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Still six contenders... it’s all up for grabs Division 1 - Round 15 Saturday 28th July 2018

Sorrento v Pines Frankston v Bonbeach Mt Eliza v Seaford Frankston YCW v Mornington Edi-Asp v Rosebud


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Footy Preview - Division 1 The glorious uncertainty of sport By David Nagel The glorious uncertainty of sport has fully engulfed the MPNFL Division One season and provided the catalyst for a sensational run home over the next four weeks of football. Every one of the top-six teams has serious, and justified, ambitions of claiming this year’s premiership cup, with a dangerous bottom four in Bonbeach, Rosebud, Mornington and Seaford keen to throw a spanner in the works. And they’re all capable, with the Sharks, Buds and Bulldogs now in the free-swing zone while the relegation-bound Tigers are desperate to keep their top-flight dreams alive. But we start this week with a focus on the top-five, where top-of-the-table Sorrento plays its third home-game in succession against Pines. The Sharks were expected to fill their boots over the last fortnight with games against Bonbeach and Mornington the perfect pre-curser to this afternoon’s contest against the Pythons. But ladder positions have proved inconsequential, with Bonbeach walking away with victory and the Bulldogs falling just two points short of causing an upset last week. The Sharks have been their own worst enemy over the last fortnight. They kicked 4.15 – which proved fatal against Bonbeach – and backed that up with a 10.17.77 to 12.3.75 score line against the Bulldogs last week. They had double the amount of scoring shots at half time – 16 to 8 – but led by just three points to keep the door ajar for the Bulldogs… who almost walked through. Let’s hope both teams have their kicking boots on today, because the two highest scoring teams in the competition could provide a real spectacle this afternoon. It would be great if the two coaches, Luke Tapscott and Paddy Swayn, let their natural instincts take a hold and let both teams play a free-flowing and attacking brand of footy. If they do, this could be one of the great shootouts of the season with Aaron Edwards, Tim Bongetti and Guy Hendry for Pines taking on the Sharks’ dangerous trio of Leigh Poholke, Chris Dawes and Nick Corp. Ironically, both sets of forwards have contributed exactly 80 goals between them for the season!

Pines’ gun Aaron Edwards loves the big stage and will be fired up for a huge one against Sorrento. Another great battle will take place in the middle where two of the biggest bulls in the competition, Paul ‘Chewy’ Scanlon and Mitch Hallahan, go head-to-head at the stoppages. Both players love the physical stuff, hard but fair, and will be licking their lips at the thought of some big hits and bruising contests in the centre square today. With those dangerous forward lines we spoke about earlier, the ability to get first hands on the footy is going to have a huge impact on the final outcome. Pines is a dangerous outfit, clearly evident after a nine-goal opening blitz, and a seven-goal finish, against Frankston Bombers last week. The run of Perry Lewis-Smith has been complementing the work of Scanlon through the midfield, while the height and versatility of Daniel John will be an important asset against the Sharks.

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Footy Preview - Division 1 The Pythons will be primed for a huge effort, with a loss likely to see them drop outside the top five and set up a classic confrontation with a resurgent Frankston YCW at Eric Bell Reserve next week. The Pythons season has certainly hit the crossroads. Can they match the Sharks, and put a significant downpayment on a finals position – or will Tapscott and co give the Pythons the ultimate reality check? It’s the glorious uncertainty that makes it interesting… and it’s the Sharks by 13 points. Will we look back on last week’s win over EdithvaleAspendale as a season-highlight for Frankston YCW, or are the Stonecats back on track and about to build on their momentum against Mornington at Jubilee Park today? Coach Wayne Capp will be breathing a deep sigh of relief after the Stonecats returned to their best, with the return of some key players giving everyone a subtle reminder of what his side is still capable of this year. The dangerous Paul Minchington returned after seven games on the sidelines, while Ryley Hodson, Josh Butland and Jacob Cheverley gave the Eagles the run around in their first games back from a spell. The Stonecats frustrating run of losses, which stretched back to round seven on Saturday 12 May, was pushed to the side last week with a devastating eight-goal-toone final term. Capp and his crew still have some ground to make up, but they can attempt to do so now with a degree of confidence in the bank. The Stonecats will be eyeing off home victories against the Bulldogs and Rosebud, and then - at a bare minimum - have to win away from home against either Pines or Mt Eliza in round 18 to be a realistic chance of defending their four consecutive crowns. After the hurdles they have to overcome – look out if they make it! They have played 43 players this year, including 10 teenagers and 13 players in the ripe zone between 23 and 29. The problem for the Stonecats has been that only three of those 13 players, Michael Debenham, Jack Mazurek and Kyle Hutchison have played every game this year. That’s the core of a side ripped apart at the seams. The Stonecats challenge today is Mornington, who is building nicely and shown some positive signs since going down to Frankston Bombers by 44 points in round 11. The Doggies went down to Edi-Asp by 11 points in round 12, defeated Mt Eliza by a point in round 13 before pushing Sorrento to the limit in a two-point defeat in the Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision match last week. They’re like that up-and-coming horse at the start of the Spring Carnival – they have the capabilities of winning everything they run in at their next four starts!

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Joel and Warwick Miller and Emilio Bitters have been terrific for the Bulldogs this year, while Jackson Calder has kept the front half ticking over nicely. The Doggies are a massive chance here – but the Stonecats have too much to play for and will continue their late surge with a 19-point victory. Frankston’s three-game winning streak came to a screeching halt against Pines last week and the Bombers will look to bounce back quickly against Bonbeach at Greg Beck Oval today. The Bombers were blown away by the Pythons – who play such an intense brand of footy when switched on - trailing by eight goals at quarter time, before matching motors with the home side after the first interval. They even had a period of dominance, kicking 6.7 to 2.3 in the third term to close the margin to 26 points at the final break. The Pythons rallied strongly in the final term to record a 59-point victory. It leaves the Bombers in the precarious position of needing at least two, and possibly three wins to play a role in this year’s finals series. The Bombers face a difficult fortnight ahead, with trips to Edi-Asp and Sorrento, before completing the home-andaway season with a visit from Rosebud. That last round is shaping up as a real blockbuster! Despite the thumping the Bombers can take a bit away from last week, particularly that third-quarter effort that saw them work their way back into the contest. Sam Fox had a day out, booting four, while Corey Micari, Jason Kingsbury and Corey Buchan all responded well after quarter time. Bonbeach will be no pushovers today. The Sharks knocked off Sorrento at Sorrento in round 13, then trailed third-placed Mt Eliza by a point at three-quarter time before being overrun in the final term last week. Shane McDonald, Trent Dennis-Lane and Luke Verma can cut opposition teams to shreds, while Matt Douglas is one of the best defensive organisers in the business. The Sharks defeated the Bombers narrowly back in round six…but the Bombers will remain in contention today with a 16-point victory. Edithvale-Aspendale will look to grab the cue out of the rack and reload when the Eagles welcome the sharpshooting Rosebud to Regents Park today. The Eagles should grab a new block of chalk as well, and change their stance a little, after their poorest frame of the season against Frankston YCW last week. Graeme Yeats and his side had their eye in early, leading by 13 points at quarter time, before being smashed by 15 goals to two after the first break. If it was a game of pool – the Eagles would have to walk around the table with their pants down! That’s not the hard-working Eagles that we’ve become accustomed to this year – let’s just put it down to a shocker. The Eagles will be keen to kick the habit, with players like

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Footy Preview - Division 1 Brett O’Hanlon, Mark Mullins and Nick Carlon having too much pride in the jumper to let it happen again. Motivation will be the key for Rosebud today…just how much do they want it, or need it, after securing their position in the top flight for next season with a thrilling one-point victory over Seaford. They won’t play finals, and impressing the coach is not an issue with Adrian McBean standing down last week. But star performers like Sean Downie, Fletcher Hustwaite and Rhys Pierce have built up a nice little reputation this year and won’t want that to slip by the wayside. The Buds will be brave – but it’s the Eagles by 23 points. And Mt Eliza can take another giant step towards a double chance when the Redlegs welcome relegation-bound Seaford to Wooralla Drive. The Redlegs haven’t been that impressive of late, losing to Mornington, before shaking of a dogged Bonbeach last week with a familiar last-quarter revival. That ability to dig deep under pressure, as they did against Pines a few weeks back, is going to hold Troy Shannon and his team in good stead going forward. Ben Landry and Luca Goonan were instrumental in last week’s success, while Shannon would have enjoyed the presence of Mitch McCarthy who was playing just his third game for the season. The Tigers, well they’ve been pretty stiff this year. Sitting bottom of the ladder with a percentage of 72.50 is almost unheard of in footy these days, and a great sign that the MPNFL Division One competition is one of the most even in the state. Curtis Barker continues to be a threat up forward, while midfielders Dean Williamson and Damien Rayson have new young star in their midst, with Ishak Bashir playing way beyond his years. The Tigers won’t go down without a fight – but they will go down – by 27 points today.

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Pines Frankston Mt Eliza Mornington Edi-Asp

Sorrento Frankston Mt Eliza YCW Edi-Asp

Last Round - 1 Chris Holcombe Interleague Coach

Last Round - 4 Wes Garth AFLSE Commercial Manager

Sorrento Frankston Mt Eliza YCW Edi-Asp

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Scores, Ladders, Goal Kickers 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. Sorrento 1.5 5.11 8.13 10.17.77 Mornington 2.1 6.2 10.2 12.3.75 Sorrento Goals: S. Gladman 3, C. Dawes 2, M. Gardner, L. Poholke, Z. Byrns, J. Tomkins, M. Hallahan. Best: M. Hallahan, N. Marston, J. Brigden, S. Gladman, J. Tomkins, J. Grant. Mornington Goals: J. Calder 3, J. Miller 2, N. Heath 2, B. Bird 2, M. Kleverkamp 2, K. Bird. Best: J. Miller, C. Baker, J. Calder, E. Bitters, W. Miller, M. Williams. Pines 9.2 12.5 14.8 21.11.137 Frankston Bombers 1.2 3.5 9.12 11.12.78 Pines Goals: A. Ludewig 4, A. Edwards 3, T. McDermott 2, G. Hendry 2, N. Boswell 2, B. Barfoot 2, R. Stewart, P. Scanlon, P. Lewis-Smith, L. Marshall, B. Lewis, T. Bongetti. Best: L. Marshall, N. Wilcox, P. Lewis-Smith, A. Ludewig, B. Hendry, P. Scanlon. Frankston Bombers Goals: S. Fox 4, J. Grant 2, B. Sutton, J. Bedford, J. Kingsbury, B. Muston, C. Micari. Best: S. Fox, C. Micari, J. Kingsbury, B. Sutton, J. Bedford, C. Buchan. Frankston YCW 2.1 6.4 9.5 17.8.110 Edithvale-Aspendale 4.2 4.3 5.5 6.6.42 Frankston YCW Goals: K. Hutchison 4, J. Butland 3, N. King 3, P. Minchington 2, J. Cheverly, L. Roberts, M. Debenham, D. Hughes, J. Coghlan. Best: K. Hutchison, C. Ongarello, M. Debenham, J. Cheverly, C. Henness, J. Patullo. Edithvale-Aspendale Goals: S. Monaghan 2, D. McCarthy 2, C. Wylie, B. Bowden. Best: S. Monaghan, C. Wylie, B. O’Hanlon, M. Clark, B. Tagg, L. Batten. Bonbeach 2.1 4.3 6.5 6.6.42 Mt Eliza 2.3 4.5 6.6 9.6.60 Bonbeach Goals: T. Dennis-Lane 2, S. McDonald 2, S. Price, J. Rippingale. Best: T. Hogan, L. Verma, M. Douglas, J. Bennett, B. Bailey, S. McDonald. Mt Eliza Goals: S. Tennant 2, J. Capkin 2, B. Landry, M. McCarthy, B. Breen, R. Turnbull, L. Goonan. Best: B. Landry, L. Goonan, M. McCarthy, T. Freeman, R. Turnbull, M. DeWit. RESERVES Seaford Sorrento Pines Frankston YCW Bonbeach

10.6.66 v 6.7.43 v 9.10.64 v 8.8.56 v 5.7.37 v

UNDER 19s Seaford Pines Frankston YCW Bonbeach

30.13.193 v 5.4.34 v 5.12.42 v 1.7.13 v

Rosebud Mornington Frankston Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

Rosebud Frankston Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

9.4.58 3.7.25 6.10.46 7.2.44 8.5.53

1.3.9 9.8.62 10.4.64 15.16.106

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SENIORS

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

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1143 930 122.90 991 1003 98.80 1113 927 120.06 1249 960 130.10 1062 970 109.48 956 814 117.44 833 946 88.05 829 1157 71.65 946 1118 84.62 783 1080 72.50

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14 12 2 0 14 11 3 0 14 11 3 0 14 10 4 0 14 9 5 0 14 5 9 0 14 4 10 0 14 4 10 0 14 2 12 0 14 2 12 0

892 438 739 498 696 590 720 530 649 498 736 783 557 634 599 746 476 817 377 907

203.65 148.39 117.97 135.85 130.32 94.00 87.85 80.29 58.26 41.57

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Mt Eliza 12 12 0 0 Edi-Asp 13 9 4 0 F’ston YCW 12 8 4 0 F’ston Bombers 13 7 6 0 Mornington 12 6 6 0 Pines 13 6 7 0 Bonbeach 12 4 8 0 Seaford 13 3 10 0 Rosebud 12 1 11 0 Sorrento 0 0 0 0

1100 321 915 576 645 539 792 543 675 608 689 705 570 899 583 810 361 1329 0 0

342.68 158.85 119.67 145.86 111.02 97.73 63.40 71.98 27.16 0

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

UNDER 19’S

SEN Hot Shot GOAL KICKERS SENIORS Aaron Edwards Jordan Moncrieff Jackson Calder Leigh Poholke Trent Dennis-Lane Chris Dawes James Freeman Jarrad Grant Sam Fox Nick Corp Tim Bongetti

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

RESERVES Michael Chaplin Thomas Lonie Mitchell Chopping Jake O’Neill Rhys Chalkley William Mace UNDER 19
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YCW Seaford Mt Eliza Edi-Asp Pines Mt Eliza

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30 24 16 14 14 14

Edi-Asp Mt Eliza Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mornington

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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 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 17.8.110 v Edi-Asp 6.6.42 Sorrento 10.17.77 v Mornington 12.3.75 Bonbeach 6.6.42 v Mt Eliza 9.6.60 Pines 21.11.137 v Frankston 11.12.78

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)

Saturday 19th May MPNFL 7.7.49 v NFL 12.17.89

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Footy Notes Frankston Bombers Greetings to the Bomber family & our visitors from Bonbeach as we enter the run to the finals. A setback for our seniors last week whilst our under 19’s got a great result in their finals quest. Zach has got our colts playing great team footy & the results over the last 2 months have been outstanding. Each week a different batch of names appear in the best as all players have a crack, play their role and we do not rely on individual brilliance. This week we salute Turvs with 3 goals and being named best while Will with a couple of snags, Dylan & Joe led the red & black to a significant victory. Who has a Brownlow, Anzac & AFL premiership medal, 5 All Australians & 3 Copeland trophies? The main man at this years Bombers Businessman’s lunch, the one & only Dane Swan. Enjoy a delicious lunch, a few drinks, great company and listen to life through the eyes of a footballer who marches to a different beat. The lunch is always a ripper and so grab your tickets from Batty today, or better still organise some mates and book a table. Another event to keep in mind is our summer fundraiser, the Peninsula Snapper Challenge. You all know someone who is into fishing and so get them on board with Melbourne’s most sustainable snapper fishing competition where 1 in 5 entrants will win a prize valued between $250 & $2500. Help our promotion of the Challenge by liking & sharing the Facebook posts, directing fishing friends to the Facebook or www. peninsulasnapperchallenge.com. GO BOMBERS

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Frankston YCW This week we welcome Mornington FNC to John Coburn Oval for a competitive day of sports. Seldom will a half of football secure victory, added to that squandered opportunties and the rest is elementary. So it proved in the Unders, first half dominance, second half fade out. Best were Mathew Koutspis, Lane Meyer and Cal Gregory. Regroup and take up the challenge, the prize is more than worth it. Conversely the Two’s were dominant early and took full advantage on the scoreboard. Further evidence of a strong even unit gathering momentum. A good spread of goal kickers with Brendan Marchmont, Angus McNab and Jodon Pipiris voted best.

A small step on the journey was made by the ones. Where there is life, there is hope. While it wasn’t perfect, there was real intent certainly the mechanics will continue to be a work in progress. Just got the feeling the tide is turning, and the swell beginning to build, exciting times ahead. Each week is so important now. In a very even team performance, Hooch put the polish on forward moves with 4 majors and was named best, ably supported by the flying Onga and hard working Debba. Butts and Kingy slotted 3 each Major social event Saturday 22nd September, 2018 Big Bash #3. Entertainment will include Rowan Gazzard, again as as host. Comedian is Lawrence Mooney, brilliant as “ aka The Prime Minister” and guest speaker will be Dane Swan. Limited to 120 guests please see Reddas soon to avoid disappointment. Someone in attendance will win a grand!

Mornington Round 14 saw us venture down to Sorrento and take on the top side which had earlier in the year beat us by 60 points, so it was important for us to have s really strong game. There wasn’t much in it all day with us leading at quarter time, then in the second quarter we allowed them to kick a couple to head into the main break 3 points up. The third quarter we were able to regain the lead again and headed into the last quarter 1 point up. The last quarter saw a very tight quarter where we both kicked 2 goals a piece unfortunately they kicked 4 behinds as well and we kicked only 1 behind to end going down by 2 points. The boys did themselves proud in the way they played, their defensive game was very good & their offensive game. The game could of gone either way, so we are giving ourselves a chance with the way we are playing. We definitely aren’t far away from being right up there, just a little bit more polish. Development side regained some strength with the return of a couple and the addition of some of the 19’s finest. We continued to produce the footy that we want to play in the future and took it right up to a slightly better organised side. Forward entries was the issue that cost us as we had plenty of footy but couldn’t convert. BOG were Westy, Mutch,Sus,Daddsy and Brett with all of the 19’s contributing to a solid performance. As a group we will still be fighting hard to take it up to all our opponents in the last few games. Go Doggies!!

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Footy Notes Mt Eliza Today we welcome the Seaford FNC to “Impact Realty Park” A great day at Bonbeach last week with wins in all football games. The Under 19’s started slowly, although we led at 1/4 time 2.3 to 0.3. We had total control of the game by half time with 16 scoring shots to 4. An 8 goal to 1 last half saw the boys win by 93. Killian kicked 3 to be named best & Lachie Fewster, Kobe Dalais & Sam Webster kicked a couple each. Others in the best were Westy, Bakes, Lobby, Parks & Thieley. The Reserves started slowly but held a 10 point lead at 1/2 time. Just the 1 goal in the 3rd term saw us lead by 14 and 2 goals apiece in the last saw us win by 16. Buz was lively with 3 goals to be in the best along with Moz, Loges, Stricko, Danksy & Max Rea. Great to see Juzzy Grant back playing again. The Senior game was goal for goal for the majority, as we held a 2 point half time lead. Another 2 goals to both sides saw the margin at the last change reduce to 1 point. A 3 goal to nil last term saw us record a vital win and our first at Bonbeach since 2015. Tenno booted a couple along with Cappy. Best players were Langers, Mitch McCarthy, Mason DeWit, Tommy Freeman, Robbie Turnbull & Luca Goonan. Sponsor of the Week: Hewison Private Wealth. Thanks to former player Andrew Hewison for his continued support. Contact him on 0405 980 772. Social: 1983 & 1998 Senior Premiership Reunions - Sat Aug 18th @ the Club. Good luck to all sides today. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @mtelizafc Redleg.

