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l y 20 u J t ay 1s d r u t a S ~ Round 11

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Welcome to Round 11 of the 2017 home and away season for both Peninsula FNL and Nepean FNL.

1st July 2017 – It’s okay not to be okay Round 8th July 2017 - Pink Round 29th July 2017 – Multicultural Round Best of luck to all sides for this weekend.

Suicide on the Mornington Peninsula is unfortunately all too common. We are trying to do everything we can to raise awareness and help break the stigma attached to mental health issues. Round 11 across the MPNFL is official ‘It’s okay, not to be okay’ round. Blue is the official colour of the round with all clubs encouraged to deck themselves out in these colours. Frankston Bombers will be playing the Somerville Eagles on this day. The team that wins this match will be presented with the “Bennez Cup” by Paul Hocking who tragically lost his 22-year-old son Ben Hocking to suicide in 2016 (a former Somerville Eagles player). All money raised across the games will be donated to Lifeline. On a lighter note, the annual ‘Women in Sport’ luncheon is on once again Friday 21st July. This year’s special guests are Susan Alberti AC, Sports Journalist Caroline Wilson and AFL W Coach of Collingwood FC Wayne Siekman. MC’d by leading sports broadcaster Tiffany Cherry this will be an event not to miss. For ticket please see your club or head to:

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



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Dandenong Southern Stingrays “JETS NO MATCH FOR POISONOUS STINGRAYS” The Dandenong Southern Stingrays endured swirling winds whilst hosting five new debutants to come home with a comfortable 76-point win over the Western Jets on Sunday, 16.16 (112) to 5.6 (36). The Stingrays were menacing in the second half by not allowing the Jets to get a sniff on the scoreboard, by only allowing one goal whilst adding 13 majors of their own. Dandenong benefitted from a wide spread of goalkickers, with Tom Freeman 3 goals, Dylan Morris, Toby Bedford, Corey Ellison and Fin Bayne all managing a pair of majors each, with five other Stingrays also slotting goals. Freeman and Bedford were the pick of the forwards, with both applying significant pressure across the halfforwards to force the Western defence into making errors. Riley Darcy also had a great day out, playing as the primary lead-up key forward and clearly relishing the opportunity. Through the middle, Bailey Morrish and Mitch Cotter had a day out, with brilliant support from the likes of first gamer Jack McHale, Mitch Riordan and the hard working Ali Zijai. Down back, however, was where the Stingrays really shone. Jesse Davies gave his best performance of the year across the back flanks, while stand in Captain Lachlan Young move into defence continued to be one of the masterstrokes of the year. And after a best-on-ground performance last week, Bailey Morrish would have undoubtedly put his hand up for back-to-back honours with another gritty performance from the centre. Stand-in coach Nick Cox (who once again this week took the reigns to further develop his coaching skills) was pleased with the final result. “In tricky conditions, like today with the wind blowing making it hard to score, it was always going to be a challenge. “The Jets came at us, particularly in the second quarter. And so it was good to see how they responded – our second half, I thought, was fantastic. “We outscored them and we outworked them.” “I was very pleased to see our all 17 year olds have an impact- especially in Bedford and Bayne who we challenged to use their pace.”

After the half time siren the Jets were made to look second-rate as the Stingrays swarmed the footy and benefitted from cleaner disposal and better decisionmaking. Debutant Alex Young won’t forget the first term for a while, booting his first TAC Cup goal quickly followed by Fin Bayne’s first- both could have added another in the first term but missed with near misses. To their credit, the Jets refused to give in. A majority of the second quarter was played on their terms, while a couple of the Stingrays could have been accused of taking their foot off the accelerator marginally. With the scores locked at 27 a piece at the main break Stingrays stand in Coach Nick Cox challenged many, whilst throwing the magnets around to manufacture a winning formula. After half-time, the Stingrays lifted their game up another gear, leaving the Jets in their wake. Western simply couldn’t keep up with the ferocious Rays, who gave their opponents no mercy. By the time the final siren rang, Dandenong had kicked away to a 76-point win kicking 7 unanswered goals in the third quarter and kicking 6 more in the last whilst only conceding one – which another timely reminder that the Stingrays are one of the genuine 2017 premiership threat. They will now enjoy a week off for a TAC Cup general bye, with an away game against the Calder Cannons on Saturday July 8th at Rams Arena, Craigeburn at 11.00am. “These next game is really important for us, we settle the changes a little and get 2-3 games into our 17 year olds,” Cox admitted. “We’ve been training hard since November 2016 for this situation, the boys have been doing their conditioning and extra work so when they got their chance they know that they’re going to understand their roles, whilst running out games really well.” Dandenong Stingrays 2.6-18 3.9.27 10.12-72 16.16-112 Western Jets 1.0-6 4.3-27 4.5-29 5.6-36 Goal Kickers: Tom Freeman 3, Fin Bayne 2, Toby Bedford 2, Corey Ellison 2, Dylan Morris 2, Riley Darcy, Bailey Morrish, Mitch Riordan, Jai Taylor, Alex Young. Best Players: Toby Bedford, Lachlan Young, Riley Bowman, Bailey Morrish, William Hamill and Finlay Bayne.

That was the theme for most of the day – the Rays burst out of the blocks early, but they couldn’t convert early shots on goal until they finally adjusted to the conditions and kicked away.



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Football Preview By Toe Punt Sorrento faces its biggest challenge of the 2017 Nepean Division season today when it comes up against the reigning premier Hastings. Now, the Blues might not be playing the kind of footy right now that saw them win four finals including the ultimate last season, however, we have seen they are capable this season. A number of weeks ago after the Blues had demolished Red Hill, coach Tony Blackford declared that the Blues were still the team to beat. However, Hastings was embarrassed the following week against Rosebud in what was probably its worst performance of the year. Right now, the Blues will go into this match as underdogs! That may seem like a strange thing to say given the Sharks didn’t even make finals last season, however, 10 games in a season can change that pretty quickly. Sorrento was devastating last week, so much so that the Bombers completely lost their way and were belted by almost 100 points. The Sharks have their swagger back. They have devastating players on every line.


We all hear the names Dawes, Tapscott, Treeby, Schwarze, but rarely do we hear James Hallahan talked about in the same vein. Halla’s form this season has been outstanding. And then there are the likes of Brigden, Harris, Burns and Gladman. We hear that good kids are always good in a strong team; however, I would argue that they would be in the starting 18 of any of the MPNFL Clubs across the peninsula. The point is that the Sharks don’t rely on ‘name’ players. Last week Tapscott had a quiet game and Dawes kicked only four goals, however, they still won by 90-odd points. Make no mistake; Hastings will need to produce their best today. The defence needs to be rock solid and disciplined. We saw Sorrento’s swagger last week against the Bombers and they lost the plot. Hastings needs to stay strong. The midfield battle will be pretty even with Josh Mulheron key in there and at the stoppages around the ground. It’s the hit and miss form of the Blues’ attack that provides the biggest worry for them. Can Clark, Clifford, Foster, McVeigh, Robb and co kick a winning score? Against one of the best defensive teams in the business, I doubt whether they can. Rosebud pressed Hastings and they couldn’t score!

Football Preview That being said, it’s hard to go past Sorrento. SOMERVILLE has a real opportunity to make a big statement against FRANKSTON BOMBERS today. In the context of the season, it is just so important that Somerville gets a scalp. Somerville has proven this season that it is good enough to go with the better teams for periods of time, however, can’t follow through for 100 minutes. The Eagles are getting better at it though, as their recent results have highlighted. Frankston was knocked about last week. After the Rosebud win, they knew they weren’t playing great footy but it was good enough to get the four points. The Bombers were shown up by a side last week which put them on their backside. They couldn’t restrain their frustration, simply lost the plot and became just another side in the competition. The Bombers should win. The Eagles need to win to show they are worthy of another finals berth. DROMANA will be looking for another scalp when it plays host to DEVON MEADOWS. This is a classic case of a young, quick, outside run side against a more hardened, experienced, bigger body team.



