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Can the Redlegs rise to the challenge? Division 1 - Round 9 Saturday 2nd June 2018

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


AFL South East Incredibly we are approaching the half-way mark of the season, which is not quite enough critical mass to assess the success or otherwise of the divisional structure within the MPNFL. However, over recent weeks there has been a significant number of close games – enough to indicate there is an increase in the evenness of the competition. Last week’s Division 1 games, perhaps apart from Bonbeach v Seaford, could all have gone either way at some point. Mornington challenged Pines until very late, Bombers won by 10 points over ladder-leader Sorrento, Edithvale Aspendale just shaded Mt Eliza and, in the turn up of the day, Rosebud defeated reigning Peninsula Premier Frankston YCW by five points. Division 2 had three games determined by a goal or less, including two games with a point the difference at the final siren. Special mention to Crib Point which beat Devon Meadows at home for its first win of the season. Across both divisions all clubs have now won at least one game. For the season to date, the average winning margin in Division 1 is 24 points. Compare this to the Peninsula League margins for the same period in 2017 which was an average margin of 40 points. Likewise, if we compare Division 2 to Nepean in 2017, in 2018 the average winning margin is 33 points, compared with 57 in 2017. So, we are seeing a definite trend toward more competitive games. We should also see some teams playing finals for the first time in a while. Dromana remains the only undefeated team across both divisions following its demolition of Pearcedale last week.

Sorrento and Edithvale Aspendale could well be playing for top spot. Edi Asp has certainly not let the loss of fourpremiership points in round one affect their form. YCW will be looking to bounce back. They rarely lose two in a row. However, they are coming up against a rising young side in Mt Eliza, very much on the improve. At the other end of the ladder, it is a crucial game for both Mornington and Seaford. For the loser the bottom of the ladder beckons, something neither side deserves on form, but such is the competitive nature of the league at the moment. In Division 2 Dromana will be looking to maintain its undefeated season when it takes on Langwarrin. It won’t be easy against the improving Kangaroos, who beat second-placed Chelsea by the barest of margins last week and are now eyeing off a finals spot. In administrative news, the AFL South East Annual General Meeting was conducted last Monday night. Fraser Bayne has been appointed to a casual vacancy on the Commission, representing the Frankston & District Junior Football League (FDJFL). The appointment will be formally elected at the next FDJFL AGM. Fraser joins Peter Wakeling on the Commission, who was appointed to represent the MPNFL and will also be formally elected at the next MPNFL AGM. John Anderson Region General Manager AFL South East

As has previously been stated it would be even more beneficial if we can get to three divisions, to allow more clubs to experience finals football. Something to work on. The competitive trend should continue this weekend with some crackerjack games, particularly in Division 1. The top-four clubs are playing each other, so the round could shape the final positions leading into the finals.

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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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The Weekly Rewind A Memorable Round in the MPNFL By David Nagel What a fantastic round of football in the MPNFL last week with significant upsets - and close finishes - the order of the day across both divisions. And the home sides had a field day, with 10 of 11 celebrating home-ground victories! In Division One, Rosebud and Frankston caused the boilovers of the day defeating the top-two teams in Frankston YCW and Sorrento respectively. The Buds took a giant step towards survival in the top flight with a courageous win against the Stonecats, with three goals to two in the final term after scores were locked at three-quarter time. Josh Harris was sensational for the Buds in defence while Keegan Downie booted three to see the Stonecats fall to back-to-back losses. And Mt Eliza and Sorrento will test the Stonecats over the next two weeks of footy. Frankston rode a roller-coaster ride to a 10-point victory over Sorrento at Greg Beck Oval. The Bombers had the better of the first quarter, but had to shake off a brave Sharks’ outfit that refused to throw in the towel. Like Rosebud, the Bombers kicked three goals to two in the final term to grind their way to victory. Ryan Marks-Logan played a ripper for the winners, while Sam Fox was dangerous up forward with three. In other games, Aaron Edwards returned to his best with seven goals in Pines’ 22-point victory over Mornington, Jack Williams and Jacko Casey were superb in Bonbeach’s 44-point win over Seaford, while Edi-Asp prevailed in a high-quality contest against Mt Eliza at Regents Park. Michael Bussey was the difference between the two teams, slotting four, while the Eagles’ defence did a wonderful job of restricting the highest-scoring forward line in the competition. Crib Point smashed out a huge rendition of its club themesong after the Magpies claimed their first Division-Two victory of the season against Devon Meadows. Leading by 10-points at three-quarter time, coach Nathan Johns asked his Magpies for the supreme home-ground effort in the final term. “Our pressure is outstanding and our energy is spot on, we’ve got 27 minutes to go, 27 minutes to get our first ‘W’, “Johns roared. “We do not stop, let’s hit 30 tackles for the quarter and hurt them harder for longer.” The Magpies responded brilliantly, with Jacob ‘Snake’ Cook, Brendan Phillips and Rueben Jamieson repelling dangerous advances from the Panthers, who did lift their rating in the final term. But a great mark and goal from Tim Daniel, at the 17-minute mark, put the champagne on ice, before a snap from Brad Davidson popped the corks on a well-deserved victory for the Maggies.

“We’ve been sticking to our guns for the last month or so, really training hard, and it was our first four-quarter performance for the year,” said a delighted Johns after the match. “The feeling is unbelievable. To come to the club and have my first senior win is fantastic and I’m going to enjoy it with the boys tonight, that’s for sure. “It’s been tough at times but I’ve always kept positive and I know we can get something out of this group. I couldn’t be prouder today and hopefully this is the start of something we can really build on.” Johns acknowledged the efforts of his team, particularly the back half who stood tall under immense pressure in the final term. “Especially ‘Snake’ (Cook), he’s been around the club a long time, and the boys really followed his leadership and composure down there. But our whole back seven were unreal today, I shouldn’t single anyone out.” Langwarrin’s Jesse Murphy and Chelsea’s Curtis Bywater staged a Saturday-shootout at Lloyd Park. Murphy kicked seven, and Bywater six, as the Kangaroos came from 19-points behind at three-quarter time to claim a thrilling one-point victory. Blake Harkness led from the front for the Kangas, while Ben Graham joined Bywater as the best for the deflated Gulls. Karingal also won by the narrowest of margins, riding a raucous home crowd to a 9.12.66 to 9.11.65 victory over Red Hill. The Bulls started the better, but the Hillmen worked their way into a winning position with six goals to three through the middle stages of the match. But great last quarters from Aaron Paxton, Nathan Villella and Jake Archdeacon saw the Bulls prevail in a thriller. In other games, Dromana kicked the sweep kicking 25 goals in a 111-point demolition of Pearcedale, while Andrejs Everitt showed his class with a seven-goal haul in Somerville’s 82-point victory over Tyabb. And Hastings celebrated the 200th game of club stalwart Colin McVeigh with a 12.12.84 to 11.12.78 triumph over Rye. For Crib Point’s winning song go to: https://youtu.be/bCRxaLucNcM For MAY 26 RESULTS MPNFL Div 1 see page 10 MPNFL Div 2 see page 46

Langwarrin’s Jesse Murphy kicks one of his seven goals, watched closely by Chelsea’s Curtis Bywater - who kicked six - in a Saturday Shootout at Lloyd Park.

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Footy Preview - Division 1 Does it get any better than this? By David Nagel It’s getting hot in the kitchen in MPNFL Division One with a magnificent round of matches set to bring down the curtain on a stunning first half of the season this afternoon. All five games are absolute crackers this week with no more than two spots separating all combatants. Mornington and Seaford lock horns in a key relegation battle at Belvedere Reserve, while the games between Bonbeach and Pines, and Rosebud and Frankston, will have a huge bearing on the mid-table battle come season’s end. But the real action – well it takes place at the pointy end of the ladder. Frankston YCW will look to arrest a two-game losing streak when the Stonecats welcome a dangerous Mt Eliza to Jubilee Park. Losing two on the trot is not uncommon for most clubs, but we have to go all the way back to the finals series of 2013 to see the last time the Stonecats fell to such a fate. But consecutive losses to Pines and Rosebud has given the Stonecats an unusual air of vulnerability about them right now. “I thought we were ok until round five, we had some good wins against Sorrento, Edi-Asp and Bombers, but we’ve really been tested by an absolute catastrophe with injuries,” said coach Wayne Capp. “Angus Wright and Ryan Santon are both out for the season with broken ankles, and players like (Ash) Eames and (Paul) Minchington are pretty hard to replace as well. “They’re not excuses, they’re the facts, and our depth is being tested thoroughly at the moment. We haven’t been good enough against quality opposition over the last two games, and in this competition, you need to be at your best, week in week out.” The Stonecats are still well positioned in second place, built primarily on the fact that they have a core group of leaders who refuse to buckle under pressure. Skipper Jie Coghlan and Kyle Hutchison have been superb for the Stonecats in recent times, while Michael Debenham continues to take giant strides in his development. “Jie and Kyle and have been rocks all year, but Debenham’s last few weeks have been sensational,” Capp explained. “We’re happy with the young fellas we’ve brought in, but you can’t buy experience and that’s probably cost us in the last quarter of the last couple of games.” Capp knows the challenge ahead is enormous, with the Redlegs and Sorrento keen to knock the four-time reigning champions down a cog or two. “Without being funny, I seriously think we go in as the underdogs in the next two games,” Capp said. “Mt Eliza is flying at the moment, they score heavily, and Sorrento will probably have (Chris) Dawes and (Luke)

Tapscott back by the time we play them over the Queen’s Birthday weekend.” Capp said his miserly defence, the most frugal in the competition, would have some key targets to focus on against the Redlegs. “They’re very dangerous up front, we need to keep (Jordan) Moncrieff, (James) Freeman and (Jordan) Capkin quiet or we could be up against it again,” Capp said. “But we’ll back our boys in, they’ve stood up under enormous pressure before and I’m sure we can do it again.” This one will be a ripper, with two powerhouse clubs fighting for a top-three position at the half-way point of the season. It’s the Stonecats to break their drought – by a meagre three points.

