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MPNFL Updates 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 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.

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

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

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AFL Vic Country 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 REDLEGS RALLY by Simon McEvoy EVERY game, every kick and every minute matters for MT ELIZA from here on in as the Redlegs look to fight their way back into the five. Troy Shannon’s side need to win their remaining three games, starting with KARINGAL today. It’s been a frustrating season for the Mounties who have shown they can match it with the very best sides the comp (they’ve beaten third-placed Pines twice), but struggled to muster any significant momentum. Karingal gave champs Frankston YCW an almighty scare last week, surging 27 points in front in the last quarter before being reeled in. The Bulls even kept the reigning premiers scoreless in the premiership quarter - no mean feat. If they can reproduce that form today, they might be able to surprise Mt Eliza, which can’t afford another slip up. For the Redlegs, look for the in-form Rohan Heasley, Darren Booth and Shane Tennant to lead the way. PINES and SEAFORD have faced their share of challenges in recent times - and a big one confronts them today when they clash in one of the games of the season. The Pythons are in third spot but have forgotten how to win, dropping their past three games. And with finals around the corner, Pines needs to turn things around quickly, otherwise their flag hopes will be looking grim. They need to hit back hard today. The last rites were being read on Seaford’s season last week before they rallied under pressure to score a stirring win over Mt Eliza and climb back into the five. But the Tigers need to keep winning if they are to play finals, setting up a crucial clash today with Pines. Rourke Fischer has had an exceptional season for the Tigers and his past month has been brilliant. Ben Howlett, Dean Williamson, Curtis Murfett, Matt McCormack and Nick Braund are also crucial players for the Tiges. BONBEACH and FRANKSTON YCW meet in a top-of-theladder clash that is sure to provide an important warm up to finals action next month. The Sharks and Stonecats could be playing off in the very last game of the season, so gaining a psychological advantage today could come in handy. Bonbeach has already beaten Frankston YCW this season, holding the Stonecats scoreless in the third quarter on its way to a 27-point win back in Round 6. Dylan Jones, Jackson Casey and Gary Carpenter were superb that day. Frankston YCW hasn’t been as dominant this season as it has in recent seasons, but the Stonecats continually find a way to win. YC has had to claw their way past Mt Eliza, Seaford and Karingal in the past month. Bonbeach will look to put the Stonecats under pressure and see what happens.

Two in-form sides go head-to-head when EDI-ASP host LANGWARRIN. But while the Eagles are marching to the finals, Langy’s goal for the rest of the season is to get another win and climb off the bottom of the ladder. You’ve got to admire Brad Dredge’s side for turning their fortunes around and winning their past two games. What looked like being a winless season is now tossing up plenty of positives and providing a peek into the future as youngsters Zac Foot, Kye Whitfort and Aaron Marks find their feet and Matt Naughton, Shane Paterson, Gerard Brown and Blake Peach develop further as leaders. A sustained run of strong form has not only secured a finals berth for Edi-Asp (10-5, fourth) but has the Eagles poised to snatch a top-three spot and a coveted double chance in finals. Graeme Yeats has his well-balanced side playing with confidence, with the likes of Tim Mannix, Michael Bussey, Matt Clark and Todd Woodbridge showing the way. MORNINGTON and CHELSEA are both chasing win number six for the season when they meet at Alexandra Park. The Bulldogs and Seagulls have been hot and cold in recent times and for both this could be their last chance for a win in 2017. Both sides take similar form lines into the game. Both have beaten finals contender Seaford in the past month – but they’ve also lost to last-placed Langwarrin at their latest outings. The Seagulls, though, should be fresh going into this after a bye last week, and if Matt Ponton, Todd Gardiner, Simon Mitchelhill and Josh Tripcony can hit their straps, they’ll be tough to beat.

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Football Preview FLYING SHARKS IN THE RESERVES… BONBEACH and FRANKSTON YCW meet in a third-versusfifth showdown. The Sharks have been flying, with Mitch Barry, Sheldon Price, Liam Gales and Jayden Cole in dominant form. MORNINGTON, kept to only 14 points last week, will find it tough against an in-form CHELSEA (6th), with James Sivijs, Stuart Brooke and Matt Gardiner in mint form. MT ELIZA has lost top spot but look for the Redlegs to hit back hard today against KARINGAL, which has improved in recent times, with Brendon Groenendyk and D’Arcy Garton leading the way. EDI-ASP will be looking to snap a frustrating run of narrow losses when it hosts LANGWARRIN, which is coming off a stirring win when Andrew Taylor, Andrew Borrie and Cody Howard played well. Fourth-placed PINES face a big test against ladder leaders SEAFORD (14-1), which continues to sparkle led by Levi Hughes, Brendan Dawes, Matt Andrews, Paul Vyverberg and Mark Di Blasio. RED-HOT LANGY IN THE UNDER19s… EDI-ASP (10-5, fourth) faces a stiff test against a redhot LANGWARRIN which has emerged as a serious flag contender on the back of six successive wins. The Kangaroos have been inspired in recent weeks by Tom Branch, Josh Holloway, Jack Lacey and Bailey Smith. Top spot is within reach for the Roos. FRANKSTON YCW have won their past three games as Mackenna Hura, Luke Black and Hayden Raphael stamp their class. The Stonecats face eighth-placed BONBEACH Ladder leaders MT ELIZA is building up nicely towards finals and, with James Logan, Callan Rice and Ben McKenzie in good form, should be too good for KARINGAL. MORNINGTON will look to consolidate fifth spot by beating CHELSEA. PINES have improved in recent weeks and can be competitive against SEAFORD.