Football Preview On paper and on form it looks like the lay down is there for the Tigers to win on their own deck. The Meadows’ are a tough unit and they’ll look to intimidate and be very hard at the body. The big question we have for Dromana today is whether they can absorb that physicality, overcome it and get the game on their terms. If Dromana can get the match on their terms, which is a run and carry game, Devon won’t keep up for 100 minutes. RED HILL hosts RYE at home which should be a good game of footy. The Hillmen controlled its match last week for the whole four quarters but really only shook the Meadows in the final term, where depth of talent and class shone through. Today, the Hillmen are up against an emerging team that has a sprinkle of experience and will love to run on the open spaces of Red Hill. In the past, these are the types of games that Red Hill would unexpectedly drop. Considering Dromana and Somerville are playing significant roles in the season, as well as being underdogs in their matches, it’s a chance for the Hillmen to win a game they should and re-enter the top five. ROSEBUD bounced back as well as any good side should last week after losing a game it should have won the week before. Today it plays CRIB POINT, who also had a significant victory last week. The Magpies were always going to be a team that improved in the back end of the season, given a young list and a new coach. They’re an exciting team to watch when they are up and going the Pies. The challenge for them today against one of the best defensive teams in the comp is can they get the ball out of their own defence. When Rosebud gets the ball in their half of the ground, my word it’s hard to get out. It will be another good learning curve for the Magpies today. PEARCEDALE will be looking for its first win since Barry Hall stepped out to play at Easter. Its opponent TYABB will be eyeing this game as the one that they could potentially win. Again, the Yabbies will be competitive in this game but the Panthers at home should taste the sweetness of glory for the first time in three months.

Tipsters Shaun Connell AFL South East Manager Devon Meadows Sorrento Somerville Pearcedale Red Hill Rosebud Last Round - 4 Matt Crozier AFL South East Online Dromana Sorrento Frankston Pearcedale Red Hill Rosebud Last Round - 5 Gary Sanford Bendigo Bank Dromana Sorrento Frankston Pearcedale Rye Rosebud Last Round - 4 John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach Dromana Sorrento Frankston Pearcedale Red Hill Rosebud Last Round - 5

Haydn Parsons MPNFL Operations Dromana Sorrento Frankston Pearcedale Red Hill Rosebud Last Round - 3 Toe Punt RRP FM Devon Meadows Rosebud Pearcedale Red Hill Frankston Sorrento Last Round - 5

Peninsula Club Dromana Sorrento Frankston Tyabb Red Hill Rosebud Last Round - 5 Doug Dyall MPNFL Historian Dromana Sorrento Frankston Pearcedale Red Hill Rosebud Last Round - 4

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

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

Seniors & Reserves 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

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 William Guerts 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

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Sam Williamson Josh DeSouza Mitchell Cook Daniel Maestrale Nick Wearne Dean Waugh Jake Snehotta Ethan Johnstone Dane Leyden-Kozikas Liam Bradford Matthew Price Dylan Norton Heath Burriss Ryan Lee Jacob Houghton Daniel Grant Daniel Marchesani Ryan Bennett Paul McLean-Wilson Mitchell Heggen Nick Paterson Dale Parkins Braden Hyde Lee Waugh Justin Norton Jon Marshall Timothy Gilham

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



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


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Club Notes

We would like to take this opportunity to thank and welcome our sponsors to the round 11 clash against Devon Meadows and our President’s Luncheon and Heritage game.. Last Saturday saw all our football teams in the winner’s circle and three of the five Netball teams also came home winners. Dromana seniors retained the O’Rourke – Matthews Shield and celebrated the coach’s 200th senior game in fine style even though there were three changes to the team that has been sweeping all before them and another win today will make it 6 in a row. The recently completed AFL South East Competition Review was the subject of a recent meeting of 20 of the MPNFL clubs. There was unanimous agreement amongst the clubs that they did not wish to be in any competition involving the SEFNL as both the options had been tried before and failed Neither of the options presented by the Review Panel met our needs and that AFL South East needed to address the issues of struggling clubs directly. The view of the clubs has barely changed since this was raised twelve months ago. It would appear however that AFL South East do not want to listen to the wishes of a majority of the clubs under their management. Remember jumpers from todays game will be auctioned in rooms after game, if you wish you can submit a bid to the Club Secretary if you are unable to attend. Lastly make sure your putting your money away for a Major Raffle ticket which are on sale. The draw will be held on the 10th September. GO TIGERS!!!

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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Our 2 week all-inclusive tour of the Peninsula continues this week as we head down to Dromana, home of the famous Dromana Drive-In. Despite my bearing an uncanny resemblance to the star - Dwayne “The Rock” Johnston - I won’t be hanging around to catch the late session of the new Baywatch movie, but if anyone else is interested it starts at 10pm. Tough day at the office last week against Red Hill, some brain fades costing the seniors at the wrong times but we showed for most of the first half that we are certainly good enough when we put our head over the ball and work hard. We need 22 blokes working for each other before we get back to the form that we showed we are capable of in the first few rounds. Unfortunately the reserves also fell short after being well in the game for 3 and a half quarters. Boomer is putting together a great season and once again was named best on ground. Another challenge awaits today, lets take home some points and some pride. Big thanks to Jimmy Harmes, Melbourne Demon superstar for nominating us in the Toyota Good For Footy promotion. Thanks to Jim’s goal against the Eagles last weekend, Toyota has donated $500 to our club! Awesome effort! Upcoming Function - COMEDY NIGHT 29th July - Nelson Twins, CJ Fortuna and more! $30 single, $50 double. Great night in 2016, this year will be even better!! See you all back at home next week as we take on the old enemy PEARCEDALE! Go Meadows!

Seniors Coach: Glenn Michie Reserves Coach: John Percy 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 30 32 33 34 37 38

Dylan Mitchell Nathan Mcpherson Scott Young Andy Kiely Jess Dehey Curtis Barker Stefan Baumgartner Steve McInnes Tim Saunders Daniel Andrews Chris Lehmann Phillip Raso Joel Hillis Matthew Italiano Jesse Bowe Patrick Harmes Allan Murray Angelo Raso Thomas Hayes Bryce Arnott Patrick Boland Tex Kennedy Daniel Tocknell Jordan Cambell Locky Burke Craig Hunter Kyle Salerno Matthew Duggan Marcos Mansilla

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Lukas Hoogenboom Sam Hurdiss Kyle McManus Shannon Kirkwood Tom May Barry Parsons Sean Lithgow Taz Douglas Matthew Murray Jesse Reid-Abbott Paul Boland Christopher McGowan Luke Hamilton Kyle Beveridge Ben Wightman Aurtur Churchill Glen Reedy Ryan Attwood Liam Drew Jack Harmes Ryan Attwood

Under 19’s

Coach: Daniel Andrews 5 9 11 12 13 18 19 24 25

Liam Drew James Lacy Jack Harmes Harrison Clark Nathan Ingram Daniel Kelly Mitchell Hall Douglas Masterson Tyhah McLean



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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

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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

Welcome to Sorrento FNC today, 1st v 2nd on the ladder, should be a ripping game of local footy. Hopefully after a week off our boys are ready for what should be a great contest, two weeks ago we had a great tough win over local rivals Somerville, with the reserves recording a good win, and the unders being competitive all day, but just lacked a bit of polish. Great to see our Womens football team recording a couple of great wins in the last few weeks well done girls Functions coming up 15th July Casino night, see Emma for tickets $60 per head 7100 Per Couple 29th july Ladies lunch again see Emma for details 29th July Past Players day, 1 pm start $20 per head Ok massive game today lets be ready Head to Head played




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



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

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






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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

One of the great days on the football calendar last week, with the past players and officials day being held. It was wonderful to see some of the blasts from the past down enjoying a few frothies and didn’t the players in all 3 grade put on a show for them. The unders got the day off to a flyer with a terrific win against the highly fancied Bombers. It was a classic example of a committed team working hard for 4 quarters. After the disappointment of the previous game, it was a strong effort to bounce back and an important one. The season is back on track, let’s bring the same effort today. The Scoobs continued their winning streak as the confidence and comradery continue to grow. Competition for spots is heating up and it’s turning into good performances on game day. Another big challenge today against a finals bound team on their deck, the sort of challenge this group embraces. Keep the standard high. The seniors conceded the first 3 goals for the second week in a row, then went wackity whack whack and piled on 8 of their own. It was a well drilled performance against a quality opponent. Almost farcical scenes in the 2nd quarter saw Frankston playing with only 15 players, but the damage had already been done. Today we hunt the reigning premier. Thought of the week: If you take an oriental person and spin them around several times do they become disoriented!