A tough day saw the seniors fight hard against YCW but unfortunately were well beaten. The boys toughed it out and look to get back on track this week. Best players were S. Monaghan, C. Wylie, B. O’Hanlon, M. Clark, B. Tagg, L. Batten. The twos also fell short by 2 goals in a tough game. They are still on track and will bounce back this week. Best players were L. O’Connor, M. Allen, J. Heys, J. Martello, Z. Barrett. The 19’s were down at half time but stormed home with 8 goals to none in second half to score a strong win. Best players were R. Orchard, K. Hutchinson, B. Ward, D. Shannon, R. Francis , H. Flavelle. The netballers came home with 4 strong wins against YCW and continue their great form. The girls are all well placed to have another great season. Our senior girls footy team tried hard in a tough game but couldn’t get the points. This week is a great chance for the girls to get a win. Want all the latest news,results and info from the club? Sign up for our weekly newsletter. Just visit our website @ www.easc.com.au and submit your details. One click and your in.

Bonbeach It was a hard fought contest on Saturday in the Seniors against Mt Eliza, with our poor skill execution being one of the reasons we were handed a 3 goal loss. It makes finals tough to come by and every week is a must win to be a sniff! Our reserves put up a strong effort against the benchmark of the 2s for quite some time! Our U/19s also improved upon the last time they faced Mt Eliza, who are incredibly strong in the junior ranks. Congratulations to our A Grade netballers who had a big win, the 2nd time they have beaten Mounty this year. Awesome work ladies!! Today is an important day for our club as we play in the inaugural Chris Bull Cup. Bully has been a big part in the development and sustainability of both clubs and we love having him at Shark Park!

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It is also “It’s Okay, Not to be Okay” Round where we are featuring. Frankston Bombers and Bonbeach both are very serious about the welfare of our players on and off the field. Both clubs are huge advocates for the education and welfare support program, Outside the Locker Room and make out clubs as culturally inclusive and safe for all as possible. Good luck to all Bonbeach teams today!!

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Footy Notes Pines A huge week for the club. Netball under lights on Thursday poor girls were saturated. Gameface broadcasting live from the rooms and then Saturday showcasing what’s great about the competition. A look at the record and the list of names in the Bombers camp, showed a lot of family connections between our clubs. Probably explains why the crowds got on so well. So with beer sales going through the roof, the game once again demonstrated that you have to be on your game in such a tight competition. Congratulations to the ladies day organisers. Bet there was a lot of ice on the heads the next day. This week off to Sorrento, one of the great ground surfaces and the game should be a beauty. Both sides are in form so should be primed for the contest. Bad luck for Wetrock - season ending medial but that makes him a new recruit for next year. :) Reserves are finding some form and are my tip for today by 16 points. Next week at home we have another huge day so look out for the write up email and here’s a hint. Book early. Lastly, thanks to Mark Dunsford for getting the photos done. Long time coming but we got there. Go Pines.

Seaford Wow! Rd 15 already... A month from finals action! I can nearly smell the spring air through the *** hanging from the tip of my nose. The club is in a strong position with 5 sides sitting in top 3 spot on the ladder which is a strong position going into the last month of H&A. Shattering result for our senior men side last week against The Buds. Going down by 1 pt was a đ&#x;’” but it was great to see U17 player Conor Boyd make his senior 1sts debut. Conor did a extremely great job for his first hit out. Great to see the magoos and cubs got to sing the song as well. Massive congrats to our B and D grade on their win. What a thrill it would have been for the young squad to have A Grade Coach Meagan Dell help out with numbers. Such a cracking game in the A’s between sides sitting 2nd v

4th. Unfort our girls couldn’t hang on as the Buds netballers finished the stronger to sndraw. Hopefully we will be able to display them our outdoor skills again when finals arrive. How good are our #Rettes travelling! The top two sides have only dropped one game and that was by 2pts. Great to see another Rette making inroads from Div3 side and dominating the Div 2 win. Div 3 is a great comp for our girls to learn the game in and gain some confidence. Well done Rettes. Tonight we are holding RUOK trivia night back at the clubrooms. Thank you to Tily Heming in organising the night. #SFNC18 #YellowandBlack #WeRoarAsOne

Sorrento It was Maddie Riewoldt day at Shark Park last week which was a great success. The kids were there in the droves seeking autographs and it was a sea of purple. Well done to all involved and thanks to Mornington for working with us to make the day a successful one. The Scoobs continued their streak in a game where they didn’t have it all their own way. They had to work hard for the 4 quarters but eventually overpowered Mornington to get the 4 points. The season seems to have flown past quickly, it’s hard to believe we’re down to the last month of home and away games. Today it’s Pines in what should be another cracker of a game. The Seniors coming off a loss were keen to bounce back but Mornington had other ideas. It was a scrap all afternoon as both sides had their time on top and both sides had their time of fighting back when the game was looking gone. It was a late goal with only a couple of minutes left that gave us back the lead and we were able to hang on from there. We got out of jail this time but we’ll need to improve on that performance starting today. Welcome to Pines today for the first time in a long time. We look forward to what should be 2 great contests. Thought of the week: Maybe oxygen is slowly killing you and it just takes 75 to 100 years to work!

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Footy Notes Rosebud Taking a week off footy and netty seems like an eternity, but a rest at this time of year will motivate the soul and reset the Club for the remaining 4 weeks.

In all teams and grades we have everything to gain and nothing to lose, so bring your GameFace and let’s get the job done. Good luck Buds!

Last round we travelled to Seaford’s temporary facilities and came home with the narrowest of margins in the seniors skippered by In-form Sean Downie for his first captaincy role. Brother Keegan slotted 6 in a stand out performance which won him a spot in the VFL Dolphins on Sunday which was undoubtedly a confidence booster. Jake held their most dangerous brilliantly, with the Bos, Fletch and Flattychamp dominating the mids. Big Davo and Seb held the backline solid as always and across the board, a good performance by all. The development lads started well with a 3 goal lead at the halfway mark but unfortunately to some undisciplined reactions cost us dearly on the scoreboard to go down by 8 points. The 19’s suffered a hefty defeat which was unfortunate because in round 5 at Olympic park our boys had a great win. Keep focused and let’s team together and finish the season with our heads up boys. We take on Edi-Asp today and the last time we met the final margin was just 7 points their way. They are sitting equal on top with $orrento so the pressure on them is intense leading into the warmer end of the season.

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Colours: Green Red & White & Red Coaches Senior: Patrick Luke Tapscott Swayn Reserves: Reserves: Glenn Dion Phillips Cornell U19: Steven Jackson

Colours: Green Red & White & Red Coaches Senior: Patrick Luke Tapscott Swayn Reserves: Reserves: Glenn Dion Phillips Cornell U19: Steven Jackson

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Colours: Black, RedRed & Black & White Coaches Senior: Senior:Stephen Beau Muston Hughes Reserves: Reserves:Corey TravisJohnson Reints U19: U19:Zachary Mark Thomas Horsley

Colours: Black, RedRed & Black & White Coaches Senior: Senior:Stephen Beau Muston Hughes Reserves: Reserves:Corey TravisJohnson Reints U19: U19:Zachary Mark Thomas Horsley

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Colours: Navy Black Blue & Gold & Red Coaches Senior: Senior: Troy Ben Shannon Murphy Reserves: Reserves:Nathan Mark Dessent Clayton U19: U19:Paul JoeGoonan Hallal

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RourkeHammond James Fischer Damien Dean Williamson Kent (C) Jordan Capkin Damien Rayson HarperWhite Mitch Leonard Jordan Matt Gundry Moncrieff Robbie Joe Hallal Turnbull ShaneTerech Matt Tennant (C) Jimmy Zac Vansittart Freeman Kyle Docherty Beau Cannon Callan Park Jackson Mockett Sam Lonie Tom Gill Darren Booth Jonathan Haidon Riley Thorpe Matt McLennan Sam Hallpike Aaron Walton Blaine Coates Kieren Shaw HarryDi Mark Smith Blasio Daniel Tim Gavenlock Gormley Ben Landry Sam Lonie Liam Herbert Matt Berry Tim Strickland Dylan Howlett AaronLuxton Rory Dunne Chris Cleary James Herbert Josh Curren Brad Doyle Sam Danks Matt McCormack JimmyHenderson Kayle Logan Sam Howell Josh Stokes (RC) MitchEdmondson Luke Chopping Mitch Lloyd Bryce McCarthy Jake Vyverberg Paul Tognazzini NickHowlett Ben McKinnon

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Jonah Will Antonie Milne Aaron Michael Rielly West Tim Hayden Robbins Lobb Angus Ben Webster Smith Jimmy Ned Evans-Brumby Dickson (C) Jai Killian McGuinness Doyle Bayln BaileyO’Neil Breen (C) Lindyn Will Hollands Vraca Tyler Lachie Kleehammer Fewster Kyle LiamDaff McWilliams Riley Tom Maggio Baker Lochlan Elliot Simmons Edwards Jake BeauO’Dempsey Galley Aaron Braden Garland Nelmes Isaac Pete Bashir Evans-Brumby Evan Mason Katsianos Page Myles Kurt Thiele McDonald-Taylor Max Mourney

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CurtisRistrom John Barker Matthew Tom ShawBrancatisano Will Mace Nick Braund Mason DeWit Jeremy Walker Ryan Morrison Rizwan Harun Ben Farish Isaac Nippard BrentonLegg Haydn Lambert NathanSchmidt Bailey Ryan Ryan McGannon Jamiee Randall Harrison Isaac Bashir Scott TomDuffield Ben Taylor (RC) Max Rea Sam Duffield OscarNewbold Cam Craig Blake Jim Dickson Mullane Callan Rice Joshua Rhodes Trent Radin Jamie Quanchi JordanWalton Julian Smale Brad McCall Pete Taylor LyndonWatkins Bailey Curtis SamBarlow Ben Mourney Jack Brown Jacob Watson NAVY

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Under 19’s 1 2 3 4 7 5 9 6 10 7 11 8 13 9 14 10 15 11 16 12 17 14 18 15 19 16 20 17 21 18 22

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Kobe Dalais Mitchell Best Dan House Bailey Schmidt Nat Turner Cody Horrigan Mark Colvin Matthew Angeloni Baxter Kirk Isaac Nippard Liam Teiermanis Corey Fritze Sam Sturt Ayden Woodward LukeRutherford Webster Liam Aiden Smith Harvey Page Connor Sahely Tom Small Lachie Young Aaron Foss Tom Freeman Finlay Bayne Sean Parker Aaron Jackson

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Kobe Dalais Mitchell Best Dan House Bailey Schmidt Nat Turner Cody Horrigan Mark Colvin Matthew Angeloni Baxter Kirk Isaac Nippard Liam Teiermanis Corey Fritze Sam Sturt Ayden Woodward LukeRutherford Webster Liam Aiden Smith Harvey Page Connor Sahely Tom Small Lachie Young Aaron Foss Tom Freeman Finlay Bayne Sean Parker Aaron Jackson

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frankston mornington yCw

Colours: Royal Gold, Blue, White Red&&Black White Coaches Senior: Senior:Simon WayneGoosey Capp Reserves: Res: Lewis MarkRoberts Paganoni U19: Peter Brad Harvey Falzon

Colours: Royal Gold, Blue, White Red&&Black White Coaches Senior: Senior:Simon WayneGoosey Capp Reserves: Res: Lewis MarkRoberts Paganoni U19: Peter Brad Harvey Falzon

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 9 8 10 9 11 10 12 11 13 12 14 13 15 14 16 15 17 18 16 19 17 20 18 21 19 22 20 23 21 24 22 25 23 26 27 24 29 25 30 26 31 27 32 28 33 29 34 30 35 36

Christian Calder Ongarello Jackson ByronSmith Barry Ryan Scott Macleod (DVC) Chris Baker Lachlan Wallace Max Gearon( C ) Jie Coghlan Jai Haddock Trent Cowled(RC) Lachlan Susovich Ash Eames Jack Kerr Paul Minchington Michael Debenham Josh Halsall JesseMiller Coghlan Joel Anthony Barry Ryan Odell Matthew La Fontaine Emilio Bitters Steve O’Donnell Broden Bird Kevin Lylak Kalen Bird Tom Capp Louis Astorino Macklin Raine Michael MacGowan Lachlan Street BrentonDamon Credlin Stuart Ryley Hodson Michael Williams Ben Buckley Mitch Lindsay Jack Mazurek Travis Young Ryan Santon James Turnbull Pat Johnstone Danny Vercoe Khan Haretku William Goosey Luke Paynter Paul Dadds Josh Butland Kyle Hutchison Greg Pullen (VC) Ben Wagner Quinn Christy James Bryant Ashley Williams Jake Lovett Barry Smeeton Michael Chaplin Brendan DeRuyter Lew Roberts Jake Smart Rohan Sealey Josh Brown Nick King Jake Theobald

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Angus Wright Brayden Webber CodyKleverkamp Henness Max Jacob Cheverley Riley West Brendon Marchmont Kane Paley Jack Matthews Warwick Miller Mitch Rowe Sam Tyler Dalziel Sigley James Matthews Owen Vine Josh Patullo Jackson Weyne Charlie Patterson Brett McCleary Zinzi Crawford Mosimane Sam Jacob Millman Kieran Taig James Griffiths Thomas Hobbs Adam Treweek Daniel Schuller Marco Kelso Nathan Abbott Jordan Pirpiris Jack Wells Hayden Raphael Patrick Davenport Lachlan Hewitt Robbie Evans Connor Mara WilliamJohnson Dabonde Jacob Jack Keilor Todd Paganoni Mackenna Hura Kyle Bird Ben Cracknell Corey Robinson Harry Lane Mason LachlanCrossley Williams Jordon Crossley Daniel Hughes Nick Christoforou Josh Brown Angus McNab Adam Treweek Luke Black Jack Brennan Jack Butland Matt Ryan Michael Nicholls

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Christian Ongarello Jackson Calder Byron Barry Ryan Smith Scott Macleod (DVC) Chris Baker Lachlan Wallace Max Gearon( C ) Jie Coghlan Jai Haddock Trent Cowled(RC) Lachlan Susovich Ash Eames JackMinchington Kerr Paul Michael Debenham Josh Halsall Jesse Coghlan Joel Miller Anthony Barry Ryan Odell Matthew La Fontaine Emilio Bitters Steve O’Donnell Broden Bird Kevin Lylak Kalen Bird Tom Capp Louis Astorino Macklin Raine MichaelStreet MacGowan Lachlan Brenton Credlin Stuart Damon Ryley Hodson Michael Williams Ben Buckley Mitch Lindsay Jack Mazurek Travis Young Ryan Santon James Turnbull Pat Johnstone Danny Vercoe Khan Haretku William Goosey Luke Paynter Paul Butland Dadds Josh Kyle GregHutchison Pullen (VC) Ben Wagner Quinn Christy James AshleyBryant Williams Jake Lovett Barry Smeeton Michael Chaplin Brendan DeRuyter Lew Roberts Jake Smart Rohan Sealey JoshKing Brown Nick Jake Theobald

Taydon Joshua Moss Small Sam Jacob Hatch Rowler Jayden Tom Crimmins Race Sam Tim Bryant Susovich Lane Lochlan Meyer Merriner Andrew Connor Kelly McIntosh Josh Mitchell Berenger Quint Jordan Jackson Berenger Poole James Finley Long Shaw Nick Harry Pajer Bould Shem Salwyn Barry Farrell Eric Jayson Vansister Corbett Josh Bailey O’Toole Westbrook Luke Will Hosking Findikakas Henry Tom Wisneske Vine Tate Oliver Sweetnam Walsh Kobe IsaacJohnson Powell

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Angus Wright Brayden Webber Cody Henness Max Kleverkamp Jacob Cheverley Riley West Brendon Marchmont KaneMatthews Paley Jack Warwick Miller Mitch Rowe Sam Sigley Dalziel Tyler JamesVine Matthews Owen Josh Patullo Jackson Weyne Charlie Patterson Brett McCleary Zinzi Sam Mosimane Crawford Jacob Millman Kieran Taig James Griffiths Thomas Hobbs Adam Treweek DanielKelso Schuller Marco NathanPirpiris Abbott Jordan Jack Wells Hayden Raphael Patrick Davenport Lachlan Hewitt Robbie ConnorEvans Mara William Dabonde Jacob Johnson Jack Keilor Todd Paganoni Mackenna Hura KyleCracknell Bird Ben CoreyLane Robinson Harry Mason Crossley Lachlan Williams JordonHughes Crossley Daniel Nick JoshChristoforou Brown Angus McNab Adam Treweek Luke Black Jack Brennan Jack Butland Matt Ryan Michael Nicholls

Under 19’s

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

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Mark BlakeFerdinand Mealey Caleb Lachlan Douglas Gorka Dylan Jack Knox Preston Lachlan LachlanDaiziel Mitchell Andrew Jack Hodgetts Chapman Baily RyanAngwin Rose Tom JackBaker Crawford Nathan Luke O’Sullivan Mills Matt McNeil Nathan Harris-Dent

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Taydon Joshua Moss Small Sam Jacob Hatch Rowler Jayden Tom Crimmins Race Sam Tim Bryant Susovich Lane Lochlan Meyer Merriner Andrew Connor Kelly McIntosh Josh Mitchell Berenger Quint Jordan Jackson Berenger Poole James Finley Long Shaw Nick Harry Pajer Bould Shem Salwyn Barry Farrell Eric Jayson Vansister Corbett Josh Bailey O’Toole Westbrook Luke Will Hosking Findikakas Henry Tom Wisneske Vine Tate Oliver Sweetnam Walsh Kobe IsaacJohnson Powell

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South Eastern Women’s Football DIVISION ONE

Beaconsfield 0.0 1.1 1.1 1.1.7 Seaford 3.3 5.4 7.9 9.13.67 Beaconsfield Goals: A. Robinson. Best: A. Rata, A. McGeachin, S. McCallum, C. Jagusch, A. Waite, J. Hough. Seaford Goals: K. Carew 4, S. Astone 2, A. Dowler, C. Weiss, S. Ryan. Best: S. Ryan, M. Tilley, B. Rogan, S. Astone, K. Tua, J. Johnston. Port Melbourne 0.0 0.0 1.2 2.2.14 St Kilda Sharks 3.1 8.7 9.7 13.10.88 Port Melbourne Goals: B. Ousley 2. Best: P. Holt, B. Ousley, K. Nelson, B. James, V. Leong, S. Allen. St Kilda Sharks Goals: C. Haughey 2, A. Trollip 2, E. George 2, L. Amelung 2, G. Vanderwaal, R. Harris, B. Hanrahan, A. Whitehead, H. Cooper. Best: E. George, L. Savage, A. Trollip, G. Vanderwaal, B. Hanrahan, L. King. Cranbourne 2.3 4.7 5.7 9.9.63 Chirnside Park 0.1 1.3 1.6 2.6.18 Cranbourne Goals: S. Holland 2, P. Stahl, B. Graham, A. Sibly, B. Campbell, K. Thompson, S. Dobson, T. O’Hagan. Best: K. Thompson, S. Binder, S. Stratton, B. Phelps, T. O’Hagan, B. Wilder. Chirnside Park Goals: E. Wilkinson, A. Evans. Best: J. Provan, A. Evans, S. Di Mauro, C. Robson, B. Slaney, J. Borg. Gippsland Maroons 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Eastern Devils 7.4 10.8 17.12 21.17.143 Gippsland Maroons Best: B. Milne, L. Sexton, T. Dixon, A. Jans, S. Fenton, G. Collins. Eastern Devils Goals: Not Provided. Best: Not Provided. Mornington (90) defeated Endeavour Hills (10) via a forfeit.

