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2018 Grand Final Pines and Sorrento…one last leap for glory! Division 1 - Finals Sunday 16 September 2018 Grand Final - Frankston Park

Seniors - Pines v Sorrento Reserves - Edi-Asp v Mt Eliza U 19’s - Mt Eliza v Frankston YCW


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AFL South East On behalf of AFL South East and Commission Chairman Roger Hampson I welcome everyone to the 2018 Chisholm MPNFL Division One Grand Final between Pines and Sorrento. Today is the culmination of a magnificent year of sport in the MPNFL, with premierships already being won in football and netball across both divisions. Congratulations to Dromana on winning the Bendigo Bank Division Two grand final against Red Hill last week, earning promotion, and entering the top flight on the Peninsula for the first time since playing A Grade in the MPFL in 1952. Congratulations also go to Karingal who took out the reserves and under-19 titles, adding to an equally impressive performance on the netball courts at Somerville a week earlier. Karingal broke a heart-breaking run of losses with victory in the A Grade grand final against Crib Point, and secured the C Grade premiership as well. And last Sunday at Jubilee Park we witnessed a great achievement from Edithvale-Aspendale who won its fifth-consecutive A Grade premiership with victory over Sorrento. The overall strength of Edi-Asp was on show, with the club winning three of the four premierships on offer. We have had a wonderful year of men’s and women’s football and netball, with the MPNFL seen as an outstanding competition in both sports. People outside our league often comment to me how fortunate we are to

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have such a strong and even competition. Divisions 1 and 2 have been super competitive this season. The newly-implemented divisional structure has supported clubs at the other end of the scale as well. It was pleasing to see Tyabb win six games this year – as many as they have won in the last six years combined. And it was good to see Langwarrin, Chelsea and Karingal all playing finals again after a long absence. I would particularly like to thank our host clubs through the finals so far. Today we celebrate the season at Frankston Park, however to the Rye, Chelsea, Hastings, Somerville and Mornington clubs I say thank you. We have had record takings so far bringing financial benefit to the league and to the clubs. I would like to thank Frankston City Council, including Mayor Cr Colin Hampton, for its on-going support in hosting the MPNFL Grand Finals at Frankston Park. I ask everyone who attends today’s grand final, the coaches, officials, players and spectators, to keep one thing at the forefront of their mind while at the finals. Respect the game - this is sport - this is fun! The expectation is that the game is treated in a respectful manner both inside and outside the fence. Players should always play by the rules and support and encourage their teammates. To the umpires who have been selected to officiate in these big games, congratulations on your appointments and we wish you well. Football and netball are two difficult games to officiate. Split-second decisions are made and we implore the sporting community as a whole to respect the umpire’s decision at all times. To our major partners, thank you for your ongoing support across all six of our leagues. Your support makes the competition what it is today. Please take a close look at the Partners spread across our hard copy and digital records, and websites, and please support them as they have supported our great games. We are also excited to be working closely with GameFace during this year’s finals series, bringing a greater user experience to our regular printed record. Game reviews and previews, club notes and welcome messages will all be available on video, complementing our hard-copy editions. Download the GameFace App, or go to www.aflserecord. com.au to see digital content for the FDJFL, SEJ and SEWF finals series. Good luck to all teams participating today. John Anderson Regional General Manager AFL South East

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AFL Vic Country AFL Victoria would like to wish all teams competing in grand finals in the AFL South East Region the best of luck this weekend. The South East Football Netball League grand final between Berwick and Narre Warren should be a thoroughly absorbing affair with both teams having the upper hand at different stages of the season. Narre Warren will be searching for its first premiership since 2013 while Berwick is looking for back-to-back flags and its third success in four years. Good luck to both coaches, Matt Shinners from Narre Warren and Stewart Kemperman from Berwick, as they look build on previous success with the clubs. The four power clubs in SEFNL, Beaconsfield, Berwick, Cranbourne and Narre Warren, will battle it out in the reserves and under 19s. And Pines will be out to end a long premiership drought that extends all the way back to 1994 when the Pythons take on perennial powerhouse Sorrento in the MPNFL Division One Grand Final. Pines has been knocking on the door for some years and gets the chance to lift the silverware after an impressive second semi-final victory against the Sharks two weeks back. Sorrento has made a seamless transition from the second to top flight of the MPNFL and will be looking to build on a strong recent run of success, winning last year’s Nepean/ Division Two grand final at this Sunday’s venue – Frankston Park. Good luck to Pines coach Paddy Swayn and Sorrento’s Luke Tapscott. Edithvale-Aspendale, Frankston YCW and Mt Eliza will battle it out in the all-important curtain raisers. AFL9s is back in 2018! AFL Victoria is pleased to announce registrations for the 2018 AFL9s Spring season will be released this month! Australian Rules football’s favourite social version of the game returns with a new season of AFL 9s kicking off in October. Held in multiple venues across the state, AFL Victoria is encouraging people of all ages, skill levels and abilities to register a team for a fresh season of AFL9s fun.

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GAME TIMES FOOTBALL: U19’s: 10.00am, Reserves: 12.00pm, Seniors: 2.00pm DIV 1 NETBALL: D Grade: 10.00am, C Grade: 11.05am, B Grade: 12.25pm, A Grade: 1.45pm DIV 2 NETBALL: Under 17: 8.55am, D Grade: 10.00am, C Grade: 11.05am, B Grade: 12.10pm, A Grade: 1.30pm

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MPNFL Division 1 Finals FOOTBALL - GRAND Finals Sunday September 16 – Frankston Park Seniors

Pines v Sorrento

Reserves

Edi-Asp v Mt Eliza 12.00pm

Under 19s

Mt Eliza v Frankston YCW 9.30am

2.30pm

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Game Durations Football

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Seniors

20-minute quarters plus time on

Reserves

17-minute quarters plus time on

Under 19s

17-minute quarters plus time on

Football

Drawn Finals

No finals in the MPNFL will be replayed. In the case of a draw, extra time will be played. If scores are level at the completion of the fourth quarter the field umpires shall direct the goal umpires to confirm the correct score. • Coaches are not permitted to address their players between the end of the fourth quarter and the start of extra time, nor between any periods of extra time. • Once scores are confirmed the ball shall be returned to the centre of the ground and the game will continue for two five-minute halves (with time on). • Each team shall kick in the same direction as they did in the fourth quarter for the first half of extra time. Teams will change ends for the second half of extra time. • If scores remain level after two five-minute periods, a further two five-minute periods (with time on) will be played with clubs changing ends after the first fiveminute period. • This process will continue until there is a result.