Seniors Coach: Nick Jewell Co-Coach: Chris Dawes & Luke Tapscott Reserves Coach: Brad Phillips 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 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 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 Tom Clarke 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 Dan Hickey Michael Pattison Mitchell Murgia Rikk Feldhofer Sam Duewel

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 Lewis Lynch Storm Bobridge Mitchell Voigt Michael Walker



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


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Liam Bradshaw James Guillot Aaron Hamzsak Finn Callaghan



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

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

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

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

Club Notes

Welcome back to the Nest! It has been over a month with 3 away games and a week off. Today we play Frankston Bombers in the ‘BENNEZ CUP’ game, in honor of past player Benny Hocking. Ben played in our premiership year for the reserves in 2014 and is sorely missed around the playing group and across both the clubs. This game will be played in the right spirit! Last Week we ventured down to Crib Point and for a long time we managed a full book of wins, 3 from 3. The U19s on paper had a tough game, but a powerful effort to win by over 12 goals to the 4th placed side. This now gives them some breathing space in the top 3. The win was all the more pleasing with 3 players playing seniors and others injured. The 2s finally got back on the winners list! It was a gutsy effort, with 4 boys backing up from U19s helping out. We are one club and it was great effort to back-up, so thanks Harro, Aussie, Lachie and Zane for putting your hand up! With the 3 Burton boys playing for the first time ever the team was able to work together against the odds and run out 14point winners. It was an great effort to all. The 1s challenged early, ran away 9 goal winners. After losing 3 of the past 4 it was great to get the 4 points, it was even greater to see Luke Rowe back playing with us! He will only get better! Please don’t forget the massive day July 8th our 125th Anniversary - please Gledys or Haley for details. The Annual SFNC Ball tickets are selling fast so get one fast - Elwin snr

Under 19’s

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


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


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


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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Welcome footy fans to the Somerville where the mighty red & black take on the Eagles. The senior teams will be playing for the Bennez Cup, in memory of Ben Hocking who was taken from us much too early. Ben played footy for the Eagles & his family Paul, Billy Hayleigh, Georgia & Maddi are much loved members of the Bombers crew. The players blue socks aren’t a fashion statement & the Bennez Cup is not just a trophy, they are symbols of incredible importance. They are a reminder, a reminder that despite appearance a teammate, friend or family member may not be in as good a place as they deserve to be. AFL players Buddy Franklin, Alex Fasola & Travis Cloke have all recently had the courage to reach for help when not at the top of their game and that is the unbelievably important message of today. A teammate, your Doc, The Locker Room app & staff or Lifeline will all help if you’re not feeling ok and so please have the bravery to connect with your support network if you feel the need, for all our sakes. Tomorrow sees a big day for our womens footy team as they battle the Karingal Bulls for the It’s OK not to be OK cup. The Bombers finest will also be wearing blue socks in recognition of the importance of the weekend message. There will be Lifeline fund raising events, bar & canteen and a curtain raiser with the Rovers under 18 girls up against the Bulls. Come along from 1.00 and wear something blue to show your support. Have a great day at the footy & 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



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

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

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

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

Under 19’s

Coach: Greg Connolly 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10


Dylan Khan (P) Tyler Eklund Dylan Bradshaw Luke Sparks Aiden Roberts Jack McGuiness Bryce Dinger Jye Connolly Ryn Mitchell


Club Notes

Today is a day of celebration! It is the first ever round where ALL of our teams are going to be playing at home on the same day! The Netball and male Football are welcoming Tyabb to Tractor Park whilst our female team are playing Frankston Dolphins on the front oval@10am this morning. This is a milestone in our history and one to celebrate. Today in this honour, we again welcome our valued Sponsors to the clubrooms for a luncheon. Pop your head in and say hello to Dave Whalen and the crew today. July is a month of the social Dales with many functions to attend. The Business Lunch is Friday July 14 at the clubrooms. At $1000 for tables of 10 this day looks to be the first of many such events. Sam Kekovitch, the Lambassador himself will entertain the Pearcedale loyal supporters on this day. See Mandy Steadman (0478 141 271) or Margaret today to book your seat. July 8 the boys have planned an evening with a difference, Wedding Night. You need to come dressed in wedding finery and a ceremony will be held on the night. Stay tuned for further details. Nick Garrett and his team have a fun filled evening planned. As always if you have a spare hour or so don’t forget to come in and help out the hard working committee, buy a number on ‘Big Bear’s Bingo Board’ ($200 prize) for $10 or come inside after the game for awards and a natter. Congratulations to Jeff Smale and Mick Kennedy on reaching milestones with the club. Come in and buy them a beer! GO DALES!

11 Darcy Connolly 13 Luke Daniel (P) 15 Thomas Quigley 17 Lewis Stratis 19 Liam Bell 22 Matthew Wright 30 Thomas Triantaffillou 31 Mathew Piccoli 42 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

Club Notes

Another tough lesson for our 1st side. We played Rye at home and had a real crack in the first half with only 4 points the difference at half time. It was terrific to see the pressure applied by the team. Unfortunately the second half was in complete contrast, all the areas that we did well in and all the pressure we applied in the first half was not there in the second half. As a young team we must continue to work hard for the 4qtrs. Today we play Pearcedale away, our 4 qtr effort is a must if we are to be chance after 120 minutes. With a whopping ten changes to the development side this week, it was going to be interesting to see how the team worked together and early in the game it looked like that accurate kicking at goal was to be the major issue. However after half time the team that had been led so well by a miserly defence worked harder and at times moved the ball as good has it had all year. A good even spread of goal kickers saw us run out 37 point winners that puts us now back in the top five. This is a fantastic opportunity for this squad so keep getting to training and get the rewards that we have strived for for a long time. Upcoming Events: Saturday 8th July Legends vs Champions Past players game after the Seniors Match. Watch the past greats of the club battle it out under lights. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates to this huge occasion. NIP!NIP!