DIVISION TWO

Edithvale-Aspendale 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.2.8 Seaford 3.3 7.5 12.8 15.10.100 Edithvale-Aspendale Goals: C. Phillips. Best: G. Proy, P. Davey, P. Cook, C. Phillips, J. Kuperus-Arrowsmith, B. Robinson. Seaford Goals: L. Jukes 5, D. Jackson 2, J. Ralph 2, C. Skilton, M. Carroll, T. St Anne, A. Rogers, E. Byrnes, M. Densley. Best: D. Jackson, J. Ralph, T. St Anne, C. Cain, D. Lovett, E. Bonar. Eastern Devils 0.1 0.1 0.4 0.4.4 Tyabb 3.0 5.3 7.3 9.8.62 Eastern Devils Best: G. Beach, M. Hubbard, R. Baker, T. Ludekens, T. O’Connor, M. Raccosta. Tyabb Goals: K. Adamson 2, K. Cerra 2, K. Thompson 2, E. Knapp 2, E. Abel. Best: T. Dalman, K. Adamson, A. Coventry, E. Quinton, K. Thompson, L. Souter. St Kilda Sharks 1.0 2.0 3.1 4.6.30 Warragul 3.7 4.8 5.11 5.11.41 St Kilda Sharks Goals: T. Binios 2, M. Hall, A. Maginn. Best: H. Cooper, L. King, T. Binios, L. Bertram, B. Bowey, C. Speak. Warragul Goals: S. Poke 2, B. Pratt, S. Alweyn, T. Rosin. Best: S. Poke, T. Rosin, B. Pratt, L. Gordon, S. Burns, C. Maher. Bass Coast 4.3 9.5 11.8 12.8.80 Cranbourne 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1.1 Bass Coast Goals: T. Stahl-Smith 6, E. Angarane 2, T. Angarane, J. Russo, J. Redmond, K. O’Neill. Best: K. O’Neill, T. Stahl-Smith, H. Mills, E. Angarane, C. Heislers, J. Redmond. Cranbourne Best: T. Fellows, K. Christian, B. Campbell, C. Robinson, E. Vitols, G. Tyshing.

DIVISION THREE

Karingal 1.0 3.3 5.6 6.9.45 Seaford 1.2 1.2 2.2 3.3.21 Karingal Goals: T. Holt-Walters 2, K. Geddes, K. Grace, E. Cox, M. Rudzki. Best: C. Kinnaird-Harris, M. Rudzki, K. Grace, Y. Hollway, T. McMinimee, L. Amos. Seaford Goals: C. Parker, R. Pluke, K. Mcintoch. Best: R. Pluke, T. McLean, M. Hillbrick, J. Ellams, K. Mcintoch, D. Lovett. Cerberus/Crib Point 0.5 2.8 5.9 7.15.57 Red Hill 1.1 2.2 6.3 6.3.39 Cerberus/Crib Point Goals: K. Clark 3, S. Evans 2, S. Flanders, S. Marsland. Best: C. Zurek, K. Chamberlain, A. Dercksen, S. Evans, M. Irving, S. Marsland. Red Hill Goals: Not Provided. Best: Not Provided.

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Hastings 3.0 5.2 5.3 6.5.41 Frankston Bombers 1.2 4.3 4.4 5.4.34 Hastings Goals: L. Lanza, Z. Mitchell, L. Beattie, R. Tanner-Bennion, M. Taylor, B. Kupsch. Best: L. Beattie, R. Hennekam, K. Syer, A. Owen, J. Benwell, S. Delmo. Frankston Bombers Goals: J. Hunt 2, L. Tucker, A. Verdouw, M. Luxa. Best: M. Luxa, R. Dixon, T. Hartskeerl , B. McCabe, J. Hunt, S. Strickland. Pakenham 0.0 3.4 4.4 4.7.31 Pearcedale 2.4 2.4 2.6 2.7.19 Pakenham Goals: R. Betteridge 2, R. Cook, S. Wragg. Best: C. Nagel, R. Betteridge, M. Cavallo, K. Llerena, J. Seaborne, S. Gray. Pearcedale Goals: H. Roberts, J. Williams. Best: H. Duncan, C. White, J. Scarlett, V. Wilson, K. Kenway. Mornington 2.2 3.3 4.4 4.5.29 Officer 1.1 2.3 2.4 3.4.22 Mornington Goals: M. Cahill, M. Wightman , B. Bond, I. Francis. Best: Z. Craig, C. Hampshire, B. Bond, C. Antonucci, E. Travica, M. Winton. Officer Goals: K. Wigren, J. McSweeney, L. O’Connell-Webb. Best: M. Davey, M. Hagger, C. Davey, J. McSweeney, L. O’Connell-Webb, K. Wigren.

LADDERS DIVISION ONE

P W L D

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

10 10 0 1 693 170 407.65 10 9 1 1 893 106 842.45 11 9 2 0 620 225 275.56 10 6 4 1 608 301 201.99 10 5 5 1 504 330 152.73 11 4 7 0 282 503 56.06 11 4 7 0 350 656 53.35 11 3 8 0 304 531 57.25 10 1 9 0 68 898 7.57 8 0 8 0 146 748 19.52

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Bass Coast 11 11 0 0 1030 70 1471 Seaford 11 10 1 0 672 191 351.83 Tyabb 10 7 3 0 462 363 127.27 Eastern Devils 11 6 5 0 438 336 130.36 Cranbourne 11 4 7 0 265 467 56.75 Warragul 10 3 7 1 282 508 55.51 St Kilda Sharks 11 2 9 0 144 713 20.20 Edithvale-Aspendale 11 0 11 0 102 747 13.65

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Hastings 11 10 0 1 633 168 376.79 Mornington 11 10 1 0 489 254 192.52 Frankston Bombers 11 7 4 0 503 250 201.20 Pearcedale 11 6 5 0 459 311 147.59 Cerberus/Crib Point 10 5 5 0 416 375 110.93 Karingal 11 5 6 0 296 285 103.86 Seaford 11 5 6 0 388 399 97.24 Officer 11 4 6 1 345 267 129.21 Pakenham 11 2 9 0 205 778 26.35 Red Hill 11 0 11 0 204 702 29.06 Edi-Asp 1 0 1 0 0 149 0.00

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rosebud edi-asp Colours: Colours: Navy Navy Blue Blue && White White Coaches Coaches Senior: Senior: Adrian Graeme McBean Yeates Reserves: Reserves: Luke Mark Farrelly Fitcher U19: Aaron U19: Martello Matt & Baker Damian Harris

rosebud edi-asp Colours: Colours: Navy NavyBlue Blue& &White White Coaches Coaches Senior: Senior:Adrian Graeme McBean Yeates Reserves: Reserves:Luke MarkFarrelly Fitcher U19: Aaron U19:Martello Matt Baker & Damian Harris

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 19 18 20 19 21 20 22 21 23 22 24 23 25 24 26 25 27 26 28 27 29 28 30 29 31 30 32

Fletcher Sam Monaghan Hustwaite Phil Billy Jones Flavelle(RC) Rhys Pierce Tim Kelly Keegan StephenDownie Miller Daniel O’Hehir Matthew Clark Lachie Mew Joel Martello Aaron Colombo Tom Turner Kurtis Corrin Andrew Luxa Daniel Wilson Aaron Johns Jordan White Lachie Batten Robbie Bos Lochie O’Connor Tom Stoffels Liam DavidHarris Cohn Steven Mannix (C) Ben Garlick Tim JakeMannix Corrin Charile Martello Josh Fisher Callan Van Dyke Ben Dwyer Brent Bowden Brenton Davidge Dale BrockStephens Downie Sean Downie Liam Hulett Greg Bentley (C) Mick Meehan (VC) Jason Henderson Nick Connellan Jackson Mc Rae Chris Wylie Seb Krumeich Michael Bussey Lachie Armstrong Dan McCarthy (RC) Isaac Drinkwater-Coates Mitch Allen Jack Jarman Elliot Macquire Chris Zurek Jake O’Neill Matt Baker Max Byrnes Brenton Payne Brett AdamDore Jarred Nic Carlon Bart Wallace

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Bryce Gibson Ryan Morris Jamie AngusClarke Macquire Nathan Bradley Abbott Tagg Daniel JeremyClarke Heys Josh MarkHarris Mullins (VC) Travis Bolton Ryan O’Leary Anthony Pegg Zack Bailey (RVC) Cody Hotchin Jake Nash Clancy Fulton James Watterson Glenn Thomson Craige Wray Jacob Raphael Harley Dale Michael Luck Darcy Warke Rhys McLennan Cam BlakeNeale Porta Jordan Davey Campbell Hustwaite Brett O’Hanlon Liam Bradford L. Busch Kane Donald Todd Woodbridge Lachlan Taylor Jaycob Argentino Campbell Ak Matt AdamMaher Lello Ed TimEllis Yeowart Mitchell Smith Rowan Snashall Hamish Martin Zack Foutouros Reid Nanscawen Sam Moloney Jai TimNanscawen Botteril Matt AdamCumming Rose Stephen Cumming Sam Carlon Mick Fiore Bryce Radford Christian Mascali

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Fletcher Sam Monaghan Hustwaite Phil Billy Jones Flavelle(RC) Rhys Pierce Tim Kelly Keegan StephenDownie Miller Daniel O’Hehir Matthew Clark Lachie Mew Joel Martello Aaron Colombo Tom Turner Kurtis Corrin Andrew Luxa Daniel Wilson Aaron Johns Jordan White Lachie Batten Robbie Bos Lochie O’Connor Tom Stoffels Liam DavidHarris Cohn Steven Mannix (C) Ben Garlick Tim JakeMannix Corrin Charile Martello Josh Fisher Callan Van Dyke Ben Dwyer Brent Bowden Brenton Davidge Dale BrockStephens Downie Sean Downie Liam Hulett Greg Bentley (C) Mick Meehan (VC) Jason Henderson Nick Connellan Jackson Mc Rae Chris Wylie Seb Krumeich Michael Bussey Lachie Armstrong Dan McCarthy (RC) Isaac Drinkwater-Coates Mitch Allen Jack Jarman Elliot Macquire Chris Zurek Jake O’Neill Matt Baker Max Byrnes Brenton Payne Brett AdamDore Jarred Nic Carlon Bart Wallace

Aaron Orchard Reece Colombo JamesSherar Mitch Hickey SamJovanoski Ben Hart Sam McRae Brayden Glaum Ben Ward Matt Suric Ryan Francis Aaron Colombo Daniel Jack Stewart Davies Brody Nic Sakalis Colquhoun-Matthews ZackHepner Joel O’Neill Kane Hutchinson Kieran Hanley Luke O’Reilly Seth Macquire TristanSuric Dylan Harris Ash Flynn Robbie Harrigan Tim Simone Angus Prentice Luke Macquire Braydan Maizey Mitchell Watson Giordan DeBruin Rory McCaw Kyle Radford

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BryceMorris Gibson Ryan Jamie Clarke Angus Macquire Nathan Abbott Bradley Tagg Daniel Clarke Jeremy Heys Josh Harris Mark Mullins (VC) TravisO’Leary Bolton Ryan Anthony Pegg Zack Bailey (RVC) CodyNash Hotchin Jake Clancy Fulton James Watterson Glenn Thomson Craige Wray Jacob Raphael Harley MichaelDale Luck Darcy Warke Rhys McLennan Cam BlakeNeale Porta Jordan Davey Campbell Hustwaite Brett Liam O’Hanlon Bradford L. Busch Kane Donald Todd Woodbridge Lachlan Taylor Jaycob Argentino Campbell Ak Matt Maher Adam Lello Ed Ellis Tim Yeowart MitchellSnashall Smith Rowan Hamish Martin Zack Foutouros Reid Moloney Nanscawen Sam Jai Nanscawen Tim Botteril Matt Cumming Adam Rose Stephen Cumming Sam Carlon Mick Fiore Bryce Radford Christian Mascali

Under 19’s

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Josh Petrie Max Ritchie-Crichton Matthew Seth O’Reilly Moloney Brad Seamons Drew Bunworth Zack Barrett Luke Kemfield Jaxon Stuart Wil Barron Ethan Hersey-Kilner Harry Flavelle Tyler Brodie Angus Busch

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Aaron Orchard Reece Colombo JamesSherar Mitch Hickey SamJovanoski Ben Hart Sam McRae Brayden Glaum Ben Ward Matt Suric Ryan Francis Aaron Colombo Daniel Jack Stewart Davies Brody Nic Sakalis Colquhoun-Matthews ZackHepner Joel O’Neill Kane Hutchinson Kieran Hanley Luke O’Reilly Seth Macquire TristanSuric Dylan Harris Ash Flynn Robbie Harrigan Tim Simone Angus Prentice Luke Macquire Braydan Maizey Mitchell Watson Giordan DeBruin Rory McCaw Kyle Radford

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Josh Petrie Max Ritchie-Crichton Matthew Seth O’Reilly Moloney Brad Seamons Drew Bunworth Zack Barrett Luke Kemfield Jaxon Stuart Wil Barron Ethan Hersey-Kilner Harry Flavelle Tyler Brodie Angus Busch

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Netball Preview - Division 1 Unfamiliar territory for the Eagles or the Buds By David Nagel

Edithvale-Aspendale or Rosebud is about to experience an unfamiliar feeling when the in-form teams in the competition go head-to-head in one of the big games of the season. Edi-Asp hasn’t tasted defeat since going down to Seaford in round four, while the Buds have been just as impressive with an undefeated record since round six. The Eagles are the proven champions, who just seem to get better when the months of August and September roll around – and that’s a pretty scary thought for their challengers. They made it 10 wins on the trot against YCW last week, challenged bravely by the Stonekittens before pulling away nicely in the final term. Caris MacInnes (WD) controlled the flow from the defensive end of the court while Christina Vickery (WA), Brianna Hollis (C) and Alex Ball (GA) really stood up when the pressure was on in the last quarter. The Buds have had some terrific results in recent times, but drawing 46-46 with the ladder-leading Seaford took things to a whole new level at their last outing. The Buds showed character, coming from behind to tie things up at the conclusion of a thrilling match. Emma White scored 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, Millie McDermott and Sally Hunter (GK) were also impressive for the Buds and will be keen to test themselves against the best. The Buds will experience some great feelings over the next two months of netball…but today’s feelings will be unfamiliar territory after falling six goals short of victory. They may not have won, but Frankston YCW and Mornington pushed some very strong opposition last week and will be confident of knocking each other over at Jubilee Park today. YCW pushed Edi-Asp to six goals, while Mornington was equally impressive in a five-goal defeat at the hands of Sorrento. The Stonekittens were right in the thick of things, with Lyshae Barry (GD), Steph Boulton (GK) and Carly Withers (WD) keeping the strong Edi-Asp attack under wraps. The Bulldogs also stuck to their guns with Tess Cooper, Georgia Hunter, Sarah Nash and Tess Haddock pushing Sorrento all the way to the finish line. There’s no prize on offer, but this could decide who finishes fifth this season. And we’ll go for the Bulldogs to win by three. Bonbeach finally got rewarded for its efforts last week and will look to repeat the dose when the Sharks travel to Greg Beck Oval to take on Frankston.

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The Sharks broke a four-game losing streak, defeating Mt Eliza by 20 goals and giving players like Emma Doderico, Zoe Summers, Theresa Blaauw and Steph Coy a real thrill along the way. The Sharks can jump from ninth to seventh if they defeat the Bombers today…but it won’t be easy. Bev Ashauer and her girls had the game in their keeping against Pines last week, leading by seven goals at the last break, before losing by a solitary goal. Sarah Muston, Louise Brittain, Jen Simmons and Emma Mason will be stewing on the loss all week and will be keen to turn the tables this afternoon. And they will – defeating the Sharks by five goals. And Seaford and Sorrento should have comfortable wins against Mt Eliza and Pines respectively. The Tigers have injury concerns at the moment and would have enjoyed the day off last week after a tough game against Rosebud. The Tigers are basically assured a top-two position and have four weeks to get healthy and make a charge at that elusive premiership. Nichelle Liepa, Tayla Robertson and Ash Mitchener are working through the gears nicely and will present a huge challenge for the Redlegs today. Carly Russo, Jamie O’Hare and Bayley Wells will try their best for the Mounties…but the Tigers will win easily. And Sorrento’s Hannah Mundy, Maddi Graham, Brianna O’Hehir and Bec Kelly should have too much ammunition for Pines this afternoon. Ash Boyle, Dani Kamana and Madi Blackburn steered the Pythons to a terrific victory over Frankston last week, but this is a step up in class. Sorrento will win by 10.

Pines will need to find away past Brianna O’Hehir if they’re to trouble Sorrento today.

