeach 9 4 1 14 Chelsea 6 4 1 11 Mornington 3 4 2 9 Karingal 3 0 3 6 Langwarrin 0 2 4 6

Club Pines Pines Seaford Edi-Asp Bonbeach Mt Eliza Mornington Seaford F’ston YCW F’ston YCW

G T 4 17 3 14 2 14 1 13 1 13 1 13 1 13 2 12 4 12 1 11

reserves netball Team


Karingal 15 8 4 0 27 Edi-Asp 12 8 4 0 24 Mt Eliza 9 8 5 0 22 F’ston YCW 3 10 4 0 17 Langwarrin 9 4 3 0 16 Mornington 9 2 1 0 12 Seaford 9 2 1 0 12 Bonbeach 6 2 2 0 10 Pines 0 4 0 0 4 Chelsea 0 2 1 0 3

Player Matthew Baxter Tyler Sigley Samuel Duffield Alex Trowell Jake Berry Joseph Hallal Matthew Hill Darcy Warke Max Byrnes Thomas Lonie

Club Chelsea F’ston YCW Seaford Bonbeach Pines Seaford Mt Eliza Edi-Asp Edi-Asp Seaford

G T 3 11 0 10 0 7 0 7 1 7 0 7 0 6 1 6 0 5 0 5

under 19

combined Club


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

5 3 5 1 5 4 0 23 3 5 3 3 4 5 0 23 2 3 3 4 4 4 0 20 1 0 3 5 4 4 0 17 4 4 3 3 1 1 0 16 0 1 4 3 2 3 0 13 3 2 1 2 1 2 0 11 1 2 2 3 1 1 0 10 4 3 0 0 2 0 0 9 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 7








Player Lachlan Street Matthew Peynenborg Zack O’Neill Ishak Bashir Nathan Allen Max Watters Harrison Cameron Harrison Scott Shannon Read Zane Hill

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

G T 4 21 4 17 2 15 4 12 0 10 2 10 0 10 0 8 0 8 0 7


Ladders Football





% Pts

F’ston YCW 5 5 0 0 461 305 151.15 20 Seaford 5 4 1 0 508 272 186.76 16 Pines 5 4 1 0 425 232 183.19 16 Mt Eliza 5 3 2 0 371 280 132.50 12 Bonbeach 5 3 2 0 352 324 108.64 12 Edi-Asp 5 2 3 0 410 440 93.18 8 Chelsea 5 2 3 0 278 458 60.70 8 Karingal 5 1 4 0 313 431 72.62 4 Mornington 5 1 4 0 330 486 67.90 4 Langwarrin 5 0 5 0 210 430 48.84 0


P W D L F A Pts

reserves Team



% Pts

Mt Eliza 5 5 0 0 365 136 268.38 20 Seaford 5 4 1 0 320 165 193.94 16 Edi-Asp 5 3 2 0 257 205 125.37 12 Pines 5 3 2 0 244 231 105.63 12 F’ston YCW 5 3 2 0 233 254 91.73 12 Mornington 5 2 3 0 203 224 90.62 8 Bonbeach 5 2 3 0 199 234 85.04 8 Chelsea 5 2 3 0 289 356 81.18 8 Langwarrin 5 1 4 0 258 315 81.90 4 Karingal 5 0 5 0 132 380 34.74 0


P W D L F A Pts


F’ston YCW 5 5 0 0 228 164 20 139.02 Edi-Asp 5 4 0 1 228 107 16 213.08 Karingal 5 4 0 1 258 157 16 164.33 Mt Eliza 5 4 0 1 203 162 16 125.31 Langwarrin 5 2 0 3 176 179 8 98.32 Pines 5 2 0 3 149 209 8 71.29 Mornington 5 1 0 4 164 206 4 79.61 Bonbeach 5 1 0 4 162 217 4 74.65 Chelsea 5 1 0 4 136 208 4 65.38 Seaford 5 1 0 4 160 255 4 62.75

under 19 Team


Karingal 4 4 0 0 223 110 16 202.73 Edi-Asp 4 3 0 1 177 107 12 165.42 Mornington 5 3 0 2 203 187 12 108.56 Seaford 4 3 0 1 161 151 12 106.62 Langwarrin 5 3 0 2 193 203 12 95.07 Mt Eliza 5 2 1 2 151 154 8 98.05 F’ston YCW 5 1 0 4 156 209 4 74.64 Bonbeach 4 1 0 3 127 175 4 72.57 Pines 5 0 0 5 156 251 0 62.15



% Pts

F’ston YCW 5 5 0 0 467 94 496.81 20 Langwarrin 5 4 1 0 544 192 283.33 16 Edi-Asp 5 3 2 0 432 193 223.83 12 Mt Eliza 5 3 2 0 375 237 158.23 12 Seaford 5 3 2 0 407 284 143.31 12 Karingal 5 3 2 0 295 224 131.70 12 Mornington 5 2 3 0 267 316 84.49 8 Bonbeach 5 1 4 0 145 554 26.17 4 Chelsea 5 1 4 0 124 534 23.22 4 Pines 5 0 5 0 147 575 25.57 0


P W D L F A Pts


Mt Eliza 5 5 0 0 196 148 20 132.43 F’ston YCW 5 4 0 1 204 117 16 174.36 Edi-Asp 5 4 0 1 172 111 16 154.96 Karingal 5 4 0 1 188 154 16 122.08 Langwarrin 5 3 0 2 240 175 12 137.14 Bonbeach 5 2 0 3 160 223 8 71.75 Mornington 5 1 0 4 158 160 4 98.75 Seaford 5 1 0 4 170 194 4 87.63 Chelsea 5 1 0 4 137 176 4 77.84 Pines 5 0 0 5 98 265 0 36.98


P W D L F A Pts


Edi-Asp 5 5 0 0 216 63 20 342.86 Langwarrin 5 4 0 1 187 66 16 283.33 Mt Eliza 5 4 0 1 161 108 16 149.07 F’ston YCW 5 3 0 2 147 108 12 136.11 Karingal 5 3 0 2 135 113 12 119.47 Mornington 5 2 0 3 131 124 8 105.65 Seaford 5 2 0 3 101 166 8 60.84 Bonbeach 5 2 0 3 93 184 8 50.54 Chelsea 5 0 0 5 104 172 0 60.47 Pines 5 0 0 5 41 212 0 19.34



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