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

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

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

Under 19’s

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

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



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




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 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Michael Holmes Adam Marchetti Marcus Dal Lago Chris Irving Josh Mold Sean Marchetti Jake Mitchell Steve Ballingall Aaron Holmes 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 Fletcher Kearney Jake Mold Matt Mitchell Blake Thomson Ethan Bryan

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Elliot Davies Ben Poole Danny Allsop William Tuck Hamish McShane Craig Kennedy James Pittard Jayden Pain Haydn Kellett Aaron Embling Tom McEncroe Lincoln Toy Adam Sims Ben Hughes Billy Sanders Sam Scicluna Harrison Jones Daniel Born Seamus Thomson Lachlan Chandler Paul McIntyre James Gioutsos James Magee Braeden Money James Graham Trey Dawson Jake McKinnon Mitchell Skvor Harry Wynn-Pope Dylan Hoare

Club Notes

A warm welcome to all Past Players, and we hope you enjoy the club’s hospitality during the course of the four matches today. An addition of the Ladies team has been made since your playing days, and they will be in action on the “Chip” from midday. Unfortunately Jockers will be missing from the seniors line up against the Demons. We wish him a speedy recovery. Max made an excellent debut in the 1s, and our 2s boasted six boys from last year’s U19s and three from this years in their hard fought wins against Devon. The fight for a place in the final five is on in ernest. Today marks a special point in our history with the release of “The story of Red Hill Football and Netball Club” -Volume 1 (1929-1950) after the game, Copy 1 will be auctioned and others available for purchase, A special one off hard back version will be auctioned at the AUCTION NIGHT on July 15th . This night will be sold out as 80 only seats are available, Bookings on the trybooking web site. GO HILLIES Sponsor of the week: PARINGA WINERY

Under 19’s

Coach: Andrew Gilmour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 12

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



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Aidan Marchesani Darcy McDonald Max Tulen 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 Harry Walker Jack Pilgrim



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

First up a massive congratulations to Sienna Wills on becoming only the 3rd player to reach 100 netball games for the Rye Football Netball Club, joining Lucy Millar and Olivia Stephens. Sienna played in our C Grade premiership team back in 2013 and now is one of our gun, A grade players, as well as co - coaching the Under 17 side this year. Keep up the great work Sienna and congratulations on a fine career so far. The football was disappointing last week, with all 3 sides going down to Dromana. The Under 19’s well and truly kicked themselves out of the game with 1 goal 10 behinds for the day. Massive game today to keep your finals hopes alive. Good games by Jarrod Richards, Cory P, Jacko Allen and Jeansy. The reserves after a good 1st quarter, went to sleep after that, only kicking 1 more goal for the game. Boys 4 quarter efforts are what’s needed. Daniel Cimino, Chaigen Watson, CGS, Gussy Gordon, Hagan Rice and Doogie all played well. The seniors were slow out of the blocks and played catch up footy all day. Still in the game at ¾ time, we needed a big last quarter in front of our home crowd. Unfortunately it was Dromana who lifted and our boys struggled to give a help. Young Gabe Nocella was best for us, along with the Skipper Kirka’s, Harry and Oscar Whitty, Animal Cole and Spider Wilson. Past Players v Present Day players’ golf day Sunday July the 30th at Safety Beach Golf Club, 8.30am $60.00 includes Golf, Lunch, Beers and Prizes, see Beelie to book your spot.

Seniors Coach: Josh Moore Reserves Coach: Tim Churchin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

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

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 Callan Graham – Smith Jarvis Anderson Gus Gordon Sam Dow Zac Little Dale Perkins Steve Tweedly Kyle McLean Jack Parsons Chaigen Watson Guy Lynch Daniel Schmitt Angus Emery Merv Watkins Matt Dunn

Under 19’s

Coach: Leigh Morse

13 Gabe Nocella 14 Kalani Ryan 15 McLeod Jamieson 16 Clay Jeans Jayden Thomas (C) 17 Cory Jess Heeger-Roney 18 19 Jackson Allen 20 Nick Rowson 21 Mackinley Gunn 22 Josh Withers 23 Rhys Byrns 24 Alex Davies


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Joel Wills Clayton Barnes (VC) Sam Roane Harry Patterson Harrison Richardson Jarrod Richards Hamish Preston Aiden McIlfatrick Campbell Robbins Lachlan Ryan Gus Gordon Jess Goldsmid


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Ben Closter Jono Phipps Billy Swayn Cooper Morks James Papalia Dustin Broadhurst (VC)

Linton Hardy Kurt Goss Renton Sanderson Jan Piotrowski



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 31

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 Stephen Salter

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Bart Wallace 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 Tanner Bishop Jack Edwards Scott Sterling Bryce Gibson Edward Ellis Mitchell Smith Rhys McLennan Edward Schellander Adam Jarred Kane Donald Lachlan Taylor Ryan Hickey Jake McBean Daniel Schwind

Club Notes

We will, as is our custom, provide first class hospitality to Crib Point at sunny Rosebud today. However if last week’s results are anything to go by the Magpies will need to provide a seriously surprising swoop to leave with any points. In front of our supporters and sponsors on our home turf we expect our trademarks will be on full display – hard running, relentless pressure and clever football. Last week over at Pearcedale we were able to take the trifecta with the 3 teams amassing 69 goals and conceding just 12. In the main game Sean’s BOG performance demonstrated the reason for his representative selection – we wish him well! We had eleven goal kickers and classy contributions from Spoons, BT, Bart, Matty and GB. The Development Squad, after absorbing some early pressure piled on majors after half time and were miserly throughout, conceding just 13 pts, Trav, Kano, Schultzy (10 majors), Ed, Scotty and Raph were winners all day. The Unders were a credit to the quality of RJFC programs amassing 217 pts in a silky performance – 11 goal kickers, 3 with 5 or more and copybook performances from Reid, Nath, Matty C, Campbell, Kyle and Ty. Don’t forget to book your teams and your diary for next week’s Lip Sync Battle! Today’s Sponsor of the Week is Peninsula Dental Care who just have come on board as a Diamond Sponsor. We thank them and all our sponsors for their continued support of LOCAL Footy & Netball! #HandsOffMPNFLFootyNetball! Go Buds!

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 23 Cooper Hanley

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




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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

It was a disappointing day for the U19’s with a complete lack of intent the catalyst for their loss. Somerville walked away 57 point victors against a dismal Crib Point. Consistent efforts across the day were lacking. As a result, the U19’s will now be fighting to keep their spot in the top 4 when they face Rosebud this week instead of fighting to consolidate a spot in the top 3 in what promises be a close season in the U19’s. The Reserves burst out of the blocks against Somerville with Neil ‘Big Bad Bustling Boogsy Clunks’ Clark slotting 2 goals early in the quarter. Former Crib Point player Lee Koerner was influential early but was well held for the remainder of the match after Tim ‘Mr.Realiable’ Malcom went to him. Dan ‘Smooth’ Wise got the Pies off to a great start in the third after kicking a tough goal from just outside the 50 arc but this momentum was soon stemmed by Somerville. Somerville finished with a 21-point victory. Brodie Hill was brilliant up forward finishing with 2 goals while Tyler ‘Reasons’ Wilton and Callum ‘Cal Pal’ Campbell dominated in the backline all day. The senior side celebrated the 150 game milestone of their coach and former captain Brad Arnold against Somerville. Brad was prolific throughout the midfield in his milestone game, accompanied by stalwart Taylor Stratton and young gun Ned Shannon who is building a strong first senior season. The self proclaimed Tony Lockett of Crib Point, Waide “Simmo” Symes finished the game with 5 goals.