Jordan Moncrieff has been the focal point for Mt Eliza this year. Can the Stonecats stop him?

Sorrento is also on the rebound and faces a tough test at home when Graeme Yates and his in-form EdithvaleAspendale outfit descend on David McFarlane Reserve. The Sharks put up a brave fight against a desperate Frankston Bombers last week – but ended a six-game winning streak that put to bed any question marks about their true credentials after a round-one humiliation. Their brilliant response was hardly surprising – they have talent to burn - but this next fortnight against the Eagles and Frankston YCW will tell the real tale of the season.

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Footy Preview - Division 1 Ryan Williams has been competitive in the ruck while James and Mitch Hallahan and Nick Marston have been superimpressive with their consistency. The Eagles keep finding a way to win, but not by great margins with their 25-point victory over Frankston in round seven their biggest win for the season. But don’t mistake that for no danger, with an eight-goal outburst against Mt Eliza last week reminding everyone of their true potential. Michael Bussey (11) is the only Eagle to have kicked double figures this season – but 27 individual goal kickers is clearly the most of any team in the competition this year. A tough one to tip – but we’ll go for the Eagles by 11 points.

Sorrento skipper James Hallahan will need to be on his toes against Edi-Asp. It’s not the headline act this week, but the game between Bonbeach and Pines should be an absolute beauty at Cannes Avenue. The Sharks finally hit their straps last week, rolling Seaford by 44 points to continue a roller-coaster stretch in their season. Loss, win, loss, win – the Sharks seem to take a step forward and then one to the side in recent times. Jackson Casey has hit a purple patch of form while milestone-man Brad Sykes had a solid hit out against the Tigers last week. Pines coach Paddy Swayn predicted his side would get better over the journey and that would certainly appear to be the case. The Pythons are playing some good footy right now with Paul Scanlon dominating the stoppages and Aaron

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Edwards starting to hit top gear with a seven-goal haul against Mornington last week. If this was at Pines we’d go for the Pythons – but the Sharks will put their home-ground advantage to full use and chalk up a very important 13-point victory. Rosebud and Frankston should be very proud of their achievements this year but won’t be satisfied at all when they run onto Olympic Oval this afternoon. Basically the success or failure of the newly-formed top flight revolved around the competitiveness of the three teams that were promoted. Sorrento was a no brainer, but the Buds and Bombers have added something special to this year’s competition. And it all came to a head last week, knocking off the toptwo teams, setting up a ripping showdown on a familiar canvas for the Buds – with this their sixth home game in the first half of the season. Greg Bentley has seemingly had a kick on every blade of grass while Ben Dwyer, Brenton Davidge and Jordan White have competed with the biggest and best talls going around. The Bombers really needed their win over Sorrento last week. It simply wouldn’t have felt right to see Beau Muston and his boys in seventh position – it feels like they’ve been better than that! Dale Sutton has been a workhorse around the stoppages while Corey Buchan and Jarryd Amalfi will bring some pretty hot form to the table. There will nothing in this one – up she goes – it’s a head… and the Bombers to win by a point. We haven’t really spoken about the nasty ‘R’ yet word this season, but relegation will become a lot more of a reality (there’s another ‘R’ word) after Seaford and Mornington butt heads at Belvedere Reserve. The Tigers were no match for Bonbeach last week, but did finish well when the sting came out of the game. Youngster Ishak Bashir continues to grow in stature, while Tom Shaw, Dean Williamson and Curtis Barker will all take some solid form heading in. Barker kicked three last week – but it should have been four – after he did a Malcolm Blight and kicked one through the wrong posts when running into an open goal! We’re starting to sound like a broken record here, but the Bulldogs were once again competitive against Pines last week, leading at three-quarter time before conceding a sixgoal final term. The Bulldogs were probably lucky to win their only game this season, by a point against Bonbeach, but have been close in enough games to be pushing a lot higher up the ladder. Joel Miller, James Turnbull and Emilio Bitters have been consistent performers for the Doggies – who just can’t seem to dig up a bone! But they’ll get plenty of pats on the back this week after the Bulldogs prevail by 14 points.

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Footy Preview - Division 1 Tipsters Shaun Connell AFLSE Leagues Manager

Haydn Parsons AFLSE Operations

Mornington Bonbeach Frankston Sorrento Frankston YCW

Mornington Pines Frankston Sorrento Frankston YCW

Last Round - 2 Chris Holcombe Interleague Coach

Last Round - 3 Wes Garth AFLSE Commercial Manager

Mornington Pines Frankston Edi-Asp Frankston YCW

Seaford Bonbeach Frankston Sorrento Mt Eliza

Last Round - 3 Simon McEvoy Leader

Last Round - 2

Seaford Pines Frankston Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

Mornington Bonbeach Frankston Sorrento Mt Eliza

Last Round - 3

Ash Robertson Mornington Racing Club

Last Round - 3 Michael Voss RPP FM

Seaford Bonbeach Rosebud Sorrento Frankston YCW

Mornington Pines Rosebud Sorrento Frankston YCW

Last Round - 5

Last Round - 2

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Michael Bussey snagged four goals for Edi-Asp against Mt Eliza last week and will be a key focus for Sorrento.

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Scores, Ladders, Goal Kickers SENIORS

SENIORS

Pines 2.1 7.6 9.7 15.9.99 Mornington 3.6 6.8 9.10 11.11.77 Pines Goals: A. Edwards 7, M. Bezzene 2, G. Hendry 2, C. Ash, T. Bongetti, B. Hendry, L. Potts. Best: P. Scanlon, S. Waterstone, A. Edwards, G. Hendry, C. Ash, N. Wilcox. Mornington Goals: J. Miller 3, J. Calder 3, M. Kleverkamp 2, K. Bird, T. Hobbs, E. Bitters. Best: W. Miller, J. Miller, J. Turnbull, J. Calder, R. Odell, E. Bitters. Frankston Bombers 5.3 5.6 9.9 12.11.83 Sorrento 3.2 6.3 9.5 11.7.73 Frankston Bombers Goals: S. Fox 3, J. Greeley 2, J. Grant 2, B. Sutton, B. Tilley, J. Amalfi, Z. Longham, J. Kingsbury. Best: R. Marks-Logan, B. Sutton, S. Fox, C. Buchan, J. Amalfi, J. Kingsbury. Sorrento Goals: S. Gladman 3, N. Corp 2, L. Poholke, T. Langford, J. Tomkins, J. Hallahan, M. Hallahan, W. Tucker. Best: N. Marston, R. Williams, M. Hallahan, M. King, W. Tucker, J. Hallahan. Rosebud 1.5 2.8 7.12 10.12.72 Frankston YCW 2.2 3.4 8.6 10.7.67 Rosebud Goals: K. Downie 3, T. Stoffels 2, R. Pierce 2, B. Dwyer, G. Bentley, L. Armstrong. Best: J. Harris, B. Wallace, T. Stoffels, S. Downie, G. Bentley, J. McRae. Frankston YCW Goals: M. Debenham 3, J. Butland 2, J. Mazurek 2, J. Butland 2, B. Wagner. Best: M. Debenham, K. Hutchison, C. Ongarello, M. Raine, J. Butland, R. Hodson. Bonbeach 3.4 6.4 11.7 14.8.92 Seaford 0.1 2.4 4.7 6.12.48 Bonbeach Goals: B. Bailey 3, J. Fisscher 2, J. Filippone 2, M. Gent 2, J. Williams, L. Verma, B. Sykes, L. Stenning, J. Casey. Best: J. Williams, J. Casey, B. Sykes, E. Turner, B. Hogan, M. Gent. Seaford Goals: C. Barker 3, M. Terech, I. Bashir, N. Braund. Best Players: I. Bashir, T. Shaw, D. Williamson, C. Barker, Z. Vansittart, M. Terech. Edi-Asp 1.1 9.4 10.10 12.12.84 Mt Eliza 4.4 4.6 7.12 9.16.70 Edi-Asp Goals: M. Bussey 4, M. Clark 2, N. Connellan 2, W. Flavelle, L. Hulett, L. Batten, B. Tagg. Best: M. Bussey, M. Mullins, B. O’Hanlon, S. Mannix, N. Connellan , L. Harris. Mt Eliza Goals: J. Freeman 3, L. Goonan 2, K. Docherty, J. Moncrieff, D. Gormley, T. Radin. Best: M. DeWit, D. Booth, L. Goonan, B. Coates, H. Leonard, K. Docherty. RESERVES Pines F’ston Bombers Rosebud Bonbeach Edi-Asp