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Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mornington Mt Eliza Seaford

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Last Round - 2 Peter Skews Jacobs & Lowe

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

Seniors & Reserves 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

Club Notes

Refreshed from the week off the boys reload for a top of the table clash against benchmark side Frankston YCW. Both Seniors and reserves matches shape as great contests. Good Luck to all teams today. Last Sunday the club hosted the under 17’s match at Shark Park. Players and supporters got down and supported the future stars of our club. The day was capped with a special presentation with all players receiving their under 19 player polo shirts. We look forward to having the boys on board next year. Thanks to those who attended the Comedy gala last Saturday. 3 great comedians headlined by LEHMO everyone enjoyed the show and rocked out to the live band till late. Be sure to get your tickets next year. The 5k reverse draw is tomorrow. Get your tickets at the match today. GO SHARKS!

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

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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Off we go to the challenging Bonbeach Reserve today to do battle with the Sharks. They gave us a touch up back in Round 6 so it’s a chance to level the ledger They say that Golf stuffs up a nice walk, well last week the rampant breezes played havoc with the footy skills. Once again our depth was tested and it was a windswept Coburn Oval that welcomed Karingal for the u/19 stoush. We were slowly away, still behind at 3/4 time but managed to overrun the Bulls in the last stanza. Mac Hura and Liam Rossetto were solid and Blacky continued his consistent form. The Magoos bounced back keeping the Bulls goalless after 1/4 time and ran away for a 10 goal win. Brandon Lee and Zinzi were best and special mentions to young guns Sam Fulton and Harry Lane. Big game this week boys. The Ones struggled for 3 quarters against a determined Bulls outfit (that bloody Burkey is a marvel!) but regrouped and booted 7 large ones in the last chapter to win by 12 points. Ongers and Knackers had busy days, Ryley seemed to be everywhere and a special mention to Charlie Patto The Stonekittens had a dirty day against the strong Bullettes winning one game. Read their notes and see. Keep August 12 free for the StoneCats Cup night Jason and Tanny have the details. On August 19 (Chelsea game) we have the John Silvester (aka “Sly of the Underworld”) lunch where he’ll expand on matters football and Underbelly. Cost includes a two course luncheon and a two hour drinks package - see The Prez for bookings.

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Seniors Coach: Wayne Capp Reserves Coach: John Murphy

Christian Ongarello Byron Barry Scott Macleod(DVC) Tony Lester Jie Coghlan ( C ) Trent Cowled(RC) Ash Eames Paul Minchington Michael Debenham Sam Widdowson Anthony Barry Matthew La Fontaine Steve O’Donnell Kevin Lylak ( C ) Tom Capp Macklin Raine Ricky Morris Brenton Credlin Ryley Hodson Ben Buckley Jack Mazurek Ryan Santon David Bodley Sam Pickess Luke Paynter Anthony Bruhn Kyle Hutchison Jacob Millman Ben Wagner Angus Wright Kyle St Anne Michael Chaplin Jake Di Pasquale Luke Black

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Nick King Jack Butland Craig Nankervis Josh Butland Jack Greenwood Jacob Cheverley Brendon Marchmont Jack Matthews Mitch Rowe Tyler Sigley Jake Theobald Owen Vine Charlie Patterson James Griffiths Lucas Lee Matt Gregory Tom Delves Marco Kelso Bailey Kenter Nick Christoforou Patrick Davenport Robbie Evans Jake Lovett James Bryant Jack Keilor Brandon Lee Josh Pickess Sean Matthews Lachlan Williams Daniel Hughes Charles Coyne Lachlan Wallace Louie Brager

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Coach: Chris Hutchinson 1 5 6 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 21 22

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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

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

Seniors & Reserves 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

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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

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Our newest sponsor KITCHEN DESIGN VICTORIA has your design needs covered for your kitchen upgrade. Check it all on their website @ http://www.kitchendesignvictoria.com.au/ In windy conditions the senior boys came home in the last with 7 goals to over run Pines and score a strong win. A tough win that keeps us in a strong position with 3 games to go. Best players included M. Bussey, M. Clark, T. Mannix, D. Warke, T. Woodbridge, M. Mullins. The twos again battled hard but fell short by 9 points. A win for the boys is long overdue and we should get the points this week. Best players were J. Bull, R. Snashall, Z. Bailey, L. Brodie, D. McCarthy The 19’s were never troubled and scored a good win against the bottom team to stay in the top five. Best players were L. Busch, H. Flavelle, J. Van-Minnen, M. Allen, M. Mascali. The senior girls had a good win and remain 4th on the ladder heading to the finals. Best players were K. Symons, T. Laval, B. Hanrahan, S. Pursell, G. Rowe, T. Dale. ***UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS *** Day at the dogs - 6th August Final Home Game Luncheon - 19th August

