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MPNFL Updates MPNFL Update Round 14 2017 Welcome to Round 14 of the 2017 home and away season for both Peninsula FNL and Nepean FNL. As we start to close on the end of the home and away season, we are very excited about the fact that there are still spots up for grabs in the finals race. No doubt the next 5 weeks will bring an increased interest on who will have a chance of winning a flag.

Themed and feature rounds coming up; 29th July 2017 – Multicultural Round 26th Aug – Sept 17th 2017 - Nepean & Peninsula FNL Finals Series Best of luck to all sides for this weekend.

The annual ‘Women in Sport’ luncheon was held yesterday. This year’s special guests were Susan Alberti AC, Sports Journalist Caroline Wilson and AFL W Coach of Collingwood FC Wayne Siekman and MC’d by leading sports broadcaster Tiffany Cherry. It was a great day had by all and we certainly cannot wait to put this event on again next year. Also, just a reminder that in 2017 the presentation night will be a combined night between both Nepean FNL and Peninsula FNL on Monday 4th September at the Mornington Racecourse. It will be a fantastic event and one not to be missed. Invitations to clubs and possible award winners will be sent out after the conclusion of the home and away season.

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



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Stingrays “STINGRAYS STAMP THEIR AUTHORITY AT HOME.” ROUND 13 MATCH REPORT The Dandenong Southern Stingrays staved off a dogged Northern Knights outfit to emerge victors by twenty nine points on a cool Saturday morning at Shepley Oval Dandenong. Boasting 10 changes with a full list to choose from, the Stingrays’ impressive squad led for the entire day, but a determined last quarter from the Knights flattered the end score line. In the end the first half margin was too much for the Knights, with an exhausted Stingrays group hanging on 14. 5 (89) to 8. 12 (60) with a clinical win. AFL Victoria TAC Cup veterans Luke Davies-Uniacke, Oscar Clavarino, Hunter Clark, Mason deWit and Bailey Morrish all led from the front, collecting plenty of disposals and having a widespread impact. Equally impressive were the efforts of Riley D’Arcy, who finished the day with four goals and gave the Rays with a strong target inside 50. Down back, Captains Oscar Clavarino, Josh Bateman and the much improved Jesse Davies and Angus Paterson were pillars of defence, standing firm against Northern’s worthy forward line. “The game really could have gone either way in the end, we were fortunate enough to get across the line today due to the work rate in the first half, and that gives the boys some real confidence, as we come to the back end of the TAC Cup season, ” Stingrays’ senior coach Craig Black said post-match. “With 10 changes you never know what to expect, it’s the first time since round 1 we’ve been able to basically pick from our full list.” He add, “The focus the boys are brining each week no matter who plays is very impressive.” Black concluded by saying, “We had a good spread of goal kickers which again is pleasing, plus a little special moment for Aiden who returned for his first game kicking our first goal…he defiantly will be better off for the game under his belt.” The first quarter saw the visiting side come out and attack immediately, but it would take just 2 minutes before the first major was kicked. It was if the script had been written, after sitting out the past two years battling some major injuries Aiden Bonar announced himself back marking strongly and kicking truly 35 metres out with a flood of emotion and player support welcoming him back to the game. The Knights responded with one of their own, but the Stingrays were dominating through the middle, continually peppering inside 50’s allowing goals to Lachlan Young, Riley D’Arcy and Riley Bowman to come into the huddle with a little bit of confidence leading 25-8.

The second quarter saw the home side flex its muscle with four more goals to set the tone for the attacking Stingrays, who looked dangerous when they committed to their run-and-carry style of play, going into the halftime break 8. 2 (50) to 1. 6 (12). Goals came through Luke Davies Uniacke (2) who was enjoying his time in the forward half, Riley D’Arcy and the ever dangerous Jai Nanscawen, whilst limiting the Knights to four shots on goal, all points. The third started with neither side willing to allow the opposition to gain the first score, with the deadlock broken at the 7 minute mark through Tom Dekoning to extend the lead to 35 points. The Knights started to look dangerous but couldn’t get the reward on the scoreboard. Dandenong needed their leaders to stand up in the face of the Knights momentum – and the likes of Josh Bateman, Oscar Clavarino, Luke Davies- Uniacke, Jesse Davies and Bailey Morrish did just that. Luke Davies-Uniacke was menacing in the middle, Clavarino was marking everything in sight, whilst Davies and Angus Paterson nullified the well regarded opponents. The Stingrays added three more goals, but allowed the Knights to kick two in a row and grow in a little in confidence before Riley D’Arcy marked strongly on the siren and kicked truly giving the Stingrays a comfortable lead of 46 points at the end of the third. The last quarter saw the Stingrays go in with two less players with Mason de Wit gone for the day with a back injury, whilst Aiden Bonar’s day was over due to preplanned game time. It was a disappointing last quarter for the Stingrays with the Knights taking their turn for some hard running, kicking four last quarter goals to the Stingrays two, which saw many Stingrays players moved to different positions to stem the flow of goals. The win puts the Stingrays in good stead, basically securing a finals spot whilst enjoying the weeks rest due to the TAC Cup Bye. In two weeks- time Dandenong head to Frankston Park to take on the Gippsland Power in a TAC Cup double header, that will Sandringham take on the Western Jets prior to the Stingrays game. Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Dandenong Stingrays 4.1-25 8.2-50 12.5-77 14.5-89 Northern Knights 1.2-8 1.6-12 4.7-31 8.12-60 Goal Kickers: Riley D’Arcy 4, Luke Davies - Uniacke 2, Aiden. Bonar, Fin Bayne, Jai Taylor, Jai Nanscawen, Riley Bowman, Jamie Plumridge , Lachlan Young, Tom Dekoning Best Players: Oscar Clavarino, Jesse Davies, Riley D’Arcy, Angus Paterson, Luke Davies - Uniacke, Mitch Riordan



AFL Vic Country Vic Country prepare for AFL National Inclusion Carnival The best Victorian FIDA footballers are preparing to don the Big-V jumper this week, when Vic Country and Vic Metro head north for the 2017 AFL National Inclusion Carnival on July 24. Held at the Gold Coast, the AFL National Inclusion Carnival brings together footballers with an intellectual disability from across Australia to take part in a weeklong round-robin tournament. For the first time, all states and territories will have a team represented in the competition, with squads from the Northern Territory and Western Australia joining regular competitors Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia, NSW/ACT, Vic Metro and Vic Country. Forty of Victoria’s best footballers with an intellectual disability, including eight emergencies, have been selected to form the two Victorian represent squads. Of the twenty players in the Vic Country side, nine country community FIDA (Football Integration Development Association) clubs are represented, with players hailing from both the CVGT Australia Northern Conference and Western Conference. Claiming the 2014 National Inclusion Carnival title and finishing third last season, Vic Country will look to run over fellow statesmen Vic Metro who is keen to extend its national championship winning streak and secure its third consecutive title. Leading the Vic Country side once again is head coach Matt Deegan, who says he is focused on helping his players develop into fine young men, both on and off the field. “We have formulated a really good squad this year and I am really happy with how the team is shaping up,” Deegan said.

