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MPNFL Update

Bendigo Community Bank MPNFL Update Finals Week 4 2017 Welcome to the 2017 Bendigo Bank Nepean FNL Grand Final. Well, we have come to the end of the 2017 season, and what a season it has been across the MPNFL. Last week we saw the strong support across the respective Netball Grand Finals played at FDNA and Tyabb. The Grand Finals at FDNA were hard fought contests with three of the four grand finals decided by a goal. Congratulations to Edithvale-Aspendale FNC and Crib Point A-Grade Netball going back to back Premiers. Congratulations to all the teams that have made it through the biggest day in the MPNFL calendar. Grand Finals are special days for all involved in the club, players, supporters, volunteers, local business all get behind the club and what better venue to hear the roar of all the supporters after that amazing goal or heart retching premiership win, than here at Frankston Park.

Frankston City Mayor Message 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. Brian Cunial Mayor – City of Frankston

The weather hasn’t been kind during this finals series after an amazing dry winter, however, the City of Frankston has presented Frankston Park in amazing condition for this weekends Grand Finals. Congratulations and thanks to the efforts of committees of the Chelsea FNC, Devon Meadows FNC and Tyabb FNC on hosting successful finals this year. We trust that you enjoy Grand Final day responsibly and look forward to an exciting 2018 season. Best of luck to all teams today.

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STARTING TIMES FOOTBALL

U19’s:

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Reserves: 11.45am Seniors:

2.30pm

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1:45pm

Reserves Presentations

Todays Events Best on Ground

Medals to Premier Team

Premiership Cup & Pennant

Senior Grand Final 2017 Nepean Football Netball League 2:05pm Football U/19 Football Grand Final Ground to be cleared 2:08pm Senior Grand Final Introduction Program Time Event 2.15pm Senior Umpires enter arena 7:30am Gates Open 2.17pm Frankston Senior Team enter arena 9:05am Football Ground to be cleared Team enter arena 9.08am 2.19pm Umpires Hastings Enter theSenior ground

9:10am 2:24pm Somerville & Red Hill Under 19's enter arena Senior Teams, Umpires & Officials line up 9:15am 2:26pm Tossing of the Coin – (Bendigo Bank Representative) National Anthem 9:20am Start of Under 19's Grand Final: Somerville v Red Hill of the Coin (Bendigo Bank Representative) 11:15am 2:28pm Under 19Tossing Presentations 2:30pm Start of Seniors Grand Final: Frankston v Hastings Best on Ground Medals toSeniors Premier Team 5pm Presentations Premiership Cup & Pennant Best on Ground Reserves Grand Final Medals to Premier Team 11.30am Ground to be cleared Cup & Pennant 11.33am Umpires Premiership Enter the ground

NATIONAL ANTHEM Australians all let us rejoice, For we are young and free; We’ve golden soil and wealth for toll, Our home is girt by sea; Our land abouts in Nature’s gifts Of beauty rich and rare: In history’s page, let every stage Advance Australia fair! In joyful strains then let us sing, “Advance Australia fair!”

11:35am 11:40am 11:45am 1:45pm

Sorrento & Rosebud Reserves enter the arena Tossing of the Coin (Bendigo Bank Representative) Start of Reserves Grand Final: Sorrento v Rosebud Reserves Presentations Best on Ground Medals to Premier Team Premiership Cup & Pennant Senior Grand Final 2:05pm 2:08pm 2.15pm 2.17pm 2.19pm 2:24pm 2:26pm 2:28pm 2:30pm 5pm

Football Ground to be cleared Senior Grand Final Introduction Senior Umpires enter arena Sorrento Senior Team enter arena Frankston Senior Team enter arena Senior Teams, Umpires & Officials line up National Anthem Tossing of the Coin (Bendigo Bank Representative) Start of Seniors Grand Final: Sorrento v Frankston Seniors Presentations Best on Ground Medals to Premier Team Premiership Cup & Pennant

PREMIERS MEDALLION

BEST ON GROUND Today’s Best on Ground in the Seniors and Under 19’s will be presented with the AFL Vic Country Best on Ground Medallion and the Reserves will be presented with the MPNFL Best on Ground Medallion.

The MPNFL Premiers Medallion will be presented to all members of the three premiership teams today.

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AFL Vic Country

Bendigo Community Bank 2017 WorkSafe AFL Victoria Country Grand Final Message There is nothing better in Victorian country football, than Grand Final action in September. After a grueling pre-season and tough home and away rounds, spring has arrived and with it comes a sense of optimism that today your team is on the cusp of making history on the most important day of the football calendar. Regardless of whether you’re a player, coach, umpire or supporter with your hopes hinging on the premiership decider, or just an interested onlooker, Grand Final day is always an occasion to savour. I would like to wish all teams who are competing today the best of luck and I hope win, lose or draw, you continue to be involved in country football in 2018 and beyond. While I’m certain there have been many highlights on the field this season, off it, much has been achieved. The introduction of the Community Club Sustainability Program’s Player Payment Framework (PPF) was rolled out across Victoria for its inaugural season. Complementing the Player Points System introduced last year, the PPF will assist in helping narrow the gap over time between high and low spending clubs in order to assist with the rise of escalating player payments in community football. This year we have seen significant growth in the number of females participating in community football. Thank you for your support of the growth in female football. It has been great to see so many females being welcomed into their local community club and we look forward to seeing the continued growth of female football in the future. Representative football was once again a feature for many this season, with Victoria Country taking on the Victorian Amateur Football Association at Frankston Oval. The Energy Safe Under 19s Vic Country squad kept its Big V winning streak alive after narrowly defeating the VAFA by four points, while the WorkSafe AFL Vic Country squad, led by country football product and AFL great Danny Frawley, was unable to overcome their metro counterparts, going down by 82 points in the Brian Molony Cup.