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

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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes In windy , blustery conditions last week it would be fair to say that Lloyd park was the place to be. Taking on Mornington we managed three from three. Each was a wonderful, gutsy win. Every player who pulled on the jumper played well. The U/19’s were typically skillful and hard at. The two’s had a convincing win . In the Seniors with a youthful side we had our second win for the season. Thats two in a row , and its noticeable that just a couple of wins can help turn the spirit around the club. The fact that we played host to the Under 17’s at a club arranged lunch, shows that there is much to like about the future here at Langwarrin. A tough assignment this week as we take on the in form Edi - Asp , but if we maintian the momentum that has been gained over the past couple of weeks , we should be in with a real chance. Congratulations to all players , coaches , and support staff involved with the club last week. The three positive results were a credit to you all. Go Langy !!!! Raffle : Grab yourself a raffle ticket - Support the club ! This car could be yours ..... Grand Final breakfast : tickets availabale online. Check the facebook page

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

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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

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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 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Jackson Calder Ryan Smith Chris Baker Jai Haddock Xavier Barry-Murphy Stuart Seager Josh Halsall Joel Miller Rhys Healy Emilio Bitters Broden Bird Kalen Bird Louis Astorino Michael MacGowan Thomas Taylor Dale Whelan Travis Young Lachlan Hewitt Josh Hutchison William Goosey Peter McGettigan Lachlan Susovich Quinn Christy Ashley Williams Michael Gay Brendan DeRuyter Jake Smart Josh Brown Connor Cowan Jack Wells

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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 Ben Hill Josh Brown Jacob Brown Leith Pellisser

Club Notes

Today we welcome Chelsea FNC to the kennel along with our past players. With only 3 rounds to go our list is looking very sad with so many injuries but we must soldier on and finish the season with heads up The Seniors had a day they would like to forget & probably a season as well, going down to a more determined & hungrier side by 3 points. In blustery conditions it wasn’t pretty and they lead by 3 goals going into the 3rd but Langy kicked 4 goals with the wind to take home the win. Joel Miller, Ryan Smith & Jai Haddock continue to give us their best footy week in week out & James Turnbull has really stepped up in the past 2 weeks playing great footy no matter what role the coach sets. The Ressies are even more depleted with most of them playing up in the seniors & unfortunately that shows on the scoreboard. All the best to Louie who did his ACL, it just hasn’t been his year Credit to Jeff as it must be so difficult to arrive and not know how many players he has each week and who is playing & not playing. The pups game lived up to all expectations with us within reach of victory very late in the game. It was a shame that a good game of footy was spoiled by one incident. We wish Lachie H all the best after he sustained a broken eye socket & 2 fractures to his face and will again have to have surgery for the 2nd time this year. We walked away from this game knowing that with a couple of high quality additions to our line up we only get better. Good Luck to all! Go Dogs

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

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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Well I have to say it was really good to have the weekend off after a disappointing day at Home against Langwarrin. Well done to them though as they managed to Frank that form against Mornington the following week. Business end of the season now so please make sure we all get to the remaining games and support all the sides. Would like to give a big thanks to Gary Buckenara for affording us is time at the Presidents Lunch, please get behind Frankston Footy Club in the quest to rejoin the VFL next season. Thanks to Trippa and the crew for the Function also on the Saturday after the Langy game. I also want to thank Brett for organising the Comedy evening last Thursday, it was a huge success and no doubt all the people who attended had a great night. Has been a very busy month for the Club with more big news to come, stay tuned !! / We only have the one Home Game left against Pines in 2 weeks so please get there. A huge thanks to all the Junior Mums, Dads, and Kids who have been a great support to the Senior Club this season, I would like to think a number of our results this season have been very positive and in some way repaid the faith !! Past Players V Pines Presentation night also to be announced soon .. See you at the Gullery !!

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

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

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

Under 19’s

Coach: Mark Knowles 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Lachlan Baum Brayden Moren Nick Haslem Sam Heurtau Jaylen Mokaraka Matthew Knowles Lorcan McGurgan Dylan Gray-Bice Jaxon Atwell

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Joel King Kyle Foley Lavin Long Jesse Davis Dion Kato Josh Hermans Coby Farrow Luke Jaeger Auster McClelland

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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

Q1

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

Q2

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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 welcome the Karingal FNC to Madsen Reserve and also the guests attending our Luncheon inside. Today Justin Van Unen plays game number 50 for the Club. Only the 2nd player in the Club’s history to boot 100 in a season in 2015, following Anson Brownless’s 100 in 1997, JV needs 5 goals today to pass 200 - Good luck JV! Last week we travelled to Seaford, but only took the points in the U/19 game. They kicked the day off with a comfortable win. Kicking with the strong breeze in the 1st we kicked 6.3 to nil, held them to 1 goal in the 2nd, kicked another 3 with the breeze in the 3rd and ended up winning by 52 points. Jimmy Logan, Scotty & Ben McKenzie booted 3 apiece, with other better players being Ricey, Max Rea, Zane & Sam Hallpike. The Reserves kicked against the breeze in the 1st qtr with Seaford kicking the only 3 goals. They kicked the only 2 of the 2nd to open up a 5 goal lead. We were kept goalless again in the 3rd and finished off with a couple in the last, going down by 6 goals and handing a more desperate Seaford top spot! Best players were Nick Strickland, Kenty, Sam Howell, Burton, Riley & McKinnon. The Seniors started well with the wind, kicking the opening 3 goals before they kicked the final 3 to reduce the margin. One goal each in the 2nd kept things even, before they booted 6 goals to 1 to break the game open. They extended their lead with the first of the last, before we kicked the final 3 goals to reduce the margin to 14 points. Better players were Boota, Tenno, Heasa, Ristrom, Gorms & Turnbull. Social: Next Sat 12th August - “Auction Night” from 7pm in the rooms. Reminder for Players to get the fundraising Raffle Book monies in asap. Sponsor of the Week: R Thorpe Electrical Services - For all domestic and commercial electrical works, contact Ryan Thorpe on 0417 035 276. For all Club updates check out our Facebook page and Twitter @mtelizafc Redleg #11