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Footy Preview All the hallmarks of a classic By David Nagel Two wonderful football teams in Pines and Sorrento will vie for the glorious title of ‘Kings of Peninsula Football’ when the Pythons and Sharks collide in Sunday’s Chisholm MPNFL Division One Grand Final at Frankston Park. The oval at Kars Street has become the judgement-place of Peninsula football over the years where brave and heroic acts have lifted great teams to the most special feeling in sport. It was that way in 1994, when Leigh Carpenter led Pines to its last premiership success, and rolled all the way through to 2017 when Troy Schwarze helped Sorrento to its most recent triumph. And it will most certainly be that way again in 2018. The balance between belief and vulnerability, both physically and mentally, gets tested like never before on grand final day, in front of a huge crowd, with so much on the line – at the mecca of local football. Will it be Pines’ coach Paddy Swayn, and his 22 charges that enter their names into the record books, or will Sharks’ playing-coach Luke Tapscott play a key role in Sorrento’s seventh premiership in 11 years? This grand final – well it has all the hallmarks of a classic! Frankston YCW has taken the sting out of the last three premiership deciders – being dominant on grand final day – but the Pythons and Sharks looks set for a thrilling showdown for this year’s title. The Sharks finished top of the ladder but were rolled by the Pythons by 13 points in the second semi-final at Mornington, a result that seemed to raise more questions than provide answers to the local football community. Did the tight confines of Alexandra Park suit the Pythons, and will be they be able to run with either Sorrento or Mt Eliza at Frankston Park?

Will James Brigden take Aaron Edwards or Tim Bongetti in the Pines forward line?

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The class of Perry Lewis-Smith will be crucial if Pines prevail. And does the week’s rest halt a momentum that has been building strongly in the second half of the season? The impact of ground dimensions will only be answered by what transpires on game day, but the ability to put the feet up and have a week’s rest has historically been the best way to win a premiership. And it will always be that way until hindsight makes its annual appearance at 5pm on Sunday. The match ups are intriguing. The all-important midfield battles will be intense, with league best and fairest winner Paul ‘Chewy’ Scanlon leading Luke Potts, Lachie Marshall and Perry Lewis-Smith into a key area for the Pythons. For Sorrento, Mitch Hallahan is one of the few midfielders in the competition to have the strength to go with Scanlon at the stoppages, while his brother James will be joined by Zach Byrns, Shannon Gladman, Tapscott, and the pacey Matt Dobrowolski in trying to pick apart the Pines’ on-ballers. Both teams have heavy scoring power and the work of the key defenders could decide this contest. Nick Marston and James Brigden will no doubt get the jobs on Pines’ dangermen Aaron Edwards and Tim Bongetti, with Daniel and Jackson Grant offering assistance. Guy Hendry will get a big job for the Pythons down back, as will Jacob Boyle, Jack Fisher and Daniel John, who looks the perfect match up for the dangerous Nick Corp. Will Chris Dawes play? Who goes to Leigh Poholke? And can Tapscott have enough influence up forward to kick the Sharks a winning score? It’s going to be memorable, a classic, a real test of character that will see only one team emerge as the champion team – the ‘Kings of Peninsula Football” – for 2018. Frankston Park will once again provide the perfect canvas for these great players to test their skills and entertain the crowd with some wonderful football. Good luck to both clubs, and spectators – just sit back and enjoy the pinnacle of local sport.

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Reserves - Redlegs aiming for five in a row

By David Nagel Mt Eliza will be out to claim a remarkable fifth-consecutive premiership when the Redlegs take on Edithvale-Aspendale in the Chisholm MPNFL Division One Reserves Grand Final at Frankston Park. The Redlegs finished top of the table but face a huge challenge against the Eagles who defeated the reigning champs by 15 points in the second semi-final. Mt Eliza bounced back with a 44-point victory over Sorrento last week to set up a mouth-watering contest that should go all the way down to the wire. The Eagles began fast in the second semi, booting 5.2 to 1.2 in the opening term to have the minor premiers on the back foot. The hero was Liam Hulett, who booted five for the day, but the Eagles have a core group of players who have contributed greatly this season. Loughlin O’Connor, Steve Miller, Tim Yeowart and James Watterson have not missed a beat, while Jake O’Neill, Jeremy Heys and Danny McCarthy can provide support to Hulett in front of the big sticks. Mt Eliza showed its class with a six-goal second quarter against Sorrento last week and will fancy its chances of turning the tables on the Eagles this afternoon. Mitchell Chopping, Lyndon Curtis, Sam Howell and Nick McKinnon have been good players for the Redlegs this year, with Chopping, William Mace and Harrison Scott all capable of hitting the scoreboard. This one should be a beauty – but it’s the Redlegs to make it five consecutive premierships with an 11-point victory. Under 19s Two clubs that have shared the last six thirds premierships will take to the big stage once again when Mt Eliza and Frankston YCW fight for bragging rights in the Under 19s. The Redlegs have won four of the last six flags, but have a bitter taste in the mouth after the Stonecats prevailed in last year’s season decider. The Redlegs finished on top and gained a direct passage through to the big one, courtesy of a 27-point victory over Edi-Asp in the second semi-final. Things haven’t been so smooth for the Stonecats, losing the qualifying final to the Eagles before making amends with a comfortable victory over Mornington in the first semi. They progressed to the biggest day of the year with an 11-point victory over Edi-Asp, highlighted by a seven-goal haul to Josh O’Toole. The Stonecats have the league best and fairest winner in Josh Berenger, who will gain support from the likes of Caleb Douglas, Henry Vine and Sam Bryant. The Redlegs have an even spread with Kobe Dalais, Ben Webster, Michael West, Hayden Lobb and Aaron Foss all capable of pulling out big games. This will be a high-quality display of under-19 football – with the Redlegs to prevail by 13 points.

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Grand Final

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Pines by 13 Points

Pines by 9 Points

Chris Holcombe Interleague Coach

Wes Garth AFLSE Commercial Manager

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Sorrento by 3 Points

Pines by 5 Points

Simon McEvoy Leader

Chisholm Institute

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Pines by 22 Points

Sorrento by 16 Points

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Pines by 3 Points

Pines by 10 Points

Leaderboard

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Division 1 - Scores, Ladders, Goal Kickers PRELIMINARY FINALS

SENIORS

P W L D

SENIORS

Sorrento 4.3 5.7 10.10 12.12.84 Mt Eliza 3.2 7.2 7.4 9.9.63 Sorrento Goals: L. Poholke 4, J. Di Pasquale 2, S. Gladman 2, Z. Byrns, N. Corp, C. Dawes, J. Hallahan. Best: J. Brigden, N. Marston, C. Harris, L. Tapscott, M. Hallahan, J. Di Pasquale. Mt Eliza Goals: N. Ryan 3, J. Moncrieff 2, T. Small, J. Burton, J. Freeman, R. McGannon. Best: R. Turnbull, B. Breen, M. McCarthy, B. Nelmes, J. Hammond, S. Gill.