In addition, the Big V jumper was worn proudly by a host of country Victoria’s top footballers, including the best Under 18 male and female talent in the 2017 NAB AFL and AFLW U18 Championships as well as Vic Country’s best footballers with an intellectual disability in the 2017 AFL National Inclusion Carnival. Arguably one of the biggest highlights on the country football calendar this season was the 2017 WorkSafe Community Championships held in May. For the first time, the top ranked community football leagues went head-to-head at the MCG as a curtain raise to the AFL Country Game between Geelong and Essendon. Season 2017 saw thirty metropolitan and country leagues take part in the carnival across the state, with the Geelong FL edging out Mornington Peninsula Nepean FL by 24-points to be crowned Victoria’s number-one ranked community football competition. Season 2017 also saw the return of the highly successful WorkSafe Games of the Month. Champion footballers Peter Knights, David Parkin and Brent Harvey as well as current AFL stars Bryce Gibbs, Maverick Weller and Ben Brown, embraced the country football atmosphere at eight destinations across the state in a bid to promote farm safety in some of Victoria’s smallest communities. Finally, as the curtain closes on season 2017, I would like to thank the countless club and league volunteers that are the backbone of country football. Without your support our great game just wouldn’t be possible. I hope you have a safe and happy off-season and return just as passionate in 2018. Stephen O’Donohue AFL Victoria Community Football & Development Manager

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Match of the Day Broadcast 1.45pm

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Football Preview Sharks to win big dance By Toe Punt Welcome everyone to the 2017 MPNFL Nepean Division Grand Final between Sorrento and Frankston Bombers. Sorrento blasted its way into the big dance with a dominant second semi-final display against Rosebud a fortnight ago, while Frankston Bombers advanced after knocking over the Bombers in the Preliminary Final last week. These sides have met on two occasions this season. The first time was a disaster for Frankston. After conceding the first three goals of the game, the Sharks went on a rampage and won by almost 100 points. Three Frankston Bombers’ players were reported in that game and two were suspended. The second time around at Frankston’s Greg Beck Oval, the final score was a bit closer but the end result was the same – Sorrento ended-up with the four points. Frankston is likely to go into its most important match without number one ruckman Ryan Kitchen. Kitchen appeared to injure a hamstring in the third quarter of the Preliminary Final and played no role in the final quarter, despite the game being in the balance. His right hamstring was iced for the entire last quarter.

Given his form over the past two finals, ‘Kitch’ was going to play a vital role against Ryan Williams, who has been dominant in the second half of the year for the Sharks. Corey Macari, who looks best suited in the ruck, will need to shoulder most of the responsibility for the Bombers in the middle of the ground. This then of course robs the Bombers of another defender. The big question on Frankston going into the Grand Final is ‘can they kick a winning score’? Who is going to kick Frankston’s goals? Zac Longham is likely to get James Brigden, who rarely loses a battle, while Frankston’s second go-to man, coach Beau Muston will get Ryan Potter. Beau is playing at 85 per cent tops and will find the going tough. Justin Kiss was electric in the reserves in the finals and could be a smoky given his unpredictability and mercurial talents. Or, they may opt for Brett Sutton to perform a lock-down role on Treeby or Tapscott. The final option is to replace a like for a like in Aaron Pasquill. Given the lack of firepower in Frankston’s attack, this leaves a whole lot of responsibility on Alex Harnett, Jason Kingsbury, Sam Fox, Matt Harris and Dale Sutton to kick multiple goals. They all rotate through the middle but they’ll need to kick 6-10 goals between them for the Bombers to win.

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Grand Final Sen: Sorrento

Sen: Sorrento

Toe Punt RRP FM Grand Final

Gary Sanford Bendigo Bank Grand Final

Sen: Sorrento

Sen: Sorrento

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Res: Sorrento

Res: Sorrento

Res: Sorrento

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U19: Somerville

U19: Somerville

U19: Somerville

U19: Red Hill

U19: Somerville

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John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach Grand Final

Doug Dyall MPNFL Historian Grand Final

Sen: Sorrento

Sen: Sorrento

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Res: Sorrento

Res: Rosebud

Res: Sorrento

U19: Somerville

U19: Somerville

U19: Somerville

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

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Football Preview Defensively, the Bombers won’t be afforded the luxury of having the likes of Jarryd Amalfi and Ryan Marks-Logan playing loose and providing run and drive from half back. Corey Buchan will go to Chris Dawes and Marks-Logan will need to go to Nick Corp. This leaves Al Williams for Leigh Poholke. One of the best forwards in the game, Poholke relishes playing on the third-ranked defender most weeks. Amalfi and Nathan Lonie will need to provide the run and drive off half back, however, the Sharks will be sure to not allow them any free space. In the middle, the Sharks are bigger and stronger. Luke Tapscott is a star of the competition and a wrecking machine. James Hallahan is silky and smooth and then there’s the fleet-footed, intelligent and skilful youngsters in Zac Byrns and Shannon Gladman, who have dominated most weeks. Tyrren Head, Daniel Grant, Troy Schwarze and Chad Harris are all dominant players who are given free licence to run, carry and create for the Sharks. Sheer weight of talent, and Frankston has a heap of it, still favours the Sharks. The Sorrento midfield will get the ball inside their attacking zone enough times for the powerful forward half to kick a winning score. Unfortunately, Frankston’s forward line, which is leaner than the opposition, just won’t get the same amount of forward entries. One would love to predict a thrilling grand final; however, Sorrento has been a class above this season and will win comfortably.

