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Bendigo Community Bank MPNFL Update Round 16 2017 Welcome to Round 16 of the 2017 home and away season for both Peninsula FNL and Nepean FNL. AFL South East Competition Review The AFL South East Competition Review is now nearing to an end with the AFL South East Commission to meet next Monday for a presentation from the Review Panel. The Commission will then review the information presented with a decision to be made around mid-August on the competition structure. Finals Venues Announced 2017 will see football and netball finals action being played at many different venues across the Mornington Peninsula. Please see below for the venue allocated for each week of finals. Week 1 Saturday – August 26th NFNL: Football - QF @ Frankston Park PFNL: Football - EF @ Chelsea FNC Sunday – August 27th NFNL: Football – EF @ Tyabb FNC, Netball 2nd & 1st SF @ Tyabb FNC PFNL: Football – QF @ Frankston Park, Netball 2nd & 1st SF @ FDNA Week 2 Saturday – September 2nd NFNL: Football – 2nd SF @ Frankston Park PFNL: Football – 1st SF @ Chelsea FNC Sunday – September 3rd NFNL: Football – 1st SF @ Devon Meadows FNC, Netball PF @ Devon Meadows FNC PFNL: Football – 2nd SF @ Frankston Park, Netball PF @ FDNA

Week 3 Saturday – September 9th NFNL: Football - PF @ Frankston Park, Netball Grand Final @ Tyabb FNC Sunday – September 10th PFNL: Football – PF @ Frankston Park, Netball Grand Final @ FDNA Week 4 Saturday – September 16th NFNL: Football - Grand Final @ Frankston Park Sunday – September 17th PFNL: Football – Grand Final @ Frankston Park 2017 Presentation Night – Monday 4th September @ Mornington Racing Club Also, just a reminder that in 2017 the presentation night will be a combined night between both Nepean FNL and Peninsula FNL. 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. Themed and feature rounds coming up; 26th Aug – Sept 17th 2017 - Nepean & Peninsula FNL Finals Series Best of luck to all sides for this weekend.

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

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STARTING TIMES FOOTBALL U19’s: 10.00am, Reserves: 12.00pm Seniors: 2.00pm NETBALL U17’s: 9.00am, B Grade: 12.05pm D Grade: 10.00am, A Grade: 1.25pm C Grade: 11.00am

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Bendigo Community Bank MPNFL Update Round 16 2017 Female Kickstart, All Nations & Boormiul Trials begin The search for Victoria’s most talented Indigenous and multicultural female footballers has begun, with the commencement of the Kickstart, All Nations and Boorimul Program regional trials. Held in community venues across Victoria, the regional trials provide talented Indigenous and multicultural footballers with the opportunity to showcase their skills and be selected for one of three AFL Victoria diversity talent programs. The Kickstart and All Nations programs give Under-15 footballers from Indigenous and Multicultural backgrounds an opportunity to fast track their football development through a highly enjoyable on and off field program.

Please see below a list of trial dates and locations: • Bairnsdale – 26th of July at Bairnsdale • Mildura – 31st of July at Senior College Oval • Melbourne - 3rd of August at Ikon Park. • Dandenong – 7th of August at Shepley Oval. • Werribee – 7th of August at Werribee Football Club, Watton st, Werribee • Shepparton – 14th of August at Rumbalara Football Club • Ballarat - 16th of August at Saxon House, 1431 Mair St, Ballarat For more information on the Female Indigenous and Multicultural regional trials, please contact AFL Victoria on (03) 8341-6000

Selected players from the regional trials will form Victoria’s Female Kickstart and All Nations representative squads which will compete against the best players from across the country in the AFL National Female Diversity Championships later this year. In addition, the regional trials will also serve as an identification platform for the newly developed Female Boorimul Program. Drawing on similarities from the highly-successful Laguntas program for males, the Boorimul Program supports talented young female Indigenous athletes aged 16-20, to not only maximise their football potential, but also to engage with Australian Football through umpiring, coaching and administrative work in the AFL. Six regional venues will host trials across the state from July 26 - August 16 including Mildura, Shepparton and Ballarat, while two trials will be held in metro Melbourne at IKON Park and Werribee Football Club.

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Football Preview Do or die for Tigers & Eagles By Toe Punt Dromana is locked in battle in yet another RPP Match of the Round this afternoon when it plays host to Somerville. After winning seven games on the trot and going two games clear inside the top five, the Tigers have lost their past three matches to Frankston, Sorrento and Red Hill. Today is do or die for both teams and that is why it is so important that RPP FM (98.7FM) brings you all the live action. This is how it looks as we head into the all-important last three matches of the season. Red Hill, Dromana and Somerville are all on the same amount of points heading into the final three games (32). Red Hill has the superior percentage of 116.55, Dromana’s percentage sits at 113.03 and the Eagles are a fair way back on 102.41. Red Hill has the easiest of runs in their final three matches. The Hillmen tackle Devon Meadows this weekend at the Meadows, before finishing with matches against Crib Point and Tyabb. The loser of today’s game between Dromana and Somerville is finished for the season – they can’t possibly make it!


After the Eagles, Dromana plays Pearcedale and Rye in the final home and away games of the season. If Somerville can beat Dromana this weekend, they finish with games against Tyabb and Crib Point. DROMANA was very good against Frankston Bombers and Sorrento a few weeks ago but seemed to run out of a bit of steam against Red Hill. With the season on the line and playing in front of a home crowd, I expect that the Tigers will find a little extra today against SOMERVILLE. The last time the two sides played was in Round 8. Reece Wilde booted four goals and Sammy Fowler three while Hutchison, Clarke and Christie dominated in the Tigers 14.9.93 to 10.17.77 victory. Justin Allsop and Timmy McGenniss were outstanding on that day too for the Eagles with a couple of majors each. The Eagles were super against Devon last week and will be confident against the Tigers. They arguably should have won last time considering they had 27 scoring shots to 23. If the Somerville stars can all be at their best, the likes of Rolfe, Hogenbirk, Rowe, McGenniss, Allsop, McKenzie, Westermen, Sedgewick, Speedy, Crowe and Wilson, then Somerville wins. If ever there was a game for boom AFL recruit Andrejs Everitt to take a game by the scruff and dominate, this is it!

Football Preview HASTINGS simply has to put in a better performance than it did in Round 11 against SORRENTO today. On that day, the Blues managed just five goals from eight scoring shots while Sorrento had 42 scoring shots of their own, recording a 17.25.127 to 5.3.33 victory. Leigh Poholke booted five goals and James Hallahan and Corp three each on that sad and sorry day for the Blues. Hastings was O.K without being brilliant in its loss against Frankston a couple of weeks ago and last week it did what it had to do against Crib Point. Both teams come-in without their absolute best on the park, including Chris Dawes who is still suffering from a calf strain for the Sharks and Brendan Dunne out with an ankle for the Blues. Good to see Lance Brouwer back for the Blues while they’ll be keen to get Terry Green into the back half also. Green is a good match-up for Poholke. The Blues are a hard working team. The Sharks just have way too much polish. The other four games should all fall in favour of the favorites. ROSEBUD plays host to CRIB POINT in what you would expect will be a one-sided game. Great to see one of the stars of the competition in Keegan Downie back again last week and he is the icing on the cake to this side.