Sorrento 18 14 4 0 Mt Eliza 18 12 5 1 Pines 18 12 6 0 Edi-Asp 18 12 6 0 F’ston YCW 18 9 7 2 F’ston Bombers 18 9 9 0 Bonbeach 18 8 10 0 Mornington 18 5 13 0 Rosebud 18 4 13 1 Seaford 18 2 14 2

RESERVES

RESERVES

Mt Eliza 1.2 7.6 8.6 11.7.73 Sorrento 1.1 1.1 3.2 4.5.29 Mt Eliza Goals: H. Smith 2, S. Howell, R. Thorpe, T. Strickland, J. Grant, S. Hallpike, M. Chopping, W. Mace, C. Rice, H. Scott. Best: R. Thorpe, L. Curtis, C. Rice, A. Jackson, J. Curren, H. Smith Sorrento Goals: J. Main, M. Walker, H. Cameron, A. Bird. Best: A. Bird, A. Callaghan, T. Mattison, J. Main, L. Croad, M. Towers.

UNDER 19s

Edithvale-Aspendale 5.1 6.2 9.9 12.11.83 Frankston YCW 4.1 9.6 10.8 14.10.94 Edithvale-Aspendale Goals: A. Flynn 3, S. Hart 2, L. Kemelfield, D. Davies, J. Stuart, Z. O’Neill, L. Davies, B. Colquhoun-Matthews, P. Torpey. Best: J. Stuart, R. Radford, D. Shannon, L. Macquire, A. Flynn, S. Hart. Frankston YCW Goals: J. O’Toole 7, J. Berenger 2, K. Johnson, C. Douglas, N. Pajer, J. Race, S. Barry. Best: S. Bryant, L. Dalziel, C. Douglas, J. O’Toole, S. Barry.

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PTS

1519 1209 125.64 1466 1133 129.39 1637 1235 132.55 1272 1269 100.24 1177 1026 114.72 1336 1315 101.60 1131 1262 89.62 1258 1493 84.26 1003 1503 66.73 1059 1413 74.95

56 50 48 48 40 36 32 20 18 12

18 15 3 0 18 15 3 0 18 13 5 0 18 13 5 0 18 11 7 0 18 6 12 0 18 5 13 0 18 5 13 0 18 5 13 0 18 2 16 0

1129 577 926 760 969 708 924 717 894 618 899 1033 820 985 730 896 553 1076 622 1096

195.67 121.84 136.86 128.87 144.66 87.03 83.25 81.47 51.39 56.75

60 60 52 52 44 24 20 20 20 8

Mt Eliza 16 16 0 2 Edi-Asp 16 11 5 2 F’ston YCW 16 11 5 2 F’ston Bombers 16 9 7 2 Mornington 16 9 7 2 Pines 16 7 9 2 Seaford 16 4 12 2 Bonbeach 16 4 12 2 Rosebud 16 1 15 2 Sorrento 0 0 0 0

1498 372 1077 709 955 761 1066 651 933 780 869 921 662 1043 727 1173 434 1811 0 0

402.69 151.90 125.49 163.75 119.62 94.35 63.47 61.98 23.96 0.00

64 44 44 36 36 28 16 16 4 0

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

UNDER 19’S

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PAST SENIOR PREMIERSHIP WINNERS IN PENINSULA/DIV ONE

YEAR

WINNER

RUNNER UP

2017

Frankston YCW 21.11.137

Bonbeach 5.5.35

2016

Frankston YCW 10.9.69

Mt Eliza 7.5.47

2015

Frankston YCW 18.15.123

Mornington 5.6.36

2014

Frankston YCW 8.15.63

Mornington 8.9.57

2013

Edi-Asp 13.15.93

Bonbeach 12.14.86

2012

Frankston YCW 12.6.78

Mt Eliza 9.14.68

2011

Frankston YCW 19.14.128

Karingal 9.5.59

2010

Frankston YCW 16.11.107

Seaford 9.9.63

2009

Seaford 21.18.144

Edi-Asp 12.15.87

2008

Seaford 17.17.119

Edi-Asp 12.17.89

2007

Seaford 15.11.101

Frankston YCW 6.15.51

2006

Chelsea 10.18.78

Mt Eliza 8.8.56

2005

Mt Eliza 27.17.179

Frankston YCW 7.5.47

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

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

F.3 0 2 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0

T 69 58 50 46 41 33 32 32 31 28

RESERVES Michael Chaplin Thomas Lonie Rhys Chalkley Jake O’Neill Charles Coyne Mitchell Chopping Brendan De Ruyter Mark Di Biasio

YCW Seaford Pines Edi-Asp YCW Mt Eliza Mornington Seaford

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

41 27 20 19 18 18 17 17

UNDER 19
 Joshua O’Toole Koby Villis Sam Hart Ryan Francis Sam Sturt Joel Nicholls Kobe Dalais Tom Wisneske

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

7 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

49 42 42 26 25 24 24 22

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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 14.12.96 v Pines 15.9.99 Frankston 10.11.71 v Bonbeach 14.11.95 Mt Eliza 14.16.100 v Seaford 8.12.60 Frankston YCW 12.12.84 v Mornington 11.7.73 Edi-Asp 10.19.79 v Rosebud 8.12.60

Round 9

Round 16

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

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

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

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

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

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

AFL Vic Vountry Championships

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 19th May MPNFL 7.7.49 v NFL 12.17.89

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Saturday 4th August Edi-Asp 13.13.91 v Frankston 8.15.62 Rosebud 6.5.41 v Mt Eliza 19.12.126 Pines 10.10.70 v Frankston YCW 3.19.37 Seaford 11.10.76 v Sorrento 16.12.108 Bonbeach 16.13.109 v Mornington 9.12.66

Round 17 Saturday 11th August Sorrento 15.15.105 v Frankston 6.13.49 Mornington 13.9.87 v Pines 16.9.105 Seaford 10.5.65 v Bonbeach 4.15.39 Mt Eliza 11.11.77 v Edi-Asp 8.7.55 Frankston YCW 7.8.50 v Rosebud 2.7.19

Round 18 Saturday 18th August Mornington 12.14.86 v Seaford 11.11.77 Pines 17.12.114 v Bonbeach 8.7.55 Frankston 13.14.92 v Rosebud 8.6.54 Edi-Asp 8.9.57 v Sorrento 9.13.67 Mt Eliza 7.8.50 v Frankston YCW 7.8.50

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

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

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Umpires As all teams celebrate making grand finals, the umpires have also been nervously awaiting the announcements of the 2018 Grand Final Umpire Appointments. Grand Finals are something to be celebrated and on Wednesday 5 September the Southern Umpires Association (SUA) supported the announcement of 2018 Grand Final appointments with a special Grand Final Appointments and Life Members Night held at the Kananook training base. Congratulations to all umpires appointed across the nine grand finals. AFL South East along with the Southern Umpires Association are proud of all the umpires that will take to the field to represent the umpiring group.