6.11.47 v 6.4.40 v 7.7.49 v 2.4.16 v 7.7.49 v

Mornington Sorrento F’ston YCW Seaford Mt Eliza

9.7.61 9.9.63 10.7.67 10.7.67 15.12.102

UNDER 19s Pines 7.2.44 v Rosebud 2.5.17 v Bonbeach 9.8.72 v Edi-Asp 7.3.45 v Frankston Bombers - Bye

Mornington F’ston YCW Seaford Mt Eliza

3.7.25 18.13.121 4.8.32 9.12.66

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

RESERVES

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

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

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8 6 2 0 8 6 2 0 8 6 2 0 8 5 3 0 8 4 4 0 8 4 4 0 8 4 4 0 8 2 5 1 8 1 6 1 8 1 7 0

668 519 599 481 535 529 730 586 644 584 598 576 497 480 498 653 475 665 518 689

128.71 124.53 101.13 124.57 110.27 103.82 103.54 76.26 71.43 75.18

24 24 24 20 16 16 16 10 6 4

8 7 1 0 8 7 1 0 8 6 2 0 8 5 3 0 8 5 3 0 8 3 5 0 8 3 5 0 8 2 6 0 8 1 7 0 8 1 7 0

578 262 461 265 407 325 410 322 361 315 467 449 375 453 343 407 259 493 178 548

220.61 173.96 125.23 127.33 114.60 104.01 82.78 84.28 52.54 32.48

28 28 24 20 20 12 12 8 4 4

7 7 0 0 7 6 1 0 8 5 3 0 7 4 3 0 7 3 4 0 7 3 4 0 7 2 5 0 7 1 6 0 7 1 6 0 0 0 0 0

735 146 433 297 582 374 418 375 334 415 357 494 371 353 202 495 237 720 0 0

503.42 145.79 155.61 111.47 80.48 72.27 105.10 40.81 32.92 0

28 24 20 16 12 12 8 4 4 0

SEN Hot Shot GOAL KICKERS SENIORS Jordan Moncrieff Leigh Poholke Trent Dennis-Lane James Freeman Josh Butland Aaron Edwards Jackson Calder

TEAM Mt Eliza Sorrento Bonbeach Mt Eliza YCW Pines Mornington

RESERVES Michael Chaplin Thomas Lonie Jake O’Neill Mitchell Chopping Aaron Jackson William Mace Justin Kiss Lachlan Armstrong Mark Di Blasio Mitchell Allen Rhys Chalkley UNDER 19
 Sam Hart Sam Sturt Tom Wisneske Koby Villis Ryan Francis Joshua O’Toole Brody Colquhoun-Matthews Tommas Crimmins Max McLaughlin Beau Galley

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YCW Seaford Edi-Asp Mt Eliza Mt Eliza Mt Eliza Frankston Rosebud Seaford Edi-Asp Pines

4 5 1 0 1 4 2 0 2 3 0

25 17 11 11 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

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

0 0 1 0 0 5 1 1 2 2

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Division 1 - Fixture Round 1

Round 8

Round 15

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

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

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

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Round 16

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

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

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

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

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

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

AFL Vic Vountry Championships

Saturday 2nd June Seaford v Mornington (SEA) Bonbeach v Pines (BON) Rosebud v Frankston (ROS) Sorrento v Edi-Asp (SOR) Frankston YCW v Mt Eliza (YCW)

Queens B’day Round Saturday 9th June Sorrento v Frankston YCW (SOR) - RD 10 Mt Eliza v Frankston (MTE) - RD 10

Round 10 Saturday 16th June Edi Asp v Bonbeach (EDI) Seaford v Pines (SEA) Mornington v Rosebud (MOR)

Round 11 Saturday 23rd June Mt Eliza v Sorrento (MTE) Bonbeach v Rosebud (BON) Frankston v Mornington (FRA) Frankston YCW v Seaford (YCW) Sunday 24th June Pines v Edi-Asp (PIN)

Round 12 Saturday 30th June Bonbeach v Frankston YCW (BON) Rosebud v Sorrento (ROS) Seaford v Frankston (SEA) Mornington v Edi Asp (MOR) Pines v Mt Eliza (PIN)

Round 13 Saturday 7th July Frankston v Frankston YCW (FRA) Edi Asp v Seaford (EDI) Sorrento v Bonbeach (SOR) Rosebud v Pines YCW (ROS) Sunday 8th July Mt Eliza v Mornington (MTE)

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

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

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

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

FOOTBALL FINALS Saturday 25th August Qualifying Final Sunday 26th August Elimination Final Saturday 1st September 2nd Semi Final Sunday 2nd September 1st Semi Final Sunday 9th September Preliminary Final Saturday 15th September Grand Final

NETBALL FINALS Week 1 Saturday 25th or Sunday 26th August Week 2 Saturday 1st or Sunday 2nd September Week 3 Saturday 8th or Sunday 9th September

Saturday 19th May MPNFL 7.7.49 v NFL 12.17.89

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Our great sponsors at AIRFOUR bring you our club notes this week. Commercial & Domestic heating & cooling and servicing are all available through their service network. Contact Damain at their website: https://www.airfour.com.au/ A 8 goal 2nd quarter setup the senior boys for a strong win against Mt.Eliza. With Michael Bussey on fire up forward and the backline keeping the pressure on the 4 points were ours. Best players were M. Bussey, M. Mullins, B. O’’Hanlon, S. Mannix, N. Connellan , L. Harris. The seconds battled hard all day but were not able to control a strong opposition that were too good. Best players were M. Byrnes, A. Rose, J. O’Neill, S. Miller, D. McCarthy. The 19’s were also up against a tough team and fell short by 21 points. A good game to watch and with a week off the boys will bounce back. Best players were B. Ward, J. Stuart, Z. O’Neill, T. Brodie, H. Flavelle, L. Macquire. ****NEXT CLUB FUNCTION**** CHARITY DAY LUNCHEON BREATHE LIFE FOR SPENCER SATURDAY 16TH JUNE 12.00 NOON REGENTS PARK SOCIAL ROOMS 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. Calling all supporters - Do you or your family have club history hidden away? We are on a search for club history. Contact us through the website www.easc.com.au

Last week we ventured to Edi-Asp on a great day for footy. The Under 19’s saw First v Second do battle. After an even first quarter we led by 9 points at 1/2 time. We then kicked 5.8 to 4.2 in the 2nd half to win by 21. Lachie Williams kicked 3 to be in the best, along with Elliot Simmons, Beau Galley, Kurt Thiele, Baxter Kirk & Sam Webster. The Reserves were outstanding in the 1st quarter booting 7.4 to nil to blow the game wide open. After 1/4 time things evened up with the Redlegs just winning the last half to get home by 53. Buz Mace with 4 goals was great, along with Westy (2), Cuz (2), Aiden Smith (2), Jacko, Sammy Hallpike and Big Sexy. The Seniors started well with 4 goals to 1, however Edi dominated the 2nd kicking 8 goals to 6 behinds to lead by 3 goals at 1/2 time. We won the last 1/2 by a couple of goals but went down by 14. Jimmy Freeman booted 3 and Luca Goonan 2 with best players being Boota, DeWit, Goonan, Docka, Harps & Coates. Social: Presidents Luncheon @ Club next Saturday - $60 includes Lunch & Drinks between midday and 2pm. Special Guest speaker Kristina Karlsson from Kikki-k. Annual Ball @ Mornington Racecourse - Sat Jun 23rd $140 (U/19’s $120) includes live entertainment, cocktail food & drinks package. Sponsor of the Week: Kikki-k Swedish Stationery & Gifts Thanks to Kristina & Paul for their ongoing support. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @mtelizafc Redleg.