The Buds had five multiple goal kickers in their 16.20.116 to 7.8.50 win over the Pies when the sides met in Round 11. Ned Shannon starred for the Pies on that afternoon. Suffice to say that the Buds have had a very nice trip this season in terms of its draw and one can’t help but think it is looking forward to round 18 against Sorrento. However, it’s important that they remain focussed and continue to fine tune their game plan. The Magpies made no secret of where it was positioned at the start of the season and they have continued to play the kids – it’s the only way to improve your footy club when you can’t have 150 people at $80ph to a luncheon at every home game. It’s been a tough initiation for coach Brad Arnold but he has wonderful leadership and support around him. FRANKSTON BOMBERS beat RYE by almost 100 points when the teams met way back in Round 5. The challenge for the Demons is to see how far they have come since that 3.8.26 to 17.19.121 thrashing. It’s a big test for the young Demons but one thing we know is that coach Josh Moore and his charges will embrace the challenge. The Bombers are a slick operation. They have the talent to win the whole box and dice.



Football Preview When it clicks, and it hasn’t yet, they have the ability to slip into a higher gear. TYABB and PEARCEDALE should be a cracker. There was less than a kick in it a few weeks ago and there won’t be much in it again this week. The Yabbies were a little disappointing against Rye last week and one would hope that they will rise to the occasion on home turf today. The Panthers have struggled again all season and it will be a challenge for them at Tyabb. DEVON MEADOWS host RED HILL and the difference between these sides will be consistency across four quarters and leg speed. The Hillmen won’t stop running for 100 minutes and whilst the Meadows will hang on for a while, they won’t be able to go the distance. Red Hill has showed tremendous resolve in the past couple of weeks – backs against the wall, the Hillmen have responded. I questioned whether they had that selfbelief and desire – those questions have been answered. Now they need to remain focussed on the prize. The hard work isn’t done yet! There’s still a spot in the finals that needs to be locked away. The Meadows have battled bravely in what has been its toughest season.

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

Haydn Parsons MPNFL Operations Rosebud Red Hill Dromana Frankston Tyabb Sorrento Last Round - 5 Toe Punt RRP FM Somerville Pearcedale Rosebud Sorrento Red Hill Frankston Last Round - 5

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

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

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

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

Sam Adams Brad Arnold Dean Warry Zack Condick Danny Vercoe Zach Vines Daniel White (RC) Zak De Kleuver (VC) Nick Rutherford Luke Herrington Waide Symes (VC) Billy Tovey Ben King Mitch Stansborough (C) David Cook Neil Clark Paul Smith Jayden Deas Shayne Ainsworth Riley Clifford Jacob Cook Brodie Hill Jayden Espenchied (RVC) Brendan Phillips Jack Johnson (RC) Tim Cook Brad Davidson Liam O’Connor Elliott Avis Trystan Precht

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Jake Bromley Ethan Smith Joel Wisken Paul Dadds Daniel Briggs Joel Monger (RVC) David Macintyre Beau Monty Mark Cairns Ben Wigan Mitch Chopping Taylor Stratton Matt Hogan Gordon Frankel Nick Blogg Kyle Arnott Cal Campbell Beau Baker Tyler Wilton Marty Berryman Tim Malcolm Kye Espenchied Jon Flack Sam Hodic Mitch Kleinig Mathew Sloper

Club Notes

The under 19’s opened the day with a strong performance against Hastings. Aaron “Saus” King and Harri Dekleuver were prominent all day swapping through the middle of the ground and up forward, each finishing with 4 majors to their name. Ryan “stix” Regan also played well controlling the wing and providing drive into the forward line. The magpies finished with a 10 goal win and will be looking for another win this week against Rosebud. The reserves side were slow to start the game against Hastings but a couple of miraculous goals from Gordon Frankel and Mark Cairns allowed them to pinch the lead at quarter time. A few familiar faces in Mat Wappett, Dan Wise and Cal Holt took the field for the reserves side for the first time this year all providing good efforts. Hastings ran away with a 42-point win after a strong last quarter. The reserves will be hoping they can run the game out better this week against Rosebud. A reasonable start for the senior side fell away after inaccurate kicking for goal in the first term allowed Hastings to gain the ascendency. They took full advantage finishing 104-point victors. Young gun Aaron Whitford stepped in for his first senior game for the club and played good across the backline. Ned Shannon and Mitch Chopping also played well for the Crib Point side down back and up forward respectively. This week the side will be hoping that they can bring a stronger performance against Rosebud. Go Crib!!

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


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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

The last couple of weeks off the field have really highlighted our traditions and sense of community. The past players & premierships reunions we wrote about last week, a real highlight. Last week’s “Ladies Do Lunch” function was special for lots of reasons – the Social Rooms looked like the Windsor dining room; the guest speakers who totally inspired, were two home grown wonders – well done Monique & Amanda; and to the men braving the elements on the verandah it was clear a great time was had by all! During the previous week we also had the great news that Adrian has accepted the clubs invitation to continue his great coaching work in 2018. On the field the seniors dominated Pearcedale from the get-go, but not without an early fight from the Dales. Inspired to give Spoons a win for his 200th they had 43 scoring shots to 13 and a dozen goal kickers. The champ himself was adjudged best along with Sean, Rosie, Seb, Keegan & Bart. The Development Squad methodically took their opponents apart in a 10 goal 3rd quarter. They were given every opportunity down forward by DC, Jordan, Lachie, Schwindy, Benny G, and Matt. The Unders again missed out on a game for the 4th time – where is the leadership from AFLSE on this issue??? A vote for AFLSE Option 1 or 2 is a vote to kill Under 19s & netball! Tonight’s Bizzare Gazzard function will be a cracker and get your ticket to hear the Macedonian Marvell, Peter Daicos at the Presidents Lunch on 12 August. #HandsOffMPNFLFootyNetball! Go Buds!

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 Campbell Hustwaite 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

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




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

Seniors & Reserves 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

Club Notes

On behalf of everyone at DMFNC i would like to extend a big welcome to all of our valued sponsors today. Without you we wouldn’t be able to field a side each week, and we look forward to your continued support for 2018 and beyond! Hopefully you enjoy the hospitality in the rooms all afternoon, and some entertaining football out on the paddock. Speaking of 2018, we had some fantastic announcements at last weeks Comedy Night with the re-appointment of Mouse as Senior Coach, John Percy as Reserves Coach and Luke Harris as u/19’s Coach. Makes me happy as a supporter to have our coaches locked and loaded for 2018 and I’m sure under Mouse, the club has a bright future ahead both on and off the field. We welcome Red Hill to our patch today, they are fighting for a spot in the 5 so it’s our chance to have an impact and make it hard for them. We owe them one from earlier in the year so looking forward to a tough, physical contest. With 2 home games to go make sure you grab your tickets in the Major Raffle: Only $10 a ticket – See Marty for your tickets. Prizes Include: * 5% Share in Racehorse with no training fee’s for the life of the horse. *1 weeks accommodation in Port Douglas (Sleeps 6-8 ppl) Valued at $3.5K. *W&M cabinets Unit valued at $2K. *Cranbourne Mowers voucher of $500. Stick around for a drink tonight in Flano’s Bar, always a good atmosphere, acoustic tunes and freshly cooked meals for dinner. See you back here next week when we take on the Bombers.. Go Meadows!

