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FOOTBALL

2nd SEMI FINAL

Saturday 2nd September

1st SEMI FINAL

Sunday 3rd September

NETBALL

PRELIMINARY FINALS SUNDAY 3rd September

Bendigo Bank


NEPEAN FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE PARTNER MATRIX

Platinum Partners

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MPNFL Update

Bendigo Community Bank MPNFL Update Finals Week 2 2017 Welcome to the 2017 Finals Series. What a first week we had for finals, while mother nature may have not been on our side, it still produced to some interesting results for both football and netball. Well done to all sides who were victorious on the weekend and will continue the dream of winning the premiership, and commiserations to all sides that weren’t as successful on the weekend, to those that have a second chance we hope that you are able to capitalise on it, and to those that the curtain has closed on 2017, we hope you can go that one step further in 2018. Week 2 Finals Fixture See Page 5 Finals Details Cost for entry will be $13 for all minor finals and $15 for the Grand Final, Aged Pensioner and Student Concessions apply and 16 & under are Free.

‘Message from Frankston City Mayor’ It is wonderful for Frankston City to once again be hosting the football finals. With our magnificent bay views and state-of-the-art function centre here at Frankston Park it’s the ideal location to cheer on your local team. The Frankston City community is very passionate about sports and particularly football, which has been displayed in the outstanding show of support in successfully getting the Frankston Dolphins Football Club back into the VFL. We’re very excited to see the club reinstated into the VFL and look forward to cheering them on in the 2018 VFL season. Frankston City Council values the partnership within AFL South East and all the clubs within our municipality. I’d like to wish the competing teams all the best in their finals efforts. After enjoying the game, please enjoy all that Frankston has to offer.

Football records will be available in hard copy and online formats for free. Record Advertising: If you are interested in advertising in the Finals Series Football and Netball Record, please contact Brendan Tibballs via email media@aflse.com.au 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. Best of luck to all sides for this weekend.

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STARTING TIMES FOOTBALL U19’s: 9.45am, Reserves: 11.45am 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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Finals Week 2 Football 2nd Semi Final - Sep 2nd Seniors Reserves U19

Frankston Park Football Ground Sorrento v Rosebud Rosebud v Sorrento Somerville v Red Hill

2.00 pm 11.45 pm 9.45 am

1st Semi Final - Sep 3rd Devon Meadows Football Ground Seniors Frankston v Hastings 2.00 pm Reserves Red Hill v Frankston 11.45 am U19 Frankston v Sorrento 9.45 am

Match Duration Seniors: 20min quarters plus time on Reserves: 17min quarters plus time on Under 19’s 17min quarters plus time on

Last time they met Seniors

Seniors

R18 – Rosebud 13.11.89 d 13.7.85 Sorrento Reserves

R14 – Frankston 8.12.60 d 8.16.64 Hastings Reserves

R18 – Rosebud 8.8..56 d 5.4.34 Sorrento Under 19’s

R12 – Red Hill 8.11.59 d 5.8.38 Frankston Under 19’s

R14 – Red Hill 6.7.43 d 3.7.25 Somerville

R15 – Sorrento 8.10.58 d 1.8.14 Frankston

Netball SUNDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER Red Hill v Dromana

10am D Grade Rye v Devon Meadows

9am U17’s

12.05pm B Grade Crib Point v Tyabb

1.25pm A Grade Tyabb v Somerville

11am C Grade Somerville v Devon Meadows

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AFL Vic Country

Bendigo Community Bank HERALD SUN SHIELD HEATS UP The 2017 Herald Sun Shield school football competition is heating up, following a host of competitive Grand Final matches this month. Expanding the senior student program to include two male and female intermediate competitions this season, the annual Herald Sun Shield event has seen the best Victorian secondary school footballers go head to head in venues across the state for the coveted title. In the Division 1 Senior Boys Grand Final, St Bernard’s College Essendon broke through to win their third Herald Sun Shield title after defeating St Patrick’s College Ballarat by 16 points at Simonds Stadium. In wet and windy conditions, there was only one point in it at three-quarter time in a low-scoring affair before two final-quarter goals from St Bernard’s captain and Calder Cannons player Jake Riccardi put the game beyond doubt. The final score was 6.9 (45) to 4.5 (29). The win secured a third Herald Sun Shield for St Bernard’s, and their first triumph in the Grand Final since 2003 to also go alongside their 1991 victory.

In the Division 2 Senior competitions, Hallam Secondary College claimed the Senior Girls flag after defeating Loyola College by 73 points at RAMS Arena, while the Senior Boys Grand Final will be held on September 14. In other results, four schools have etched their name in the history books after claiming the inaugural Herald Sun Shield Intermediate premierships. Played as a triple header at Victoria Park it was Ballarat’s Loreto College who took home the silverware in the Division 1 Girls Intermediate competition after a comprehensive win over Bentleigh. Padua College secured the inaugural Division 2 Intermediate Girls title with a solid victory over Mt Lilydale, Werribee’s MacKillop College got the job done over a spirited Kardinia outfit in the Division 2 Boys, while Xavier College claimed a close victory over St Joseph’s to win the Division 1 Boys flag. For full results from the 2017 Herald Sun Shield, visit aflvic.com.au

It was a different story for Ballarat in the Division 1 Senior Girls Grand Final, with Ballarat Grammar securing backto-back titles after a solid 23-point win over Melbourne Girls Grammar at the MCG. Played as a curtain-raiser to the Round 19 AFL clash between Adelaide and Collingwood, Ballarat jumped out of the blocks early to establish a 15-point lead at the main break. Despite a spirited third term from Melbourne Girls Grammar, Ballarat’s defensive pressure halted the attack to help them run home as premiers. The final score was 4.8 (32) to 1.3 (9). The win sees Ballarat Grammar become the most successful Division 1 Senior Girls team in the history of the competition, taking its Herald Sun Shield tally to three premierships – ahead of Hallam College on two.

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Netball Show – Saturday 8.00am - 9.00am Football Show – Saturday 9.00am - 10.30am

Match of the Day Broadcast 1.45pm Saturday - Sorrento v Rosebud Sunday - Frankston YCW v EDi-Asp

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Football Preview Battle of the titans By Toe Punt

The winner of the Second Semi Final today between Sorrento and Rosebud will earn entry directly into the 2017 Nepean Division Grand Final. The speculation coming into this match is huge and it all centres around Collingwood premiership player Chris Dawes – after 10 weeks on the sidelines, will he play? The news early in the week was that he would play today, while Zac Byrns, who has also been out for a while, will also come into the team. The most important in for Sorrento is Chad Harris. All are integral players, at their best! Question is, after such a long layoff for Dawes and Byrns, will they be ready to go and will they be able to sustain four tough quarters of footy? I’m guessing Rosebud coach Adrian McBean would be pretty happy to see both ‘underdone’ players running around this afternoon. However, one thing I’ve learned quickly about McBean is that he doesn’t worry too much about what the other team is doing. McBean has every right to have faith and confidence in his game plan and for his team to execute it – it’s worked to date and the Buds have been the only team to knock over Sorrento.

