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Division 1 - Round 14 Saturday 21st July 2018

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The stage is set for a massive five-week carnival of sport after the naming of host venues for this year’s Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League (MPNFL) finals series. Frankston Park will once again become the field of dreams for footballers across the Peninsula, hosting grand finals in division one and two, while the netball deciders will be played at Somerville and the FDNA courts at Jubilee Park. A delegation of AFL South East officials, headed by AFLSE Leagues Manager Shaun Connell, including Football Operations Manager Haydn Parsons, Netball Operations Manager Sam Downie, Women’s Operations Manager Rod Hamilton and Region Director of Umpiring Carl Fletcher, inspected venues from one end of the Peninsula to the other, working closely with a Finance Sub-Committee to deliver the best possible outcomes for participants, clubs and supporters from right across the region. The finals proposal was ticked off on Thursday 12 July by the Finance Sub-Committee appointed by the clubs to review the costs associated with running the finals series. Connell said AFLSE received six applications from clubs to host this year’s finals. “There were many factors for the management team to consider when deciding on the host venues for this year’s finals series,” Connell said. “Obviously it’s the biggest and best time of the year and I believe we’ve got the balance right, in presenting

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quality venues and respecting the club’s feedback of preserving the exciting atmosphere of the football-netball environment synonymous with the MPNFL. “We’re blessed to have such great facilities across the length and breadth of the Peninsula, and I think we’re set for one of the most exciting and memorable finals series on record. “Due to the divisional structure, clubs that haven’t experienced the cut and thrust of finals football and netball will be in the spotlight again, and that’s fantastic for those clubs in particular.” One of the great highlights of this year’s finals series will take place at Hastings on Saturday 25 August, where the division two second semi-finals in football will be complemented by the netball preliminary finals, and also the preliminary finals of South Eastern Women’s Football (SEWF). The SEWF semi-finals will take place at Beaconsfield on Sunday 19 August, with the grand finals to be played at the same venue, Holm Park Reserve, on Saturday 1 September. 2018 MPNFL FINALS DATES AND VENUES MPNFL Division One Week 1 - Saturday, 25 August Elimination Final Chelsea Sunday, 26 August Qualifying Final Mornington Netball Semi-Finals Mornington Week 2 - Saturday, 1 September First Semi-Final Chelsea Sunday, 2 September Second Semi-Final Mornington Netball Preliminary Final Mornington Week 3 - Sunday, 9 September Preliminary Final Frankston Park Netball Grand Final FDNA Week 4 - Sunday, 16 September Grand Final Frankston Park MPNFL Division Two Week 1 - Saturday, 18 August Qualifying Final Somerville Netball Semi-Finals Somerville Sunday, 19 August Elimination Final Rye Week 2 - Saturday, 25 August Second Semi-Final Hastings Netball Preliminary Final Hastings SEWF Preliminary Final Hastings Sunday, 26 August First Semi-Final Rye Week 3 - Saturday, 1 September Preliminary Final Somerville Netball Grand Final Somerville Week 4 - Saturday, 8 September Grand Final Frankston Park

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AFL Vic Country Love the Game Round This weekend the Victorian football community is encouraging fans to love the game, not the odds, as part of the 2018 Love the Game Round from July 20-22. AFL Victoria, in partnership with the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, is showing its support for the ‘Love the Game’ campaign via the annual dedicated Love the Game Round involving all 10 Victorian AFL clubs, our state league competitions, 23 community Leagues and clubs around the state. United by a passion for the game, the aim of the round is to remind fans and players alike that sport and betting don’t have to go together, despite the significant amount of advertising that has become part of the sporting landscape. During this year’s round, parents and other influential adults are being encouraged to talk to the kids in their life about the risks and potential harms associated with sports betting so that they can develop a more balanced, realistic understanding of how gambling works. Held from July 20-22, the dedicated round will also assist participating community and state leagues to educate clubs on creating safe and healthy environments for members to understand the risks involved with the increased normalisation of gambling in the community. A key activation this weekend will be centred on Saturday’s Round 16 Peter Jackson VFL game between Williamstown and Footscray at Williamstown Football ground, with the match hosting a Family Day including a host of children’s activities such as inflatables, face painting, halftime grid games and more. AFL Victoria CEO Steven Reaper said with the increasing exposure to sports betting advertising, the Love the Game Round is an important reminder to football supporters about what really matters. “AFL Victoria understands the importance of protecting our kids and we will encourage clubs to focus on the love of the game, not the odds, not just this weekend but every round of the season,” Reaper said.

“By celebrating this round across the Victorian football community, we can influence players at every level of the game.” The Foundation’s acting CEO, Craig Swift, said in an environment that is saturated with sports betting advertising, we have a responsibility to inform kids about gambling risks and how to avoid gambling harm. “The Love the Game Round serves as a good reminder to adults that sport and betting don’t have to go together, and to share with the kids in their life the many things they love about footy that have nothing to do with the odds,” Swift said. “It’s easy to overlook the fact that children born in this millennium have not experienced sport without betting, which makes it even more important that we equip them to make informed choices about gambling as adults, to avoid gambling harm or, if harm does occur, to recognise it and seek support. “Being part of a footy team is as much about social connectedness and having a sense of community wellbeing, as it is about competition. That’s why we love the game, not the odds.” For more information, visit lovethegame.vic.gov. au or join in the conversation on social media using #LoveTheGame.

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Footy Preview - Division 1 A tremble to turn into aftershocks By David Nagel

A round that has already sent trembles through the lower reaches of the MPNFL Division One ladder could develop into a full-scale, mid-table, earth-quake by 5pm this afternoon. Positions two to seven on the ladder lock horns in one of the great rounds of footy for the season, one that we will all look back on as the launching pad for a terrific last month of home-and-away footy. Seriously, it’s difficult to know where to start! But some games just have a really good feel to them and the contest between Pines and Frankston promises to be an absolute beauty at Eric Bell Reserve. The Pythons, the highest scoring team in the competition, take on the Bombers, the most frugal of the top five, in a game that has massive ramifications for both clubs. We all know it’s very difficult to win a premiership from fourth or fifth on the ladder, but the winner of this contest catapults themselves into the rarefied air of a genuine topthree contender. And for the loser, well last year’s grand finalists Frankston YCW (6th) and Bonbeach (7th) have a whiff of September now and will start to close in fast. Pines bounced back to the winners list in impressive fashion last start, downing Rosebud by 52 points after hard-to-take losses against Edi-Asp and Mt Eliza. Those losses hurt, but what they did do was highlight just how competitive the Pythons are against the best teams in the competition. But only at their best, and only when they put together four quality quarters of football. The Pythons were dead-set stiff against the Eagles, losing by a point, but the last-quarter fadeout against the Redlegs, at Eric Bell, was surprising, given the Pythons combative nature for three quarters. They led at every change – but wilted when it mattered most. The club’s leaders, rock-solid competitors like Paul Scanlon, Beau Hendry, Tim Bongetti and Aaron Edwards rectified the situation somewhat against the Buds – but know only their best footy will get the job done against the Bombers today.

Despite the efforts of Damien Rayson, Seaford now looks destined for relegation. Beau Muston and his boys have been super-impressive this year. Corey Micari has given his all in the ruck, while Ben Northover and Ryan Marks-Logan have been wonderful contributors in defence. Does Northover go deep on Edwards, or a kick from goal on Bongetti…there are plenty of unanswered questions heading into this one. Jason Kingsbury, Dale Sutton, Jake Greeley and Zac Longham will be key players for the Bombers, while Jarrad Grant will need to be very closely monitored by Paddy Swayn and co. This is a massive contest for both clubs…an early final if you like to separate the contenders from pretenders as we head into the pointy end of the season. This really is a flip-of-the-coin job…but we’ll go for the Pythons to finish strongly and win by 11 points.

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Footy Preview - Division 1 Is the greatest roller-coaster ride to a premiership in MPNFL history still on the cards – or has Frankston YCW done too much damage to its season and is now a spent force in 2018? It’s still the biggest question in the MPNFL right now, but one that will become a hell of a lot clearer after the Stonecats take on second-placed Edithvale-Aspendale at Jubilee Park today. Let’s just reflect for a minute. The Stonecats won their opening six games, including a round-one belting of Sorrento, but have secured just two premiership points since – and that was in a shortened game against bottom-placed Seaford. It’s been a remarkable fall from grace from one of the truly great footy clubs of recent times. The Stonecats have had to adjust to a long injury list, and the unavailability of some key players due to VFL duties, but have fallen rung by rung to eventually slip outside the top five. They need to rebound, and need to rebound fast! The funny thing is they haven’t been that bad of late, losing their last two games by six and three points against Frankston and Bonbeach. And those two games followed a cracking contest against Sorrento, and the early-end against the Tigers. They just need that one big win, against a genuine contender, and the Stonecats could quite easily get their swagger back. Just imagine if they roll the Eagles today! Players like Jie Coghlan, Kyle Hutchison, Byron Barry and Macklin Raine would gain so much confidence from a win, as would the likes of Michael Debenham, Christian Ongarello, Jack Mazurek and Lachie Street, the core players to have stood tall amongst a solid stream of injuries this year. They just need to get that spring back in their step – and what better way to do it than against the Eagles. Graeme Yeats and his boys have been super-consistent this season, not dominating opponents but doing the right things at the right times to secure four points on a constant basis. Chris Wylie and Nick Connellan have been workhorses in the ruck while Sam Monaghan has been one of the most consistent midfielders in the competition since making the switch from Noble Park. Brett Dore is still warming up to his best, while Michael Bussey and Brent Bowden are two key forwards the Stonecats will need to watch very closely today. Ongarello, widely regarded as the best defender in the league, will be spoilt for choice when he makes his way into the defensive 50 this afternoon. All the form would suggest that Edi-Asp win this one. They have talent all over the park and a burning belief that if things get tight, their structures will hold up under pressure. Expect a massive effort from the Stonecats – but it’s the Eagles by 13 points.

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Bonbeach has turned around its fortunes in recent times and will look to continue that trend when the Sharks welcome a rebounding Mt Eliza to Cannes Avenue today. Steve Hughes and his team had a choice to make after round nine, to either pack up tools after a 103-point loss to Pines or to dig deep and show the resilience of a club that played off in a grand final last year. Thankfully, for both the Sharks and the competition in general, they responded in a positive fashion. It’s actually difficult to comprehend that just one game could separate these two teams at the completion of this round. The Redlegs have been a genuine double-chance contender for the best part of the season while the Sharks’ status as a division one participant was in serious doubt just two starts back. But the Sharks have bounced back stylishly, banking consecutive wins against Frankston YCW and Sorrento to reinvigorate their season. They have a poor percentage, so can’t afford any slip ups, but win this and they are right back in finals contention. The return of champion mid-forward Shane McDonald has coincided with the Sharks two best wins for the season, while the form of Gavin Vassallo, Gary Carpenter, Owen Hulett and Matt Douglas has made the Sharks difficult to score against in recent times. Mt Eliza will test that form today. They have a potent front half that will be keen to hit the scoreboard after being restricted against Mornington last time out. The Redlegs had the ideal chance to consolidate third position, but were consigned to a one-point loss as Bulldogs’ mentor Simon Goosey coached at his defensive best. Jordan Moncrieff and James Freeman will look to break free of those shackles, while Daniel Gormley, James Hammond and Blain Coates will look to provide plenty of drive through the midfield. But it’s the Sharks to continue their resurgence – this time with a stirring two-point victory. The colour purple will dominate the sporting landscape at Sorrento today when the Sharks and Mornington take part in a match dedicated to raising funds and awareness for Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision. Following her death in February 2015, Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision was founded by the Riewoldt family in June to raise funds to find new treatments for Bone Marrow Failure. The Vision aims to ultimately find a cure for the syndromes that effect younger Australians each year. It promises to be a special day at Sorrento, with Jack and Nick Riewoldt joining former Carlton sharp-shooter Brendan Fevola for a Meet-and-Greet with the fans, with a photo and autograph session to take place between 12.15 and 1.15pm, ahead of the big game between the Sharks and the Bulldogs at 2pm. Sorrento has had two weeks to reflect on a shock loss to Bonbeach; a loss that won’t stop the Sharks from finishing

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Footy Preview - Division 1 top three but could hinder their chances of finishing top of the ladder and earning a crucial rest in the first week of the finals. The Sharks welcomed back premiership coach Troy Schwarze for his first game this season while James and Mitch Hallahan continued a sensational run of form that is sure to be capturing the attention of the MPNFL umpires this year. And Chris Dawes, Leigh Poholke, Nick Corp and Luke Tapscott are going to provide the Bulldogs’ back six with some nervous moments this afternoon. The Bulldogs will be breathing a lot more comfortably at the moment, with their one-point win over Mt Eliza, combined with Seaford’s one-point loss to Rosebud, basically consigning the Tigers to division two destinations next year. It’s such a fine line between failure and success in this league. Bulldogs’ coach Simon Goosey would have been sweating bullets about being relegated. There’s no way he would have envisaged starting the second year of his latest stint at the club in division two. The Bulldogs are worthy division one participants and would love nothing better than making it back-to-back wins against two of the better teams in the competition. Warwick Miller, Kalen and Broden Bird and Emilio Bitters have been in fine form of late and will need to produce their best to get the Doggies across the line. But it’s the Sharks to win by 28 points…and raise plenty of money for Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision along the way.

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Seaford Edi-Asp Mornington Mt Eliza Frankston

Rosebud Edi-Asp Sorrento Mt Eliza Pines

Last Round - 3 Chris Holcombe Interleague Coach

Last Round - 3 Wes Garth AFLSE Commercial Manager

Seaford YCW Sorrento Bonbeach Frankston

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Rosebud Edi-Asp Sorrento Bonbeach Pines

Seaford Edi-Asp Sorrento Bonbeach Pines

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Seaford YCW Sorrento Bonbeach Pines

Rosebud Edi-Asp Sorrento Mt Eliza Pines

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Matt Baker kicked a goal in Rosebud’s one-point victory over Seaford.

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Scores, Ladders, Goal Kickers SENIORS Seaford 1.1 5.2 9.6 11.9.75 Rosebud 3.0 6.1 11.1 12.4.76 Seaford Goals: C. Barker 3, M. Herbert 2, K. Shaw 2, M. McLennan, M. Gundry, D. Rayson, S. Lonie. Best: I. Bashir, D. Williamson, M. Herbert, R. Fischer, C. Barker, M. Gundry. Rosebud Goals: K. Downie 6, R. Bos 2, T. Stoffels, B. Dwyer, S. Downie, M. Baker. Best: K. Downie, S. Downie, R. Pierce, F. Hustwaite, J. Corrin, R. Bos. RESERVES Seaford 2.0 2.2 7.5 10.6.66 Rosebud 3.0 5.1 7.3 9.4.58 Seaford Goals: P. Vyverberg 2, T. Lonie 2, J. Quanchi 2, J. Hallal 2, B. Barlow, P. McCall. Best: C. Fortnam, B. Duffield, J. Walton, B. Barlow, P. McCall. Rosebud Goals: B. Payne 3, P. Jones, H. Martin, B. Gibson, A. Jarred, D. O’Hehir, B. Garlick. Best: I. Drinkwater-Coates, B. Garlick, P. Jones, B. Payne, A. Jarred. UNDER 19s Seaford 6.3 11.6 22.8 30.13.193 Rosebud 1.1 1.3 1.3 1.3.9 Seaford Goals: R. Maggio 6, M. Best 5, A. Garland 4, B. O’Neil 3, A. Smith 3, K. Daff 2, J. McGuiness 2, C. Fritze 2, M. Carbonaro, T. Kleehammer, L. Rutherford. Best: R. Maggio, K. Daff, I. Nippard, M. Best, B. O’Neil, J. McGuiness. Rosebud Goals: B. Jovanovski. Best: K. McCaw, J. Ritchie-Crichton, B. Jovanovski, J. Hotchin, B. Maizey, J. Hepner.

SENIORS

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Sorrento 13 10 3 0 Edi-Asp 13 10 3 0 Mt Eliza 13 8 5 0 F’ston Bombers 13 8 5 0 Pines 13 7 6 0 F’ston YCW 13 6 6 1 Bonbeach 13 6 7 0 Rosebud 14 4 9 1 Mornington 13 4 9 0 Seaford 14 1 11 2

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1066 855 124.68 949 893 106.27 1053 885 118.98 984 833 118.13 1112 882 126.08 846 772 109.59 791 886 89.28 829 1157 71.65 871 1041 83.67 783 1080 72.50

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13 11 2 0 14 11 3 0 13 10 3 0 13 10 3 0 13 8 5 0 14 5 9 0 13 4 9 0 13 3 10 0 13 2 11 0 13 2 11 0

839 401 696 590 683 454 676 474 606 473 736 783 574 703 493 588 430 753 340 854

209.23 117.97 150.44 142.62 128.12 94.00 81.65 83.84 57.10 39.81

44 44 40 40 32 20 16 12 8 8

Mt Eliza 11 11 0 0 Edi-Asp 12 8 4 0 F’ston YCW 11 8 3 0 F’ston Bombers 12 6 6 0 Mornington 12 6 6 0 Pines 12 6 6 0 Bonbeach 11 4 7 0 Seaford 13 3 10 0 Rosebud 12 1 11 0 Sorrento 0 0 0 0

994 308 851 534 603 475 730 509 675 608 655 643 557 793 583 810 361 1329 0 0

322.73 159.36 126.95 143.42 111.02 101.87 70.24 71.98 27.16 0

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RESERVES

Mt Eliza Seaford F’ston YCW Edi-Asp Sorrento Rosebud Mornington Pines F’ston Bombers Bonbeach

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Keegan Downie celebrates an important goal against Seaford last week.

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SENIORS Aaron Edwards Jordan Moncrieff Leigh Poholke Trent Dennis-Lane Jackson Calder Chris Dawes James Freeman Jarrad Grant Nick Corp Tim Bongetti

TEAM Pines Mt Eliza Sorrento Bonbeach Mornington Sorrento Mt Eliza Frankston Sorrento Pines

RESERVES Michael Chaplin Thomas Lonie Mitchell Chopping Jake O’Neill Rhys Chalkley UNDER 19
 Sam Hart Sam Sturt Koby Villis Joshua O’Toole Tom Wisneske Ryan Francis Brody Colquhoun-Matthews Joel Nicholls

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YCW Seaford Mt Eliza Edi-Asp Pines

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Edi-Asp Mt Eliza Frankston YCW Mornington Edi-Asp Edi-Asp Pines

1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

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Division 1 - Fixture Round 1

Round 8

Round 15

Good Friday 30th March Frankston 11.12.78 v Mt Eliza 12.8.80 Bonbeach 10.6.66 v Edi Asp 0.0.0 Easter Saturday 31st March Pines 13.8.86 v Seaford 13.13.91 Rosebud 12.5.77 v Mornington 9.13.67 Easter Sunday 1st April Frankston YCW 18.10.118 v Sorrento 7.13.55

Saturday 26th May Frankston 12.11.83 v Sorrento 11.7.73 Pines 15.9.99 v Mornington 11.11.77 Bonbeach 14.8.92 v Seaford 6.12.48 Edi Asp 12.12.84 v Mt Eliza 9.16.70 Rosebud 10.12.72 v Frankston YCW 10.7.67

Saturday 28th July Sorrento v Pines (SOR) Frankston v Bonbeach (FRA) Mt Eliza v Seaford (MTE) Frankston YCW v Mornington (YCW) Edi-Asp v Rosebud (EDI)

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Round 16

Round 2 Saturday 7th April Sorrento 12.8.80 v Mt Eliza 11.8.74 Rosebud 7.15.57 v Bonbeach 12.8.80 Mornington 14.10.94 v Frankston 16.15.111 Seaford 12.8.80 v Frankston YCW 13.14.92 Sunday 8th April Edi-Asp 12.20.92 v Pines 11.16.82

Round 3 Saturday 14th April Frankston YCW 6.11.47 v Bonbeach 4.8.32 Sorrento 11.15.81 v Rosebud 6.15.51 Frankston 7.12.54 v Seaford 4.4.28 Edi-Asp 5.13.43 v Mornington 4.9.33 Mt Eliza 8.12.60 v Pines 13.5.83

Round 4 Saturday 21st April Frankston YCW 11.16.82 v Frankston 8.8.56 Seaford 9.11.65 v Edi-Asp 12.11.83 Bonbeach 4.15.39 v Sorrento 15.10.100 Pines 15.9.99 v Rosebud 6.13.49 Sunday 22nd April Mornington 13.13.91 v Mt Eliza 20.10.130

Round 5 Saturday 28th April Rosebud 10.8.68 v Seaford 9.14.68 Edi Asp 11.10.76 v Frankston YCW 12.16.88 Mornington 6.11.47 v Sorrento 16.16.109 Mt Eliza 15.17.107 v Bonbeach 9.10.64 Frankston 14.14.98 v Pines 10.12.72

Round 6 Saturday 5th May Pines 8.19.67 v Sorrento 10.18.78 Bonbeach 10.10.70 v Frankston 8.18.66 Seaford 7.13.55 v Mt Eliza 14.14.98 Mornington 7.12.54 v Frankston YCW 8.18.66 Rosebud 10.13.73 v Edi-Asp 11.14.80

Round 7 Saturday 12th May Frankston 7.10.52 v Edi Asp 11.11.77 Mt Eliza 17.9.111 v Rosebud 6.15.51 Frankston YCW 5.9.39 v Pines 8.8.56 Sorrento 14.8.92 v Seaford 5.10.40 Mornington 8.7.55 v Bonbeach 8.6.54

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Saturday 2nd June Seaford 9.14.68 v Mornington 11.6.72 Bonbeach 8.6.54 v Pines 24.13.157 Rosebud 8.10.58 v Frankston 15.12.102 Sorrento 12.14.86 v Edi-Asp 13.6.84 Frankston YCW 11.7.73 v Mt Eliza 13.14.92

Queens B’day Round Saturday 9th June (R10) Sorrento 12.14.86 v Frankston YCW 10.12.72 Mt Eliza 4.12.36 v Frankston 3.15.33

Round 10 Saturday 16th June Edi Asp 10.21.81 v Bonbeach 11.7.73 Seaford 8.5.53 v Pines 12.15.87 Mornington 11.22.88 v Rosebud 5.7.37

Round 11 Saturday 23rd June Mt Eliza 10.10.70 v Sorrento 13.7.85 Bonbeach 8.11.59 v Rosebud 10.11.71 Frankston 16.10.106 v Mornington 9.8.62 Frankston YCW 0.4.4 v Seaford 1.5.11 Sunday 24th June Pines 12.17.89 v Edi-Asp 14.6.90

Round 12 Saturday 30th June Bonbeach 9.7.61 v Frankston YCW 8.10.58 Rosebud 9.9.63 v Sorrento 15.12.102 Seaford 10.5.65 v Frankston 15.14.104 Mornington 12.8.80 v Edi Asp 13.13.91 Pines 7.15.57 v Mt Eliza 11.9.75

Round 13 Saturday 7th July Frankston 5.11.41 v Frankston YCW 5.5.35 Edi Asp 8.20.68 v Seaford 5.6.36 Sorrento 4.15.39 v Bonbeach 6.11.47 Rosebud 3.8.26 v Pines 11.12.78 Sunday 8th July Mt Eliza 7.8.50 v Mornington 7.9.51

Round 14 Saturday 14th July Seaford 11.9.75 v Rosebud 12.4.76 Saturday 21st July Frankston YCW v Edi-Asp (YCW) Sorrento v Mornington (SOR) Bonbeach v Mt Eliza (BON) Pines v Frankston (PIN)

Saturday 4th August Edi-Asp v Frankston (EDI) Rosebud v Mt Eliza (ROS) Pines v Frankston YCW (PIN) Seaford v Sorrento (SEA) Bonbeach v Mornington (BON)

Round 17 Saturday 11th August Sorrento v Frankston (SOR) Mornington v Pines (MOR) Seaford v Bonbeach (SEA) Mt Eliza v Edi-Asp (MTE) Frankston YCW v Rosebud (YCW)

Round 18 Saturday 18th August Mornington v Seaford (MOR) Pines v Bonbeach (PIN) Frankston v Rosebud (FRA) Edi-Asp v Sorrento (EDI) Mt Eliza v Frankston YCW (MTE)

FOOTBALL FINALS Saturday 25th August Elimination Final (CHE) Sunday 26th August Qualifying Final (MOR) Saturday 1st September 1st Semi Final (CHE) Sunday 2nd September 2nd Semi Final (MOR) Sunday 9th September Preliminary Final (FRA PK) Sunday 16th September Grand Final (FRA PK)

NETBALL FINALS Sunday 26th August 1st & 2nd Semi Final (MOR) Sunday 2nd September Prelimary Final (MOR) Sunday 9th September Grand Final (FDNA)

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Footy Notes Frankston Bombers Aloha Bomber fans & welcome to another weekend football & netball adventure. This week we travel to Pines, a ground not visited recently by the red and black and some iphone directions may have been required. In fact the last time Frankston played here was a Sunday game back in 1992. The night prior to that game was a party to celebrate the engagement of our President and his much better half Sally. Time flies, Batty is much too old to play anymore but Ben & Chloe keep the family tradition going. We love that being part of the Bomber family sometimes involves family members. Your scribe is having trouble with maths; for both our seniors and under 19’s last week was a so called 8 point game against the Stonecats, another 8 point game for both sides today & guess what, next week against Bonbeach will be billed as an 8 point game. Don’t think they will give us 24 points if we win all three but good luck to our Bombers heroes as we love being part of this terrific competition. Get your diary out and put a big red circle around Friday 10th August when the Bombers Businessman’s Lunch will take centre stage. Enjoy the afternoon listening to Dane Swan sharing highlights of his great Collingwood career and unique views on life. As well as Swanny, thats Dane not Gary, there will be laughs aplenty from the Suburban Footballer Tom Steigert. These lunches are always a top shelf day and sell out and so grab your ticket today. Have a great day at the footy, cheer loud and Go Bombers.