We would also like to thank all umpires that have umpired throughout the 2018 season. Umpiring can be a tough job at times but is also thoroughly rewarding with the friendships made on the training track and through being involved with matches each weekend. With that we also are looking for new umpires to join our ranks in 2019. For more information on what’s involved and how to sign up contact AFL South East Regional Director of Umpiring Carl Fletcher at umpiring@aflse.com.au

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SENIORS RESERVES U19s Rick Taig Andrew Shields Cooper Marriott Travis Dennerley Joshua Chenoweth Jye Stannage Tyson Venn Zach Brasier Josh Shields Chris Cato Rilan Kennedy Zac Tibballs Zachary Mousaco Declan Braisier Olivia Grcic Shaun Penny Wade Anderson Oscar Macdonald Emma Young Christopher Osborne Shane Lee James Richardson Neil Gordon Andrew Souter Hugh Tatman

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MT ELIZA FC

Grand Final

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MT ElIzA UNdER 19’s

FRANkSTON yCW

Colours: Navy Blue & Red

Colours: Gold, White & Black

UNdER 19’s

25 Coach: Assistant Coach: Team Manager: Runner:

RED

NAVY

No.

Name

Paul Goonan Shane Foss Tom Thiele Colin Lobb A

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

H

Coach: Assistant Coach: Team Manager: Runner: W

No.

Name

Peter Falzon Jack Butland Jodie Moss Heath Gregory A

H

W

1

Will Antonie

18

193

87

2

Sam Hatch

19

182

74

2

Michael West

18

180

73

3

Jayden Race

19

185

77

3

Hayden Lobb

17

177

72

4

Ben Webster

19

175

70

7

Ned Evans-Brumby

17

186

88

9

Killian Doyle

18

191

80

13

Lochie Fewster

19

190

74

4

Sam Bryant

19

186

73

5

Lane Meyer

19

182

71

6

Andrew Kelly

19

189

81

7

Josh Berenger

18

180

76

8

Jordan Berenger

16

185

85

9

James Long

17

186

90

14

Liam McWilliams

17

180

72

10

Nick Pajer

18

172

70

15

Tom Baker

18

183

78

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Shem Barry

18

195

97

16

Elliot Simmons

18

189

71

12

Eric Vansister

19

180

90

13

Josh O’Toole

19

173

75

17

Beau Galley

19

184

83

19

Pete Evans-Brumby

17

184

88

20

Mason Page

17

182

66

21

Kurt Thiele

19

183

79

14

Luke Findikakis

18

185

80

15

Henry Vine

18

180

90

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Tate Sweetman

18

179

75

17

Kobe Johnson

19

190

82

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Max Mourney

17

196

90

18

Mark Ferdinand

19

185

77

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Kobe Dalais

18

186

83

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Caleb Douglas

19

191

92

25

Daniel House

18

188

73

20

Dylan Preston

19

185

75

21

Matthew Koutspis

18

165

70

26

Nat Turner

18

183

78

27

Mark Colvin

19

186

74

28

Baxter Kirk

19

181

74

29

Liam Teiermanis

18

184

76

22

Angus Wright

19

180

77

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Lachlan Dalziel

19

181

75

24

Andrew Chapman

18

185

73

29

Tom Baker

17

180

75

31

Sam Sturt

18

188

73

39

Callan Gregory

18

180

76

33

Aiden Smith

19

189

73

45

Nathan Harris-Dent

19

185

75

34

Harvey Page

17

185

76

47

Zach Aldis

17

172

78

36

Conner Sahely

19

190

78

50

Scott MacDonald

17

185

82

44

Aaron Foss

18

187

80

54

Sean Parker

18

180

84

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Grand Final MT ELIZA FC

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EdI-ASP RESERvES

MT ElIzA RESERvES

Colours: Navy Blue & White Coach: Assistant Coach: Team Manager: Runner: No.

Name

Colours: Navy Blue & Red

25

Mark Fitcher Damin Harris Lloyd Chidlow Brent Quantrell A

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12.00pm

Coach: Assistant Coach: Team Manager: Runner:

RED

NAVY

W

No.

Name

Nathan Clayton John Harvey Maurice Clarke Anthony Cleary A

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

H

W

4

Stephen Miller

31

176

84

3

Damien Kent

35

176

76

6

Joel Martello

22

173

83

14

Riley Thorpe

21

180

80

8

Andrew Luxa

32

177

72

15

Sam Hallpike

20

188

81

11

Lochie O’Connor

21

173

88

17

Harry Smith

21

175

74

18

Brock Downie

29

175

85

21

Liam Berry

21

189

92

23

Tim Strickland

29

189

80

19

Liam Hulett

21

190

98

224

Dan McCarthy

29

177

77

25

Mitch Allen

20

167

75

27

Jake O’Neill

21

188

92

28

Max Byrnes

23

183

91

31

Ryan Morris

23

180

90

36

Ryan O’Leary

21

177

87

37

Zack Bailey

21

176

89

38

Jake Nash

23

188

93

39

James Watterson

24

195

95

40

Craige Wray

28

185

90

41

Harley Dale

20

176

85

44

Jordan Davey

21

180

88

46

Lachie Busch

20

177

74

48

Campbell Ak

20

174

75

49

Adam Lello

31

170

70

25

Aaron Dunne

25

184

88

26

Chris Cleary

24

191

93

27

Josh Curren

22

181

76

28

Sam Danks

20

188

83

29

James Logan

19

189

82

31

Sam Howell

33

182

88

32

Mitch Chopping

21

190

75

35

Jake Tognazzini

25

184

79

37

Nick McKinnon

21

178

70

41

Trent Radin

23

180

70

44

Matt Brancatisano

23

196

78

45

Will Mace

24

181

95

48

Ryan Morrison

20

175

75

49

Jarrah Burgess

22

186

82

50

Luke Webster

17

195

96

52

Ben Farish

19

184

82

50

Tim Yeowart

30

172

88

58

Harrison Scott

20

179

81

51

Rowan Snashall

30

168

75

59

Tom Taylor

21

183

77

52

Zack Foutouros

20

170

78

60

Max Rea

20

174

70

53

Sam Moloney

20

185

88

61

Oscar Craig

19

178

75

54

Tim Botteril

30

169

78

62

Aaron Jackson

19

187

82

55

Adam Rose

20

187

90

63

Justin Grant

28

179

79

58

Mick Fiore

23

180

95

64

Callan Rice

20

183

80

59

Bryce Radford

20

180

88

67

Jordan Smale

24

187

95

60

Jeremy Heys

31

175

90

68

Brad Taylor

24

180

78

61

Christian Mascali

23

172

70

73

Lyndon Curtis

23

198

90

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Grand Final

2.30pm

PINES SENIORS

SORRENTO SENIORS

Colours: Green & Red

Colours: Red & White

Coach: Patrick Swayn Assistant Coaches: Glenn Cornell, Simon Bishop, Ben Corrie Team Manager: Andrew Peyton Runner: Bradley Glenn