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

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





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 2.6.18 vs Sorrento 22.22.154 Red Hill 6.9.45 vs Frankston 8.5.53 Rosebud 14.17.101 vs Somerville 8.5.53 Rye 14.11.95 vs Pearcedale 9.18.72 Tyabb 10.4.64 vs Devon Meadows 21.9.135 Hastings 22.22.154 vs Dromana 8.5.53 Round 5 - Umpire Round Saturday 6th May Crib Point 6.8.44 vs Hastings 18.17.125 Devon Meadows 8.13.61 vs Somerville 6.17.53 Dromana 5.5.35 vs Rosebud 12.20.92 Pearcedale 7.4.46 vs Sorrento 24.18.162 Tyabb 6.2.38 vs Red Hill 20.20.140 Rye 3.8.26 vs Frankston 17.19.121 AFL Victoria Championships Saturday 13th May Geelong FNL 16.9.105 v MPNFL 11.17.83 Round 6 - Saturday 20th May Dromana 19.18.132 vs Pearcedale 15.11.101 Frankston 18.24.132 vs Crib Point 9.6.60 Red Hill 8.13.61 vs Hastings 15.9.99 Rosebud 11.18.84 vs Devon M 11.5.71 Somerville 15.13.103 vs Rye 9.14.68 Sorrento 33.17.215 vs Tyabb 5.8.38 Round 7 - Indigenous Round Saturday 27th May Tyabb 5.8.38 vs Frankston 11.23.89 Crib Point 9.12.66 vs Dromana 22.17.149 Sorrento 16.14.110 vs Somerville 9.13.67 Pearcedale 4.12.36 vs Red Hill 21.17.143 Hastings 6.10.46 vs Rosebud 12.15.87 Devon M 9.12.66 vs Rye 16.8.104 Round 8 - Quit Round Saturday 3rd June Frankston 9.11.65 vs Devon M 7.10.52 Pearcedale 8.10.58 vs Hastings17.12.114 Red Hill 6.8.44 vs Sorrento 11.18.84 Rosebud 15.28.118 vs Tyabb 4.4.28 Rye 11.12.78 vs Crib Point 8.8.56 Somerville 10.17.77 vs Dromana 14.9.93 Queens Birthday Weekend Saturday 10th June Rye 9.7.61 vs Sorrento 26.18.174 - Rd 17 Sunday 11th June Dromana 14.16.100 vs Red Hill 4.15.39 - Rd 9


Round 9 - Saturday 17th June Crib Point 13.12.90 vs Pearcedale 9.12.66 Devon Meadows 9.5.59 vs Sorrento 23.13.151 Frankston 10.9.69 vs Rosebud 7.14.56 Hastings 12.12.84 vs Somerville 12.11.83 Tyabb 8.8.56 vs Rye 18.6.114 Round 10 - Saturday 24th June Crib Point 9.8.62 vs Somerville 17.13.115 Pearcedale 7.6.48 vs Rosebud 18.19.127 Red Hill 12.9.81 vs Devon Meadows 5.9.39 Rye 5.8.38 vs Dromana 12.11.83 Sorrento 27.10.172 vs Frankston 11.9.75 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 Saturday 2nd September - SF 1st & 2nd Saturday 9th September - PF Saturday 16th September - GF


Bendigo Community Bank




Blue sock round This week the umpires also embrace the “it’s okay, not to be okay” round with blue socks to help raise awareness of mental health and suicide in the community. What this round represents and promotes is a real issue for our community and one we need to band together to promote awareness of. To the Hocking family thank you for being so courageous and sharing your story to promote this real world issue facing our community. The umpires officiating in the senior games in the Nepean League will be wearing blue socks this weekend. Upcoming events Pizza night. When: 8th July Where: La porchetta, Homemaker center, 12/1063 south gippsland highway Cranbourne. Time: 6:30 Evening is open to all members of the SUA we have tried for “mutual” ground with the venue to attract as many different faces as possible from seaford and fountain gate. Please confirm your attendance asap to Matt Craig by emailing Please rsvp by Thursday the 6th of July. Trivia night When:15th of July. Where: Seaford rooms. Time: 7 o’clock for a 7:30 start Cost: $5 entry fee to be paid upon arrival on the night. Show up on the night and join a table of 10. There will be prizes on the night for the winning team at the half way point and the end of the night also to be announced on the night and a reverse table draw also. Bar will be open on the night, of course sale of alcoholic beverages to those members 18 and over only.... See you all there! Annual SUA Golf day: When: Sunday July 30. Where: Bembridge 9 hole golf course. 125 Tyabbtooradin road, Somerville. Time: 10 o’clock start please arrive at 9:15 so we can get organised. $20 to be paid by each player, buggy and club hire available please speak to Matt Craig or Ross Lewis to arrange this prior to the day. BBQ lunch after the everyone has finished their round of golf. Should you wish to enter please contact the events team - Matt Craig or 0408 366397 or Ross Lewis or just catch up with either of them at fountain gate or seaford training....

End of season frat party When: Saturday August 19. Where: Seaford rooms Time: 7:00 start straight back to the Seaford rooms after your game Cost: $10 per head. A great chance to have a end of season catch up before kick starting the finals series and tell a story or two from season 2017, Bar will be open on the night, of course sale of alcoholic beverages to those members 18 and over only.... See you all there! Watch this space for further details on this event.... Presentation night When: October 21 Where: Frankston RSL Time: 7:00 o’clock for a 7:30pm start Dress code: NO DENIM Cost: Free to all members of the SUA, $60 for all non members Always a good night and great way to reflect upon the year... Tickets will be available at both Fountain Gate and Seaford in coming weeks. Should you have any questions regarding any of these upcoming events please feel free to contact the events team: Matt Craig - or Ross Lewis 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.



Bendigo Community Bank Nepean FNL Netball - Preview Round 11

Good sports don’t let their Netball mates drink and drive. Preview Red Hill v Rye

Red Hill continue to grow in confidence and form. They ran away with a 30 goal win last week and find themselves It’s 9th v 8th respectively and this will now knocking at the door of the top four! A win today A RoadSafe Victoria initiative supported by VicRoads and VCFL be a great game of netball to watch. and if Frankston lose Red Hill will find themselves just It would be a long shot now for either nestled in fourth spot. Trying to keep their own season of these two sides to make finals, but stranger things alive will be Rye. The Demons were outplayed by Dromana have happened. Dromana had a brilliant win over Rye by last weekend and will want to make amends for a poor 15 goals which will put a spring in the Tigers step, while performance. It Rye turn up with that winning attitude and Devon Meadows were on the end of a 30-goal loss to Red some belief they will go a long way to defeating Red Hill at Hill. Today provides the chance for Dromana to continue home. Will be interest to see the end results, but Red Hill so winning form or for Devon Meadows it might mean gets the tip. keeping in touch with the top 4 with a win. Hard game to pick, but the Tigers will be confident at home. Rosebud v Crib Point Dromana v Devon Meadows

Somerville v Frankston

Can Rosebud make it two losses in a row for the reining premiers? Tough call but a loss to a side who’s used to winning can sometimes unravel them. The Bud’s will be feeling confident after their win over Pearcedale who pushed them for the who game. Crib Point will be disappointed that last week got away from them, but will be looking to get back on board the victory train this week. A true reflection of the better sides is always how they deal with defeat and respond the week later, and I think the Magpies will be out to make amends.

Somerville has now officially become the number one challenger to Crib Point this season, as they knocked of the Magpies at their home court on the weekend by 5 goals. The Eagles will be buoyant after that win, but know all too well that they cannot rest their hat on that win if they want to be there on that final day in September. Frankston had a massive win over Sorrento by 28 goals to get themselves back on track and in the top 4. The Bombshells would love nothing more than to defeat their local rival to keep the If you’re to have a few drinks, uncertainty of who might get to the grand final.going It will be plan ahead and arrange a ride with a a big game and Somerville at home is a tough ask, so the designated driver – someone who’s Eagles will continue to soar.

Plan ahead, on and off the field

not drinking or who’s responsibly sticking to light.

Pearcedale v Tyabb

Good sports don’t let their

Pearcedale will be disappointed that they let Rosebud mates drink and drive. get away last weekend, as they were in a fighting chance to have their second win of 2017. Tyabb should be feeling refreshed and ready to go after a week off ad will look to A RoadSafe Victoria initiative supported by VicRoads and VCFL start their second half of 2017 with a win. After a poor start the Yabbies have certainly made up, and have themselves well entrenched in the top 4. It’s unlikely that Tyabb will lose this one.