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Netball Results & Ladders A Grade

Seaford 46 v Rosebud 46 Pines 39 v Frankston 38 Bonbeach 45 v Mt Eliza 25 Frankston YCW 29 v Edi-Asp 35 Sorrento 38 v Mornington 33 TEAM P W D L F A % P Edi-Asp 14 13 1 0 649 390 166.41 52 Seaford 14 12 1 1 762 452 168.58 50 Sorrento 14 11 3 0 694 465 149.25 44 Rosebud 14 9 4 1 653 568 114.96 38 Mornington 14 7 7 0 578 501 115.37 28 F’ston YCW 14 6 8 0 566 509 111.20 24 Frankston 14 3 11 0 504 672 75.00 12 Pines 14 3 11 0 420 715 58.75 12 Bonbeach 14 3 11 0 358 631 56.74 12 Mt Eliza 14 2 12 0 448 729 61.46 8

C Grade

Seaford 38 v Rosebud 55 Pines 27 v Frankston 25 Bonbeach 27 v Mt Eliza 47 Frankston YCW 33 v Edi-Asp 39 Sorrento 18 v Mornington 57 TEAM P W D L F A % P Edi-Asp 14 13 1 0 614 344 178.49 52 Mt Eliza 14 13 1 0 689 398 173.12 52 F’ston YCW 14 10 4 0 634 384 165.10 40 Mornington 14 10 4 0 546 436 125.23 40 Bonbeach 14 6 8 0 461 483 95.45 24 Rosebud 14 5 7 2 482 539 89.42 24 Pines 14 4 9 1 444 600 74.00 18 Sorrento 14 3 11 0 323 595 54.29 12 Seaford 14 2 11 1 418 615 67.97 10 Frankston 14 2 12 0 390 607 64.25 8

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

B Grade

55 48 33 19 27

v Rosebud v Frankston v Mt Eliza v Edi-Asp v Mornington

32 31 54 40 19

P W D L F A % P 14 14 0 0 619 284 217.96 56 14 12 2 0 576 432 133.34 48 14 11 3 0 553 476 116.18 44 14 10 4 0 572 415 137.83 40 14 6 8 0 485 460 105.44 24 14 4 9 1 430 571 75.31 18 14 4 10 0 466 534 87.27 16 14 4 10 0 355 469 75.70 16 14 2 11 1 418 614 68.08 10 14 2 12 0 411 630 65.24 8

D Grade

Seaford 32 v Rosebud 28 Pines 13 v Frankston 18 Bonbeach 27 v Mt Eliza 31 Frankston YCW 27 v Edi-Asp 35 Sorrento 32 v Mornington 29 TEAM P W D L F A % P F’ston YCW 14 13 1 0 588 227 259.03 52 Edi-Asp 14 12 2 0 640 235 272.34 48 Mornington 14 11 3 0 495 220 225.00 44 Mt Eliza 14 9 5 0 518 348 148.85 36 Sorrento 14 9 5 0 409 396 103.29 36 Bonbeach 14 5 9 0 323 449 71.94 20 Pines 14 5 9 0 239 415 57.59 20 Frankston 14 3 11 0 221 500 44.20 12 Seaford 14 2 12 0 189 519 36.42 8 Rosebud 14 1 13 0 185 498 37.15 4

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Netball Notes Division 1 Edi-Asp Round 15 v Rosebud The Legends Round. Once again we would like to thank the Legends who have been staunch supporters of our netball club since our first game in 2010. Kevin, Kenny, Sully, Gus, Steve, Larry, Terry, Gasha, Brian, Pete, Ray, Billy & all the ol’ boys who gather on a Friday night at Regents Park - thankyou for your continued support! Last week we held our annual ball at the Rossdale Golf Course & what a fantastic night it was! Congratulations to everyone who worked hard behind the scenes to make the night such a success & the winner of the Eagles Dancing Queen Award was a toss up between Wendo for her rhythm & style & Chelsea for her innovative dance moves! Last week we played the YC girls & all four games were hotly contested. Well done to the D grade girls who overcame the undefeated ladder leaders, while B & C grade worked hard to come away with two good wins. In A grade, the YC girls threw everything at us & it took a while for us to regroup & get on top. Nic went down with a knee injury - all the best for a quick recovery Nic! While Chris had a few problems after a hard knock but even with six players on court, our girls did us proud. Just shows what a close competition it is this year as you can’t take any game too lightly. This week we play the Rosebud girls who are flying at the moment! Another week of great netball so get down to Chelsea & cheer our girls on! Good luck to all Eagle teams playing this weekend! Fly Eagles!!

The Legends Mornington D Grade has a loss to a much stronger Sorrento that last time we met going down by 3 goals. Lots to learn from & improve on before we head into finals. Its going to be a big challenge today as we come up against top of the table YCW. C Grade had a great game winning by over 30 goals which shows the improvement as last we met we only won by 5. There was a lot of stand outs, Jac shooting

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but Olivia was BOC with her great intercepts all over the court. B Grade went down to Sorrento by 8 goals, exact same amount as the last time we met. We started super slow, missing plenty of shots at goal, lucky for us they missed even more. It was a defenders game for sure. 2nd quarter we kept them closer but still missing plenty of opportunities under the post. We beat them in the 3rd and matched them in the last but couldn’t claw back at the lead they had on us. We are looking great as a team but its too late for us now to place ourselves in the reach of finals. BOC Jess Gordon. A Grade also went down by 5 goals and again it was only 1 goal more than the last time we met. The girls had a huge battle, very physical game !! It was basically goal for goal and like the B grade we unfortunately are just out of finals contention. So we will also go into the next 4 rounds with no pressure and push out some good strong netball. BOC Georgia H. We all look forward to playing against YCW this weekend for what will be another physical round for all 4 teams.

Sorrento The players donned purple dresses & they looked fantastic in support of the Maddie Riewolt Vision (MRV). A Grade knew it was going to be tough as last time there was only 4 goals in it & it proved to be close again. With serious commitment to the ball & some quick thinking play we put our stamp on the game holding our advantage in the last ¼ despite a huge effort from M’ton. Best on Rebecca, Briana & Hannah. On a roll for B grade with our third win in a row, finally starting to bring all aspects of our game together & it’s paying off. Coming out with the intensity & defensive pressure, Sophie and Rachel gave it their all, picking off intercept after intercept. Chelsea, Tayla & Lily dynamic in centre court helped the team to an early lead. Let’s go girls! Best on Rachel, Sophie & Lily. C Grade had a tough day against a top 4 side with

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Netball Notes Division 1 everyone playing a full game. Brooke & Macy kept up their focus against strong goalers, Charlee, Ally & Grace took the tough drives down the centre. Sarah & Olivia worked combinations to find the ring. A loss but a game well played. Best on Charlee, Grace & Olivia. D grade were ready for a challenge yesterday against a strong Mornington team. A hard fought battle from both sides, with a small margin, & goal for goal majority of the game. Well done to the girls on pulling together & winning by three goals in the end. Best on Lily, Narelle & Indi. A huge thankyou to ALL SMILES a wonderful café & wedding venue for their great support.

Frankston YCW Last week the A grade girls came out firing against EdiAsp, starting off our first half ahead of them. All the girls were determined and hungry for the ball, creating tips and causing Edi to make errors which our girls chased up and converted. Our attacking end flowed nicely and were patient around the ring. BOC goes to Boults this week for her aggression to the ball and shutting down her opponent. Unfortunately we didn’t come away with the win but the growth and development we are having each week is incredible. B grade also started strong, converting our first few centre passes and applying lots of defensive pressure. Despite identifying key focus areas we needed to watch out for, we were unable to adjust and our drivers, leads, execution and vision dropped and were ineffective. BOC goes to KP for a strong defensive game giving 110%. C grade knew coming into the game it was going to be tough. We had a great first half of netball and really worked together as a team. Coming into the third quarter we just couldn’t pick up the momentum. We fought hard in the last but unfortunately it was too late with a 6 goal loss. Well done to Jaime for her consistent talking throughout the game. D grades winning streak also came to an end against last week. Edi are such a strong team and the loss has helped us identify some areas we need to work on. Defensively the girls were amazing with BOC going to Paige Rizzo who was controlled and had many intercepts in her 50th game.

Rosebud D grade, lost 32-28 So much improvement across the board girls. We are playing as a team which is great to see. Our game plan is being followed and this is reflecting in our ever improving scores on the board. Great work today. We just need to get all 4 quarters together. Best – Daekota Corrin & Chelsea Gibson C grade, won 38-55 We were looking forward to a tough game as last time we met it was a draw. But it seemed we came out to play some great netball. With all the hard work at training and getting back to basic things right it proved that we are a better team, great win. Best – Lauren Harvey & Tiahn Garlick B grade, lost 55-32 A big effort from our girls today. Intensity continued to increase as the game went on with amazing patches of play. Unfortunately Seaford were just too strong today. Keep working hard B grade, great effort. Best – Meredith Woods & Ashlee Farrelly A grade, drew 46-46 During a very physical first half we kept up with them and were down by only 6 at half time. With a massive third quarter, everyone working their guts out we came back to be only 2 down at 3/4 time. An extremely tough 4th quarter meant we needed to fight for every ball and use every turnover which we did, to come back and get the draw. Amazing stuff today girls against the top team in the comp! Thanks again to all of the girls for staying and cheering us on, we definitely heard you out there. Best – Emma White , Courtney McLennan & Millie McDermott Go Buds!

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Netball Notes Division 1 Bonbeach

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*to be read to the tune of Keep on Movin’ by Five* I wake up on Saturdays with this feeling Winning games our coming our way And if there’s sunshine or hail baby Nothing’s gonna get in Bonny’s way When our quads and calves are dying Gotta push, gotta keep on driving All the Bonny girls keep trying, ahh ahhh ahh ahh ahh ah Let the ball go, hold your ground and Don’t stop till the whistle be blowin’ Keep playing, don’t stop hustlin’ ahh ahhh ahh ahh ahh Keep your head up, even if we’re down Bonny, lift your team up off the ground Winning’s hard work, but it’s here to stay Keep on winning netty on Saturday! Congratulations to our A grade girls on a massive win over Mt Eliza last week. #finsup

So I’m writing the club notes & last time we played was pretty much 2 weeks ago so ST-ruggling to recall anything netball related. Not that anything netball related usually enters this blog... but it probably should. Our last training session turned into a big life lesson after our less than average on-court performances saw the introduction of cleaning to our training routine. The old linen house got a good old spit n polish with the chux wet wipes making an appearance and the hall receiving some TLC like it had never received before. And unlike the actual TLC there were scrubs. Safe to say after that we will be pulling our fingers out and getting back to our best netball... 4 weeks till finals and we are big kev excited. Anyway playing mt eliza this week - let’s hope they can put on some sunscreen and avoid those ‘red legs’.

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Mt Eliza

A split round this week, with C & D playing on Thursday night & A & B on Saturday. Lucky for C & D no fake tans we’re on yet, so they weren’t ruined in the rain. D started off with some flash dancing. Rhi did the splits mid game, whilst Goose came back a 3 yr break & didn’t skip a beat. Kiera made all the right turns, resulting in a great win! C were the next act with Cara tap dancing down the court, delivering the ball the Bess. Bec & Hol are now a well tuned duo in D. We got oh so close, but sadly the pythons had the last move. B grade arrived early Sat morning in a team first starting at 9. The girls came out as fast as Mad Zach’s shuffling. After 1/4 time, B grade was more focused on getting Ball ready & let a few easy ones slip. Our D worked hard all day & was so tight, the pythons were left with fake tan marks. But in the end, the pines were more hungry to the main meal & took the win. A nail biting A grade saw Musto doing the worm on court, but more worried about blending her tan after. GA Jen was dropping it like it was hot all day & graduated to GS. Em boogied her way around but sadly there was no backflip to finish off the game though. A Pines goal after the siren saw the girls lose a tough one, they moonwalked out & got glammed up for the Ball. This week we get around our Hocking fam & support ‘It’s Okay Not To Be Okay’. A sea of blue will not be discouraged. Lets show the sharks we’re a giant pod of Dolphins who are unbreakable. Go Bomber! #itsokaynottobeokay

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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: 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

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: 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

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

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

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

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

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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: 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

SEAfORD A & B GRADE A Coach: Meagan Dell B Coach: Tayla Robertson Jenna Foot Helen Wray Ashlea Foot Alesina Toleafoa Tayla Robertson Rachel Cosans Nichelle Liepa Claire Rottier Siobhan Inglis Tracey Dell Carley Walford Mim Hill Kellie Gravell Ashlee Gravell Ashleigh Mitchener Kara Hargrave Chelsea Robertson Hayley Dewhurst Sarah Hanlon

SEAfORD C & D GRADE C Coach: Ashleigh Mitchener D Coach: Michelle Liepa Alisha Hardy Kate Sofocleous Yvonne Ateli Abby Broomhall Raechelle Jacgung Keeley Davenport Natalie Thompson Nyreece Thompson Hana Rooata Sarah Jacobson Taylor Hine Lisa Stocker Emma Foster Tanya Mackey Maddie Hart Taylah Roach Danielle Lovett Stephanie Macpherson Prebhjot Kaur Gemma Tua Ella Keenan Bianca Davola Amy Robertson Hannah Liepa

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: 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: 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: 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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V 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

A GRADE Coach: Nicole Hadgkiss Emma Hallas Millie McDermott Emma Hallas Nicole Hadgkiss Emma White Nicole Chianta Courtney Mclennan Bethany Leach Ashlee Farrelly Lauren Robinson

B GRADE Coach: Nicole Hadgkiss Emma Hallas Taylah Turner Meredith Woods Gemma Couacaud Caitlyn McCrabb India White Shannon Young Sunnie Cottle Jess Smith

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

C GRADE Coach: Nicole Turner Lauren Harvey Casey Raphael Lily Wills Tiahn Garlick Tegan Turner Hollie Dunston Erica Payne

D GRADE Coach: Nicole Turner Alana Duck Bec Hansen Ellie Davis Alyssa Fernee Hayley berryman Heather Pearce Chelsea Gibson

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A Slice of MPNFL History Medal winners make their mark. By Doug Dyall A few weeks back we delved into the history books and took a detailed look at the contributors to the MPNFL who have had their names immortalised with the naming of league medals. In the Peninsula League – now Division One – the names E.V. Shade (seniors), Athol Davies (reserves) and Ken Lyons (under-19s) are associated with the pinnacle of individual excellence, while George Osborne (seniors), Howard Armstrong (reserves) and Bill Bosse (under-19s) enjoy the same privilege in Division Two, the former Nepean League. And it’s funny how these medals are won, with some players attracting special attention from the umpires throughout the season. Kyle Hutchinson Since the turn of the century just three players have polled 30 votes or more across the two leagues, with Frankston YCW gun Kyle Hutchison polling a staggering 35 votes in 2015. Sorrento’s Clint Sylvio had a magnificent 2002, winning with 33 votes, while Michael Gay from Mornington caught the umpires’ eye, polling 31 votes to take home the 2014 E.V. Shade Medal. In contrast, some years the talent pool is spread a little more evenly with Rye’s Ben Holmes and Rosebud’s Greg Bentley – who are both still going strong this season – sharing the Osborne Medal of 2011 with 14 votes. Dromana’s Adam Hunter and Rye’s Rhett Sutton shared the same award in 2006 with just 15 votes apiece. Hunter would go on to make it back-to-back awards in 2007. And it would appear the royal blue and red stripes of the Rye Football Club have most appeal to the whistle blowers with the Demons winning seven medals since 2000. Sorrento and Pines are next best with four, with Dromana and Karingal claiming three medals each. And last year’s winners, Paul Scanlon and Jason Kingsbury, have a decent chance of going back-to-back, with Grant Johnson (2000/01), Greg Doyle (2004/05), Hunter (2006/07), Chris Irving (2008/09) and Holmes (2010/11) proving the winning of these awards can be achieved in consecutive seasons. We have to wait until Monday 3 September, at the Mornington Racecourse, to find out which names will be added to an already glittering honour roll of champions.

PAST WINNERS SINCE 2000

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YEAR WINNER CLUB VOTES WINNER CLUB VOTES 2000 Brendan Moore Pines 24 Grant Johnson Sorrento 18 2001 Chris Kercheval Hastings 24 Grant Johnson Sorrento 21 Brett Anthony Somerville 21 2002 Murray Peel Mornington 19 Clint Sylvio Sorrento 33 2003 Michael Cain Rosebud 27 Peter Doll Pearcedale 23 2004 Greg Doyle Rye 21 Lee Martin Somerville 16 2005 Tim Scott-Branagan Chelsea 20 Greg Doyle Rye 27 2006 Anthony Lewis Chelsea 21 Adam Hunter Dromana 15 Bevan Malloy Karingal 21 Rhett Sutton Rye 15 2007 Doug Scott Karingal 20 Adam Hunter Dromana 17 Tim Mannix Edi Asp 20 2008 Chris Irving Seaford 19 Daniel Smith Red Hill 21 2009 Chris Irving Seaford 29 John Flack Tyabb 17 2010 Lloyd Williams Mt Eliza 25 Ben Holmes Rye 19 2011 Jamie Messina Pines 24 Ben Holmes Rye 14 Shane McDonald Bonbeach 24 Greg Bentley Rose 14 2012 Michael Burke Karingal 19 Ricki Johnston Dromana 18 2013 Rohan Heasley Mt Eliza 27 Leigh Treeby Sorrento 27 Jamie Messina Pines 27 2014 Michael Gay Mornington 31 Jay Bruno Rye 17 2015 Kyle Hutchinson YCW 35 Kris Bardon Rye 24 2016 Shane McDonald Bonbeach 22 Sam Fox Frankston 26 2017 Paul Scanlon Pines 24 Jason Kingsbury Frankston 22

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It’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/

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The Hillmen are flying...Can Dromana knock them down?

Division 2 - Round 16 Saturday 28th July 2018

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Footy Preview - Division 2 Will the big guns stay in the holster? By David Nagel Will Rikki Johnston and Jamie Mollo come out twirling pistols - or leave them firmly in the holster when Dromana and Red Hill collide in a dream shootout of the top-two teams at Pier Street today. Johnston has been the consummate gun-slinger this season, leading the Tigers to a 14-1 record, while Mollo and his men are the form team of the competition – winning eight on end including a six-point victory over the Tigers in round nine. So do they both go hell for leather, and try to gain a mental edge come finals, or is this the time to sit back and keep a few tactical moves in the tank? The simple fact is you don’t win premierships in July and both of these teams, no matter the outcome today, will still be in the box seat to have a serious crack at the title. After a dominant season, the Tigers will finish on top, while the Hillmen have an ace up the sleeve if they lose – in the form of a round 17 match-up between Karingal and Chelsea – that should see them finish with a double chance. Just defeat Hastings and Devon Meadows in the final two rounds of the season, both at the Red Hill Showgrounds, and the Hillmen will book a qualifying final date at Somerville on Saturday 18 August. They then get a crack at their first premiership since 1990. Jake Mold, Dylan Hoare and Marcus Dal Lago have been supreme ball-winners this year, with Jonah Siversen and Matt Hyden leading a creative and damaging half-back line. The Hillmen won by 40 points against Karingal last week, an impressive effort considering three of their four leading goalkickers, Ben Hughes, Jono Ross and Chris Irving, contributed just four goals between them. And the fourth player on the list, Sean Marchetti, didn’t even take to the stage.

Dromana had a scare last week against Tyabb, trailing with minutes left on the clock before Ethan Johnstone stood tall in a match-winning five minutes of footy. The Tigers kicked 4.12 to the Pier Street end of the ground and can’t afford those luxuries this afternoon. Sam Geurts, Terry Wheeler, Andy Howison and Beau Cosson have been rock-solid performers this year, while Rory Gregg is primed to take on the huge challenge of Harry Wynn-Pope in the ruck. This should be a belter, with Red Hill’s stingy defence looking to quell the number-one attacking force in the competition. It’s the Tigers by 13 points.