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KARINGAL BULLS Ground Ballam Park Naranga Cres, Karingal Mel: 103 B4 Phone 9789 2383 Colours Red & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Last week was a mixed bag of results with our women’s team and three of our netball teams getting the points; while three football teams and D netball battled hard but fell agonisingly short on the day The equation this weekend for our under 19 and women’s teams is simple - keep winning to keep your chances alive 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 check out our exciting new foundation members club details on the website also major raffle tickets and grand final eve lunch tickets are now on sale

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

Dylan Gregson Damien Ashcroft Callan Dixon Grant Paxton Aaron Jack Hadley Tomamichel Lucas VanRaay Brad Occhipinti Jake Kelly Cam Hicks Luke Duhig Bailey Frey Chris Hay Jordan Jones Andrew McInnes Steve Mihevc Brendon Groenendyk Rhys Chadwick Rhys Pierce Tom Matthews Jeremy Bunawan Chris Matthews Duncan Proud Jackson Matthews Liam Bennett Aisea Valenti Jake Duscher Blake Simpson Jason Hinde Mason Russell

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

Under 19’s

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

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

Seniors & Reserves 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

Club Notes

Welcome today to all those attending the luncheon. It should be a great day and with the July weather out of the way, hopefully better football weather. If not, stay inside and enjoy the game in the comfort of the rooms. Last week in the under 19s we fittingly presented our contribution to multi-cultural round, having 3 young fellas from Borneo playing. They are out here to play in the youth international AFL carnival held in Parkdale, so if you get an opportunity go and have a look and see how far the game is progressing around the globe. Some reminders that the $2000 draw tickets are due to come back in the next week and remember round 18 is a big one for our final event of the year. Includes Calcutta, draw of $2000 and much more. Seniors had the second blustery day in succession and the first quarter kicking 2.10 essentially snuffed out the candle of opportunity. Must win today where words can’t communicate anywhere near as much as actions and attitude. Reserves have cemented a place in the finals with a 10 goal turnaround from last time they played. Will be great to have the red and green back in finals in this grade. 19s have been showing great improvement of late and sides that had previously been kicking their 20 regular are now being restricted and our boys are hitting the scoreboard. Enjoy the second last home game of the year and best of luck.

Under 19’s

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

Q1

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

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

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Some solid results against the always powerful Redlegs last week. Our 19s put in a spirited display after being 40 odd points down at 1/4 time. A fair effort against the top side & considering we’ve been decimated with injuries for most of the 2nd half of the season. Hopefully the Cubs can turn things around in the last 3 rounds and get to sing the song! They certainly deserve it. Great result from the Seniors after a few hard weeks. We all know how hard the run home is to qual for finals, but it’s fair to say if we are going to have any confidence in playing finals football it would be with the belief of taking down some big scalps on the way. We have another opportunity against our neighbours & arch rivals today! They’ve certainly had it over us in the past few encounters. Last but not least - Billys Magoos!!! What a cracker performance against one of the better sides going around in recent years. Certainly have them ticking along nicely & playing such a great brand of team footy. That could mean little though if they don’t bring that effort again today. Pines sitting 4th will be looking to take down their own big scalp! Rettes news Only one game tomorrow as 3 are on today. Div 1 v Port Melb @ Port Melb 10am Development v Karingal @ Karingal 10:45am VFL v Cranb @ Fston Park 2pm Div 2 v Mton @ Mton SUNDAY 12pm. Function news BOGAN BINGO TONIGHT! Food included in door entry. 7:30pm start.

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

Q1

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

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Fixture

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 6.12.48 vs Langwarrin 8.12.60 Edi Asp 6.12.48 vs Bonbeach 10.11.71 Saturday 3rd June Frankston YCW 7.8.50 vs Seaford 7.4.46 Frankston YCW 10.14.74 vs Mt Eliza 6.8.44 Chelsea 7.9.49 vs F’ston YCW 15.15.105 Karingal 3.7.25 vs Edi Asp 9.9.63 Easter Saturday 15th April Edi Asp 12.22.94 vs Karingal 6.7.43 Mornington 5.11.41 vs Bonbeach 10.12.72 Karingal 11.7.73 vs Mornington 14.13.97 Mornington 12.23.95 vs Langwarrin 4.8.32 Mt Eliza 7.17.59 vs Pines 7.14.56 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 9.11.65 vs Karingal 8.5.53 Saturday 22nd April Saturday 10th June Langwarrin 7.10.52 vs Mornington 7.7.49 Bonbeach 17.17.119 vs Chelsea 10.5.65 Chelsea 11.6.72 vs Bonbeach 19.9.123 Pines 9.14.68 vs Edi Asp 16.15.111 Edi Asp 12.9.81 vs Pines 18.16.124 Seaford 10.15.75 vs Mt Eliza 8.13.61 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

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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.”