RESERVES In the Reserves, Rosebud will be looking to improve on its performance a couple of weeks ago when it took on Sorrento. Given the Buds are no longer in the seniors, there is likely to be some players who can drop back into the Grand Final side today. Whilst we are sure to focus on the likes of Kenyon, Mattison, Lawson, Cameron and Muller for the Sharks, given their legendary status at the Sharks and their experience in big games, we can’t underestimate the fact that the Buds are the reigning premiers and know how to get the job done. They will go into the game as rank outsiders, given they were touched-up in the Second Semi Final, however, I doubt we’ll see a repeat of that today. UNDER 19s It’s hard to look past Somerville against Red Hill in the Under 19s today. There hasn’t been a lot between the Eagles and Hillmen this season, until the Second Semi Final, where the Eagles flexed their muscles. Somerville has been quite unsettled this season, given it has had plenty of players in and out of the seniors during the year. The Eagles have shown in the finals that with a full contingent, it’s pretty hard to stop.

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Road to the Grand Final SENIORS Sorrento 2nd Semi

Sorrento

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4.7.31

Rosebud

Frankston Frankston Frankston

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Red Hill Red Hill Red Hill

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6.9.45 12.7.79 3.11.29

Frankston QF 1st Semi Preliminary Final

RESERVES Sorrento 2nd Semi

Rosebud Round 18 2nd Semi Preliminary Final

Sorrento Sorrento Frankston

UNDER 19’s Somerville 2nd Semi

Red Hill

Red Hill QF 2nd Semi Preliminary Final

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Club Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Rosebud Buds

After a fantastic season of football our Development Squad has won through for the opportunity to defend their Premiership Title against Sorrento. For the Club it is the top of the roller coaster ride that has been this finals campaign. Premierships are what we play for and the whole club and our community of sponsors and supporters will make themselves heard on the hill at Kars St. Oval today! We take great pride in our community football development program, providing an opportunity and pathway for the graduates of our highly engaging Rosebud Junior Football Club to find a place in senior football and take advantage of the healthy, supportive networks our footy club provides. Characterising the outstanding leadership and integrity of our coaches this year has been Development Coach Luke Farrelly, who over many seasons, has truly represented what the Club is about. His leadership will be on full display again today - make sure you get out on the oval at ¼ and ¾ time to help him lift the boys. Last week unfortunately also took us to the bottom of the roller coaster ride with the defeat of our Senior team – on the day, at the end, we were not in front. Adrian’s address to the players after the game was consistent with his supportive and developmental messages all year. Today is about our Development Squad and they give us the opportunity, at the big dance for 2017 and to say Go Buds! HandsOffMPNFLFootyNetball!

Red Hill Hillmen

Congratulations to all concerned with the U19s who have made it through to our fourth grand final this decade. We wish Happy and his charges all the best for today’s encounter with Sommie. Certainly the two best under’s sides are out there. As a club we are proud to continue producing high calibre boys who represent themselves and the club so well. It is a no brainer in the face of the points system and the salary cap. We also congratulate Millie Ross, winner of the Netball U17 B/F Award. Unfortunately her team was not able to get across the line in the Grand Final. This team also demonstrates the depth coming through our junior netball program. This writer wishes to express on behalf of the club our thanks to Blackers for all you have brought to the club. Your professional approach has seen final’s in each of the four years with us. You leave a legacy to build on with the depth of juniors, and attitudes now entrenched. To you and your family we wish you well in whatever endeavours you may embark in the future. COMING EVENTS: Next Wednesday 20th Sept. The Jono Brown Luncheon with the added attraction of Liam Pickin (current Bulldog). Friday 22nd Sept. Presentation Night at Flinders Golf Club 6.30 p.m. Red Hill Race Day at Balnarring Racecourse November 11th from 11 a.m. GO HILLIES

Frankston Bombers

Welcome to today’s Big Dance where the mighty Bombers go on a shark attack. Our appearance in the Grand Final, coupled with the Reserves & 19’s going deep in the finals, is a fantastic reflection of the hard work & skill of those who manage our Club. The football program, headed by our coaches Beau, Travis & Zach with support from Ben, Mark,Justin & Doug has delivered outstanding results for our Cub. President Chris Sharman, & his Committee have created an environment for success & delivered the tools that our club requires to flourish and deliver Grand Final results. Don’t forget to book your presentation night tickets for Friday September 22nd with dinner, dancing & drinks what more could you want? Our summer fundraiser is the fishing competition, The Peninsula Snapper Challenge, please do your bit to promote the event thru Facebook, sign up a few entrants or maybe join up yourself for a great weekend of fishing, fun & prizes. The Frankston Bombers wants to take the opportunity to thank every family member who has contributed to our great 2017 season. To each sponsor, the volunteers who have set up, cleaned up, fund raised or organised something and sacrificed their time to make our Club a better place to be - we say THANK YOU. Today we have 22 players wearing the Red & Black, to you all please go well and play your best game for the year. You will hear our roar as we cheer you on to victory. 2017 started as unfinished business, lets finish that business today GO BOMBER

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Club Notes

Bendigo Community Bank Somerville Eagles

Well here we are at the BIG DANCE for our U19s. It is very exciting for the boys to make the Grand Final. They will have the support of the club behind them today. Congratulations to our coach Will Casey, 2nd year in the gig, Scotty Nation his more than ample assistant and Dave Harrison the Team manager. The effort the boys have put in has been brilliant and hopefully the boys deliver to get the benefits of your hard work. The club had 11 players this year make their debut for the season and of those 11, 5 were from our U19s. Nagle, Stapleton, Nation, Delmo & Skinner and 2 others in Roberts & Gruar backed up their debuts in 2016. This not only puts the club in a good position for the future but for today as well. these guys have planned senior footy so must stand up! We have played Red Hill 3 times for 1 win, so we need to square the ledger! We played well in the semifinal but we need to get up and about early to try and grab an advantage. We have only played 1 game in the last month with byes etc, so we must be switched on from the first bounce! Good Luck lads! Go Eagles What ever happens this afternoon we will be back at the rooms at 3.00pm to celebrate the season that was and start planning for 2018. The club would like to thank our tireless committee and all the volunteers that help to make our club the great place it is. We look forward to seeing you all in 2018! - Elwin says goodbye for the last time!