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Frankston YCW Welcome Edi-Asp FNC to John Coburn Oval for what promises to be 3 crucial games. **Congratulations Lachie Wallace Vic Country winner.** Last week we ventured up the road to Bomberland, fortunately there were no drownings reported! However the coast guard and lifesavers were on hand. In conditions resembling a perfect storm, we were able to get the chockies in one game. The unders were depleted due to a number of factors and with virtually no rotations available, were always under the pump, literally, in the second half. Josh Berenger, Andrew Chapman and Cal Gregory were best.

The two’s are gathering momentum and continue to develop a formidable team unity. Efficiency and accuracy are key ingredients in any conditions and that was displayed in spades on Saturday. Owen Vine, Angus McNab and Patrick Johnstone were best and off the 5 metre platform, Brendan Marchmont dived in for 3 sausage rolls. In the main game were we got off to a solid start, kicking against the tempest, we slotted a couple of valuable majors, and we were in it up to our necks. The game, reduced to a territory battle, meant that second and third efforts were mandatory. We had our noses in front during the second quarter and an early goal in the last saw us only a few points down. Despite our best efforts we were behind when it mattered most, going down by less than a straight kick for the second successive week. Byza shone on a dismal day, Wags and Sauce were relentless with their attack on the pill.

Sorrento It was a battle of the Sharks last time out in conditions more suited to penguins. Cold, wet and windy it was a day to get down and dirty, and the team that worked harder for longer would win. The Reserves continued their good form and got a good win and some handy percentage in an important win. The continued improvement through the season is building confidence and belief in the group. Only a betting man would put a ceiling on how far these boys can go, as they have a nice blend of youthful exuberance and professional old heads. After the bye it’s important we come out firing and continue our run of form. We have five games to fine tune and get ready for a finals campaign. The seniors went into the game as favourites but once again if you’re not on you’ll get found out. We give full credit to Bonbeach who came with a plan and executed beautifully. Although we battled hard, we were unable to find a way to get the job done which was disappointing. Sometimes we learn more from a loss so we’ll wait with much anticipation to see the response we get this week. We’ve got high expectations at Sorrento and it’s very rare this group disappoints 2 weeks in a row. It’s how we respond today that matters. Today is the Maddie Riewoldt Vision Charity Day game. Both Mornington FNC and AFLSE have been very cooperative in agreeing to the venue and jumper alterations to fit in with this day. Please give generously. Thought of the week: Do twins realise that one of them was unplanned!

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Footy Notes Mornington After a week off the boys are raring to go again for another round of footy! A sweet victory last round with a one point win over our neighbours, Mt Eliza - you never should underestimate the under dog & especially our doggies. We led at every quarter and held on against the wind in the last to come home with the chocolates. Well deserved for the boys as this season they have worked hard every game and just haven’t been able to come home with the wins. We will be hoping to put on that type of pressure on top of the table Sorrento today. The Ressies were extremely undermanned with only 16 to take the field and the score reflected that. Hoping for a better contest & result today and hopefully a full team! No game for the unders this week as Sorrento don’t have 19’s. That gives them a 2 week break before the last few rounds. Against Mt Eliza the pups were outstanding in the first 2 quarters playing some good team footy leaving them only 2 goals down against the top of the table & undeafeated side of Mt Eliza. They battled hard in the last 2 but couldn’t produce the goods and in the end lost by 25 points. A big thanks to the 17’s from both Sth Mornington & Mornington who have been stepping up to the plate and playing some good footy. Good luck to all the teams today & Go Doggies!!

Smithy booted 3 in a best on ground display, whilst others in the best were Max, Beau, Coley, Doyle & Pagey. The Reserves were never threatened after kicking 3 goals to nil in the opening term, restricting the opposition to just 3 points at 1/2 time. More of the same followed as we finished with a 5 goal last term to win by 81. Chop on his 21st Birthday was dominant with 3, with others in the best being Max Rea, Stricko, Loges, Chips & Burgo in his comeback game. The Senior game saw the Dogs lead by 8 at 1/4 time & 3 at 1/2 time. We trailed by 5 at the last change and in a tough quarter fell short by the narrowest of margins. Missed opportunities throughout the game proved costly. Best were Gorms, Happy, Moncrieff, Lambie, Gilly & Coates. Congrats to Aaron Jackson on his Senior debut. The MEFNC will be fielding a Senior Women’s footy team in the SEWF comp in 2019. Calling for expressions of interest for Players, Officials & Volunteers. For more info email Felicity at fdavis@idetectgroup.com. au Social: 1983 & 1998 Premiership Reunions ~ Celebrating the Clubs first 2 Senior Flags - Sat 18th Aug (Rd.18) ~ See Mozza for the finer details. Redleg. @mtelizafc

Mt Eliza Thanks to those who attended & those who participated in the Hypnotist Night last Saturday - A great night was had by all. To the footy a fortnight ago as we took on Mornington. After a sluggish start, the U/19’s booted 4 goals to nil in the 2nd to take control. A 5 goal to 3 last half saw the boys win by 25 points.

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Footy Notes Edi-Asp It’s tax time and our great sponsors at ASHFORDS are here to help. Their qualified advisors and accountants provide a comprehensive service offering strategic business advice, taxation, accounting, audit and compliance, superannuation and financial planning services. Contact them @ https://www.ashfords.com.au/ We are back after the break and fired up to continue our good form. Prior to that the seniors had a good win apart from some wayward kicking at goal. A big game this week should see us consolidate our top two position. Best players were M. Meehan, S. Monaghan, M. Bussey, B. O’Hanlon, B. Tagg, A. Macquire. The reserves scored again with a strong win and are 2 games clear in 4th spot on the ladder. Fitchy has the boys firing and they face the strong YCW this week. Best players were D. McCarthy, J.Watterson, L. Hulett, M. Byrnes, L. Busch. The 19’s were undermanned prior to the break and battled hard but couldn’t get the 4 points.A tough game this week but the boys will be back close to full strength and will be fired up to get the 4 points.Best players were B. Seamons, R. Radford, H. Flavelle, S. Hart, T. Brodie, L. Davies. *** NEXT CLUB FUNCTION*** EDI-ASP ANNUAL BALL SATURDAY 21ST JULY - 7.30 PM ROSSDALE GOLFCLUB

rooms. After the game we encourage supporters from both clubs to take advantage of a warm spot inside and have a drink and something to eat. Lastly condolences to the family and friends of Billy Baxter who passed away recently. Many of us from both clubs have known Billy and will swap some stories today, no doubt. Tonight at the club, stick around for a night of tunes. Next home game (4th August) we will have the team of the decade presented, following a luncheon event on the day. Final home game - 1978 club re-union. Captained by none other than Steve - Kermit - Clarke. Not one to miss - special guest appearance by JL. Enjoy the footy

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Pines It has been rare in recent times for this club to have 3 football wins on the one day, so we should celebrate when this is the case. In atrocious conditions where supporter participation was well and truly tested Stella’s boys got their 6th win for the season and are once again sniffing the five. The reserves finished well to take the points for their 3rd win. The seniors played a smart game, and slip back into the five. Today we host the Frankston Bombers, something we haven’t done since 1985. With winter well and truly upon us we will have to find some sheltered spots, or increase the patronage of the ladies day event taking place inside the

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frankston edi-aspyCw Colours: Colours: Gold, Navy White Blue&&Black White Coaches Coaches Senior: Senior: Wayne Graeme Capp Yeates Reserves: Res: LewisMark Roberts Fitcher U19: Aaron U19:Martello Peter Falzon & Damian Harris

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Christian Ongarello Sam Monaghan Byron Barry Billy Flavelle Scott Macleod (DVC) Tim Kelly Lachlan Wallace Stephen Miller Jie Coghlan (C) Matthew Clark Trent Cowled(RC) Joel Martello Ash Eames TomMinchington Turner Paul Michael AndrewDebenham Luxa Jesse AaronCoghlan Johns Anthony Barry Lachie Batten Matthew La Fontaine Lochie O’Connor Steve O’Donnell Liam Harris Kevin Lylak Steven Mannix (C) Tom Capp Tim Mannix Macklin Raine Charile Street Martello Lachlan Brenton Credlin Callan Van Dyke Ryley BrentHodson Bowden Ben Buckley Brock Downie Jack Mazurek Liam Hulett Ryan Santon Mick Meehan (VC) Pat Johnstone Nick Connellan Khan Haretku ChrisPaynter Wylie Luke Michael Bussey Josh Butland Kyle DanHutchison McCarthy(VC) (RC) Ben Wagner Mitch Allen James Bryant Elliot Macquire Jake Lovett Jake O’Neill Michael Chaplin MaxRoberts Byrnes Lew Brett Dore Rohan Sealey Nic Carlon Nick King Jake Theobald

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Angus Wright Ryan Morris Cody Henness Angus Macquire Jacob Cheverley Bradley Tagg Brendon Marchmont Jeremy Heys Jack Matthews Mark Mullins Mitch Rowe (VC) RyanSigley O’Leary Tyler Zack Bailey Owen Vine (RVC) Josh JakePatullo Nash Charlie Patterson James Watterson Zinzi Mosimane Craige Wray Jacob Millman Harley Dale James Griffiths DarcyTreweek Warke Adam Cam Neale Marco Kelso JordanPirpiris Davey Jordan Brett O’Hanlon Hayden Raphael Patrick Davenport L. Busch Robbie Evans Todd Woodbridge William Dabonde Campbell Ak Jack Keilor Adam Lello Mackenna Hura Tim Cracknell Yeowart Ben Rowan Snashall Harry Lane Zack Foutouros Lachlan Williams Sam Moloney Daniel Hughes Nick Christoforou Tim Botteril Angus Adam McNab Rose Adam Treweek Sam Carlon Luke Black Mick Fiore Jack Brennan Bryce Radford Jack Butland Christian Matt Ryan Mascali Michael Nicholls

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Colours: RoyalRed Blue,&Red White & White Coaches Senior: Simon Luke Tapscott Goosey Reserves: Reserves:Mark DionPaganoni Phillips U19: Brad Harvey

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Colours: Black, NavyRed Blue&&White Red Coaches Senior: Senior:Stephen Troy Shannon Hughes Reserves: Nathan Corey Johnson Clayton U19: U19: Mark Paul Goonan Thomas

Colours: Black, NavyRed Blue&&White Red Coaches Senior: Senior:Stephen Troy Shannon Hughes Reserves: Nathan Corey Johnson Clayton U19: U19: Mark Paul Goonan Thomas

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Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves

1 Shaun Corey Buchan White Dale Sutton 2 Harley Peace-Stirling Sam Drake 33 Luke Potts ONCEPT DEVELOPMENT Alex McDermott Harnett 44 Tom 5 Jay Reynolds 5 Brad Kiely 6 Ben Northover 67 Tim BrettBongetti Sutton (C) 78 Jacob Boyle Sam Fox (VC) 89 Gavin Stretch Beau Muston 910 Corey Ash Ryan Marks-Logan 11 Luke WaideHouldcroft Symes 10 12 Jake Jarrad Grant 11 Berry (RC) 13 Dale Jay Page 12 Tedge 14 Daniel Myers 13 Shane Waterstone 15 Brian O Carroll 14 Scanlon 16 Paul Jarryd Amalfi 15 Plane 17 Damian Zac Longham 16 McLaren (RC) 18 David Jake Greely 17 Hughes 19 Jonathan Ben Tournier 20 Damien Jacob Cudmore 18 Lawerence 21 Aaron Michael Webb 19 Ludewig 22 Daniel Matthew Offer 20 Falzon 23 Brandon Tilley 21 Daniel John 24 Cameron O Neill 22 Hendry 25 Guy Will Majcher 23 Fisher 26 Jack Corey Micari 24 White 27 Khallum Kobe Groat 25 Stewart 28 Reece Ben Sharman 29 Rhys Josh Cupid Francis 26 30 Aaron Mitchell Bosward (C) 27 Edwards 31 Lachlan Luke Lewis 28 Marshall 32 Allan Williams 29 Joshua Howe 33 Justin Kiss 30 Daniel 35 Jeremy Ben Housden

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Shaun Corey Buchan White Dale Sutton Harley Peace-Stirling Sam Drake Luke Potts Alex McDermott Harnett Tom Jay Reynolds Brad Kiely Ben Northover Tim BrettBongetti Sutton (C) Jacob Boyle Sam Fox (VC) Gavin Stretch Beau Muston Corey Ash Ryan Marks-Logan WaideHouldcroft Symes Luke Jarrad Grant Jake Berry (RC) Jay Page Dale Tedge Daniel Myers Shane Waterstone Brian O Carroll Paul Scanlon Jarryd Amalfi Damian Plane Zac Longham David McLaren (RC) Jake Greely Jonathan Hughes Ben Tournier Jacob Cudmore Damien Lawerence Michael Webb Aaron Ludewig Matthew Offer Daniel Falzon Brandon Tilley Daniel John Cameron O Neill Guy Hendry Will Majcher Jack Fisher Corey Micari Khallum White Kobe Groat Reece Stewart Ben Sharman Josh Cupid Francis Rhys Mitchell Bosward (C) Aaron Edwards Luke Lewis Lachlan Marshall Allan Williams Joshua Howe Justin Kiss Jeremy Daniel Ben Housden

Jackson Will Barnett Hale Michael Koby Villis Bezzene Liam Joseph Cox Ryan (VC) Travis Quentin Broman Newton Harry Jake Rigby Sinclair Dylan Connor Williams Does Connor Ben Williams Jackson Jack Reece Fraser Brodrick Aaron Lachlan Philp Avery (C) Jordan Matthew Dowell Turville Brendan Dylan Garrett Purcell Jay Jesse Yates Bucher Tom MilesTaggart Lorimer Grant BaileyHumphrey Page Khyal Will Majcher Jacobson Josh Tom Whyte Symons James KristianCornell Stylianou Logan Jack Mathews Conway

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Nick EthanBoswell Wright Zac White Ben Thomas Dale White Matt Kiely AaronHendry Best (C) Beau Matthew Harris Damon Moody Joel Allamby Darren JacksonRamsdale Burr Nick RyanWilcox Murdoch Jordan Frawley Jason Kingsbury Jayden Goldsmith Jack McMillan ElihLeaunoa Cadby Lai AdamJackson Pasquill Liam Nathan Phillips Jakob Beggs Sean Cameron Rhys Chalkley Rhys De Deugd Morgan Santos Wayne Groves Perry Lewis Smith Liam Ryan Jack BradLewis-Smith Holland Jarrod Burns Jason Bedford Josh Hutchison Riley Lewis Jordan Jackson Walker Patrick Tadiwa Harawa Gordon Hendry Ben simmons Brendan Barefoot Nick Wishart Adam McPherson Chris McConville Brandon Lewis Jack Santon Harley Parker Peter Bradbury Josh Wilcox Chapman DanielTatupu Logan Palser Shem

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Ben Tyson Watson Pyper Luke Jackson Stanley Radford Kadel Liam Glennie Key Joel LukeNicholls Frith (C) Matthew Scotland Mayne Ure Cooper Liam Wishart Howie-Finch Josh Jordan Uncle Clough Jayden Levi McLoughlin-Dore Bell-Inskip Ben Filippone Joshua Symons Jake Pusch Mitchell Watson Buai Thiciot

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Jackson Will Barnett Hale Michael Koby Villis Bezzene Liam Joseph Cox Ryan (VC) Travis Quentin Broman Newton Harry Jake Rigby Sinclair Dylan Connor Williams Does Connor Ben Williams Jackson Jack Reece Fraser Brodrick Aaron Lachlan Philp Avery (C) Jordan Matthew Dowell Turville Brendan Dylan Garrett Purcell Jay Jesse Yates Bucher Tom MilesTaggart Lorimer Grant BaileyHumphrey Page Khyal Will Majcher Jacobson Josh Tom Whyte Symons James KristianCornell Stylianou Logan Jack Mathews Conway

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Ben Tyson Watson Pyper Luke Jackson Stanley Radford Kadel Liam Glennie Key Joel LukeNicholls Frith (C) Matthew Scotland Mayne Ure Cooper Liam Wishart Howie-Finch Josh Jordan Uncle Clough Jayden Levi McLoughlin-Dore Bell-Inskip Ben Filippone Joshua Symons Jake Pusch Mitchell Watson Buai Thiciot

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South Eastern Women’s Football DIVISION ONE

Chirnside Park 1.0 3.3 5.4 6.8.44 Mornington 2.2 3.3 4.5 4.5.29 Chirnside Park Goals: J. Provan 2, R. Lohman 2, S. Di Mauro, K. Toomer. Best: E. Wilkins, J. Provan, H. Stokes, S. Di Mauro, E. Robson, C. Robson. Mornington Goals: M. Cahill 3, F. Sanford. Best: D. Wilks, M. Cahill, V. Sanford, E. Rylance, G. Parker, H. Buur. Eastern Devils 1.4 5.5 8.6 11.8.74 Beaconsfield 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1.1 Eastern Devils Goals: E. Mcilvena 5, S. Beggs 2, M. Supple, C. Young, J. Harrison, J. Foster. Best: J. Foster, C. Papadopoulos, S. McNamara, E. Mcilvena , N. Bjelan, J. Wallace. Beaconsfield Best: S. Jagusch, V. Liarakos, J. Hough, A. Rata, A. Robinson, S. Walton. St Kilda Sharks 2.3 3.3 3.5 4.5.29 Cranbourne 2.2 5.3 6.4 9.6.60 St Kilda Sharks Goals: G. Vanderwaal, E. Rowe, L. Amelung, C. Portlock. Best: L. Savage, L. Amelung, E. Simkin, H. Bowey, C. Haughey, A. Vanderwaal. Cranbourne Goals: S. Dixon 2, K. Thompson 2, A. Heins 2, P. Rogers, T. O’Hagan, R. Geddes. Best: A. Nagtzaam, P. Rogers, S. Binder, S. Dixon, K. Thompson, A. Heins. Gippsland Maroons 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.1.7 Port Melbourne 1.0 3.0 3.3 4.6.30 Gippsland Maroons Goals: G. Collins. Best: T. Dixon, L. Sexton, M. Jones, B. Milne, T. Talbot. Port Melbourne Goals: A. O’Gorman, K. Nelson, M. Harrison, K. Slattery. Best: M. Denahy Maloney, K. Nelson, A. O’Gorman, B. Ousley, M. Seath, J. Osman. Seaford defeated Endeavour Hills via a forfeit.

DIVISION TWO

Tyabb 1.0 1.0 3.2 3.2.20 Seaford 1.2 2.7 3.8 7.12.54 Tyabb Goals: K. Beswick 2, E. Knapp. Best: K. Thompson, C. Northrop, M. Hart, K. Adamson, L. Souter, E. Quinton. Seaford Goals: S. Ryan, S. Astone, L. Field, H. Certoma, D. Jackson, M. Welsh. Best: S. Ryan, M. Welsh, T. St Anne, T. Giddings-Constable, M. Carroll, J. Ralph. Eastern Devils 2.3 4.4 5.6 7.11.53 Warragul 0.0 1.2 1.2 1.2.8 Eastern Devils Goals: Not available. Best: Not available. Warragul Goals: J. Robertson. Best: K. Mann, C. Graham, B. Hecker, T. Dare, J. Robertson, M. Williams. Cranbourne 2.1 2.1 3.2 3.2.20 Edithvale-Aspendale 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.3.15 Cranbourne Goals: H. Hunter, S. Dowgilmour, A. Sibly. Best: K. Christian, B. Campbell, N. Sheridan, S. Timoney, H. Hunter, M. Harris. Edithvale-Aspendale Goals: P. Davey, E. Maltman. Best: G. Proy, P. Davey, T. Laval, E. Maltman, B. Kelly, D. Jankos. Bass Coast 5.3 9.7 13.10 18.14.122 St Kilda Sharks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Bass Coast Goals: T. Angarane 4, E. Angarane 4, E. Cargill 4, T. StahlSmith 3, K. Thomas, J. Russo, K. O’Neill. Best: T. Stahl-Smith, J. Russo, K. O’Neill, T. Angarane, E. Cargill, B. Mullins. St Kilda Sharks Best: G. Mac Shane Watts, S. McKay, S. Mulligan , C. Speak , M. Creegan, E. King.