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I said after the round 18 game between the sides that Rosebud uncovered a soft underbelly at Sorrento. The arguing and finger-pointing was back after it had been non-existent for the previous 18 months. Some cracks started to appear in the Sharks, especially defensively and some individuals were exposed. Jake Corrin is the only worry for the Buds with an ankle but he said after the game he should be right. Sorrento has been the best side in the competition this season but the Buds are seasoned and confident. I made the mistake last week of choosing attack against defence and I won’t make the same mistake again. Second Semi Final The Stats Sorrento Goals For: 21.9av Rank: 1 Goals Against: 9.37av Rank: 2 Goals: Leigh Poholke 62, Nick Corp 52, Chris Dawes 42, Luke Tapscott 35, James Hallahan 23, Leigh Treeby 16 Times in Best: Luke Tapscott 11, Danny Stephenson 10, James Hallahan, Leigh Poholke 8, Nick Corp 7

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Football Preview Rosebud Goals For: 16.58av Rank: 3 Goals Against: 9.12av Rank: 1 Goals: Keegan Downie 57, Matt Baker 27, Sean Downie 15, Ryan Spooner 15, Ben Dwyer 14, Brenton Payne, Greg Bentley 13 Times in Best: Sean Downie, Ben Dwyer 11, Greg Bentley 10, Seb Kremeich 9, Jack Jarman 7, Bart Wallace, Jake Corrin 6 Last time they met Rosebud inflicted Sorrento’s first loss of the season in the final home and away game of the season, just two weeks ago. The Buds jumped out of the blocks and booted seven goals in one of the best quarters we have witnessed for the season. When Sorrento booted five goals to one in the second quarter and entered the major interval with a sevenpoint buffer, it appeared that the Buds had fired all of their shots and simply needed to hang on. Not only did the Buds hang-on, they went on to win the match, 13.11.89 to 13.7.85. In was an enthralling last quarter after just one point separated the sides at three quarter time. The Buds needed to get some things right and Jackson McRae coming into the side and playing a key defensive role on Nick Corp was a massive influence on the final result. Midfielders in Sean Downie, Fletcher Hustwaite and Brenton Payne were able to hit the scoreboard on multiple occasions and Matt Baker joined Keegan Downie once again in attack and they booted two goals each. Seb Krumeich and Bart Wallace did outstanding jobs defensively too while Ben Dwyer was masterful in the ruck. Leigh Poholke booted four goals for the Sharks to win yet another league goalkicking award, while Leigh Treeby and Marcus Gardner booted three majors each. First Semi Final Frankston has had the better of Hastings on two occasions this season but that will matter little today when they go head-to-head in a do-or-die final. The Bombers looked fantastic when they had the breeze at their back last week but as soon as they had to work harder the opposite way, they were left wanting. The Bombers also seemed to panic again when the opposition came at them, which is always going to happen in a final and more players need to show leadership on the field to stop this from happening.

Generally, discipline was a concern for the Bombers – the free kick count against was poor and they need to get better at that. There are some players in the Frankston side that under the watchful eyes of the umpires and those players (they know who they are), don’t need to give them any additional reason to pay free kicks against them. Hastings are disciplined – they worry about what they can do to help their team win the game. The Blues were far too good against Red Hill last week and once again they loom as a smokey. No doubt that Frankston will have in the back of their minds the crusade of the Blues last season. The Bombers have the list, although Beau Muston is unlikely to play with a hamstring. Alex Harnett though will probably come back in after being 23rd man for Richmond last week. Sam Fox had a bad cork but should play. The Blues will probably be without Mark Deveraux, who has been suffering from illness, while Brendan Dunne, Luke Hewitt and Josh Mulheron are missing through injury. The Blues have belief in their structure though and its served them very well, especially in the past five weeks against quality opposition. Frankston needs to attack from the outset and keep on attacking. It needs to play its best backs on the best forwards The Devon Meadows ground will suit the Blues but Frankston should win. The Stats Frankston For: 15.9 Rank: 4 Against: 10.6 Rank: 4 Goals: Zac Longham 38, Sam Fox 30, Jay Reynolds 24, Jason Kingsbury 24, Jake Foster 23, Beau Muston 18 Times in Best: Corey Buchan, Dale Sutton 12, Sam Fox 11, Jarryd Amalfi 10, Ryan Marks-Logan 9 Hastings For: 16.6 Rank: 2 Against: 11.5 Rank: 5 Goals: Shaun Foster 43, Dale Alanis 28, Paul Rogasch 25, Luke Hewitt 24, Luke Clark 21, Nathan Gray 20, Steven Robb 20 Times in Best: Shaun Foster 14, Steven Robb 9, Dale Alanis 9, Aaron Vinson 8, Colin McVeigh, Jake Hewitt 6

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Football Preview Last time they met Hastings conceded the first four goals against Frankston Bombers in Round 14, trailed by 24 points at quarter time and lost by four points, 8.12.60 to 8.16.64. If not for a dip in concentration for five minutes in the last quarter, Hastings would have won. The Blues booted the last three goals of the game after the Bombers kicked clear with a blistering five minutes of footy early in the last. The Bombers were pretty much at full strength while the Blues went in without Brendan Dunne, Lance Brouwer, Terry Green, Luke Smith and Luke Hewitt. Corey Buchan and Ryan Marks-Logan were the difference between the sides for the Bombers, along with Alex Harnett through the middle. Shaun Foster and Matt Clifford were outstanding for the Blues and Steven Robb played one of his best games for the season.

Tipsters Shaun Connell AFL South East Manager

2nd Semi - Final Rosebud

Matt Crozier Haydn Parsons MPNFL Operations AFL South East Online 2nd Semi - Final 2nd Semi - Final Sorrento Sorrento

Toe Punt RRP FM 2nd Semi - Final Rosebud

Gary Sanford Bendigo Bank 2nd Semi - Final Sorrento

1st Semi - Final Hastings

1st Semi - Final Frankston

1st Semi - Final Frankston

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Last Round - 2

Last Round - 1

Last Round - 0

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Peninsula Club 2nd Semi - Final Sorrento

John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach 2nd Semi - Final Sorrento

Doug Dyall MPNFL Historian 2nd Semi - Final Sorrento

1st Semi - Final Frankston

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Last Round - 2

Last Round - 0

Last Round - 2

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

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Club Notes

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Sorrento Sharks

As they say in the classics, a week is a long time in football. The disappointment of round 18 was quickly erased after 2 super efforts by the unders and the scoobs in week 1 of the finals. Last Saturday the Scoobs played a great game of football and got the result we all wanted. To get the campaign off to a positive start was a great relief for all involved, especially coach Phillips who is running out of hair to pull out. The 19’s then won a thriller on Sunday in a classic come from behind victory. The last time these 2 sides met the final margin was a point, this time it was the same but fortunately for us, this time it was in our favour. This brings us to this weekend, with all teams involved. It’s a rematch of round 18 for the Scoobs and seniors, both teams know doubt keen to make up for what was a disappointing effort in the last round. We know what it takes, let’s be sure to bring the attitude and effort from the first bounce. We’ve been waiting for this time of the year for a while now, the hunger and passion should be alive and well. To the unders who will play Frankston on Sunday, the desire and commitment is there and the belief is growing by the week. That feeling you had after the final siren last week is infectious, surely you want it again. Good luck in all grades, we know you’ll do us proud. Thought of the week: If you want a smoking hot body try cremation!