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




RED HILL HILLMEN Ground Red Hill Showgrounds Arthurs Seat Rd, Red Hill Mel: 190 H4 Phone 5989 2500 Colours Red & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

What a great weekend with the girl’s football team having their first win for the club. With the seniors regaining their place in the five, and the 2s and U19s consolidating whilst the netball girls taking all before them there wasn’t much more that we could have asked for. Today the19s have the morning off, but the senior sides have it all to do with the Tigers and Sommie breathing down our neck, and the Yabbies nipping at our heels. Don’t forget the 20th September Jonathan Brown and Sam Pang Luncheon. Tickets will be available on the trybooking .com website shortly. This will be a sellout so set the day aside. GO HILLS Sponsor: PARINGA ESTATE Winery

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

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



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


11 Luke Martin 12 Sam Childs 13 Billy Geurts 14 Dan Vance Timothy Stepanavicius15 Wade Chanberlain 16 17 Aeron Morgan 18 Will Hamill 19 Ben Olfers 20 Sam Cashin


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


Today’s game against Somerville may determine whether our Senior team finishes 5th, 6th or 7th and is sponsored by Global Plumbing. Last week saw all our teams lose with the U19s unable to find a way to put a meaningful score on the board with Red Hill converting with ease. The reserves had the scores tied at the last break but unfortunately went down by two late goals. The senior game started well with Dromana holding an eleven point lead at quarter time in very windy conditions. With the wind favouring the club room end it was hoped that Dromana could build on their first quarter lead but poor kicking let Red Hill back into the game and we were only up by 7 points at the major break. The second half saw Red Hill outscore us 5 goals to 2 and Dromana were unable to get their game going eventually losing by 13 points and possibly seeing any chance of finals football fly out the door. We now sit in sixth position on percentage and on equal points with Red Hill and Somerville who have relatively easy runs to the end of the season. So today’s game is vital in getting the break on Somerville and we need a percentage boost over the remaining three rounds Last Saturday night saw the club hold its Mid-Season Ball which was well attended with everyone having a great night. See Graham Stelling, Ron Hunter or Steve Vosti for a Major Raffle tickets which are on sale now. The draw will be held on the 10th September. GO TIGERS!!!

Coach: Braeden Dennis 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Club Notes

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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Massive game today at Dromana! With a mathematical chance of making finals for the 1s we MUST win, it has been a number of years since we have been down at Dromana, so we need to put our best foot forward. Last week saw us get 2 from 2, with the U19s having a bye. The 2s finally, with some numbers back had a good win against Devon. The first half was a great performance. Against the wind, we managed to keep Devon to 3 goals and scored 1 ourselves and then when it was our turn we used it well kicking 7 to 1. The boys ran out 29 points winners which was great for the morale of the team. Luke Burton once again starred. The 1s kicked with a gale in the first quarter and poor kicking kept Devon in the game. 5-8 in the first wasn’t the start we were looking for. At one point we were 9-18 with Devon only 21 points down and kicking with the wind in the last. We finally hit our straps kicking the last 5 goals of the game to run out 38 point winners and bagging the valuable 4points. Yesterday was our GolF Day and it was great to see so many able to get the afternoon off and play golf with your mates and earn some money for the building fund. A really big thank-you to Merksey for organizing the event again. Don’t forget ladies lunch next week against Tyabb @ home.

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 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

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 Luke Rowe Andrejs Everitt Travis Finn Bryce Kellerman Kane McKenzie Tom Beckett Corey Dow Jake Wilson

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

Under 19’s

Go Eagles - Elwin

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

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 Page 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

Club Notes

We came up against the benchmark club last week and fell short in all 3 games. The most important factor is the lessons that we can learn, work on any shortcomings & improve our strengths for a strong run home & then a successful tilt at the finals. Every player needs to get behind our coaches and strive to improve individually and collectively. Certainly loved Malf’s barrel to the centre circle, goal from the pocket, Kinga standing on a Sharks head and Zac’s work up forward. Not so keen on Beau’s tape bill after the game and Musto’s pyramid might not be our defensive zone, but where he lives. Tickets for Luke Hodge & our Businessmans Lunch on August 11 are just about all sold. If you see Batty today he will be able to fit you in, but don’t waste time or the ship will sail without you. Our last home game is going to be massive for a host of reasons and so come on down & join in the day. It is Bombers “love your sponsor” round as we acknowledge the support of the best group of sponsors on the Peninsula. Players, invite your personal sponsor down to the footy as a gesture of thanks and maybe even shout them a drink. Round 18 will also see the unveiling of a new naming plaque for the Norm Parker Pavilion. The Parker family dominates the history of our great club & this honour will be a fitting recognition of Norm’s tireless contribution. Can’t say too much, but there will be another homage to a club great on the day, be there to show your support to a Bomber legend. GO BOMBER

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



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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

OKTOBER FEST in July was a great success, well done to Rach, Sarah, Jodie and Doogie, for organizing such a great night. Steins went well and those that dressed up, you all looked amazing. Last week we only had the two games. A great win in the seniors, against a team that were trying to make in 2 on the trot. Oscar Whitty and his partner in crime, Ben Trivett had outstanding games closely followed by older brother Harry Whitty. The skipper was superb all day, and another great game to Adam Kirkwood, while Harrison “Spider” Wilson was back to his best. The reserves are playing some good footy and nearly got the chocolates, going down by 10 points. Tim Churchin was BOG, with Clayton Barnes stepping up from the U/19’s played a perla, along with “Roaming” Jarvis Anderson. Doogie, Cam Dunn and Matt Wylie were all in the best. Some say Matt Wylie was also BOG Saturday Night. Congratulations to Corey Peterson in winning through to the next round of Game Face’s U/19 longest kick competition with a 64m bomb, just pipping Gus Gordon on 61m. Major Raffle time is on and we are selling tickets, please see any player or committee person. Only 800 available, $35,000 1st prize and 5 prizes of $1000. Only $100 per ticket, drawn at the club on Sunday October the 15th. Free drinks and lunch to all ticket holders. Don’t forget both the football and netball Presentation Night, will be hold on Saturday September the 23rd at the Rye RSL.$60 per ticket and they must be pre purchased.

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 Nathan Hardy Matt Dunn Daniel Kendall

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



TYABB YABBIES Ground Bunguyan Reserve Frankston-Flinders Rd, Tyabb Mel: 148 J9 Phone 5977 4613 Colours Maroon, Royal Blue and Gold

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Mark Paganoni Reserves Coach: Matt Hose 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

Darcy Underwood Trent Wreford Brad Harbinson Jake Anderson Ethan Rahilly (C) Brady Boer Brock Regan Riley West Corey Robinson (RC) Tim McGrath Tyson Sparkes Rowan McGrath Brad Williams Chris Harris Kane Johnston Theo Oostveen Andrew Whalley (RC) Logan Pearson Jack Doman Dan Culnane Sean Miller Adrian Clay Chanel Latoia Mick Altenkirch Simon Rahilly Matt Dimkos Paul Ransom Trevor Jarvis Josh Simpson Liam Rogan Geordie Scott

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Jake Beckwith Darcy Sawyer Paul Makris Jordan Alves Josh Chalmers Jarryd Hendrikx Jordan Crossley Jake Gaillard Callum Morris Harry Jones Hayden Coulter Laz Cuttriss James Holland-Burch Scott Torpy Aaron McGough Sam Barrington-Smith (RVC)