Sorrento Sharks

To our under 19’s who bowed out of the finals race last weekend. Congratulations on a terrific season where improvement across the group was the highlight. While it was disappointing to lose the Preliminary final, you can all be proud of your efforts in season 2017. It’s a great sign for the future of the club to have our youth go deep into September. To Craig and the boys well done on a great season and we look forward to getting you all back in 2018. To our members, sponsors, volunteers and supporter’s thank you once again for your continued support this season. Its contributions from many that make it such a great place to be and help ensure the club continues to get stronger. We hope you’ve enjoyed the ride. Finally, to the players, coaches and support staff of the Reserves and Seniors. It’s been a big year with some ups and downs along the way. The whole way through the football has been exciting, impressive and relentless which is a credit to all of you. We have one more challenge to conquer today to make all the blood, sweat and tears worthwhile. You know what it takes to get the job done which is half the battle. Today we have great confidence you’ll do whatever it takes to give us every opportunity for the ultimate success. Good luck in both grades as we strive for premiership glory. Thought of the week: If you’re waiting on a waiter in a restaurant, are you then the waiter!

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Bendigo Community Bank

U19’s Grand Final

SOMERVILLE UNDER 19’S

RED HILL UNDER 19’S

Coach: Team Manager:

Coach: Team Manager:

Will Casey Dave Harrison

Andrew Gilmour Sam Scicluna

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

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Kane Lachlan Jai Nick Hayden Shea Harry Nathan Matthew James Ryan Harry Zac Jarrod Torren Dan Luke Lachlan Alister Max Max Darcy Macailter Max Blake 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 Gallagher Marchesani Pilgrim

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

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Bendigo Community Bank Reserves Grand Final SORRENTO RESERVES Coach: Team Manager:

ROSEBUD RESERVES Coach: Team Manager:

Brad Phillips Darren Croad

Luke Farrelly John Miller

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

Jones (VC) Bancroft O’Hehir (C) Mew Corrin White (VC) Bos Garlick Schultz McRae Dunn Zurek Clarke Cohn Bolton Hotchin Holt Thomson Raphael Luck Porta Maher Edwards Stirling Ellis Smith McLennan Schellander Donald Taylor Schwind

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Presidents View

Sorrento Sharks Having not made the finals in 2016 The Sorrento Football & Netball Club have worked hard to evolve in 2017. It was fantastic to see the U15’s win the Premiership and the U19’s make the Preliminary Final. It’s a great sign for the future of the club to have our young players participate in the finals. Congratulations to Jack Gipp on winning a well-deserved U19’s Best & Fairest award, Leigh Poholke winning the Seniors Leading Goal Kicker and Sorrento awarded Champion Club. In addition, we had 5 players selected in the 2017 Nepean Team of the year. Congratulations to James Hallahan, Luke Tapscott, Daniel Grant, Nick Corp and Leigh Poholke. Fantastic achievements. It is great to have both the Reserves and Seniors in Grand Finals. “Fingers crossed”. They have both played well throughout the year and we are proud of them all particularly the one pointers in the teams who have stepped up. Needless to say, our Sponsors, Members, Supporters and Volunteers play a big part in our continued existence and success. A big thank you to all of them. Looking forward to seeing you all next year at our extended and refreshed clubrooms. What’s more this intensely focussed group were fantastic to have around this year. Good luck to the teams and let’s hope for injury free contests. Bernie Balmer - President - Sorrento Football Netball Club

Frankston Bombers What a great year 2017 has been down at Bomberland , finishing the season with all teams in the finals, but only the Seniors making it to that one day in September. The Bombers are focused and Beau has the boys up and about and after last year they have “Unfinished Business” to go one better this year. Special Thanks to Beau’s staff, Greeny, Hally, Zach and Jamie for all your efforts this year. Without your input the boys wouldn’t be here. Also a big thanks to Trav and Booze in the two’s who just fell short last week. A great effort by Zach to get the Under 19’s into the finals and they will only get better next year. Big Thanks to Bob, Eric, Irin and Andy for getting the boys out on the field every week, and thanks to Mark (OJ) White and Harry for all your work. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our Partners in particular our Major Sponsors, Jason from Hi-tech Paving, Paul from ISUZU Trucks, Juan from UFIRST Real Estate and Jason from Q and J Construction. Thank you to all our sponsors which can be seen listed at the club. Support our sponsors wherever you can. As with previous years as President, I have had great support from the committee and would like to thank Tony Fulton (VP),Cheryl Cameron (Secretary) and Adam Pasquill (Treasurer). Along with the rest of the committee, Gavin Wells, Sarah Bodycomb, Garry Smith, Lance Santon, Darren Ryan, Cam O’Neill, Chrissy, Emily, Foony and all other helpers that make our club a wonderful place to be. Good Luck today and whatever Happens you make us proud to be a Bomber. Go Bombers Chris Sharman - President - Frankston Football Netball Club