Rosebud Buds

Spring is here so are the finals and our Club is right in the thick of it with both our Senior and Development teams featuring in the second semi-final. Last week the Seniors defeated the highly credential Bombers who threw everything at our boys but our persistence, relentless pressure and tackling and the willingness to work together to win the contested ball was impressive and made the difference. Despite a slow start Adrian conveyed his calm confidence with the boys and backed in their ability to apply our trademarks. Jacko again provided the inspiration for the team defence. Around the stoppages and across the ground Sean, Big Time and Matt were winners and Jake’s tackling was relentless. The Club held its vote count and we congratulate our 2017 Best & Fairest recipients – Millie McDermott (A grade), Jess Smith (B grade), Ash Farrelly (C grade), Hollie Dunstan (U17), Greg Bentley (Seniors), Scott Sterling (Development) and Aaron Colombo (U19s). Today the Development Team get their first opportunity to put their stamp on the finals after a near faultless season and together with the Seniors they will both need to bring their A-game if they hope to get the job done today. Make sure you purchase tickets for Presentation Night at the Italian Club on 22 September – available at the Club, via the App or bank transfer (see details on Club Facebook page). Go Buds! #HandsOffMPNFLFootyNetball!

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Crib Point Magpies The under 19’s played in an elimination final this week after failing to secure a top 3 finish. In wet and windy conditions the Magpies showed that they had come to play. The pies managed to hold a lead over the sharks for the majority of the day but they unfortunately weren’t able to pull away at any stage. The sharks hit back in the last quarter and kicked a few goals to hit the front very late in the game. The end of the game saw the Sharks walk away with the narrowest of wins, 1 solitary point. An impressive season for the unders came to an abrupt end and they are left licking their wounds. Great efforts throughout the year by the unders team and let’s hope they can all make it back next year to bring the club forward. Get around the netballers that are still playing finals! GO CRIB!

Hastings Blues Another Elimination Final and another great win for the Senior team. In showery windy conditions the Senior team recorded a very strong win against the Red Hill team, though the day did not get off to a great start with Luke Clarke having to pull out through illness 30 minutes before the start of the game, so the selectors had to grab Ritchie Vandenham who was playing a good game in the Reserves, and put him in the senior team having already played 3/4 in the reserves final. It was a great performance from the senior team who just won every 1/4 with great team work, and great pressure on the opposition, it is a great credit to Brendan Dunne and his coaching staff, as a lot has not gone the senior teams way in recent weeks, but the way the players have responded to the coach is fantastic, well done. The reserves battled well against Frankston in their Elimination final, they went in very undermanned due to a lot of injurys, but with 5 boys coming in from the under 19.s who all acquitted themselves well, all the players had a crack and certainly gave their all, but just came up short, but great effort from the players who will get great experience from playing in a final. Frankston today in a first semi final, if we perform like we did last week I think we will get the chocolates. Go Blues 10h Sept vote count day 23rd Sept Presentation night 30th Sept AFL Grand Final Breakfast Head to Head Played 193 Hastings 95 Frankston 95 draws 3

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Club Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Red Hill Hillmen

A mixed bag of results last weekend, with the U 19’s producing a solid four quarters against the Bombers who never stopped persisting all day. Big challenge today against The Eagles, who we beat twice during the season. But this counts for zero when the neutral ground and a week’s rest is factored in to the equation. Josh’s boys came up against a well credentialed and experienced side who put them to the sword early, but to their great credit they finished brightly with a five goal final quarter. The Bombers lie in waiting at Devon Meadows for a crack at the prelim. Take no prisoners today. Our U 17 girls netball play early at the same venue for a chance to play a Grand Final next week at Tyabb. Good luck girls, and well done to all our other teams who contributed enormously to the overall football/netball trophy which we have won for the second year in a row! Our senior side were not quite up to the task against last year’s premiers who caught us on the hop in the first quarter. The rest of the game was pretty much goal for goal, but we never seemed able to bridge the gap. Well done on reaching another finals campaign, and I’m sure everyone in the club extends to Blackers and the coaching panel sincere thanks for your untiring efforts to ensure we produced our best. Social: Jonathon Brown Luncheon September 20th (weds). Tickets are selling fast so ensure a seat by visiting trybooking. PRESENTATION NIGHT: Flinders Golf Club on Friday 22nd September.

Frankston Bombers

Greetings to the Bomber family as we converge on the Meadows to support all 3 of our footy sides in finals action. Our Reserves shot the lights out of last weeks game with a great elimination final win to earn a game today. Flippa was a trump with 3 while Deano, Frenchy & big Adam all played top games for the mighty Red & Black. Our Firsts & Thirds worked hard during the home & away season to earn the the double chance and today we enjoy its benefits. The young Bombers has a good crack in their first game for 3 weeks & will be better for the run. Koby & Kobe put their hands up, Joey was great @ half back, we loved his brave marking, & Jets is getting back to his best. Cracking game in the ones where we came up a little short, the good news is that we have significant improvement on that performance. Sutts was in everything, Chappy scorched up his wing & our man with the tash and Hawks beanie worked hard in the clinches. All roads lead to Mornington Racecourse on Friday 22nd September for the Bombers Presentation Night. Frock up in your finest as we toast the season & enjoy dinner, a few drinks & dance as the DJ pumps the tunes. We need your help in promoting our summer fundraiser, the Peninsula Snapper Challenge. Like & share the Facebook stuff to spread the word & hook up your fishing mates. Have a great day at the footy, support hard, loud and with good humour. GO BOMBER

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2nd Semi Final SORRENTO SENIORS Coach: Team Manager: First Name

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 33 36 38 39 40 43 51

Shannon Luke Trevor Justin Jack Zac Leigh Chris Jon Nick Ryan Leigh Daniel Tyrren Aaron Angus Ben Matt Nick Bailey Ryan Chad Danny Jayden Jay Nat Nick James James Marcus Troy Lachlan Dan

Gladman Tapscott ( C ) Mattison McCleary Falck Byrns Poholke (VC) Dawes Caspar Muller Potter Treeby Grant Head Paxton Callaghan McCormack Dobrowolski Corp Holt Williams Harris Stephenson Tomkins Blair Diconza Marston Brigden (VC) Hallahan ( C ) Gardner Schwarze Croad Hickey

20 26 33 26 27 22 25 29 28 31 36 33 26 25 25 20 34 25 27 18 26 19 20 21 18 22 30 21 26 22 35 22 25

173 183 181 187 175 172 188 193 175 182 181 181 182 194 185 176 180 180 193 191 194 182 178 193 184 183 188 192 190 169 191 192 180

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Troy Schwarze Geoffrey Morgan

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ROSEBUD SENIORS

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Adrian McBean Robert Nicholls

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70 89 86 98 74 70 90 106 74 84 78 84 80 75 90 76 80 70 97 80 107 77 72 80 74 74 89 80 92 69 90 95 75

1 4 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 20 21 23 24 26 27 29 30 31 32 38 40 58 65