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Footy Preview - Division 2 Hastings will be out for its first win against a team currently in the top five when the Blues host Karingal at Thomas Barclay Oval today. The fifth-placed Blues are like the breakaway leader in a stage of the Tour De France at the moment, with a sixpoint advantage over the peloton – but on shaky legs with the finish line nowhere in sight. They need to win two of their last three games, no mean feat against the Bulls, Red Hill and Chelsea, to take their place in this year’s finals series. The Blues failed to flatter last week, starting slowly in a 21-point loss to Langwarrin that has thrown the finals door wide open. Experienced types like Luke Hewitt, Dale Alanis, Col McVeigh and Steve Robb were consistent after quarter time, but the damage had been well and truly done. The Blues were just too loose around the stoppages and cracked under the Kangaroos immense forward pressure. And there’ll be no respite against the Bulls, who will be keen to bounce back from their worst performance of the season against Red Hill last week. The Bulls were well in commission, just a goal down at half time, but conceded six goals to one in the second half to put their double-chance dreams in jeopardy. Andy Mathers, Steve McInnes, Dylan Gregson and Michael Burke will need to rectify the situation, bank the four points, and move on to crunch game against Chelsea next week. The winner of that game should finish top three. Hastings is a dangerous proposition at home – but it’s the Bulls by 14 points. If Langwarrin wins its last three games it should play finals this year and the Kangaroos face possibly the toughest of those encounters when they head to Tyabb to take on the Yabbies. What a thrill it is to say that about the Yabbies this year, that this game presents a bigger challenge to the Kangaroos than upcoming home games against Somerville and Pearcedale. But the Yabbies have well and truly earned that significant pat on the back in recent times. Their round five victory over Crib Point was celebrated joyously, but what the Yabbies have achieved in the last seven rounds has probably exceeded even their own high levels of expectation. Three wins, over Devon Meadows, Crib Point and Chelsea, and competitive performances against Hastings and Dromana over the last fortnight have Aaron Pacey and his side already earmarked as the big improvers of 2018. The Yabbies even had the temerity to lead Dromana in the dying stages last week, on the Tigers home deck mind you, before the ladder-leaders settled with two goals to Ethan Johnstone to win by 11 points.

Dromana is the next challenge confronting Jake Mold and the Red Hill midfield. Brendan Doyle and Aaron Turner continue to shine through the midfield, while Jake Anderson and Jack Doman have kicked 20 goals between them in the last three weeks of footy. Langy will need to be on their toes this afternoon. The Kangas worked their way back into contention with a strong win over Hastings last week, riding a fast start to a 21-point victory. Their forward pressure really did unsettle the Blues in the first quarter, and the Yabbies backline can expect more of the same today. Jesse Murphy was given far too much latitude in the opening term, while livewire small forwards in Josh Dormer and Dan Wehner tackled brilliantly and were too sharp around the packs. Mitch Cuthbert played a great game on Paul Rogasch, Nick Tuddenham was effective through the midfield, while Luke Churcher gave plenty of drive off centre wing. Ladder positions would suggest that only one team has something to play for here, but the sixth-placed Kangaroos know they will face a fired-up Yabbies outfit today. The Kangaroos destiny is not yet in their own hands – but they will by 13 points today and keep their finals dream alive. Chelsea last week booked tickets to its first finals campaign in seven years but still has plenty to play for when the Seagulls roll out the welcome mat for Pearcedale this afternoon. James Brain and his Gulls will be keen to emulate the deeds of that 2011 outfit, who finished third on the ladder to book a double chance. Both chances may have went by the wayside back then, but the platform for success was built.

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Footy Preview - Division 2 It’s very hard to win one from fourth or fifth on the ladder. The Gulls played an attractive brand against the Eagles last week, kicking six, six and five goals in the opening three quarters of the match. Reid Crowe and Todd Gardiner continue to find plenty of the Sherrin, while Matt Ponton took on the big job of stopping Eagles’ dangerman Billy Rolfe, and did so effectively. Curtis Bywater kicked five, while the first quarter of Andrew Silva, who ended the day with four, set the Gulls on the path to victory. Pearcedale ground out a tough win over Crib Point last week with Luke Daniel and Dan Heijden kicking three each and Luke Dalmau playing a scorcher through the midfield. Travis Bravo is another to have had a fine season this year, while Harry Prior and Ben Mitchell will be keen to test themselves today against Chelsea’s big-man department. The Dales won’t play finals, but can shape them with this important contest against the Gulls to be followed by a another against Langwarrin in round 18. Chelsea has so much to play for here. They need to win this and set themselves up for a massive clash against Karingal next week that will basically determine who finishes third on the ladder. Emulating the finish of that 2011 team would mean a hell of a lot to the Gulls – and they’ll take the next step with a 38-point victory. Rye won’t agree, but let’s hope the clash between Somerville and the Demons lives up to the first encounter between the teams when they line up at Jones Road today.

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Somerville came from the clouds against the Demons in round eight, overcoming a 28-point deficit at the nine minute mark of the final term to win by a straight kick in one of the more remarkable games of the season. Tim McGenniss ran rampant in the final term that day and you can bet there’ll be plenty of Demons looking out for the dangerous number five this afternoon. These two would appear to have found their mark, and battle it out today for the title of the best team in the bottom half of the ladder. The Eagles were terrible for three quarters against Chelsea last week, trailing by 78 points at the last break before kicking 6.6 to 2.3 in the final term. The damage may have been reduced, but the gap between the Eagles and one of the better teams in the competition was clear to see when the action was its hottest. Adrian Speedy battled hard from the first bounce, while Nick Mason, Drew Whittley and Luke Burton worked hard to narrow the margin in the final term. Rye’s finals hopes were finally extinguished by Devon Meadows last week, losing by three points after holding a slender advantage at the first three intervals. Leigh Morse claimed his biggest bag for the season with three, while Tyrren Head, Jye Lloyd and Pete Hampton kept the Panthers honest until the final siren. When the Demons look back, if they’re honest, the two losses to the Panthers will be concrete proof that they weren’t ready to play finals this year. They’re close, but not quite there yet.

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Footy Preview - Division 2 This one will go down to the wire again, with McGenniss to kick the winner and get the Eagles home in a thriller by two points. Devon Meadows will be keen to atone for the lowest point of its season when the Panthers welcome Crib Point to Glover Reserve today. Coach Glenn Michie cut a forlorn figure just seconds after the final siren back in round seven, left to contemplate a 15-point loss to the Magpies – the Panthers fourth in a sixgame losing streak. It wasn’t just the scoreboard that told the story that day, it was the Panthers inability to match the Magpies’ intensity in that last-quarter showdown that would have frustrated Michie the most. But, somehow, the Panthers have bounced back well, winning three of their last six games – and there could be more to come. Wins over Somerville and Rye over the last two weeks have the Panthers in a confident mood, with the Magpies and Tyabb providing the perfect opportunity to build on the win column over the next fortnight. A round 18 trip to Red Hill might be a little more difficult. Michael Theodoridis has proven a real ace up forward, while Liam Drew, Joel Hillis, Gav Kerr and Stef Baumgartner were all instrumental in last week’s three-point win over Rye. Cribby was much improved against Pearcedale last week with Brendan Phillips, Dave Cook and Brad Arnold taking it right up to the Dales until the final siren. The Magpies have a tough fortnight ahead, against Dromana and Karingal, so will be treating this as their last chance to secure a victory. Making it two from two against the Panthers would cap off a tough season in style for Nathan Johns and his boys. But the Panthers have been in good nick off late and they’ll make it three on the trot with a 22-point victory.

Tipsters Shaun Connell AFLSE Leagues Manager Chelsea Devon Meadows Dromana Karingal Somerville Tyabb Last Round - 6 Chris Holcombe Interleague Coach Chelsea Devon Meadows Dromana Hastings Rye Langwarrin Last Round - 4 Simon Mc Evoy Leader Chelsea Devon Meadows Red Hill Karingal Rye Langwarrin Last Round - 4

Nicholas Smedley Steller Chelsea Devon Meadows Red Hill Hastings Rye Langwarrin Last Round - 4

Haydn Parsons AFLSE Operations Pearcedale Devon Meadows Dromana Karingal Somerville Tyabb Last Round - 4 Lachy Kelly RPP FM Chelsea Devon Meadows Dromana Hastings Somerville Langwarrin Last Round - 5 Gary Sanford Bendigo Bank Chelsea Devon Meadows Dromana Hastings Somerville Langwarrin Last Round - 5 Doug Dyall MPNFL Historian Chelsea Devon Meadows Dromana Karingal Rye Langwarrin Last Round - 5

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Andy Mathers will be looking for a big game for Karingal against Hastings.

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Scores, Ladders, Goal Kickers SENIORS

SENIORS

Chelsea 6.4 12.8 17.10 19.13.127 Somerville 3.3 4.6 4.10 10.16.76 Chelsea Goals: C. Bywater 5, A. Silva 4, D. Willett 3, J. Brain 2, R. Crowe 2, J. Hargreaves, L. Krieger, B. Clark. Best: R. Crowe, M. Ponton, T. Gardiner, S. Mitchelhill, C. Bywater, A. Silva. Somerville Goals: A. Peile 2, A. Speedy 2, N. Gillis, B. Sedgwick, T. Burton, J. Allsopp, L. Haskett, J. Haskett. Best: N. Mason, D. Whittley, L. Burton, L. Haskett, A. Speedy, L. Hughes. Dromana 3.2 5.9 9.14 11.19.85 Tyabb 1.3 4.9 7.11 10.14.74 Dromana Goals: B. Holmes 4, E. Johnstone 3, S. Fowler 2, R. Johnston, T. Wheeler. Best: S. Geurts, T. Wheeler, R. Gregg, A. Howison, Z. Muschialli, W. Gregson. Tyabb Goals: J. Doman 4, J. Anderson 3, M. Altenkirch, B. Harbinson, D. Sawyer. Best: B. Doyle, A. Turner, P. Ransom, M. Altenkirch, L. Rogan, S. McArtney. Langwarrin 6.3 8.7 12.10 13.12.90 Hastings 3.0 6.0 9.1 11.3.69 Langwarrin Goals: J. Dormer 3, J. Murphy 3, G. Brown 2, D. Wehner 2, M. Naughton, M. Parker, N. Tuddenham. Best: M. Cuthbert, L. Churcher, N. Tuddenham, L. Davies, K. Busuttil-Inglis, H. Golby. Hastings Goals: L. Hewitt 3, P. Rogasch 2, N. Gray, B. King, C. Bevan, J. Marasco, D. Paarlberg, D. Alanis. Best: S. Robb, C. McVeigh, L. Hewitt, D. Alanis, A. Vinson, M. Foy. Pearcedale 5.3 7.6 13.7 16.10.106 Crib Point 4.4 5.7 10.9 14.13.97 Pearcedale Goals: L. Daniel 3, D. Heijden 3, B. Mitchell 2, Z. Hill, M. Kennedy, D. Albert, L. Cowell, A. Simmons, H. Prior, T. Bravo, D. Scully. Best: L. Daniel, L. Dalmau, D. Hussey, D. Heijden, J. Ostrom. Crib Point Goals: J. Fisk 2, R. Jamieson 2, B. Davidson 2, E. Smith 2, L. Herrington, N. Shannon, S. Henshaw, M. Jamieson, D. Cook, S. Kilduff. Best: B. Phillips, E. Avis, B. Arnold, D. Cook, J. Fisk, N. Rutherford. Rye 4.4 5.7 9.10 9.16.70 Devon Meadows 3.3 4.5 9.6 11.7.73 Rye Goals: L. Morse 3, N. Strickland 2, H. Whitty 2, W. Swayn, T. Head. Best: T. Head, J. Lloyd, P. Hampton, H. Whitty, N. Strickland, L. Morse. Devon Meadows Goals: M. Theodoridis 5, J. Harmes 2, T. Aust 2, J. Hillis, A. Adams. Best: L. Drew, J. Hillis, G. Kerr, M. Theodoridis, S. Baumgartner, K. Beveridge. Red Hill 3.4 5.4 9.6 11.11.77 Karingal 1.1 4.4 4.6 5.7.37 Red Hill Goals: J. Ross 2, Z. Vines 2, B. Hughes, D. McNamara, J. Mold, H. Wynn-Pope, C. Irving, B. Sanders, M. Dal Lago. Best: J. Mold, L. Chandler, J. Siversen, Z. Vines, T. McEncroe, D. McNamara. Karingal Goals: S. McInnes, A. Mathers, J. Archdeacon, M. Burke, S. Jamieson. Best: M. Burke, D. Gregson, S. McInnes, M. Russell, A. Mathers, A. McInnes. RESERVES Chelsea 4.6.30 v Dromana 6.11.47 v Langwarrin 7.8.50 v Pearcedale 11.8.74 v Rye 8.11.59 v Red Hill 7.6.48 v

Somerville Tyabb Hastings Crib Point Devon Meadows Karingal

10.4.64 9.6.60 9.11.65 6.5.41 4.6.30 3.6.24

UNDER 19s Chelsea 1.2.8 v Dromana 12.9.81 v Langwarrin 19.11.125 v Pearcedale 1.5.11 v Rye 30.18.198 v Red Hill 7.5.47 v

Somerville Tyabb Hastings Crib Point Devon Meadows Karingal

17.14.116 2.7.19 0.5.5 17.16.118 1.0.6 4.10.34

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

RESERVES

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

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

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15 14 1 0 15 11 3 1 15 11 4 0 15 11 4 0 15 9 6 0 15 7 7 1 15 6 9 0 15 5 10 0 15 5 10 0 15 5 10 0 15 4 11 0 15 1 14 0

1474 837 176.11 1273 733 173.67 1239 917 135.11 1288 967 133.20 1278 1107 115.45 1053 1053 100.00 1086 1165 93.22 1149 1226 93.72 997 1203 82.88 978 1473 66.40 932 1291 72.19 672 1447 46.44

56 46 44 44 36 30 24 20 20 20 16 4

15 12 3 0 15 11 3 1 15 10 5 0 15 10 5 0 15 9 5 1 15 9 6 0 15 8 7 0 15 8 7 0 15 5 10 0 15 4 11 0 15 2 13 0 15 1 14 0

974 594 937 470 900 594 856 624 857 676 798 548 945 590 841 585 574 840 491 1070 402 975 358 1367

163.97 199.36 151.52 137.18 126.78 145.62 160.17 143.76 68.33 45.89 41.23 26.19

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15 15 0 0 15 13 2 0 15 11 4 0 15 11 4 0 15 10 5 0 15 9 6 0 15 7 8 0 15 5 10 0 15 4 11 0 15 4 11 0 15 1 14 0 15 0 15 0

1374 307 1486 419 1131 472 981 543 1048 519 1154 496 870 821 582 1130 510 1120 523 1345 494 1195 215 2001

447.56 354.65 239.62 180.66 201.93 232.66 105.97 51.50 45.54 38.88 41.34 10.74

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

TEAM Langwarrin Chelsea Devon M Hastings Dromana Dromana Tyabb Red Hill Somerville Chelsea

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

Rye Karingal Chelsea Red Hill Langwarrin Devon M

4 2 0 0 0 0

36 31 25 20 19 19

UNDER 19 Logan Sandford Dylan Allen Nathan Allen Shannon Read Anthony Beale

Red Hill Rye Langwarrin Langwarrin Karingal

0 12 8 1 2

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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 19.13.127 v Somerville 10.16.76 Dromana 11.19.85 v Tyabb 10.14.74 Langwarrin 13.12.90 v Hastings 11.3.69 Pearcedale 16.10.106 v Crib Point 14.13.97 Red Hill 11.11.77 v Karingal 5.7.37 Rye 9.16.70 v Devon Meadows 11.7.73

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 Devon Meadows TWO WINS! The club was celebrating two wins on the weekend as the pink silks of Ken Keys Racing was able to provide plenty of delight for the punters at DMFNC, in other news the Seniors are also celebrating two wins on the trot (pun intended). It was a great fight from our Seniors finishing with 2 on the bench and it was our young guns that were able to step up and speaking of silk our very own Joel Hillis was able to kick what would be the winning goal to defeat Rye by 3 points, it was good to see Chase Harris kick his 1st goal for the Seniors and even better seeing him kick number 2! (Must get it from the old man) and a best on performance from Liam Drew. The Reserves fought hard all game but were unable to finish the game strongly and the Under 19s keep on battling with limited numbers. Today we are back for our second last home game celebrating Christmas in July against Crib Point so make sure you have your ugly sweater on with prizes to be won for best dressed, a full roast dinner and beers flowing, we may not have Santa, but we can promise a jolly trainer with a beard and a belly that will be yelling “Go the Tiges” if they beat the Pies today. Remember our Past Players Day and Sponsors Day will be on the 4th of August so make yourselves available for what should be a cracking day. Look forward to seeing everyone back in the rooms after the game. GO MEADOWS

Rye Tomorrow is Family Day at the St Andrews Beach Brewery from 12.30pm. Open to all our supporters, players and families, both Football & Netball. Come out and mingle together at the magnificent St Andrews Beach Brewery. Friday August 3rd is our Legends Luncheon at the Rye RSL, with John Platten, Jason Dunstall and Dermott Brereton. $130 per ticket, includes 2 course meal and drinks, from 12.30pm – 4.00pm. 2 out of 3 ain’t bad they say, but 3 from 3 would have been a whole lot better. The seniors going down to Devon Meadows by 3 points in a see-sawing game that was played in great spirit and intensity, well done to Devon on a close fought win. A shame we couldn’t get over the line in Jye Lloyd’s 100th game and also in Billy Swayn’s debut game. Billy becomes the 61st father & son player at Rye since 1946. Best in the seniors were Tyrren Head and Jye Lloyd, closely followed by Peter Hampton, Harry Whitty, Stricko, Morsey and Kirkas. The reserves are back on the winners and a massive game

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today against Somerville to keep their finals hope alive. Great games by Kyle Lynch, Dekka, Smithy, Apps and Wheels. A week is a long time in football and for the U/19’s they really wanted to put the Karingal game behind them and start again. Well a big win over Devon may have helped. Massive game today against Somerville, so lets see what side trots out today. 12 goals to Dylan Allen last week in a BOG performance and great games to Jayden Thomas, Zac Jennings Maxy, Rowso and Goldy.