Dylan Burstall Jayden Regan Nathan Buchan Nick Cox Dan Nicholls Matt Brock Jackson Cox Jock Jones Josh Coulter Jarryd Wetzel Rocky Gittens Lachlan West Tyson Wilson

Club Notes

We travelled to Rye with high expectations in windy conditions that would test both teams, it was Rye that had the edge. The first qtr was an even contest with both teams desperate for the ball. By half time Rye had the lead by 24 points and were showing their class. The second half we couldn’t match the quick ball movement and pressure applied by Rye and the end result was a strong win to Rye. Better players for the day were Wrenford, Williams, Cox, Rahilly and West. With good numbers at training this week we must regroup quickly as we take on Pearcedale at home today in a big test for our young team. Nothing less than 4 qtrs of hard contested football is expected today. Reserves - It was another wild and windy day which would make it very hard for both teams to execute any clean skills. With Rye having first use of the breeze they were able to jump to a three goal lead at quarter time. This was erased quickly with Dimkos kicking three himself in the first part of the quarter. It was going to be a test to see who could make the most of the wind in the second half and it was Tyabb who were able to kick the first three goals of the last quarter to edge ahead by 10 points in a tough day for both sides. FUNCTIONS -HYPNO NIGHT tonight after the Women’s Footy match. UPCOMING - LIP SYNC BATTLE get your crews sorted! NIP! NIP!

Under 19’s

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


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


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




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

Club Notes

What a fantastic week off the park the Dales had last week with the Under 10s from the Juniors coming to training and many of our players attending Junior training on Friday night. Today we travel to Tyabb. Let’s hope we have a better day on the park! Tonight the iPod Shuffle night $15 a song. Spot prizes throughout the night and the grand prize if your song is played first after midnight. Dress up and performances encouraged. See Nick Garrett, Luke Murray, Emily Hansford or Katie Mitchell. Loads of songs have already been snaffled up so get your choices in now. August 12 Past players and officials day. Spread the word around and let Karen know if you can attend. All sponsors and player sponsors are welcome on this day as well. Sunday August 20 Girls are playing on the front oval from 10.30am. Major Draw from 1pm. $100 per ticket for a couple. Beer, wine and soft drink and food provided. Jumping castle and face painting for the kids and games for the adults. A chance to win the major prize. Celebrate the end of the season. If you would like a book of 5 to sell please contact Karen (0407853595) or by email. Tickets are also available from Mandy Steadman, Sharon Bravo and the committee or players. September 15 Presentation Night. Join all of the the Pearcedale Football Netball Club in the rooms from 6pm for a 7pm start. Tapas menu and drinks at bar prices. Get your tickets from Mandy, Karen or Sharon in the rooms. $30 per head or a double for $50.

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



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




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

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Troy Schwarze Co-Coach: Chris Dawes & Luke Tapscott Reserves Coach: Brad Phillips 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

Shannon Gladman Luke Tapscott (C) Trevor Mattison Justin McCleary Jack Falck Zac Byrns Leigh Poholke (VC) Chris Dawes Jonathon Caspar 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

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Jayden Tomkins 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 Jake Main Jayden Seers Max Killey Kooper Walker Harry Carter Dan Hickey Michael Pattison Mitchell Murgia Rikk Feldhofer Sam Duewel Jon Dixon

Club Notes

It was a big game for the unders to stay in contention and they didn’t disappoint. It was a fast start with the wind and that set the tone for the 4 quarters. This group has grown over the season and are getting a real belief. Our destiny is in our own hands and it would be a brave person that a put a limit on how far they can go. Another big challenge today before the weeks rest, leave nothing in the tank. The Scoobs continue to get the job done, no matter how big or small. Frankston at Frankston may have been a mountain to high to climb in years gone by, this year it’s a challenge to embrace. It’s been a super season so far but as the wins continue to stack up, the determination of the opposition to knock off a top side grows also. That ensures a solid hit out each week which will hold us in good stead moving forward. For the second week in a row the seniors had a really good hit out against a quality opponent. When the heat was applied the Sharks took it up a level and came away with a good win in the end. The challenges continue to come and today will be no different against last year’s premiers. Bring it on. Thought of the week: If you rip a hole in a net, does that mean it has fewer holes than previously!

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 Mike Washington Mitchell Voigt Michael Walker



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Zak Stolz Lee Chapman Broady Fernee Bronson Corrin Kayne Gipp Storm Bobridge Jett Erceg Jay Blair ( C ) Chance Bobridge Harrison White Bailey Holt Jed Goss


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Aonghus McNamara Lachlan Robinson Chris Croad Liam Bradshaw James Guillot Aaron Hamzsak Finn Callaghan



HASTINGS BLUES Ground Thomas Barclay Oval Marine Pde, Hastings Mel: 154 H8 Phone 5979 1740 Colours Royal Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

What a great day last Saturday was with a very successful ladies day, and a well attended past players day, to top it off a couple of good wins in the footy, and a packed social Club after the game, this is what playing your local rivals is all about, its a pity that the powers that be at the AFL South East, were not in attendance, because if the league have their way, that will be the last game between Hastings and Crib Point for some time, and that will be sad!! The unders came up against the 3rd placed Magpies, in terrible windy conditions, they toughed the game out but just were out classed, the Reserves had another good win and have hung onto 3rd spot, but need to keep winning to ensure they play finals, percentage may play a part, so keep working at it boys. The seniors recorded a very strong win against the young Crib team, and have climbed back into 3rd, but like the ressies, need to keep winning to keep that double chance alive. Sorrento this week, lets ensure we play to our best in all grades, then the results will take care of themselves. Functions 23 rd Sept Presentation night 30th Sept AFL Grand final breakfast Head to Head Played 155 Sorrento 86 Hastings 69

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

Under 19’s

Coach: Laurie Howard 1 Alex Clemens 2 Shelby LothianBurdett 3 Jack Winton 4 Lachie Gibbs 5 Lachy Barton 6 Ben Paarlberg 7 Pat Langdale 8 Joel Taylor



9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

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

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Taylor Harrison William White Sean Hewitt Michael TannerBennon 27 Thomas Lanyon 28 Jake Bailey 29 Matt Foy





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 14.15.99 vs Devon Meadows 5.9.39 Hastings 5.3.33 vs Sorrento 17.25.127 Somerville 12.18.90 vs Frankston 12.10.82 Pearcedale 12.11.83 vs Tyabb 11.13.79 Red Hill 13.20.98 vs Rye 5.7.37 Rosebud 16.20.116 vs Crib Point 7.8.50 Round 12 - Pink Round Saturday 8th July Devon Meadows 22.15.147 vs Pearcedale 7.12.54 Frankston 17.11.113 vs Red Hill 10.8.68 Rye 9.10.64 vs Hastings 23.12.150 Somerville 8.6.54 vs Rosebud 20.15.135 Tyabb 10.16.76 vs Dromana 23.10.148 Sorrento 26.20.176 vs Crib Point 5.13.43 Round 13 - Saturday 15th July Crib Point 10.12.72 vs Devon Meadows 14.14.98 Dromana 11.9.75 vs Frankston 13.19.97 Hastings 26.17.173 vs Pearcedale 9.8.62 Rye 11.14.80 vs Somerville 15.12.102 Tyabb 7.5.47 vs Rosebud 12.19.91 Sorrento 21.15.141 vs Red Hill 12.7.79 Round 14 - Saturday 22nd July Devon Meadows 8.11.59 vs Tyabb 10.6.66 Dromana 10.7.67 vs Sorrento 11.9.75 Hastings 8.12.60 vs Frankston 8.16.64 Pearcedale 13.12.90 vs Crib Point 8.9.57 Rosebud 17.15.117 vs Rye 9.5.59 Red Hill 13.12.90 vs Somerville 7.11.53 Round 15 - Multicultural Round Saturday 29th July Frankston 6.7.43 vs Sorrento 9.13.67 Hastings 20.12.132 vs Crib Point 3.10.28 Red Hill 8.11.59 vs Dromana 6.10.46 Rosebud 19.24.138 vs Pearcedale 8.5.53 Somerville 15.20.110 vs Devon M10.12.72 Rye 19.12.126 vs Tyabb 6.8.44 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