Fletcher Keegan Lachlan Aaron Kurtis Daniel Jordan Thomas Ryan Jake Josh Benjamin Brenton Sean Greg Jackson Sebastian Dale Jack Matthew Brenton Campbell Bart David Anthony Jai Reid

Hustwaite Downie Mew Rose Corrin Wilson White Stoffels Spooner Corrin Fisher Dwyer Davidge Downie Bentley McRae Krumeich Stephens Jarman Baker Payne Hustwaite Wallace Cohn Pegg Nanscawen Nanscawen

19 21 24 25 21 20 24 20 33 20 22 36 31 19 30 21 27 22 27 27 33 16 24 21 26 17 17

193 192 193 180 177 189 195 190 188 180 192 196 192 180 188 190 178 178 180 193 175 186 192 184 190 186 185

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Phillip Rhys Daniel Lachlan Kurtis Jordan Ben Ben Chris David Travis Cody Flynn Glen Jacob Michael Blake Matthew Jack Scott Edward Mitchell Rhys Ed Kane Lachie Daniel

Jones Bancroft O’Hehir Mew Corrin White Garlick Schultz Zurek Cohn Bolton Hotchin Holt Thomson Raphael Luck Porta Maher Edwards Stirling Ellis Smith McLennan Schellander Donald Taylor Schwind

29 30 30 23 21 24 22 34 33 21 25 20 22 29 20 23 24 28 20 25 20 21 30 25 21 19 38

175 189 180 191 177 195 177 195 183 184 189 182 195 187 170 193 181 188 188 180 192 182 187 179 185 187 187

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Daniel O’Hehir John Miller

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Brad Phillips Darren Croad

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Trevor Justin Jack Guy Jon Nick Ryan Heath David Brent Angus Patrick Ben Matt Tom Jack Nat Heath Adam Ben Luke Ethan Lachlan Jake Jayden Max Harry Dan Michael Rikk Jarryd Sam

Mattison McCleary Falck Stringer Caspar Muller Potter Cameron Lawson Kenyon Callaghan Hall McCormack

33 26 27 45 28 31 36 32 37 36 20 25 34 Dobrowolski(RVC) 25 Clarke 20 Shepherd (RVC) 26 Diconza 22 Connoly (RC) 27 Morrison 25 Feldhofer 33 Brigden 23 King 21 Croad 22 Main 25 Seers 25 Killey 23 Carter 19 Hickey 25 Pattison 34 Feldhofer 25 Ferguson 23 Duewel 21

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2nd Semi Final SOMERVILLE UNDER 19’S Coach: Team Manager:

RED HILL UNDER 19’S Coach: Team Manager:

Will Casey Dave Harrison

Andrew Gilmour Chris Rye

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Fawcett Martin Nation Stapleton Nagle Barnes Fielding Walker-Swain Haskett

Austyn Zane Bailey Jackson Pat (c) Callum Lachlan Jesse Jake

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180 176 168 175 178 182 176 182 184 194 177 175 177 180 174 192 176 168 184 176 175 179 175 176 167 196

72 68 84 74 76 80 68 78 77 82 78 72 74 73 71 81 87 75 78 73 72 78 73 71 89 71

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 12 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 45 58

Kane Lachlan Jai Nick Hayden Shea Harry Nathan Matthew James Ryan Harry Zac Jarrod Torren Dan Luke Lachlan Alister Max Max Darcy Macailter Max Aiden Jack

Hawkins Horscroft Taylor Theobold Horscroft Mitchell Lowe Higgins Lonsdale Greenwood Taylor Walker Turner Lowe Powell Frampton Marchesani Prins Fuller Knight Westle McDonald Pittock Tulen Marchesani Pilgrim

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Harrison McMahon Barnett De Silva Delmo Urwin Skinner Van Straaten Neuchew Hoffman Harding Mills Love Venturini Holden Roberts

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Matt Ryan Travis Jason Mitch Scott Jack Nathan Ben Jordan Tom Cameron Riley James Aiden Tom

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HASTINGS SENIORS

Beau Muston

Team Manager:

Coach: Team Manager:

Mark White

Brendan Dunne Gerry Morsman

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Surname

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Cory Dale Alex Jay Brett Sam Beau Ryan James Nathan Jay Jake Jarryd Zac Ben Ryan Corey Josh Mitch Al Brad Matthew Jackson Jason Adam Nathan Jason Josh

Buchan Sutton Harnett Renolds Sutton Fox Muston Marks-Logan Degenhardt Lonie Page Foster Amalfi Longham Tournier KitchIn Micari Francis Bosward (C) Williams Whittley Harris Burr Kingsbury Pasquill Phillips Bedford Chapman

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176 176 183 180 182 175 189 192 185 191 176 176 192 193 178 200 191 177 180 178 175 176 186 183 199 178 191 188

82 82 97 82 86 81 83 81 85 96 77 63 99 86 78 99 98 70 84 80 75 76 75 83 85 80 88 85

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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

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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 3.3.21 vs Rosebud 19.17.131 Devon Meadows 8.14.62 vs Red Hill 8.15.63 Dromana 15.11.101 vs Somerville 10.9.69 Frankston 19.16.130 vs Rye 2.10.22 Tyabb 8.6.54 vs Pearcedale 16.15.111 Sorrento 13.13.91 vs Hastings 9.9.63 Round 17 - Saturday 12th August Crib Point 9.4.58 vs Red Hill 19.22.136 Devon Meadows 8.5.53 vs Frankston 18.18.126 Pearcedale 8.8.56 vs Dromana 20.13.133 Somerville 14.20.104 vs Tyabb 4.7.31 Rosebud 10.12.72 vs Hastings 10.12.72 Round 18 - Saturday 19th August Dromana 21.17.143 vs Rye 6.8.44 Frankston 19.14.128 vs Pearcedale 9.6.60 Red Hill 21.15.141 vs Tyabb 2.4.16 Somerville 6.14.50 vs Crib Point 14.9.93 Hastings 12.8.80 vs Devon Meadows 6.11.47 Sorrento 13.7.85 vs Rosebud 13.11.89 FINALS Saturday 26th August - EF & QF Saturday 2nd September - SF 1st & 2nd Saturday 9th September - PF Saturday 16th September - GF

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I Can Feel It In My Fingers… I feel it in my fingers…I feel it in my toes…oh…oh…oh yeah…Finals are all around us…And so the feeling grows And just like that the grass all of a sudden looks greener. The sun seems to have an added glow about it. And any sign of cloud coverage, let alone torrential rain, has disappeared in the blink of an eye. Somehow, someway it always happens like that. No matter how extreme the winter is everything comes together the minute that finals feeling rolls around. You gave your promise to me, and I gave mine to you…I need someone beside me…in everything I do…oh yes I do But with that comes the beauty of the football itself. There’s nothing quite like finals footy. That thing you spend all year working so hard towards. And for some it’s not just the past year. Sometimes it’s the culmination of many years of hard slog at the lower end of the pecking order. You know I love you…I always will…My mind’s made up by the way that I feel…There’s no beginning…There’ll be no end…cause on my love you can depend... The Future Is Here… The future can look like many things depending on which way it’s assessed. The future can be nerving, exciting, undefined and downright scary all at the same time. That’s a serious emotional wave there. Regularly we consider the future to be exactly there…in the future. Something that we think about but never really consider approaching. Yet the future isn’t just where we think it to be. It’s actually here. Right here, right now. The next word of this article that you read is actually in the future from the word you’re reading now. All of a sudden those nerving, exciting, scary feelings that the future causes are on top of you. That’s right…the future is here…the future is now. And that’s exactly what presents the SUA and the whole footballing community on the Peninsula this weekend.