“Win, lose or draw, I personally just want to see the boys have fun and create some life-long friends they can hang onto for the rest of their lives, that is what footy is all about.” Keep up to date with all the results from the 2017 AFL National Inclusion Carnival on social media using the hashtag #AFLInclusion

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Football Preview TIME FOR TIGERS TO LIFT By Simon McEvoy OUT of form, low on confidence and facing a tough run home, SEAFORD must fight like a cornered Tiger to hold on to its place in the top five. At 8-4 and in fourth spot, Seaford at a quick glance appears to be in good shape. But worrying back-to-back losses to lowly Chelsea and Mornington in the past fortnight – and games to come against Frankston YCW, Mt Eliza, Pines, Edi-Asp and Bonbeach – has even the most optimistic Tigers supporters a tad concerned. Seaford coach Ben Murphy was at a loss to explain the Tigers’ dip in form after last week’s 44-point loss to Mornington. “(We have) a lot of players down on confidence and not executing...I just can’t put my finger on it at the moment,’’ he said. “There’s no doubt we are down on confidence and with confidence it’s hard to get and easy to lose. Unfortunately we are losing it at the moment.’’ But with a new week comes new hope - and Seaford has the talent to turn things around. The Tigers, though, face ladder leaders FRANKSTON YCW today, it won’t be easy. The Stonecats (11-2) are playing with bundles of spirit and confidence. The Seaford response today and over the coming weeks will be worth watching. CHELSEA (5-9) has averaged 14 goals a game in the past three rounds as it continues its steady rise. Today the Seagulls go into a game it is expected to win, facing winless LANGWARRIN. Simon Mitchelhill, Todd Gardiner, James Brain and Josh Tripcony have been in good form for the Seagulls and again will play key roles today. Langwarrin looked like cracking its duck egg last week before being nabbed late by Karingal, and while the young Kangaroos aren’t far away from a win, time is running out. Keep an eye on promising youngster Zac Foot, who is a natural ball magnet and impressed on debut last week. It’s crunch time for MT ELIZA when it hosts PINES. The Redlegs have lost their past two games to slip to sixth spot, a game out of the five, and their finals hopes are fading. This is a must win game for Troy Shannon’s side. Pines is facing its own challenges, not least how to handle the loss of Aaron Edwards who has suffered a season-ending knee injury. The Pythons will look to Tim Bongetti, Brad Kiely and Dale Tedge to kick a winning score. The Pythons lost top spot when it was outplayed by Frankston YCW last week. Pines will look to turn the tables on Mt Eliza after losing to the Redlegs by eight points last month.

Running hot and with a nothing-to-lose attitude, MORNINGTON is the side that top five sides don’t want to play in the run to the finals. The Bulldogs (5-8, seventh) are in season-best form after big wins against Karingal (80 points) and Seaford (44). If they don’t make the five, they can definitely shape it. Today, Mornington hosts third-placed BONBEACH (10-4) which appears to be positioning itself for a serious tilt at the flag. But the Sharks will be wary of the Bulldogs. Bonny will need to curb the influence of in-form Mornington small forward Broden Bird, who fired off seven goals last week in an electrifying display. Warwick Miller, Emilio Bitters, Joel Miller and Jai Haddock are also in good form for the Dogs. Bonbeach was impressive in beating Mt Eliza by 25 points last week, with Owen Hulett slotting five goals in his most productive game this season. Win this and a top-three spot looks all but assured for the Sharks. EDI-ASP (8-5) are riding the crest of a wave and should be able to continue their march to the finals by beating KARINGAL at Frankston Park. While the Bulls broke through for their second win of the season last week, Edi-Asp have won five of their past six games to climb into the five and are one of the inform sides of the comp. In a significant boost, the Eagles regained the talented Michael Bussey last week and their best footy could be to come.



Football Preview BONNY RUNNING HOT IN THE RESERVES... BONBEACH (9-5) is flying, beating all comers with ease in recent times, including a comprehensive win over top team Mt Eliza last week. Joel Mulholland, Matt Taylor and Anthony Hogan are just a few Sharks in hot form, fuelling the side’s charge towards September. Bonny’s winning run should continue today against MORNINGTON. MT ELIZA’S undefeated streak ended last week and the Redlegs will be keen to bounce back strongly against PINES. The Pythons have won three of their past four, including a strong win over YCW last week, to climb to fourth spot. SEAFORD is looking to stretch its winning streak to 13 when it faces fifth-placed FRANKSTON YCW, which needs to dig deep after successive losses. EDI-ASP has been frustrated by a string of narrow losses but can return to wining form against KARINGAL. CHELSEA (4-9, seventh) showed plenty of spirit to win last week, with Daniel Aarsman and Matt Gardiner showing the way, and looks a strong chance against an out-ofform LANGWARRIN. BULLS AND EAGLES IN BIG CLASH IN THE UNDER 19s… After two untimely losses, KARINGAL (7-6, sixth) will be looking to rekindle its finals hopes when it tackles fourthplaced EDI-ASP. The Eagles are flying with James Hickey, Ben Ward and Campbell Ak in good form. LANGWARRIN (10-3, third) is looking for a fifth straight win when it goes to CHELSEA. Langy’s charge has been fuelled by Nathan Allen (21 goals), Lachlan Bayley and Bayleigh Tate while Zach Andrewartha, who has played mostly seniors this season, was a handy inclusion last week. Second-placed FRANKSTON YCW burst back to winning form last week, with Jarrod Sullivan slotting nine goals, and can go on with it against SEAFORD (6-7, seventh). Ladder leaders MT ELIZA hosts winless PINES in what is likely to be lopsided game. MORNINGTON is enjoying a purple patch, peeling off five straight wins, and it should continue against BONBEACH. Ryan Rose, Connah Carter, Hayden Anderson and Luke Ambler have been impressive for the Bulldogs.

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Chelsea Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Bonbeach Mt Eliza

Chelsea Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Bonbeach Pines

Last Round - 2 Matt Crozier AFL South East Online

Last Round - 1 Michael Voss RPP FM

Chelsea Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Bonbeach Mt Eliza

Bonbeach Chelsea Pines Edi-Asp Frankston YCW

Last Round - 1 Peter Skews Jacobs & Lowe

Ash Robertson Mornington Race Course

Langwarrin Seaford Edi-Asp Bonbeach Pines

Langwarrin Seaford Edi-Asp Bonbeach Pines

Last Round - 2 John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach

Last Round - 2 Simon McEvoy Leader Newspaper

Chelsea Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Bonbeach Pines

Bonbeach Chelsea Mt Eliza Frankston YCW Edi-Asp

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

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

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

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

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

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

Club Notes

Made the trip down to Edithvale last Saturday and whilst only coming away with 1 win still some positive signs. The 19’S got well beaten by a top side but again showed plenty of spirit. Short again due to injuries and Senior promotions they can hold their heads high. The Coaching staff should also be congratulated on the way they have managed the season under difficult circumstances, always putting the Club first. best were Baum, Haslem, Mokaraka, Knowles and Heurtau. The 2’s played really well to turn some good form into a win, they have been close over the last couple of weeks. Daniel Aarsman is starting to motor after being hampered by injury well into the season, he was well supported by Gard’s, Wheels, Drilla and Jordy Atwell who is having a great year. More wins in store here for sure as we get blokes back. In the Seniors we were in and out of the game and gave them some cheap goals at different stages, overall though we battled in right out again to almost give ourselves a chance in the last quarter. Fair to say they may have got the rub of the green at different stages but we need to be more disapplined both on and ( OFF ) the field. Best players were Mitchelhill, Gardner, Brad Clark , Brain and Dess. Presidents Lunch this week with guest speaker Gary Buckenara, make sure you get tickets, available on the day, also Player function Saturday Night ! Also thanks to Aspendale Trophies for donating the Corcoran Medal on Sat. See you at the Gullery !