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Footy Notes Frankston Bombers

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Greetings Bomber fans to your Saturday afternoon footy fix. Loved our last day at the footy with a quality game, made better with a great result with the Red’nBlack family in full voice in the tense last quarter. Champion Data reported a world record for calls of BAAAALLLL coming from the Deck,great use of the lungs by all. Sutts & Foxy were super in the middle & hit the scoreboard while the defence led by Rowdy stood firm under Frankston pressure. The Ressies fell just short in the last quarter with Doug’s Dustyesque hair helping him to kick a couple with J Mac, Batty & Fuzz in the best. Today sees Jason Kingsbury play his 100th senior game for the club and we congratulate him on this significant milestone. Long after Kinga is finshed playing footy, he will remember his 100th today, so lets make it a fond memory. Lets here from the great man who wears the 44; Who did you play in your first senior game? Rosebud Win or lose? Lost How did you go? Not much to brag about Favourite teamate? Chappy, he is my best mate Funniest teamate? Symesy cracks me up Favourite supporter? The Misso, Sharnee Pre game routines? Always have porridge with sugar for breakfast on game day. Like to arrive at the ground early, before 1/2 time of the reserves. What would you do is you won the upcoming $10,000 draw? Travel to Europe at the end of the season All the Bomber family will be supporting Kinga and all wearing the black with red sash today as we chase another 4 points. Go well & Go Bomber

Seaford Another disappointing result for our senior lads even though their effort can not be questioned. We had a large chunk of the play but the Sharks were too polished when they got hold of it. The consistency of young Bash has been such a standout with another quality performance. It feels like it all will click soon for fwd Curtis Barker. It feels like he is about to take a game by the scruff of the neck. Disappointing result for our U19s who were dominating play in the first qtr but just couldn’t hurt the scoreboard. It seems a battle of minds for the Cubs as well as the consistency of our 1st year players is showing up our exp 19s. Great to see one of SJFC products return in Kyle Daff. Showing promising signs of a big future. Well done on the Magoos who made it 6 on the trot! DeBlaz has been eye catching & could be knocking down the door especially after that “Kraska” like mark. Great to see the return of Rory Luxton! It’s been a long road back for Luxto but he was finally able to return and showed

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some signs of those talents before being cut down by injury. Hopefully he has a change of luck this time around. Fantastic effort to our female departs Netball had 3 wins from 4. Our A grade sit top with 8wins and our B grade in 3rd on 7wins from their 8 matches. Our Rettes made it 3 consecutive weeks of 3 wins, to make it 9 from 9 so far in 2018. Quality work gals. Ps. Clubs annual golf day is next Sunday. Being held at Mton GC. Speak to Stephen Straughair to book.

Sorrento The trip to Baxter Park saw us take on a club we’ve had some epic battles with in recent times. In the Scoobs the cockroach Dion found himself in the unusual position of having to leave blokes out rather than chasing numbers. It’s a good sign for the club entering the colder months that we have depth and importantly it helped chalk up another victory. The boys are improving each week so the next step forward is to take a big scalp. Today at home is your chance to do that. The ladder and competition is tight making every win a gold bar. Today’s your chance to make a statement and let the competition know that Sorrento is here and we’re the real deal. Leave nothing in the tank and we’ll take whatever result that brings. The seniors was always going to be a ripping contest and it didn’t disappoint. It was goal for goal and plenty of lead changes throughout the day. Frankston found themselves in front when it mattered so kudos to them, but there were plenty of positives to take from the day. The performance of some of the “next generation” was a highlight with their pressure acts and discipline. It was disappointing to lose but the fact the top 3 sides lost on the day shows if you’re off by a little, you’ll get found out. It’s how we bounce back that matters so we’d expect nothing less than a 4 quarter effort today. Thought of the week: Why isn’t W pronounced double V !

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Footy Notes Pines An oddity of the season sees us away from our ground for a month. Like all clubs home games are vital cash flow, so we are very fortunate to have fantastic sponsors, that enable us to put out competitive teams, and operate a great community club. Our annual black tie mid year ball is a significant event for the club to come together as sponsors, members, committee, players and coaches. This is on the 16th June at Mornington Racing Club and we intend to make this a night to remember, where we will provide another of our surprises that should excite everyone. The game this week against Bonbeach will give our teams an indication of where we are at, with both sides starting to work their way Into the season. With our senior list starting to get most back on the park, this should strengthen our reserves and 19s. The 19s should be a ripper game with our boys learning how to win, and liking the experience. A couple of plugs for upcoming events in June. 16 June - The annual black tie ball at MRC 24 June - 1988 Seniors reunion at the Sunday game. 30 June - Events Committee function at the club. Enjoy the game.

Rosebud

Today we welcome Frankston Bombers to Olympic Park. Last week consolidating wins by our senior football & netball teams topped off a fantastic past players day in glorious conditions and in front of a great crowd. The day started with great sportsmanship by YCW with 3 of their players taking the field with our U19s who fitted in remarkably well. After a fairly even 1st term YCW slipped into gear and won by a convincing margin. The Development Team had a really good first half against the top team but after one of those ever familiar 10 min lapses which let the opposition kick 4 unanswered goals and we ultimately went down by 3 goals. In the senior game we knew it would be a grind and we had to stay with them and give ourselves an opportunity to finish stronger. We had plenty of the ball early but only had 1.7 to show for it while YCW took their chances and were cleaner around the ground. Scores were level at the last change and the guys lifted their pressure and were rewarded kicking the last 2 goals to win by 5 points. It was a super team effort across the board with everyone playing their role. It was great to see most of the 1988 premiership team & officials at the Club and celebrating the win. It’s never too late to become a sponsor! Contact

Tim Hakfoort (0488552960) or Lachie White (0418105716) if you want to join the team or can refer a business. Get your ticket for the Midseason Masquerade Ball to be held at Jetty Road Brewery on Sat 16 June (M’ton away game). Go buds!

Mornington Last against Pines we were beaten by a better side. We gave ourselves chances with the way we played & our pressure was great. Chooka rucked with all rucks our injured & competed well and gave us a great contest. We let ourselves down at times with opportunities that we didn’t take, where we kicked behinds when had we converted would’ve put scoreboard pressure on. We know we are not to far away and if we could get a full side on the track at all this season it would be interesting to see where we would be. Looking forward to the challenge of today against Seaford. After a few weeks of up and down performances the development side played our most consistent footy. A big highlight of the second half was the great teamwork showed by the returning Quinn Christy in providing the launchpad for a massive Sam In what was a very good even team performance the better players on the day were Webber, Dadds and Crawford down back. Westy, Tpags and Wellsy were also busy through the day. Breno, Wellsy and JJ kicked a couple each up forward. We move on to Seaford this week and look forward to continue building momentum for the rest of the season In the 19’s Pines played a extremely high standard of football and completely out played us the entire game. They showed us that attitude means everything and ladder positions don’t mean much if a teams turns up ready to play on the day. We are looking for a better performance & expect a tough game against Seaford today. Go Doggies!! WOOF WOOF

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Footy Notes Frankston YCW This week we welcome Mt Eliza FNC to John Coburn Oval for what promises to be three high class contests. Last week we travelled to sunny Rosebud with mixed results. The Unders started off on the right foot and against a depleted opposition, put in a solid 4 quarter effort to record a resounding win. Josh Berenger was best along with Tom Baker and Caleb Douglas. Josh O’Toole slotted 5. The Two’s started slowly against a spirited opposition but managed to have their noses in front by half-time. A solid team performance in the second half sealed another victory, but taking the foot off the gas is risky. Patto, Blackie and Harrison were best. Chappy snagged 4. The last time the Numero’s lost two in a row, Moses had just come down the mountain! The effort couldn’t be questioned but we weren’t able to find ourselves in front when it mattered most. Debba with 3 majors continued his dominant season and was our best, both Kyle and Onga tried hard all day.

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Bonbeach After stewing on a 1 point loss for 14 days, the seniors came out with an emphatic 44 point win vs Seaford! Well done to Brad Sykes who played his 100th game for Bonbeach Sharks seniors on the weekend. He also played 100+ games for Bonbeach YCW juniors as well. A great achievement! Our U/19s are much improved, running over the top of Seaford for the first time in recent memory! This week we play a great outfit across the 3 grades Pines Pythons. We look forward to the challenge to play the Sharks brand on our home turf and look to get 3 wins!! Sharks2018

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Colours: Royal Black Blue, Red & Gold & White Coaches Senior: Senior:Simon Ben Murphy Goosey Reserves: Reserves: Mark MarkPaganoni Dessent U19: U19:Brad Joe Harvey Hallal

Colours: Royal Black Blue, Red & Gold & White Coaches Senior: Senior:Simon Ben Murphy Goosey Reserves: Reserves: Mark MarkPaganoni Dessent U19: U19:Brad Joe Harvey Hallal

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bonbeaCh pines

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Colours: Black, Green Red&&Red White Coaches Senior: Senior:Stephen Patrick Swayn Hughes Reserves: Reserves: Corey GlennJohnson Cornell U19: U19: Steven Mark Thomas Jackson