The young stars of the future will strut their stuff this weekend in an exciting finale of games down at Hastings on Sunday. This season has been an absolute blast in the juniors with many new and enthusiastic faces taking up the challenge of learning and developing their whistle blowing and decision making in MPJFL footy. And credit must go to their application as many have also made the step into the senior ranks. With the changing of the guard in the senior ranks the sniffs of opportunity were too hard to ignore. However, the enthusiasm surrounding the SUA junior program would not be possible with the unwavering commitment from second year Junior Coordinator Scott Gathercole and the Rye Football Club. Scott came in with experience in coaching Auskick down the Peninsula and his ability to get the best out of our young future stars has been evident. The relationship developed with the Rye Football Club has enabled the SUA to set up a junior base at Rye to further expand our demographic. And while we regularly get caught up in the competitive wave of footy it is always nice to step back and see the lighter more sentimental side. Season 2016 has seen 3 fatherson combinations take the whistle and no doubt it won’t be long until young son is teaching dad a few little tricks to keep his aging body ticking along. So get down to Hastings this Sunday and catch a glimpse of the next wave of whistle blowing stars and Scotty and his team close the curtains and celebrate a wonderful 2017 junior season. Stay in Touch Stay in touch with all information about Southern Umpires Association (SUA) by following or adding us on social media. Twitter: Search for @SouthernUmpires and follow us; Facebook: Search for Southern Umpires Association and like our page; Instagram: Search for @ SouthernUmpires and follow us for exclusive pictures; and TeamApp: add the TeamApp on your smart phone and search for the Southern Umpires Association.

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Bendigo Community Bank Nepean Netball Preliminary Finals

Preview

Good sports don’t let their Netball mates drink and drive. Preview D Grade: Rye v Devon Meadows Last time they met: Round 7 – Rye 39 Def Devon Meadows 35

A Grade: Tyabb v Somerville

game for both sides. have been in great form and Last time they met: Round 17 supported – Tyabb Bigby A RoadSafe Victoria initiative VicRoads andRye VCFL 37 Def Somerville 27

Tyabb inflicted the first loss of 2017 to Somerville back in round 17, which saw the Eagles ending up losing their last two games of the home and away season. This victory propelled the Yabbies into 2nd place enabling a double chance. This week Tyabb don’t have that luxury and will need to bring their A game again. Somerville will be happy they found some form over Frankston last week with a convincing 23 goal win. The Eagles have been the benchmark side for this year and will still carry into this final the favourites tag to go all the way in 2017. B Grade: Crib Point v Tyabb Last time they met: Round 1 – Crib Point 34 Def Tyabb 26

will be disappointed in the last weeks loss. Devon Meadows presents as the challengers this week after winning the battle of the Panthers last week by 1 point. The last time these two met was way back in round 7 and it was the Dees by only 3 points. Rye have been one of the form sides of the year so will get the tip for this week’s game. U17 Grade: Red Hill v Dromana Last time they met: Round 15 - Red Hill 28 Drew Dromana 28 Both sides had a 9-goal margin last weekend, just so happens that one was 9 goals down and the other 9 goals up. Red Hill will be sorry after their loss to Pearcedale and will be looking to correct last week with win over Dromana. Last time these two met it played out in a draw, but one thing is for sure that there will be no draws this time around. Red Hill had 2 byes before coming into the first week of the finals whereas Dromana have played the last 3 weeks. On that, Dromana will get up as they have had more time to gel over the past few weeks.

Round 1 was the last time these two sides crossed paths, so it’s almost like for both sides they will be unknown to each other. Tyabb had small 3 goal win over Frankston while Cribby is coming off a 13 goal loss to Somerville. It’s a hard game to pick on who will come out on top to take on Somerville in the Grand Final next week, but the side who If you’re settles first will probably come away with the win.going to have a few drinks,

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Good sports Both sides had a narrow loss and win, Somerville 3 goals don’t let their mates drink and drive. loss, Devon Meadows 2 goal win. Devon Meadows have had some solid form running into the finals and will probably be the reason they got up on the weekend. RoadSafe5,Victoria initiative Somerville haven’t lost a game sinceA round which was supported by VicRoads and VCFL at the hands of Devon Meadows by 8 goals, and will be looking to turn the tide around for this week. Once again this will be another close final with the Eagles to just get over the line.

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Netball Notes

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Dromana Tigers

In rain, wind and hail, the Dromana U/17s took on Sorrento in their first final of the season. It was a hard fought contest, with the girls going into the quarter break even on the scoreboard. Some inability to convert turnovers and rushed passages of play, saw us go into half time 4 goals down. The girls regrouped and had a very impressive second half of netball. We used the ball more efficiently, converted our turnovers and worked admirably as a team. This momentum saw us win the second half 20-7 and ultimately take the game by 9 goals. It was a full team effort with every girl playing her part, however our defensive combination on Eliza Pittard and Tahlia Walter was absolutely dominant keeping Sorrento’s last quarter score to just 1 goal. The girls look forward to taking this momentum into our next final against Red Hill in the hopes of continuing our finals campaign! Go Tigers!

Devon Meadows Panthers

It was great to see so many supporters at tyabb on Saturday to back our d and c grade teams!! The d grade girls got off to a bit of a slow start and were down 4 goals during the first quarter. As their nerves settled and ball began to flow down the court they managed to catch up to pearcedale and by the end of the game it was goal for goal. The final whistle went and it was even so we headed back out for another 10 minutes (5 each end). The girls fought until the very last second of the game and with a long bomb goal at the very end by kylie the girls came through with a win by 1 goal!!!! Stoked with the effort and teamwork displayed this week, the girls will be smashing training in preparation for a huge HOME game against rye!!! With 1 win up our sleeves we prepared for another big game c grade where once again we played pearcedale!! The girls came out fighting right from the first whistle! With great defensive pressure the girls continued to get turnovers and work the ball back down to the attack. The movement in the ring between the shooters was fantastic and after a close game we came away with another win!! The panther girls are geared up and ready to go, working towards another win and a position in the grand final!!!! GOOOO PANTHERS!!!