Coach: Assistant Coach: Team Manager: Runner:

No.

No.

Name

A

H

W

Luke Tapscott David Lawson & Dion Phillips Geoffrey Morgan Anthony Ring

Name

A

H

W

1

Shaun White

28

183

95

1

Shannon Gladman

21

173

70

2

Harley Peace-Stirling

25

180

63

2

Luke Tapscott

27

183

89

3

Luke Potts

29

179

78

4

Jackson Grant

21

178

74

4

Tom McDermott

28

180

78

5

Mitch Hallahan

25

183

90

5

Michael Bezzine

19

170

70

6

Zach Byrns

23

172

70

6

Tim Bongetti

29

191

95

7

Leigh Poholke

26

188

90 106

7

Jacob Boyle

19

186

74

8

Chris Dawes

30

193

9

Corey Ash

22

181

81

9

Alex Bird

20

183

80

10

Liam Cox

18

180

66

11

Ryan Potter

37

181

78

12

Khyal Jacobson

18

170

69

12

Chad Harris

20

182

77

13

Shane Waterstone

24

182

81

13

Daniel Grant

27

182

80

14

Paul Scanlon

41

179

94

14

Jake Di Pasquale

21

179

80

15

Damian Plane

21

175

75

19

Mitch Towers

21

177

75

17

Jonathan Hughes

25

183

88

22

Matt Dobrowolski

26

180

70

19

Aaron Ludewig

26

179

84

23

Nick Corp

28

193

97 107

21

Daniel John

31

194

83

25

Ryan Williams

27

194

22

Guy Hendry

26

195

95

26

Matthew King

20

175

70

23

Jack Fisher

33

192

85

27

Danny Stephenson

21

178

72

25

Reece Stewart

21

178

45

28

Jayden Tomkins

22

193

80

26

Brendan Purcell

18

195

83

29

Will Tucker

20

186

73

27

Aaron Edwards

34

184

100

30

Jake Main

26

180

86

28

Lachlan Marshall

22

165

73

32

Nat Diconza

23

183

74

31

Nick Boswell

29

193

98

33

Nick Marston (VC)

31

188

89

32

Ben Thomas

23

190

80

35

Ethan King

22

176

73

33

Matt Kiely

23

184

83

36

James Brigden

22

192

80

34

Beau Hendry

30

193

96

38

James Hallahan ( C )

27

190

92

35

Damon Moody

23

186

86

39

Marcus Gardner

23

169

69

36

Darren Ramsdale

26

186

96

42

Tom Langford

30

183

83

37

Nick Wilcox

26

184

80

43

Lachlan Croad

23

192

95

40

Lai Leaunoa

28

188

115

45

Josh Iezzi

28

187

98

61

Angus Clavin

24

191

90

43

Rhys Chalkley

24

188

95

45

Perry Lewis Smith

19

183

85

49

Jack Lewis-Smith

21

186

77

53

Brendan Barfoot

36

183

90

55

Brandon Lewis

19

185

80

56

Harley Parker

27

183

80

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Pines 1 Shaun White Crafty forward who has the ability to change a game with his forward pressure and explosive run.

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3 Luke Potts Midfielder with elite skills and decision making who always has time and space.

14 Pa u l S c a n l o n Benjamin Button type who like fine red wine gets better with age - recognized for his strength and talent by winning back to back League Best & Fairest Awards.

4 To m M c D e r m o t t First year player at Pines who has added some flair and wizardry to the forward line with some remarkable goals.

15 Damian Plane Young forward who has come through the juniors and continues to develop and improve as he begins his duties in the outside midfield.

6 Ti m B o n g e t t i Co-Captain and mobile CentreHalf-Forward who kicks goals that inspire the crowd like no-one else.

17 Jonathan Hughes Determined backman whose work ethic has seen him play consistent football and take on a leadership role within the playing group.

7 Jacob Boyle Quiet achiever in the back-line who displays commitment, courage and poise through actions rather than words.

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Corey Ash Midfielder who can play inside or outside and has nullified some of the league’s best.

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Liam Cox Young gun with speed to burn who continues to improve with every game.

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Khyal Jacobson Intuitive first year U/19 who has displayed guile, run and maturity beyond his years, cementing his place in the team.

A a ro n Lu d ew i g Strong utility that has played a number of roles throughout the season with consistency and poise.

Daniel John Athletic tall backman and mobile ruckman who will not be outrun.

Guy Hendry Past club leading goal kicker who has now found his niche as an exceptional intercept mark across half-back line.


Pines 23 Jack Fisher Miserly veteran backman who takes every goal kicked on him personally. Uses his wily old skills to advantage.

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Brendan Purcell Debutante who has played in several positions throughout the year and continues to improve.

37 N i c k Wi l c ox Returned to the club this year and has injected speed, skill and endurance into the outside midfield.

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A a ro n Ed wa rd s League leading Goal Kicker. Strong full forward whose class is evident in every contest.

43 R hys Ch a l k l ey Eagle-eyed power forward who is rarely beaten in a one on one marking contest.

28 Lachlan Marshall Fearless on-baller whose courage cannot be questioned. A tackling machine who doesn’t stop running.

45 Perry Lewis Smith Strong young midfielder who has developed well as the season progressed.

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N i c k B o s we l l Adonis-type backman whose run and penetrating kicks regularly turn defence into attack.

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Ben Thomas Disciplined experienced tough defender who marshals the backline and runs all day.

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56 H a rl ey Pa rke r Possesses a raking left foot kick that is just as comfortable coming out of the back line or snagging goals across half-forward.

Beau Hendry Co-Captain and 1st ruck for the league team of the year, Club stalwart whose presence on and off the filed inspires others through his actions.