Hastings Welcome to all our former past players and officials, its always a great day when former team mates get together, Not a great day at Langwarren last week with only the Reserves coming out on top. The day started with the under 19,s coming up against a good young Langy team, unfortunately Hastings did not have a full field of players and played short of players all match, but the players who did turn up had a real crack, its a credit to those boys for really putting in a great effort well done. The Reserves had another good win and now sit 2 points clear on to of the ladder, at half time it looked like the Blues were going to record a comfortable win, but Langy had other ideas and came out firing after half time, and by 3/4 time the game was up for grabs, but Hastings steadied and recorded a good win, the best thing was when Hastings was challenged, they absorbed the pressure, held their composure and kicked away at the end, great win. Unfortunately the same cannot be said for the Senior side, an opportunity to sew up a finals spot, was totally blown away by a Langwarren side that knew that it was their last chance to try to make finals, the Roos came out firing and blew Hastings away in the first term, it was a very disappointing display from Hastings, maybe we are just not hungry enough for success, are we fit enough? Sponsors Westernport flooring xtra Burke Bond Partners Terry White Chemist Hastings Anytime Fitness Hastings

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Footy Notes Somerville Welcome back to the nest for our last home game of the season! Today we host Rye and are hungry to get three wins on the board! Last week we went down to Chelsea, it was a day to forget for the Seniors who went down convincingly. The boys showed promising signs in the last outscoring Chelsea, however one solid quarter of good footy won’t win us the game. Let’s hope we can bring four strong quarters this week! The Reserves had a big win with Barnes, McMahon, Urwin & Skinner leading the way. Let’s get the hat-rick today to make in 3 in a row. The 19s also won convincingly in a one sided affair. The boys were relentless and the win sees them sitting a game clear in 5th. It will be a tough game against Rye today but if the boys want to play finals they must win! Moroney, Martin, Foulds were among the best. Today we welcome past players from the 2000 premiership team in what is set to be a big day for the club! Let’s go out with a bang for our last home game!

Tyabb What a week for the club!! An appearance on Channel 9’s Footy Show and then big games against Dromana. And it keeps getting bigger with a massive day for our club today. Not only do we get a chance to prove how much we have improved but also tonight we have Kangaroos greats Wayne Carey & Corey Mckernan coming down to entertain us with their stories. On last weeks efforts our Under 19 boys went in a little under-manned through injury against Dromana on Saturday but were brave in defeat with the score not being a true reflection of the difference between the two sides. The boys continue to give their best and never give up and this has been a trait they have shown all season.” Our 2s boys celebrated there best win of the year knocking off top 3 side Dromana. The boys played with desperation in defence and skillful flair to come away with the points. Better players; Ravenhall, Pearson, Nicholls, Barrington-Smith & Elliott. In the seniors we were up against the ladder leaders and the boys certainly didn’t back down from the challenge. In an entertaining game that went down to the wire. We

hit the front with ten minutes to go but were just unable to hold on with Dromana kicking the last two goals of the game. Doman with 4 and Jake with 3 led the goal scorers. Our womens team faced a tough game against Eastern who were 4th on the ladder but we were able to win by 9 goals. Upcoming Events- Team of the Decade : August 4th Presentation Night : Friday August 31st at Frankston RSL

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Looking to bounce back here in Hastings today after a hard day up on the hill last Saturday Netball lead the way last week with 4 wins from 5 games with the U17s coming up short but showing great improvement from last time the two teams met The Unders tested themselves against the ladder leaders again and whilst not getting the points took positives from winning all but one quarter with a number of players unavailable The 12pm boys seemed a little sluggish and never really got going so will be looking to bounce back hard this week A late change for the 2pm game due to a rubber band injury (wait, what?) was not the ideal start and was compounded by injuries early in the game hampering rotations and key positions. Again with quite a few out due to injury the boys kept at it but the Hillmen got the points At home the SistaBulls took the points over a talented Seaford and are really finishing their season off strongly Couple of big events coming up are the $5k draw on Sept 14th and player sponsors day next week at home 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 players Talent Show ‘Ladies Night’ - 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 #RedWhiteBOOM Bullseye

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A few 1990 Premiership players in the green shed watching the Seniors put away an old foe in Karingal were heard to say, “they boys were looking the goods”. Karingal, a team sitting second, could only manage 1 goal in the second half of football, a great effort by a tight backline, great support from a hard working mid field, top this off with a forward line working like a well oiled machine, things ARE starting to look good. Jonno “Sticks”Ross and Zac Vines got a couple of snags each. Jake Mold and Lachie Chandler dominated and Jonah Siversen must have felt sick with leather poisoning having so much of the footy. This week another big challenge up against the oldest of foes in Dromana. Lets retain the Bluey Holmes shield. The Magoos continued their good form with a a strong win over the Bulls. This sets up a great contest with Dromana who sit just below us with same points. Hopefully Prinsy retains the Mullet as it certainly was a sight to behold. James G keeps finding the goals, and like the Ones the back line was superb. Torren Powell, and the Afro remain super consistent. The Unders came up against the biggest challenge this season, and they simply stuck to the plan. Happy’s boys should be sponsored by Amazon, they just keep delivering the goods. Sam”The Hyphen” is made of teflon, no one can stick a tackle on him. JJ kicked another 5 and Iain “Soup” Campbell just keeps the midfield ticking. Auction night tonight back at the club. The Mountain Goat.

Langwarrin This week we travel to Tyabb hopeful of having 3 wins. Important games for all three teams, our form last week was good and we will need to be on our game from the first bounce. Last week saw us have a huge win in the 19’s, a close loss in the 2’s and a great 29 point win in the seniors. The result in the seniors was especially pleasing. Having lost to Hastings a short while ago it was good to turn that outcome around. We played great football, some of our best for the year, and managed to keep scoreboard and physical pressure applied all day. Mitch Cuthbert, Red, Tuddy, Ash, Church , Dormer and Davies were good all day, and were the standouts amongst a team. The boys played like a team with a renewed focus and understanding of what is required for further success for the remainder of the year. It was a great team effort! Every single member played their part. In the reserves J. Johnsen, A. Johnson, D. Nash, J. Longley, J. Curry all played well. We had our chances but just lacked the polish to get the win, going down by 15 points.

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The Under 19’s had a day out, winning by over 100 points and Nathan Allen kicking 8. Other good players included B. Mate, L. O’Halloran, B. Holloway, N. Allen, L. McDonald. It was good to see the big crowd last week at Lloyd Park, and see such good quality games. With finals approaching we will need to remain focused if we want to play our part in them. Thanks to the entire Langwarrin football community.

Pearcedale What a great week of football we had with wins for the Reserves and Seniors in front of past players and officials. Congratulations to Dillon Duncan on his 150th game for the club. Congratulations to those who were awarded the Steve Taig Memorial Medallion. These awards were presented in memory of Steve Taig who sadly passed in September 2017. Steve joined the PFNC committee coming up from the Juniors and worked tirelessly for the club. He served as bar manager for many years and in all sorts of other roles within the club. Steve and his family all contributed to the club for over 10 years and this week we would like to offer our thanks and appreciation for their efforts. Steve is greatly missed at the club. Vale Steve Taig. Heading into the end of the season there are many functions coming up. July 28 iPod shuffle. If you haven’t chosen your song don’t despair there will be some available tonight. Grab your costume and head to the club. August 4 Home game. Sponsors Day with Jason Akermanis luncheon. Tickets are available for $60. See Mandy. August 11 Away game. Head back to the rooms for a drink after our last game of the season. August 18 Annual Major Draw. $100 tickets for 2 people, food and drink (beer, wine and soft drink) from 2pm to 5pm. DJ Juddy will play some tunes after the draw. Get your tickets from a committee person, a player or ask for a book and sell them off yourselves. Friday 21 September Presentation night in the rooms. Stay tuned! #upthedales

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Footy Notes Dromana Welcome to the round 16 top of the table clash between Dromana and Red Hill sponsored by Bendigo Bank. As we get towards the business end of the season and with the seniors sitting three games clear on top of the ladder we need to be gearing up for the finals and today presents us with a great opportunity to do that. Last round saw a mixed bag of results with the U19s easily accounting for Tyabb and lead all game to run out 62 point winners. The Reserves struggled from the get go trailing at ever break and eventually losing by 13 points to a side 6 places below us on the ladder. It is time for the experienced heads in the team to enforce the team rules and stick to the game plan that had us sitting in second place on the ladder two weeks ago. This weeks game is vital so that we again get an opportunity to regain a double chance position. It was a much different Tyabb team that presented against our Seniors on Saturday and they put us under constant pressure at every stage of the game and even though we led marginally at every break there was still the feeling that the slightest slacking of concentration by Dromana and Tyabb would have seized the opportunity. Tyabb headed Dromana in the last term but as good sides do we stuck to our structures and fought back to take an 11 point win. EVENTS 12th August - Major Raffle. Tickets from Board Members 15th September - Presentation Night. Book with Tara. 28th September - AFL Grand Final Luncheon at Peninsula Club. GO TIGERS!!!

Chelsea Firstly, all the best to Matt Gardiner who plays his 200th senior game for the Club this week, by any standards just a wonderful achievement, well done Champ. Also a big tick for our President Michael Davis for his input with regards to the interview that went to air on The Local Footy Show last Thursday, just first class, and yes mate ( We are Chelsea ) On to the Footy and the Under’s had another tuff day but continue to show up. Best were Riv, Paddy,Jack, Ash and Austy. Stick Fat boy’s you have all done a great job this year for the Footy Club. The 2’s were undermanned and fell short in a solid contest, Mitch Koch really hitting some form together with Matt

Silva and Josh Hermans, also Vince and Cory Edmunds both played well. Finals still a real chance Team so let’s all get to training please !! In the Seniors I thought for the first 3 quarters we smashed it and no doubt the response we needed after the previous week. We went through the motions in the last, good win but should have been better. Reid, Todd, Curtis, Pont’s, Andy S and Simmo all very good. We had a guy go down Sat which was extremely sad, get better quickly Herd’y as you have been great for our Club since arriving in 2017, please get around him !! Another home game this week as we march toward’s Finals so to everyone please keep turning up. Huge thanks also to Brain’y, Todd and Curtis for helping out the mighty Under 14’s last Thursday night, they had a win on Sunday. See you at the Gullery !

Crib Point A travel to Pearcedale began very well for Crib Point last weekend in the football with the U19’s putting in a fine effort to secure a 107-point win over the Panthers. The magpies asserted their dominance over their opposition early and it set the tone for the match. Versatile swingman Tom Panich brought his kicking boots bagging 8 goals in a dominant display up forward. The reserves side hit the field fairly optimistic of their chances of knocking over a bottom placed Pearcedale. It was a tight contest between the two for the majority of the game with the pies narrowing a 4-point quarter time lead to 2 points at the end of the third. Unfortunately, it wasn’t to be, with the Panthers running over the top of the Magpies in the last ending the game 5 goals in front. Will Larkin & Daniel White were tough contributors all day. The senior side approached their hit out with Pearcedale in the same fashion as the reserves side; fairly optimistic about their chances. A fast start to the game saw both teams feature on the score sheet early with a 9 goal quarter resulting in the Panthers taking a short lead into quarter time. They stretched their lead to 16 points coming into the last and managed to hold off a gallant Crib Point side who went down by a narrow 9 points in a high scoring contest. Jarrod Fisk stood up when it counted kicking 2 goals while Brendan Phillips was a rock in defence. This week we play Deavon Meadows. Another great chance for all teams. Go Pies!

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NoahBonetto Max Turner JoshuaBoase Jacob Dornom DeaglanHanrahan Charlie Noonan Keegan Snaddon Andrew Wilson Jack Conroy Alister Fuller William A’Vard Nathan Harris Shane Jake Hall Stern BaileyReilly Liam Arnold Andre Miller Hayden Horscroft Bailey Marchesani Aidan Corbett MichaelJohnson Joshua Ryan Nathan Riley Bracun Porter Aaron Daniel William Brewster AidanPilgrim Jack McIlfatrick Harrison McIntyre

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karingal hastings

karingal hastings

Colours: Royal RedBlue & White & White Coaches Senior: Senior: Ricky Brett Dunne Ferraro Reserves: Reserves: Dan LukeLehmann Forsyth U19: U19: Michael Pat Foy Treip

Colours: Royal RedBlue & White & White Coaches Senior: Senior: Ricky Brett Dunne Ferraro Reserves: Reserves: Dan LukeLehmann Forsyth U19: U19: Michael Pat Foy Treip

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 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31 32 32 33

33 Dylan Jake Hewitt Gregson 34 Damien Ashcroft 35 34 Ricky Ferraro Callan Dixon (C) 36 35 Matt Clifford (VC) Grant 37 36 Scott Paxton Jansen Aaron 38 37 DavidJack Hull Matt Stanley 38 Richie Vandenham (RVC)39 40 Luke 39 Paul VanRaay Rogasch (C) 41 Brad Occhipinti 40 Ben King 42 Jake Kelly Foy 41 Matthew 43 Jordan Jones 42 Micky Cave 44 Duncan Proud 43 Colin McVeigh 45 Bailey FreyBoland 44 Matthew 46 Dylan 45 KayneHadfield Lewis 47 Aaron Paxton 46 Michael Turville 48 Andrew McInnes (C) 47 Steven Robb 49 Zane Merdanovic 48 Luke Smith 50 Justin Farrelly 49 Luke Clark 51 David Hirst 50 Nathan Gray 52 Zac Bartling 51 James Marasco 53 Tom 52 Joel Matthews Standfield 54 Aaron Lees 53 Dale Alanis (VC) 55 Chris Matthews 54 Shaun Foster 56 Todd Farrelly 55 Danny Edwards (RC) 57 Nathan McDonald 56 Liam Platt 59 Liam Bennett 57 Chris Maloney 60 Steven McInnes 58 ChrisJackson Watson 61 Matt 59 Daniel Lehmann 63 Blake Simpson 60 Ben Schroen 64 Jason Hinde (RVC) Luke Hewitt 65 Mason Russell Simon Clancy 67 Brendan Dunne ThomasMathers Redmond 99 Andrew Joshua Ward Michael Burke

Taylor Stratton Richard Mathers Ryan WadeMcDonald Delahaye D’arcy Garton Josh Mulheron Jesse Ramirez Steven Williams Dalton Thomas-Staines Chris Lehmann (RC) Tim CoryBunawan Bevan Jonah Cassera Terry Green James FraserPretty Rendall AJ Fowler Matt Sawosz Jack Birthisel Matthew Henry Steve Sean Mihevc Hewitt Brett Kain Burns Stratton Zac Gibson Dylan Paarlberg Matt Burnett Jaysen Bradshaw Grant Goodall Carey Sawosz Mad Nord-White Cody Weir Andru JamesPlakorakis Forecast Geoff GrantHibberd Masterson Caine Pearce Sean Scarlett Tom JakeDelves Dade-Bell Brendan Lord Daniel Metcalf Jake Smyth Kaylen Jansen Levi Dixon Alex Stratton Brock Osborne Ash Harrison Chris James KurtArchdeacon Bentley Jake Jess Dobrota Jeremy Bunawan Ethan Williams Tom Phipps Aaron Vinson Jake Smith John Smith Max Smith Travis Puntaroni

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33 Dylan Jake Hewitt Gregson 34 Damien Ashcroft 35 34 Ricky Ferraro Callan Dixon (C) 36 35 Matt Clifford (VC) Grant 37 36 ScottPaxton Jansen Aaron 38 37 DavidJack Hull Matt Stanley 38 Richie Vandenham (RVC)39 40 Luke VanRaay 39 Paul Rogasch (C) 41 Brad 40 Ben Occhipinti King 42 Jake Kelly Foy 41 Matthew 43 Jordan Jones 42 Micky Cave 44 Duncan Proud 43 Colin McVeigh 45 Bailey FreyBoland 44 Matthew 46 Dylan 45 KayneHadfield Lewis 47 Aaron Paxton 46 Michael Turville 48 Andrew McInnes (C) 47 Steven Robb 49 Zane Merdanovic 48 Luke Smith 50 Justin Farrelly 49 Luke Clark 51 David Hirst 50 Nathan Gray 52 Zac Bartling 51 James Marasco 53 Tom Matthews 52 Joel Standfield 54 Aaron Lees 53 Dale Alanis (VC) 55 Chris Matthews 54 Shaun Foster 56 Todd Farrelly 55 Danny Edwards (RC) 57 Nathan McDonald 56 Liam Platt 59 Liam Bennett 57 Chris Maloney 60 Steven McInnes 58 ChrisJackson Watson 61 Matt 59 Daniel Lehmann 63 Blake Simpson 60 Ben Schroen 64 Jason Hinde (RVC) Luke Hewitt 65 Mason Russell Simon Clancy 67 Brendan Dunne ThomasMathers Redmond 99 Andrew Joshua Ward Michael Burke

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Jordan Jack HillKeher (VC) ShelbyBattams Corey Burnett Jack Winton Lachlan Hinde (C) Daniel Jai TreipHenry Lachlan Josh Pohle Barton Ben Paarlberg Anthony Beale Patrick Langdale Nathan Villella (VC) DanielDavies Noah Slocombe PeterSaunders Zac McGee (C) CorbinDiVenchenzo Dylan Pett LukeHolton Zac McVeigh LachlanTapolscay Steven Austin Benjamin Ash Cadd O’Brien Liam Deas Chris McInnes Jayce Young Lachlan Saunders Baylee Ardley Damon Hookem Caleb Watkins Brodie Mitchem(VC) Kyle McClenahan

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John Smith Max Smith Travis Puntaroni

Under 19’s

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

Taylor Stratton Richard Mathers Ryan WadeMcDonald Delahaye D’arcy Garton Josh Mulheron Jesse Ramirez Steven Williams Dalton Thomas-Staines Chris Lehmann (RC) Tim Bunawan Cory Bevan Jonah Cassera Terry Green James FraserPretty Rendall AJ Fowler Matt Sawosz Jack Birthisel Matthew Henry Steve Sean Mihevc Hewitt Brett KainBurns Stratton Zac Gibson Dylan Paarlberg Matt Burnett Jaysen Bradshaw Grant Goodall Carey Sawosz Mad Nord-White Cody Weir Andru JamesPlakorakis Forecast Geoff GrantHibberd Masterson Caine Pearce Sean Scarlett Tom JakeDelves Dade-Bell Brendan Lord Daniel Metcalf Jake Smyth Kaylen Jansen Levi Dixon Alex Stratton Brock Osborne Ash Harrison Chris James KurtArchdeacon Bentley Jake Jess Dobrota Jeremy Bunawan Ethan Williams Tom Phipps Aaron Vinson Jake Smith

Kyah Karavalisis Zachary Holland Luke Farrelly Lachie Clasby Brad Little Hickey Christopher Jarrod JordanSullivan Twaites Eric VanSchalwyk Michael Tanner Harley Earle Reece Redfern Ryan McNamara Matthew Foy Aiden Roberts Angus McBain Cody Stewart-Fry Jack Bennell Austin Brown Alex Occhipinti Sean Burns Milo Radonovic Sam Morgan Jackson Chapman

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Jordan Jack HillKeher (VC) ShelbyBattams Corey Burnett Jack Winton Lachlan Hinde (C) Daniel Jai TreipHenry Lachlan Josh Pohle Barton Ben Paarlberg Anthony Beale Patrick Langdale Nathan Villella (VC) DanielDavies Noah Slocombe PeterSaunders Zac McGee (C) CorbinDiVenchenzo Dylan Pett LukeHolton Zac McVeigh LachlanTapolscay Steven Austin Benjamin Ash Cadd O’Brien Liam Deas Chris McInnes Jayce Young Lachlan Saunders Baylee Ardley Damon Hookem Caleb Watkins Brodie Mitchem(VC) Kyle McClenahan