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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

This week we take on Chelsea in another away from home game. We know that effort and endeavour will as always be part of our game, across all 3 teams. last week saw us take on Karingal at Mornington. A good tight and close win by the u/19’s saw us take out the chocolates by 5 points. Unfortunately this early win couldnt be replicated in either of the other games. Going into half time with a lead in the ones gave our supporters plenty of hope. In a scrappy affair though , with both teams knowing what was on the line it was Karingal who took out the points. A good game by Zac Foot and 4 goals by Keiran Albanese were amongst the highlights. If we stick at it , stick together and if we can convert our efforts to kick a decent score we should be well in the hunt this week against Chelsea. Lets hope that the club song can be sung by all three teams this week. “ And we’ll fight on till victory’s won “ Car Raffle : Please get yourself a ticket. The idea of a brand new car for a mere $20.00 per ticket is one that can’t be beat !!! See Big Kev for your chance to win.

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

Micheal Parker Zac Andrewattha Blake Peach Brendon Casper Shane Tanirau Andrew Taylor Ash Fenech Owen Uaongo Shane Paterson Mitch Mathie Teague Reeve-Graham Nick Tuddenham Jake Milward Shelton Rosario Corey Moore Luke Churcher Dale Binks Daniel Nash Jayden Johnsen Josh Biggs Josh Johnsen Josh Buxton Gerad Brown Jack Henderson Mitchell Porter Jason Curry Sam Schaede Andrew Johnson

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Sean Herdman Joel Bateman Haydn Golby Michael Hare Mitch Cuthbert Matthew Naughton Jimmy Johnson Blake Harkness Jack Minton Nathan Palmer Jack Roberts Cody Howard Dan Riley Andrew Borrie Aaron Marks Ant O’Rouke Nick Hammill Nathan Whyte Sean Ulbrick Kieran Albanese David Reardon Jake Prosser Adam Tate Adam Eggleston Lachlan Davies

Under 19’s

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Coach: Chris Stanley

Kyle Allen Jordan Ross Bayde Mate Tom Rogerson Matthew Peynenborg Ethan Watts Max Watters Rhys Whiteside Liam McDonald Josh Holloway Jacob Brooker


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Shannon Read Braedon Edwards Lachlan Bayley Kye Whitford Darcey Wilson Liam O’Halloran Josh Mack Nathan Kyle Riley De Martino William Davies Bailey Tate


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Nathan Allen Jacob Allan Ayden Collins Jack Lacey Harrison Boyle Thomas Branch James Longley Bailey Smith Josh Bateman



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

Seniors & Reserves

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 32 33 34

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

Club Notes Let us start with matters medical and the Club is thrilled with the progress Billy Coburn is making from his recent major heart surgery. Our thoughts and best wishes go out to the family Now with matters current and our 7 teams continue the trek to Utopia as Seaford joins us today at the ground named after John for some titanic contests To matters recent and last week, we motored to the amphitheatre named after prominent Councillor Eric Bell to engage in battle with the Pythons. The Ones provided a great exhibition of moving the air conveyance by hand and foot and won well. No 27 was best backed up by No 34, the youthful No 38 booted 5 whilst Nos 1 and 18 were impassable. The Ressies had a stumble, particularly after half time. No 58 continued his good form whilst Nos 41 and 44 tried hard - but a 4 goal defeat. The Unders bounced back to the winners list with a big win. Best were nos 32, 44 and 13 whilst No 22 split the big posts 9 times To matters of the round ball persuasion and the Kittens won all their games. Read the details elsewhere. To matters epicurean and the Collopy Club lunch is on July 29 (Karingal) and the guest speaker is ex Hawthorn great Gary Buckenara. On August 19 (Chelsea game) we have the John Silvester (aka “Sly of the Underworld”) lunch where he’ll expand on matters Underbelly style. Cost includes a two course luncheon and a two hour drinks package Finally to matters re imbibation and the rooms are open every Thursday from 5.00pm hosted by Lizzie

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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes Thank you to Phil Robertson & Robert Edgerton in arranging last weeks Sponsors day luncheon on at the club. It was great to be able to show our appreciation to our corporate sponsors but spewing about the senior footy in the 2nd half. Really appreciate our special guests, Local MP Sonya Kilkenny, CR Glenn Aitken & St Kilda livewire, Jack Lonie in attending. Big congratulations to the “Seaford Mayor”, Jack Underwood. Jack annoucened at the luncheon that he recently sold his business, “CarJack” automotives as his moves into adventure mode (formerly known as Retirement). Jack has been a massive part of not only the Senior Club but JFC as well. Thank you for all you’ve done in the past & continue to do to support our club Jack. Enjoy the next phase mate. Social dates 5th August is Bogan Bingo Night 19th August is 10k draw night. See Prez for tickets. Friday 22nd Sept - Club presentation night. Go Tiges! Ps. Great to have Don @ Advance Trophies to get on board for season 2017. Looking forward to a long partnership from another local sponsor.

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

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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




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

Club Notes

Back at Frankston Park today after 2 weeks at Mornington - big thanks to Morno as well for the use of their ground last week A better week last week - Wins to Seniors, Reserves, Senior Women, A & B Grade netball. The Unders let one slip but injury & illness is still affecting their numbers & team balance; also a number of Unders are getting their chance at senior level which will pay off in the long term The readies and Seniors were both good all day and both teams will be better for the win & up and about today. The Women have the week off Big thanks for your support to our 2017 Major Partners - Frankston RSL, RAMS, BMK, Pizza Fellas, Mornington Race Club, Decking Out Melbourne, Thompson Lucas Commercial, Bluegum, Sports Injury Clinic, Wignall Ford and CrownBet Make sure you get tickets in the major raffle - a 1 in 500 chance to win a new car is pretty good odds! Tuesday night this week we have SALT presenting their Healthy Club seminar which will be great for all players - 7pm @ clubrooms AFL Grand Final Lunch is all organised at Frankston RSL on the public holiday - see the web site for all details and Wally for tickets Karingal is the Community club of Choice #leaders #RedWhiteBOOM Bullpit

Under 19’s

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




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 our great partner @ the TELSTRA SHOP @ Parkmore. Great deals for all your mobile needs are in store now or visit online @ Another strong win from the senior team sees the boys back in the top 5. The forwards contributed 13 goals and are looking good in the run home. Our mids also controlled the game and our boys down back were solid as usual. Best players were T. Mannix, E. Macquire, N. Carlon, T. Woodbridge, C. Wylie, C. VanDyke. The reserves just missed again and are knocking on the door for a win. The boys should bounce back this week. Better players included R. Moor, J. O’’Neill, M. Byrnes, N. Gaunt, J. Chant. The 19’s scored another 100 point win and are a game clear in 4th position on the ladder. Tougher game this week but the boys are playing good footy. Best players were J. Hickey, B. Ward, C. Ak, M. Allen, M. Rouget, Z. O’Neill. The senior girls scored a good win and better players were M. Jones, K. Symons, B. Hanrahan, G. Rowe, J. Cochrane, D. Jankos. ***UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS *** Annual Club Ball - 22nd July - Rossdale Golf Club For full details visit our club events section @ *** 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.