DIVISION THREE

Officer 2.5 2.8 4.10 6.11.47 Pakenham 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.2.8 Officer Goals: L. O’Connell-Webb 3, M. Davey, G. Wicks , B. Mahoney. Best: J. McSweeney, C. Davey, A. Barling, M. Hagger, M. Davey, R. Weaver. Pakenham Goals: R. Betteridge. Best: R. Betteridge, Z. Loudon, S. Gray, N. Staunton , K. Llerena, T. Tribuzi-Lowdell. Karingal 2.0 2.2 4.2 5.4.34 Hastings 2.3 2.6 2.7 5.9.39 Karingal Goals: M. Franks 2, C. Kinnaird-Harris, A. Joost, S. Griffith. Best: S. Rabot, M. Rudzki, R. Jakobi, L. Amos, T. McMinimee, K. Geddes. Hastings Goals: Z. Mitchell 2, R. Tanner-Bennion 2, B. Luxmoore. Best: T. Moncrieff, Z. Mitchell, D. Kupsch, B. Kupsch, S. Delmo, M. Young.

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Red Hill 1.1 1.1 2.4 2.4.16 Mornington 2.5 7.8 8.8 13.12.90 Red Hill Goals: C. Seedsman, K. Riley. Best: N. Adams, L. Bloor, M. Witchell, C. Seedsman, E. Panuccio, E. Weston. Mornington Goals: R. Dunn 5, C. Hampshire 3, D. Jolliffe 3, I. Francis, C. van Veenendaal. Best: C. van Veenendaal, C. Hampshire, C. Brouwer, D. Jolliffe, S. Whitehead, M. Winton. Cerberus/Crib Point 6.5 7.8 9.10 12.11.83 Seaford 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0.0 Cerberus/Crib Point Goals: K. Clark 5, S. Flanders 3, A. Dercksen 2, C. Zurek, K. Chamberlain. Best: B. Ward , K. Chamberlain, K. Clark, C. Zurek, K. Macdonald, L. Gorman. Seaford Best: M. Hitchen-Haw, M. Hillbrick, C. Parker, K. Miller, S. Freston, B. Holt. Frankston Bombers 0.2 0.2 1.4 1.5.11 Pearcedale 1.1 2.3 2.4 3.6.24 Frankston Bombers Goals: L. Tucker. Best: S. Strickland, R. Dixon, E. Dash, L. Tucker, C. Emery, T. Hartskeerl. Pearcedale Goals: J. Shea , K. Mitchell , H. Duncan. Best: K. Mitchell , H. Duncan, C. Smith, N. Meulenbrock , I. Slinger , M. Doherty.

LADDERS DIVISION ONE

P W L D

Seaford Eastern Devils Cranbourne St Kilda Sharks Mornington Beaconsfield Port Melbourne Chirnside Park Gippsland Maroons Endeavour Hills

9 9 0 0 572 147 389.12 9 8 1 0 676 105 643.81 9 7 2 0 497 178 279.21 9 6 3 0 491 227 216.30 9 5 4 0 385 276 139.49 9 4 5 0 274 362 75.69 9 3 6 0 306 561 54.55 9 2 7 0 242 439 55.13 9 1 8 0 61 725 8.41 9 0 9 0 120 604 19.87

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DIVISION TWO

P W L D

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A

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PTS 36 32 28 24 20 16 12 8 4 0

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Bass Coast 9 9 0 0 828 69 1200.00 36 Seaford 9 8 1 0 518 163 317.79 32 Tyabb 9 6 3 0 391 305 128.20 24 Eastern Devils 9 5 4 0 381 266 143.23 20 Cranbourne 9 3 6 0 244 372 65.59 12 Warragul 9 3 6 0 233 436 53.44 12 St Kilda Sharks 9 2 7 0 114 550 20.73 8 Edithvale-Aspendale 9 0 9 0 79 627 12.60 0

DIVISION THREE

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PTS

Hastings 9 8 0 1 553 100 553.00 Mornington 9 8 1 0 370 216 171.30 Frankston Bombers 9 7 2 0 458 185 247.57 Pearcedale 9 5 4 0 416 269 154.65 Seaford 9 5 4 0 367 271 135.42 Karingal 9 4 5 0 217 225 96.44 Cerberus/Crib Point 8 3 5 0 276 336 82.14 Officer 9 3 5 1 276 230 120.00 Pakenham 9 1 8 0 166 712 23.31 Red Hill 9 0 9 0 149 555 26.85 Edi-Asp 1 0 1 0 0 149 0.00

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South Eastern Women’s Football Things getting tight at the top By Lachie Ramage As we draw closer to the business end of the season it is starting to become a bit clearer as to who will feature in finals action this year. Going into the clash between Mornington and Chirnside Park it was expected that the Bulldogs would be victorious and continue to rise further up the ladder, but little did we know a hungry Panthers outfit would be right up for the challenge. The Bulldogs led at the first change by eight points but the Panthers came out in the second quarter and showed that they weren’t to be taken lightly, scores being level at half time. From there the Panthers pushed on to hold a five-point lead at three-quarter time. But the real surprise hit the Bulldogs in the fourth quarter when they were held scoreless, with the Panthers going on to claim a huge upset, victorious by 15 points. The Eastern Devils cruised to an easy victory over Beaconsfield, winning by 73 points, whilst Cranbourne had a relatively easy time of things in a 31-point win over the St Kilda Sharks. And Kelly Nelson played a blinder, kicking a goal in Port Melbourne’s 4.6.30 to 1.1.7 victory over Gippsland Maroons. Unfortunately Endeavour Hills had to forfeit its game against Seaford. In division two Seaford continued its great form, defeating Tyabb by 34 points, with Samantha Ryan the star, continuing her incredibly consistent season and claiming her third best on ground honours for the season. Eastern Devils had a cruisy day out against Warragul, victorious by 45 points, while Cranbourne managed to claim a victory against the winless Edi-Asp. The Eagles were challenged all day and eventually just held on by five points in a low scoring affair. And Bass Coast didn’t let anyone down as it continued its sparkling form, cruising to a 121-point win over St Kilda Sharks. Tayla Stahl-Smith continued on her brilliant form this season earning more best on ground accolades. In division three, Officer defeated Pakenham by 39 points in a game where the Kangaroos couldn’t really find a way to kick clear of the Lions, mainly due to inaccurate kicking. But a win is a win and the Kangaroos will be happy with the result. Karingal gave Hastings a huge scare, leading by seven points at three-quarter time and on the verge of causing a massive upset. But, as a top team should, the Blues found a way to drive on and find that extra gear to pull off a five point win in a thriller at Ballam Park.

Mornington had a strong win over Red Hill, where Renee Dunn booted five goals and was the star up forward in her side’s 74-point victory. Crib Point/Cerberus had a day out against Seaford in what was a crucial game, winning by 83 points and keeping the opposition scoreless in what was a spectacular performance. And Pearcedale prevailed in a tight contest against Frankston Bombers, saluting by 13 points after taking a six-point lead into the final quarter. Katie Mitchell and Harriet Duncan were key winners for the Panthers, booting a goal each and starring around the ground. PREVIEW In division one, the top team Seaford heads to Beaconsfield in a match that is vital for the Eagles if they have any aspirations of featuring in finals action this year. They simply must win this game, and whilst it is an extremely tough ask a win will give them great boost in confidence. In division two the Eastern Devils face Tyabb in a contest that is absolutely pivotal for ladder position; the winner will sit third on the ladder and be poised to finish the season off in style. In division three Hastings and Frankston Bombers face off in what looks set to be a huge clash, with Frankston looking to claim a major scalp and hand Hastings their first loss of the season. These are the sort of games that can make a season and don’t be surprised if there is an upset brewing at Thomas Barclay Oval. And Pakenham will play its first Saturday night homegame of the season against Pearcedale. The Lions have been big improvers of late and will look to push the Panthers to the limit on their own deck.

Pakenham had its moments but found Officer too strong at Starling Road in Division Three.

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Netball Preview - Division 1 Four teams now with a shot at the title By David Nagel

The completion of round 14 has a lot to live up to today after Seaford and Rosebud played out one of the matches of the season at Linen House last week. The Buds have had some terrific results in recent times, but drawing 46-46 with the ladder-leaders and consolidating fourth place on the ladder has a real sense of achievement about it. The Buds gave away a five-goal lead at the first break, which stretched to six at half time, before scoring 27-21 in the second half to tie things up at the conclusion of a thrilling match. Nicole Hadgkiss recognised the danger at quarter time and made some key moves, replacing herself at goal attack with Emma White in a move that would have an instant impact. White went on to score 25 of the Buds 41 goals after the first break, including 10 in a hectic last term that went all the way down to the wire. Bethany Leach was another star for the Buds, moving to centre after quarter time to replace Millie McDermott who moved to wing attack. Seaford also had some terrific performers, with Kara Hargrave and Tracey Dell doing their level best to stop White, while Ash Mitchener and Alesina Toleafoa kept a steady hand to help their team to a handy two points. So where do the close ones come from today? Bonbeach has the chance to climb off the bottom of the ladder when the Sharks host Mt Eliza this afternoon. The Sharks had a tough day at the office at their last outing, going down 60-13 against a powerful Sorrento side. Michelle Edmondson, Sarah Gales, Zoe Summers and Allison Goss tried their best for the Beaches and will be keen to get the job done today. The Redlegs fell behind but had a strong second half against Mornington in round 13, with Samantha Silvester shooting the lights out in the second half. Carly Russo, Carly Webster and Jamie O’Hare will be super-keen for victory today and will lead the Redlegs to victory. Pines will look to join Frankston on three wins for the season when the two clubs collide at Pines. The Pythons were okay in the first half against Rosebud in round 13 but were outscored badly in the second half. Maddi Blackburn, Ash Boyle and Merinda Hale will look to bounce back to the winners list after their victory over Mt Eliza in round 12. Frankston can’t jump any higher than seventh place, but can drop down the ladder with just a one-game buffer over the Pythons, Mt Eliza and Bonbeach. Louise Brittain, Blair Anderson, Sarah Muston and Bev Ashauer will be protective of their position and should take home a three-goal victory over the Pythons today.

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Sorrento should continue on its merry way when the Sharks welcome Mornington to the tip of the Southern Peninsula this afternoon. The Sharks have been really impressive this year with an influx of star performers, who have been great for the education of the younger players, taking the club to a new level. Shelley O’Donnell was one of the biggest names in Australian netball in her prime, with Danni Taylor also an elite performer. They are still playing the game at a high level, with Bec Kelly, Briana O’Hehir, Ash Gladman and Maddi Graham having the best seat in the house on a weekly basis. Mornington won’t play finals this year but will be keen to prove itself the next best team in the competition. Sarah Nash, Tess Haddock, Britt Archdeacon and Candace Page have been great players for the Bulldogs this year and would love to pull out a big performance today. But Sorrento will be too strong…by roughly 10 goals. And Edithvale-Aspendale will be out to claim top-spot on the ladder when the Eagles travel to Jubilee Park to take on Frankston YCW. The Eagles earned their shot at top place with a great win over Seaford, with Michelle Sanders and Nicole Taylor defending like there was no tomorrow. The Eagles normally produce their best from this point in the year, meaning the Stonekittens will need to be superalert today. Brooke Cant, Tamara Bucca, Holly Booth and Lyshae Barry will give it their best, but the Eagles will soar to top place on the ladder.

Holly Booth will need the radar dialled in today when the Stonekittens take on Edi-Asp.

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Netball Results & Ladders Seaford

A Grade

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TEAM P W D L F A % P Seaford 14 12 1 1 762 452 168.59 50 Edi-Asp 13 12 0 1 614 361 170.08 48 Sorrento 13 10 0 3 656 432 151.85 40 Rosebud 14 9 1 4 653 568 114.97 38 Mornington 13 7 0 6 545 463 117.71 28 F’ston YCW 13 6 0 7 537 474 113.29 24 Frankston 13 3 0 10 466 633 73.62 12 Mt Eliza 13 2 0 11 423 684 61.84 8 Pines 13 2 0 11 381 677 56.28 8 Bonbeach 13 2 0 11 313 606 51.65 8 Seaford

C Grade

38 v Rosebud

B Grade

Seaford

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55 v Rosebud

TEAM P W D L F A % P Edi-Asp 13 13 0 0 579 265 218.49 52 Mt Eliza 13 11 0 2 522 399 130.83 44 Seaford 14 11 0 3 553 476 116.18 44 F’ston YCW 13 10 0 3 553 375 147.47 40 Sorrento 13 5 0 8 458 441 103.85 20 Frankston 13 4 1 8 399 523 76.29 18 Mornington 13 4 0 9 336 442 76.02 16 Pines 13 3 0 10 418 503 83.10 12 Rosebud 14 2 1 11 418 614 68.08 10 Bonbeach 13 2 0 11 378 576 65.63 8

D Grade

Seaford

TEAM P W D L F A % P Edi-Asp 13 12 0 1 575 311 184.89 48 Mt Eliza 13 12 0 1 643 371 173.32 48 F’ston YCW 13 10 0 3 601 345 174.20 40 Mornington 13 9 0 4 489 419 116.71 36 Bonbeach 13 6 0 7 434 436 99.54 24 Rosebud 14 5 2 7 482 539 89.43 24 Pines 13 3 1 9 417 575 72.52 14 Sorrento 13 3 0 10 305 538 56.69 12 Seaford 14 2 1 11 418 615 67.97 10 Frankston 13 2 0 11 365 580 62.93 8

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TEAM F’ston YCW Edi-Asp Mornington Mt Eliza Sorrento Bonbeach Pines Frankston Seaford Rosebud

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P W D L F A % P 13 13 0 0 561 192 292.19 52 13 11 0 2 605 208 290.87 44 13 11 0 2 466 188 247.87 44 13 8 0 5 487 321 151.71 32 13 8 0 5 377 367 102.72 32 13 5 0 8 296 418 70.81 20 13 5 0 8 226 397 56.93 20 13 2 0 11 203 487 41.68 8 14 2 0 12 189 519 36.42 8 14 1 0 13 185 498 37.15 4

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Netball Notes Division 1 Edi-Asp Round 14 v YCW Our Volunteers Round Last time netball feautured on the weekend we played a split round against the Tiger girls, with good results. The match of the round was the A grade game where everyone played well & we were able to even the ledger. One a piece & we’re very happy that David’s prediction in the Record didn’t come to fruition! On Saturday 7th, we also held our Netball Luncheon & what a brilliant day! Former International player & coach, Sue Hawkins, was a terrific guest speaker & our host, Al, was at his masterly best! Thank you to everyone who helped & the day displays the best of our fantastic volunteers! From setting up, to donating amazing raffle prizes, to manning the door & selling raffle tickets. Everything ran smoothly! A big than you to everyone involved! You are simply the best!! This week we are celebrating another loyal player milestone. Casie B plays her 50th game today! Casie started out umpiring for us back in 2014 as she’d lost her mojo for the game but lucky for us, it quickly returned. Two games umpiring & the rest is history. Casie has taken to the court with the passion & determination of a great defender. Premiership player, club captain & club award winner, Casie is a fantastic Eagle! Good luck today Casie! Here’s to the girls bringing home a good win to celebrate! (This week we also will be celebrating Steph B’s & Georgie K’s 50th game with the whole club, even though their milestones were played last round.) Soar Eagles!

beat us by 20 last time round. A vast improvement but we need to be more consistent and give an all round 4 quarter performance to stay in finals contention. Izzy’s work rate after half time gave her BOC. Mach 1 Panel & Paint B Grade found themselves short before they even began, losing 2 players that morning 1 hour before netball started with illness and injury. We then bought 2 players up from C grade to fill the void but the opposition was just too strong. Olivia G was BOC after coming up from C Grade,playing an impressive game. Anytime Fitness A Grade were super strong only allowing Mt Eliza to score 2 goals while we sat on 17 in the first but they lifted and we dropped a little and the rest of the game was quite even, we don’t like the wet and the conditions were windy and slippery, the girls did only what they had to out on court to stay ahead.BOC was Katey R for a stellar effort and her great attitude when thrown into any position. Go Doggies!

Mornington Hairhouse Warehouse D Grade had an eight goal improvement in the game against Mt Eliza this round taking an impressive 10 goal win. Ruby was a stand out with her constant pressure, interceptions & composure to take out Best On, closely followed by Georgie & Kayla. D grades ability to play as a tight knit team is being shown week in & out & is putting them in great form for finals! Mornington Tyrepower C Grade had a great game and came home with a 1 goal win, considering Mt Eliza

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Netball Notes Division 1 Sorrento The weather was shocking & the wind nearly blew everyone off the court. Tough for anyone to play in let alone on asphalt. A grade took it out straight from the start working the full court both in defence & attack. With an early lead, they built on this each quarter to an impressive win. Congrats to Tiahn for another week in A Grade. Best on Hannah, Tiahn & Bec What a game for B grade today! We really wanted to put our best foot forward against Bonbeach after going down by 2 last time. It was intense in defence, picking off intercepts after intercepts. Chelsea was dynamic through the mid court. Tiahn working herself nicely around the goals. Overall the girls played extremely well, let build on this coming into next week. Best on Chelsea, Gemma & Mikkea. Bonbeach were tough opponents for the C Grade Sharks. We showed discipline & stuck to their plays, moving the ball down the court with skill to combat the weather. Our goaler’s worked hard to convert the work down the court despite the windy conditions. Best on Charlee, Brooke & Meg D grade battled the elements today & knew we had a tough game on our hands. Narelle impressed in mid court, Holly consistent in goals. What a goal for goal games with the Shark being able to run ahead in the last quarter for a great win. Best on Holly, Annie & Narelle. Thank you to our amazing sponsor RE-CREATION GYM SORRENTO for their support and especially to the wonderful Penelope Connolly who is keeping us fit and motivated.

Frankston Bombers The sun was shining bright. A light breeze was present, but not enough to ruffle any feathers. The footballers were up on the hill, settling in to watch some netball. D grade started off running&raring to go. The score was close all game. Kim played an amazing game-using her height to her advantage&taking every rebound she could get. Gee heard there was Netflix up in the trainers room, so rolled her ankle to go watch, Skye joined her

at halftime. 2 defenders down, YC ended 2 goals up. C started with Bess running through her banner for her 50th game. Holly was a standout in D, working her hardest to get every loose ball she could. Unlucky for us, our best was not as good as YC’s. B grade played their best quarter in their 4th quarter. They really came together as a team&came off court feeling like they had more space then NASA. Chloe was BOC for the day, putting her Vixen plays into the game! If only they played 4 quarters of their 4th quarter netball they would have had it. By the time A grade took the court, the sun was out, producing heat of 25 degrees. The coaches decided that Blair should play everywhere&so she did&smashed it. Coaches Cath&Bev were shooting&stopping goals at each end, with Polly moving the ball seamlessly between the two! Polly hurt her finger which meant Musto went in C - a laughing and heavy breathing Musto then hurt her thumb nail - it instantly went black! Sore fingers&all, couldn’t stop YC’s sharp shooters&they outscored us on the day. Go Bomber #COR

Frankston YCW Another win on the board for A grade, against Bombers. Although the weather conditions didn’t permit a clean game the girls worked on their control and decision making throughout the 4 quarters. With out mid court working on their drives and opening up the court, we saw some amazing dummy drives and fakes that created opportunities in the ring. BOC goes to Ash again for her spot on shooting! B grade girls also adjusted to the windy, wet conditions and played a very smart, short, sharp game of netball. The girls drove hard into space providing a front safe option, while in defence applying man to man pressure. BOC was Taylah for playing 4 consistent quarters. Shout out to Kirsty for her 50th game! C grade were looking to bounce back after a loss the previous week and put together 4 consistent quarter of netball. Right from the whistle each player stepped up and did what was asked. We led from beginning and worked hard at maintaining the lead with a final score of 48-17. BOC goes to Holly. With lightening threatening to call of the game, the D grade girls copped the worst of the weather. We knew going into the game that we needed to slow the play to keep control of the ball and hold possession. Despite a few moments of switching off the girls adjusted amazingly. Everyone had hands over every ball and our defensive pressure was top notch. BOC goes to Abbey for her defence work and also her support of the other defenders.

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Netball Notes Division 1 Pines Last round saw us take on Rosebud for the second time down at Rosebud! The weather certainly was not on our side from the start of the day with torrential downpour from the outset. Our D Grade girls worked hard in the rain and played a very calm and steady game to take out the win! Wicked game from out defence end who really put the pressure on. C Grade also did well in the conditions and stuck with Rosebud until the end of the game. Good job girls for sticking it out until the end. B Grade saw some relief for part of the game however the downpour of rain eventually got to them as well. Very messy games by all but well done girls for sticking together as a team and supporting each other through a tough match. A Grade saw a serious downpour that had the game called off multiple times. However the girls were required to finish the game and did well to push Rosebud until the end. Lucky for the bye round as we had many ankle injuries come out of those matches. But we are rested and ready to go against Bombers and our favourite round of the year..... Ladies Day!

Bonbeach A fortnight ago we had a special win in the seniors beating ladder leaders Sorrento down there. A proud day to be a Bonbeach player, coach, member and supporter. A fantastic day was had for our annual $5000 draw on Saturday last week. Thanks to everyone who bought a ticket and attended! Today we take on Mt Eliza in a very important game, especially for our Seniors and C Grade who are in contention for a finals berth. Good luck to everyone involved today and as always... GO SHARKS!