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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 Peninsula Netball Preview –

Mornington V Chelsea

Round 16 2017

This week the Bulldogs get the rest while their B, C & D squads welcome the Seagals to Mornington. Mornington will be hoping that the Bulls get the win over the Redlegs so they can sneak into the four.

Bonbeach V Frankston YCW Last week Frankston YCW lost to ladder leaders Karingal by 24 goals while the Sharks had the bye. This game will be played at Shark Park and Bonbeach will be hoping to capitalise on the home court advantage. Frankston have depth through their entire squad however their A grade seem to be inconsistent in season 2017. This game is 7 v 8 and should be a competitive game.

Mt Eliza V Karingal This game is 1 v 4 on the ladder. With both teams hotly in finals contention, it will go down to the wire. Both squads have a lot of talent boasting VNL players. Last week the Redlegs has a narrow loss to Seaford while the Bulls easily disposed of YCW in blustery conditions at Jubilee Park. A loss today for Mt Eliza could mean they drop out of the four.

Edi Asp v Langwarrin Edi Asp welcome Langwarrin to Rowans Road on the back of a 37 goal win over Pines. Langwarrin suffered a 19 goal loss to Mornington at home which must have hurt. They will be looking to bounce back today with a win. They certainly have the talent – but can they match the reigning premiers? The Eagles are sitting second on the ladder as opposed to Langwarrin’s sixth position.

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Pines V Seaford Today the Pythons welcome the Tigers to Frankston North and will have a tough game on their hands. Seaford last week took care of Mt Eliza by 6 goals while the Pines girls had a huge loss to Edi. Seaford have remained in the top three position for all of season 2017 and are strong finals contenders. While the Pythons have been competitive – they will struggle today with the class and talent of Seaford.

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Netball Notes Pines Pythonettes

Mt Eliza Red Legs

Last week we knew we were going to have an extremely tough round against four formidable Edi-Asp sides. The day started off extremely windy on our outdoor court, however back off towards the end of the day. Absolute credit to all four sides in sticking it out for the entire duration of the game and never giving up. Our biggest positive of the day was the improvement that we saw in all four score lines. Even though we were still beaten, the score differences improved. We are remaining positive as we play out the rest of the season with still some tough matches to go. This week will see us take on Seaford again at home. Lets hope we can continue these improvements and get four wins on the board!! Go Pythons!

Mornington Bulldogs

There was a lot on the line for A grade last week against Langwarrin with a finals spot still on the cards. Candace & Jess played a stellar game in defence and was the difference between the two sides in the end. Tess C made a big impact in the mid-court and Katey made a big impact in her return to A grade in goals. The girls ran out winners in the end. With injuries a plenty the B Grade girls had a new line-up again this week that combined superbly well for the majority of the match. Holly & Charli had a tough day in goals with the ball literally being blown sideways, away from the goal ring. But the girls adjusted well and kept working the ball under the post for easy set-shots. But it was captain, Eliza, was the leading light & was brilliant in defence. Chris was also strong through the mid-court and played a stunning game. Unfortunately the girls couldn’t come away with a win but the played a great game. C grade lost by just 1 goal. We played a strong 3/4 then became a little complacent in the last. We had moments of brilliance. Thank you to Jacqui C for stepping in to our depleted squad and doing an amazing job. It was a real team effort today and it was a shame to drop the game in the last. D grade had a loss & it was a game we could have and should have won. It wasn’t a pretty game to watch, a game that did not showcase the skills that each and every player has. Best on was Lucy, who did not give up & who netball is improving each week. Good Luck Go Bulldogs!

Last week we played Seaford away. Keen to continue our 4 from 4 winning streak we just fell short getting 3 from 4 wins. D GRADE had a great game & showed their versatility, with some players out they still managed to get a convincing win to take them up to 4th position on the ladder (52-27). Brianna played well in both goals & the mid court while Renae got her hands on plenty of tips & intercepts. C GRADE welcomed back Karen from surgery which was a great addition to our attacking end with Tayla & Marcie. Lauren had a great game making it extremely hard for the Tigers attackers to hit the ring. The girls moved up to 3rd following the 13 goal win (35-48). B GRADE have been in great form & are getting stronger each week, this week was no different getting a 20 goal win over the Tigers (55-35). Bec & Carly combined well in goals while Karen C transitioned the ball well from defence to attack. Jo & Kate worked the ball well down the attacking end with plenty of work around the circle. The girls have worked hard to lock in 4th position on the ladder & will appear in finals. A GRADE had a few players missing this week but put on a really positive performance just going down by 6 goals (40-46). Ellie & Verona are on fire in the mid court & have a brilliant connection forming. Madelina helped out in defence this week and was a great addition to the team. Next week we play Karingal at home which will be a great challenge. LADDER UPDATE A = 4th B = 4th C = 3rd D = 4th