Tyabb Yabbies

In the first round of finals we were proud to have 2 squads representing the Yabbies! It had been many rounds since B Grade had taken on the Bombers but given the many years of finals history against Frankston we knew only our best would do. Rhi & Ky were able to shut down their goalers early on & caused many turnovers giving the Yabbies a head start at 1/4 time. Unfortunately Lenny went off injured but Nat was able to step up to the task in her best game of the season. Fton edged their way back into the match in the third quarter but the defensive effort from Tay kept us ahead. When the pressure really started to build in the last it was T who stood tall & composed in defence. Today the girls take on Crib who they haven’t played since round 1. A strong whole team effort is going to be required. A Grade took on rivals Crib in a repeat of last year’s grand final. It was a close & fiercely contested opening quarter with our defenders able to turn plenty of ball over. Crib started to take some control of the match in the 2nd through their quick transitional play. Chlo came on in the 3rd and was able to offer fresh legs in attack but it appeared Crib’s defensive awareness was improving. Just when the score line had the potential to blow out the girls were able to open the space in attack with some strong drives from Kell. Despite going down by 9, there is plenty of room for improvement which they’ll hopefully get the chance to prove after taking on Somie today. NIP! NIP!

Sorrento Sharks

Another special thanks to all our wonderful sponsors, players, family, friends, coaches, supporters and everyone who has helped 2017 be a great year at the netball club! In weather fit for ducks the Sharks u17s girls battled it out against Dromana Tigers. The first half of the game was tight and tough with scores even at half time. The hail and rain came down in third quarter and the strong defence hands of the Tigers came into play. It was a great game of netball to watch and all the girls are very proud of their effort. Congratulations to dromana for their win and best of luck to all teams next week. Best players were Gemma Grant and Grace Vaughan well done girls!

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Red Hill Hills

Last Sunday we had 2 out of 3 teams head straight into the grand final! This week we hope one more joins them! C grade had a big fight ahead of them against Somerville; a team they hadn’t beaten during the season yet and with a few broken bones throughout the team it was going to require everything they had! They were down by 6 during the second quarter and the rain came and went throughout the game but the girls stayed steady. A very strong second half with a full team effort got the girls over the line winning by 3. A few mix up of positions saw Bree go into WD and killed it while Rach was strong in GS! B grade had the challenge of backing up last week’s win against Somerville with another win to put them into the grannie however that was not the case. Somerville came out firing and our girls played catch up all day. Today they take on Tyabb and these two teams haven’t played since round 1. It’ll be a great match and whichever team wants it more will go on! Let’s gather round our girls as they give it their all! It was a grand final repeat for the 2nd semi final with Crib versing Tyabb and besides from the first few minutes in the first and the last few minutes during the last quarter our girls were in control all game playing very calm and composed. Defenders were creating turnovers all day and the goalers were on point as they heading straight into the grannie with a 9 goal win! Hoping for 3 out of 3 in the grand final! Go Crib!

Redhill U/17s had a dynamic game last week going up against the unbeaten top team Pearcedale. The game was tough & exciting with the 1st half goal for goal . As the 2nd half evolved Pearcedale gained a little momentum to take off & win the game . Our girls played extremely well with some great passages of play . Let’s get through this week against Dromana & be back for the grand final . Go Redhill ......

Rye Demons Today our Rye girls will play for a chance in the D grade Grand final. For most of the girls, last week was their first final in senior netball. They played hard in really tough conditions, but couldn’t get the scores on the board. Best on court was Emily Harris. Today will be a different story! They have trained hard and will bring everything thing they have to the game. Good luck girls, we believe in you, so let’s go get em! Go Demons!

Somerville Eagles Last weekend we were lucky enough to have 3 teams play for spots in the coming finals. The C girls finished top of the ladder and were up against a tough Cribby side. The weather was not kind during the game, it was windy and very wet! It was close the whole game, there were some great passages of play and plenty of hands over pressure. Unfortunately Cribby got the better of us and we ended up with a close loss. Luckily for the girls, they get the second chance and will coming out firing today! The B girls also finished top of the table and after their only loss of the season last round, were determined to show Cribby why they were on top. The goalers worked well together and the defenders got plenty of tips and intercepts. The mid court fed the ball well into the circle, it was a fantastic team effort. The girls came away with the win and a ticket straight into the grand final (woohoo!). The A girls came out firing against the Bombshells and came away with a good win, they worked hard and capitalised on the turnovers. They will be training hard this week so that they are ready to take on a tough Tyabb side today. Well done to all all 3 teams, it is such a great achievement making finals. We are looking to come away with 2 more wins today to make it a trifecta for Somerville in the grand final. GO EAGLES!!!!

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Stingrays Top Notch Stingrays secure third, slaying Dragons. A full team effort lead superbly by Hunter Clark inspired the Stingrays who will enter the finals in third position in a bid to snap an agonising 25-year premiership drought for the Dandenong boys. Clark, whose rise in the past few months has been eye catching collected 29 disposals (13 contested) and seven inside-50s kicking two goals in his latest best-on-ground display. He’s effortlessly has shifted roles from a gliding half back blank, to a tough inside midfield who seems to really love the contested and combative change. Clark’s capped crusader partner in crime Luke DaviesUniacke (LDU) played a perfect support role with 21 disposals, with 11 handball receives (15 uncontested) and 1 goal. LDU continued to show the footy world his silky skills and cat like movements with speed can never be contained for too long. He battled the day out going head to head with fellow school companion Charlie Constable, taking the honours on the day. Craig Black’s Stingrays were ravenous early on Saturday morning adapting to the tricky windy conditions and breaking away in the second term to gain the early scoreboard pressure advantage, before a blistering Dragons onslaught in the third term saw the game evenly poised going into the final quarter. A loss would have dropped the Stingrays to sixth, but the 11.15 (81) to 10.12 (72) triumph over the Dragons at the Trevor Barker Reserve instead locked up third spot where they will face another mighty hurdle when they face the Eastern Rangers in two weeks’ time. “I’m really proud. It was a tough game against the Dragons, who were aiming to snatch third spot for the finals,” Stingrays coach Craig Black said. “It was always going to be a tough game which was always going to go down to the final few kicks, and I thought the boys handled themselves really well. We started well, which was pleasing. “We’ve still got some areas of our game that are a little bit frustrating at times, but some of that was due to the Dragons’ good play as well.” Black finished by saying, “In the past, we would have earned the double chance, but under the new structure all TAC Cup final games this year are all knock out games, so we’ve treated round 17 and 18 like mini finals as the teams we’re facing are top four teams.” The day didn’t go all the Stingrays way with Sandringham six-goal-to-two third quarter had cut the Stingrays’ lead to 4 points at the last break, after it had reached 29 at the long break. Dandenong’s pressure was immense in the opening stages, repeatedly forcing the rattled Dragons sideways and backwards. It mattered little that Sandringham had many more disposals, including the contested variety. Both sides found the wind tricky, with many wasted shots on goal saw a low score line of 2.5 to 1.4 in favour of the Stingrays at the end of the first quarter.