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Kyah Karavalisis Zachary Holland Luke Farrelly Lachie Clasby Brad Little Hickey Christopher Jarrod JordanSullivan Twaites Eric VanSchalwyk Michael Tanner Harley Earle Reece Redfern Ryan McNamara Matthew Foy Aiden Roberts Angus McBain Cody Stewart-Fry Jack Bennell Austin Brown Alex Occhipinti Sean Burns Milo Radonovic Sam Morgan Jackson Chapman


somerville rye

somerville rye

Colours:

Colours:

Royal RoyalBlue Blue&&Gold Red

Royal RoyalBlue Blue&&Gold Red

Coaches Senior: Senior:Andrejs Josh Moore Everitt Reserves: Reserves: Marcus Will Casey Gordon U19: U19:Tim Leigh McDonald Morse

Coaches Senior: Senior:Andrejs Josh Moore Everitt Reserves: Reserves: Marcus Will Casey Gordon U19: U19:Tim Leigh McDonald Morse

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves 1 2 3 44 55 66 77 88 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 22 23 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31

Oscar Josh Westerman Whitty Adam (C) Justin Kirkwood Allsop Nick SteveRowson Crowe Kyle JoshLynch McMahon Tom Baker Tim McGenniss Gabe Nocella Ryan Gillis Harry AdrianWhitty Speedy(VC) Harrison Richardson Nathan Gillis Nick Strickland Yiann Marandos Joel Wills Lee Koerner Ben Dickson Luke Burton Scott Sterling MarcusRice Bate Hagan Tom Burton Beau Gaudion Billy Rolfe Leigh Morse (DVC) Bailey Nation Doogie Howie (RC) Tom Roberts James Appleford Sam Adams Jimmy Jennings Matt Wylie (RVC) Ben Sedgwick Tyrren Head Jackson Stapleton Jye LeviLloyd Hughs Matt Luke Hill Rowe Daniel AndrejsSchwind Everitt Harley Cole Travis Finn Will Cooper Austyn Fawcett Ben KaneTrivett McKenzie Josh Gana (RVC) Tom Beckett Matt McIndoe Corey Dow Dayne Thomson Jake Haskett Daniel Cimino JesseBaron Walker-swain Nick Liam Gruar Lachlan Findlay

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Kalani Ryan Jedd Sutton Peter Hampton Will Shields Tim Mazurek Michael Vanplew Toby Woodford Ben Neuchew Harrison Wilson Jack Skinner Jarrod Richards Matt Harrison Brady Bryce Egan Dunn Zal NickWhite Mason Jack Burford Brad Rowe Ryan Taylor Jack Rolfe Dekodda Thomson - Irwin Zane Martin Jayden Thomas Lachie McGenniss Matt Whelan Drew Johnston Whitley Jesse Rhys Palmer Mitch Hillyear DeclanHarris Snow Micth RyanDunn McMahon Cam NiallGordon Young Gus Sam Dow Callum Barnes Matt AidenJames Peile Campbell Robbins Williams Bailey Steve MitchTweedly Nation Josh Cameron Jack Barbour Ben Closter Cameron Mills Angus Angus Emery Sweeny-smith Merv Watkins Sam McDonnell Matt Dunn Sam Cahill Nathan Hardy

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Oscar Josh Westerman Whitty Adam (C) Justin Kirkwood Allsop Nick SteveRowson Crowe Kyle JoshLynch McMahon Tom Baker Tim McGenniss Gabe Nocella Ryan Gillis Harry AdrianWhitty Speedy(VC) Harrison Richardson Nathan Gillis Nick Strickland Yiann Marandos Joel Wills Lee Koerner Ben Dickson Luke Burton Scott Sterling MarcusRice Bate Hagan Tom Burton Beau Gaudion Billy Rolfe Leigh Morse (DVC) Bailey Nation Doogie Howie (RC) Tom Roberts James Appleford Sam Adams Jimmy Jennings Matt Wylie (RVC) Ben Sedgwick Tyrren Head Jackson Stapleton Jye LeviLloyd Hughs Matt Luke Hill Rowe Daniel AndrejsSchwind Everitt Harley Cole Travis Finn Will Cooper Austyn Fawcett Ben KaneTrivett McKenzie Josh Gana (RVC) Tom Beckett Matt McIndoe Corey Dow Dayne Thomson Jake Haskett Daniel Cimino JesseBaron Walker-swain Nick Liam Gruar Lachlan Findlay

Clay Max Jeans Urwin Jack Moroney Campbell Robbins Mitchell Brander Nick Rowson Lachlan Haskett Danny Vance Todd Thomas Dupas (VC) Jayden Yeowman CeeLachlan Jay Hegger-Roney Liam White Jackson Allen Zac Robinson Cameron Anthony Lucas Donazon Harry Suttcliffe Connor Vincent Dylan AllenElliot Jackson ZacBryce Jennings Martin Kalani Ryan Travis Barnett GusCharlie Gordon Dixon JasonBarnes DeSilva(C) Clayton Jack Wilkinson Tom Oussa Michael Bryan Kelly Finn Mitchell Mantell Jarrod Richards JoelJames Wills Limanis

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Kalani Ryan Jedd Sutton Peter Hampton Will Shields Tim Mazurek Michael Vanplew Toby Woodford Ben Neuchew Harrison Wilson Jack Skinner Jarrod Richards Matt Harrison Brady Bryce Egan Dunn Zal NickWhite Mason Jack Burford Brad Rowe Ryan Taylor Jack Rolfe Dekodda Thomson - Irwin Zane Martin Jayden Thomas Lachie McGenniss Matt Whelan Drew Johnston Whitley Jesse Rhys Palmer Mitch Hillyear DeclanHarris Snow Micth RyanDunn McMahon Cam NiallGordon Young Gus Sam Dow Callum Barnes Matt AidenJames Peile Campbell Robbins Williams Bailey Steve MitchTweedly Nation Josh Cameron Jack Barbour Ben Closter Cameron Mills Angus Angus Emery Sweeny-smith Merv Watkins Sam McDonnell Matt Dunn Sam Cahill Nathan Hardy

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 12 12 14 13 15 16 14 17 15 18 17 19 18 20 19

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Matt MielliVan Straaten Nathan KyleVella Barnes Caleb Austyn Alex SearleFawcett Toby Hurd Max Scharpenack Mann JessDaniel Goldsmid Jet Mepsted Ben Closter (DVC) Hayden Young Billy Swayn (DVC) Tyler Young Dustin Broadhurst Sam McDonald Lachlan Glover Matt Harrison Linton NickHardy Mason Zane Martin Lachlan Kupsch James Venturini Jordan Hoffman Aiden Holden Zac Foulds Cameron Mills Christian White

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Clay Max Jeans Urwin Jack Moroney Campbell Robbins Mitchell Brander Nick Rowson Lachlan Haskett Danny Vance Todd Thomas Dupas (VC) Jayden Lachlan Yeowman Cee Jay Hegger-Roney Liam White Jackson Allen Zac Robinson Cameron Anthony Lucas Donazon Harry Suttcliffe Connor Vincent Dylan AllenElliot Jackson ZacBryce Jennings Martin Kalani Ryan Travis Barnett GusCharlie Gordon Dixon JasonBarnes DeSilva(C) Clayton Jack Wilkinson Tom Oussa Michael Bryan Kelly Finn Mitchell Mantell Jarrod Richards JoelJames Wills Limanis

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Matt MielliVan Straaten Nathan KyleVella Barnes Caleb Austyn Alex SearleFawcett Toby Hurd Max Scharpenack Mann JessDaniel Goldsmid Jet Mepsted Ben Closter (DVC) Hayden Young Billy Swayn (DVC) Tyler Young Dustin Broadhurst Sam McDonald Lachlan Glover Matt Harrison Linton NickHardy Mason Zane Martin Lachlan Kupsch James Venturini Jordan Hoffman Aiden Holden Zac Foulds Cameron Mills Christian White

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langwarrin tyabb

langwarrin tyabb

Colours: Maroon, Royal Royal BlueBlue & White and Gold Coaches Senior: Aaron Pacey Senior: Blake McCormack & Josh Beard Reserves:Ashley Matt Hose, Bradley Reserves: MooreNick & Brett Mills Andrew U19:U19: Gavin Hiku &Brady Travis Lee

Colours: Maroon, Royal Royal BlueBlue & White and Gold Coaches Senior: Aaron Pacey Senior: Blake McCormack & Josh Beard Reserves:Ashley Matt Hose, Bradley Reserves: MooreNick & Brett Mills Andrew U19:U19: Gavin Hiku &Brady Travis Lee

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 23 24 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 30 30 31 31 32 32 33

Michael Parker Darcy Underwood Zach Andrewartha Aaron Pacey Blake Brad Peach Harbinson Nicholas Hammill(VC) (DVC) Jake Anderson Shane (RC) EthanTanirau Rahilly (C) Andrew Taylor (RVC) Aaron Turner (VC) Ashley Brock Fenech Regan Jesse Murphy Jordan Thomas Shane Paterson (RC) Cory Robinson Mitchell Mathie Logan Pearson Blake LiamHarkness Rogan (C) Nicholas Rowan Tuddenham McGrath (DVC) Mark McGill Ash Planner Shelton Rosario Brendan Doyle Corey Kane Moore Johnston Luke TheoChurcher Oostveen(DVC) Corey Hanger Andrew Whalley (RC) Daniel Nash Matt Ravenall Jayden Johnsen Jack Doman Joshua Biggs Mitch Uongo Matthew Peynenborg Sean Miller Blake Brad McCormack Williams Gerard Darcy Brown Sawyer(VC) Mathew Windsor Luke Allen Mitchell Porter Mick Altenkirch Jason Curry Simon Rahilly Sam MattSchaede Dimkos Eddie Parsons Paul Ransom Sean Herdman Trevor Jarvis Joshua Hollaway (RVC) Nick Bradley Bayleigh Tate James Holland-Burch Haydn Golby Geordie Scott

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Michael Hare Dale Binks Kyle Inglis TimBustell Agnew-Elliott Mitchell Cuthbert Ryan Regan Matthew Naughton Matt Hose Thomas SpencerBranch Mcartney Dan Wehner Jordan Alves James JasonLongley Baxter Patrick Justin L’Huillier Mitchell Zac Davies Tom Booth Cody Jake Howard Gaillard Anthony Totaro Jayden Regan Sam Foggie Harry Jones Jack Oshea Casey Rich (RVC) Anthony O’Rourke - Ryan Blake Delaney Aaron Marks Jock Jones Nathan Whyte Matt Brock Jack LaceyCoulter Hayden Kieran AaronAlbanese McGough Zac Foot Sam Barrington -Smith Kyle Allen Jarryd Wetzel Ashley Moore Riley Krog Adam Tate Nathan Buchan Adam Eggleston Sam Holland-Burch Ayden Collins Jayden Jones Brian McCleod Dan Nicholls Jacob Todd Brooker Lithgow Shane Urbans Matt Grazules Jack SamHenderson Goldsbury Rhys Lloyd Geoff Scown Lachlan Davies Luke Hickson-Heppell Jesse Bice Nick Leskovec Brendan Casper

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Michael Parker Darcy Underwood Zach Andrewartha Aaron Pacey Blake Brad Peach Harbinson Nicholas Hammill(VC) (DVC) Jake Anderson Shane (RC) EthanTanirau Rahilly (C) Andrew Taylor (VC) (RVC) Aaron Turner Ashley Fenech Brock Regan Jesse Murphy Jordan Thomas Shane Paterson (RC) Cory Robinson Mitchell Mathie Logan Pearson Blake Liam Harkness Rogan (C) Nicholas Rowan Tuddenham McGrath (DVC) Mark McGill Ash Planner Shelton BrendanRosario Doyle Corey Kane Moore Johnston Luke TheoChurcher Oostveen(DVC) Corey Hanger Andrew Whalley (RC) Daniel Nash Matt Ravenall Jayden Johnsen Jack Doman Joshua Biggs Mitch Uongo Matthew Peynenborg Sean Miller Blake McCormack Brad Williams Gerard Brown (VC) Darcy Sawyer Mathew Windsor Luke Allen Mitchell Porter Mick Altenkirch Jason SimonCurry Rahilly Sam MattSchaede Dimkos Eddie Parsons Paul Ransom Sean Herdman Trevor Jarvis Joshua Hollaway (RVC) Nick Bradley Bayleigh Tate James Holland-Burch Haydn Golby Geordie Scott

Leith Bassett Jordan Murphy Minotti(VC) Nathan Allen Ben JoshPorra Dormer (DVC) Harrison La Fontaine Kye Whitford James Dee-Scullion Ned McDonald Nic JoshDodemaide Mathie Spencer Forbes Bayde Mate Johnny Bannan (VC) Darcy Wilson Will Hose Blake Hollaway Lachie Cox (C) Jesse Peacock Harrison Jansz Jacob Allan (C) Mitchell Davies Liam McDonald James Easton Will Davis Zane Danger Shannon Read Casey White Zac Pryde Kaden Latcham Bailey Smith

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Michael Hare Dale Binks Kyle Inglis Tim Bustell Agnew-Elliott Mitchell Cuthbert Ryan Regan Matthew Naughton Matt Hose Thomas SpencerBranch Mcartney Dan Wehner Jordan Alves James Jason Longley Baxter Patrick Justin L’Huillier Mitchell Zac TomDavies Booth Cody Jake Howard Gaillard Anthony Totaro Jayden Regan Sam Foggie Harry Jones Jack Oshea Casey Rich (RVC) Anthony O’Rourke - Ryan Blake Delaney Aaron Marks Jock Jones Nathan Whyte Matt Brock Jack Lacey Hayden Coulter Kieran AaronAlbanese McGough Zac SamFoot Barrington -Smith Kyle Allen Jarryd Wetzel Ashley Moore Riley Krog Adam Tate Nathan Buchan Adam Eggleston Sam Holland-Burch Ayden Collins Jayden Jones Brian McCleod Dan Nicholls Jacob Todd Brooker Lithgow Shane Urbans Matt Grazules Jack SamHenderson Goldsbury Rhys GeoffLloyd Scown Lachlan Davies Luke Hickson-Heppell Jesse Bice Nick Leskovec Brendan Casper

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

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HarrisonKyle Kidd Nathan Jack RichRowley Nathan Brayden White Liam O’Halloran Ben Miller Ethan Watts Erem MitchVaipo Kirkman Blake Byrne Harrison Potts Nathan Smith Blake Fisher Jason Slinger Beau Scoble Jake Griffin Josh Mack Thomas Rickard Jordan Crawford James Bravo Lachlan Ryan BullCross Nash DeMalseed Prinse Jackson Ollie Aik Coates Paul Mitchell Mooney

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Leith Bassett Jordan Murphy Minotti(VC) Nathan Allen Ben Porra Josh Dormer (DVC) Harrison La Fontaine Kye Whitford James Dee-Scullion Ned McDonald Nic JoshDodemaide Mathie Spencer Forbes Bayde Mate Johnny Bannan (VC) Darcy Wilson Will Hose Blake Hollaway Lachie Cox (C) Jesse Peacock Harrison Jansz Jacob Allan (C) Mitchell Davies Liam JamesMcDonald Easton Will ZaneDavis Danger Shannon Read Casey White Zac Pryde Kaden Latcham Bailey Smith

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HarrisonKyle Kidd Nathan Jack RichRowley Nathan Brayden White Liam O’Halloran Ben Miller Ethan Watts Erem MitchVaipo Kirkman Blake Byrne Harrison Potts Nathan Smith Blake Fisher Jason Slinger Beau Scoble Jake Griffin Josh Mack Thomas Rickard Jordan Crawford James Bravo Lachlan Ryan BullCross Nash DeMalseed Prinse Jackson Ollie Aik Coates Paul Mitchell Mooney

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Netball Preview - Division 2 Hastings has it all to play for By David Nagel A lot needs to go right for Hastings to be a participant in this year’s finals series but the Blues can do themselves a massive favour today by defeating a fired-up Karingal at Hastings. This is it for the fifth-placed Blues – no more second chances – as they look to hunt down Tyabb who currently sits in fourth place. The Yabbies have a tough contest of their own today, taking on ladder-leading Langwarrin, meaning victory against the Bulls could propel the Blues right into the thick of the action. If things pan out their way, it could all come down to percentage to see who finishes in that coveted fourth position. Percentage – it’s sort of like the fluid you need to wipe your car windows – you don’t realise how important it is until it’s a little too late! But first the Blues must overcome the massive challenge of the Bulls – who have won their last five outings. Hastings had its chances against Langwarrin last week, trailing by a goal at three-quarter time before falling off the pace in a 10-14 final term. Madelina Nyoul (GD) and Hayley Morton (GK) kept the Langy goalers in check, while Sarah Hosking (WA), Darcy Lambert (WD) and Doveton recruit Lesila Seeto (C) played brilliantly through the midcourt. The Bulls have been on fire of late and were ruthless against Red Hill last week. They are keen to fend off Crib Point and retain second spot on the ladder, a mission that could be accomplished when the Bulls and Magpies collide in a round-18 showdown. Isabella Riddell (GA) shared the goal-scoring duties with Abuk Kenyang (GS) and Breanna Neighbour (GS) last week, while Renee Brewster (GK) and Amelia Haugen (GD) gave nothing away in defence. Both teams have massive prizes to play for here – but it’s the Bulls to end the Blues finals dreams and keep their toptwo prospects alive with a seven-goal victory. Tyabb bounced back to form with a win over Dromana last week but will need to lift the bar even higher when Langwarrin pays a visit to Bunguyan Reserve. The Yabbies have struggled with injuries and unavailability this year and it’s a credit to their depth that they still remain in fourth position. Kylie Heib (GD) played her first A Grade match for the season against the Tigers, combining well with skipper Caitlin Watson (GK), while Megan Williams (WD) and Dani Slaughter (C) showed a touch of class in covering for the loss of Sarah Hose. Langy also had to dig deep last week, playing a great last quarter to roll Hastings.

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Coach Sara Drain was missing, meaning Emily and Zoe Zeuschner, Jayde Travers and Sally Leonard had to really stand up in a pressure-packed final term. This is another big challenge for the Kangaroos…but they’ll win by six goals. Devon Meadows and Crib Point will be as fresh as a daisy when the Panthers and Magpies strut their stuff at Glover Reserve today. Both teams had a day off last week - the Panthers keen to finish their season off strongly while the Magpies are preparing for a very difficult premiership defence. Cribby just needs to keep winning, and then roll Karingal in round 18 to grab second place on the ladder. Ebony McDermott (GS) and Shaye Williams (GA) are dialling in the radar while Dionne Douglas (C) is leading the midcourt with a touch of class. The Panthers were unlucky against Somerville in round 14, losing by a goal, with Bryoni Hardeman (C), Lucy Hoogenboom (GK) and Jenelle Bain (GA) giving a nice balance across the court. But today is a big ask…and it’s the Magpies to win by 10. And local rivals Dromana and Red Hill finish off the round in what should be a great contest at the Dromana Primary School today. The Tigers will be disappointed they are not playing finals this year but players like Karli Foster, Emily La Roche, Bev Miller and Emily Pratt have given their all this season. It’s just such a tough competition to succeed in. Red Hill has had a really tough draw of late, playing Langwarrin, Crib Point and Karingal, and will enjoy the challenge of playing a non-finals team today. There’s no excuse for sisters like Emilie and Katie Baird, and Isabella and Matilda Shannon, to not know each other’s games and they will push the Tigers to the limit. But it’s Dromana to win by eight goals. Chelsea and Somerville have the byes.