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Rosebud Buds Firstly I’d like to congratulate all the premiership winners in netball from last weekend well done girls (no Rosebud teams this year unfortunately). Well it’s been a fantastic season for our club once again proving that if you believe in your local athletes they will deliver whether it be football or netball. Our 2 new senior coaches in both codes have supplied a wealth of endless professionalism to the playing groups which will carry into 2018 with the re-signing of Adrian McBean (football) and Nicole Hadgkiss (netball). Well done to our senior football team, the competition was super strong at the top this year and you showed just how good a champion team can operate, although we didn’t make it today, our player points each week when we take the field are generally by far the lowest which is indicative of the junior development structures carried out by some very dedicated local volunteers, thank you. Our U/19’s just missed finals this year but I’m sure they’ll be back for pre-season in the warmer months raring to go. We had 6 of our players who are bottom age in the Dandenong Stingrays TAC cup regularly playing which is a fantastic achievement. This week will be our development teams 23rd game in 2017 and it’s certainly territory they’ve been in before given their success in 2016. It takes a very humble hard working group to ensure they are up for the challenge week in week out and that’s where our lads excel because of their bond both on and off the field. Coach Luke Farrelly is #1 in the eyes of his team and he delivers nothing but positivity into the group which is a major plus in sport nowadays. Luke’s passion will be on show again today between 11:45am and 2pm, so let’s all get behind him and show our support. Finally, thank you to All our volunteers and good luck today lads. Lachie White - President - Rosebud Football Netball Club

Somerville Eagles Well today sees the culmination of 10 months worth of effort as a club Netball finished on the Saturday just gone, with the clubs C & B girls playing in the final. C’s lost in overtime and fortunately the B girls were able to bring home the silverware. To the Girls a hearty congratulations on the win. Both games were a testimony to Netty on the Peninsula. We move on to today, and for us to have the Under’s playing today, confirms that all the good work done during the season by the players and the coach, has paid off. Wilbur and the boys have had a ripping season and today hopefully they can go that final step and see the fruits of their labour. No matter what happens today, to play off in the Grand Final is no mean feat. Today of course also marks the closing of the 2017 season, a season that has seen it’s ups and downs both on and off field for the club but here we are today. To Paul and Glenn I can’t thank you two enough for all the support you have given the club over the years. And to my club, we have no room for ego’s as we stand as one. #got the job done. Andy Palmer - President - Somerville Football Netball Club

Red Hill Hillmen This Saturday sees us playing off in the under 19’s Grand Final for the second year in a row, I am hopeful we can go one step further than we did last year and be fortunate enough to bring home a flag to the Red Hill Football Netball Club. I would like to congratulate our boys for their performances this year both on and off field. The entire group has been dedicated to training and playing the game in the right spirit, as well as assisting with duties around the club on game day. Playing off this weekend is a much deserved reward for all their hard work. I would like to thank our coach, Andrew Gilmour, for all his hard work and efforts in preparing the boys week in and week out, well done Happy. Thanks must also go to all the support staff, trainers, team managers, water boys, runners and assistants without whom we could not provide the support the team needs to perform each week. Like all clubs these tasks are undertaken by volunteers who do a great job, many thanks one and all. We go into Saturdays game quietly confident but if we are not properly prepared and do not show a very talented Somerville side the respect they deserve things may not go our way. On behalf of our club, members,supporters and sponsors I wish our boys well for Saturdays and look forward to a great game of football this Saturday. Go Hills Roger Siversen - President - Red Hill Football Netball Club

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FOLLOWERS

Sorrento

Interchange

Ryan Willams Luke Tapscott Shannon Gladman

Ryan Potter James Brigden

FF

HF

C

HB

FB

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Jay Blair Zac Byrns Chad Harris Danny Hickey

Aaron Paxton

Jay Reynolds

Zac Longham

Tyrren Head

Nick Marston

Danny Stephenson

Dale Sutton

Beau Muston

Jason Kingsbury

Daniel Grant

James Hallahan

Joshua Chapman

Sam Fox

Troy Schwarze

Ryan Marks-Logan Corey Buchan

Jarryd Amalfi

Jayden Tompkins Chris Dawes

Leigh Poholke

Nathan Lonie Corey Micari

Frankston Interchange Jake Foster Jason Bedford James Degenhardt Jay Page

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C

Josh Francis

Leigh Treeby

Ryan Kitchin Alex Harnett Mitchell Bosward

FB

Matt Harris

Marcus Gardner Nick Corp

FOLLOWERS

Likely Line-Ups!!

Al Williams

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Bendigo Community Bank Senior Coach’s Message Sorrento Coach - Troy Schwarze

“After many training sessions and meetings it all comes down to this day. We are extremely excited about being here again on Grand Final day with our seniors and reserves representing our great club and the town of Sorrento. So many people have put in so much hard work to get us to this point and I can’t single individuals out as that would be unfair. So to everyone involved in our great club the players and coaches say thank you. We hope that you get your rewards today in the greatest way possible. To the mums and dads and partners of all our players I would like to say thank you. You have raised terrific young men who challenge each other and continually strive to improve. Thanks for your understanding and patience as local football is a big commitment that can’t be done alone. To all of our sponsors and supporters thanks again. Make sure you are as loud and proud as you can be today. Our players understand that they are lucky to be the ones who represent the club but also know that without your support we don’t have a club. We will do our best to make you proud again today. All the best to everyone involved.”

Frankston Coach - Beau Muston

Good luck lads! What an amazing journey we have all been on together. It’s been a season of highs and at stages some lows but your resolve and willingness to get our great club back on the big stage is outstanding. Whatever the result is come the end of the day please know I could not be any prouder of all of you. Believe we can win, Believe in One another, Believe we deserve this but most of all remember: “It’s meant to be hard, the hard is what makes it great” Thank you once again to all of the coaches, our entire playing list, our amazing netballers and women’s footballers, loyal sponsors and committee members but most importantly our supporters. There is nothing like a true under-dog story and we can’t wait to hear the RED & BLACK Army Loud and Proud. GO BOMBER!