Chelsea Seagulls

Last weekend saw some windy weather spoiling goals galore for both sides! Nonetheless, Chelsea won 3 from 3 in tough conditions! D grade had a close game and a great win. We started off strong and we were able to hold our lead even in the windy conditions. Every girl did what they were supposed to on court and we played like a real team. Great effort to our goalers Mollie and Sallie who shot in the crazy weather conditons, as well as Lauren and Beth who killed it in WA and C. Great effort girls, lets back it up next week. The C grade girls were ready to seek redemption against Bonbeach after our narrow loss last time we matched up. A few team changes had to be made due to injuries. The whole team stepped up and helped each other out. Our defenders worked hard and kept Bonbeach to 1 goal in the third quarter. Kiah continued her strong form and played well in a new position! Kayla also played a well and has found form since returning from injury! B Grade were also ready to continue their strong form. Our defenders were also able to keep Bonbeach to 1 goal for a quarter and only 7 goals for the match. Hayley and Dana worked together well along with Kat and Lisa working the ball into the ring. Another top, whole team effort! Looking forward to matching up against Mornington this week.

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Netball Notes Frankston YCW StoneKittens

We came up against Karingal last week, and the A grade girls never gave up against a tough opposition. We made ourselves accountable and worked hard to achieve our team goals each quarter. While we didn’t achieve the 4 points the girls can be proud of their commitment with BOC going to Brooke for her drive in attack and sensational ball placement. Unfortunately the B grade girls had a loss to Karingal as well but from this are able to identify what we need to work on for the next time we meet the Bullettes! While our first half was pretty good, we let them get back in the game in the second half. We didn’t seem to want the ball as much as them and backed off and away a little too often. BOC goes to Liv for her pressure on the shot and tips all over the court. The C grade girls also were unable to match it with the Karingal girls but certainly not from a lack of trying. The effort and changes that were made worked for the most part with everyone doing their job however our goals didn’t quite hit the target. We have some more work to do at training to ensure we are in good position going into finals. The D girls (aka Dream Team) had a sensational 9 goal win. Although at times the wind made for some sloppy passes and interesting choices we seemed to step it up as a team today. BOC goes to Sophie for another amazing game in defence applying a lot of pressure to her opponent.

Langwarrin Kangaroos

No doubt the super strong winds last weekend not only hindered our goaling attempts but most likely played havoc with every goaler on the peninsula. It didn’t deter us though as we took on the Doggies at home. D grade began with determination, they were fired up, they were out to get redemption as the Doggies scored the points last time, and we succeeded. Our girls fought hard and played as one as they battled their way to a 6 goal win. Despite losing centre court player Fiona with a broken ankle in the third quarter, the girls showed their resilience and got the job done. Up next we saw a very body on body encounter in our C grade match. The game felt lost as we dropped our heads early in the second half, but we soon regained our composure and got back on track, taking the win by 1 goal. The battle of the B girls took to the court next. Mornington took the honours last time they met so we were determined not to let that happen again. The game went goal for goal for the most part until our girls kicked away in the later stages of the final term to win by 3 goals! An amazing effort from our girls on court. It then came to A grade, our girls battled hard in a very physical contest, and although we fought hard all day Mornington were just too strong and went away to win by 19 goals. We look forward to taking on Edi-Asp next, and hopefully we will come away with some positive results. Go Roos!

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Karingal Bullettes

Last week we were nearly blown away from Jubilee Park by the extraordinary winds! We knew heading down to take on YCW would be a tough day on the court. D grade played great netball until half time where YC ran away with the game. Errors on our behalf certainly contributed and it’s definitely something to learn from. Welcome back Chantelle! C grade had a ripper game and took a three goal win promoting them to top spot on the ladder. Elise Mac was amazing in WD - helping Mel and Sars in defence with her brilliant intercepts. Dan and Steph were on in goals and Iz certainly contributed. Tay and Kiah combined to create a speedy mid court and fed the goalers with ease. Winning a game that went down to the wire was an excellent effort - an amazing game to watch and a great way to top off Tay’s 21st celebrations! B grade also had a super close game with everyone on court putting in 100%. Mel was superb in the centre and Em & Nadine shot well in high winds combined with one foot of defence.... A grade stepped onto the court & took control winning by the biggest margin of the day. Sammy G again effortlessly shot from anywhere in the circle. Captain Jayde was on fire in defence and with the death stares which we love! Courta is always reliable and was again amazing to watch under pressure. Another great game by this talented squad. Another game on the road today and another tough one as we take on the Redlegs. #GOBULLS #REDWHITEBOOM

Seaford Tigers

We took on Mt Eliza this week down at Tigerland. We manage to come out of the round with 1 win and 3 upsets. Its always a hard game up against Mt Eliza with there consistent skills and teams but all sides held their heads high and fought back with great strength. Our A side coming out with a win which was fuelled by our Fav Netball Prez, Chelsea Robs big 100th game. The victory was a hard battle throughout the 4 quarters but the girls held strong and fought hard to maintain their 3rd place on the ladder which I am sure Mt Eliza were hungry to take. We had a few scares with a few big named players going down to injury but like they say, whats a game of Netball without breaking your leg? Or did we just make that up.... I can’t be sure. Even though we came out with only 1 win out of the four it was an amazing day with amazing vibes for Chelsea’s 100th game at Tigerland. If I can end the notes with anything it would be how much we love Chelsea Robertson and how proud we all are of you. Keep on shining girl. Lets start stretching for the Pines this week. Big love, bless up.