Stingrays “STINGRAYS SLIP UP AT FRANKSTON” ROUND 14 MATCH REPORT The Dandenong Southern Stingrays’ run of wins has come to a grinding halt after a heart-pounding 2-point loss to the Gippsland Power in Frankston on Saturday afternoon, going down 14.8 (92) to 14.10 (94). With the Armageddon of winds forecasted for Saturday, the day at the beach at Frankston was always going to be tricky, with the wind favouring the city end by around four goals as well as favouring the Grandstand side of the ground. Gippsland were the better team for most of the day, however they struggled to capitalise on the scoreboard, keeping the Stingrays close enough in the game to nearly snatch it in the dying minutes. Dandenong’s trademark attack on the football was also severely lacking, with the young Rays looking lethargic and missing for significant parts of the match. This in part may have been the loss of two of their hard-nut players in the first quarter, in Ali Zijai (ankle) and Captain Joshua Bateman (blurred vision from a head knock). Gippsland collected the largest part of possession around the ground, and Dandenong were simply unable to keep up, giving away undisciplined free kicks and making poor decisions. The Stingray defence did perform marvellously, with Mason deWit, Jesse Davies and young gun William Hamill once again stand-outs. Through the middle there was a standout, that being Hunter Clark who accumulated 34 possession’s, 16 handball receives, 7 clearances, 10 inside 50’s, 4 rebounds along with 2 goals to be named best afield on the day. Also, particularly noteworthy was big man Tom Dekoning, putting in his best performance of the year, amassing 42 hit outs, and providing the Stingrays with some muchneeded tall timber in marking contests, especially in the last quarter standing tall. Riley Darcy was again the most dangerous Dandenong forward, supported by Campbell Hustwaite with both bagging 3 goals, but with mediocre support around the ground, the Stingrays never really deserved to win the game. Unlike the previous 6 weeks the entry inside the forward line was shallow or wide, with the midfielders unable to hit up the leading targets. “Gippsland definitely had much more intent around the footy, and were willing to work a bit harder around the contests,” admitted Craig Black after the game. “ “The third quarter they took all their chances in front of goal, but I thought we’d done enough to match them giving ourselves a real chance in the last to run away with it.” “It’s a tough competition, we know that. Today we left our run late and as a group we want except it, we want to have a winning culture as part of our development of players. We let ourselves in a couple of areas, which we will address on Tuesday- then focus on the Pioneers.”


The first term didn’t start well for the Rays, as Gippsland opened the scoring from a free kick but it was quickly rewarded with back to back goals to Campbell Hustwaite. Unfortunately for the Power, goalkicking let them down, as they could have blown Dandenong away with the aid of the strong first quarter breeze, with the scores at quarter time, 2. 7 (19) to 2.1 (13). The second term continued much as the first did – this time the Stingrays dominating the scoreboard. The midfield pressure from the Stingrays gave first use to the forwards who slammed on six goals, with the defence only allowing 3 goals to see the Stingrays lead by 13 points at the half-time break. The third quarter was genuinely disastrous for the Rays – while they continued to give away stupid free kicks and make poor decisions under pressure, Gippsland regained the lead, booting six goals, seemingly unimpeded this time by the wind as they took all their chances in front of goals. There was a distinct lack of urgency in the way the Stingrays were playing – and despite terrific individual efforts from swinging utilities Mitch Cotter and Hunter Clark, the Stingrays went into the last term on the wrong end of a 10-point deficit. Black challenged the midfield, pleading for better use going inside 50 asking forwards to give more leads, as well as reassuring the group that the game was there for the win for whom ever wanted it the most, with now a slight drop in the wind a 2-goal breeze it should have been an easier task for the Stingrays to make it 7 wins in a row. Again, there were flashes of the Dandenong side that cruised to a 6-0 win record in the past 6 games, but this was after allowing the Power to extend the lead to 19 points in the opening minutes of the first quarter. Gippsland managed two more goals against the breeze whilst the fast finishing Stingrays come home flying until the final siren sounded on the Rays’ devastating loss by two points on a day that could have been. Dandenong do still retain fifth spot on the TAC Cup ladder, but from today’s performance, they still have a lot of work to do if they want to hold on to that mantle and go deep into the finals. This week the Stingrays take on the Bendigo Pioneers at Shepley Oval on Saturday at 2.00pm before the final bye in the TAC Cup the following week. Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Dandenong Stingrays 2.1-13 8.4-52 10.6-66 14.8-92 Gippsland Power 2.7-19 5.9-39 11.10-76 14.10-94 DANDENONG STINGRAYS Goal Kickers: Campbell Hustwaite 3, Riley D’Arcy 3, Hunter Clark 2, Jai Nanscawen 2, Tom Murphy, Fin Bayne, Mitch Cotter, Tom Dekoning Best Players: Hunter Clark, William Hamill, Campbell Hustwaite, Mitch Cotter, Jesse Davies, Mason DeWit



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Netball Preview

Bendigo Community Bank Nepean Netball Preview – Round 16 2017 Crib Point v Rosebud The Magpies enjoyed the week off last round and will be refreshed and ready to go for the last three rounds heading into finals. This week they take on Rosebud who took care of Pearcedale last week by 25 goals. Whilst the Buds cannot make final they will be doing what they can to shape the outcome of it and knocking of the reigning premiers would be a game to put in the highlights real. Crib Point are all class though and it would be hard to see them lose this game. Devon Meadows v Red Hill The Meadows girls have certainly had a tough run home and it continues today when they take on Red Hill. After a netball lesson from Somerville last week they now face finals contender Red Hill and the ladies form the hill had a nice win themselves last week over Dromana by 44 goals. Red Hills will need to gain any momentum today as the next two weeks they face both Crib Point and Tyabb and with Frankston nipping at their heels they need all the wins they can get.