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Damon Moody Tall defender who reads the play well and continues to develop.

Brendan Bar foot No nonsense forward who never takes a backward step. His ability to play both tall and short makes him a difficult prospect for opposition backmen.

B ra n d o n Lew i s First year Pines Player whose maturity and composure belies his U/19 status. Tackles and chases with vigour.

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Sorrento 1 Shannon Gladman Onballer who has had a major impact working hard in close whilst also using his pace to run and open up the play to great advantage. 2017 Premiership player.

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2 Lu ke Ta p s co t t 2017 Premiership player who in his first year as coach has developed the side over the season that wants to play attacking football. A ferocious attack on the ball coupled with a damaging kick and an uncanny goal sense makes him a headache for opposition sides. 2016 and 2017 Best and Fairest winner.

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Jackson Grant

In his second season has developed into a running player out of back half, using his long left foot kicking to advantage.

R y a n Po t t e r Tough as nails defender who always gives 100% in his defensive roles. 2017 Premiership player

12 Chad Harris Uses hand and foot skills to great advantage whilst his versatility sees him playing all over the ground. 2017 Premiership player.

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Mitch Hallahan Former Hawthorn and Gold Coast player who has returned to where he played his Junior football. Has had a huge impact as an in-close onballer using his tackling strength and long kicking to great effect.

13 Daniel Grant Can play off half back and wing, using hand and foot skills to set up attacks. Four time premiership player.

6 Zach Byrns Extremely hard working, low to the ground player who provides terrific on ball drive. Can also play as a dangerous forward. 2014 and 2017 Premiership player.

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7 Le i g h Po h o l ke Top class forward season in and season out. Quick on the lead, clever around goals, an accurate kick and a player who can conjure a goal out of nothing. A four time Leading Competition goal kicker to go along with four Premierships.

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Chris Dawes AFL Premiership player who, despite an interrupted year, has had a huge impact with his powerful marking and accurate kicking whilst acute game sense gives structure to forward line.2017 Premiership player.

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Jake Di Pasquale First year at the club. Has played a number of matches at Casey whilst having a significant impact at the Sharks using his skills and pace to great effect.

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Matt Dobrowolski Adds pace, run and long kicking to the line up as well as being able to play a shut down role. 2014 Premiership player.


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Nick Corp Former Premiership player with Collegians and 2016 Competition leading goalkicker. A marking target with good hands who can also go into the ruck. 2017 Premiership player.

36 Ja m e s B r i g d e n The team of the year full back in 2016 and now a vital cog in Sorrento’s defence holding down the FB position and keeping forwards to limited opportunities. 2017 Premiership player.

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Ryan Williams

James Hallahan ( C )

His ruckwork has been pivotal to our onball set up. Uses his strength to pave the way for the onballers.2014 and 2017 Premiership player.

Has had a terrific season using his pace and long kicking to great advantage whether coming off half back or through the midfield whilst also displaying outstanding leadership. Best and Fairest in 2014 and 2014 and 2017 Premiership player.

27 Danny Stephenson A skilful defender who has has made an artform of knowing when to defend and when to attack. Runner up in Best and Fairest and Premiership player in 2017.

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42 To m L a n g f o r d From Richmond VFL and in his first full season has impacted whether in the back half or through the midfield.

Jayden Tomkins

His ability to play as a tall forward and to help out in the ruck gives the side added versatility. 2017 Premiership player.

29 Wi l l Tu c k e r First year player who has impacted with his competitiveness. Puts his skills to advantage.

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Marcus G ardner Clever small forward with acute goal sense and strong work ethic has seen him provide balance to the forward structure. 2017 Premiership player.

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Angus Clavin

A former junior, in his first senior year has come into the Seniors late in the year to add another tall option up forward.

Nick Marston ( VC)

Former VAFA B&F with Old Brighton has had an outstanding season at CHB with his intercept marking and spoiling being put to great effect. 2017 Premiership player.

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Presidents Message Pines

will all get on board next year.

We now understand how hard it is to get here and are so grateful that we are part of the last day of the season. To all the people that have worked hard behind the scenes please be assured it has not gone unnoticed and the rewards will be felt tonight. To Paddy and the coaches who have worked all year on incremental improvements in preparation, training and game day. This has seen the team ready to peak at the right time. Thanks also to Dean for seamlessly entering the club and becoming a part of this journey. To our wonderful membership and sponsors who have stood proud through barren years, but never wavered from belief. This has been at an infectious level this year which has seen the greats of yesterday re-join the throng and make such a positive contribution to game day. We will hear the noise today. And to Beau and Tim who have led the team wonderfully. Whatever happens today we are proud to have yourselves and the team represent us as a community of elite sporting experiences. To the players that have missed out including those cut down by injury, with special mention to Corey and Wetrock, come back with a greater hunger and be part of the continuing resurgence of this great club. To all the MPNFL clubs, thank you for the well wishes. We look forward to welcoming Dromana into Peninsula league, and wish our neighbours, Seaford, all the best in Nepean league. It’s been an exciting ride so for now let’s get on with it. Jeff Svigos – President – Pines Football Club

Many thanks to the executive committee, our many volunteers and the members of the executive for their hard work and support, particularly those with the hard portfolios and you know who you are! Best of luck to all the Seniors who are playing for the chocolates this weekend we will be all there to urge you on! At the Sharks, there are already tentative discussions taking place regarding 2019 and I wish everyone well for the rest of the year. Bernie Balmer – President – Sorrento Football Club

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Another season has come and gone and today we hope to celebrate another successful year at the club with a premiership in the reserves against Mt Eliza. It will be a sizeable challenge for coach Mark Fitcher and his support team of Damian Harris, Lloyd Chidlow and Brent Quantrell, taking on a Mt Eliza team that has claimed the last four premierships. To the coaches, players and support staff, enjoy the day and know that no matter the result the club is extremely proud of your efforts in 2018. In fact we are proud of every person who represents our great club on a weekly basis, both on and off the field, to make the club what is today. To our volunteers, you are the heart and soul of this sporting club and your efforts are not always acknowledged but are always greatly appreciated.

Sorrento

We thank our members, and our loyal and news sponsors who have jumped on board to provide the support so critical to grass-roots football and netball clubs.

Well done to our boys for making the Grand Final.

While on our netball club, congratulations on a wonderful season that culminated with three premierships, including a stunning fifth consecutive premiership in A Grade.

Well what a year it has been to date!

It has been an interesting year, but the players have equipped themselves well for a tilt at the premiership. Congratulations to Luke Tapscott who has done a magnificent job as Senior coach and to his assistant coaches. Congratulations must also go to Dion Phillips and the Reserves who achieved more than we thought possible at the beginning of the year given the initial lack of numbers available.