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


Netball Notes Crib Point Magpies

Bendigo Community Bank

Our day started off very promising last week against Somerville. D grade were off to a great start and held their lead throughout winning by 7. In slippery conditions it was hard to play our game but the girls show their improvement each week and it is all paying off now. BOC went to Laura for another great game in defence and providing options down the court. It was the bitter taste of defeat for our A, B and C grades. 1st vs 2nd in all games and the results showed all the work we have to do. C grade were off to a great start and winning at quarter time but unfortunately were overrun by Sommie and went down by 14. BOC went to Ayla coming back into her top form battling hard all day! B grade were left speechless after their 30 goal loss. The girls had good spurts throughout the day but could never string any of it together. BOC went to Molly who had a great game in defence. Possibly witnessing a grand final preview with Somerville and Crib it was a great fight. Still having our 3 main centre courters out our girls really had to dig deep but unfortunately went down by 6. Special mention to Lily Cook for filling in, it was great to see her back out on court. BOC went to Adrienne whose drive down the court was our best option for the ball. A loss never hurts, it just build’s fire for next time and we’ll see Somerville in the last round. With our spray tans on we travel down to Rosebud this week with the Black and White Ball after! Let’s make it one to remember! Go Crib!


Pearcedale Panthers Another freezing cold down day at Pantherland and yet it still did nothing to dampen the flame that seems to have been sparked in the hearts of the Pearcedale netball gals. Our junior and lower grades continue to impress and higher grades continue to improve infinitely more with every game. Last week the 17s took their turn to further cement their place at the top of the ladder in a positive and consistent game against the junior Buds. With a full strength side, Pearcedale were brilliant and kept their foot pressed firmly on the accelerator from start to finish, securing a 20+ goal win. With D Grade with the week off, C Grade were up next and keen to back up their win against an undefeated Crib Point side the previous week. The score was closer than liked in the first half but the girls pulled it together and smashed out some good netball to finish the game with a comfortable margin. B Grade again, showed flashes of brilliance and were let down only by a lack scoring in the first half. They beat Risebud all over the court in the second half but just a little too little and defs a little to late. A Grade was a nail biter with both teams evenly matched and very hungry for their win. Some outstanding defence from Rosey saw the scales tip slightly in their favour and in the end we just couldn’t get over the line despite a fine effort! This week we take on Tyabb in which is always a fun and competitive day so get down and show your support :)

Hastings Blues A very chilly start to the day saw D grade up and about and ready to put their best game forward. Sheryn Mock once again in the gold shooter position was holding strong and finishing off shooting accurately. It was a real arm wrestle for most of the match with Fiona Kain’s enthusiasm and work rate a huge benefit to this team, continuing to lift her team mates throughout the match. D grades best match of the year so far just falling short of a win by 6 goals. C grade faced their biggest challenge of the year so far against ladder leaders Somerville. They definitely took it up them with Jaimi Gay and Grace Williams continuing their fantastic form in the goal circle finishing off the defenders hard work, but unfortunately couldn’t get the win. They achieved their highest score for the year so far against the top team and proved the hard work they are doing at training is paying off come game day. B grade lacked the fire power they needed when they also faced the top of the ladder team in Somerville. Somerville proved too strong and to be a very well drilled team with a great understanding of the game and combined very well as a team. Something for our newly formed team to strive towards. The biggest positive to come out of the B grade match was the fact that they scored the highest score more than any other club against them so far this season.

Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Sorrento Sharks Thanks to our sponsor Peninsula Superior Painters for your ongoing support of the netball girls. C grade had a hard game last week against the very strong Frankston team. Frankstons strong defensive work was too good for us, but the girls never gave up and were able to score and have some good game plays. Brigette and Emma had a great game in defence and the mid court players all worked well together. Good work girls. Awesome game for B grade, although missing a few players Brooke Fankhauser and Emily Opie stepped up helping us lots! The team continue to grow and improve every week, well done girls! The A grade girls also had an awesome game this week against Frankston, although they couldn’t come up with a win, they were able to match the goals against Frankston for the last half of the game. The A grade girls are showing how fit they are in the competition which is great to see. Thanks to Gemma Grant who stepped up and filled in for us, her and Nova played really well together. Good luck against Hastings this week girls. Go Sharks!

Devon Meadows Panthers

The under 17s went in with the bare 7 which makes it hard against quality opposition. To the girls credit they didn’t give up, they gave me 110% right to the last whistle. It’s going to be hard to make the top 4 now but if the girls give their last few games of the season their all you just never know. A massive thanks to Jill for her unwavering support! BOC Ella. The d grade girls really came together as a team on Saturday to beat red hill! Every girl on the court earned there time and worked on the things that were set out for them. We are almost half way through the season and hope to continue the wins and finish up in the top 4. Boc jenelle C grade girls played another game of great quality against Red Hill. Through great defensive pressure the girls were able to lead at half time. The girls all worked hard to meet their indivisible goals which made the second half look neat and clean. The girls are determined to have a strong run into finals! BOC Emily B grade looked sharp in the warm up and took it out on the court. They were determined to prove that they can match it with the top teams and they did. It was a great team effort with everyone playing their role. Red Hill challenged, we responded. Well done team! BOC Kate. On a wet and cold day it was great to be playing indoors. We had had a great 2nd quarter together just need to string them all together. Defensively we worked hard but just didn’t convert enough balls. Improving each week. BOC nat fal

Tyabb Yabbies

Two weeks ago we welcomed Rye to the Pond in a pretty successful day for the Yabbies. In the only loss for the day D Grade were dominated by top of the ladder Demons across all positions on the court. It was a tough game for our girls who are working hard to turn the second half of their season around. Always leading from the front, Megan was best on once again. She was able to adjust her game each quarter to work with 4 different defenders across the game. C Grade were more fortunate & put together some passages of fantastic netball. Darcey stood out in goals with her accuracy & strong drives. She was able to make space & made it easy for the midcourters to get the ball to her safely. B Grade aimed to improve their consistency across the 4 quarters & were able to reach their goals. It was pleasing to see the entire team work together to enforce some intimidating defensive pressure all the way down the court. Once again, Lenny held end the attacking end with her strong drives, clever passing and strong leadership. In A Grade, Watto continues to build on an outstanding first half of the season working in exceptional partnership with KB. Both continually turned the ball over & put outstanding pressure on the Rye attackers. All squads have had a two week break & come refreshed & ready to take on Pearcedale. With some varying score lines, it’s difficult to know what to expect against The Panthers so we will be ready to put our best effort out on court. NIP! NIP!


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank

Rosebud Buds

A-Grade – Starting with the first two goals the game looked to be going in our favour until Pearcedale showed us they were here to play. A very level game for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarters with Rosebud pulling away in the 4th to win by 10 goals. Nice finish. Awards – Tamara and Millie. B-Grade – Last week we came away with a win! It was great to see the techniques we have been practicing at training coming through in our game play. The Pearcedale girls worked us hard through the centre court but our girls really worked the space well. Our teamwork was effective which was great considering we were missing some players. Special mention to Jess who was amazing in defence but our awards today went to Ali in WA & Megan in GS. C-Grade – We knew we would be up for a tough game against Pearcedale. As a team we had one of the most positive team work games we have played all year. When there was a turnover we all got around each other. As a team we kept our heads held high against the top team and gave them a run for their money. Well done team – I was one proud coach. Awards – Bec & Bridie. Under 17s – The girls started off the day really strong keeping the top team to under 10 goals. Unfortunately the girls dropped off and ended up having a loss. Despite the loss the girls all played really well and put their training into their game. Awards – Gem & Mikky Lock in next week’s social function – the Lip Sync Battle after the Somerville away game. #HandsOffMPNFLFootyNetball! Go Buds!