Dromana v Somerville Dromana were on the wrong end of a tragic loss last week and will need to pick up their game this week against ladder leaders Somerville. The Eagles are soaring along nicely, pick off their prey one week at a time and Dromana is their next target. Frankston v Rye Could it be possible that Frankston could steal fourth place from Red Hill?! The answer is yes. Over the last three round the Bombshells will play Rye, Devon Meadows and Pearcedale and they would like to think that all three ticked off as wins. Whilst they will win against Rye today and the next two, they need to be ready for a final grade of netball in 3 weeks’ time. Tyabb v Pearcedale A twenty-eight-goal win to the Yabbies last round over Rye see them continue with confidence leading into finals actions. After this game though it will already be finals mode for the Tyabb girls as they take on Somerville and Red Hill. Pearcedale continue to develop their players an done a great job throughout the season, but today won’t go their way. Bye: Sorrento


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank

Dromana Tigers

Sorrento Sharks

Last week saw us take the short trip up the Hill for a very long day. U17’s had a slow start to the day being down by 7 at quarter time only to slowing edge their way back, the last half the girls got their heads together and fought back strongly to end the game with a draw. Awards went to Molly Austin and Eliza Pittard. With Finals just around the corner we need to make sure we coming firing from the start girls! The rest of the day wasn’t so good our slow first halves put us behind in all grades. If we come out like we do in the second half of our games things would be a lot different. Maybe everyone had the Ball on their minds, looks like everyone had a great night. D Grade awards Jo Dewar and Olivia Guerts C Grade Tahlia Walter and Mackenzie Cochrane B Grade Eliza Pittard and Maggie Alford A Grade Laura Hopkins and Georgie Dunn A big shout out to Laura Vidotto who played her 100 th game. Dotti is an all round club person who has been an integral part of our club over the last 6 years, She is a strong mid court player who is always willing to go the extra mile. Always at training and full of conversation. Last year Dotti had the year off and now we have baby Lilly to add to our family at Dromana. Well done Dotts. We are home this week against Somerville. Good luck to everyone Go Tigers

Special thanks to The Secret Acaiety one of the newer sponsors really supporting the girls this season! Good effort from the C grade last week but in the end Frankston were to good. Frankston’s strong defence and shooting led them to an early lead which we were not able to come back from. Steph killed it in goals this week and was able to beat the wind and score most of our goals. Jazzy and Ella both played great games in the mid court. Looking forward to next weeks game against Hastings, were we can hopefully get our first win of the season. The B girls played a good game against frankston with an awesome first quarter, we were changing positions through out the quarters to see who played better in which position which worked out awesome having our Centre player Charlie playing Goal Shooter with Emma and smashing it. The wind was very hard for the girls to shoot with but all the girls played a great game. In defense Brooke Jen and Macey worked great holding frankston back from scoring. All round awesome team effort girls. Bring on next week! The A grade girls also struggled with the extremely strong winds. Mid court did a great job of moving the ball down the court, thanks to Annie for filling in from u17s she killed it!

Somerville Eagles

Last round we faced Devon Meadows down at the nest. Devon Meadows experience and accurate goaling saw the D girls lose by a sizeable margin. Our girls though continued to show how much they have developed and improved as a side. After losing to Devon the last time they played them, the C girls were determined to get the win. Our intensity and pressure was great and our goaling spot on, allowing Sommie to win by 6 goals! Although it wasn’t very pretty, the B girls also came away with a win last round. The game highlighted some areas of improvement and the girls will be working hard at training coming into finals to fine tune some aspects of their game. The A girls continued their undefeated season. They started off reasonably slow but accurate goaling and lots of tips and intercepts cemented the win. This week we face Dromana, we are looking forward to 4 tough matches and (hopefully) 4 wins on the board. GO EAGLES!!


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Crib Point Magpies

It was not a day for netball last week at Hastings with winds blowing a gale but we pushed through. D grade started the day off with a very tight game. It was neck and neck all game with the windy conditions making it hard to convert but our girls remained steady. It was a long battle but when the final whistle blew it was Hastings that came away with a one goal win. BOC went to Kirra for her best game of the season by far in GK against a much taller opponent. C grade rallied through the day with a 20 goal win. A few illnesses during the week didn’t stop the girls from putting in a convincing effort and remaining strong all day. BOC went to Stacey for a ripper game in defence getting tips and intercepts all day. Well done to Laura for slotting into the team well and having a great game! B grade kept the spectators on the edge of their seat for most of the game being 5 down at half down to come back after a great third quarter to win by 3. It was a great team effort that rallied together. BOC went to Alicia who only came on in the second half but golly did she have a positive impact plucking tips and intercepts out of the air. This week we’ve got Rosebud at home, let’s finish the last bit of the season off strong with 3 wins! Go Crib!

Tyabb Yabbies

Last week we travelled to Rye in a spectacular day for netball. Despite the final result D Grade played one of their better matches for the year. Kelsey & Georgia worked beautifully in the ring for the whole game & really stepped up in a very inexperienced attacking end. Amy was also a superstar as she continuously worked to bring the ball out of defence & into the attacking end. C Grade have been struggling with injuries & missing players but were able to overcome all of this to take out a cracking one goal win. The girls were given individual goals which they were all able to achieve out on court. Hannah’s efforts in attack were outstanding, repeatedly doing the hard work to open up the goal ring. B Grade continued their good form from the previous week. From the first centre pass their whole court defensive efforts were ruthless and use of the ball was composed & creative. Rhi routinely takes her opponent out of the game & provide excellent drive down the court. A Grade have put together some excellent wins recently but the match against Rye was one of the better whole team efforts of the year. Starting with highly intensive defensive pressure, the Yabbies were able to move the ball down the court with greater flair and speed. Kiz finished off well with high goaling accuracy. Today we welcome Pearcedale to the pond for our second meeting. Last time we were able to secure the win but not in the most attractive fashion. We must work on improving that today. NIP! NIP

Red Hill Hills

U/17s this week had a great start again but girls we just need to work out how to maintain our intensity for 4 quarters! The D grade girls had a great game with Bella and Grace strong in the goal ring. Liv had a great game running in centre and created many turnovers and passes perfectly into the goalers. Evie played a great game in the defence! We were strong throughout the whole game and everyone played there role and came away with a terrific win! Like D grade the C grade girls played a great game. Millie and Abbie a strong duo in the goal ring! Bridgette had a great game in WA and passes beautifully into the goalers. Chloe M played great in the defence end. We were strong throughout the whole game and everyone played there role and came away with a terrific win. B Grade continued to develop player versatility and we had many changes through the mid court and in goals. Our skillful, short sharp and fast paced game plan worked well and we made the most of the defenders turnovers! Keep it up girls to end the season well. A Grade continued to adjust and fine tune defending and attacking combinations and we are lucky to have players who are affective in many positions. We have our eye on the final four and know we can do it.

Rosebud Buds

U17s – It was a tough game playing the top side. We went out with the mindset to have fun & enjoy playing netball. Unfortunately Gem went down hard in the early minutes first quarter. The girls continued to give it their all but didn’t come away with a win. Well done to best on Liz & Alana. C-Grade – What a game of netball our team played today. We came up against Pearcedale who were 4th on the ladder. Last time we met we were outplayed 36-20. This week we came out firing & beat them by one goal! We played a great game all round. Well done girls and bring on today’s game! We smashed our goals this week & showed how our training is working! Best on Bec & Haylee. B-Grade – We had ambitions of a strong start & we followed through with it! We got a lead in the first quarter and managed to hold onto it until the end. Jess was fierce in GK and Sunnie in centre court winning them – both the best on court today. Well done team, great effort! A-Grade – It was a dominant and disciplined win from A-Grade with a super consistent effort. Thanks to Emma White, Tracey & Eggs for filling in. It was hard to pick our best players this week because of the even spread of effort, a wonderful game to watch. Awards – Bethany & Daisy #HandsOffMPNFLFootyNetball! Go Buds!