Colours: Black, Green Red&&Red White Coaches Senior: Senior:Stephen Patrick Swayn Hughes Reserves: Reserves: Corey GlennJohnson Cornell U19: U19: Steven Mark Thomas Jackson

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frankston rosebud

Colours: Navy Red Blue & Black & White Coaches Senior: Senior:Adrian Beau Muston McBean Reserves: Luke TravisFarrelly Reints U19: U19: Zachary Matt Baker Horsley

Colours: Navy Red Blue & Black & White Coaches Senior: Senior:Adrian Beau Muston McBean Reserves: Luke TravisFarrelly Reints U19: U19: Zachary Matt Baker Horsley

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Bryce Gibson Ethan Wright Zac White Jamie Clarke Dale White Nathan Abbott Aaron Daniel Best Clarke Matthew Harris Josh Harris Joel TravisAllamby Bolton Jackson AnthonyBurr Pegg Ryan Cody Murdoch Hotchin Jason Kingsbury Clancy Fulton Jack McMillan Glenn Thomson Elih Cadby Jacob Adam Raphael Pasquill Michael Luck Nathan Phillips Rhys McLennan Sean Cameron BlakeDe Porta Rhys Deugd Campbell Hustwaite Wayne Groves Bradford Liam Ryan KaneHolland Donald Brad Jason Bedford Lachlan Taylor Josh Hutchison Jaycob Argentino Jordan Walker Matt Maher Tadiwa Ed Ellis Harawa Ben simmons Mitchell Smith Nick Wishart Hamish Martin Chris McConville Reid Nanscawen Jack Santon Jai Nanscawen Peter Bradbury Matt Cumming Josh Chapman Stephen Cumming Daniel Logan Palser

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Corey Buchan Fletcher Hustwaite Dale Sutton(RC) Phil Jones Sam Rhys Drake Pierce Alex Harnett Keegan Downie Jay Reynolds Daniel O’Hehir Ben Northover Lachie Mew Brett AaronSutton Rose Sam Fox (VC) Kurtis Corrin Beau Muston Daniel Wilson Ryan Marks-Logan Jordan White Waide Symes Robbie Bos Jarrad Grant Tom Stoffels Jay Page David Cohn Daniel Myers Ben Garlick Brian O Carroll Jake Corrin Jarryd Amalfi JoshLongham Fisher Zac Ben Dwyer Jake Greely Ben Tournier Brenton Davidge Jacob Cudmore Dale Stephens Michael Webb Sean Downie Matthew Offer(C) Greg Bentley Brandon Tilley Jason Henderson Cameron O Neill Jackson Mc Rae Will Seb Majcher Krumeich Corey Micari Lachie Armstrong Kobe Groat Isaac Drinkwater-Coates Ben Sharman Jack Josh Jarman Francis Chris Zurek Mitchell Bosward (C) Matt Baker Luke Lewis Brenton Payne Allan Williams Adam Kiss Jarred Justin Bart Housden Wallace Ben

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Will Aaron Barnett Colombo Koby MitchVillis Sherar Joseph Ben Jovanoski Ryan (VC) Quentin Brayden Newton Glaum Jake Matt Rigby Suric Connor Aaron Colombo Does Ben JackWilliams Stewart Reece Nic Sakalis Brodrick Lachlan Joel Hepner Avery (C) Matthew Kieran Hanley Turville Dylan Seth O’Reilly Garrett Jesse DylanBucher Suric Miles Robbie Lorimer Harrigan Bailey AngusPage Prentice Will Braydan Majcher Maizey Tom Giordan Whyte DeBruin Kristian Kyle McCaw Stylianou Jack Mathews

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Bryce Gibson Ethan Wright Zac White Jamie Clarke Dale White Nathan Abbott Aaron Daniel Best Clarke Matthew Harris Josh Harris Joel TravisAllamby Bolton Jackson AnthonyBurr Pegg Ryan Cody Murdoch Hotchin Jason Kingsbury Clancy Fulton Jack McMillan Glenn Thomson Elih Cadby Jacob Adam Raphael Pasquill Michael Luck Nathan Phillips Rhys McLennan Sean Cameron BlakeDe Porta Rhys Deugd Campbell Hustwaite Wayne Groves Bradford Liam Ryan KaneHolland Donald Brad Jason Bedford Lachlan Taylor Josh Hutchison Jaycob Argentino Jordan Walker Matt Maher Tadiwa Ed Ellis Harawa Ben simmons Mitchell Smith Nick Wishart Hamish Martin Chris McConville Reid Nanscawen Jack Santon Jai Nanscawen Peter Bradbury Matt Cumming Josh Chapman Stephen Cumming Daniel Logan Palser

Under 19’s

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Tyson Pyper Josh Ritchie-Crichton Jackson Radford Seth O’Reilly Liam DrewGlennie Bunworth Luke Frith Scotland Ure Liam Wishart Jordan Clough Levi McLoughlin-Dore

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Will Aaron Barnett Colombo Koby MitchVillis Sherar Joseph Ben Jovanoski Ryan (VC) Quentin Brayden Newton Glaum Jake Matt Rigby Suric Connor Aaron Colombo Does Ben JackWilliams Stewart Reece Nic Sakalis Brodrick Lachlan Joel Hepner Avery (C) Matthew Kieran Hanley Turville Dylan Seth O’Reilly Garrett Jesse DylanBucher Suric Miles Robbie Lorimer Harrigan Bailey AngusPage Prentice Will Braydan Majcher Maizey Tom Giordan Whyte DeBruin Kristian Kyle McCaw Stylianou Jack Mathews

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Tyson Pyper Josh Ritchie-Crichton Jackson Radford Seth O’Reilly Liam DrewGlennie Bunworth Luke Frith Scotland Ure Liam Wishart Jordan Clough Levi McLoughlin-Dore


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Colours: Colours: Navy RedBlue & White & White Coaches Coaches Senior: Graeme Luke Tapscott Yeates Reserves: Dion MarkPhillips Fitcher U19: Aaron Martello & Damian Harris

Colours: Colours: Navy Red Blue & White & White Coaches Coaches Senior: Senior: Luke Graeme Tapscott Yeates Reserves: Reserves:Dion Mark Phillips Fitcher U19: Aaron Martello & Damian Harris

Seniors & Reserves

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Sam Monaghan Shannon Gladman Billy LukeFlavelle Tapscott Tim Kelly Trevor Mattison (RC) Stephen Miller Jack Grant Matthew Clark Mitch Hallahan Joel Martello Zach Byrns Tom Turner Leigh Poholke Andrew Luxa Chris AaronDawes Johns Alex Bird Lachie Batten Nick Muller Lochie O’Connor Ryan Harris Potter Liam Steven Mannix (C) Chad Harris Tim Mannix Daniel Grant Charile Jake Di Martello Pasquale Callan Van Dyke Harrison White Brent Harry Bowden Carter Brock Downie Michael Walker Liam Hulett Mitchell Towers(VC) Mick Meehan Kenneth King Nick Connellan Ben ChrisMcCormack Wylie Matt Dobrowolski Michael Bussey (RC) Nick McCarthy Corp Dan (RC) Mitch Allen Tom English Elliot Macquire Ryan Williams Jake O’Neill Matthew King Max Byrnes Danny Stephenson Brett Dore Jayden Tomkins Nic Carlon Will Tucker Ryan Morris Jake Main (RVC) Angus Macquire

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Bradley Tagg Dylan Dunstan Lachlan Foley Nat Diconza Mark Mullins (VC) (VC) Nick Marston Ryan HeathO’Leary Conolly Zack EthanBailey King (RVC) Jake Nash James Brigden James Watterson Ben CraigFeldhofer Rae James (C) Harley Hallahan Dale MarcusWarke Gardner Darcy Anthony Ring Cam Neale Finn Callaghan Matt Sinclair Brett O’Hanlon Tom Langford L. Busch Croad Lachlan Todd CalebWoodbridge Delaney Campbell Josh Iezzi Ak Adam Pat HallLello Tim Yeowart Chris Croad Jordan Davey AdamFoutouros Hyman Zack Dan Sam Hickey Moloney Michael Pattison Tim Botteril Lachlan Robinson Adam Rose DeanCarlon Patton Sam Mick Fiore Broady Fernee Bryce AaronRadford Hamzsak Christian Mascali Lachlan Rodway Jeremy Heys

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Bradley Tagg Dylan Dunstan Lachlan Foley Nat Diconza Mark Mullins (VC) (VC) Nick Marston Ryan HeathO’Leary Conolly Zack EthanBailey King (RVC) Jake Nash James Brigden James Watterson Ben CraigFeldhofer Rae James (C) Harley Hallahan Dale MarcusWarke Gardner Darcy Anthony Ring Cam Neale Finn Callaghan Matt Sinclair Brett O’Hanlon Tom Langford L. Busch Croad Lachlan Todd CalebWoodbridge Delaney Campbell Josh Iezzi Ak Adam Pat HallLello Tim Yeowart Chris Croad Jordan Davey AdamFoutouros Hyman Zack Dan Sam Hickey Moloney Michael Pattison Tim Botteril Lachlan Robinson Adam Rose DeanCarlon Patton Sam Mick Fiore Broady Fernee Bryce AaronRadford Hamzsak Christian Mascali Lachlan Rodway Jeremy Heys