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V A GRADE Coach: Jess Tobin Holly Booth Brooke Cant Lyshae Barry Ellie McDonald Amelia Oakenfull Ashleigh Whitnell Stephanie Pahl Carly Withers Tamara Bucca

B GRADE Coach: Lisa Wade Lisa Wade Abbey Patterson Stephanie Boulton Paige Schramm Rubie Hodge Kelsey Weymouth Kiandra Paterson Taylah Ould Kirsty Keenan

A GRADE Coach: Claire Houben Alexandra Ball Chris Vickery Nicole Taylor Emily Patterson Caris MacInnes Demi Woodlock Eliza McGuigan Brianna Hollis Anne Leeds Georgina Cuthbertson Holly Bailey Michelle Sanders

B GRADE Coach: Helen Hollis Laura Scott Holly Treverton Belinda Francis Staci Tully Bonnie Cusack Britt Morgenthaler Beck Pahl Georgie Kibel Molly Kibel Britt Ryan Jess Kirk

C GRADE Coach: Carly Camilleri Maxine Barry Lauren Treacy Tyler Barry Holly Treacy Louise Meagher Ruby Vine Amy Phillips Anna Whittaker Jaime Rohan

D GRADE Coach: Sheree Bellert Rachael Clements Grace Moloney Sophie Damm Eve Matthews Nicky Dedeudg Paige Rizzo Renee Drummond Amanda Wallis Madeline Kaio

C GRADE Coach: Claire Houben Anthony Stephens Stephanie Barrett Wendy Morcom Emma Ward Chelsea Morrow Chloe Wright Julia Windhager Taylor Dale Casie Bishop Trish Soulsby Laura Buckley Brooke Sutton

D GRADE Coach: Emily Patterson Laura Scott Jacinta Hart Charli Davis Charlize Wright Renee Herbert Brooke Turner Charlotte Gilley Grace Bowles Lani Jazownik Ashleigh Johnson Taylah Baxter

V A GRADE Coach: Alana Schaeche Danni Taylor (C) Shelly O’Donnell Rebecca Kelly Alana Schaeche Maddison Graham Hannah Mundy Rachel Day Kate Youlten Briana O’Heir Ash Gladman

B GRADE Coach: Alana Schaeche Chelsea Watkins (C) Tiahn Denniston Spaull Anna Croad Jenae Woods Gemma Grant Mikkea Denniston Spaull Taylor Harris Sophie Phillips Jennifer Watts Dominique Taylor Emma Voigt

A GRADE Coach: Corinna Horvath Gerogia Hunter Candace Page Brittany Archdeacon Tess Haddock Holly Newton Tess Cooper Sarah Watkins Sarah Nash Katey Ruldolph

B GRADE Coach: Corinna Horvath Leah Sutcliffe Tayla Pallas Jane Taylor Jacqueline Eastgate Sophie Baker Dee Wilks Charlie Brown Olivia Ballard Bridget Bell-Towers Meg Feutrill

C GRADE Coach: Sophia Wickenden Charlee Bickers (C) Ally Hallahan Brook Fankhauser Grace Vaughan Ruby Phersson Sarah Nisbet Macy Hall Meg Lambie Meg Graham Lily Davies Olivia Cade

D GRADE Coach: Sophia Wickenden Emma Ring (C) Emily Opie Alexandra Deutscher Amy Byrns Indianna Croad Claudia Zampatti Ebony Craft Ruby Benjamin Narelle Bertalli Ebony Hood Holly Clarke

C GRADE Coach: Jess Gordon Kristen Sutcliffe Kahlia Truman Keely McKenzie Melissa Thorne Emily Patrickson Chris Anothony Izzy Dyer Sarah Williams Demi Kelly Laura Noonan

D GRADE Coach: Patrice Morehu Pippa Eld Olivia Gibson Alexander Graham Sam Koziol Lucy Waldock Ry Carroll Alex Shorthouse Lara Sumner Kayla Lynch Ruby Williams

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A GRADE Coach: Louise Manders Allison Goss Remi Hynes Theresa Blaauw Emma Doderico Sarah Gales Zoe Summers Louise Manders Steph Coy Michelle Edmondson Steph Warburton

B GRADE Coach: Theresa Blaauw Alison Tennant Danielle Caton Serena Sykes Amanda McCartney Georgia Dyer Emily Welsh Ashlee Gaudion Kirsty Halley Bernadette Pulis Rose Southam

A GRADE Coach: Carly Webster Bridget Ryan Maddie McDonald Abby Hutchinson Kierra McKenzie Carly Russo Bayley Wells Ellie Russo Jamie O’Hare

B GRADE Coach: Carly Webster Carly Webster Jo Camilleri Shay Chapman Gabby Hansen Charlie Boswell Di Anwyl Emma Myatt Katelyn McNamara Kelsey Allen Tiarne Dawson

C GRADE Coach: Louise Manders Bree Buckley Grace McInerney Jess Selfe Elyse Congues Hannah Voss Jodie Ades Emma Campitelli Hollie Hefford Michelle Rickards Emma Thompson Jessica Grant Zoe Dew

D GRADE Coach: Sarah Gales Amy Thomas Jayde Ashby Maddi Giles Stephanie Lyall Caity Batten Kathleen Fitzgerald Narelle Derix Taela Davis Elise Hawkins Kayla Strode Rebecca Fox Jasmine Claypole Luisa De Campo Samantha Ades

C GRADE Coach: Jo Camilleri Karen Russo Steph Chappell Michelle Hyndman Marcie Brailsford Karen Caldwell Mandy King Tayla Ingram Ebony Taylor Kate Martin Jorden McManamny Evie Pulsford

D GRADE Coach: Katelyn McNamara Carla Schwartz Alyssa Lowe Krystal Ram Jordyn Trolove Kate Trickey Olivia Allen Brianna Rooth Gemma Newport Chloe Hansen Taya King Renae Worn

V A GRADE Coach: Brierley Chase Brierley Chase Tarina Tiaiti Chloe Crouch Merinda Hale Ngaire Tufuga Tukumate Teaka Ashlee Boyle Ayla Rielly

B GRADE Coach: Brierley Chase Darcy Swayn Lily Thomson Julia Lemoa Piper Swayn Maddison Blackburn Gina Tiaiti Shanae French Amelia Pullen Tia Weaton

A GRADE Coach: Bev Ashauer Cath Porter Beverley Ashauer Blair Anderson Sarah Muston Jen Simmons Louise Brittain Polly Morris Emma Barfuss Jordy Exner

B GRADE Coach: Bev Ashauer Cath Porter Jen Simmons Maddison Zach Chloe Sharman Chloe Stubbs Sarah Bodycomb Jacelle Kitchin Cath Porter Sarah Astone Tahlia Hartskeerl

C GRADE Coach: Kellie Miller Keely Miller Rachel Harvey Leah Te Huna Rose Fiatamalii Semisi Charlotte Hyne Shakaia Te Huna Sophie Miller Tonya Davis Stacey Lee Solomona

D GRADE Coach: Ashlee Boyle Morgan Ewart Sarah Miller Alana Meginess Jade Dixon Bridget McGeoch Candace Bell Emma Burke Maggie Glenn Phoebe Lane Alisha Alan

C GRADE Coach: Lucy Williams Cam O’Neal Kelsey Leggerini Sarah O Brien Abby Buckley Abbey Shields Rebecca Uccello tina Ramadge Bethany Mack Renee Zach Jade Crockett Holly Zach

D GRADE Coach: Cam O Neil Lucy Williams Georgia Hocking Hanna Smith Kim Sheppard Rhianna Lee Megan Cook Kobe Lane Sharni Cole Skye Day Kiera Hardstone Eliese Catterick

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A Slice of MPNFL History Clubs looking to build on a rich history By Doug Dyall Finals are fast approaching in the MPNFL this year and for some of the more fortunate clubs it provides an opportunity to build on a strong recent run of success – take Frankston YCW and Sorrento for instance. Lifting silverware at the top of the premiership dais has become part of the culture of those clubs, where success is expected rather than stumbled across. But for clubs like Devon Meadows, who are yet to claim a senior premiership in their history, climbing the mountain is a destination that dreams are made of.

DIVISION ONE CLUB

YEAR COMPETITION

Bonbeach

1984

Nepean

COACH

Edithvale-Aspendale

2013

Peninsula

Troy Shannon

Frankston Bombers

2009

Nepean

Tony Blackford

Frankston YCW

2017

Peninsula

Wayne Capp

Mornington

2004

Peninsula

Simon Goosey

Mt Eliza

2005

Peninsula

Pines

1994

Division One

Rosebud

2015

Nepean

Seaford

2009

Peninsula

Anthony Agius

Sorrento

2017

Nepean

Troy Schwarze

John Airdrie

Paul Hopgood Leigh Carpenter Nick Jewell

DIVISION TWO CLUB

YEAR COMPETITION

As coaches jostle for position, aiming to have their team in the best possible form, and best health, as we head into the finals, we take a look back at the last time the 22 MPNFL clubs last tasted the ultimate success.

Chelsea

2006

Peninsula

COACH

Crib Point

2001

Division Three

Devon Meadows

Yet to win a senior premiership.

Dromana

2013

Nepean

Hastings

2016

Nepean

Brett Dunne

And who will win in 2018?

Karingal

1999

Division Two

Danny Watts

Will Red Hill break a 28-year-old drought in Division two, or will Pines or Bonbeach have great finishes to the year and claim premierships after extended droughts that have lasted more than 20 years?

Langwarrin

2005

Nepean

Gavin Artico

Pearcedale

2003

Nepean

Dale Carpenter

Red Hill

1990

Division two

Tim Luscombe

Rye

2006

Nepean

Craig O’Brien

Or will Sorrento or YCW continue their dominance and leave the others scratching their heads in disbelief?

Somerville

1986

Nepean

Gary Colling

Tyabb

2000

Division Three

Eddie Fischer

Tim Scott Branigan Andrew Shannon Gavin Artico

These are the questions that will be on everyone’s lips over the coming weeks.

Bonbeach last triumphed under John Airdrie in 1984. Somerville won its last premiership under Gary Colling in 1986.

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Division 2 - Round 15 Saturday 21st July 2018

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Its’s Okay, Not to be Okay Round You may have seen the slogan on footy club apparel or on a car sticker on your drive home from work - but what does “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” really mean and who is this organisation? It’s Okay, Not to be Okay was formed in the very pit of our heartache, in May 2016, when our family tragically lost Ben at 22 years of age to suicide. One minute he was watching a movie on the couch with his older sister, the next minute gone, ripped from our lives, and from our futures forever. Ben was outgoing, lively, affectionate, and not afraid to show his emotions and was very much loved by everyone he met. When we were looking for Ben on that Sunday night, never in our wildest dreams could we have imagined that we would have found him the way that we did. That he would have taken his own life. This is why we started It’s Okay, Not to be Okay. If Ben; the life of the party, who has a loving family, a great job and friends, thought that this was an answer to his darkest thoughts and could do this, then anyone could and this didn’t sit well with us. So here we are today. Our aim and mission is to educate, support and assist with mental health battles, loss and grief struggles, and promote suicide prevention within the community, because we all walk around with stories and feelings that not many, or no one else knows about. You can get involved by helping normalise conversations about mental health by wearing a jumper of ours, or by putting a sticker on your car, or by running an event or adding a logo to your uniform. You can jump on our Facebook page and share your story or even just jump on and like our page. Or, more importantly, you can be brave enough to ask your family, team mates and coaches if they are ok and, if they’re not, get them some help.

We are looking forward to this up and coming official, “It’s Okay, Not to be Okay”, round to help get our message out there and to continue to stamp out the stigma that may be associated with mental health issues. The Hocking Family

The Hocking family from left; Ben’s father Paul, sisters Hayleigh, Maddison and Georgia with Ben Hocking. MPNFL – Round 15, Saturday 28 July. Round 15 of the MPNFL is the official “It’s Okay, Not to be Okay” round, with the signature match taking place between Frankston Bombers and Bonbeach at Greg Beck Oval. There will be a raffle taking place on the day, the canteen and bar will be open, so please join the Hocking’s for what is sure to be a passion-filled round – dedicated to the memory of Ben and the future endeavours of “It’s Okay, Not to be Okay”. For more information on “It’s Okay, Not to be Okay”, please visit the website or Facebook page by going to the links provided below. Website https://www.itsokaynottobeokay.com.au/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/itsoknottobeokay/

Ben Hocking in his playing days with Somerville.

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Footy Preview - Division 2 Red Hill aims for a clean sweep By David Nagel A seven-game winning streak has seen Red Hill climb to third place on the ladder and the Hillmen can progress one-step further today with a win over Karingal at the Red Hill Showgrounds. The Hillmen, who have not lost a game since the end of May, today look for a clean sweep of victories against all other teams in the top five. It’s an impressive record, built mainly on the ability to keep opposition teams under wraps. Coach Jamie Mollo has one of the hardest working teams in the competition, instilling a team-defence mentality that is proving very difficult to break down. The Hills’ midfield really does work hard to get back and assist their defence, with Jake Mold, Dylan Hoare, Marcus Dal Lago and Rheede Hopgood working overtime against Crib Point last week despite being streets ahead on the scoreboard. Mold is a very smart midfielder who doesn’t get sucked into the contest and is quite often the first handball receive to get the Hillmen off and running. The Hillmen are also very creative off half back with Jonah Siversen, Dan McNamara and the recently returned Matt Hyden providing plenty of run, while Aiden Marchesani and Hamish McShane just stayed back defensively and took care of business. To complete the package, Ben Hughes and Chris Irving are proving important targets up forward, with livewires Daniel Allsop and Jono Ross both capable of hitting the scoreboard in a hurry. But Karingal, well they’re certainly no mugs themselves. The Bulls were slow to start against Rye last week, conceding three of the first four goals, before kicking 14 goals to four from midway through the first term. The Demons had the Bulls locked away early, but a brilliant running goal from Callan Dixon, after a slick one-two exchange with Mason Russell, had the Bulls still trailing, but in a much better frame of mind heading into the quarter-time huddle.

The Bulls kicked 4.6 to 1.1 in the second term to open up a 20-point lead before blowing the Demons away with a 7.2 to 2.1 third term. Duncan Proud and Andy McInnes shared the duties in the ruck, with McInnes having a big impact at the start of the third term. The midfield battle will be a beauty today, with the likes of Dixon, Andy Mathers, David Hirst and Steve McInnes looking to give the Bulls’ forwards the first look at the footy. Red Hill’s defence is miserly, stingy at best, and that ability to apply one-on-one pressure to that back six will go a long way towards a Bulls’ victory today. If the Hillmen get on top through the midfield, then Bulls’ defenders like Luke Van Raay, Dylan Gregson, Matt Jackson and Zane Merdanovic could be in for a very long day at the office. This one will be tight and tough from the outset, with neither team willing to concede an inch and give a grain of impetus to an opposition that have their eyes on the same prize at the end of the season. The Bulls’ are about to make a statement – they’ll win today by 13 points.

Sam Fowler has been a dangerous forward for Dromana in recent times.

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Footy Preview - Division 2 Hastings is just one step away from becoming the last piece in the finals puzzle and the Blues can lock that position away with a win over Langwarrin at Lloyd Park today. The fifth-placed Blues have a very tough last month of footy, taking on the Kangaroos, Karingal, Red Hill and Chelsea so, if they lose this, will be under serious pressure to hold on. The Blues will start underdogs in their last three games of the season. The Blues have had a good fortnight of late, defeating a vastly improved Tyabb by 16 points before strolling to victory after a fast start against Pearcedale last week. Their two key targets, Luke Hewitt and Paul Rogasch, kicked four goals apiece against the Dales, while Ricky Ferraro, Dylan Paarlberg and Dale Alanis sensed the importance of the occasion and produced some of their best football of the season. The challenge of taking on Dromana with an injurydepleted list proved way beyond Langwarrin last week. Important names like Shane Paterson, Sean Herdman, Blake Peach, Nick Hammill and Josh Biggs were all missing against the Tigers and the Kangas just can’t afford that sort of luxury. They need their full cattle on the park to be competitive against the better teams in the competition. Haydn Golby, Luke Churcher, Blake Harkness and Bayleigh Tate all stood tall against the Tigers and will need to be brave again today.

This is it for Langy. Lose and they become a finals spectator, but win and they’ll be odds on to be a participant. They’ll rise to the occasion – and win by 15 points. A horror fortnight of footy has left Rye now requiring a major miracle to play finals this year, but the Demons can keep those slender hopes alive by defeating Devon Meadows at Rowley Reserve today. The Demons failed their two-week exam against Chelsea and Karingal, losing by 57 and 56 points to show exactly where they sit tin the pecking order. They have winnable games ahead, against the Panthers, Somerville and Pearcedale, before a last-round visit from Dromana should end their season for good. Last week’s game against Karingal sort of summed up their season in way. The Demons were very competitive in the early stages, playing good enough footy to match it with the best, before fading badly in the second half. Their list of scalps is quite impressive this year, with Langwarrin, Red Hill and Hastings all victims of the Demons at their very best. It’s a promising sign for the future, if they can build consistency that is, but right now the Demons are just a little off the pace. Matt Hill was terrific for the Demons last week, while Adam Kirkwood and Matt McIndoe put their bigger bodies to good use through the midfield. Tyrren Head

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Footy Preview - Division 2 looks dangerous up forward, but the Demons need to give him more supply to make him fully effective. They face a big challenge today against the Panthers, who scored a terrific win over Somerville last week. Michael Theodoridis was the difference with five goals, and he presents the biggest threat to the Demons again today. ‘The Golden Greek’ is very strong, and deceptively quick off the mark, and Jye Lloyd or Nick Baron will need to be on their toes if they stand the key forward this afternoon. Mat Fletcher is also in terrific form, while Ash Adams, Cal O’Hare and Liam Drew have all been solid contributors in recent times. A close finish is almost assured here…but we’ll go for Rye to avenge its round-10 loss to the Panthers by 17 points. Dromana flexed its muscles against Langwarrin last week and will look to repeat the dose when Tyabb pays a visit to Pier Street. The Tigers were awesome across the board last, moving the ball cleanly in fine conditions and making the Kangaroos look second rate. If they had their kicking boots on their 88-point margin could have blown out to epic proportions! Ben Holmes made a welcome return with five goals while the likes of Rory Gregg, Ryan Smyth, Terry Wheeler and Andy Howison had one of those days where nothing much went wrong – which are pretty rare in football. The Tigers are the big story this year, but close behind must be the Yabbies who are enjoying that most underrated of commodities – being competitive.

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They have now won three of their last six games, with last week’s victory over Chelsea clearly their most impressive performance of the season. Jake Anderson continued to shine with four goals, Jack Doman kicked three, while Aaron Turner, Brad Harbinson, Paul Ransom and Darcy Underwood took it to the Seagulls from the outset. The Yabbies are gaining respect, and won’t want to take a backward step today after being crushed by the best team in the competition. They’ll fight to the end…but will be eight goals shy at the final siren. Chelsea’s top-three hopes are now in dire need of resuscitation and the Seagulls can begin that revival against Somerville at Beardsworth Avenue today. The Seagulls had some serious ups and downs last week. Outplayed by Tyabb in the first half, the Gulls rallied and looked sure-fire winners after a five-goal-to-two third term. But they would have been disappointed with their finish, unable to break down the Yabbies just week’s out from a finals campaign. Ben Holman continued his fantastic season in the ruck, with Reid Crowe, Jack Francis and Dave Willett, who kicked four goals, also shining on a day that had little lustre. Somerville was also disappointing against Devon Meadows last week in a game they would have expected to win.

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Footy - Division 2 Billy Rolfe kicked two goals to be the only livewire up forward, while Adrian Speedy provided run and Ben Sedgwick matched motors with the Panthers’ big-man department. Nick Mason and Lachie Haskett were also impressive performers, but the Eagles just left too little to too few. The Gulls will begin to breathe easy again after a 27-point victory. And Pearcedale can make a sharp jump up the ladder if the Dales can get a hold of Crib Point at Tractor Park today. The Dales currently sit on four wins, and will be quite content with their season if they win today and then win at home against Rye in round 17. Outings against Chelsea and Langwarrin might be a little more difficult. Luke Dalmau has been a star for the Dales this season, while big-men Ben Mitchell and Harry Prior, and Dan Heijden and Luke Murray, have soldiered on against some pretty strong opposition. Crib Point produced some nice passages of play against Red Hill last week but would too often break down with that final kick inside forward 50. Sam Kilduff is a smooth-moving left-footed wingman, Jarrod Fisk and Kieran Jamieson battled well against Harry Wynn-Pope in the ruck, while Myles Jamieson and Brad Arnold fought hard against a very talented Red Hill midfield. But, at the end of the day, the Magpies defence was put under way too much pressure with Brendan Phillips, Tim Cook, Elliott Avis and Jacob Cook unable to stem the flow. The flow won’t be as steady today – but Pearcedale will still win by six goals.

Tipsters Shaun Connell AFLSE Leagues Manager Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Red Hill Devon Meadows Last Round - 3 Chris Holcombe Interleague Coach Chelsea Dromana Hastings Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Last Round - 5 Simon Mc Evoy Leader Chelsea Dromana Hastings Pearcedale Karingal Devon Meadows Last Round - 5

Nicholas Smedley Steller Chelsea Dromana Hastings Pearcedale Karingal Devon Meadows Last Round - 3

Haydn Parsons AFLSE Operations Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Karingal Rye Last Round - 4 Lachy Kelly RPP FM Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Last Round - 5 Gary Sanford Bendigo Bank Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Last Round - 3 Doug Dyall MPNFL Historian Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Red Hill Rye Last Round - 5

Leaderboard

Matt Naughton will need to give the Langwarrin midfield first use of the ball against Hastings today.

Haydn Parsons Doug Dyall Gary Sanford Simon McEvoy Chris Holcombe Lachy Kelly Nicholas Smedley Shaun Connell

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Scores, Ladders, Goal Kickers SENIORS

SENIORS

Karingal 2.4 6.10 13.12 15.14.104 Rye 3.1 4.2 6.3 7.6.48 Karingal Goals: Best: Rye Goals: T. Head 2, A. Kirkwood 2, M. McIndoe, B. Trivett, J. Wills. Best: M. Hill, A. Kirkwood, G. Nocella, G. Gordon, M. McIndoe, P. Hampton. Tyabb 4.6 7.10 9.13 12.16.88 Chelsea 2.4 4.7 9.12 12.13.85 Tyabb Goals: J. Anderson 4, J. Doman 3, R. Regan 2, B. Regan, S. Rahilly, M. Altenkirch. Best: A. Turner, P. Ransom, J. Anderson, L. Rogan, J. Doman, D. Underwood. Chelsea Goals: D. Willett 4, J. Francis 3, J. Hargreaves, A. Silva, T. Gardiner, D. Knowles, C. Bywater. Best: R. Crowe, J. Francis, B. Holman, D. Knowles, D. Willett. Crib Point 1.0 1.0 2.3 4.5.29 Red Hill 4.3 9.6 13.12 16.13.109 Crib Point Goals: J. Bryant, B. Arnold, J. Fisk, M. Jamieson. Best: B. Arnold, E. Avis, N. Shannon, B. Phillips, S. Kilduff, H. DeKleuver. Red Hill Goals: B. Hughes 7, D. Hoare 3, D. Allsop 2, B. Sanders, C. Irving, Z. Vines, J. Ross. Best: D. Hoare, J. Mold, A. Marchesani, D. Allsop, D. McNamara, Z. Vines. Devon Meadows 3.4 7.5 8.11 11.13.79 Somerville 3.3 4.6 5.10 9.14.68 Devon Meadows Goals: M. Theodoridis 5, M. Fletcher, J. Hillis, B. White, J. Harmes, P. Harmes, C. O’Hare. Best: M. Fletcher, M. Theodoridis, L. Drew, A. Adams, J. Harmes, K. Beveridge. Somerville Goals: B. Rolfe 2, L. Hughes, L. Haskett, N. Mason, J. Rolfe, T. Beckett, T. McGenniss, S. McDonnell. Best: N. Mason, A. Speedy, L. Haskett, B. Sedgwick, J. McMahon, A. Peile. Langwarrin 0.0 1.3 1.4 3.4.22 Dromana 3.4 10.9 13.12 15.20.110 Langwarrin Goals: J. Murphy 2, J. Dormer. Best: H. Golby, L. Churcher, K. Busuttil-Inglis, B. Harkness, B. Tate, D. Wehner. Dromana Goals: B. Holmes 5, J. Bateman 2, J. Bateman 2, R. Johnston 2, B. Cosson, B. McMurray, S. Fowler, J. Gipp. Best: R. Gregg, R. Smyth, T. Wheeler, Z. Muschialli, A. Howison, J. Gipp. Hastings 4.2 8.3 14.5 17.11.113 Pearcedale 1.1 3.4 3.8 7.8.50 Hastings Goals: L. Hewitt 4, P. Rogasch 4, D. Alanis 2, S. Foster 2, R. Ferraro 2, W. Delahaye, A. Vinson, J. Hewitt. Best: R. Ferraro, D. Paarlberg, L. Hewitt, D. Alanis, J. Hewitt, C. McVeigh. Pearcedale Goals: T. Jacobson 3, B. Mitchell 2, L. Cowell, T. Bravo. Best: L. Dalmau, B. Mitchell, A. Simmons, R. Elmi, H. Prior, Z. Hill.