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SORRENTO SHARKS

1. Shannon Gladman

Onballer who has had a major impact in his first full season working hard in close whilst also using pace to run and open up the play to great advantage

12. Leigh Treeby

A competitive beast who sets the bar for effort. A gun midfielder come forward whose aggression and passion make him a favourite with team mates. Two time Premiership player

27. Danny Stephenson

A breakout season for the young, skilful defender. He has made an artform of knowing when to defend and when to attack

13. Daniel Grant(VC)

A smooth moving but hard working runner who loves the big grounds. When he gets the ball the forwards lick their lips. Three time premiership player

28. Jayden Tomkins

Has made a terrific return to football from injury with his ability to play tall forward and ruck giving the side added versatility

2. Luke Tapscott(C)

Six time Premiership player who owns his wing and has been a rock for the club for the past fifteen years

14. Tyrren Head

22. Matthew Dobrowolski(RVC)

The former Karingal captain has had a massive impact both on and off the field. As solid as the great wall of China

29. Jay Blair

B.O.G in last year’s 19’s premiership has played every game in his debut season. Works hard and covers lots of ground

43. Lachlan Croad

Has broken into the Senior side with continual improvement in his ruckwork

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3. Trevor Mattison

A ferocious attack on the ball coupled with a damaging kick and an uncanny goal sense makes him a headache for opposition sides

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2014 Premiership player who adds pace, run and long kicking to the line up

33. Nick Marston

Former VAFA B&F with Old Brighton has been a welcome addition and has played a variety of roles before owning his spot in defence


6. Zac Byrns

Extremely hard working, low to the ground player with acute goal sense makes him a dangerous forward who can also provide onball drive. 2014 Premiership player

23. Nick Corp

Former Premiership player with Collegians and 2016 Competition leading goalkicker. A marking target with good hands who can give a chop out in the ruck

36. James Brigden(VC)

The team of the year full back in 2016. An interrupted season with injury but a vital cog in Sorrento’s defence

7. Leigh Poholke(VC) A freakish goal kicker who doesn’t need many opportunities. Quick on the lead and clever around goals and an accurate kick. Leading Competition goal kicker this year for the fourth time to go along with three Premierships

24. Bailey Holt

First year player who has impressed with his pace and run and his versatility has seen him used all over the ground

38. James Hallahan(C)

2014 Premiership player who has had an outstanding season using his pace and long kicking to great advantage whether coming off half back or through the midfield

8. Chris Dawes

AFL Premiership player who, despite an interrupted year, has had a huge impact with his powerful marking and accurate kicking whilst acute game sense gives structure to forward line

25. Ryan Williams

11. Ryan Potter

Tough as nails defender who always gives 100% in these defensive roles

26. Chad Harris

2014 Premiership player whose ruckwork has been pivotal to our on ball set up. Uses his strengths to pave the way for the onballers

Another in his first full year who has provided drive whether up forward or on ball. Terrific hand and foot skills

39. Marcus Gardner

40. Troy Schwarze(Coach) If this is his final game then what a career. Has made a huge impact on the team and the club over a decade. Five Premierships as a player and coach

Clever small forward with acute goal sense and strong work ethic has seen him provide balance to the forward structure

51. Dan Hickey

His commitment has seen his game flourish in 17. Brings pace and an x factor to the big stage

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COACH Troy Schwarze

Co- CAPTAINs Luke Tapscott James Hallahan

TEAM MANAGER

First Name

Surname

Age

H

W

1

Shannon

Gladman

2

Luke

Tapscott ( C )

20

173

70

26

183

3

Trevor

89

Mattison

33

181

86

4 5

Justin

McCleary

26

187

98

Jack

Falck

27

175

74

6

Zac

Byrns

22

172

70

7

Leigh

Poholke (VC)

25

188

90

8

Chris

Dawes

29

193

106

9

Jon

Caspar

28

175

74

10

Nick

Muller

31

182

84

11

Ryan

Potter

36

181

78

12

Leigh

Treeby

33

181

84

13

Daniel

Grant

26

182

80

14

Tyrren

Head

25

194

75

15

Aaron

Paxton

25

185

90

19

Angus

Callaghan

20

176

76

21

Ben

McCormack

34

180

80

22

Matt

Dobrowolski

25

180

70

23

Nick

Corp

27

193

97

24

Bailey

Holt

18

191

80

25

Ryan

Williams

26

194

107

26

Chad

Harris

19

182

77

27

Danny

Stephenson

20

178

72

28

Jayden

Tomkins

21

193

80

29

Jay

Blair

18

184

74

32

Nat

Diconza

22

183

74

33

Nick

Marston

30

188

89

36

James

Brigden (VC)

21

192

80

38

James

Hallahan ( C )

26

190

92

39

Marcus

Gardner

22

169

69

40

Troy

Schwarze

35

191

90

43

Lachlan

Croad

22

192

95

51

Dan

Hickey

25

180

75

1/4 Time

1/2 Time

Geoffrey Morgan

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G

B

Final Score


FRANKSTON BOMBERS No

First Name

Surname

Age

1

Corey

Buchan

2

Dale

Sutton

4

Alex

Harnett

7

Brett

Sutton

H

W

24

175

80

23

181

85

8

Sam

Fox

25

174

80

9

Beau

Muston

30

189

83

10

Ryan

Marks-Logan

23

192

79

11

James

Degenhardt

30

185

88

12

Nathan

Lonie

34

190

96

13

Jay

Page

24

177

78

15

Jake

Foster

25

177

84

16

Jarryd

Amalfi

25

188

102

17

Zach

Longham

24

193

90

19

Ben

Tournier

25

178

78

23

Ryan

Kitchen

29

200

98

24

Cam

O’Neill

25

187

88

22

191

101

27

175

75

26

Corey

Micari

30

Mitchell

Bosward ( C )