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

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

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

Under 19’s Coach: Omar Ak

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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 17 Insert Name 18 Tim Simone 20 Zac Fatouros 21 Matthew Moloney 22 Andrew VitzdamJones 23 Zac Barrett 25 Lachlan Turner 26 Will Barron


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Tyler Brodie Cameron Neale (C) Harry Flavelle Ryan Francis Matthew Rouget Ethan Hersey-Kilner Zeke Jazownik Sam McRae Bryce Radford



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 Josh Hutchison 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 Leigh Sevcik Nick Barbara Ben Hill Josh Brown Jacob Brown Leith Pellisser

Club Notes

Last week we ventured to Seaford and the boys were positive that they could come away with the win. It was a tight 1st half with us going into the break only 2 points up then the boys lifted and kicked 5 goals to 1 in the 3rd to take a commanding lead and never let up in the last going home with a 44 point win. The backline was solid, Broden Bird did what all good small fowards should do & kicked 7 and as usual our best on ground was the likes of Wazza, Bits, Joel, Macca & Jai. In the Ressies playing second on the ladder was always going to be a hard game ,the 1st quarter was tough & we went into the first quarter about 6 goals down.The rest of the game was a struggle with Seaford being alot more stronger and more physical team ,but to the boys credit in the second half they kept on fighting and did not throw in the towel .Special mention to a few of the boys Kyle Bird,Jack Crawford and Zac Norman who as the year gone on are getting better with every game, well done boys. In the 19’s Seaford at home are always tough to get over. With a solid start we were able to control the game and keep Seaford at arms length for most of the match. Another really even performance from our group who are now consistently improving. We are now looking forward to the run home where we play some high quality opponents who are also on the up. All invited to the Comedy Night tonight - just pay at the door - will be a fun night! Go Doggies!!

Under 19’s Coach: Neil Craig

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



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Jayson Corbett Hayden Anderson Jacob Rowler Tom Wisneske Oliver Walsh Luke O’Connor Jack Crawford Lachlan Gorka Tim Susovich Brayden Webber Luke Ambler


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Tom Garrett Lachlan Sweetman Josh Small Ryan Rose Austin Lothian Josh Carter Sam Mourney Lachlan Mitchell Luke O’Sullivan Scott Hutchins Lachlan Hewitt



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

A strong club performance on Saturday. Against a benchmark club in the competition we achieved 2 out of 3 wins. The reserves winning streak continues as they dominated Mt Eliza, the undefeated ladder leader to record their sixth straight win cementing a spot in the top 3. One of the best reserves wins in recent history the boys all contributed and deserve to be ranked a real flag contender. The seniors bounced back after consecutive defeats. A dominate display poor kicking for goal kept Mt Eliza in the match. When needed though the boys responded with a strong final quarter to finish 25 point winners. Owey and Syksey were standouts in an even team performance. Saturday we hosted residents of local BUPA aged care-- Edithvale and Bonbeach. Our annual match day invitation saw residents and carers enjoying some social time combined with great Bonbeach hospitality. It was great to see Arnold, Bill, Damien, Honora, John, Keith, Jim & Dianna enjoy watching the game and thank you to the carers and staff Sue, Mark, Priscilla, Karen, Craig & Tracey who also enjoyed the game too. Even the players got involved to ensure the day was the best it could be. A visit to the football just isn’t possible for many elderly residents and we are thrilled to provide and engage through our association with BUPA. The Bonbeach Comedy Gala is THIS SATURDAY NIGHT. 3 Great comedians, live music and finger food. Tickets are only available via and can be purchased up till noon on Saturday. No ticket, No Entry. 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 23 25 26 27 28 29 30

Gavin Vassallo Mark Tyrell Gary Carpenter Nicholas Waterstone Sheldon Price James Murnane Shane McDonald (DVC) Jason Gumbleton Josh Bull Brad Sykes Justin Bennett Beau Bailey Owen Hulett (VC) Anthony Hogan Dale Donkin Trent Dennis-Lane Tom Hogan Jackson Sole Lachlan Gill-Renouf Jack Williams Lachlan Stenning Matthew Douglas Sean Campitelli Jason Ferraro Ben Casey Dylan Jones Jackson Casey(C) Ben Hogan Tim O’Shannessey

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Ezekiel Turner Jacob Flannery Todd Cracknell Max Bailey Joel Rippingale Jayden Cole Eammon MacCormack Matthew Taylor Darcy James Sam Rouette Cameron Green Nicholas Edwards Dylan Edwards Adam Nichols Damian Chabas Shane Cochrane Luke Damon Ryan Francis Sean Gales Mark Lacey (RVC) Mitch Barry (RC) CallumThompson Jake Tonkin Jack James Ashley McDonald Joel Mulholland

Under 19’s

Coach: Mark Thomas 1 Tom Reeves 2 Nathan Cochrane 3 Lachlan Stenning 5 Mason Lockett 6 Rhys Dicker 8 Declan Box 11 Taner Enez 12 Jack Wieland 13 Andrew Cochrane



15 Cameron Wenczel 18 Lachlan Harris 20 Aaron Ingram (C) 21 Steven Towan 25 Petro Vafeas 32 Sheldon Morgan 33 Tim Mullholand 48 Tyler Foreman 52 Kai Herbert


56 Kristian Dinas



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 Jack Nugent Zal White Brenton Lambert Nathan Ryan Rohan Heasley Mitch Anwyl Nick Strickland Kieran Rice Trent Radin Luke Daniel Aaron McIlroy Lyndon Curtis

Under 19’s

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


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


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

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

Club Notes

Today we congratulate Tim Groot on his 200th Game for the MEFNC. “Groota” came up through the MEJFC as an Under 9 and progressed through the Grades, including an U/18 Flag in 2003, when he played his first Reserves Game. Since then he has played in 4 Reserves Flags in ‘05, ‘06, ‘14 and ‘16. Alternating between full back and full forward, “Groota” has played 36 Senior Games and 163 in the Reserves. Well done to a popular Clubman on a fantastic career to date! Today we also see another product of the Juniors, Jordan Capkin set to play his 50th Game for the Club. Congrats Jordy! To last weeks results and the Unders got the day off well with a win but it was downhill from there. The boys started well, although inaccuracy in front of goals was an issue again. We led comfortably at 1/2 time 4.9 to 1.2 and then dominated the 3rd kicking 6.5 to 1.0 and a further 2.4 to nil in the last saw us win by 76. Forrest (4) and Hilly (3) led the charge with better players including Harry Cameron, Oscar Craig, Max Rea & Jimmy Logan. The Reserves suffered their first loss since Rd.7 2016 going down to Bonbeach by 7 goals, kicking just 1 for the day! Kenty was named Best, along with U19 Chris Burton, Groota, Hammond, Jacko, and Matt Lillie back from overseas. The Seniors were behind the eight ball early, kicking just 3 goals until 3 qtr time, although keeping the opposition to 8. We won the last qtr 6 goals to 4 but went down by 25 points. JV booted 3 and Harps and Freeman a couple each. Better players were 17 year old Tom Small on debut, Heasa, Lambie and Harps. Need a big lift today v Pines, who we welcome to Madsen Reserve. Sponsor of the Week: Leanne Porter (Barry Plant Real Estate - Main St Mornington) has been a Sponsor of the MEFNC since 1997 and we thank her for her continued and valued support. Leanne can be contacted on 0418 106 668. For all Club updates check out our Facebook Page or Twitter @mtelizafc Redleg #19

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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

The challenges keep coming and today is yet another. Our under 19s is a very young side with a lot of talent, but nonetheless young. We take on a side with seemingly endless numbers coming within their catchment. The character in our group is strong with an elite sportsperson as coach to guide the group. The football program is excellent and intent on continually improving, so these boys and future youth coming through will excel in the Pines FNC environment. Watch the game in this context. Our reserves have taken substantial steps forward with the inclusion of last years 19s, the return of former players, and some wonderful new players. All have bought in to the program which results in wins like last week. A big challenge against an undefeated top side. Enjoy and embrace it. The seniors side didn’t have a great day on the back of several changes which seemed to unsettle things. Some steadiness and returns this week should see a more resolute game from our talented group. Have a great day.