Poetry in motion. Isabella Riddell fires over the top of Emilie Baird as Sienna Wills and Abuk Kenyang enjoy the best seats in the house.

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Netball Results & Ladders A Grade

Chelsea 41 v Somerville Dromana 38 v Tyabb Langwarrin 49 v Hastings Pearcedale 0 v Crib Point Red Hill 25 v Karingal Devon Meadows – Bye.

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TEAM P W L D F A % P Langwarrin 14 13 1 0 730 485 150.52 56 Crib Point 14 11 3 0 559 380 147.11 48 Karingal 13 10 3 0 608 391 155.50 48 Tyabb 14 10 4 0 647 475 136.21 44 Hastings 13 8 5 0 539 438 123.06 40 Dromana 14 7 7 0 503 560 89.82 32 Dev Meadows 13 5 8 0 398 439 90.66 24 Chelsea 13 3 9 1 435 554 78.52 22 Somerville 14 4 9 1 431 551 78.22 22 Red Hill 14 3 11 0 438 634 69.09 16 Pearcedale 14 0 14 0 122 503 24.25 4

Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Red Hill Rye

B Grade

24 v Somerville 71 v Tyabb 49 v Hastings 28 v Crib Point 24 v Karingal 31 v Devon Meadows

50 49 26 47 46 50

TEAM P W L D F A % P Somerville 15 14 1 0 810 394 205.58 56 Karingal 15 14 1 0 772 411 187.83 56 Dromana 15 12 3 0 761 605 125.79 48 Langwarrin 15 11 4 0 675 476 141.81 44 Tyabb 15 8 6 1 609 524 116.22 34 Crib Point 15 7 8 0 548 541 101.29 28 Red Hill 15 6 9 0 541 541 100.00 24 Hastings 15 5 8 2 459 654 70.18 24 Dev Meadows 15 4 11 0 474 652 72.70 16 Chelsea 15 3 11 1 423 574 73.69 14 Pearcedale 15 2 12 1 364 744 48.92 10 Rye 15 1 13 1 434 754 57.56 6 Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Red Hill Rye

C Grade

38 v Somerville 46 v Tyabb 28 v Hastings 15 v Crib Point 21 v Karingal 35 v Devon Meadows

14 13 17 35 40 35

TEAM P W L D F A % P Dromana 15 14 0 1 528 326 161.96 58 Karingal 15 14 1 0 600 309 194.17 56 Crib Point 15 12 3 0 586 388 151.03 48 Chelsea 15 11 3 1 519 370 140.27 46 Langwarrin 15 8 7 0 375 399 93.98 32 Tyabb 15 5 8 2 350 387 90.44 24 Red Hill 15 6 9 0 431 491 87.78 24 Dev Meadows 15 3 9 3 434 466 93.13 18 Somerville 15 4 11 0 397 505 78.61 16 Rye 15 4 10 1 341 464 73.49 18 Hastings 15 3 12 0 220 563 39.08 12 Pearcedale 15 2 13 0 344 467 73.66 8

Chelsea Dromana Langwarrin Pearcedale Red Hill Rye

D Grade

15 v Somerville 37 v Tyabb 35 v Hastings 25 v Crib Point 21 v Karingal 27 v Devon Meadows

44 21 11 31 48 25

TEAM P W L D F A % P Somerville 15 14 1 0 528 374 141.18 56 Karingal 15 13 1 1 607 268 226.49 54 Dromana 15 12 2 1 389 328 118.60 50 Langwarrin 15 10 3 2 537 251 213.94 44 Crib Point 15 9 6 0 410 370 110.81 36 Rye 15 8 6 1 350 415 84.34 34 Pearcedale 15 6 9 0 410 397 103.27 24 Tyabb 15 5 9 1 318 391 81.33 22 Chelsea 15 4 11 0 319 444 71.85 16 Dev Meadows 15 3 12 0 390 517 75.44 12 Red Hill 15 3 12 0 255 513 49.71 12 Hastings 15 0 15 0 157 602 26.08 0 Red Hill Pearcedale Langwarrin Dromana

Under 17

46 v Karingal 44 v Crib Point 3 v Hastings 36 v Devon Meadows

29 3 36 29

TEAM P W L D F A % P Pearcedale 14 13 0 1 638 211 302.37 58 Red Hill 13 10 2 1 615 292 210.62 50 Hastings 14 10 4 0 576 270 213.33 44 Dromana 13 9 4 0 488 315 154.92 44 Karingal 13 4 9 0 316 403 78.41 24 Dev Meadows 14 4 10 0 363 518 70.08 20 Langwarrin 13 3 10 0 258 512 50.39 20 Crib Point 14 0 14 0 74 807 9.17 4

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Netball Notes Somerville

Crib Point

Our first time taking on Chelsea at their home courts resulted in a mixed bag of wins, losses and even a draw. D Grade - The girls were determined to perform better than the last time they met Chlesea, and they did just that. There will definitely be some things to work on for our lead up to finals, but the girls are gelling well and are on track for a strong finals series. C Grade - Unfortunately the C Grade didn’t carry on their one game winning streak this week. Even though the girls didn’t get the result they were after, they are continually building on what they have learnt throughout the season, and are bringing this to the games week in week out. They will be bringing everything against Rye this week at home to try to get a win on the board. B Grade - We came up against Chlesea and were determined to play the game on our terms. We finished the game 50-24 winners. The B Grade are confident their teamwork and determination will continue to be evident on their road to finals. A Grade - The A Grade girls took on Chelsea who were sitting on equal points on the ladder. The A Grade have been getting on with it week after week even with our injury plague and different combinations each game. They finished with a draw which may in fact hurt more than a loss. A week off against Rye will be welcomed. Today we take on Rye at home. With the A grade resting up, we hope that we can show our dominance in the B, C and D grades and take away the wins today.

U/17 were very quiet in the first quarter & improved as the game progressed. Showing their growth as a team they halved the score difference from their first meeting earlier this season. BOC Emma for her passing & vision. D Grade strung four strong quarters together. Our defensive pressure was phenomenal creating lots of turnovers. BOC went to Michaela who played an outstanding game in center. C Grade started slow in the first quarter, making too many silly mistakes that resulted in turnovers. The girls found some composure in the second which flowed into the rest of the match. They finished strongly scoring 14 to 2 in the last. A sign of what is possible if we string 4 solid quarters together. BOC went to Laura who had an outstanding defensive game. B Grade played an amazing team game. The talk on court really lifted, which applied extra pressure on the opposition & stepped up the intensity, really committing to taking intercepts, which was made possible by the full court defensive pressure. Our second quarter effort won us the game, which was an outstanding team performance. We steadied winning by 19pts. BOC went to Georgia. Congratulations to Holly Adams who has played 150 club games. Holly has played netball with Crib Point since 2009 when the competition commenced. Holly is a dedicated club person, team captain & has won multiple B&F awards. Holly is our first netballer to reach this milestone & I’m sure we will see her on the netball court for many more years.

Karingal The bullettes headed to “the shed” at Red Hill for a day of physical, hard fought netball. U17’s started off well, proving how far they’ve come since the start of the season and working together fantastically as a team. Unfortunately Red Hill were too good for the girls and had a handy lead early on. The D grade girls produced a fantastic four quarters with tightly contested defensive work from Kelly Proud and some fancy feeding from Briohny Greenough sealing the match with a 27 goal win. C grade didn’t have it all their own way, working hard under pressure to convert their turnovers. But consistency and a team performance lead by captain Tayla Sutton broke the score away to a 21 goal win. B grade girls played one of the more physical games of the season, working hard to find space and keep cool under pressure. The girls ran away with a 22 goal win. A grade flexed their muscles leading from the onset with clean and crisp ball movement and incredible shooting from Bella Riddell leading them to a 41 point win Today we’re away again at Hastings where our A grade are looking for redemption from last round. GO BULLETTES!

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Netball Notes Pearcedale

A tough but enjoyable weekend of netball against a very strong club in Crib Point. Our under !7s continued their winning form with a 44-3 point win with all girls showing their versatility and ability to play in all positions on the court. Congratulations to mid courter Jess Small for taking out the Scott Taig medal. Awesome Jess. D grade went down 25-31 mainly due to a second quarter lapse in concentration. Highlights included some lovely clean intercepting by Linda and smart feeding into the ring by Shae Culton who was also clever enough to take out the Scott Taig medal. Congratulations Shae. Unfortunately C grade couldnt get a win for Ambers !00th game. She was however showered in love and best wishes from all her team mates and club officials. Congratulations Amber, you are a true club champ. Brooke was outstanding in defence as to was Krispy showing her clean hands. Congratulations to Krispy who took out the Scott Taig medal. An impressive second half of netball saw our B grade turn around a very slow start to go down 28-47. Goal shooter/ attack Tahlia was very impressive from long range. Jacqui Higgins who took out the Scott Taig medal was very impressive playing on a very tall shooter using her fast feet to advantage. A big congratulations to Jacqui on her performance. Congratulations to Crib Point on a very impressive performance. Pearcedale Number One Ticket Holder

Rye Rye welcomed Devon Meadows last Saturday. D grade started the day off very well, playing some solid Netball. Devon really applied some pressure on the Demons, which saw Rye make some unnecessary errors. Rye led by one goal at the first break. In the second term Devon really put the foot down, working well together, which put Devon in front by 3 goals at half time. The last half was very even right until the end. Defensive pressure from both teams was phenomenal. Demons just got over the line by a two goal win!! Best: Tori Edwards C grade had a good start against Devon, playing some good Netball. Goalscorers, Emily and Shannon worked well together, with Gen and Sue moving the ball fluently through the midcourt! Defenders put some great pressure on Devon’s goalscorers, turning over every ball. It was a close game for the entire time. Final score was 35-35. Great job to both Rye and Devon! Best: Emily Harris

B grade had a good start against Devon last Saturday but they were just that little bit better on the day. Demons had good patches of play but weren’t consistent for the full 60 minutes. Devon took the win by 19 points. They will look to improve there mentality moving forward and hope to bring a couple more wins home before the conclusion of the 2018 season! Best: Rach Janckovic

Red Hill The U/17s were dynamic this week . With Katie resting, all nine of the girls proved that they can be very strong contenders. With goals being shot at above 90% accuracy & a 25+ point win, everyone proved how ready they are for finals. Star players included Eliza, in the mid court& Nhyah, who’s shooting accuracy, ability to read play was outstanding. D grade girls played like a team working hard for all 4 quarters. Madi shot confidently and Lucy B was solid through the center. Our defence trio of Imy, Lucy S and Saskia were strong against a tight and experienced opponent. With some key defenders out our C grade team again pushed top four Karingal to within a three goal margin! D graders Saskia stepped up to GD with Jess Land Immy also stepping up to roles. These players are just some of our ‘young talent’ squad that pave many successful seasons to come. B grade up against ladder leaders were a worthy opponent. Defence worked together to make the most of loose balls, the mid court were tireless in trying different options to the feed the goalers and our goalers stood tall, mixed it up and were confident in their shots. A grade faced genuine finals contender today in Karingal. Our sideline support was appreciated by the girls on court. With Sienna leading from the defence our young goalers were giving plenty of opportunity to shoot. Great to have so many sister combinations on court today for Redhill. Six sisters playing together! Showing Redhill is a family club.

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Netball Notes Devon Meadows

Dromana

Last week the 17s headed down to Dromana and the Seniors headed down to Rye. B Grade - A very slow start, to the game with only 13 goals scored by both teams. A change in game plan, and some strategy works to use saw the girls move into third gear!With ball movement, space, good pressure & composure the girls stepped up to the challenge set. From there the team grew in confidence and built a 20 goal lead going into the fourth. Keeping the momentum going, setting a goals team target the girls were focused to achieve.... hitting the big 50 was a huge effort by all players. BOC Chi - positive game play, great space & two intercepts up court!! Keep the winning feeling going ladies, this week is another opportunity!!! C Grade - What a great game! Players stuck to the game plan, worked hard for every ball, kept the movement going & places the ball into the right spot. Heading into the fourth quarter, 3 goals up it was going to be about composure & who could out last the quarter.A couple of crucial turnovers gave Rye a run on the ball.... goal for goal in the dying minute, Rye’s last goal sinking on the buzzer for a stellar end of the game, to draw with us.BOC: Em Edwards, who kept working at each play, getting hands on ball & steady bringing the ball down court. D Grade - came out firing on Saturday in a very close game against rye. The girls went into the last quarter at an even score as they went goal for goal right until the last few minutes! Unfortunately rye got one important turn over and won by 2 goals. The girls fought hard and showed some great attacking plays down the court. Award: jess for giving it 110% 17s - Taking on Dromana again we were set for a tough game! But this week we made them work for it, getting off to a strong start even being a couple goals ahead at quarter time. Unfortunately Dromana werent going down without a fight and their depth and experience helped them get over the line in the last half. BOC to Ebony to putting in a strong effort and showing tight defensive pressure. This week we are back at home and welcome Crib Point to the Den. Always a great challenge and well fought out game in all grades. Upcoming functions - Tonight Christmas in July - $25pp - Next week is Player and Sponsor day - for players with sponsors, please ensure you let them know. A marquee with food and drinks up on the hill will be set up with a fire pit to keep them warm. 1 hour free beer, then half price drinks thereafter. GO PANTHERS

Last week saw us at home against Tyabb but the U17’s started the day with a great close game against Devon Meadows with scores level at quarter time the girls powered on to take the match by7. Coaches award went to Macca who also backed it up with a Coaches award in D grade. D Grade also started with a close one but after half time lifted to another gear and took the match by 16. C grade came out firing only allowing Tyabb to score 5 goals to the Tigers 31 in the first half safe to say the girls had a great win. Coaches Award went to Clary. B Grade also started strong and came away with a great win Rivvy scoring a lazy 48 goals for the game but Coaches award went to Milly. A Grade started off with a close game then we were already one down and then we lost Ruby with a knee injury. The girls stayed strong but in the end went down by 7. Coaches Award went to Bev. We also celebrated Sahra Dupuys 100th club game. Sarz has been an all rounder playing both ends of the court and has also coached Sarz can always be heard arond the court and has been a big part of the Netball Squad on and off the court. Well done Sarz. This week also brings up Belinda Ingrams 100th game get around her Congrats Bel Go Tigers

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Tyabb Similar to the rest of the squads, D Grade were down on players last round against Dromana. Thankfully Em Q was back from injury & could ease the pressure. Dee continued to build on her good form & Kels stepped up to the challenge of goals. At half time we were down by just 2 goals but Dromana hit the accelerator & stretched their lead dramatically in the 3rd. Despite the final result,the girls were stoked with their efforts after managing to triple their score last time these sides met. C Grade had to rely on fill ins to field a side this week and went down by a big margin to the undefeated Dromana side.

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Netball Notes Mikayla stepped up from d grade and worked hard all game both in defence and bringing the ball down the court. Darcey worked well in a couple of different goaling combinations and the girls didn’t give up all game. We look forward to having a full side next week. B Grade had a tough start to the match and struggled to recover from that point on. The C grade girls that filled in for us did an excellent job, as well as Stepha making her return to the goal circle. A Grade had a much needed win and one that showed the depth that we have in our sides. Kylie stepped up for her first full game in A grade for the season and showed how her tough, competitive nature can still be shown in A grade. We were able to build across all 4 quarters and kept ourselves in the finals hunt. We look ahead now to challenge to step up a notch as we head into the final few weeks.

Chelsea

D grade knew Somerville were going to be tough opponents. Losing by 5 points last time, we thought we’d come close to a win. Unfortunately, Somerville proved why they are on top of the ladder, applying great pressure and goaling accuracy. Our shooters and defenders swapped ends in the fourth, with Ella and Awatea shooting their first goals. While we had a disappointing loss, it was great to see the girls having fun in the last quarter. C grade went into the first break with scores level. Then our intensity lifted and we piled on goals with our defence working hard to turn over the ball. Pam had a great second half providing a brilliant run through the mid court. Georgia was strong in the goal ring, grabbing plenty of rebounds and slotting 25 goals. We look forward to another win at home again next week. After a huge loss to Somerville last time B grade knew we were in for a hard game. The girls smashed out the first quarter with Jayde M getting plenty of turnovers, and Jade L and Hannah bringing the ball down the court. Though our goalers were accurate and the girls improved their game from last time, unfortunately wild passes led us to defeat. A grade killed it again this week. With four of our original seven out, we managed to fill a side. Improvement was seen from the start of the season where Somerville got the better of us. Even though it was the first time we’d played together we stayed composed, just losing our way in the last minute to eventually draw.

Langwarrin Round 15 saw us take on Hastings U/17’s kicked started off in wet conditions. Our girls showed some great plays against strong opponents but unfortunately Hastings girls were too strong coming away strong win. D Grade is where Langwarrins losing stopped. Strong from the outset great combinations under the ring made

it hard for Hastings defenders. Langy by 23 C Grade again came out firing. The girls really played as a team and it showed that when we go out and work together we can be a strong unit. Langy by 11 B Grade, After a loss last week really hurt our girls and they came out with some goals to achieve on court. Those goals were met and we had a handy win. Langy by 23 A Grade was a very close battle. Hit by injury and players unavailable. We were pushed by a strong lineup in Hastings. It wasn’t until the last 10mins of the game that we were able to kick away. Langy by 5. Langwarrin would like to wish a speedy recovery to the Hastings player that went with a knee injury. We can’t wait to take on Tyabb this weekend and hopefully come away with some more strong results.

Hastings The U/17s had the wet court and the cold weather. The girls however played a fantastic defensive game and kept the opposition to a low score. Unfortunately we did miss many opportunities in our goaling end, which we will work on at training! D grade continue to improve their results as the season goes on, with a much better score line against Langwarrin than when we last met. It was a good team effort. C grade faced a strong Langwarrin team and wanted to make them to work hard for the win. Our defense end put them under pressure forcing Langwarrin into quick turnovers which gave us the boost to work hard and stay in the game. Our shooters were under great defensive pressure which proved hard to finish off leaving us 11 goals down. B grade had 5 under 17’s filling in giving them great experience for when they move into seniors. We were very uncompetitive in the first half, a few changes at half time and some coaching direction saw us finish strongly winning the last quarter by 2 goals, but lost the match by 23. The A Grade team took on top of the ladder Langwarrin in a must win clash on Saturday. Unfortunately it wasn’t our day, without Jess Hosking (shoulder reco) and losing Nicole Ram during the game with a serious knee injury it was too great a challenge. The team played some seriously good quality Netball and challenged in the final quarter, taking the lead for the first time in the game, but Langy settled and wrestled it back to win by 5.

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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: 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

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: 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

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V 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

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: 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

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: 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: 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

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: 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

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Netball 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

V 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

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

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

V 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

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

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

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

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Netball

V 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

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: 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)

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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