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Netball Notes Edithvale - Aspendale Eagles

Bonbeach Sharks

The Berry Fitness Round v Pines Round 16 v Langwarrin – The Jurgens Swiss Bread Co. Thank you to Paul from The Jurgens Swiss Bread Co for your continued support of our club! This year Paul donated our major raffle prize, four tickets to the Jurgen’s Swiss Bread Co corporate box at Etihad Stadium, which brought in over $1,200! Jurgens Swiss Bread is a family owned business that has served freshly baked bread, muffins, croissants, and rolls daily since 1995. Look for their wide range of products when you next do your weekly shop! Last week we played Pines at their new courts & what a great atmosphere, despite the howling winds! It was terrific day of netball which was not influenced or imposed upon by the umpires. It has becoming increasingly noticeable this season that many clubs are using their umpires to gain an added advantage on court & there’s not much you can do about it on game day. So it was great to watch all games this Saturday that were officiated fairly & consistently. Thank you Pines for the enjoyable day & your fantastic umpiring team! This week we welcome the Langwarrin girls to the Dingley courts as the season winds down to the end. The Roo girls are always a tough opponent so we look forward to four hard fought games. Games start at 10am so see you courtside, cheering on the girls! Good luck to all Eagles playing this weekend! Fly Eagles!!

*to be read to the tune of Like a Prayer by Madonna* The wind is a mystery, how we gonna score some goals? Dingley is too cold, and they need four walls When I call your name, pass it if you dare I’m here if you need, that’s a nice hold back there After the netty hour, I really need a shower This isn’t fair, what’s Chelsea’s A grade doing there? We hear ‘Manda’s voice, it’s like a foghorn calling We have no choice, we hear her voice, Feels like winning. Jodie closes her eyes, oh no I think she’s blinded A fake eyelash, fell in her eye Someone help her! *skip chorus here* The crowd goes wild, Lou whispers softly to us Stay in control, the wind is wild No lobs in to Alison Come on team, to the end from the beginning Who’s here to win, play like a team Let the two’s sing When you pass the ball, keep it low and strong Ash’s done her knee, let’s hope no surgery Training over an hour, need some parma power Showing some netty flair, Bonny’s getting there #coachmandersrepresent #weout #finsup

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Results Football

Netball

SENIORS

a grade

Pines 9.14.68 def by 16.15.111 Edi-Asp F’ston YCW 9.11.65 def 8.5.53 Karingal Langwarrin 7.10.52 def 7.7.49 Mornington Seaford 10.15.75 def 8.13.61 Mt Eliza

36 def by 60 25 def by 44 20 def by 57 46 def 40

Chelsea F’ston YCW Langwarrin Pines Seaford

43 def 7 36 def by 45 31 def 27 23 def by 41 35 def by 55

Chelsea F’ston YCW Langwarrin Pines Seaford

40 def 20 29 def by 32 26 def 25 26 def by 40 35 def by 48

Chelsea F’ston YCW Langwarrin Pines Seaford

24 def 22 24 def 15 18 def 12 3 def by 47 27 def by 52

Karingal Mornington Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

b grade

RESERVES Pines 5.3.33 def 3.6.24 Edi-Asp F’ston YCW 12.9.81 def 2.8.20 Karingal Langwarrin 11.13.79 def 1.8.14 Mornington Seaford 8.9.57 def 2.7.19 Mt Eliza

Bonbeach Karingal Mornington Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

c grade

UNDER 19 Pines F’ston YCW Langwarrin Seaford

F’ston YCW Langwarrin Pines Seaford Bonbeach - Bye

5.4.34 def by 13.18.96 Edi-Asp 6.8.44 def 5.6.36 Karingal 5.11.41 def 3.13.31 Mornington 4.3.27 def by 12.7.79 Mt Eliza

Bonbeach Karingal Mornington Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

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Footy Stats “HOT SHOT” Leading Goal kicker

Club Championships Football Club

seniors

Snrs Res U19 Total

F’ston YCW 39 18 11 68 Mt Eliza 24 26 12.5 62.5 Seaford 27 28 6 61 Bonbeach 33 20 3 56 Edi-Asp 30 10 10 50 Pines 30 18 0.5 48.5 Mornington 15 7 9 31 Chelsea 15 11 2 28 Langwarrin 6 8 12 26 Karingal 6 4 8 18

Player

Club

G

T

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

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

0 9 2 2 2 2 4 0 3 0

54 51 43 41 41 35 31 31 29 26

reserves netball Team

A B C D T

Karingal 42 28 13 9 92 Edi-Asp 36 24 11 15 86 Mt Eliza 30 20 11 10 71 F’ston YCW 15 26 12.5 11 64.5 Langwarrin 24 11 9.5 12 56.5 Mornington 27 11 5.5 9 52.5 Seaford 36 7 3 2 48 Chelsea 0 12 5.5 3 20.5 Bonbeach 9 2 4 2 17 Pines 6 9 0 2 17

Player

Club

G

T

Michael Chaplin Thomas Lonie Max Bailey Rhys Chalkley Bradley Wakeling Corey Peele Jake O’Neill Timothy Strickland Jake Berry Nicholas McKinnon