Rye Demons

Last week we played Dromana at home. It started off cold and wet, but the sun started to shine after we were three games in. The 17 and under’s started off the day with a 10 goal loss. They played hard and were competitive, but couldn’t match the accuracy of the Dromana goalers. Best on court was Shannon Christodoulou. The next game was D grade, with the girls continuing their winning form. Tamara and Jade were a strong combination in the goaling end scoring 52 goals and the defenders worked hard to keep Dromana to only 15 goals. Best on court was Jade Larsen. C Grade had a great start and kept up the momentum throughout the whole game. Jenny and Sam combined well in goals and we finished up with a 10 goal win. Best on court was Sam Harris. B Grade had a slow star. They worked hard in the second but were no match for the polished Dromana unit. We ended up going down by 32 goals. A grade started off well, going goal for goal with Dromana, but in the second and third quarters Dromana pulled away. The girls kept on fighting, again matching Dromana in the fourth. It was great seeing Sienna play her 100th game and combing well with both Miranda and Hailey. It was also great to see Chloe back on the court! The end score was Dromana 50, Rye 35. Best on court was Georgie Stubbs. We are looking forward to today’s matchups against Red Hill. Go Dees!


Frankston Bombshells First let’s get this out of the way. Sorrento V Frankston. Good results all round apart from the strange spiced hot chocolates. C grade came away with a comfortable win, but seeing Abbey in the Bruce Park hoodie disappoints me more than I disappoint my parents. B grade: Everyone’s highlight was that the lightest player on court could inflict significant facial damage onto her own team-mate. Friendly fire? Or Goaling rivalry? Lucky it didn’t affect the outcome of the game, winning by 60 goals. A grade: a few stray passes and a discussion with the umpires did nothing to dampen the mood as we stormed into another win and hopefully a bit of a percentage booster. More Importantly: Its okay not to be okay – Thank you to the Hocking’s. Today we put on that mask So people don’t have to ask Are you okay? Because today we’re not okay.. We’re smiling and laughing But it’s just a game Taking selfies and photographing Today it’s just our stage name Unfortunately when you ask whats wrong We will probably say nothing Because often we are too headstrong To admit we are bluffing To my beautiful netball family And my beautiful Hockings and co. Lets not answer absently Lets not just go with the flow We get around each other like none other And today we are not just here to play Today we play for our little brother And admit sometimes we’re not okay, but its okay So watch over us all now Benny As we make sure your legacy lives on And haunt us till we meet again So that you’re never really gone

Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Red Hill Hills

Dromana Tigers

Somerville Eagles

Saturday was overall a positive day for our girls. We came up against a more evenly matched Rye squad, which saw us take away 3 out of 5 wins U/17s - Even with a couple of team members out, the girls continued their winning streak. It was a strong 4 quarter effort which saw the girls win by 10. Awards went to Hayley Joyce and Shaye Fitzpatrick D Grade - Our D grade side took on top of the ladder. The girls put in a solid effort but unfortunately the shots weren’t dropping, which saw Rye take a considerable lead that we were unable to claw back. Best were Liv Henderson and Brehanna Compton C Grade - We lacked a bit of intensity in C grade which Rye capitalised on early. Although we showed good teamwork our ball movement was a bit slow which saw us go down by 11. Award winners were Tahlia Walter and Belinda Ingram B Grade - Our hard work in B Grade really paid off this week. The team worked really strongly together and did not miss a beat all game, winning by 32. Best were Maggie Alford and Sahra Dupuy. A Grade - A really consistent game from our A grade side, with great movement and strong passing. Our defensive pressure and shooting accuracy saw us take the win by 15 goals. Award winners were Laura Hopkins and Rivvy Walter. We look forward to taking this momentum into Saturdays games against Devon, which will see all 5 teams play again! Go Tigers

Great win for our under 17s last week. They are playing great netball at the moment. Setting themselves up nicely for finals. Well done girls, keep up the good work looking forward to this Saturday. D grade had a solid game this week with our 17s all stepping up to help out . In the 3rd quarter we fell away but came back to drive the last quarter home, not enough to win the game but well done to a team with combinations that haven’t been tried before. It was a tough day for our C grade girls, great to see Bella step up from u/17s in goals. Chloe M played strong in the defence combining with Chloe RH and Bridgette, they produced some great turnovers. Devon meadows were too strong on the day but it was great to see our girls never gave up and fought hard all game. Tough game today for our B graders, change in goalers meant we had to make some changes to delivery and that took time to settle into. We must make sure the hard work of the defenders is rewarded with a turnover resulting in a goal! A small lead stretched out over the game. A Grade had another strong win with changes in the mid court to continue to develop different combinations! Goalers are settling in well together and the mid court feeds were on fire. Defense is strengthened with consistent form resulting in many turnovers. Keep working and our disappointing start will fade away into the past! Go Hills Last round we took on Crib Point. We knew in the lead up that we were going to be in for 4 really tough matches, with A, B and C grade being top 4 clashes. The dark and dreary weather was not idea netball weather! The D girls found it hard to convert their defensive turnovers and unfortunately Cribby got the better of them in the wet conditions. The C girls had a slow start but then picked it up beautifully and made some great passages of play and strong defensive pressure. It was great to see the support and encouragement on and off the court during this big win! The B girls came out firing and worked their butts off to come away with the win. They continue to strengthen all areas of their game and show good depth as a team. The A girls were ready for a super tough clash against last year’s premieres and with a few players out, it was going to be a test of depth. The girls played good, strong netball throughout the first 3 quarters and then had an amazing last quarter coming away with a really exciting win! The defensive pressure, tips and intercepts were converted where the goalers capitalized with high accuracy. Today we take on Frankston Bombers in the ‘It’s OK not to be OK’ round. Blue is the official colour of the round, the team that wins this match will be presented with the “Bennez cup” by Paul Hocking. Blue socks will be won by all footy players and spectators are also urged to don the blue colour as well. All money raised across the games will be donated to Lifeline



Bendigo Community Bank Football


SENIORS Crib Point

a grade

9.8.62 def by 17.13.115 Somerville

Sorrento 27.10.172 def 11.9.75 Frankston Pearcedale

7.6.48 def by 18.19.127 Rosebud


5.8.38 def by 12.11.83 Dromana

Red Hill





7.6.48 def by 10.9.69


12.8.80 def 1.10.16 Frankston


2.1.13 def by 18.15.123 Rosebud


4.6.30 def by 11.7.73 Dromana

Red Hill




Devon M


Crib Point

5.7.37 def by 15.4.94


8.8.56 def 7.5.47 Frankston

Pearcedale Rye

27 def by 33 42 def by 52 59 def 29 35 def by 50 28 def by 61

Crib Point Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Sorrento

18 def by 42 17 def by 31 40 def by 46 23 def by 55 22 def by 79

Crib Point Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Sorrento

24 def by 38 36 def 20 22 def by 46 36 def 25 9 def by 56

Crib Point Red Hill Rye Frankston - Bye Pearcedale - Bye

20 def 13 26 def by 30 52 def 15

Devon M


Crib Point Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Sorrento


b grade


Somerville Rosebud Devon M Dromana Frankston

D grade Somerville Devon M Dromana

Under 17

For full results

Somerville Rosebud Devon M Dromana Frankston

c grade

3.1.19 def by 33.19.217 Rosebud 1.10.16 def by 6.8.44

Somerville Rosebud Devon M Dromana Frankston

Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Sorrento - Bye

44 def 18 40 def 16 25 def by 35

Rosebud Devon M Dromana

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Footy Stats

Bendigo Community Bank Club Championships

“HOT SHOT� Leading Goal kicker

Football Club


Snrs Res U19 Total

Player Christopher Dawes Leigh Poholke Keegan Downie Allan Murray Nick Corp Luke Tapscott Ben Hughes Luke Hewitt Shaun Foster Jay Reynolds

Sorrento 33 22 5 60 Frankston 24 14 7 45 Rosebud 21 18 6 45 Hastings 24 16 3 43 Red Hill 15 12 10 37 Somerville 15 8 9 32 Dromana 18 4 4 26 Rye 12 4 4 20 Crib Point 6 6 7 19 Devon M 9 4 1 14 Tyabb 0 12 0 12 Pearcedale 6 2 1 9