RESERVES Karingal 8.9.57 v Tyabb 8.13.61 v Crib Point 0.7.7 v Devon M 5.10.40 v Langwarrin 6.10.46 v Hastings 14.16.100 v UNDER 19s Karingal 13.9.87 v Tyabb 7.7.49 v Crib Point 5.8.38 v Devon Meadows 1.2.8 v Langwarrin 10.9.69 v Hastings 16.14.110 v

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Rye Chelsea Red Hill Somerville Dromana Pearcedale

Rye Chelsea Red Hill Somerville Dromana Pearcedale

6.7.43 11.4.70 15.13.103 11.8.74 5.6.36 2.2.14

0.4.4 7.10.52 12.3.75 24.24.168 4.6.30 1.1.7

Dromana Karingal Red Hill Chelsea Hastings Langwarrin Rye Somerville Devon M Tyabb Pearcedale Crib Point

RESERVES

Hastings Karingal Dromana Chelsea Langwarrin Red Hill Somerville Rye Tyabb Crib Point Devon M Pearcedale

UNDER 19’S

Red Hill Karingal Rye Crib Point Somerville Langwarrin Dromana Hastings Pearcedale Chelsea Tyabb Devon M

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14 13 1 0 14 11 3 0 14 10 3 1 14 10 4 0 14 9 5 0 14 6 7 1 14 6 8 0 14 5 9 0 14 4 10 0 14 4 10 0 14 4 10 0 14 1 13 0

1389 763 182.04 1202 840 143.10 1196 696 171.84 1161 891 130.30 1209 1017 118.88 963 984 97.87 1016 1092 93.04 1073 1099 97.63 924 1133 81.55 858 1206 71.14 872 1376 63.37 575 1341 42.88

52 44 42 40 36 26 24 20 16 16 16 4

14 11 3 0 13 10 2 1 14 10 4 0 14 9 4 1 14 9 5 0 14 9 5 0 14 7 7 0 13 7 6 0 14 4 10 0 14 4 10 0 14 2 12 0 14 0 14 0

909 544 856 379 809 564 827 612 748 483 852 570 881 560 739 498 514 793 450 996 372 916 284 1326

167.10 225.86 143.44 135.13 154.87 149.47 157.32 148.39 64.82 45.18 40.61 21.42

44 42 40 38 36 36 28 28 16 16 8 0

14 14 0 0 14 13 1 0 14 10 4 0 14 10 4 0 14 9 5 0 14 8 6 0 14 6 8 0 14 5 9 0 14 4 10 0 14 4 10 0 14 1 13 0 14 0 14 0

1327 273 486.08 1452 372 390.32 933 466 200.21 863 532 162.22 932 511 182.39 1029 491 209.57 789 802 98.38 577 1005 57.41 499 1002 49.80 515 1229 41.90 475 1114 42.64 209 1803 11.59

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SEN Hot Shot GOAL KICKERS SENIORS Jesse Murphy Curtis Bywater Michael Theodoridis Luke Hewitt Ethan Johnstone Jake Anderson Ben Holmes Billy Rolfe Ben Hughes Jack Francis Jonathon Ross

TEAM R.13 T Langwarrin 2 52 Chelsea 1 48 Devon Meadows 5 45 Hastings 4 41 Dromana 0 35 Tyabb 4 35 Dromana 5 34 Somerville 2 34 Red Hill 7 33 Chelsea 3 31 Red Hill 1 27

RESERVES Scott Sterling Richard Mathers Luke Clark James Gioutsos Corey Hanger Craig Hunter

Rye Karingal Chelsea Red Hill Langwarrin Devon Meadows

0 0 2 5 1 2

32 29 25 20 19 19

UNDER 19 Logan Sandford Shannon Read Anthony Beale Ryan McNamara Ben Tovey Jai Triep Nathan Allen

Red Hill Langwarrin Karingal Karingal Dromana Karingal Langwarrin

3 0 3 3 0 0 0

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Fixture - Division 2 Good Friday 30th March

Round 8

Round 15

Dromana 15.16.106 v Rye 12.11.83 (RD4)

Saturday 2nd June Chelsea 16.18.114 v Crib Point 4.7.31 Devon M 9.10.64 v Hastings 16.16.112 Dromana 9.15.69 v Langwarrin 7.11.53 Pearcedale 4.10.34 v Red Hill 21.13.139 Rye 12.15.87 v Somerville 13.15.93 Tyabb 7.6.48 v Karingal 11.13.79

Saturday 21st July Chelsea v Somerville (CHE) Dromana v Tyabb (DRO) Langwarrin v Hastings (LAN) Pearcedale v Crib Point (PEA) Red Hill v Karingal (RED) Rye v Devon Meadows (RYE)

Round 1 Saturday 7th April Chelsea 11.13.79 v Red Hill 11.6.72 Devon M 17.12.114 v Pearcedale 8.13.61 Hastings 24.14.158 v Crib Point 7.5.47 Rye 11.14.80 v Tyabb 10.9.69 Somerville 8.6.54 v Dromana 16.15.111 Karingal 10.14.74 v Langwarrin 9.11.65

Round 16 Round 9 Queens B’day

Saturday 14th April Crib Point 6.13.49 v Somerville 16.10.106 Devon M 8.9.57 v Dromana 14.12.96 Langwarrin 5.9.39 v Red Hill 6.3.39 Pearcedale 6.13.49 v Chelsea 11.11.77 Rye 7.14.56 v Karingal 12.12.84 Tyabb 8.9.57 v Hastings 9.10.64

Saturday 9th June Crib Point 5.6.36 v Pearcedale 13.9.87 Hastings 13.13.91 v Langwarrin 9.10.64 Rye 12.11.83 v Chelsea 15.17.107 Tyabb 17.17.119 v Devon Meadows 13.9.87 Sunday 10th June Red Hill 14.11.95 v Dromana 14.5.89 Karingal 13.17.95 v Somerville 8.20.68

Round 3

Round 10

Round 2

Saturday 21st April Crib Point 3.10.28 v Rye8.16.64 Dromana 15.9.99 v Karingal 10.11.71 Hastings 8.12.60 v Chelsea 13.7.85 Pearcedale 10.18.78v Langwarrin 11.8.74 Red Hill 17.12.114 v Tyabb 6.6.42 Somerville 12.18.90 v Devon M 15.14.104

Saturday 16th June Chelsea 9.4.58 v Karingal 7.13.55 Devon Meadows 13.5.83 vs Rye 10.10.70 Dromana 13.19.97 v Crib Point 5.9.39 Langwarrin 20.8.128 v Tyabb 6.5.41 Pearcedale 10.4.64 v Hastings 19.14.128 Somerville 11.7.73 v Red Hill 12.14.86

Round 4

Round 11

Saturday 28th April Chelsea 13.12.90 v Tyabb 4.9.33 Karingal 14.11.95 v Hastings 9.8.62 Langwarrin 14.8.92 v Devon M 8.8.55 Red Hill 16.20.116 v Crib Point 6.1.37 Somerville 14.23.107 v Pearcedale 8.6.54

Saturday 23rd June Devon M 9.8.62 v Chelsea 13.11.89 Hastings 7.5.47 v Red Hill 17.7.109 Karingal 20.13.133 v Crib Point 5.5.35 Rye 14.16.100 v Pearcedale 7.7.49 Somerville 7.12.54 v Langwarrin 9.12.66 Tyabb 2.11.23 v Dromana 11.11.77

Round 5 Saturday 5th May Chelsea 7.10.52 v Dromana 13.16.94 Devon M 7.6.48 v Red Hill 9.12.66 Hastings 11.12.78 v Somerville 7.12.54 Pearcedale 12.8.80 v Karingal 20.18.138 Rye 13.17.95 v Langwarrin 11.8.74 Tyabb 15.12.102 v Crib Point 6.11.47

Round 6 Saturday 12th May Crib Point 8.7.55 v Langwarrin 12.10.82 Dromana 16.16.112 v Hastings 11.8.74 Karingal 10.17.77 v Devon M 3.8.26 Red Hill 7.11.53 v Rye 8.7.55 Somerville 7.16.58 v Chelsea 15.10.100 Tyabb 10.11.71 v Pearcedale 16.13.109

AFL Vic Vountry Championships Saturday 19th May MPNFL 7.7.49 v NFL 12.17.89

Round 7 Saturday 26th May Crib Point 9.8.62 v Devon M 6.11.47 Hastings 12.12.84 v Rye 11.12.78 Karingal 9.12.66 v Red Hill 9.11.65 Langwarrin 15.8.98 v Chelsea 14.13.97 Pearcedale 6.12.48 v Dromana 25.9.159 Somerville 20.12.132 v Tyabb 7.8.50

Round 12 Saturday 30th June Crib Point 6.11.47 v Tyabb 8.16.64 Dromana 15.17.107 v Somerville 8.6.54 Langwarrin 12.17.89 v Karingal 11.5.71 Pearcedale 10.8.68 vs Devon M 9.6.60 Red Hill 12.6.78 v Chelsea 6.5.41 Rye 13.9.87 v Hastings 9.17.71

Round 13 Saturday 7th July Chelsea 13.9.87 v Rye 4.6.30 Dromana 8.15.63 v Devon M 5.8.38 Hastings 10.7.67 v Tyabb 8.3.51 Karingal 8.12.60 v Pearcedale 6.5.41 Red Hill 7.13.55 v Langwarrin 2.5.17 Somerville 9.8.62 v Crib Point 4.9.33

Round 14 Saturday 14th July Crib Point 4.5.29 v Red Hill 16.13.109 Devon M 11.13.79 v Somerville 9.14.68 Hastings 17.11.113 v Pearcedale 7.8.50 Karingal 15.14.104 v Rye 7.6.48 Langwarrin 3.4.22 v Dromana 15.20.110 Tyabb 12.16.88 v Chelsea 12.13.85

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Saturday 28th July Chelsea v Pearcedale (CHE) Devon M v Crib Point (DEV) Dromana v Red Hill (DRO) Hastings v Karingal (HAS) Somerville v Rye (SOM) Tyabb v Langwarrin (TYA)

Round 17 Saturday 4th August Crib Point v Dromana (CRI) Devon M v Tyabb (DEV) Karingal v Chelsea (KAR) Langwarrin v Somerville (LAN) Pearcedale v Rye (PEA) Red Hill v Hastings (RED)

Round 18 Saturday 11th August Chelsea v Hastings (CHE) Crib Point v Karingal (CRI) Langwarrin v Pearcedale (LAN) Red Hill v Devon M (RED) Rye v Dromana (RYE) Tyabb v Somerville (TYA)

FOOTBALL FINALS Saturday 18th August Qualifying Final (SOM) Sunday 19th August Elimination Final (RYE) Saturday 25th August 2nd Semi Final (HAS) Sunday 26th August 1st Semi Final (RYE) Saturday 1st September Preliminary Final (SOM) Saturday 8th September Grand Final (FRA PK)

NETBALL FINALS Saturday 18th August 1st & 2nd Semi Final (SOM) Saturday 25th August Preliminary Final (HAS) Saturday 1st September Grand Final (SOM)

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Footy Notes Tyabb And there it is! A great day down at the pond last week, playing equal 2nd on the ladder. After they touched us up in our first encounter, our boys from Bunguyan put together our best game of the year. Jumping out of the blocks and taking a couple of goal lead into the first change(probably should have been about 4 or 5 goal), we managed to make it 3 goals at the half way point. A gulls comeback meant we had only a slender 1 point lead at 3/4 time. The boys rallied, even after the lead was taken for the first time in the game by a fast finishing Chelsea. We managed to kick 3 for the quarter and hang on for dear life! ANDO (4sossies), HANDSOME and TINA TURNER were dominant. MAN CHILD DOMAN picked up where he left off last week (3sossies). ROGAN was fantastic as usual and DIGS played another solid game on a great player. We travel down to Dromana today to take on the ladder leaders...... Surely not???!!! In the reserves our boys put in a fantastic effort to just come up short against top 3 side Chelsea. With that sort of effort and intensity there’s no doubt we can match it with any side in the Comp. Better players: Hose, Robinson, Scown & Buchan” The 19s boys again fell agonisingly short in another thrilling encounter going down by three points. The boys played their best footy for the year in the last quarter but were not able to get over the line. The Yabbie Coachella function saw Jacks good form continue for the day with another BOG going his way #nipnip

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Chelsea The Club made it’s 1st trip down to Tyabb last Saturday and hence to say it was an eventful day to say the least. Firstly a huge thanks to all concerned regarding the bad injury we incurred in the 19’s. Very best wishes to Tristan for a speedy recovery, we are all with you Champ. 3 games of footy and they were all nail biters, really pleased for Dan and all the Under’s as it has been a tough few weeks, under extreme adversity the boy’s came away with a great win and no doubt heading towards next year we will have a lot to look forward to. Great work boy’s !! The 2nd’s got away with a close win and to be honest they probably were very lucky, full credit to the Tyabb team as they took it up to us all day. Our blokes aside from a few just need to have a serious look at themselves , just to many bid heads and no respect. We also need

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more on the track so let’s all harden up and get things sorted over the next few weeks. In the main game , another close one and again, as the Coach said after the game Tyabb would have been robbed had we managed to pinch it. All that needed to be said was said post game so we will leave it at that. On a much brighter note a huge thumbs up to big Jake Spesevski who debuted on Saturday and really put his hand up, shades of the mighty Storker here folks. Great kid with a Great attitude, Keep punching Champ !! Two massive home games for us in the next 2 weeks lad’s so now is the time for action. No excuses. See you at the Gullery !!

Hastings 3 strong wins of football against Pearcedale on the weekend, in front of a very poor crowd Hastings day got of to a sensational start with the under 19;s scoring a very impressive 103 point win, we are not sure when the last time we had a 3rds side win by such a margin, but it was great for the young Blues to record such a win, with coach Foy unavailable Tom Austin stepped in and steered the boys to a memorable win, well done. The Reserves consolidated their second spot on the ladder with a solid 86 point win, the twos are going along nicely and just need to keep winning and maintain their position at the top of the ladder, with a few players still to come back, spots are going to be keenly fought for. The Seniors had a good 10 goal win against a young Pearcedale side, all players played their roles, but unfortunately Matt Clifford suffered a bad hip injury, hopefully the prognosis is good, and we wish Matty a speedy recovery. Langwarren today, for the Seniors its pretty simple, win today and playing finals for a 4th year in a row which has not been done since 1990-93 is assured, lose then we are back to being 6 points clear of Langy with 3 tough games left, how much do you want it boys? 28th July past players day, $20 per head to book ring club on 59791740 $2000 reverse draw raffle $25 a ticket includes an hour of beer wine soft drink see any players for tickets Sponsors Bay Building David Gibbs Lawyers Hastings La Porchetta Hastings Roberts & Green Real Estate Hastings

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Footy Notes Red Hill In the words of Sheldon Cooper from Big Bang Theory..”you are in my spot”. Today at the Hill the Ones are playing for second spot, and to achieve this goal we must kick more goals than them, which is our..... goal. Ben”Billy” Hughes kicked 7 of the best Dylan H and Daniel Allsop got amongst the goodies and picked up the votes. Great to see Simon “Cyril” Allsop in the Ones and picked up a few assists on the way. The Magoos started heading in the right direction, but need beat the Bulls this week. The boys went on a goal frenzy kicking 15 majors, and not letting Cribby register a snag. James G kicked a bagful and Billy Tuck celebrated his game 100 by picking up goals and votes. Sammy Scicluna is stringing some consistency together in the important part of the season. In the Unders, the boys met with expected pressure from a team that will challenge in the last games of the season. No panic stations, no new tactics, just do the job as they have done each week, and “bezinga” (Sheldon Cooper) 6 goals in the third quarter to keep the boys without a loss entering R15. Another challenge looms today as 1st play 2nd in a blockbuster pre final match. JJ kicked 5 and proved his worth at both ends of the ground. The Sandman picked up 3 and Ben “ChipsnGravy” Proudly supported by Davys was a superb general in defence. Plenty of past players today, rekindling memories of games gone by in the green shed. Get over before the chatter turns to dribble. Auction night 28 July, get a table together. The Mountain Goat

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Devon Meadows This week we take on our longest road trip so far for the season with a journey down to the beautiful Rye. The Seniors will be looking to get the 4 points and make it 2 wins in a row and 2 wins against Rye for this year after defeating them a very short 5 weeks ago. Last week was a very good day for our football club, with a win in the Seniors and a 5 goal haul from Michael “Big Micky” Theodoridis, which now brings him to 3rd on the goal kicking tally with 45 snags. The Reserves fought hard but they 2 middle quarters Somerville was able to kick away and we were always playing catch up. The under 19s are still battling away however there want and desire cant be mistaken as such a young group. We were fortunate to have one of the AFL greats Nicky Winmar host a luncheon for us which made the day very exciting and this excitement could be seen by a certain reserves full back as he was able to speak to Nicky and get a photo with him pre game. Boomer enjoyed his 200th(201st) game in style with a nice win and sung the song in the middle with an AFL inspired Gatorade shower.

The season is drawing to an end however the functions are still in force. We have Christmas in July on 28th of July, Past Players and Sponsors Day 4th of August to wrap up our last 2 home games. Our last game we will be back to the rooms for some end of season drinks. Grand Final breakfast is shaping up nicely with some “huge” figures to be attending. Be sure to keep up to date on our Facebook page. Go Meadows!

Dromana Welcome to the attendees at the 2008 Reserves Premiership players reunion. This round 15 games against Tyabb is Sponsored by Hillview Quarries and sees our Senior Players in Heritage jumpers which will be auctioned after the game. Last Saturday saw us play Langwarrin at Lloyd Park after a long break since we last played for Home and Away points there. For many older supporters this venue held some bad memories and the day started badly with the U19s missing a key forward not been able to convert their opportunities although they matched Langwarrin in general play but suffered a 39 point loss. On paper our Reserves team was one of the strongest we have fielded but the Langwarrin defence repelled numerous entries into our forward line and the lack of a tall marking forward proved costly with Dromana losing by 10 points. Two losses and a Langwarrin Senior side desperate for a win to maintain their finals chances it appeared that history may repeat itself , but, Dromana kept Langwarrin scoreless for the best part of the first half while kicking 10 goals to lead by 60 points at half time. The third term saw Dromana kick 3 more goals to Langwarrins 1 point. In the final term both teams kicked two goals but Dromana had 10 scoring shots to two to run out 88 point winners in a decisive result. EVENTS 12th August - Major Raffle. Tickets from Board Members 16th September - Presentation Night. Book with Tara. 28th September - AFL Grand Final Luncheon at Peninsula Club. GO TIGERS!!!

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Footy Notes Langwarrin Welcome back to Lloyd Park for the second week in a row. This week we take on Hastings in what will be vital matches for the club. It is good to see our new light towers taking shape. They will add much to the facilities here at Lloyd Park. They are hard to miss ! Last week we had good solid wins in the two earlier games. Our reserves in particular witheld a fast finishing Dromana to run out winners by 10 points. It was good to see Tang lead the way down back. Andy Johnson kicked 3 and was amongst the best that included Hanger, Tex, and Napier. The reserves won by 39 points in a game in which they led all day. Good players included Lee, Watts , Mack and Bassett. The sun shone bright as club great Andrew “ Tails “ Taylor celeberated his 150th game for the club in his return game in the seniors. A great man around the club who always gives 100%, congratulations on the milestone Tails. Unfortunately we were beaten in just about all facets of the game and Dromana ran out comfortable winners. Church, Golby , Siz and Cuthbert tried hard all day, but to be honest we were beaten by a far better side. Today we can turn it around and keep our senior’s finals hopes alive by reversing the outcome of our recent game against Hastings. It is always good to see the framed Langy Jumper that hangs in our premium sponor O’Brien Real Estate’s office. Thanks to O’Brien’s for their continued support of our club.

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Massive test in all grades here at Red Hill today as we prepare for our finals campaign, and a chance to test ourselves against fellow upcoming finalists Last week in brilliant sunshine at home we got the points in all except the Senior Women and U17 netball with A Grade having a week off due to forefeit The Unders really worked into the game and lifted each quarter to clock up a big win; the 12pm lads then followed up with the choccies as well and the ones were pushed a few times early but walked away with the 4 points by a good margin On the bottom oval the girls hosted ladder leaders Hastings and pushed them the whole way, going down by less than a goal

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Couple of big events coming up are the $5k draw on Sept 14th - tickets out now - and the Frat Party tonight which promises to be a great night...see JackyB or Jade for tickets ASAP AFL Grand Final Eve is on again and backed up this year with a GF function right here on the big screens The really big social news is the long awaited return of the Man-O-Man Talent Show - see Pitty for details With only 1 more home game the Mathers Footy Show is hitting its straps and also the Dim Sim eating comp. Make sure you’re at the club every Thursday night for a great feed, couple drinks and some great comedy Decking Out Melbourne - give Frenchy, Mark & their Team a call on 1800 036 540 today #RedWhiteBOOM

Crib Point A slow start from both teams in the U19’s saw Crib gain the ascendency heading into half time. Our chances were soon put to bed, however, with Red Hill slotting 10 goals in the second half to run away with a 37-point win. Two silky left footers in Jett Bauer-Lodge and Harry Laughton were dominant all day. The reserves side came up against Red Hill hoping they could replicate their previous weeks’ performance by securing another win. It simply wasn’t to be with Red Hill running all over the depleted Crib Point, finishing 96-point victors. Sam Parmenter was gallant in defence whilst Joel Wisken contributed well across the ground before a hard hitting bump saw him break his collarbone in what was an unfortunate event. The seniors were unable to match Red Hill on the weekend. The hillmen declared victory over Crib early with a 9-1 goal first quarter. The pies hit back late almost managing to win the final quarter but it was too far gone to make a difference to the final result. Brad Arnold returned to form whilst Jake Bryant was well pleased with his efforts in front of the big sticks, snagging his first senior goal. This week club legend David “Buzz” Cook will run out for his 200th senior game. Buzz has been a one club player from juniors all the way through to seniors and has provided the club with some of its finest memories to date. Let’s get around the ultra consistent midfielder this week and show him the respect he deserves.