As we sign off for 2018, I would like to again wish Mark and our reserves team the very best of luck against Mt Eliza today. And good luck to all teams participating in grand finals today. Peter O’Connor – President – Edithvale-Aspendale SC

Of course, then there is the rise of our Netball teams and there is plenty of enthusiasm looking forward to 2019. Many thanks to our members, our many loyal sponsors and new sponsors without who this community football and netball club would struggle to exist. We hope you

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Presidents Message Mt Eliza

Frankston YCW

Season 2018 has been a dramatic year of change for the Mt Eliza Football Netball Club both on and off the field . Our decision to focus internally and look at the development of local young players has seen a number of our under 19 boys play their first games of senior football for the Redlegs. The new divisional structure of our competition has improved the standard and quality of football in Division 1 and it has been a credit to our coaches and players on how they have adapted themselves to their respective grades. In particular our on field performances throughout the year have been recognised and resulted in us winning the Club Championship for Division 1 – Football, something we all should be proud of. I don’t think anyone internally or outside the club expected us have all three sides finish at the top of their respective competitions in 2018 and it gives us great hope for the future of our club.

This year has been a trying year for our Club, with a string of serious injuries severely impacting our senior side. That has of course put considerable strain on our Under 19 side. However, the situation has given a considerable number of our Under 19s some senior exposure this year. It is a credit to our Under 19s team good character, led by their coach Peter Falzon, that despite a very interrupted year with players in and out of the side they have made the Grand Final. Their diligence, boldness , creativity and toughness has gotten them to the main event. They are the future of our club we at YCW are very proud of them. Go Stonecats!! Michael Lamb - President - Frankston YCW FNC

Today we have our under 19s and our Development Squad attempting to bring home the big one . A big thanks and best wishes to Paul Goonan , Nathan Clayton and all the boys for all the work you guys have done to get yourselves there and more importantly to believe in where we are going and committing to the plan to get us there. Good luck today boys and win the Mt Eliza way! I would also like to thank all our sponsors , our hardworking committee and volunteers who have graciously and generously given their time and resources this year to put the club in the position that it is in. A special thank you to our major sponsors iDetect Group, Hewison Private Wealth, Kikki K and Ollywood. Finally on behalf of the club and myself I would like to thank Troy Shannon for his magnificent effort as senior coach over the last three years and supporting our vision and philosophy in developing and guiding our club to where we are today. We wish Troy Megan, Jaymee and Reece every success in their future endeavours over in WA and remember guys Mt Eliza will always be your home. We look forward to seeing you back soon! Good luck today boys and whatever the result you make us proud as Redlegs. Mic Dunne – President - MEFNC

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A Slice of MPNFL History Pythons hopeful that history will repeat By Doug Dyall Well here we are - the last day of MPNFL football for season 2018. We are left with two sides from opposite ends of the Peninsula; Sorrento, the champion of Nepean football over the past decade, up against Pines who has been less flattering with its performances over the same period of time. But today they meet on equal terms with only one being able to raise that precious premiership cup. If history can tell us anything, it will be Pines that hold aloft the cup today after winning four of the five games that these two clubs have ever played in. Apart from this year, where Pines holds a two-one advantage over Sorrento, we need to go back to 1984 when these two sides last met. It was the first season that Pines was promoted to then MPFL from NFL. Both games were won by Pines that year by huge margins with Sorrento eventually relegated and have not be seen at the higher level again until this season. Both teams have experienced dominance in their history. We all are aware of the Sorrento machine and how it has dominated Nepean Football over the last 10 years, winning

six flags and attracting high-profile recruits. But going back to the old Nepean League it was Pines who were the dominant team in the 15 years leading up to 1983 and their record as a club is very impressive. Seniors Premierships were won in 1976, 78, 80 and 83, with eight reserves titles gathered in 1974, 75, 76, 78, 79, 81, 82 and 1983. The club also won thirds premierships in 1970, 71, 72, 75, 80, 81, 82 and 83, and fourths success stories in 1981 and 82. Pines was so dominant in Nepean Football that it forced the hands of the two leagues to discuss the promotionrelegation system that came into force at the end of 1983 and stayed in place until 2002. This system obtained the objective in allowing clubs to rebuild when relegated and those who were promoted to test themselves against the best. The one thing these two clubs do have in common is that they have both made grand finals in their first year of promotion, with Pines playing off against Mornington in 1984 and Sorrento joining them today with that achievement. Good luck to both teams. Congratulations to Dromana Football Club on winning the Division Two Premiership and they will enter the top tier of football on the Peninsula for the first time since playing A Grade in the MPFL in 1952.

Pines won the seniors and reserves premierships in 1983.

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Frankston Tigersharks seek Over 35s playing coach for 2019 season. Suit recently retired player. Season is 10 games plus finals, training once per week. Paid position.

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Division 1 Netball Grand Finals

EDI-ASP PREMIERS 2018

A

GRADE

Edi-Asp 55 def Sorrento 40

BEST ON COURT Alexandra Ball Edi-Asp

EDI-ASP PREMIERS 2018

B

GRADE

Edi-Asp 46 def Mt Eliza 35 36

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BEST ON COURT Rebecca Paul Edi-Asp


Division 1 Netball Grand Finals

Frankston YCW PREMIERS 2018

C

GRADE

Frankston YCW 49 def Mt Eliza 39

BEST ON COURT Ruby Vine Frankston YCW

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D

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Division 2 Grand Finals - Seniors

SENIORS

Red Hill 0.0 6.1 7.3 9.5.59 Dromana 4.1 5.1 9.4 10.7.67 Red Hill Goals: J. Ross 3, D. Hoare 2, S. Marchetti 2, D. Allsop, J. Mitchell. Best: J. Siversen, D. Hoare, J. Mitchell, T. McEncroe, L. Chandler, H. Wynn-Pope. Dromana Goals: S. Fowler 4, R. Johnston, J. Bateman, M. Price, E. Johnstone, J. Hutchinson, B. Holmes. Best: S. Clarke, B. McMurray, S. Fowler, J. Bateman, M. Price, T. Wheeler.