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




Good sports don’t let their mates drink and drive.


Round 1 - Saturday 8th April Round 7 - Indigenous Round Round 13 - Saturday 15th July Bonbeach 7.10.52 vs Pines 10.9.69 Saturday 27th May Bonbeach 12.15.87 vs Mt Eliza 9.8.62 Chelsea 5.7.37 vs Edi Asp 13.12.90 Bonbeach 14.7.91 vs Mornington 10.5.65 Edi Asp 17.15.117 vs Chelsea 12.13.85 Langwarrin 5.15.45 vs Karingal 8.8.56 Edi Asp 12.10.82 vs Seaford 16.17.113 Karingal 10.11.71 vs Langwarrin 7.11.53 Mornington 11.9.75vs F’ston YCW 14.13.97 F’ston YCW 13.13.91 vs Langwarrin 6.10.46 Pines 6.5.41 vs Frankston YCW 14.11.95 Mt Eliza vs Seaford 7.10.52 initiative Karingal 7.7.49 vs Mt Eliza Seaford 8.13.61 vs Mornington 16.9.105 A10.14.74 RoadSafe Victoria supported by19.12.126 VicRoads and VCFL Pines 21.12.138 vs Chelsea 10.9.69 Round 2 - Easter Round Round 14 - Saturday 22nd July Good Friday 14th April Round 8 - Quit Round Chelsea vs Langwarrin Edi Asp 6.12.48 vs Bonbeach 10.11.71 Saturday 3rd June Frankston YCW vs Seaford Frankston YCW 10.14.74 vs Mt Eliza 6.8.44 Chelsea 7.9.49 vs F’ston YCW 15.15.105 Karingal vs Edi Asp Easter Saturday 15th April Edi Asp 12.22.94 vs Karingal 6.7.43 Mornington vs Bonbeach Karingal 11.7.73 vs Mornington 14.13.97 Mornington 12.23.95 vs Langwarrin 4.8.32 Mt Eliza vs Pines Seaford 19.18.132 vs Chelsea 7.8.50 Mt Eliza 7.11.53 vs Bonbeach 12.8.80 Pines 13.20.98 vs Langwarrin 2.7.19 Seaford 15.8.98 vs Pines 17.13.115 Round 15 - Saturday 29th July Multicultural round Round 3 - Anzac Round Queens Birthday Weekend Frankston YCW vs Karingal Saturday 22nd April Saturday 10th June Langwarrin vs Mornington Bonbeach 17.17.119 vs Chelsea 10.5.65 Chelsea 11.6.72 vs Bonbeach 19.9.123 Pines vs Edi Asp Edi Asp 12.9.81 vs Pines 18.16.124 Seaford vs Mt Eliza Langwarrin 8.8.56 vs Seaford 17.13.115 Round 9 - Saturday 17th June Sunday 23rd April Bonbeach 22.14.146 vs Karingal 5.5.35 Round 16 - Saturday 5th August Karingal 10.7.67 vs F’ston YCW 17.8.110 Chelsea 11.4.70 vs Mornington 12.13.85 Bonbeach vs Frankston YCW Tuesday 25th April Langwarrin 9.11.65 vs Edi Asp 17.12.114 Edi Asp vs Langwarrin Mt Eliza 15.20.110 vs Mornington 8.2.50 Pines 10.9.69 vs Mt Eliza 11.11.77 Mornington vs Chelsea Seaford 11.5.71 vs F’ston YCW 17.21.123 Mt Eliza vs Karingal Round 4 - Saturday 29th April Pines vs Seaford Bonbeach 12.11.83 vs Langwarrin 8.8.56 Round 10 - Saturday 24th June Chelsea 10.10.70 vs Mt Eliza 9.10.64 F’ston YCW 10.9.69 vs Edi Asp 14.13.97 Round 17 - Saturday 12th August F’ston YCW 9.15.69 vs Pines 6.6.42 Langwarrin 5.8.38 vs Bonbeach 17.8.110 Chelsea vs Pines Mornington 14.13.97 vs Edi Asp 17.12.114 Mornington 9.9.63 vs Pines 18.9.117 Karingal vs Bonbeach Seaford 17.21.123 vs Karingal 9.10.64 Mt Eliza 11.16.82 vs Chelsea 8.4.52 Langwarrin vs Frankston YCW Karingal 9.9.63 Seaford 12.14.86 Seaford vs Edi Asp If you’re going tovshave a few drinks, Round 5 - Umpire Round Sunday 13th August plan ahead and arrange a ride with a Saturday 6th May Round 11 - Saturday 1st July Mornington vs Mt Eliza designated It’s driver – to someone Chelsea 7.14.56 vs Karingal 8.5.53 ok not be Ok who’s Edi Asp 12.5.77 vs F’ston YCW 16.15.111 not drinking Edi Asp 10.12.72 vs Mt Eliza 17.17.119 Round 18 - Saturday 19th August or who’s responsibly Langwarrin 4.10.34 vs Mt Eliza 11.13.79 F’ston YCW 15.16.106 vs Mornington 6.6.42 Bonbeach vs Seaford sticking to light. Pines 13.14.92 vs Mornington 1.5.11 Karingal 12.7.79 vs Chelsea 16.8.104 Edi Asp vs Mornington Seaford 12.14.86 vs Bonbeach 3.10.28 Pines 16.5.101 vs Bonbeach 10.6.66 Frankston YCW vs Chelsea Good12.14.86 sportsvsdon’t let their Seaford Langwarrin 10.17.77 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 7.7.49 vs Edi Asp 12.11.83 Sunday 27th August - EF & QF A RoadSafe Victoria initiative supported by VicRoads and VCFL Round 6 - Saturday 20th May Chelsea 14.12.96 vs Seaford 14.7.91 Sunday 3rd September - 1st & 2nd SF F’ston YCW 9.9.63 vs Bonbeach 12.17.89 Langwarrin 5.6.36 vs Pines 13.15.93 Karingal 9.9.63 vs Pines 17.16.118 Mornington 21.14.140 vs Karingal 9.6.60 Sunday 10th September - PF Langwarrin 9.5.59 vs Chelsea 14.10.94 Mt Eliza 7.5.47 vs Frankston YCW 8.11.59 Sunday 17th September - GF Mornington 13.12.90 vs Seaford 18.9.117 Mt Eliza 8.9.57 vs Edi Asp 8.17.65

Plan ahead, on and off the field

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





$20 to be paid by each player, buggy and club hire available please speak to Matt Craig to arrange this prior to the day. BBQ lunch after the everyone has finished their round of golf.