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Footy Notes Somerville

Rye

The unders had a big win against an undermanned Devon. Wilkinson bagged 5 and was in the best alongside Moroney and Dixon. The boys are sitting 5th on the ladder and need to continue their good form if they want a crack at finals. The reserves had a great win and welcomed back Rhys Palmer into the side after a very long hiatus on the sidelines following a knee injury. Great to see Rhys back playing some good footy, kicked 2 and was in the best, Jake Haskett and Stapleton also leading the way. In celebration of NAIDOC week, AFL legend Nicky Winmar tossed the coin and the Seniors partook in a traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony. The boys went down after a tight last quarter battle. We put ourselves behind going into the last with some inaccurate goal kicking. Credit to the boys for fighting back in the last but we couldn’t come away with the win. Mason, Speedy, Haskett & Sedgy among the best. This week we head over to Chelsea for the first time, we look forward to a tough contest. Next week (July 28th), we hope to see all of our supporters down to cheer on the boys in our last home game of the 2018 season. SFNC are also pleased to announce that we will be hosting finals for both Football and Netball, we are looking forward to hosting a competitive finals series.

Not much to celebrate in the footy results last week, with all 3 sides going down to a well drilled karingal outfit. It was time to celebrate 150 club games for Hagan Rice though. 117 senior and 33 reserves games, a 2007 reserves premiership player and winner of the BOG medal that day. Well done Hagan on a great football career in the red and blue. Today another milestone with Jye Lloyd set to play his 100th club game and get his name up on the honour board in the rooms. 97 senior games and 3 reserves games as a youngster. Great to have you back at the club Jye, and join our 2006 premiership co captain, and your brother Dustin in the 100 game club. The U/19’s were shot back to reality in a big way, to a more committed and disciplined Karingal side. Maybe a few had got ahead of themselves and the talk of finals football down the track, had them lose focus on the old saying, “one week at a time”. The reserves were a fraction undermanned, great to see Adam Dyer again pull on the red and blue guernsey, as they were really the only team to have a real dip for 4 quarters and went down to Karingal by 14 points. Great to see young Harrison Richardson, Jacko Allen and Mitch Hillyear in the best. Seniors were disappointing after 1/2 time, a few injuries didn’t help, but were well beaten but a better Karingal side. Matt Hill, Adam Kirkwood and Gabe Nocella all in the best. Legends Lunch Aug 3rd, tickets selling fast, $130 P/H, please see any committee person for a ticket.

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Colours: Navy RoyalBlue Blue&& White Gold Coaches Senior:Andrejs James Brain Senior: Everitt Reserves: Steve Reserves: WillGardiner Casey U19: Tim DanMcDonald Knopers U19:

Colours: Navy RoyalBlue Blue&& White Gold Coaches Senior:Andrejs James Brain Senior: Everitt Reserves: Steve Reserves: WillGardiner Casey U19: Tim DanMcDonald Knopers U19:

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31

Matthew Josh Westerman Silva Reid Crowe Justin Allsop Matt Gardiner Steve Crowe Bradley Clark Josh McMahon James Brain Tim McGenniss Grant Ryan Trew Gillis Todd Gardiner Adrian Speedy(C) David Willett Nathan Gillis Mathew Ponton Yiann Marandos Luke Caspersz Lee Koerner Joshua Hargreaves Luke Burton Jason Clark Marcus Bate Joshua Tripcony Tom Burton Daniel Aarsman Billy Rolfe Mitchell Kosh Bailey Nation Ben TomHolman Roberts Simon Mitchelhill Sam Adams Zane Carter Ben Sedgwick Josh Herdman Jackson Stapleton Corey Peele Levi Hughs Lewis Krieger Luke Rowe Rhys Hensel Andrejs Everitt Jack Francis Travis Finn Daniel Knowles Austyn Fawcett Jordon Atwell Kane McKenzie Cory Edmunds TomShannon Beckett Luke Corey Dow Ryland Cranwell Jake Haskett Lexian Xiberras JesseClark Walker-swain Luke Liam Gruar Ben Graham

32 32 33 33 34 34 35 35 36 36 37 37 38 38 39 39 40 40 41 41 42 43 43 44 44 45 45 46 46 47 47 49 48 50 49 51 50 52 51 53 52 54 53 55 54 57 58 58 59 59 60 61

Matt JeddMitchell Sutton Curtis Bywater Will Shields Mason Bailey Michael Vanplew Stuart Brooke Ben Neuchew Thomas Fuller Jack Skinner Charles Ryan-Orchard Matt Harrison Josh Whelan Bryce Dunn Daniel Bourke Nick Mason Chris BradCharity Rowe Josh JackHermans Rolfe Ross ZaneAitcheson Martin Joel KingMcGenniss Lachie Matthew Madafferi Drew Whitley Matthew Knowles Rhys Palmer Vincent Declan Kovacic Snow Nicholas Haslem Ryan McMahon Thomas Stephens Niall Young Andrew CallumVitzdamm-Jones Barnes Andrew Silva Aiden Peile Lachlan Baum Williams Bailey Carlos Kamus Mitch Nation Lachlan Simpson Jack Barbour Brodie Leitch Cameron Mills Josh Hermans Angus Sweeny-smith Jake Patching Sam McDonnell Justin Furborough Sam Cahill

11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31

Matthew Josh Westerman Silva Reid Crowe Justin Allsop Matt Gardiner Steve Crowe Bradley Clark Josh McMahon James Brain Tim McGenniss Grant Ryan Trew Gillis Todd Gardiner Adrian Speedy(C) David Willett Nathan Gillis Mathew Ponton Yiann Marandos Luke Caspersz Lee Koerner Joshua Hargreaves Luke Burton Jason Clark Marcus Bate Joshua Tripcony Tom Burton Daniel Aarsman Billy Rolfe Mitchell Kosh Bailey Nation Ben TomHolman Roberts Simon Mitchelhill Sam Adams Zane Carter Ben Sedgwick Josh Herdman Jackson Stapleton Corey Peele Levi Hughs Lewis Krieger Luke Rowe Rhys Hensel Andrejs Everitt Jack Francis Travis Finn Daniel Knowles Austyn Fawcett Jordon Atwell Kane McKenzie Cory Edmunds TomShannon Beckett Luke Corey Dow Ryland Cranwell Jake Haskett Lexian Xiberras JesseClark Walker-swain Luke Liam Gruar Ben Graham

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Jake Max Davis Urwin Jack Moroney Sam Plaisted Mitchell Brander Vaughn Bennett Lachlan Haskett Joshua Brown Todd Dupas Jaxon Atwell Lachlan Yeowman Thomas Culliton Liam White Ethan Heiberg-Wright Zac Robinson Jack Knopers Lucas Donazon Mitchell Campbell Connor Vincent Ashley Foster Jackson Elliot Jayden Waters Bryce Martin Josh Di Blasio Travis Barnett Ashley Davis (C) Charlie Dixon Jason Sean ReidDeSilva Jack Wilkinson Andrew Wiffen Michael Finn Tristan Giuliano Mitchell Jack CourtieMantell James Limanis

21 20 23 21 25 22 27 23 29 24 32 25 33 29 34 30 35 57 37 39 43 44 45 46 47 48 57 62

Matt JeddMitchell Sutton Curtis Bywater Will Shields Mason Bailey Michael Vanplew Stuart Brooke Ben Neuchew Thomas Fuller Jack Skinner Charles Ryan-Orchard Matt Harrison Josh Whelan Bryce Dunn Daniel Bourke Nick Mason Chris BradCharity Rowe Josh JackHermans Rolfe Ross ZaneAitcheson Martin Joel KingMcGenniss Lachie Matthew Madafferi Drew Whitley Matthew Knowles Rhys Palmer Vincent Declan Kovacic Snow Nicholas Haslem Ryan McMahon Thomas Stephens Niall Young Andrew CallumVitzdamm-Jones Barnes Andrew Silva Aiden Peile Lachlan Baum Williams Bailey Carlos Kamus Mitch Nation Lachlan Simpson Jack Barbour Brodie Leitch Cameron Mills Josh Hermans Angus Sweeny-smith Jake Patching Sam McDonnell Justin Furborough Sam Cahill

Under 19’s

Under 19’s 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 15 17 16 18 18 19 19 20

32 32 33 33 34 34 35 35 36 36 37 37 38 38 39 39 40 40 41 41 42 43 43 44 44 45 45 46 46 47 47 49 48 50 49 51 50 52 51 53 52 54 53 55 54 57 58 58 59 59 60 61

Nathan Liam Pidd Van Straaten Barnes LuisKyle Soto Austyn Fawcett Auster McLelland Toby Hurd Rivon Clark Daniel Mann Patrick Malane Jet Mepsted Zac Watts Hayden Young Jake Spasevski Tyler Young Lachlan Toniolo Sam McDonald Sam Heurtau Matt Harrison Nick Mason Zane Martin Lachlan Kupsch James Venturini Jordan Hoffman Aiden Holden Zac Foulds Cameron Mills Christian White

1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 16 15 17 16 18 18 19 19 20

Jake Max Davis Urwin Jack Moroney Sam Plaisted Mitchell Brander Vaughn Bennett Lachlan Haskett Joshua Brown Todd Dupas Jaxon Atwell Lachlan Yeowman Thomas Culliton Liam White Ethan Heiberg-Wright Zac Robinson Jack Knopers Lucas Donazon Mitchell Campbell Connor Vincent Ashley Foster Jackson Elliot Jayden Waters Bryce Martin Josh Di Blasio Travis Barnett Ashley Davis (C) Charlie Dixon Jason Sean ReidDeSilva Jack Wilkinson Andrew Wiffen Michael Finn Tristan Giuliano Mitchell Jack CourtieMantell James Limanis

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Nathan Liam Pidd Van Straaten Barnes LuisKyle Soto Austyn Fawcett Auster McLelland Toby Hurd Rivon Clark Daniel Mann Patrick Malane Jet Mepsted Zac Watts Hayden Young Jake Spasevski Tyler Young Lachlan Toniolo Sam McDonald Sam Heurtau Matt Harrison Nick Mason Zane Martin Lachlan Kupsch James Venturini Jordan Hoffman Aiden Holden Zac Foulds Cameron Mills Christian White


dromana tyabb

dromana tyabb

Colours: Maroon, Black, Royal Green Blue & Gold and Gold Coaches Senior: Senior: Rikki Aaron Johnston Pacey Reserves: Reserves: MattAdrian Hose, Nick Timmis Bradley U19: U19: Andrew Peter Ball Brady

Colours: Maroon, Black, Royal Green Blue & Gold and Gold Coaches Senior: Senior: Rikki Aaron Johnston Pacey Reserves: Reserves: MattAdrian Hose, Nick Timmis Bradley U19: U19: Andrew Peter Ball Brady

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 24 23 25 24 26 25 27 26 28 27 29 28 30 29 31 32 30 33 31

Darcy DanielUnderwood Geurts Aaron Pacey Craig Christie Brad RoryHarbinson Gregg Jake Anderson (VC) Mitchell Gill-Furness Ethan Rahilly (C) Zac Muschialli Aaron Turner (VC) Rikki Johnston Brock RohanRegan Bleeker Jordan Thomas(C) Beau Cosson Cory Robinson (RC) Ben Holmes Logan Pearson Ryan Smyth Liam Rogan Kierran Voelkl Rowan AndrewMcGrath Howison Ash JackPlanner Gipp Brendan Doyle Josh Bateman Kane Johnston William Geurts Theo Oostveen William Gregson Andrew Whalley (RC) Sam Ravenall Fowler Matt AydnDoman Musgrave Jack Jake Milward Mitch Uongo Jackson Quigley Sean Miller Samuel Geurts Brad Williams ReeceSawyer Wilde Darcy Majok Puok Luke Allen Billy Quigley Mick Altenkirch Shaun Rahilly Clarke Simon Daniel Gibbs Matt Dimkos TerryRansom Wheeler (C) Paul Jay Hutchinson Trevor Jarvis BeauBradley McMurray Nick James Holland-Burch Sam Williamson Geordie Scott Joel Bateman

34 32 35 33 36 34 37 35 38 36 39 37 40 38 41 39 42 40 43 41 44 42 45 43 46 44 47 45 48 46 49 47 50 48 51 49 52 50 53 51 54 52 55 53 56 54 57 55 58 56 59 57 61 58 62 59 63 60 64 66

Dale BinksHammond Matthew Tim Agnew-Elliott Daniel Maestrale (RC) Ryan NickyRegan Wearne Matt DeanHose Waugh Spencer Mcartney Jedd Savage Jordan Alves Jake Snehotta Jason EthanBaxter Johnstone Justin Mitchell Dane Leyden-Kozikas Tom Booth Cailem Jenkins Jake Gaillard Matthew Price Jayden Regan Dylan Norton Harry Jones Lionel Gainsford Casey Rich Luke Martin Blake Delaney Jarryd Hunter Jock Jones Lachie Oliver Matt Brock Tom Carter Hayden Coulter Jason McGough Buchanan Aaron Daniel Marchesani Sam Barrington -Smith Matthew Bridges Jarryd Wetzel OliverKrog Di Pofi Riley MitchellBuchan Heggen Nathan Lachlan Sweetnam Sam Holland-Burch Aeron Morgan Jayden Jones Braden Hyde Dan Nicholls Adrian Timmis Todd Lithgow Michael Howse Matt Grazules Jae Williams Sam Goldsbury Jon Marshall Geoff Scown Timothy Gilham Luke Hickson-Heppell Nick Leskovec

11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 24 23 25 24 26 25 27 26 28 27 29 28 30 29 31 32 30 33 31

Darcy DanielUnderwood Geurts Aaron Pacey Craig Christie Brad RoryHarbinson Gregg Jake Anderson (VC) Mitchell Gill-Furness Ethan Rahilly (C) Zac Muschialli Aaron Turner (VC) Rikki Johnston Brock RohanRegan Bleeker Jordan Thomas(C) Beau Cosson Cory Robinson (RC) Ben Holmes Logan Pearson Ryan Smyth Liam Rogan Kierran Voelkl Rowan AndrewMcGrath Howison Ash JackPlanner Gipp Brendan Doyle Josh Bateman Kane Johnston William Geurts Theo Oostveen William Gregson Andrew Whalley (RC) Sam Ravenall Fowler Matt AydnDoman Musgrave Jack Jake Milward Mitch Uongo Jackson Quigley Sean Miller Samuel Geurts Brad Williams ReeceSawyer Wilde Darcy Majok Puok Luke Allen Billy Quigley Mick Altenkirch Shaun Rahilly Clarke Simon Daniel Gibbs Matt Dimkos TerryRansom Wheeler (C) Paul Jay Hutchinson Trevor Jarvis BeauBradley McMurray Nick James Holland-Burch Sam Williamson Geordie Scott Joel Bateman

JordanChamberlain Wade Murphy MichaelMinotti Nathan Terzini Jon McGenniskan Ben Porra Sean RossLa Fontaine Harrison Timothy James Dee-Scullion Stepanavicius Lachlan Nic Dodemaide McKenzie (C) Max Gorman-Batt Spencer Forbes Kayne Gipp Johnny Bannan (VC) BlakeHose Will Mead SamuelCox Lachie Cashin (C) Samuel Childs Harrison Jansz Harry Hince Mitchell Davies Ben Tovey James Easton Sam Schwarz Zane Danger Jack Asimus Casey White Jordan Latcham Kaden Derrick Liam Trew

18 17 19 18 20 19 21 20 22 21 23 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 29 30 30 31 31 40 44

Dale BinksHammond Matthew Tim Agnew-Elliott Daniel Maestrale (RC) Ryan NickyRegan Wearne Matt DeanHose Waugh Spencer Mcartney Jedd Savage Jordan Alves Jake Snehotta Jason EthanBaxter Johnstone Justin Mitchell Dane Leyden-Kozikas Tom Booth Cailem Jenkins Jake Gaillard Matthew Price Jayden Regan Dylan Norton Harry Jones Lionel Gainsford Casey Rich Luke Martin Blake Delaney Jarryd Hunter Jock Jones Lachie Oliver Matt Brock Tom Carter Hayden Coulter Jason McGough Buchanan Aaron Daniel Marchesani Sam Barrington -Smith Matthew Bridges Jarryd Wetzel OliverKrog Di Pofi Riley MitchellBuchan Heggen Nathan Lachlan Sweetnam Sam Holland-Burch Aeron Morgan Jayden Jones Braden Hyde Dan Nicholls Adrian Timmis Todd Lithgow Michael Howse Matt Grazules Jae Williams Sam Goldsbury Jon Marshall Geoff Scown Timothy Gilham Luke Hickson-Heppell Nick Leskovec

Under 19’s

Under 19’s 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

34 32 35 33 36 34 37 35 38 36 39 37 40 38 41 39 42 40 43 41 44 42 45 43 46 44 47 45 48 46 49 47 50 48 51 49 52 50 53 51 54 52 55 53 56 54 57 55 58 56 59 57 61 58 62 59 63 60 64 66

Harrison Max Bonetto Kidd Joshua Dornom Jack Rich Deaglan White Brayden Noonan Keegan Ben Miller Snaddon Jack Conroy Erem Vaipo William Blake Byrne Harris Shane Stern Nathan Smith Bailey Slinger Jason Arnold Andre Miller Jake Griffin Bailey Corbett Thomas Rickard MichaelBravo James Ryan Nathan Porter Ryan Bull Aaron Daniel Jackson Malseed AidanAik McIlfatrick Paul Mitchell Mooney

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

JordanChamberlain Wade Murphy MichaelMinotti Nathan Terzini Jon McGenniskan Ben Porra Sean RossLa Fontaine Harrison Timothy James Dee-Scullion Stepanavicius Lachlan Nic Dodemaide McKenzie (C) Max Gorman-Batt Spencer Forbes Kayne Gipp Johnny Bannan (VC) BlakeHose Will Mead SamuelCox Lachie Cashin (C) Samuel Childs Harrison Jansz Harry Hince Mitchell Davies Ben Tovey James Easton Sam Schwarz Zane Danger Jack Asimus Casey White Jordan Latcham Kaden Derrick Liam Trew

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Max Bonetto Harrison Kidd Joshua Jack Rich Dornom Deaglan White Noonan Brayden Keegan Ben Miller Snaddon Jack Conroy Erem Vaipo William Blake Byrne Harris Shane Stern Nathan Smith Bailey Slinger Arnold Jason Andre Jake Griffin Miller Bailey Corbett Thomas Rickard MichaelBravo James Ryan Nathan Ryan Bull Porter Aaron Daniel Jackson Malseed AidanAik Paul McIlfatrick Mitchell Mooney

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langwarrin hastings

langwarrin hastings

Colours: Royal Royal Blue Blue && White White Coaches Senior: Ricky Ferraro Senior: Blake McCormack & Josh Beard Reserves: Lehmann Reserves: AshleyDan Moore & Brett Mills U19:Hiku Pat & Foy U19: Gavin Travis Lee

Colours: Royal Royal Blue Blue && White White Coaches Senior: Ricky Ferraro Senior: Blake McCormack & Josh Beard Reserves: Lehmann Reserves: AshleyDan Moore & Brett Mills U19:Hiku Pat & Foy U19: Gavin Travis Lee

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 1010 1111 1212 1313 1414 1515 1616 1717 1818 1919 2020 2121 2222 2323 2424 2525 2626 2727 2828 2929 3030 3131 3232

Michael Parker 3333 Jake Hewitt Zach Andrewartha 3434 Ricky Ferraro Blake 3535 MattPeach Clifford (VC) Nicholas Hammill (DVC) 3636 Scott Jansen Shane 3737 DavidTanirau Hull (RC) Andrew (RVC) (RVC)3838 Richie Taylor Vandenham Ashley Fenech (C) 3939 Paul Rogasch Jesse 4040 BenMurphy King Shane Paterson 4141 Matthew Foy Mitchell Mathie 4242 Micky Cave Blake Harkness 4343 Colin McVeigh(C) Nicholas Tuddenham Matthew Boland (DVC) 4444 Mark McGill 4545 Kayne Lewis Shelton Rosario 4646 Michael Turville 4747 Corey Moore Steven Robb 4848 Luke Churcher Luke Smith (DVC) 4949 Corey LukeHanger Clark 5050 Daniel Nash Nathan Gray 5151 Jayden JamesJohnsen Marasco 5252 Joshua Biggs Joel Standfield 5353 Matthew Peynenborg Dale Alanis (VC) 5454 Blake McCormack Shaun Foster Gerard Brown (VC)(RC) 5555 Danny Edwards 5656 Mathew Windsor Liam Platt 5757 Mitchell Porter Chris Maloney 5858 Jason ChrisCurry Watson 5959 Sam Schaede Daniel Lehmann Eddie Ben Parsons Schroen (RVC) 6060 61 Sean Herdman Luke Hewitt Joshua SimonHollaway Clancy (RVC) 62 63 Bayleigh ThomasTate Redmond 64 Haydn Golby Joshua Ward

Michael Taylor Hare Stratton Kyle Bustell Inglis Wade Delahaye Mitchell Cuthbert Josh Mulheron Matthew Naughton Steven Williams Thomas Branch (RC) Chris Lehmann Dan Wehner Cory Bevan James TerryLongley Green Patrick FraserL’Huillier Rendall Zac Davies Matt Sawosz Cody Howard Matthew Henry Anthony Totaro Sean Hewitt Sam Foggie Kain Stratton Jack Oshea (RVC) Dylan Paarlberg Anthony - Ryan JaysenO’Rourke Bradshaw Aaron CareyMarks Sawosz Nathan Whyte Cody Weir Jack Lacey James Forecast Kieran GrantAlbanese Masterson Zac FootScarlett Sean Kyle Allen Jake Dade-Bell Ashley Moore Daniel Metcalf Adam Tate Kaylen Jansen Adam Eggleston Alex Stratton Ayden Collins Ash Harrison Brian KurtMcCleod Bentley Jacob Jess Brooker Dobrota Shane EthanUrbans Williams Jack Henderson Aaron Vinson Rhys Lloyd Lachlan Davies Jesse Bice Brendan Casper

11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 99 1010 1111 1212 1313 1414 1515 1616 1717 1818 1919 2020 2121 2222 2323 2424 2525 2626 2727 2828 2929 3030 3131 3232