Netball Notes

Bendigo Community Bank

Devon Meadows Panthers

D grade came out firing on Saturday beating Somerville by a convincing 24 goals. It was some of the best netball the girls have played with everyone sticking to their channels and driving hard on to the ball. With only 3 weeks left the girls have some tough training ahead to hold there position of 4th on the ladder. Special mention went to Georgia, best on Tanie. The C grade girls from the starting whistle were under full court pressure by sommy. With goal to goal scoring the girls were behind by 2 goals at half time. The girls unfortunately were unable to stay with sommy’s improved goaling especially with multiple injuries. Looking forward to having a full team back this week. BOC Jilly for all the thurnovers. The B grade girls knew that we would have our work cut out for us facing Somerville at their home courts. They are a class team and their first quarter proved this. In the second we went out focussing on making use of opportunity, treasuring possession and scoring our centres and played an even quarter. Even though we went down the girls never gave up and the end result was Somervilles closest for the season proving how much we have improved! Let’s finish our season off with 3 strong wins! A grade came out fighting out on Saturday and put up a strong defence. The girls had quite a bit of possession but unfortunately were unable to convert them into goals. Sommy are a very strong team and we always knew it would be tough. The girls never gave up.

Hastings Blues What a windy day, but that didn’t stop our D grade girls from recording their very first win for the year. They all played their part and turned around their poor form from last week. Congratulations to Taylah Strange their coach, she has worked so hard with these girls to get them to achieve such a good hard fought, team orientated win. C grade had a reasonably good day despite losing the match, they challenged the Crib Point girls at every stage. The most pleasing part of the result was that have to dramatically improve the result from the first time we played them. Coach Nicole Marasco was very pleased with their effort and their never give in attitude. B grade was great display of hard fought netball with neither team taking a backward step. The Hastings girls got off to a great start in the first quarter taking the lead. The Crib Point girls kept chipping away at the lead, drawing level during the third quarter. There was plenty of opportunity provided from the defenders in the last quarter but with the wild windy conditions the attack end couldn’t convert. In the end Crib Point got over the line by 3 goals. A big thank you to Crib Point for playing each match an hour earlier so we could have our Ladies Day function which was a great success.


Frankston Bombshells The weather forecast was for Sharknado 7, however the wind was more a swirly breeze, and the Sorrento sharks were actually quite friendly. With C grade jousting for a top two finish they kept an eye on the scoreboard for a potential percentage booster. Prolific Ash decided unselfishly to share the goals around with Beth, Lozzie and Jade in a great display of teamwork, as good as she’s been on court has Ash been a bit MIA off court? Twinkle toes Tahlsy was ruthless in wing defence and commanded her fellow border force comrades not to let anything into Sorrento’s attack. Winning 55 to 9, Captain T got the job done. B grade are still persisting with this slow start tactic, some say its lulling the opposition into a false sense of security but I’m not sure will get much traction against some of the stronger sides. In a defenders dream day where intercepts were the norm and rebounds were sought after, our shooters were amazing at chasing up missed shots. A grade kept the finals dream alive with a 66 to 17 win. Cath and Em were unstoppable in attack, and Grace picked up that many intercepts that even her Dad grew bored by it. Musto aka betty Spaghetti was not distracted at all by her hubby’s broken nose, or her own potential broken shin and claimed BOC. Finally to G, you are unselfish, magnanimous and inexhaustible in your commitment to this club and your teammates. We are ridiculously lucky to have you and thank you for being you. Congratulations on your 100th this week! A big thankyou to Pearcedale for allowing our games to start early to accommodate our very successful Ladies Do Lunch function and to everyone who prepared for and attended the function.

Bendigo Community Bank

Netball Notes

Rye Demons

For our last home game of the season we hosted Tyabb. Out D grade started out the day with a great 52 to 17 win! The girls all played fantastically, with Emily Harris the Best on Court. C grade was a hard fought battle, with everyone giving it their all against a strong Tyabb team. We ended up going down by 1 goal, but all the girls can hold their heads high as it was a vast improvement on the last time we met. Best on Court was Sarah Tardio. The B grade girls played their best but couldn’t keep up with the well drilled Tyabb unit. A few injuries in B Grade meant a we had a number of under 17s who stepped up and did extremely well. Best on Court was Samantha Harris. The A Grade girls knew the game was going to be hard, but went in with a positive mind set. They worked hard and did not give up. The final score was Tyabb 43 to Rye 15. Best on Court was Sienna Wills. Go Dees!

Pearcedale Panthers No Notes upplied



Bendigo Community Bank Football


SENIORS Frankston

a grade

6.7.43 def by 9.13.67


Rosebud 19.24.138 def 8.5.53 Pearcedale Rye Red Hill

19.12.126 def 6.8.44


8.11.59 def 6.10.46 Dromana

Frankston Red Hill Rosebud Somerville Crib Point - Bye

66 def 17 71 def 27 62 def 37 61 def 15

Frankston Hastings Red Hill Rosebud Somerville

59 def 11 25 def by 28 39 def 25 36 def 19 45 def 23

Frankston Hastings Red Hill Rosebud Somerville

55 def 9 21 def by 41 41 def 27 21 def 20 33 def 27

Hastings Red Hill Somerville Pearcedale - Bye Frankston - Bye

18 def 17 46 def 17 19 def by 43

Somerville 15.20.110 def 10.12.72 Devon M

b grade

Hastings 20.12.132 def 3.10.28 Crib Point

RESERVES Frankston

3.3.21 def by 5.7.37


Rosebud 18.10.118 def 2.5.17 Pearcedale Rye

6.4.40 def by 7.8.50

Red Hill

7.9.51 def 6.3.39 Dromana


Somerville 10.12.72 def 6.7.43 Devon M Hastings

12.8.80 def 6.2.38 Crib Pointo



1.8.14 def by 8.10.58


Rosebud won by forfeit


Rye won by forfeit


Red Hill

9.16.70 def 2.4.16 Dromana

Somerville won by forfeit Hastings

2.3.15 def by 12.5.77

Devon M Crib Point

Sorrento Crib Point Dromana Pearcedale Devon M

c grade Sorrento Crib Point Dromana Pearcedale Devon M

D grade Crib Point Dromana Devon M

Under 17

For full results

Sorrento Dromana Pearcedale Devon M

Red Hill Rosebud Devon M - Bye Sorrento - Bye Rye - Bye

28 drew 28 11 def by 53

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Footy Stats

Bendigo Community Bank Club Championships

“HOT SHOT� Leading Goal kicker

Football Club


Snrs Res U19 Total

Sorrento 48 32 10 90 Rosebud 36 28 9 73 Frankston 33 20 11 64 Hastings 33 22 4 59 Red Hill 24 20 13 57 Somerville 24 12 13 49 Dromana 24 6 6 36 Rye 15 4 7 26 Crib Point 6 8 12 26 Tyabb 3 20 0.5 23.5 Pearcedale 12 6 3 21 Devon M 15 4 1.5 20.5



Leigh Poholke Nick Corp Allan Murray Christopher Dawes Keegan Downie Ben Hughes Shaun Foster Luke Tapscott Zachariah Longham Ethan Johnstone