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BOG: Bryce Kellerman RESERVES Karingal 3.2 4.4 5.7 8.10.58 Hastings 1.0 1.3 2.4 2.5.17 Karingal Goals: T. Puntaroni 3, B. Occhipinti 2, M. Kellerman, J. Ramirez, M. Burnett. Best: M. Smith, M. Burnett, L. Dixon, M. Kellerman, T. Puntaroni, J. Hinde. Hastings Goals: Best:

BOG: Ashley Cadd UNDER 19s Red Hill 4.1 4.1 5.2 6.4.40 Karingal 2.5 2.5 5.7 9.7.61 Red Hill Goals: J. Johnson 3, S. Lee-Conway 2, L. Sandford. Best: S. Lee-Conway, K. Hawkins, N. Turner, C. Eardley, L. Reilly. Karingal Goals: S. Tapolczay 3, J. Triep 2, Z. Saunders, A. Occhipinti, J. Sullivan, C. Battams. Best: B. Little, C. McInnes, A. Cadd, L. Farrelly, D. Hookem.

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Division 2 Netball Grand Finals

KARINGAL PREMIERS 2018

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GRADE

Karingal 34 def Crib Point 28

BEST ON COURT Bella Riddell Karingal

SOMERVILLE PREMIERS 2018

B

GRADE

Somerville 38 def Karingal 36 40

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KARINGAL PREMIERS 2018

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GRADE

Karingal 28 def Dromana 14

BEST ON COURT Tayla Crabtree Karingal

SOMERVILLE PREMIERS 2018

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Division 2 Netball Grand Finals

PEARCEDALE PREMIERS 2018 UNDER 17

Pearcedale 35 def Hastings 15

BEST ON COURT Tahlia Coates Pearcedale

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MPNFL Awards

Aaron Edwards

Michael Chaplin

Koby Villis

Jesse Murphy

Scott Sterling

Logan Sandford

Ashleigh Mitchener

Belinda Francis

Anna Whittaker

Rachel Clements

Birgitta Nemaric

Rivalea Walter

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SHARP SHOOTERS MPNFL-1 FOOTBALL SENIORS RESERVES UNDER 19 MPNFL-2 FOOTBALL SENIORS RESERVES UNDER 19 MPNFL-1 NETBALL A GRADE B GRADE C GRADE D GRADE MPNFL-2 NETBALL A GRADE B GRADE C GRADE D GRADE 17 UNDER

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NAME Aaron Edwards Michael Chaplin Koby Villis

CLUB Pines YCW Frankston

Jesse Murphy Scott Sterling Logan Sandford

Langwarrin Rye Red Hill

72 51 63

Seaford Edi-Asp YCW YCW

569 390 458 374

Tyabb Dromana Crib Point Karingal Pearcedale

477 613 387 524 416

Ashleigh Mitchener Belinda Francis Anna Whittaker Rachel Clements Birgitta Nemaric Rivalea Walter Rachel Gallagher Isabelle Caller Tahlia Coates

GOALS 59 41 41


MPNFL Awards

Paul Scanlon

Andrew Luxa

Josh Berenger

Adam Kirkwood

Joey Boase

Jackson Allen

Christina Vickery

Staci Tully

Tayla Ingram

Nicola Dedeugd

Adrienne Harris

Kristy Marshall

Tayla Sutton

Alannah Quint

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NAME Paul Scanlon Andrew Luxa Josh Berenger

CLUB Pines Edi-Asp YCW

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Adam Kirkwood Joey Boase Jackson Allen

Rye Red Hill Rye

20 31 24

Christina Vickery Staci Tully Tayla Ingram Nicola Dedeugd

Edi-Asp Edi-Asp Mt Eliza YCW

29 25 20 30

Adrienne Harris Kristy Marshall Tayla Sutton Madison Gwynne Alannah Quint

Crib Point Somerville Karingal Somerville Pearcedale

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MPNFL Awards

Paul Scanlon

Adam Kirkwood

Nathan Gillis

Tayla Robertson

Therese Blaauw

Keira Wills

David Pattison

Kerry Johnston

Mt Eliza

Edi-Asp

Edi-Asp

Dromana

Karingal

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MVP NAME CLUB MPNFL-1 Football Paul Scanlon Pines MPNFL-2 Football Adam Kirkwood Rye Tim McGennis Somerville Nathan Gillis Somerville MPNFL-1 Netball Tayla Robertson Seaford Therese Blaauw Bonbeach MPNFL-2 Netball Keira Wills Tyabb UMPIRE OF THE YEAR Rick Taig VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR MPNFL-1 David Pattison YCW MPNFL-2 Kerry Johnston Tyabb CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP MPNFL-1 Football Mt Eliza MOST DISCIPLINED CLUB MPNFL-1 Netball Edi-Asp MPNFL-1 Football Mornington MPNFL-1 Combined Edi-Asp MPNFL-1 Netball Seaford MPNFL-2 Football Dromana MPNFL-2 Football Red Hill MPNFL-2 Netball Karingal MPNFL-2 Netball Tyabb MPNFL-2 Combined Karingal

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SEWF Awards SEWF Grand Finals Results – Saturday September 1 DIVISION ONE Eastern Devils Seaford

0.3 0.4 2.5 2.5.17 0.0 0.0 1.2 2.2.14

DIVISION TWO Bass Coast 1.1 3.2 4.3 5.4.34 Tyabb 0.2 0.5 0.8 2.8.20 Bass Coast Goals: T. Stahl-Smith, K. O’Neill, E. Volard, J. Redmond, K. Thomas. Best: K. O’Neill, C. Connell, E. Angarane, T. Sandbach , H. Mills, E. Volard. Tyabb Goals: K. Thompson, A. Coventry. Best: K. Thompson, L. Souter, M. Hart, K. Dean, M. Baxter, K. Adamson. DIVISION THREE Hastings 1.0 3.1 3.1 3.1.19 Pearcedale 0.4 1.5 1.9 3.9.27 Hastings Goals: B. Luxmoore, L. Beattie, K. Syer. Best: B. Kupsch, Z. Mitchell, J. Benwell, R. Hennekam, T. Scott, M. Young. Pearcedale Goals: H. Roberts, C. Hill, E. Duncan. Best: K. Mitchell, C. Hill, K. Trotter, C. White, N. Meulenbrock , E. Duncan.

Emily McIlvena

Tayla Stahl-Smith

Lindsay Tucker

Emily Wallace

Sarah McNamara

Zoe Mitchell

Sam Larkins

Belinda Bowey

SEWF Award Winners Goal Kicking Div 1 Emily Mcilvena Div 2 Tayla Stahl-Smith Div 3 Lindsay Tucker

Eastern Devils Bass Coast Frankston

27 Goals 60 Goals 42 Goals

Best and Fairest Div 1 Emily Wallace Sarah McNamara Div 2 Tayla Stahl-Smith Div 3 Zoe Mitchell

Cranbourne Eastern Devils Bass Coast Hastings

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Volunteer of the Year Sam Larkins Eastern Devils 350 Games Belinda Bowey

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