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Bendigo Community Bank The ¼ break came at the right time for the Stingrays with the coach’s working hard on some structural tweaks and reinforce the style of play needed to slay the dragons. After trading a few points each, Luke Davies-Uniacke stamped his brilliance upon the game splitting the middle after some strong contested work higher up the ground, which opened the floodgates for the Stingrays who kicked the next 3 goals in a five minute dominance of the Dragons (through Bailey Williams, Riley Bowman and Aiden Bonar) before the Dragons clamped down to stop the onslaught. More goals came over the middle part of the quarter through Clark and Jai Nanscawen before two late goals in the final part of the quarter to the Dragons gave them a little bit of hope as they margin ballooned out to 56-27 at the long break. The third saw the completed opposite with the Dragons going on the rampage kicking the first four goals, with the first coming in the first 30 seconds of the game. Mitch Riordan took the game on and kicked truly to steady the ship before another two goals in a row to the Dragons saw them take the lead for the first time before and late settler to Nanscawen to see the Stingrays hold a four-point lead at the final break (69-65) The last quarter was a tough and pressure from both sides unrelenting and when the Stingrays needed their better players to stand up and they did. Bailey Morrish and Mason deWit took it upon themselves to stand and deliver, with Hunter Clark delivering the final blow kicking a front and centre goal to extend the margin to 13 points at the 8-minute mark. The Dragons struck back a few minutes later to get back within 7 points but after both defences became stingy with Stingrays Dual Captains Oscar Clavarino and Joshua Bateman leading superbly, flawlessly supported by Tom Freeman, William Hamill and the ever-steadfast Jesse Davies repealed entry after entry denying the Dragons. The siren sounded with a pumped Stingrays outfit lifting the roof off the change rooms with the Stingrays song, before retreating the Sandy beach for rehab for readiness for round 18. This week, another massive task lies ahead as for the Stingrays with their final game in the home and away season against the TAC Cup ladder leaders the Geelong Falcons. The game is being played on Sunday 3rd September at Victoria Park, Collingwood starting at 11.45am followed by the Gippsland Power versus Murray Bushrangers game at 2.15pm. Dandenong Stingrays 2.5-17 8.8-56 10.9-69 11.15-81 Sandringham Dragons 1.4-10 3.9-27 9.11-65 10.12-72

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Preliminary Final

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A-GRADE

B-GRADE

Tyabb v Somerville Starting Time: 1.25pm

SOMERVILLE Coach: Kristy Marshall Emma Callander Alice Ditchfield Rebecca Dixon Amy Olston Jaimee Peney Maddison Peney Danielle Planner Emily Roberts Tayla Sharp Sara Tanner

TYABB Coach: Keira Wills Caitlin Watson Julia Smith Kayla Brown Sarah Hose Isabelle Brown Chloe Gundry Emma Williamson Laura O’Brien Kellie Anderson Keira Wills

Crib Point v Tyabb

Starting Time: 12.05pm

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C-GRADE

D-GRADE

Somerville v Devon Meadows

Rye v Devon Meadows

Starting Time: 11.00am

SOMERVILLE Coach: Maria Neophytou Diane Dixon Ebony Gruar Tesharnie Gruar Courtney Gilmour Sarah Hustwayte Elisha Page Caitlin Myszka Annie Sherer Natasha Sherer Caitlyn van den Elst

DEVON MEADOWS Coach: Bryoni Hardeman Athanie Stickland Madeleine Browne Jenelle Bain Caitlyn Browne Stacey Di Cocco Jessica Gracan Susie Hannema Emily Edwards Jillian Bysouth

Starting Time: 10.00am

RYE Coach: Jenny Walker Shannon Christodoulou Emily Harris Katelyn Hearn Ebony Hill Tamara Locke Miranda Stewart Tuscani Closter Jade Larsen Mardi Dawson Jasmyn Greenfield

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TYABB Coach: Keira Wills Talesha Neill Kylie Heib (C) Olivia Gibson Megan Williams Natalie Rolfe Sandra Sterchi Taylor Ellis Brooke Dewit Leonie Souter (VC)

CRIB POINT Coach: Adrienne Harris Amy Cook Holly Dobson Molly Palser Tahlia Espenschied Holly Adams Alicia Coventry Brooke Farrelly Fiona White Casey Ainsworth

DEVON MEADOWS Coach: Faith Miller Kylie Hameeteman Georgia McKenzie Mcharg Brooke Murray Camille Gammeri Athanie Stickland Staci Malberg Kathryn Johnson Jessica Sandic Janelle Forster-Wilson

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17 & UNDER Red Hill v Dromana Starting Time: 9.00am

DROMANA Coach: Elise Hunter Rivvy Walter ( C ) Isabella Amendola Mackenzie Cochrane Shaye Fitzpatrick Tessa McDonald Olivia Okey Eliza Pittard Tahlia Walter Hayley Joyce Molly Austin Hayley Joyce

RED HILL Coach: Tania Shannon Mae Cuming Isabella Shannon Jessica Laity Asha Cook Amelia Ross Michaela Gallagher Charley Kay Laila Nelson Williams Grace Upton Jones

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DRAWN FINALS NO FINALS WILL BE REPLAYED, IN CASE OF A DRAW IN ANY FINALS GAMES, EXTRA TIME WILL BE PLAYED. In the event of scores being level at the elapsed time, the timekeepers are instructed to sound the siren. The field umpire shall then: •

Direct the goal umpires to consult with each other as to the correct score. Teams are required to stay on the ground until goal umpires confirm scores correct.

On receiving confirmation that the scores are level instruct both captains that the match shall re-commence with the teams kicking to the same end as in the final quarter and that two five minute periods (with time on) shall be played with teams exchanging ends after the first five minute period immediately after the siren sounds.

Consult both captains as to their readiness to recommence the match.

Hold the ball aloft to indicate to timekeepers that the match is about to recommence.

The Timekeeper shall then sound the siren and the match will recommence.

In the event of scores being level after two five minute periods, a further two five minute periods (with time on) shall be played with clubs exchanging ends after the first five minute period.

This process shall continue until there is a result. Coaches are not permitted to address players at any stage after the three-quarter time interval.

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Results

Bendigo Community Bank Football

Netball

SENIORS

SEMI FINALS

Qualifying Finals Rosebud 14.15.99 def 12.8.80 Frankston

Elimination Finals Hastings

Qualifying Finals 12.9.81 def 6.6.42

Frankston 12.9.81 def 8.2.50 Hastings

39 def 26 27 def by 30

Somerville Pearcedale

32 def by 35 21 def by 23

Frankston Pearcedale

37 def 14 36 def by 37

Qualifying Finals

b grade Crib Point Tyabb

c grade

9.10.64 def 6.9.45 Frankston

Elimination Finals 5.6.36 def by 5.7.37

Tyabb Frankston

Crib Point Devon M

D grade

UNDER 19

Crib Point

Somerville Frankston Red Hill

Elimination Finals

Red Hill

44 def 35 49 def 26

12.8.80 def 5.14.44 Red Hill

RESERVES Sorrento

a grade Crib Point Somerville

Sorrento

Rye Devon M

Under 17 Pearcedale Dromana

39 def 30 29 def 20

Red Hill Sorrento

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Footy Stats

Bendigo Community Bank Club Championships

“HOT SHOT� Leading Goal kicker

Football Club

seniors

Snrs Res U19 Total

Sorrento 51 34 12 97 Rosebud 43.5 34 10 87.5 Frankston 42 26 14 82 Red Hill 33 26 16 75 Hastings 37.5 24 5 66.5 Somerville 27 14 16 57 Dromana 33 10 8 51 Crib Point 9 8 13 30 Rye 15 6 7 28 Tyabb 3 24 0.5 27.5 Pearcedale 15 6 4 25 Devon M 15 4 1.5 20.5