Club Sorrento Sorrento Rosebud Devon M Sorrento Sorrento Red Hill Hastings Hastings Frankston

G T 4 42 0 33 0 31 2 30 2 30 2 28 3 24 5 24 4 22 1 20

reserves netball Team

A B C D U17 T

Somerville 30 20 8 4 - 62 Frankston 21 18 8 9 - 56 Crib Point 27 16 8 4 - 55 Red Hill 18 10 5.5 7 7 47.5 Tyabb 24 14 5 4 - 47 Devon M 12 10 6.5 8 7 43.5 Rye 13.5 7 4 10 6 40.5 Pearcedale 9 3 7.5 8 9 36.5 Rosebud 18 8 4 - 6 36 Dromana 10.5 6 3.5 5 8 33 Hastings 0 9 0 1 - 10 Sorrento 0 1 0 - 6 7

combined Club







D U17


Frankston 8 7 7 7 9 8 9 - 55 Red Hill 5 6 10 6 5 5.5 7 7 51.5 Somerville 5 4 9 10 10 8 4 - 50 Rosebud 7 9 6 6 4 4 - 6 42 Crib Point 2 3 7 9 8 8 4 - 41 Rye 4 2 4 4.5 3.5 4 10 6 38 Devon M 3 2 1 4 5 6.5 8 7 36.5 Dromana 6 2 4 3.5 3 3.5 5 8 35 Sorrento 11 11 5 0 0.5 0 - 6 33.5 Pearcedale 2 1 1 3 1.5 7.5 8 9 33 Tyabb 0 6 0 8 7 5 4 - 30 Hastings 8 8 3 0 4.5 0 1 - 24.5

Player Benjamin Schultz David Hull David Lawson Scott Sterling Daniel Hickey Jack Edwards Matthew Dimkos Brent Kenyon Justin Norton Edward Schellander

Club Rosebud Hastings Sorrento Rosebud Sorrento Rosebud Tyabb Sorrento Dromana Rosebud

G T 10 32 2 26 0 19 2 17 2 16 0 15 1 14 2 13 3 13 1 13

under 19 Player Jake Haskett Jake Rigby Koby Villis Kane Hawkins Nathan Abbott Patrick Nagel Lachlan Avery Jack Gipp Austyn Fawcett Lachlan McKenzie

Club Somerville Frankston Frankston Red Hill Rosebud Somerville Frankston Sorrento Somerville Dromana

G T 5 27 1 23 0 21 0 21 2 20 0 18 1 17 2 17 2 13 2 13


Ladders SENIORS Team


% Pts

Sorrento 11 11 0 0 1613 596 270.64 44 Hastings 10 8 2 0 1039 690 150.58 32 Frankston 10 8 2 0 939 657 142.92 32 Rosebud 10 7 3 0 902 545 165.50 28 Dromana 10 6 4 0 901 836 107.78 24 Red Hill 10 5 5 0 789 625 126.24 20 Somerville 10 5 5 0 865 785 110.19 20 Rye 11 4 7 0 775 1172 66.13 16 Devon M 10 3 7 0 736 855 86.08 12 Pearcedale 10 2 8 0 708 1140 62.11 8 Crib Point 10 2 8 0 621 1080 57.50 8 Tyabb 10 0 10 0 443 1350 32.81 0



% Pts

Sorrento 11 11 0 0 986 299 329.77 44 Rosebud 10 9 1 0 870 325 267.69 36 Hastings 10 8 2 0 694 451 153.88 32 Frankston 10 7 3 0 552 453 121.85 28 Red Hill 10 6 4 0 536 406 132.02 24 Tyabb 10 6 4 0 480 543 88.40 24 Somerville 10 4 6 0 472 641 73.63 16 Crib Point 10 3 7 0 474 567 83.60 12 Rye 11 2 9 0 441 767 57.50 8 Dromana 10 2 8 0 392 683 57.39 8 Devon M 10 2 8 0 316 659 47.95 8 Pearcedale 10 1 9 0 362 781 46.35 4


% Pts

Red Hill 9 9 0 0 620 337 183.98 40 Somerville 10 9 1 0 960 256 375.00 36 Frankston 9 7 2 0 662 371 178.44 32 Crib Point 8 5 3 0 558 327 170.64 28 Rosebud 8 4 4 0 667 405 164.69 24 Sorrento 10 5 5 0 634 573 110.65 24 Rye 10 4 6 0 457 487 93.84 20 Dromana 10 4 6 0 522 638 81.82 16 Hastings 10 3 7 0 382 681 56.09 12 Devon M 4 1 2 1 167 264 63.26 6 Pearcedale 10 1 9 0 338 1039 32.53 4 Tyabb 8 0 7 1 245 834 29.38 2


B GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 10 10 0 0 641 201 40 318.91 Frankston 10 9 0 1 467 315 36 148.25 Crib Point 10 8 0 2 394 253 32 155.73 Tyabb 10 7 0 3 377 286 28 131.82 Devon M 10 5 0 5 410 346 20 118.50 Red Hill 10 5 0 5 379 369 20 102.71 Hastings 10 4 1 5 367 384 18 95.57 Rosebud 10 4 0 6 309 412 16 75.00 Rye 11 3 1 7 299 466 14 64.16 Dromana 10 3 0 7 379 443 12 85.55 Pearcedale 10 1 1 8 223 451 6 49.45 Sorrento 11 0 1 10 242 561 2 43.14

C GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Frankston 10 8 0 2 415 215 32 193.02 Somerville 10 8 0 2 417 235 32 177.45 Crib Point 10 8 0 2 387 231 32 167.53 Pearcedale 10 7 1 2 362 212 30 170.75 Devon M 10 7 1 2 427 256 30 166.80 Red Hill 10 5 1 4 306 274 22 111.68 Tyabb 10 5 0 5 231 239 20 96.65 Rye 11 4 0 7 281 330 16 85.15 Rosebud 10 3 2 5 293 355 16 82.54 Dromana 10 3 1 6 270 351 14 76.92 Hastings 10 0 0 10 165 455 0 36.26 Sorrento 11 0 0 11 160 561 0 28.52


under 19’s Team

A GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 9 9 0 0 474 206 40 230.10 Crib Point 9 8 0 1 489 191 36 256.02 Tyabb 9 7 0 2 458 219 32 209.13 Frankston 9 6 0 3 393 365 28 107.67 Red Hill 9 5 0 4 447 362 24 123.48 Rosebud 9 5 0 4 391 368 24 106.25 Rye 10 3 1 6 323 478 18 67.57 Devon M 9 3 0 6 308 398 16 77.39 Dromana 9 2 1 6 306 430 14 71.16 Pearcedale 9 1 2 6 339 443 12 76.52 Sorrento 11 0 0 11 257 725 0 35.45

Team P W D L F A Pts % Rye 8 7 0 1 317 196 40 161.73 Frankston 8 7 0 1 302 149 36 202.68 Pearcedale 8 6 0 2 272 185 32 147.03 Devon M 8 6 0 2 266 181 32 146.96 Red Hill 8 5 0 3 232 197 28 117.77 Dromana 8 3 0 5 195 256 20 76.17 Crib Point 9 3 0 6 193 226 16 85.40 Somerville 8 2 0 6 166 222 16 74.77 Tyabb 8 2 0 6 118 247 16 47.77 Hastings 9 0 0 9 94 296 4 31.76

Under 17 Team P W D L F A Pts Pearcedale 6 5 1 0 36 245 129 Dromana 5 4 1 0 36 153 162 Red Hill 5 3 2 0 32 141 134 Sorrento 7 4 3 0 32 202 168 Devon M 5 2 3 0 28 117 173 Rye 6 1 5 0 24 136 198 Rosebud 6 1 5 0 20 130 160

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