32

Alan

Williams

34

Brad

Whittley

G

B

COACH Beau Muston

40

Matt

Harris

24

182

84

44

Jason

Kingsbury

23

182

83

47

Adam

Pasquill

24

193

93

48

Nathan

Phillips

24

178

80

CAPTAIN Mitchell Bosward

55

Jason

Bedford

25

185

80

69

Joshua

Chapman

23

187

88

1/4 Time

1/2 Time

3/4 Time

Final Score

TEAM MANAGER Mark White

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FRANKSTON BOMBERS

1. Corey Buchan A former Dolphins star who is strong overhead, rarely beaten and makes CHB his own.

2. Dale Sutton Explosive Midfielder/Forward who can break a game apart. Reliable big game player.

4. Alex Harnett A VFL Richmond listed player who is strong and skilful and lifts those around him with his courage and composure.

10. Ryan Marks-Logan Super composed rebounding defender. Extremely strong in the air and always uses the ball well.

11. James Degenhardt Tough as nails inside midfielder. Well skilled and balanced and capable of hitting the scoreboard.

12. Nathan Lonie Veteran Half Back with exceptional foot skills. Provides plenty of rebound and makes every touch count.

13. Jay Page Negating defender that provides rebound and composure in the backline.

26. Corey Micari Negating full back who will pinch hit in the ruck. Provides long kicking and a big presence down back.

29. Josh Francis A super competitive and clean skilled wingman. Insanely courageous and will throw his body at every contest.

30. Mitch Bosward Our Captain. A brave inside mid who provides amazing leadership and direction on the field. Sets an example for others to follow.

32. Allan Williams A super competitive and negating back. Loves a challenge and is a true team player.

55. Jason Bedford A true gut running wingman who can break lines lines with his run and carry and not short of courage at the contest.

69. Josh Chapman Line breaking winger who loves to take the game on. Extremely good overhead and loves the big stage.

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5. Jay Reynolds A favourite son who has returned that can turn a game with his freakish skills and game sense.

7. Brett Sutton Explosive Wing/Midfielder who takes the game on. Very balanced and highly skilled by hand or foot.

8. Sam Fox Super agile and damaging Mid/forward. A proven goal kicker and elusive clearance player.

9. Beau Muston Experienced player who controls the forward line. Provides a strong and agile lead up target.

15. Jake foster Creative midfielder/forward with great skills on both sides of the body. Experienced and composed under pressure.

16. Jarryd Amalfi Excellent ball reader and ball user in the backline. Always makes good decisions and hurts opposition with the depth of his kicking.

17. Zac Longham Super quick and high leaping full-forward. Leading Goal Kicker for last 4 years running. Takes his chances on goal.

23. Ryan Kitchin Aggressive mobile ruckman that’s extremely agile and dangerous around the ground.

34. Brad Whittley Mid Sized Forward who creates plenty of scoring opportunities. Great reader and ability to crumb inside 50.

40. Matt Harris A creative mid size forward who imposes enormous pressure on opposition defenders.

44. Jason Kingsbury Super fit and Courageous on baller. Never gives in and is the ultimate warrior.

47. Adam Pasquill A versatile strong ruckmen who will give the ultimate contest in the air and on the ground all day.

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Fixture 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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Bendigo Community Bank 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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What A Season…But It’s Not Quite Over Yet… GrandFinals…Milestones...Opportunities...Firsts... and many more memorable moments are what has epitomised the 2017 season at the SUA. In a season of continued change opportunities arose for anyone willing to continuously pound the pavement, chase advice and grab the challenge by the scruff of the neck. The kids were blooded and the “Dad’s Army” continued to show all that so long as the old dog still has a pulse they’ll be out there doing they’re all to hold the young whipper snappers at bay. But by George are those whipper snappers are now well and truly coming. There’s a new wave, not like any seen for the best part of a decade, hitting the SUA by storm. Many of the old folks will be sipping their glasses of champers from a deckchair today. And now we set off for the final weekend of the season with umpires and players alike chasing the ultimate glory. For players, the shine of the premiership cup, while for umpires, the chance to officiate in the biggest games of the year. While not everyone can taste ultimate success, everyone should be able to look back on season 2017 with fond memories and a sense of achievement. Just getting out on the park week-in week-out and having a good crack is success.

So to all involved in Grand Finals - best of luck. Run hard, play hard, be fair and enjoy. To those not – continue to strive for improvement and do it all with a smile. 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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Nepean FNL Senior Grand Final Umpires FIELD UMPIRES Kimberley Boyce Expectation, the grind and then the ultimate success. After 16 years dating back to when she was just a bub (or at least you would assume she was at that age), Kim has worked her way from the boundary to the field, from Melbourne to Darwin and Brisbane and back again to now achieve the ultimate goal of her first SUA Senior Grand Final. But not only is she a outstanding field umpire, she is equally adept to jumping hurdles in the athletic arena like her idol Jana Pittman with whom she has had the privilege of training with.

Daniel Outhred

Good things come to those who wait and work their backsides off. There really isn’t much more that anyone can say about Dan. The ultimate nice guy and one time reserves native, Dan has shown that a bit of hard work and a positive attitude not only wins hearts but also results. Once a young boundary umpire and now a 1st time Senior Grand Final field umpire this everyday lad with a pure red and blue heart (his heart also beats true when a goalie flies their grand old flag) should be an inspiration to the everyday umpire.