Under 19’s

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Sam Monaghan Shannon Gladman Billy LukeFlavelle Tapscott Tim Kelly Trevor Mattison (RC) Stephen Miller Jack Grant Matthew Clark Mitch Hallahan Joel Martello Zach Byrns Tom Turner Leigh Poholke Andrew Luxa Chris AaronDawes Johns Alex Bird Lachie Batten Nick Muller Lochie O’Connor Ryan Harris Potter Liam Steven Mannix (C) Chad Harris Tim Mannix Daniel Grant Charile Jake Di Martello Pasquale Callan Van Dyke Harrison White Brent Harry Bowden Carter Brock Downie Michael Walker Liam Hulett Mitchell Towers(VC) Mick Meehan Kenneth King Nick Connellan Ben ChrisMcCormack Wylie Matt Dobrowolski Michael Bussey (RC) Nick McCarthy Corp Dan (RC) Mitch Allen Tom English Elliot Macquire Ryan Williams Jake O’Neill Matthew King Max Byrnes Danny Stephenson Brett Dore Jayden Tomkins Nic Carlon Will Tucker Ryan Morris Jake Main (RVC) Angus Macquire

20 Max Petrie Reece Orchard 21 Matthew Moloney James Hickey 22 Brad Seamons Sam Hart 23 Zack Barrett Sam McRae 24 Luke Kemfield Ben Ward 25 Jaxon Stuart Ryan Francis 26 Wil Barron Daniel Davies 28 Ethan Hersey-Kilner Brody Colquhoun-Matthews Strength sports 29 Harryin Flavelle Zack O’Neill 30 Tyler Brodie Kane Hutchinson 31 Angus Busch Bryce Radford Tristan Harris Ash Flynn Tim Simone Luke Macquire Mitchell Watson Rory Radford

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Reece Orchard James Hickey Sam Hart Sam McRae Ben Ward Ryan Francis Daniel Davies Brody Colquhoun-Matthews Zack O’Neill Kane Hutchinson Bryce Radford Tristan Harris Ash Flynn Tim Simone Luke Macquire Mitchell Watson Rory Radford

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Max Petrie Matthew Moloney Brad Seamons Zack Barrett Luke Kemfield Jaxon Stuart Wil Barron Ethan Hersey-Kilner Harry Flavelle Tyler Brodie Angus Busch

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Colours: Gold, NavyWhite Blue & Red Black Coaches Senior: Senior: Troy Wayne Shannon Capp Reserves: Res: Lewis Nathan Roberts Clayton U19: U19: Paul PeterGoonan Falzon

Colours: Gold, NavyWhite Blue & Red Black Coaches Senior: Senior: Troy Wayne Shannon Capp Reserves: Res: Lewis Nathan Roberts Clayton U19: U19: Paul PeterGoonan Falzon

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Seniors & Reserves RED

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Christian Ongarello 38 James Hammond 40 Byron Barry 39 Damien Kent 44 Scott Macleod (DVC) 40 Jordan CapkinCONCEPT DEVELOPMENT 45 Lachlan Wallace 41 Harper Leonard 46 Jie Coghlan ( C ) 42 Jordan Moncrieff 48 Trent Cowled(RC) 43 Robbie Turnbull 52 Ash Eames 44 Shane Tennant (C) 53 Paul Minchington 46 MichaelFreeman Debenham 45 Jimmy 55 JesseDocherty Coghlan 47 Kyle 56 Anthony Barry 48 Callan Park 58 Matthew La Fontaine 49 Sam Gill 59 Steve O’Donnell 50 Darren Booth 60 Kevin Lylak 51 Riley Thorpe 61 Tom Capp 52 Sam Hallpike 63 Macklin Raine 53 Blaine 64 LachlanCoates Street 54 Brenton Credlin 55 Harry Smith 65 Ryley Hodson 56 Daniel Gormley 67 Ben Buckley 58 Ben Landry 68 Jack Mazurek 59 Liam Berry 69 Ryan Santon 60 Tim Strickland 70 Pat Johnstone 61 Aaron Dunne Khan Haretku 62 Chris Cleary Luke Paynter 63 Josh Curren Josh Butland 64 Kyle Hutchison 65 Sam Danks (VC) Ben Wagner 66 Jimmy Logan JamesHowell Bryant (RC) 67 Sam Jake Lovett 68 Mitch Chopping Michael Chaplin 69 Mitch McCarthy Lew Roberts 70 Jake Tognazzini Rohan Sealey 71 Nick McKinnon Nick King 72 Jake Theobald

AngusRistrom Wright John Cody Henness Matthew Brancatisano Jacob Cheverley Will Mace Brendon Marchmont Mason DeWit Jack Matthews Ryan Mitch Morrison Rowe Ben TylerFarish Sigley Brenton Lambert Owen Vine Josh Patullo Nathan Ryan CharlieMcGannon Patterson Ryan Zinzi Mosimane Harrison Scott Jacob Millman Tom Taylor James Griffiths Max AdamRea Treweek Oscar Marco Craig Kelso Blake Mullane Jordan Pirpiris Callan HaydenRice Raphael PatrickRadin Davenport Trent Robbie Evans Jordan Smale William Dabonde Brad Taylor Jack Keilor Lyndon Curtis Mackenna Hura Sam Mourney Ben Cracknell Harry Lane Lachlan Williams Daniel Hughes Nick Christoforou Angus McNab Adam Treweek Luke Black Jack Brennan Jack Butland Matt Ryan Michael Nicholls

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Christian Ongarello James Hammond Byron Barry Damien Kent Scott Macleod (DVC) Jordan Capkin Lachlan Wallace Harper Leonard Jie Coghlan (C) Jordan Moncrieff Trent Cowled(RC) Robbie Turnbull Ash Eames Shane Tennant (C) Paul Minchington Michael Debenham Jimmy Freeman Jesse Coghlan Kyle Docherty Anthony Barry Callan Park Matthew La Fontaine Sam Gill Steve O’Donnell Darren Booth Kevin Lylak RileyCapp Thorpe Tom Sam Hallpike Macklin Raine Blaine Coates Lachlan Street Brenton Credlin Harry Smith Ryley Hodson Daniel Gormley Ben BenBuckley Landry Jack Mazurek Liam Berry Ryan Santon TimJohnstone Strickland Pat AaronHaretku Dunne Khan ChrisPaynter Cleary Luke JoshButland Curren Josh Kyle SamHutchison Danks (VC) Ben Wagner Jimmy Logan James Bryant (RC) Sam Howell Jake Lovett Mitch Chopping Michael Chaplin Mitch McCarthy Lew Roberts Jake Tognazzini Rohan Sealey NickKing McKinnon Nick Jake Theobald

Taydon Will Antonie Moss Sam Michael Hatch West Jayden HaydenRace Lobb Sam Ben Bryant Webster Lane Ned Meyer Evans-Brumby Andrew Killian Doyle Kelly Josh Bailey Berenger Breen (C) Jordan Will Hollands Berenger James LachieLong Fewster Nick LiamPajer McWilliams Shem Tom Baker Barry Eric Elliot Vansister Simmons Josh BeauO’Toole Galley Luke Braden Findikakas Nelmes Henry Pete Evans-Brumby Vine Tate Mason Sweetnam Page Kobe Kurt Thiele Johnson Max Mourney

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Angus Wright John Ristrom Cody Henness Matthew Brancatisano Jacob Cheverley Will Mace Brendon Marchmont Mason DeWit Jack Matthews Ryan Morrison Mitch Rowe Ben Farish Tyler Sigley Brenton Lambert Owen Vine Josh Patullo Nathan Ryan Charlie Patterson Ryan McGannon Zinzi Mosimane Harrison Scott Jacob Millman Tom Taylor James Griffiths Max Rea Adam Treweek Oscar Kelso Craig Marco Blake JordanMullane Pirpiris Callan Rice Hayden Raphael Patrick Davenport Trent Radin Robbie JordanEvans Smale William Dabonde Brad Taylor Jack Keilor Lyndon Curtis Mackenna Hura SamCracknell Mourney Ben Harry Lane Lachlan Williams Daniel Hughes Nick Christoforou Angus McNab Adam Treweek Luke Black Jack Brennan Jack Butland Matt Ryan Michael Nicholls NAVY

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KobeFerdinand Dalais Mark Dan House Caleb Douglas Nat Turner Dylan Preston Mark Colvin Lachlan Daiziel Baxter Kirk Andrew Chapman LiamAngwin Teiermanis Baily SamBaker Sturt Tom Luke Webster Nathan Mills Aiden Smith Matt McNeil Harvey Harris-Dent Page Nathan Connor Sahely Tom Small Lachie Young Aaron Foss Tom Freeman Finlay Bayne Sean Parker Aaron Jackson