Michael Parker 3333 Jake Hewitt Zach Andrewartha 3434 Ricky Ferraro Blake 3535 MattPeach Clifford (VC) Nicholas Hammill (DVC) 3636 Scott Jansen Shane 3737 DavidTanirau Hull (RC) Andrew Taylor (RVC) (RVC)3838 Richie Vandenham Ashley Fenech (C) 3939 Paul Rogasch Jesse 4040 Ben Murphy King Shane Paterson 4141 Matthew Foy Mitchell Mathie 4242 Micky Cave Blake 4343 ColinHarkness McVeigh(C) Nicholas Tuddenham Matthew Boland (DVC) 4444 Mark McGill 4545 Kayne Lewis Shelton Rosario 4646 Michael Turville 4747 Corey Moore Steven Robb 4848 Luke Churcher Luke Smith (DVC) 4949 Corey LukeHanger Clark 5050 Daniel Nash Nathan Gray 5151 Jayden JamesJohnsen Marasco 5252 Joshua Biggs Joel Standfield 5353 Matthew Peynenborg Dale Alanis (VC) 5454 Blake McCormack Shaun Foster Gerard (VC)(RC) 5555 DannyBrown Edwards 5656 Mathew Windsor Liam Platt 5757 Mitchell Porter Chris Maloney 5858 Jason ChrisCurry Watson 5959 Sam Schaede Daniel Lehmann 6060 Eddie Parsons (RVC) Ben Schroen 61 Sean LukeHerdman Hewitt Joshua SimonHollaway Clancy (RVC) 62 63 Bayleigh ThomasTate Redmond 64 Haydn Golby Joshua Ward

Under 19’s

Under 19’s 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 10 11 11 13 12 14 13 15 14 16 15 17 16 18 17

Jack Hill Leith Bassett (VC) Shelby NathanBurnett Allen (VC) Jack Josh Winton Dormer (DVC) Daniel Henry Kye Whitford Lachlan Barton Ned McDonald Ben JoshPaarlberg Mathie Patrick Langdale (VC) Bayde Mate Daniel Slocombe Darcy Wilson Peter McGee (C) Blake Hollaway Corbin Pett Jesse Peacock Luke McVeigh Jacob Allan (C) Lachlan Austin Liam McDonald Benjamin O’Brien Will Davis Liam Deas Shannon Read Jayce Young Zac Pryde Baylee Ardley Bailey Watkins Smith (VC) Caleb

20 19 21 20 22 21 23 22 24 23 25 24 29 29 32 35 36 42 43 46

Michael Hare Taylor Stratton Kyle Bustell Inglis Wade Delahaye Mitchell Cuthbert Josh Mulheron Matthew Naughton Steven Williams Thomas Branch (RC) Chris Lehmann Dan Wehner Cory Bevan James TerryLongley Green Patrick FraserL’Huillier Rendall Zac Davies Matt Sawosz Cody Howard Matthew Henry Anthony Totaro Sean Hewitt Sam Foggie Kain Stratton Jack Oshea (RVC) Dylan Paarlberg Anthony Jaysen O’Rourke Bradshaw- Ryan Aaron CareyMarks Sawosz Nathan Whyte Cody Weir Jack Lacey James Forecast Kieran GrantAlbanese Masterson Zac Foot Sean Scarlett Kyle Allen Jake Dade-Bell Ashley DanielMoore Metcalf Adam Tate Kaylen Jansen Adam Eggleston Alex Stratton Ayden Collins Ash Harrison Brian KurtMcCleod Bentley Jacob Brooker Jess Dobrota Shane EthanUrbans Williams Jack Henderson Aaron Vinson Rhys Lloyd Lachlan Davies Jesse Bice Brendan Casper

Zachary Holland Nathan Kyle Lachie NathanClasby Rowley Christopher Hickey Liam O’Halloran Jordan Twaites Ethan Watts Michael Tanner Mitch Kirkman Reece Redfern Harrison Potts Matthew Foy Blake Fisher Beau Scoble Josh Mack Jordan Crawford Lachlan Cross Nash De Prinse Ollie Coates

1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 10 11 11 13 12 14 13 15 14 16 15 17 16 18 17

Jack Hill Leith Bassett (VC) Shelby NathanBurnett Allen (VC) Jack Josh Winton Dormer (DVC) Daniel Henry Kye Whitford Lachlan Barton Ned McDonald Ben JoshPaarlberg Mathie Patrick Langdale (VC) Bayde Mate Daniel Slocombe Darcy Wilson Peter McGee (C) Blake Hollaway Corbin Pett Jesse Peacock Luke McVeigh Jacob Allan (C) Lachlan Austin Liam McDonald Benjamin O’Brien Will Davis Liam Deas Shannon Read Jayce Young Zac Pryde Baylee Ardley Bailey Watkins Smith (VC) Caleb

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20 19 21 20 22 21 23 22 24 23 25 24 29 29 32 35 36 42 43 46

Zachary Holland Nathan Kyle Lachie NathanClasby Rowley Christopher Hickey Liam O’Halloran Jordan Twaites Ethan Watts Michael Tanner Mitch Kirkman Reece Redfern Harrison Potts Matthew Foy Blake Fisher Beau Scoble Josh Mack Jordan Crawford Lachlan Cross Nash De Prinse Ollie Coates

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pearCedale Crib point

pearCedale Crib point

Colours: Black Blue &&White White Coaches Senior: Leigh Nathan Stewart Johns Reserves: Jared&Newton Reserves: James Garrett Jarmin Paddick U19: Andrew U19: Luke Murray &Wisken Travis Bravo

Colours: Black Blue &&White White Coaches Senior: Senior: Nathan Leigh Stewart Johns Reserves: Jared&Newton Reserves: James Garrett Jarmin Paddick Andrew&Wisken U19: U19: Luke Murray Travis Bravo

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Sam Adams Dillon Duncan (RC) 31 32 TravisArnold Brad Bravo 32 33 Daniel Marshall Stephen Henshaw 33 34 Damien Zack Condick Scully 34 35 Harry Prior Mykelti Lefau 35 36 DylanShannon Ned Ryan 36 37 Jake Ryan Daniel White 37 38 TroyDekleuver Zak Jacobson 38 40 Luke Rutherford Nick Dalmau 39 41 Zach Herrington Luke Campbell 40 42 41 Daniel Heijden Wayne Cripps (C) 43 42 Chris Dekleuver Harri Dalmau 44 43 Liam Coffey Reuben Jamieson 45 44 Connor Mitch Stansborough Benwell 46 45 Tom Mitchell David Cook 47 46 GlennO’Connor Liam Anderson (C) 48 47 Jarmin Sam Kilduff Paddick 49 48 Michael Tim Daniel Kennedy 50 Laughlin Elliott AvisCowell (C) 49 51 AidanClifford Riley Simmons 52 Luke Jennings Jacob Cook 53 Kade Porter Brodie Hill 54 Jayden Espenschied (RC) 55 Casey Miller-Trickey Brendan Phillips 57 Luke Murray Jayden Duman 58 Robert Muir Tim Cook 59 David Hussey Brad 61 Matt Davidson Cottrell Brody 67 JahronPearse Ostrom Myles Jamieson 70 Luke Daniel Huw Jones Jarrod Fisk

Ethan Tim Chaloner Smith RhysWisken Joel Wilson Matthew Dan Wise Moran Jack Hobson Jacob Collins ZaneLarkin Will Hill Nick Garrett Daniel Briggs (RC) Mitchell Jake Bryant Johnson Lachie Jamieson Kieran Gray Mark Cairns Cook ReidWigan Ben Chaffey Micheal Zini Sam Parmenter Tom Craven Aaron King Sam Frawley Bailey Retzlaff James Cal HoltGarrett Zac Duncan Tristian Rosario Jake Lyttle Jarvis Materiki Dylan Hateley Cal Campbell Michael Mazeika Matt Wappett Billy Kennedy Tyler Wilton MatthewAddi Febricko Wilson Jake Marshall Marty Berryman Tim Malcolm Kye Espenschied Mitch Davis Mitch, Kleinig Jake Daniel Connor Marson Josiah Laakulu Jackson Glindemann

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 30

Sam Adams Dillon Duncan (RC) 32 31 TravisArnold Brad Bravo 33 32 Daniel Marshall Stephen Henshaw 34 33 Damien Zack Condick Scully 35 34 Harry Prior Mykelti Lefau 36 35 DylanShannon Ned Ryan 37 36 Jake Ryan Daniel White 38 37 TroyDekleuver Zak Jacobson 40 38 Luke Rutherford Nick Dalmau 41 39 Zach Herrington Luke Campbell 42 40 41 Daniel Heijden Wayne Cripps (C) 43 42 Chris Dekleuver Harri Dalmau 44 43 Liam Coffey Reuben Jamieson 45 44 Connor Mitch Stansborough Benwell 46 45 Tom Mitchell David Cook 47 46 GlennO’Connor Liam Anderson (C) 48 47 Jarmin Sam Kilduff Paddick 49 48 Michael Tim Daniel Kennedy 50 Laughlin Elliott AvisCowell (C) 51 49 AidanClifford Riley Simmons 52 Luke Jennings Jacob Cook 53 Kade Porter Brodie Hill 54 Jayden Espenschied (RC) 55 Casey Miller-Trickey Brendan Phillips 57 Luke Murray Jayden Duman 58 Robert Muir Tim Cook 59 David Hussey Brad 61 Matt Davidson Cottrell Brody 67 JahronPearse Ostrom Myles Jamieson 70 Luke Daniel Jarrod Huw Jones Fisk

Under 19’s

Under 19’s 1 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 30 12 31 13 32 14 33 15 34 17 35 18 36 37

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Harrison Will Jago Piner Tyler Jayden Eklund Macnab Nick Harry Vigliaroni Waterfall Luke JettSparks Bauer - Lodge Will Thomas Grant Panich Jack Cooper McGuiness Wisken Mason MilesEldridge Shepherd(C) Dylan Caiden, Bradshaw Follett Kieran Nathan Rand McCarthy Mitchell Harrison Briggs Laughton Riley MaxBradshaw Vercoe Tom Bailey Quigley Buddle Connor Jett Wilson Benwell Bailey Archie Wood Shepherd Dylan Connor Khan Perry Sean Jonah McCarten Bam Luke Joseph Jennings Smith(C) Aaron Whitford

40 19 44 21 45 22 24 28 29 31 32 50

Ethan Tim Chaloner Smith Joel RhysWisken Wilson Dan Matthew Wise Moran Jacob Jack Hobson Collins Will ZaneLarkin Hill Daniel Nick Garrett Briggs (RC) Jake Mitchell Bryant Johnson Kieran Lachie Jamieson Gray Mark Cairns Cook Ben ReidWigan Chaffey Micheal Zini Sam Parmenter Tom Craven Aaron King Sam Frawley Bailey Retzlaff James Cal HoltGarrett Zac Duncan Tristian Rosario Jake Lyttle Jarvis Materiki Dylan Hateley Cal Campbell Michael Mazeika Matt Wappett Tyler Billy Kennedy Wilton Febricko MatthewAddi Wilson Marty Jake Marshall Berryman Tim Malcolm Kye Espenschied Mitch Davis Mitch, Kleinig Jake Daniel Connor Marson Josiah Laakulu Jackson Glindemann

Blake Wilson Kade Porter JacobAlbert Gniel Declan Mcalister Matt WrightPittock Ryan Mitchell Luke Daniel Brad Gason Mat Picolli Curtis Morley Ryan Smith

1 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 30 12 31 13 32 14 33 15 34 17 35 18 36 37

Harrison Will Jago Piner Tyler Jayden Eklund Macnab Nick Harry Vigliaroni Waterfall Luke JettSparks Bauer - Lodge Will Thomas Grant Panich Jack Cooper McGuiness Wisken Mason MilesEldridge Shepherd(C) Dylan Caiden, Bradshaw Follett Kieran Nathan Rand McCarthy Mitchell Harrison Briggs Laughton Riley MaxBradshaw Vercoe Tom Bailey Quigley Buddle Connor Jett Wilson Benwell Bailey Archie Wood Shepherd Dylan Connor Khan Perry Sean Jonah McCarten Bam Luke Joseph Jennings Smith(C) Aaron Whitford

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Blake Wilson Kade Porter JacobAlbert Gniel Declan Mcalister Matt WrightPittock Ryan Mitchell Luke Daniel Brad Gason Mat Picolli Curtis Morley Ryan Smith


karingal red hill

karingal red hill

Colours: Red Red && White White Coaches Senior: Brett JamieDunne Mollo Reserves: Reserves: Simon Luke Forsyth Powell U19: U19:Andrew MichaelGilmour Treip

Colours: Red Red && White White Coaches Senior: Brett JamieDunne Mollo Reserves: Reserves: Simon Luke Forsyth Powell U19: U19:Andrew MichaelGilmour Treip

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 11 21 32 43 54 65 7 6 8 96 7 10 7 11 8 12 9 13 14 11 15 12 16 13 17 14 18 15 19 16 20 17 21 18 22 19 23 20 24 21 25 22 26 27 23 28 24 29 25 30 26 31 27 32 28 33

Dylan Joey Boase Gregson Damien MichaelAshcroft Holmes (Res) Callan Dixon (C) Marcus Dal Lago Grant ChrisPaxton Irving Aaron Jack Josh Mold Matt SeanStanley Marchetti Luke VanRaay Jake Mitchell Brad Occhipinti LiamKelly Kelly (Res) Jake Jonathon Ross Jordan Jones Aaron Holmes Duncan Proud (Res) Rheede Hopgood Bailey Frey PeterHadfield Dal Lago Dylan Aaron Paxton Mathew Lonsdale Andrew McInnes (C) Jake Bromley Zane Merdanovic Thomas McEncroe Justin Farrelly Michael Mock David Hirst Matt Hyden Zac Bartling Harrison Young Tom Matthews Jonah Siverson Aaron Lees Andrew Mock Chris Matthews Daniel McNamara Todd Farrelly Torren McDonald Powell Nathan Andrew Gilmour Liam Bennett JaydenMcInnes Pain Steven Matt Jackson Harry Byrt Blake LukeSimpson Marchesani Jason Hinde Jake Mold Mason Russell Matthew Mitchell Brendan Dunne Blake Thomson Andrew Mathers Ethan Bryan Michael Burke

29 34 35 30 36 30 37 31 38 32 39 33 40 34 41 35 42 36 43 38 44 38 45 39 46 47 40 48 41 49 42 50 45 51 45 52 46 53 50 54 51 55 52 56 53 57 59 60 61 63 64 65 67 99

Luke Adams Richard Mathers Ryan Max McDonald Tulen D’arcy ByronGarton Finnerty Jesse Ramirez Hamish McShane Dalton Thomas-Staines William Tuck Tim Bunawan James Pittard Jonah Cassera Christopher Balthazaar James Pretty Sam Scicluna AJ Fowler Lachlan Horscroft Jack Birthisel Luke Mihevc Adams (Res) Steve Zac Vines Brett Burns Daniel Allsop Zac Gibson Matt Burnett Harry Wynn-Pope Grant Goodall Ben Hughes Mad BillyNord-White Saunders Andru Plakorakis Lachlan Chandler Geoff Hibberd Mitchell Skvor (Res) Caine Pearce Max Knight Tom Delves Bryce Williams Brendan Lord Brendan Tomczak Jake Smyth James Gioutsos Levi Dixon Lachlan Prins Brock Osborne Timothy Grostate Chris James Corey Wood Jake Archdeacon Jeremy Bunawan Tom Phipps Jake Smith John Smith Max Smith Travis Puntaroni

11 21 32 43 54 65 7 6 8 96 107 117 128 139 1411 1512 1613 1714 1815 1916 20 17 21 2218 2319 2420 2521 2622 2723 2824 2925 3026 3127 3228 33

Dylan Joey Gregson Boase Damien MichaelAshcroft Holmes (Res) Callan Dixon (C) Marcus Dal Lago Grant ChrisPaxton Irving Aaron Jack Josh Mold Matt SeanStanley Marchetti Luke VanRaay Jake Mitchell Brad Occhipinti Liam Kelly (Res) Jake Kelly Jonathon Ross Jordan Jones Aaron Holmes Duncan Proud (Res) Rheede Bailey FreyHopgood PeterHadfield Dal Lago Dylan Aaron Paxton Mathew Lonsdale Andrew McInnes (C) Jake Bromley Zane Merdanovic Thomas McEncroe Justin Farrelly Michael Mock David Hirst Matt Hyden Zac Bartling Harrison Young Tom Matthews Jonah Siverson Aaron Lees Andrew Mock Chris Matthews Daniel McNamara Todd Farrelly TorrenMcDonald Powell Nathan Andrew Gilmour Liam Bennett JaydenMcInnes Pain Steven Matt Jackson Harry Byrt Blake LukeSimpson Marchesani Jason Jake Hinde Mold Mason Russell Matthew Mitchell Brendan Dunne Blake Thomson Andrew Mathers Ethan Bryan Michael Burke

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Netball Preview Pressure builds in the race for the finals By David Nagel The battle for finals spots is getting very interesting indeed with just one game separating second-placed Karingal from fifth-placed Hastings as we head into the last four games of the season. Langwarrin is the only team that is 100-percent secure at the moment, with Karingal and Crib Point showing enough positive signs to suggest they’ll be there when the finals begin at Somerville on Saturday 18 August – And how quick is that coming around? That leaves Tyabb and Hastings, locked together on 40 points, to battle it out for that last spot at Somerville. Tyabb has a growing injury list, and will be coming off back-to-back losses when it hits the road to take on Dromana. The Yabbies looked in control against Chelsea last week but suffered more injury to key players to be overrun by the Seagulls in the final term. Take nothing away from Chelsea, it was exceptional in a 15-7 last quarter, but the Yabbies just didn’t have the legs to go with the Seagulls in the dying stages. Dani Slaughter, Birgitta Nemaric and Keira Wills gave solid four-quarter performances and will need to do so again today against the Tigers. Dromana was no match early for Langwarrin last week, conceding a 16-3 first quarter, before limiting the damage after quarter time. Chloe Birch, Riverlea Walter and Millie Brodie made a difference to the Tigers after the first break, while Natasha Petroff (GK) stood strong and proud in defence. The Tigers are still a very rough chance of playing finals if they win this one…but the Yabbies will prevail in a close one. Hastings will be fresh and revitalised when the Blues take on the biggest challenge in netball today – trying to defeat Langwarrin at Lloyd Park. The Blues had a day off against Pearcedale last week, but their performance seven days earlier against Tyabb was most impressive. Hayley Morton (GK) and Madelina Nyoul (GD) defended brilliantly, while Jess and Sarah Hosking fed Armani Buskermolen (GS) and Helen-Margaret Ashin (GA) with some terrific passing at the opposite end of the court. It feels like when the Blues have their full-strength team in they can defeat anybody – except Langwarrin! The Kangaroos have been the trendsetters all year, keeping their motivation and momentum at a high level for the duration of the season. Sara Drain is a wonderful player and leader through the midcourt, while Emily Zeuschner (GD) and Jayde Aron (GK) have given opposition goalers some serious headaches this year.

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Throw in the likes of Sarah Anderson, Emily Bennet, Jayde Travers and Brooke Kiely and the Kangas would appear to have all bases covered at the moment. Depending on the Hastings list this could be a cracking game of netball this afternoon, but the Kangaroos will keep their two-game margin at the top with a 10-goal victory. Chelsea and Somerville both had fantastic victories last week and will be full of confidence when going head to head at Chelsea. The Seagulls came from the clouds to defeat Tyabb last week, with Jordyn Barnett, Olivia Stewart and Verona Kaitani running rampant through the midcourt in a dominant last-quarter display. Georgia Hernan had the hot-hand in attack, while Ash Barnett and Julia Kaitani gave nothing away in defence. Somerville was super-brave against Devon Meadows, giving away a five-goal lead at half time before producing a 14-8 third quarter. It gave the Eagles the narrowest of leads, one they would maintain until the time clock ran out. Caitlyn Borley (GD) and Jaimee Peney (GK) were amazing players in defence, while Dani Planner (C), Briony Kelly (WA) and Lucy Anderson (WD) never stopped running all day. There’s nothing between these two teams – Chelsea will win by one. And Karingal finally returns to the court, after a lengthy absence, when the Bullettes make the trip to Red Hill. The Bullettes have had two weeks off, courtesy of byes against Pearcedale and Rye, but will come in confident after a great win against Langwarrin last start. They won the first three quarters in a very impressive display against the ladder leaders. Mardi Cunningham (GK) and Amelia Haugen (GD) were terrific that day against the Kangas, while Madi Capsalis (WA) and Claudia Whitfort (WA) combined wonderfully well through the midcourt. The Bullettes are building at the right time of year. Red Hill has had a difficult draw of late, but never gives up and will relish the challenge today. Georgia Vines (GD) and Sienna Wills (GK) set a great example in defence while Nicola Mold (C), Emilie Baird (WD) and Meg Hamill (GA) will give their all again today. But the Bullettes are good, very good, and they’ll win comfortably. Crib Point and Devon Meadows have byes.