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



3 5 6 0 5 2 2 0 3 1

54 50 48 42 40 37 36 34 30 28

reserves netball Team

A B C D U17 T

Somerville 45 30 13 35 - 123 Crib Point 42 25 12 6 - 85 Red Hill 30 18 8.5 11 11 78.5 Frankston 30 22 12 14 - 78 Tyabb 39 22 7 6 - 74 Devon M 18 15 10.5 12 11 66.5 Rye 16.5 9 4 14 11 54.5 Pearcedale 12 3 10.5 13 15 53.5 Rosebud 24 10 6 - 8 48 Dromana 13.5 12 5.5 6 11 48 Hastings 0 15 2 3 - 20 Sorrento 3 1 0 - 9 13

combined Club







D U17


Somerville 8 6 13 15 15 13 35 - 105 Red Hill 8 10 13 10 9 8.5 11 11 80.5 Frankston 11 10 11 10 11 12 14 - 79 Crib Point 2 4 12 14 12.5 12 6 - 62.5 Rosebud 12 14 9 8 5 6 - 8 62 Devon M 5 2 1.5 6 7.5 10.5 12 11 55.5 Pearcedale 4 3 3 4 1.5 10.5 13 15 54 Rye 5 2 7 5.5 4.5 4 14 11 53 Sorrento 16 16 10 1 0.5 0 - 9 52.5 Dromana 8 3 6 4.5 6 5.5 6 11 50 Tyabb 1 10 0.5 13 11 7 6 - 48.5 Hastings 11 11 4 0 7.5 2 3 - 38.5





Benjamin Schultz David Hull Scott Sterling David Lawson Ryan Lia Matthew Dimkos Ryan Shaw James Magee Brent Kenyon Justin Norton

Rosebud Hastings Rosebud Sorrento Frankston Tyabb Pearcedale Red Hill Sorrento Dromana

5 3 5 1 0 4 2 3 2 1

55 42 36 27 26 21 19 18 17 17

under 19 Player




Jake Haskett Jake Rigby Koby Villis Kane Hawkins Nathan Abbott Harrison DeKleuver Lachlan Avery Jack Gipp Joel Wisken Austyn Fawcett

Somerville Frankston Frankston Red Hill Rosebud Crib Point Frankston Sorrento Crib Point Somerville

0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0

36 33 29 24 23 23 20 20 19 18


Ladders SENIORS Team


% Pts

Sorrento 16 16 0 0 2199 861 255.40 64 Rosebud 15 12 3 0 1499 808 185.52 48 Hastings 15 11 4 0 1587 1035 153.33 44 Frankston 15 11 4 0 1338 1017 131.56 44 Red Hill 15 8 7 0 1183 1015 116.55 32 Dromana 15 8 7 0 1336 1182 113.03 32 Somerville 15 8 7 0 1274 1244 102.41 32 Devon M 15 5 10 0 1151 1256 91.64 20 Rye 16 5 11 0 1141 1683 67.80 20 Pearcedale 15 4 11 0 1050 1734 60.55 16 Crib Point 15 2 13 0 871 1692 51.48 8 Tyabb 15 1 14 0 755 1857 40.66 4



% Pts

Sorrento 16 16 0 0 1292 439 294.31 64 Rosebud 15 14 1 0 1398 456 306.58 56 Hastings 15 11 4 0 1027 638 160.97 44 Red Hill 15 10 5 0 852 575 148.17 40 Frankston 15 10 5 0 822 654 125.69 40 Tyabb 15 10 5 0 750 812 92.36 40 Somerville 15 6 9 0 728 990 73.54 24 Crib Point 15 4 11 0 679 883 76.90 16 Dromana 15 3 12 0 563 996 56.53 12 Pearcedale 15 3 12 0 580 1136 51.06 12 Rye 16 2 14 0 579 1143 50.66 8 Devon M 15 2 13 0 448 996 44.98 8


% Pts

Red Hill 14 12 2 0 909 481 188.98 52 Somerville 14 12 2 0 1202 358 335.75 48 Crib Point 12 9 3 0 901 459 196.30 48 Frankston 14 10 4 0 935 616 151.79 44 Sorrento 15 9 6 0 918 735 124.90 40 Rosebud 11 5 6 0 766 586 130.72 36 Rye 14 5 9 0 575 758 75.86 24 Dromana 13 4 9 0 631 878 71.87 24 Hastings 15 4 11 0 576 970 59.38 16 Pearcedale 12 1 11 0 377 1263 29.85 12 Devon M 4 1 2 1 167 264 63.26 6 Tyabb 8 0 7 1 245 834 29.38 2


B GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 15 15 0 0 958 331 60 289.43 Crib Point 15 12 1 2 620 367 50 168.94 Tyabb 15 11 0 4 596 430 44 138.60 Frankston 15 11 0 4 664 526 44 126.24 Red Hill 15 9 0 6 624 529 36 117.96 Hastings 15 7 1 7 624 519 30 120.23 Devon M 15 7 1 7 592 516 30 114.73 Dromana 15 6 0 9 605 624 24 96.96 Rosebud 15 5 0 10 448 642 20 69.78 Rye 16 4 1 11 432 756 18 57.14 Pearcedale 15 1 1 13 314 686 6 45.77 Sorrento 16 0 1 15 326 877 2 37.17

C GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 15 13 0 2 619 363 52 170.52 Frankston 15 12 0 3 635 317 48 200.32 Crib Point 15 12 0 3 598 330 48 181.21 Pearcedale 15 10 1 4 517 302 42 171.19 Devon M 15 10 1 4 592 400 42 148.00 Red Hill 15 8 1 6 486 416 34 116.83 Tyabb 15 7 0 8 335 363 28 92.29 Rosebud 15 5 2 8 401 546 24 73.44 Dromana 15 5 1 9 427 522 22 81.80 Rye 16 4 0 12 407 511 16 79.65 Hastings 15 2 0 13 292 646 8 45.20 Sorrento 16 0 0 16 238 831 0 28.64


under 19’s Team

A GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 14 14 0 0 754 337 60 223.74 Crib Point 13 12 0 1 744 266 56 279.70 Tyabb 14 12 0 2 712 329 52 216.41 Red Hill 14 9 0 5 744 509 40 146.17 Frankston 13 8 0 5 573 528 40 108.52 Rosebud 14 7 0 7 574 591 32 97.12 Devon M 14 5 0 9 457 636 24 71.86 Rye 14 3 1 10 409 692 22 59.10 Dromana 14 3 1 10 489 691 18 70.77 Pearcedale 13 1 2 10 460 659 16 69.80 Sorrento 15 0 0 15 329 1007 4 32.67

Team P W D L F A Pts % Frankston 12 11 0 1 480 195 56 246.15 Rye 12 10 0 2 480 304 56 157.89 Pearcedale 12 10 0 2 422 248 52 170.16 Devon M 13 10 0 3 458 296 48 154.73 Red Hill 12 8 0 4 372 290 44 128.28 Crib Point 12 3 0 9 257 308 24 83.44 Dromana 12 3 0 9 261 432 24 60.42 Tyabb 12 3 0 9 182 394 24 46.19 Somerville 12 2 0 10 254 390 20 65.13 Hastings 13 1 0 12 145 454 12 31.94

Under 17 Team P W D L F A Pts % Pearcedale 8 7 0 1 333 150 56 222.00 Dromana 8 5 1 2 243 255 50 95.29 Red Hill 8 4 1 3 222 213 46 104.23 Sorrento 9 4 0 5 253 223 44 113.45 Devon M 7 3 0 4 159 236 44 67.37 Rye 8 3 0 5 206 252 44 81.75 Rosebud 8 1 0 7 163 250 32 65.20




















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