Opportunities are everywhere. With finals fast approaching there is a myriad of individuals vying for those precious finals appointments. The field umpires are honing their whistle blowing skills, the boundary umpires are running even faster between the behind posts and the goal umpires are practicing in front of the mirror (my mirror cracked it was put under so much pressure) just in case they get the opportunity to umpire on the big day. There have however been some fresh faces umpiring the big games each weekend and these umpires have earned their spots and performed well on their senior umpiring debuts. I include Field, Boundary and Goal umpires in this group. I believe however last week’s debut was the most anticipated of SUAs history. (Anticipated by the individual himself ). Rumour has it is that he slept at the ground on the Friday night before the game just so he wouldn’t be late. So, a big belated congratulation goes out to everyone’s favourite trumpet playing field umpire Daniel Shorthouse. Well done Shorty on your long awaited senior debut (11 years I am led to believe). You are proof that if you train hard and persist that any goal is achievable.

Should you wish to enter please contact the events team - Matt Craig or just catch up with him at fountain gate or seaford training. Presentation Night. Saturday 21st October Frankston RSL Tickets are free to registered running members $60 for partners. Only 240 tickets available so get in fast. Contact Phil at Fountain Gate or Rod and Robyn at Seaford to obtain the tickets. 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.

Upcoming events Annual SUA Golf day: When: Sunday July 30. Where: Bembridge 9 hole golf course. 125 Tyabb-tooradin road, Somerville. Time: 10am start please arrive at 9:15am so we can get organised.


Netball Preview Peninsula Netball Preview –

Mornington V Bonbeach

Round 14 2017

Mornigton welcomes the Sharks today to the sunny new courts & hope to secure a win to keep them in finals contention. Bonbeach were highly competitive last week against the Redlegs & might cause an upset today if their form continues.

Karingal V Edi Asp This week the Eagles head to the Bullpit to take on undefeated Karingal. Teams have come close however nobody had been able to claim victory over the Bulls. Will the 2016 premiers be able to do it today?

Chelsea V Langwarrin Today the Roos get the rest while their B, C & D grade teams head out to Rowans Road to tackle Chelsea.

Mt Eliza V Pines Mt Eliza today welcome the Pythons & hope to secure a win. They snuck home last week against the Sharks and are a game clear of the Bulldogs in fourth position Pines are sitting eighth on the ladder but have been competitive each week!

Frankston YCW V Seaford Match of the round! The Stonekittens have found some recent form & Seaford are sitting pretty in third position on the ladder. YC are currently 7th & a win today may just keep finals hopes alive!


Netball Notes Chelsea Seagulls

It was a dry but chilly day to match up against Edi-Asp in Round 13, but we were ready to take them on! After a strong win against Seaford in Round 12, the D girls had all the confidence to come out and give Edi-Asp a run for their money. Unfortunately for us they started strong and were ahead the whole game. The girls fought ahead to only go down by 24 points. We will learn from our mistakes and get ready for Langwarrin next week. C Grade played a stellar game which saw them take a 6 point lead at 3 quarter time! We welcomed back Sallie into the side, who was such a strong presence in defence. Perri played another great game shutting down her opponents. The girls can hold their heads high knowing they all played so well, unfortunately the end result didn’t go in our favour. B Grade- well what a ripper game by everyone! By far the best game I have seen from all 7 girls on the court! Katja really stepped it up again this week playing an important role in team. Brylee had another brilliant game earning best on court with her defensive pressure! The girls came back in the last quarter from 8 points down to only losing by 2, a huge improvement from our previous 36 point loss to Edi-Asp! Well done to all girls who showed up knowing it was going to be tough and really stepped up to the challenge. Everyone should be proud of themselves. The confidence boost will help us against Langwarrin this week..

Frankston YCW StoneKittens

Langwarrin Kangaroos Round 13 saw us travel to sunny Mornington to take on Karingal and we definitely took it to them! D grade cemented our first win of the day, dominating the game from the first minute to the final whistle. Standing tall in defence and accurate goaling caused the upset, with our Roo girls coming away with a 15 goal win. Up next we saw a mighty battle in C grade. It was tough contested netball and with scores level at half time it was anyone’s game. We almost lost our fight, but after a honest ‘wake up’ speech from our captain at three quarter time, something clicked. We produced an 11 goal turnaround to win the match by 4 and beat Karingal for the first time in many encounters. A huge team effort! With spirits high our B girls took to the court full of confidence, and started off extremely well. Our girls contested hard the entire match but unfortunately our winning streak came to an end. The final result however, definitely did not reflect how passionate and hard fought our girls played. To finish the day, our A girls took to the court. Defensive pressure in the goal circle was incredible, our run through the middle was dynamic, and young gun Emily proved her versatility when thrown into goals for the final quarter, and she did not disappoint. Eventually the girls went down by 10 goals, but all efforts were positively applauded! We look forward to taking on Chelsea next weekend with the determination to keep our winning streak and finals hopes alive! Go Roos!!

Last week against Pines the A grade girls started a little scrappy. We had a large number of opportunities that we didn’t convert from due to skill errors. Once we settled and started to play our game of netball, things fell into place. Our full court defensive pressure resulted in many turnovers. BOC goes to Erin for her constant hustle in WD and taking a number of crucial intercepts. The B grade girls also took some time to settle into the game and were unable to capitalise on turnover opportunities in the first quarter. Things fell into place in the second quarter with strong defensive pressure down the court and we were able to convert 6 out of 9 turnovers. BOC goes to Laura for her amazing defensive pressure. C grade girls had a great win 32 - 51 after a bit of a messy start and a few injuries! We were extremely consistent and rarely muffed the pass but when we did worked harder to get it back. Our pressure over the ball was great and our conversion rate was also great. BOC goes to Maxine for her continued work creating opportunities for us over and over again. D grade also had a solid win 42 - 7. We tried a few different combinations and a special mention to Zoe for jumping into the gaols last quarter. Our defence did what they do best! BOC goes to Ebony who has really listened and focussed on what she has been taught at training and put into action on the court! Great day with 4 out of 4 wins!


Netball Notes Pines Pythonettes

Mt Eliza Red Legs

Round 13 saw us celebrating our first lady to play 100 games for Pines Netball. Congratulations to Taschelle Archer a great achievement for a well respected player at our club. Our main aim is to go in to each game with a positive attitude and a belief that we can improve on a weekly basis. D grade girls are giving their all and coming off the court smiling, not giving up and improving immensely. A, B and C are bridging the gap on their opponents on meeting them 2nd time around which is great for their confidence. Its great to play at our home ground now as the support from our members and footy players is great to see on the side of the court. Off to Mt Eliza this week and another challenge we are looking forward to. Go Pythonettes

Edithvale - Aspendale Eagles The Foto First Round v Karingal. Thank you to Evan Ryder from Foto First in Church Street Brighton for sponsoring this round of netball. Evan was a dashing half forward flanker with a keen sense of the goals. A triple Premiership player(1999, 2000 & 2002), Best on Ground 1999 Grand Final, MPNFL League Rep & assistant coach in 2001, it’s great to see Evan’s continued support of our club. So for first rate service, high quality photo printing and processing, visit Foto First on Church Street, Brighton, and forever enjoy the special memories. This week the milestones keep rolling on! Congratulations to our youngest player ever, to play 50 games with the Eagles - Chloe! Chloe is still at high school & is a dual Premiership player, was voted best on court in the inaugural Dev grade grand final & is a club award winner. These are fantastic accolades for any netballer yet alone one so young. Well done Chloe! Here’s to many more games & a very bright future at the Eagles! Last week we played Chelsea & with over half our squad away or injured, it was great to see all teams got home with solid wins. The hi-light of last weekend was definitely the 1987 triple Premiership reunion at the Kenny Lyons Pavilion. It was great to see so many familiar faces reminiscing about the good old days! This week we have a huge challenge as we face the very professional Bulls outfit. Good luck girls & to all Eagle teams playing this week. Soar Eagles!!