Rick Taig

If ruling the classroom wasn’t enough for this short statured man (yes the primary school team still needs a point guard) with big red rosy cheeks (think those that all grannies love), Rick just has to keep proving time and time again his standing in the top echelon of SUA umpires. Not content with just one Senior Grand Final in each League, he backs up last year’s 2nd Peninsula decider with his 2nd Nepean finale to give him 5 Senior Grand Finals in total. All of this surrounding a 3 year stint at the VFL where the lack of his bubbly personality is still being felt to this day. The ultimate SUA man, he will no doubt leave one of the lasting legacies at the association in years to come.

Wade Anderson Having joined SUA from South Metro Juniors, Wade is part of one of the associations most dedicated families. Making his senior debut 3 years ago, Wade has worked his way up through the ranks to progressively umpire grand finals in the U19s, Reserves and culminating now his maiden Senior gig. A part time Goal umpire in 2017 as just in order to try and upstage his old man, the young pup of the family has a bright career ahead.

Jordan Nicholls

A larger than life, pint sized character with a breathing apparatus the most experienced divers would kill for, Jordie makes his long awaited and deserved Senior Grand Final debut. Some call him a pest, the odd one lovable. Jordie’s infectious personality lights up every room even if infuriating some. Jordie is a greta example of perseverance and a never say die attitude.

GOAL UMPIRES Harley Trickey In just his second year on the goal panel at SUA, Harley has flown up the ranking to perform his finger exercises in his maiden Senior Grand Final. Under the expert tutelage of his “actual” work boss (in the real world), the legendary James Richardson of SUA goal umpiring record breaking fame, Harley’s improvement has been second to none. The big question now is will Richo roster him on just to prevent him starting the record chase down...?

Bradley Kellett

Two years and two Senior Grand Finals. Now that’s one sure way to start what will no doubt be an extremely successful goal umpiring career. With his beloved Bulldogs not even attempting a yelp this year, Brad’s undivided attention was set on backing up his outstanding first year to prove that there would be no second year blues. Through this past season he has also officiated in numerous TAC Cup games and also the Interleague Division One playoff on the holy grail of sporting areas (MCG).

BOUNDARY UMPIRES Luke Walley Move aside paparazzi, there’s a new man in town. With an eye behind a camera to rival the best and the owner of some stunning albums Luke’s the man for all your event filming and photography. But his skills don’t just end there. Luke is backing last year’s decider with his 2nd consecutive Nepean Senior Grand Final appearance. The challenge for all those with a camera is to get those images that would make even Luke blush.

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Nepean Netball Grand Final Results CRIB POINT PREMIERS 2017

A

GRADE

Crib Point 43 def Tyabb 29

BEST ON COURT Dionne Douglas Crib Point

SOMERVILLE PREMIERS 2017

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BEST ON COURT Amy Gilmore Somerville 37


Nepean Netball Grand Final Results CRIB POINT PREMIERS 2017

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GRADE

BEST ON COURT Alya Gallagher Crib Point

Crib Point 37 def Somerville 35

RYE PREMIERS 2017

D

GRADE

Rye 35 def Frankston 29 38

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BEST ON COURT Miranda Stewart Rye


Nepean Netball Grand Final Results PEARCEDALE PREMIERS 2017 17 & Under

Pearcedale 33 def Red Hill 27

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BEST ON COURT Alannah Quint Pearcedale

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Footy Results

Bendigo Community Bank Football SENIORS

Preliminary Finals Frankston 10.10.70 def

8.5.53

Rosebud

ROSEBUD GOALS: K. Downie 2, T. Stoffels, B. Payne, B. Dwyer, J. Jarman, R. Bos, L. Mew; BEST: S. Downie, J. McRae, B. Davidge, B. Dwyer, J. Jarman, R. Bos FRANKSTON GOALS: B. Muston 2, A. Harnett 2, Z. Longham 2, M. Harris, J. Kingsbury, M. Bosward, J. Bedford; BEST: J. Amalfi, A. Harnett, R. Marks-Logan, C. Buchan, J. Kingsbury, M. Bosward

RESERVES

Preliminary Finals Rosebud 15.10.100 def

11.11.77

Frankston

ROSEBUD GOALS: B. Schultz 6, R. Bos 2, J. Clarke, D. Schwind, D. Cohn, P. Jones, K. Corrin, B. Garlick, B. Porta; BEST: R. Bos, B. Schultz, S. Sterling, J. White, D. Cohn, J. Clarke FRANKSTON GOALS: J. Kiss 5, R. Lia 2, B. Whittley 2, W. Groves, B. Sutton; BEST: J. Burr, B. Sutton, L. Lewis, B. Whittley, N. Phillips, A. Pasquill

UNDER 19

Preliminary Finals Red Hill 9.5.59 def

3.11.29

Sorrento

RED HILL GOALS: N. Higgins 4, M. Westle, N. Theobald, K. Hawkins, L. Prins, D. Frampton; BEST: A. Marchesani, J. Greenwood, D. Frampton, N. Higgins, A. Fuller, H. Lowe SORRENTO GOALS: J. Gipp 2, H. White; BEST: K. Gipp, M. King, J. Gipp, H. White, J. Goss, C. Croad

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Footy Stats

Bendigo Community Bank

Ladders SENIORS Team

P W L D F A

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

5 3 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0

62 52 52 51 42 40 37 37 35 34

reserves

RESERVES 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

under 19’s Team

seniors

% 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

Team

“HOT SHOT” Leading Goal kicker

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

Player

Club

G

T

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

Rosebud Rosebud Hastings Frankston Sorrento Tyabb Red Hill Pearcedale Dromana Red Hill

0 1 0 2 3 0 0 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

1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

40 38 31 25 24 24 22 20 20 20

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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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