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Netball Results & Ladders Langwarrin Crib Point Devon Meadows Hastings Tyabb Karingal Bye

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TEAM P W L D F A % P Langwarrin 13 12 1 0 681 441 154.42 52 Karingal 12 9 3 0 541 366 147.81 44 Crib Point 13 10 3 0 539 380 141.84 44 Tyabb 13 9 4 0 602 437 137.76 40 Hastings 12 8 4 0 495 389 127.25 40 Dromana 13 7 6 0 465 515 90.29 32 Dev Meadows 13 5 8 0 398 439 90.66 24 Chelsea 12 3 9 0 394 513 76.80 20 Somerville 13 4 9 0 390 510 76.47 20 Red Hill 13 3 10 0 413 567 72.84 16 Pearcedale 13 0 12 1 122 483 25.26 4

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TEAM P W L D F A % P Somerville 14 13 1 0 760 370 205.41 52 Karingal 14 13 1 0 726 387 187.60 52 Dromana 14 11 3 0 690 556 124.10 44 Langwarrin 14 10 4 0 626 450 139.11 40 Tyabb 14 8 5 1 560 453 123.62 34 Red Hill 14 6 8 0 517 495 104.44 24 Crib Point 14 6 8 0 501 513 97.66 24 Hastings 14 5 7 2 433 605 71.57 24 Chelsea 14 3 10 1 399 524 76.15 14 Dev Meadows 14 3 11 0 424 621 68.28 12 Pearcedale 14 2 11 1 336 697 48.21 10 Rye 14 1 12 1 403 704 57.24 6 Langwarrin Crib Point Devon Meadows Hastings Karingal Tyabb

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TEAM P W L D F A % P Dromana 14 13 0 1 482 313 153.99 54 Karingal 14 13 1 0 560 288 194.44 52 Crib Point 14 11 3 0 551 373 147.72 44 Chelsea 14 10 3 1 481 356 135.11 42 Langwarrin 14 7 7 0 357 382 93.46 28 Tyabb 14 5 7 2 337 341 98.83 24 Red Hill 14 6 8 0 410 451 90.91 24 Rye 14 5 9 0 328 429 76.46 20 Dev Meadows 14 3 9 2 399 431 92.58 16 Somerville 14 4 10 0 383 467 82.01 16 Pearcedale 14 2 12 0 329 432 76.16 8 Hastings 14 2 12 0 203 557 36.45 8

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D Grade

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TEAM P W L D F A % P Somerville 14 13 1 0 484 359 134.82 52 Karingal 14 12 1 1 559 247 226.32 50 Dromana 14 11 2 1 552 307 179.80 46 Langwarrin 14 9 3 2 502 240 209.17 40 Crib Point 14 8 6 0 379 345 109.86 32 Rye 14 7 6 1 323 390 82.82 30 Pearcedale 14 6 8 0 385 366 105.19 24 Tyabb 14 5 8 1 297 354 83.90 22 Chelsea 14 4 10 0 304 400 76.00 16 Dev Meadows 14 3 11 0 365 490 74.49 12 Red Hill 14 3 11 0 234 465 50.32 12 Hastings 14 0 14 0 146 567 25.75 0 Devon Meadows Langwarrin Hastings Crib Point

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TEAM P W L D F A % P Pearcedale 13 12 0 1 594 208 285.58 54 Red Hill 12 9 2 1 569 263 216.35 46 Hastings 13 9 4 0 540 267 202.25 40 Dromana 12 8 4 0 452 286 158.04 40 Karingal 12 4 8 0 287 357 80.39 24 Dev Meadows 13 4 9 0 334 482 69.29 20 Langwarrin 12 3 9 0 255 476 53.57 20 Crib Point 13 0 13 0 71 763 9.31 4

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Netball Notes Tyabb D Grade girls went in to last week’s match with one very clear goal, reverse the result from our last meeting with Chelsea. The gulls started strong, scoring the first 3 goals, but Meegs quickly adjusted & began turning the ball over. Kenz came on in the 2nd & was able to fix our midcourt problems which saw better entry into the goalers. The girls were disappointed with their ball use in the 3rd but Leah’s leadership settled the chaos just in time. Dee stepped up in the last putting in a huge amount of pressure and finishing off with class in attack. The end result? Goal achieved! C grade matched it with Chelsea for 3 quarters before going down by 11.Brooke’s hard work in the circle and her connection with Nat in the mid court was great to watch along with our full court defensive pressure which we continue to work on each week. We had another really slow start to the B Grade match this week but were once again able to turn things around and build from quarter time onwards. With plenty of players being required to play more than 4 quarters throughout the day, the girls responded to all of the changes and adjustments required across the match. Still plenty to play for! A depleted A Grade team with more injuries picked up throughout the game meant that we just couldn’t gain any momentum across the 4 quarters. Chelsea put up a fantastic fight and showed some awesome passages of play and we just couldn’t capitalise on the turnovers that we made. We now move onto next week!

we were able to get over the line with a GOAL ON THE FINAL WHISTLE! Let’s hope we have some of our ducks back next week when we take on Chelsea. Thanks to the B Grade girls for stepping up this week. We have Chelsea away this week where we will be looking to backup our wins!

Karingal Another clean sweep for the 5th week straight as the bullettes solidify their position in a strong ladder position across all grades. The D girls made light work of the demons, putting out a strong 4 quarter performance with strong connections across the court winning 50-10. The C girls were put out of their comfort zone today as several change ups were made to their combinations so no stone is left unturned in their quest to be as prepared as they can be for their finals campaign. Always in control but having to fight hard for the ball, winning 31-20 B grade also made use of the depth in their list, trialling several combinations each quarter, and working themselves into the game from some rough patches to take it out 35-52. We’re off to Red Hill today to come home with 5 from 5 wins. GO BULLETTES!

Somerville Last round we took on Devon Meadows away, and there was definitely a battle on our hands. We were stoked to come away with a well deserved 4 from 4 wins. We celebrated with a few too many sangria jugs (in particular our potato farmer Jules). D Grade - The girls worked well together against Devon to come away with another win, putting them in great contentions for the cup. With so many options and combinations, the girls are showing their ability to adapt to all positions and are getting stronger every week. C Grade - What a great feeling coming away with a win. C girls have been plugging away working hard to improve and get a win on the board and it all came together yesterday. Well done girls, lets hope we can snatch another win this week against Chelsea. B Grade - The B Girls showed their diversity by trialing new combinations in order to help the severely depleted A Grade. We finished strongly in the last quarter and came away with a 57-26 goal win. Bring on Chelsea! A Grade - Similar to the Little Ducks nursery rhyme, we were left with only 3 little duckies against Devon. We OFFICIALLY have enough players on our bench to field another team! With the help of a rowdy cheer squad

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Netball Notes Crib Point The return of spectacular weather was met with 4 senior wins. U/17 have had a tough run this season. Every week is a huge challenge & the girls always play with intensity & keep their heads up. BOC Albi who worked tirelessly against tall timber in goals. D Grade played their best netball this season. They opened up the court & passed cleanly. BOC was sharp shooter Lesli who dominated in goals. C Grade had a win but it wasn’t pretty. We got sucked into passing over hands & continued to turned the ball over. Drawing on experience we settled & finished playing a much better brand of netball. BOC went to Rob in goals. B Grade had an outstanding game & really took it up to a very competitive Red Hill. We had great backup, communication & trust in one another. We also had a few C Grade girls step up & fill in seamlessly. BOC Holly D in attack. A Grade had a slow start leading by just 1pt at qrt time. We lacked intensity & didn’t have the drives at the ball we needed to outsmart a strong defensive Red Hill. In the 2nd we lifted & stepped up the intensity, GS Ebony shot 16 during the 2nd term earning her BOC award! RedHill continued to push & forced us to work hard right to the end. The girls looked great & have grown as a team especially the newest members to the A Grade squad. This week marks a big milestone for one of our netball guns, congratulations to Holly Adams who plays her 150th game. Today we play Pearcedale. Lets continue our good form & get the 5 wins. Go CRIBBY!

Langwarrin We welcome Dromana to Lloyd Park for Round 14, and the Tigers brought their A game! Our baby Roos began their battle in a blistering fashion, but soon fell victim to a well drilled experienced under 17 side in Dromana. Our girls will take a lot of positives out of the match and work hard to produce a competitive result next time. D grade was the battle of the day, after losing by a goal at their last encounter, we were determined not to let the Tigers get into our heads. We won the mind battle and drew on the scoreboard, which isn’t a loss but we would’ve loved to take the four points on offer. A tight encounter in C grade produced a thrilling match. Bodies were on the line as Dromana took control of the match, but not without a fight. Eventually falling by 8 goals, we held our heads high and will take positives from this match. B grade babes started off strong, but never really settled until well in to the match. An improved Dromana side were strong and relentless, running away with a 13 goal win. Lastly A grade took the court with nothing but

determination. We played tough clinical netball and got the job done. Slick movements from our goalers and strong defensive full court pressure solidified an impressive 22 goal win. This team is ready for finals contention and we can’t wait! At home again next week to take on Hastings in what should be another tough battle...

Pearcedale A great week of netball for our club with 3 wins from 4 games with C grade only going down by the narrowest of margins. Our 17s continued their great form with a very impressive win over one of the competitions best teams. The girls continue to gain momentum as they get close to returning to full strength. Tahlia continues to shoot strongly and shot an impressive 26 goals and was supported well by Alannah in the mid court who had a fantastic game. A very accurate D grade coupled with a consistent 4 quarters and very strong defence led by Emma and Linda saw the Dales come away with a very impressive win. C grade showed good effort and pressure throughout the entire game led by a strong performance by Krispy in the mid court and a equally strong performance by Brooke who showed her versatility with at playing both ends. Sadly they were pipped by 1. B grade recorded probably its best win of the season with a 13 point win helped by Tahls accuracy from long range. Louise’s stand out season as a defender continues winning back a lot of ball for the team. She continues to get stronger each week. A great week for all Panthers and please don’t forget the two important milestone games this weekend at home. Amber Hodges 100 games Vicki Taylor 50 games Please get around these two great contributors to our club. Pearcedale Number 1 Ticket Holder

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Netball Notes Rye

Demons travelled to Karingal last weekend knowing it was going to be a tough day. D grade threw everything at Karingal but Karingal were just too good on the day. Demons struggled through the midcourt whilst keeping possession. Leah played one of her best games so far this year! Defenders tried everything to shut Karingals attackers down but they were just that bit better. D grade look forward to playing Devon Meadows this week. D grade sit just outside the top 5 on the ladder. Final score saw Karingal 50 defeating Rye 10 Best on: Leah H C grade had a good start, finding some rhythm. Karingal started to lift and Demons found themselves rattled. Emily and Shannon shot beautifully all game, with Gen, Jas, Flynn and Sarah all rotating through the middle. Kristy and Alannah were outstanding in defence applying some great pressure on Karingal’s shooters. C grade sit 8th on the ladder. Final score saw Karingal 31 defeating Rye 20 Best on: Emily B grade had a slow start, until they found their feet. Karingal moved the ball quickly, which meant Rye had to really apply some heavy defence. Going into the second quarter, Rye really lifted and they continued right until the end. The defensive pressure was beyond amazing! Demons have come so far this season and should be proud! B grade won’t make finals but they have had a fantastic season just enjoying Netball for what it is! Final score saw Karingal 52 defeating Rye 35 Best on: Team! Amazing effort by all!

Red Hill What a terrific game from the U/17s. The girls achieved a 60+ goal win with the end score being the highest score a Redhill netball team has made in history. With a constant rotation throughout the game the whole team proved just how versatile they can be. Goalers, Nhyah, Zoe and Katie made sure every turnover and centre passed was used to our advantage with the defence making it very hard for Crib Point to score a goal. D grade proved again how much they have improved over the season. Playing Crib Point the second time around showed just how far the girls have come. While the score board didn’t quite reflect the efforts of the the girls it was a great game to watch. With some key defenders out our C grade team again pushed top four Crib Point to within a three goal margin! D graders Saskia stepped up to GD with Jess Land Imogen also stepping up to roles. These players are just some

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of our ‘young talent’ squad that pave many successful seasons to come. Another close game for B grade making Crib Point work hard for the points this round . A tough defence made our young goalers push themselves to the next level . Midcourt & defence challenged their opponents relentlessly. The A grade girls played a great first quarter and kept up intense pressure against the reigning premiers! But as the game progressed Crib Point increased the lead at every break. While it was another loss the seven players showed the potential they have.

Chelsea

After some recent tough losses, Chelsea D grade wanted to play a competitive game against Tyabb. It close, and we put up a strong fight right to the end, however basic errors down the court cost us in the last quarter and we went down by just 3 points. Best on goes to Awatea who had a huge game in the defensive ring. Well done to Tyabb on a great game! After a slow start, C grade fired up for a huge 2nd quarter and were able to create a handy lead going into half time. We were able to sustain that lead for the rest of the match. Our defenders grabbed some incredible rebounds, while our mid court were able to apply amazing pressure all the way down the court. After after a draw to Tyabb last we met, we were able to come away with an 11 goal win. Well done ladies! B grade came out firing! After losing by 20 last time, we were aiming for a closer score. Ruby and Pam gave spoton feeds to our goalers who all presented so well. Best on to Jade L for her defensive pressure, shutting down her player. Kym and Tara also had plenty of intercepts and rebounds. We were up by 1-2 most of the game, just slipping away in the last minute. Great game girls! After a huge loss in round 4, A grade brought it this week! Self belief in everyone ultimately led to a win. Our defence in the goal circle was intense, quickly converted through the mid court, and into the ring. We were able to reflect on tactics and technique, and change in the moment, showing heaps of maturity. So proud of everyone!

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Netball Notes Hastings U17/s unfortunately did not have a great game this week. We started slow and allowed the game to get on top of us. However we will learn from this and knuckle down at training over the next 4 weeks. D grade started strong and stayed in the game, however at half time the game got away from us. Great patches of play and with commitment the girls will see results. They just need to stick with it and keep working together. C grade had a fantastic first win, by one goal, for the season, a real nail biter for their coach Nicole. All 9 players contributed to the win. Great result for the hard work they have been putting in over the season. B grade unfortunately also did not have a great game this week. We started slow and struggled to get into the game. This game was very uncharacteristic of us, however we will bounce back this week and put our strongest foot on the court.

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Dromana Last week we played over 2 day A and B on a cold Thursday night with B coming home with unfortunately A could not do the same. Sat saw U17’s and C with a win and D grade with a very close game which could of gone either way ending in a draw. Awards U17’s Jemma Radings D Grade Channelle Jenkins C Grade Juanita Aguero B Grade Rivvy Walter A Grade Briana Pratt This week we are home against Tyabb we will also be celebrating Sahras 100game so everyone get around her. Congratulations Sarz Go Tigers

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A GRADE Coach: Hayley Hatcher Jayde Mason Julia Kaitani Katja Jansen Verona Kaitani Lisa Donellan Jordyn Barnett Zoe Larrieu

B GRADE Coach: Hayley Hatcher Jordyn Barnett Tara Maslin Jess Gazzo Jade Larrieu Hannah McNamara Lauren Hepworth Christina Young Kayla Owens Lexie Close Rachel McLennan

A GRADE Coach: Kristy Marshall Alice Ditchfield Maddi Peney Elyse Whylie Briony Kelly Danielle Planner Maria Neophytou Tayla Sharp (C) Jaimee Peney (C) Sara Tanner

B GRADE Coach: Becky Dixon Amy Olston Lucy Anderson Kristy Marshall Emily Williams (C) Nicole Castles Penny Mcfall Kate Forsyth (C) Emily Roberts Elisha Page Maddy Roberts

C GRADE Coach: Kiah Stewart Ally Woodlock Megan Thomas Adelle Ulbrick Stephanie Aarsman Andrea Flagg Casey Allsep Chelsea Johnson Georgia Holland Kiah Stewart Sallie Daniels

D GRADE Coach: Mollie Riddle Awatea Bush Briony Hurst Georgia Manning Breanna Rhys-Jones Mollie Riddle Jordyn Ryan Lauren Howlett Sammi Cameron Ella McKenzie Mikaela Wendt Tammie Marshall

C GRADE Coach: Diane Dixon Monique Boland Tesharnie Gruar Emily Kemp Shallon-Dae Clarke Christie Hall Rebecca Laffy Courtney Gilmour (C) Rachael Hall Melissa Thompson Ebony Gruar Sarah Hustwayte Kelly Martin

D GRADE Coach: Becky Dixon Stacey Beith Julia Mugavin Mali Rouse Maddison Gwynne (C) Caitlin Myszka Chelsey Wilson (C) Meg Jamieson Emily Myszka Tonya Mclenaghan Lisa Oakes

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V A GRADE Coach: Kylie Johnson Emily Wilson (C) Ruby Wilson Chloe Birch Karli Foster Bev Miller Laura Hopkins Emily La Roche Emily Pratt Natasha Petroff Briana Pratt

B GRADE Coach: Kylie Johnson Maggie Alford (C) Rivvy Walter Juanita Aguero Shaye Fitzpatrick Elise Muschialli Caitlin Heseltine Eliza Pittard Mackenzie Cochrane Hayley Pollard Amy Goetz

A GRADE Coach: Keira Wills Caitie Watson (C) Izzy Brown Kayla Brown Chloe Gundry Julia Smith Kellie Anderson Sarah Hose (VC) Birgitta Nemaric

B GRADE Coach: Keira Wills Kylie Heib (C) Dani Slaughter Rhiannon Coombs (VC) Megan Williams Katja Nemaric Leonie Dimkos (VC) Madi Becker Talesha Neill

C GRADE Coach: Matt Ingram Jade Smith (C) Alex Coumbe Hayley Joyce Georgie Dunn Emma Drinkwater Belinda Ingram Kylie Johnson Clorinda Siemienowicz Tahlia Walter

D GRADE Coach: Laura Hopkins Clair Goetz Renae Moorehead Abigail McKay Channelle Jenkins Elise Keane Jo Dewar Saige Hammon Sahra Dupuy Bronnie Walsh Olivia Henderson

C GRADE Coach: Stephanie Conlan Chloe Hodder Jayde Waterstone Lace Kelly (VC) Nat Rolfe Mayra Cuming Brooke de Wit (C) Dana Vickers Lauren de Wit

D GRADE Coach: Kylie Heib Deanna Mammi Mackenzie Henderson Kelsey Hayes Bella Goddard Megan Williams (C) Leah Murphy Emily-Lee Quinton Claire Stockdale (VC)

Netball Squad - all grades Abbi McNamara Abbie Liddell Alyssa Higham Amelia Fithall Amy Goodacre Armani Buskermolen Brodie Moncrieff Brooke Treuel Candice Chalmers Chelsea Simionato Courtney Ord Danielle Stewart Darcy Lambert Fiona Kain Georgia Harris Grace Ord Grace Willams Hayley Morton Holly Debnam Imogen McCarthy Jaimi Gay Jess Henrick Jess Hosking Jess Morton Jessica Stewart

Jorja Gay Karlee Collie Keely Gay Kelly Cave Kim Finnegan Kirra Struthers Kirra Woolley Kirstie Jones Madelina Nyoul Madison Budge Matilda Strange Michelle Hood Mollie Larkin Nicole Ram Olivia Remy Peta Chandler Rachele Hennekam Ruby Hannaford Sarah Hosking Sheryn Mock Taylah Strange Teagan Mann Tessa Cave

V A GRADE Coach: Sara Drain Sara Drain Sarah Anderson Jayde Travers Jayde Aron Emily Bennet Kim Coulson Emily Zeuschner Amy Slefendorfas Rania Waller

B GRADE Coach: Sara Drain Brenna Lamb Mel Wehner Madi Fulton Ash Andrew Caitlin Oshea Dane Venter Sarah Johnson Amanda LeMarshall Sally Leonard Zoe Zeuschner

C GRADE Coach: Kristy Ridgeway Alysha Guest Skyler Campbell Tylah Vermay Nic Ciccinhi Shelley Snow Sophie Penenborg Laura Dezuuw Sarah Dawson Skye Gibbs Breanna Kelly

D GRADE Coach: Lisa McKelvie Jess Keilor Nat Gibbon Mel Beal Lisa Mckelvie Eryn Sullivan Gabby Bennet Maddy Obrien Fiona Philip

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A GRADE Coach: Mandy Hopkins Tara Monshing (C) Sarah Connor (VC) Alannah Quint Tahlia Coates Jessika Small Louise Lane

B GRADE Coach: Mel Gravell Caity Read (C) Amy Donnelly Darcy McGuiness Jen Baird Kristen Garratt Olivia Rennie Jackie Higgins Ash Royal Mimi Green

A GRADE Coach: Adrienne Harris Dionne Douglas Leah Moncrieff Tessa Moncrieff Ebony McDermott Karly Wappett Kellie Davidson Kelly Allen Belinda Nerantzoulis Alicia Coventry

B GRADE Coach: Laura Herrington Lily Hibbert Holly Dobson Holly Adams Shaye Williams Georgia Cox Ange Barclay Brooke Farrelly Kate O’Neill Alex O’Neill

C GRADE Coach: Stacy Woodward Tracey Dalgleish (C) Chelsea Fyffe (VC) Hayley Webb Emily-Kate Jury Emily Hansford Amber Hodges Hayley Roberts Sharma Hall Brooke Shorey Shani Francis

D GRADE Coach: Emily Hansford Vikki Taylor (C) Olivia Woodward (VC) Molly Marshall Stacy Woodward Shaelee Culton Debbie Simmons Mel Gravell Mel Simmons Katherine Cook Hayley Simmons Lacey Broadhurst

C GRADE Coach: Lily Hibbert Amy Cook Rachel Gallagher Ellyce Horobin Fiona White Stacey Clifford Amie Collison Ayla Gallagher Robyn Williams Bree Phillips

D GRADE Coach: Amie Collison Lesli Wilton Tomeisha Serong India Newnham Meagan Romeril Christie Coates Bridget Ellis Tarryn Graham Kerrie Ainsworth Kylie Crow Laura Smith Jane Piotrowski

V A GRADE Coach: No team supplied

B GRADE Coach: Lauren Hearn Lauren Hearn Miranda Stewart-Vince Samantha Harris Olivia Stephens Rachel Jankovic Emma Whitfield Meg Grant Ruby Jones Katelyn Hearn Emily Harris

A GRADE Coach: Janine Kilmartin Lucy Hoogenboom Bryoni Hardeman Alana McDonald Emily Van Rooye Natalie Fallon Shannon Gill Kate May Jenelle Bain

B GRADE Coach: Tanie Stickland Ella Boakes Amy De Hey Zoe Carroll Jess Murphy Jill Bysouth Faith Miller Jess Fairchild Stacey Rotariou

C GRADE Coach: Lucy Millar Sarah Graham Ellie Dunn Ebony Hill Kristy McGrath Tuscani Closter Flynn Johnstone Shania Gana Jasmyn Greenfield Shannon Christodoulou Harriet McNamara

D GRADE Coach: Barb Hilder Rebecca Broomfield Leah Hansfield Barb Hilder Jodie Stephens Amber Jeffrey Melissa Bool Esther Ireson Tamara Locke Kiarna Wickham

C GRADE Coach: Stacey DiCocco Emily Edwards Brooke Murray Georgia McKenzie McHarg Jessica Gracan Caitlyn Browne Kylie Hameeteman Elyse Herrick Staci Malberg Katie Higginbotham

D GRADE Coach: Faith Miller Amanda Michie Amy Hall Marlowe Burke Ashley O’Brien Ciarah Murphy Courtney Zurek Keeley Jubb

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Netball

V A GRADE Coach: Lisa Vines Isabella Cuming Georgia Vines Kate Patterson Matilda Shannon Sophie Fletcher Emilie Baird Sienna Wills Meg Hamill Ash Morris

B GRADE Coach: Georgia Vines Ella Mason Mae Cuming Abbie King Nicola Mold Laila Nelson-Williams Shannon White Rhiannon Morgan Katelyn Morgan Mia Newman Amelia Ross

A GRADE Coach: Jessica Whitfort Abuk Kenyang Madi Capsalis Courtney Osborne Bridgette Barry-Murphy Kate Oman Claudia Whitfort Mardi Cunningham Renee Brewster (C) Milly Haugen Samantha Gooden Bella Riddell

C GRADE Coach: Karina Holmes Karina Holmes Annie Cumming Michaela Gallagher Jessie Farquharson (C) Olivia Cook Chloe-Rose Hunt Evie Wilkins

D GRADE Coach: Franny Cook Olivia Cook Asha Cook Madi Wynne Claudia Matthew Saskia Kalkbrenner Jessica Laity Ella Schulz (C) Imogen Horvath

C GRADE Coach: Jessica Whitfort Stephanie Spicer Danyale King Leah McCartney Jessica Fletcher Tayla Sutton (C) Kiah Steele Tayla Crabtree Sara Burke Melissa Scott

B GRADE Coach: Jessica Whitfort Melanie Cotta Tobi Cunningham Kiarah Rochford Rebecca Graham Amy Cunliffe Peyton Rowe (C) Anna Mace Grace Van Dort Michaela Wilson Jessica Whitfort Breanna Neighbour Molly Wallace Simone Radin D GRADE Coach: Jessica Whitfort Rebecca O’Leary (C) Emily Ramanathan Isabelle Caller Chantelle Thompson Laura Moore Geraldine Klein Kelly Proud Elisha Taafe Brittany Earle Briohny Greenough Alison French

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