We started Round 14 with a lovely team breakfast at the Coach’s house followed by a leisurely walk down to Shark Park to take on Bonbeach. With our form picking up at the right time we were confident of taking home 4 wins & we did just that. D GRADE were impressive from the outset applying exceptional defensive pressure. Krystal, Jordyn & Brianna all played well in goals while Olivia held strong in defence. Mounties took the 4 points (44-23). C GRADE followed on with a 17 goal win (47-30) & were dominant in all areas. Our mid court was great this week with Steph, Holly & Maddie playing the full 4 quarters, Lauren C was also impressive in defence. B GRADE played one of their best games for the season against a Bonbeach side determined to bring some physicality into the game. The girls however responded with pure skill while sticking to the game plan which saw them take the win easily in the end (56-27). Allana really hit her straps while Julia & Jamie did well in defence. Maddie got an opportunity this week & did a great job. A GRADE was a struggle this week, with 6 of our A grade players missing it was hard to find form, however the girls were really impressive how they stood up, worked hard and were still able to walk away winners despite being extremely undermanned (41-34). Well done to Ash in goals & Di for helping out. Julia starred in her debut which was a delight. We take on Pines this week at home, they are always a tough competitor & will bring their A game!!

Karingal Bullettes A big thank you to Mornington FNC for the use of their courts last week - great atmosphere being so close to the footy. Looking forward to season 2018 when we will be playing on our court at the Bullpit! Congrats must go to the boys who recorded a win & finished off the day nicely! A grade stepped onto a sunny court & took the four points. A poorly scheduled VNL game left us very depleted but the B girls stepped up & shone! One opposition spectator gave best on honours to Breeza! B grade handed out an absolute shellacking to Langy. Peyton shut down one goaler completely while at the other end Em & Mel dominated. Bridge can do no wrong & took to the court in both the A & B grade games. Unfortunately D grade were missing some key position players & also lost Geri to injury. C grade were neck & neck until late in the fourth quarter - hampered by some of our own position changes and a series of incredibly questionable umpiring decisions, went down by four goals. Fortunately this will not occur in finals & we retain our top 2 position. This week we welcome Edi Asp to the Bullpit. Four tough games are expected to play out! Congrats to Laura Mac on her wedding this week in Noosa! Another congrats to former Bull & superstar Matilda Garrett on a) her elevation to the Magpies playing roster for 2018 b) runners up representing the green & gold. Well done Til! #GOBULLS! #REDWHITEBOOM

Netball Notes Bonbeach Sharks *to be read to the tune of Where is the Love? By Black Eyed Peas* What’s wrong with the league here, People livin’ like netty just ain’t exist I think South East’s addicted to the footy, But us girls ain’t here to just talk and boogie Over here yeah we’re trying stop girls playin’ Same day in every grade but we got the league sayin’ It’s 8 games, no it’s 6 games up, Can we have some straight rules okay, k, k, k, yeah

C grade had a tough hit out but managed to hang on and win by 1 goal. We are depleted for players in the C grade at the moment and so thank-you to Emily, Chloe and Lucy for playing again in the C grade. Lucy who has been playing some pretty amazing netball that everyone has noticed and commented about D grade had a very convincing win against Seaford, beating them 49 to 14. Sam Kozoil who had a great goaling game, shooting at 83% and scoring 30 of our 49 goals. Again our defensive end worked hard and the goalers rewarded that work. We sit 5th on the ladder and are still well in contention for finals so keep working hard girls. Go Doggies WOOF WOOF

But if we only have love for the footy, Then we only leave space to forget bout netty, And that reform yeah it generated hate, We only got one page, netty girls be getting irate. Playing every Saturday demonstrate Exactly how netball works and operates Man, you gotta have courts just play the game, And without them everywhere is just being lame, Let your soul gravitate to the netball, ball, ball Danielle gets hurt but she ain’t crying, When we practise late every week; We can’t make dinners, we’re becoming sleek. Lowey, Lowey, Lowey help us, send some guidance from the club, cause the league has got us questioning’ where is the love (netty love) Where is the love (Netty love) Where is the love (Netty love) Where is the love, the love, the love #weout

Mornington Bulldogs

A grade girls got off to a slow start against Seaford to find themselves 10 goals down by the half time break. The girls found a way to lift and started to turn on a show in the second half. Sarah Pike proving to be a versatile asset to the side, playing in the mid-court and feeding the goalers effortlessly. Jess & Candace Page maintained relentless defensive pressure to afford the side the many turnovers they needed to get back into the game. It was Tess Cooper that was the standout who ran centre for the whole match. Once again the B grade side fought valiantly undermanned. Meg was brilliant in defence as was our other C grade fill-ins, Sarah & Melissa. Holly Newton played a wonderful game in goals for her first game back in 4 weeks.

Seaford Tigers

Round 13 Tiges v doggies What a round it was! Unfortunately our C and D grade sides were unable to take home the chocolates this week. Lisa had her best game of the season to be awarded man of the match in C. For b grade it had been a long time between drinks. Coming off the back of possibly their worst game of the season the girls looked like a completely new side and dominated the play. Each quarter the girls started off strong and got the early goals on the board but as we fatigued in the last couple of minutes of each quarter the doggies were able to capitalise on our mistakes and finish each quarter up. That was until the last quarter were our girls jumped out of the beaten up Holden commodore and put their foot down in their new Ferrari and floored it home to an 8 goal victory. Well done Tiges! BOG went to Vera who killed it in defence. Our depleted a grade side took the court knowing they were in for a tight battle but the girls wanted to cement their spot in finals and didn’t they do just that. The girls came out firing and finished the first quarter with a nice 6 goal lead and continued to slowly but surely add to it each quarter to follow. Congrats to Sarah who after playing 3/4 in B grade made her A grade debut slotting into centre seamlessly. This week we take on YCW (side note - does anyone actually know what that stands for?) and we are hoping to get a few runs on the board. Go TIGES!


Results Football



a grade

Karingal 10.11.71 def 7.11.53 Langwarrin Pines 6.5.41 def by 14.11.95 F’ston YCW Seaford 8.13.61 def by 16.9.105 Mornington Bonbeach 12.15.87 def 9.8.62 Mt Eliza Edi-Asp 17.15.117 def 12.13.85 Chelsea

34 def by 41 45 def 35 34 def by 52 51 def 38

Bonbeach Edi-Asp Karingal Pines Seaford

27 def by 56 33 def 31 63 def 24 28 def by 54 38 def 31

Bonbeach Edi-Asp Karingal Pines Seaford

30 def by 47 34 def 28 37 def by 41 32 def by 51 38 def by 39

Bonbeach Edi-Asp Karingal Pines Seaford

23 def by 44 39 def 15 15 def by 30 7 def by 42 14 def by 50

Mt Eliza Langwarrin F’ston YCW Mornington

b grade

RESERVES Karingal 8.12.60 def 7.7.49 Langwarrin Pines 10.8.68 def 7.3.45 F’ston YCW Seaford 14.20.104 def 3.4.22 Mornington Bonbeach 7.5.47 def 1.8.14 Mt Eliza Edi-Asp 5.9.39 def by 7.4.46 Chelsea