Player

Club

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

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

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T

0 0 0 6 0 3 1 2 0 0

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netball Team

A B C D U17 T

Somerville 48 34 16 7 - 105 Crib Point 51 30 14 8.5 - 103.5 Frankston 36 26 13 16 - 91 Red Hill 33 20 9.5 13 14.5 90 Tyabb 48 25 7 6 - 86 Devon M 21 19 13.5 13.5 13 80 Pearcedale 12 3 13.5 15 18 61.5 Dromana 19.5 16 6.5 6 12.5 60.5 Rosebud 30 12 8 - 10 60 Rye 16.5 9 4 16 13 58.5 Hastings 0 21 3 5 - 29 Sorrento 6 1 0 - 11 18

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A

B

C D U17

T

Red Hill 11 13 16 11 10 9.5 13 14.5 98 Frankston 14 13 14 12 13 13 16 - 95 Somerville 9 7 16 16 17 16 7 - 88 Rosebud 14.5 17 10 10 6 8 - 10 75.5 Crib Point 3 4 13 17 15 14 8.5 - 74.5 Devon M 5 2 1.5 7 9.5 13.5 13.5 13 65 Pearcedale 5 3 4 4 1.5 13.5 15 18 64 Dromana 11 5 8 6.5 8 6.5 6 12.5 63.5 Sorrento 17 17 12 2 0.5 0 - 11 59.5 Rye 5 3 7 5.5 4.5 4 16 13 58 Tyabb 1 12 0.5 16 12.5 7 6 - 55 Hastings 12.5 12 5 0 10.5 3 5 - 48

Club

Benjamin Schultz Rosebud Scott Sterling Rosebud David Hull Hastings Ryan Lia Frankston David Lawson Sorrento Matthew Dimkos Tyabb James Magee Red Hill Ryan Shaw Pearcedale Justin Norton Dromana Elliot Davies Red Hill

G

T

0 0 0 2 6 0 1 0 0 0

66 46 43 33 30 25 21 21 20 20

under 19 Player

Club

G

T

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

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

0 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

40 38 31 25 24 24 22 20 20 20

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Ladders SENIORS Team

P W L D F A

% Pts

Sorrento 18 17 1 0 2375 1013 234.45 68 Rosebud 18 14 3 1 1791 986 181.64 58 Frankston 18 14 4 0 1722 1152 149.48 56 Hastings 18 12 5 1 1802 1245 144.74 50 Red Hill 18 11 7 0 1523 1151 132.32 44 Dromana 18 11 7 0 1713 1351 126.79 44 Somerville 18 9 9 0 1497 1469 101.91 36 Devon M 18 5 13 0 1313 1525 86.10 20 Pearcedale 18 5 13 0 1277 2049 62.32 20 Rye 18 5 13 0 1207 1956 61.71 20 Crib Point 18 3 15 0 1043 2009 51.92 12 Tyabb 18 1 17 0 856 2213 38.68 4

RESERVES Team

P W L D F A

% Pts

Rosebud 18 17 1 0 1679 510 329.22 68 Sorrento 18 17 1 0 1419 518 273.94 68 Red Hill 18 13 5 0 1064 629 169.16 52 Frankston 18 13 5 0 1081 703 153.77 52 Hastings 18 12 6 0 1121 845 132.66 48 Tyabb 18 12 6 0 911 922 98.81 48 Somerville 18 7 11 0 882 1161 75.97 28 Dromana 18 5 13 0 717 1159 61.86 20 Crib Point 18 4 14 0 744 1144 65.03 16 Rye 18 3 15 0 666 1258 52.94 12 Pearcedale 18 3 15 0 646 1351 47.82 12 Devon M 18 2 16 0 497 1227 40.51 8

P W L D F A

% Pts

Somerville 16 14 2 0 1453 461 315.18 64 Red Hill 16 14 2 0 1146 583 196.57 64 Frankston 15 11 4 0 1162 691 168.16 56 Crib Point 15 10 5 0 1247 703 177.38 52 Sorrento 17 11 6 0 1236 799 154.69 48 Rosebud 14 6 8 0 1210 848 142.69 40 Dromana 15 5 10 0 933 1092 85.44 32 Rye 16 5 11 0 794 952 83.40 28 Hastings 17 4 13 0 609 1193 51.05 20 Pearcedale 12 1 11 0 655 1476 44.38 16 Devon M 4 1 2 1 519 1247 41.62 6 Tyabb 9 0 8 1 490 1409 34.78 2

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B GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 18 17 0 1 1118 413 68 270.70 Crib Point 18 14 2 2 736 446 60 165.02 Frankston 18 13 0 5 818 610 52 134.10 Tyabb 18 12 1 5 685 536 50 127.80 Hastings 18 10 1 7 797 597 42 133.50 Red Hill 18 9 2 7 732 639 40 114.55 Devon M 18 9 1 8 715 649 38 110.17 Dromana 18 8 0 10 733 748 32 97.99 Rosebud 18 6 0 12 524 770 24 68.05 Rye 18 4 1 13 490 869 18 56.39 Pearcedale 18 1 1 16 367 826 6 44.43 Sorrento 18 0 1 17 358 970 2 36.91

C GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Somerville 18 16 0 2 735 439 64 167.43 Crib Point 18 14 0 4 715 411 56 173.97 Frankston 18 13 1 4 729 402 54 181.34 Devon M 18 13 1 4 727 477 54 152.41 Pearcedale 18 12 2 4 611 350 52 174.57 Red Hill 18 9 1 8 570 517 38 110.25 Rosebud 18 7 2 9 499 638 32 78.21 Tyabb 18 7 0 11 380 449 28 84.63 Dromana 18 6 1 11 516 648 26 79.63 Rye 18 4 0 14 465 607 16 76.61 Hastings 18 3 0 15 368 763 12 48.23 Sorrento 18 0 0 18 274 888 0 30.86

D GRADE

under 19’s Team

A GRADE Team P W D L F A Pts % Crib Point 16 15 0 1 885 347 68 255.04 Tyabb 17 15 0 2 840 411 64 204.38 Somerville 17 15 0 2 880 452 64 194.69 Frankston 16 10 0 6 715 646 48 110.68 Red Hill 17 10 0 7 868 630 44 137.78 Rosebud 16 8 0 8 666 668 40 99.70 Devon M 16 6 0 10 530 725 32 73.10 Dromana 17 5 1 11 593 794 26 74.69 Rye 16 3 1 12 480 788 22 60.91 Pearcedale 16 1 2 13 520 788 16 65.99 Sorrento 16 0 0 16 350 1078 8 32.47

Team P W D L F A Pts % Frankston 15 13 0 2 573 283 64 202.47 Rye 14 12 0 2 576 359 64 160.45 Pearcedale 15 12 0 3 517 316 60 163.61 Devon M 16 11 1 4 553 367 54 150.68 Red Hill 15 9 2 4 456 360 52 126.67 Crib Point 14 4 1 9 306 349 34 87.68 Somerville 15 4 0 11 336 459 28 73.20 Dromana 15 3 0 12 332 578 24 57.44 Tyabb 15 3 0 12 233 467 24 49.89 Hastings 14 1 0 13 156 500 20 31.20

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