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Taydon Will Antonie Moss Sam Michael Hatch West Jayden HaydenRace Lobb Sam Ben Bryant Webster Lane Ned Meyer Evans-Brumby Andrew Killian Doyle Kelly Josh Bailey Berenger Breen (C) Jordan Will Hollands Berenger James LachieLong Fewster Nick LiamPajer McWilliams Shem Tom Baker Barry Eric Elliot Vansister Simmons Josh BeauO’Toole Galley Luke Braden Findikakas Nelmes Henry Pete Evans-Brumby Vine Tate Mason Sweetnam Page Kobe Kurt Thiele Johnson Max Mourney

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KobeFerdinand Dalais Mark Dan House Caleb Douglas Nat Turner Dylan Preston Mark Colvin Lachlan Daiziel Baxter Kirk Andrew Chapman LiamAngwin Teiermanis Baily SamBaker Sturt Tom Luke Webster Nathan Mills Aiden Smith Matt McNeil Harvey Harris-Dent Page Nathan Connor Sahely Tom Small Lachie Young Aaron Foss Tom Freeman Finlay Bayne Sean Parker Aaron Jackson

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Netball Preview - Division 1 The top four stare each other down By David Nagel Seaford has just one hurdle to overcome to complete the perfect first-half of the season when it welcomes Mornington to Linen House today. A burning desire to finally capitalise on a strong era for the club, combined with some very strong recruiting, has seen the Tigers claw their way to an eight-nil start to the season. The Tigers are no strangers to living at the pointy end of the ladder, finishing third for the last two seasons, but this has a completely different feel to it this time around. Players who have suffered the pain of losing at the preliminary stage before, like Chelsea and Tayla Robertson, Rachel Cosans and Nichelle Liepa are now ready to take the next step and finally add some silverware to the trophy cabinet. Former Narre Warren stars Kara Hargrave and Tracey Dell have added phenomenal strength to the defensive end of the court and know how to win finals. They were key players in the Magpies’ dominance of the SEFNL competition and have the hunger to succeed again. But Mornington will provide a tough test and come into the match on the back of a three-game winning streak. Defenders Candace Page and Alex Newton have had an easy ride of late due to the dominant midcourt ascendency of Georgia Hunter, Tess Cooper, Tess Haddock and Sarah Nash. Throw in the three-pronged attack of Brittany Archdeacon, Holly Newton and Katey Rudolph and Mornington is shaping as one of the real threats this season. But this will be tough – it’s Seaford to win by 10 to 12 goals. Another huge contest takes place at Sorrento where the home team takes on the four-time reigning premiers Edithvale-Aspendale. Both teams have lost just one game this season – to Seaford – so this gives us the perfect indicator as to who the main challenger will be. This will be a great battle between a free-flowing Sorrento and a frugal Edi-Asp. The Eagles have conceded just 204 goals – 72 less than Sorrento (276) – but don’t have the attacking flair of this week’s opponent. The girls from the Southern tip of the Peninsula have scored 414 goals – 58 more than the Eagles – and sit second in that category behind the Tigers (435). Caris MacInnes and Nicole Taylor were miserly against Mt Eliza last week and will look to repel any of Sorrento’s advances. Brianna Hollis, Alexandra Ball and Christina Vickery are star performers through the midcourt, while Eliza McGuigan and Emily Patterson had the radar dialled in against the Redlegs last week. Sorrento will be fired up for this one after losing to

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Seaford on this very court back in round seven. Danielle Taylor and Shelley O’Donnell bring unequalled experience to the table while Maddi Graham and Kate Youlten put some fantastic passages of play together against Frankston last week. Sorrento’s goal-scoring power will give it the edge – but only a slight one by two goals at the final whistle. Rosebud currently sits in fifth place and will apply some serious pressure to the top four if it can conquer the challenge of Frankston at Olympic Oval. Wins over Mt Eliza and Frankston YCW have seen the Buds climb from the lower-reaches of the ladder to emerge as a finals threat in 2018. Nicole Hadgkiss and Millie McDermott held things together through some tough early-season patches and are starting to reap the rewards. Frankston was blown away early by Sorrento last week, but players like Louise Brittain, Emma Mason and Bev Ashauer steadied the ship to cut the margin over the final three quarters. There will be nothing in this one early, but Rosebud’s desperation to stay in touch with the top four will see it emerge victorious. In other games, Jess Tobin’s Frankston YCW should be too strong for Carly Webster’s Mt Eliza at Jubilee Park, while Bonbeach and Pines will be chasing their second wins for the season at Cannes Avenue. Both teams last tasted success in round five and will be keen to not only win, but lift themselves a rung or two on the ladder. The winner could jump to seventh if results go their way. Louise Manders, Remi Hynes, Emma Doderico and Theresa Blaauw had a tough preparation against Seaford last week and will guide Bonbeach home to victory.

Former Australian star Shelley O’Donnell has helped breathe new life into Sorrento.

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Netball Results & Ladders A Grade

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

22 v Seaford 48 59 v Mt Eliza 18 44 v Sorrento 51 26 v Mornington 62 45 v Frankston YCW 36 P W D L F A % P 8 8 0 0 435 233 186.70 32 8 7 1 0 356 204 174.51 28 8 7 1 0 414 276 150.00 28 8 6 2 0 347 244 142.21 24 8 4 4 0 359 367 97.82 16 8 3 5 0 335 283 118.37 12 8 2 6 0 269 436 61.70 8 8 1 7 0 281 389 72.24 4 8 1 7 0 196 359 54.60 4 8 1 7 0 236 437 54.00 4

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

23 v Seaford 34 29 v Mt Eliza 35 26 v Sorrento 34 24 v Mornington 50 29 v Frankston YCW 46 P W D L F A % P 8 8 0 0 422 229 184.28 32 8 7 1 0 341 184 185.33 28 8 7 1 0 373 218 171.10 28 8 5 3 0 297 256 116.02 20 8 2 4 2 270 332 81.33 12 8 2 5 1 273 352 77.56 10 8 2 6 0 234 278 84.17 8 8 2 6 0 227 348 65.23 8 8 2 6 0 197 342 57.60 8 8 1 6 1 239 334 71.56 6

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Bonbeach Edi-Asp Frankston Pines Rosebud

B Grade

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v Seaford v Mt Eliza v Sorrento v Mornington v Frankston YCW

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

P W D L F A % P 8 8 0 0 342 154 222.08 32 8 7 1 0 322 265 121.51 28 8 6 2 0 349 227 153.74 24 8 6 2 0 313 271 115.50 24 8 3 5 0 300 273 109.89 12 8 3 5 0 241 315 76.51 12 8 3 5 0 208 279 74.55 12 8 2 6 0 268 307 87.30 8 8 1 7 0 230 353 65.16 4 8 1 7 0 235 364 64.56 4

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

26 v Seaford 17 44 v Mt Eliza 27 30 v Sorrento 46 9 v Mornington 45 9 v Frankston YCW 53 P W D L F A % P 8 8 0 0 327 111 294.59 32 8 7 1 0 275 138 199.28 28 8 6 2 0 390 138 282.61 24 8 6 2 0 317 191 165.97 24 8 5 3 0 235 204 115.20 20 8 3 5 0 199 242 82.23 12 8 3 5 0 135 260 51.92 12 8 1 7 0 151 299 50.50 4 8 1 7 0 90 319 28.21 4 8 0 8 0 82 299 27.42 0

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Netball Notes Division 1 Sorrento CONGRATULATIONS SOPHIE PHILLIPS & JEN WATTS 100 GAMES PLAYED FOR THE SHARKS Well done on this awesome achievement. Both were also part of the Premiership Team in Nepean Div U17’s comp in 2014. A Grade came out pumped & ready for a win this week. Great to have Danni back on court. Our goaler’s were dynamic against a strong committed Bombers side. The Sharks kept up a tough front with their trademark full court pressure. Defense down court & under the ring gave us the edge taking out the win. Best on Hannah, Alana and Maddi. A slow start meant we had to work hard to get back into the game getting back within 1 goal by ½ time. Second half Sophie & Gemma created turn over after turnover but we just couldn’t overcome the Bombers. We are looking to turn it around next week. Best on Sophie, Gemma & Chelsea. On the back of last week’s win the C Grade came out strong – winning the 1st Q. The Bombers tried to close the gap but the Sharks girls used quality passing, hard leads and control to keep the lead. This effort adds another win to the board. Best on Brooke, Grace & Meg G. D Grade came out strong against Frankston this week. Indi was a star, creating lots of space & some great game plays down the middle of the court. Amy & Holly showed us they are working so well together in goals. Super effort by all, let’s keep the winning streak on a roll. Best on Indi, Ebony & Amy. THANK YOU to our wonderful sponsor GRAPHIC IMAGES GO SHARKS

10 years since we began lobbying for netball courts at Regents Park & the battle still continues today. On Monday night our members were once again at the local Council meeting, hoping that Cr West would not succeed in placing an environmental overlay over Regents Park. This overlay would not only have stopped our netball courts from being built but potentially stopped all sporting codes using Regents Park! Fortunately not one of the other 8 councilors supported Cr Wests motion & we thank all these councilors for their support. Special thanks to our South Ward Councilors Georgina Oxley, Tamsin Bearsley & David Eden for their continued backing of our community sporting clubs & to Geoff Gledhill from Central Ward, for his support & advice. Last week against Mt Eliza we came away with 3 wins from 4 games and celebrated Bri’s 150th game with a strong win in A grade!! This week we’re looking forward to playing the ‘new look’ Sorrento team. There will be some great netball on display so come on over to support the girls! Good luck to all Eagle teams this weekend! Fly Eagles!!