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

2 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0

29 26 21 18 18 18 16 15 15 15

under 19

combined Club

S

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

10 5 10 12 12 11 15 75 13 9 11 5 13 12.5 11 74.5 8 13 12.5 10 10 11 10 74.5 2 2 8 14 14 13 9 62 2 4 12 8 5.5 9.5 12 53 9 14 6 12 3.5 3 2 49.5 5 3.5 9 9 5.5 5.5 9 46.5 11 10 3 3 1 4 2 34 10 9 0.5 2 4.5 0 2 28 5 5.5 2 0 6 5.5 3 27

R

U19

A

B

C

D

T

Player

Club

G

T

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 0

39 27 27 25 23 23 23 21 21 20

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Ladders Football

Netball

SENIORS Team

A GRADE

P W L D F A

% Pts

F’kston YCW 15 13 2 0 1286 886 145.15 52 Bonbeach 15 11 4 0 1265 936 135.15 44 Pines 15 10 5 0 1341 969 138.39 40 Edi-Asp 15 10 5 0 1308 1133 115.45 40 Seaford 15 9 6 0 1352 1134 119.22 36 Mt Eliza 15 8 7 0 1114 944 118.01 32 Mornington 15 5 10 0 1105 1264 87.42 20 Chelsea 15 5 10 0 1017 1397 72.80 20 Karingal 15 2 13 0 854 1426 59.89 8 Langwarrin 15 2 13 0 728 1281 56.83 8

Team

P W D L F A Pts

reserves Team

B GRADE

P W L D F A

% Pts

Seaford 15 14 1 0 1077 513 209.94 56 Mt Eliza 15 13 2 0 1027 509 201.77 52 Bonbeach 15 10 5 0 790 518 152.51 40 Pines 15 9 6 0 861 651 132.26 36 F’ston YCW 15 9 6 0 795 728 109.20 36 Chelsea 15 5 9 1 678 1045 64.88 22 Edi-Asp 15 5 10 0 720 673 106.98 20 Langwarrin 15 4 11 0 698 919 75.95 16 Mornington 15 3 11 1 574 921 62.32 14 Karingal 15 2 13 0 423 1166 36.28 8

Team

P W D L F A Pts

%

Karingal 15 14 0 1 817 434 56 188.25 F’ston YCW 15 13 0 2 768 482 52 159.34 Edi-Asp 15 12 0 3 656 438 48 149.77 Mt Eliza 15 10 0 5 650 555 40 117.12 Chelsea 15 5 2 8 525 564 24 93.09 Mornington 15 5 1 9 573 568 22 100.88 Langwarrin 15 5 1 9 513 670 22 76.57 Pines 15 4 1 10 465 665 18 69.92 Seaford 15 3 1 11 473 700 14 67.57 Bonbeach 15 1 0 14 406 770 4 52.73

under 19 Team

%

Karingal 13 12 0 1 713 439 56 162.41 Edi-Asp 13 10 0 3 566 417 48 135.73 Seaford 13 10 0 3 563 515 48 109.32 Mt Eliza 13 8 0 5 585 546 40 107.14 Mornington 14 8 0 6 575 502 36 114.54 Langwarrin 13 6 0 7 489 509 32 96.07 F’ston YCW 14 4 0 10 522 586 20 89.08 Bonbeach 13 1 0 12 389 631 12 61.65 Pines 14 1 0 13 469 726 8 64.60

C GRADE

P W L D F A

% Pts

Mt Eliza 15 12 2 1 1233 499 247.09 50 F’ston YCW 15 12 3 0 1213 395 307.09 48 Langwarrin 15 12 3 0 1330 572 232.52 48 Edi-Asp 15 10 5 0 1178 658 179.03 40 Mornington 15 9 6 0 998 717 139.19 36 Karingal 15 8 7 0 959 668 143.56 32 Seaford 15 6 9 0 979 895 109.39 24 Bonbeach 15 3 12 0 352 1695 20.77 12 Chelsea 15 2 13 0 452 1450 31.17 8 Pines 15 0 14 1 402 1547 25.99 2

Team

P W D L F A Pts

%

Karingal 15 13 0 2 675 492 52 137.20 F’ston YCW 15 12 1 2 632 439 50 143.96 Mt Eliza 15 11 0 4 670 496 44 135.08 Edi-Asp 15 11 0 4 544 455 44 119.56 Langwarrin 15 9 1 5 655 525 38 124.76 Mornington 15 5 1 9 507 467 22 108.57 Chelsea 15 5 1 9 503 555 22 90.63 Bonbeach 15 4 0 11 452 702 16 64.39 Seaford 15 3 0 12 533 622 12 85.69 Pines 15 0 0 15 400 818 0 48.90

D GRADE Team

P W D L F A Pts

%

Edi-Asp 15 15 0 0 633 217 60 291.71 Langwarrin 15 12 0 3 527 237 48 222.36 F’ston YCW 15 11 0 4 510 296 44 172.30 Mt Eliza 15 10 0 5 556 387 40 143.67 Mornington 15 9 0 6 434 305 36 142.30 Karingal 15 9 0 6 408 341 36 119.65 Chelsea 15 3 0 12 318 527 12 60.34 Bonbeach 15 2 0 13 227 533 8 42.59 Seaford 15 2 0 13 254 605 8 41.98 Pines 15 2 0 13 179 598 8 29.93

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