UNDER 19 Karingal 7.10.52 def by 8.9.57 Langwarrin Pines 2.1.13 def by 22.14.146 F’ston YCW Seaford 5.9.39 def by 6.11.47 Mornington Bonbeach 2.2.14 def by 12.18.90 Mt Eliza Edi-Asp 20.20.140 def 5.3.33 Chelsea

For full results


Bonbeach Karingal Pines Seaford Edi Asp - Bye

Mt Eliza Chelsea Langwarrin F’ston YCW Mornington

c grade Mt Eliza Chelsea Langwarrin F’ston YCW Mornington

D grade

Mt Eliza Chelsea Langwarrin F’ston YCW Mornington

Footy Stats “HOT SHOT” Leading Goal kicker

Club Championships Football Club


Snrs Res U19 Total

F’ston YCW 33 16 10 59 Mt Eliza 21 24 10.5 55.5 Seaford 24 24 6 54 Bonbeach 30 18 3 51 Pines 30 16 0.5 46.5 Edi-Asp 24 10 9 43 Mornington 15 7 8 30 Chelsea 15 9 2 26 Langwarrin 0 6 10 16 Karingal 6 2 7 15



Aaron Edwards Trent Dennis-Lane Tim Bongetti Justin Van Unen Joshua Butland Michael Meehan Peter McGettigan Kieran Albanese Jackson Calder Matthew McCormack

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

G T 0 2 1 3 5 3 2 4 2 1

54 50 41 38 37 31 31 26 25 24

reserves netball Team


Karingal 39 24 11 9 83 Edi-Asp 30 22 10 13 75 Mt Eliza 27 16 9 8 60 F’ston YCW 15 24 11.5 9 59.5 Langwarrin 21 9 8 10 48 Mornington 21 9 5.5 8 43.5 Seaford 30 7 3 2 42 Pines 6 9 0 2 17 Chelsea 0 8 4 2 14 Bonbeach 6 2 3 2 13



Michael Chaplin Thomas Lonie Max Bailey Rhys Chalkley Corey Peele Bradley Wakeling Nicholas McKinnon Jake O’Neill Jack Nugent Tyler Sigley

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

G T 1 2 2 2 2 1 0 2 0 1

27 23 20 18 17 15 15 15 14 14

under 19

combined Club


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

11 8 10 5 12 11.5 9 66.5 8 5 9 10 11 10 13 66 7 12 10.5 9 8 9 8 63.5 2 1 7 13 12 11 9 55 8 12 6 10 3.5 3 2 44.5 0 3 10 7 4.5 8 10 42.5 5 3.5 8 7 4.5 5.5 8 41.5 10 9 3 2 1 3 2 30 10 8 0.5 2 4.5 0 2 27 5 4.5 2 0 4 4 2 21.5










Jarrod Sullivan Lachlan Gorka Zack O’Neill Lachlan Street Matthew Peynenborg Andrew Silva Nathan Allen Harrison Scott Shannon Read Harrison Cameron

F’ston YCW Mornington Edi-Asp F’ston YCW Langwarrin Chelsea Langwarrin Mt Eliza Langwarrin Mt Eliza

G T 9 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 0 1

33 27 27 25 23 21 21 20 18 18


Ladders Football





% Pts

F’ston YCW 13 11 2 0 1171 787 148.79 44 Pines 13 10 3 0 1217 799 152.32 40 Bonbeach 14 10 4 0 1193 895 133.30 40 Seaford 13 8 5 0 1231 1023 120.33 32 Edi-Asp 13 8 5 0 1134 1040 109.04 32 Mt Eliza 13 7 6 0 994 813 122.26 28 Mornington 13 5 8 0 1015 1140 89.04 20 Chelsea 14 5 9 0 969 1337 72.48 20 Karingal 13 2 11 0 776 1298 59.78 8 Langwarrin 13 0 13 0 616 1184 52.03 0


P W D L F A Pts

reserves Team



% Pts

Mt Eliza 13 12 1 0 939 412 227.91 48 Seaford 13 12 1 0 942 466 202.15 48 Bonbeach 14 9 5 0 686 497 138.03 36 Pines 13 8 5 0 788 558 141.22 32 F’ston YCW 13 8 5 0 686 630 108.89 32 Edi-Asp 13 5 8 0 670 606 110.56 20 Chelsea 14 4 9 1 631 1007 62.66 18 Mornington 13 3 9 1 539 738 73.04 14 Langwarrin 13 3 10 0 581 858 67.72 12 Karingal 13 1 12 0 369 1059 34.84 4


P W D L F A Pts


Karingal 13 12 0 1 719 356 48 201.97 F’ston YCW 13 12 0 1 681 412 48 165.29 Edi-Asp 13 11 0 2 573 362 44 158.29 Mt Eliza 13 8 0 5 550 488 32 112.70 Mornington 13 4 1 8 505 522 18 96.74 Langwarrin 13 4 1 8 461 593 18 77.74 Pines 13 4 1 8 410 579 18 70.81 Chelsea 13 3 2 8 432 536 16 80.60 Seaford 13 3 1 9 413 594 14 69.53 Bonbeach 13 1 0 12 384 686 4 55.98

under 19 Team


Karingal 11 11 0 0 603 351 52 171.79 Edi-Asp 11 8 0 3 457 347 40 131.70 Seaford 11 8 0 3 472 436 40 108.26 Mt Eliza 11 7 0 4 491 460 36 106.74 Mornington 12 6 0 6 495 449 28 110.25 Langwarrin 12 6 0 6 464 465 28 99.78 F’ston YCW 12 4 0 8 447 481 20 92.93 Pines 12 1 0 11 409 615 8 66.50 Bonbeach 12 1 0 11 361 595 8 60.67



% Pts

Mt Eliza 13 10 2 1 1074 434 247.47 42 F’ston YCW 13 10 3 0 1077 339 317.70 40 Langwarrin 13 10 3 0 1188 520 228.46 40 Edi-Asp 13 9 4 0 1053 590 178.47 36 Mornington 13 8 5 0 883 672 131.40 32 Karingal 13 7 6 0 889 595 149.41 28 Seaford 13 6 7 0 932 726 128.37 24 Bonbeach 14 3 11 0 348 1611 21.60 12 Chelsea 14 2 12 0 431 1349 31.95 8 Pines 13 0 12 1 330 1369 24.11 2


P W D L F A Pts


F’ston YCW 13 11 1 1 561 377 46 148.81 Karingal 13 11 0 2 602 428 44 140.65 Edi-Asp 13 10 0 3 469 388 40 120.88 Mt Eliza 13 9 0 4 552 433 36 127.48 Langwarrin 13 8 0 5 591 462 32 127.92 Mornington 13 5 1 7 453 409 22 110.76 Chelsea 13 4 0 9 425 497 16 85.51 Seaford 13 3 0 10 468 532 12 87.97 Bonbeach 13 3 0 10 400 633 12 63.19 Pines 13 0 0 13 346 708 0 48.87


P W D L F A Pts


Edi-Asp 13 13 0 0 539 195 52 276.41 Langwarrin 13 10 0 3 477 213 40 223.94 F’ston YCW 13 9 0 4 448 272 36 164.71 Karingal 13 9 0 4 374 270 36 138.52 Mornington 13 8 0 5 385 275 32 140.00 Mt Eliza 13 8 0 5 450 347 32 129.68 Chelsea 13 2 0 11 282 473 8 59.62 Seaford 13 2 0 11 218 515 8 42.33 Bonbeach 13 2 0 11 193 472 8 40.89 Pines 13 2 0 11 163 497 8 32.80





















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