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No joy for our Netballers against Mornington but continual improvement each week. D grade are certainly listening at training and putting what they learn into their game. BOC Alana Meginess. C grade although carrying a few injuries persevered and did not give up. BOC Leah TeHuna. B grade was the game of the day with our girls falling short by a goal. The intensity was great from start to finish. BOC Shanae French. A grade each week are coming up against some really strong teams. They come out strong but are working towards being a bit more consistent and playing a full 4 quarters. Some great passages throughout the game and I’m sure they will challenge teams a bit more in the second half of season BOC Ayla Reilly. This week we head to Bonbeach to finish off the first half of the season. We look forward to our Mid Year Ball in a few weeks time. Don’t forget to buy your tickets at the club!

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Netball Notes Division 1 Mornington Last week D Grade started the day with a big win against Pines. It was definitely a team effort as every player put 110% into the game. BOC was Emily Patrickson for an outstanding effort in defence. The girls have now cemented second position on the ladder. We wish our D grade coach Patrice a speedy recovery & hope to see her courtside soon. Tyrepower Mornington C Grade also started strong & had a convincing win. The 2 standouts were Jackie & Jess who were strong in their positions all match but Jackie’s accuracy in goals were outstanding and she earns BOC. Mach 1 Panel & Paint B Grade had a tough match, it was a nail biter right to the last second where we came away with a 1 goal win. Demi was on fire in the goal ring and our C grade coach Jess joined Sophie in defence and rattled both pines goalers. Well done Jess for getting back on court. Our centre court, collectively had one of the best games this season. BOC was Demi, who had a consistent and confident game against some very tough and tall defenders. Anytime Fitness A Grade came out the same as D grade and owned the game from the start. This team always work hard, showing the rest what it takes to play competitive A grade netball. Together the girls kept pushing knowing that this week we face Seaford who are top of the ladder. We will be giving it a red hot go to take away their winning streak. BOC was Holly Newton. Go Doggies WOOF WOOF

Frankston YCW Well last week we got up bright & early, put on their fake tans & made the trek down to Rosebud. D grade kicked us off with a 9-53 win. Focussing on the finer aspects of their game from training the girls looked composed & focussed. Best on went to hands over everything defender Eve Matthews who also maintained calm composure against some firey plays.

Next up C grade continued with a 29-46 win. Following a slow start the girls woke up & got the job done. Amazing pressure on every centre pass, Rosebud often having to look backwards to clear the ball mainly due to best on Jaime Rohan for running that centre down all day. Some great passages of play & backing each other up & going for those loose balls. B grade come out flying taking the lead early & holding it for a 31-53 win. Extensive pressure down the court this week causing turnovers left right & centre. Best on goaler Abbey Patterson moving beautifully in the circle & creating opportunities to reward those turnovers with goals. Very consistent game by everyone of the court which is great to see. Unfortunately we didn’t hold our win streak in A grade going down 45-36. Starting off strong matching Rosebud goal for goal early our girls didn’t hold the intensity through the 2nd quarter & Rosebud capitalised on our little mistakes. Coming back strong in the 4th quarter causing mistakes & turnovers. Best on to Lyshae Barry for her 13 intercepts. Finishing up the day with a great Gala Ball thanks to everyone involved in that!

Frankston Bombers The week all discovery channel lovers wait for...SHARK week. A week where there’s more blood, sweat, tears and biting then Bombshells eating hotdogs at halftime. Sorrento jumped off Peninsula Link ready to sweat. Sharni stole the show in D grade sinking goals from deep in the ocean. Meg was swimming all over court, and Gee was tighter then a shark proof wet suit. The sharks kept swimming though and escaped with the win. C grades hands over pressure was like being in a shark cage confined and scary. Tina showed that chasing the ball and going for 2nd efforts resulted in turnovers. Bods was jumping higher then a great white and running faster then a sailfish. Unfortunately after a well fought battle, we became the shark bait. B grade put the shark nets in place, and got the catch of the day - a win! Ash squealed as she tripped over the defenders fins whilst Kaitlyn got her game face on after being told by H.Hocking. MadZach went fishing and came away with too many shark fins for her soup.We heard A grade before we saw them... well Musto at least. It seemed like she was calling for the leagues other sharks. Blair had no fin to give at the end of the game, she worked so hard. A grade are becoming our comeback queens, unfortunately for us we only play 4 quarters not 5. We ended with a bloodied knee and elbow, a rolled ankle, some deafness and 1 win...we were more shaken then Mick Fanning in South Africa. Lets lay on the beach and sink a few Bintangs to recover. Go Bomber #COR

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Netball Notes Division 1 Bonbeach

Seaford

*to be read to the tune of Ridin’ Dirty by Chamillionaire*

Round 8 hey? Time flies when you’re having fun! After BYE week we were feeling fresh as and ready to take on the sharks. And by fresh I mean we were really fresh, literally had nothing to do last weekend without the netty on. And that means I officially have no material for the record notes. Highlights of this week - Comeback Carly making a return to the court after being sidelined for the past 10 months. Go GF! - C Grades first win for the season Go Netball

See Bonny winnin’ You jealous We buildin’ yeah we starting to win some netty Watch D grade winnin’ netty Watch C grade winnin’ netty Watch B grade winnin’ netty Watch A grade winnin’ netty Coaches so proud They cryin’ Looking forward to watching Bonny winnin’ netty Watch D grade winnin’ netty Watch C grade winnin’ netty Watch B grade winnin’ netty Watch A grade winnin’ netty

Mt Eliza No notes supplied

Bonbeach would like to say a massive thank you to Seaford for their beautiful sportsmanship on Saturday, helping us celebrate Caity Batten’s 100th game and also assisting with injured players. Thanks Seaford! #finsup

Rosebud D grade - Knowing that we were playing the top team this week it was going to be hard. We came out and tried hard, with our young team it was always going to be hard against a more experienced team. But well done girls. Best on Abbey Hepner and Daekota Corrin C grade - All the girls put in a good four quarters. With keeping mistakes out of the game, you will find wewould be a lot closer to these top teams. Well done girls, best on Lauren Harvey and Caitlin McCrabb. B grade - Today we had a great tough game against YCW. We played a great team game. Everyone backed each other up, no one dropped their heads and most importantly we played as a team. Congratulations to Ashlee Farrelly and Indi White for getting best on. A grade - This week was a very important game for the girls that was make or break for our season. YCW are a very similar side on the ladder so we knew it was going to be a tough fight. The girls had a great start and kept it up even when they kept coming back at us. Everyone kept their heads, worked hard for every ball which meant we were able to stretch our lead out to 9 goals in the end. Well done girls , an awesome win against a very tough team. Best on Nicole Chianta and Millie McDermott Reminder - Get your tickets for the Mid Season Masquerade Ball at Jetty Road Brewery Sat 16 June (away game at Mornington). Go Buds!

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V 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

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: 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

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

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

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

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

C GRADE Coach: 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

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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

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

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

C GRADE Coach: 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

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

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

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

C GRADE Coach: Sophia Wickenden Charlee Bickers (C) Ally Hallahan Brook Fankhauser Grace Vaughan Holly Clarke Ruby Phersson Sarah Nisbet Macy Hall Meg Lambie Ebony Hood

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

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

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

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

A GRADE Coach: 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: 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: 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

NETBALL WORDSEARCH N O T S U M N R S N D M R N D C O S A N S O I O L I A O E O K E L L Y B H S A T E T L T D A F L O I C N N C T R N Y L E D E A N A I O H T N T A A U R D D S E H D E A N N D I T O I N O L C C N C O E L A H R Y C N R T M E C S M I T H C G B O Y U U R U R T O L E A F O A S H D A B E N O T W E N M S T R O H N T K R I E L L Y R S E E O S T U N C R E N X E O T A D

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Great win Kangas... but number one now awaits! Division 2 - Round 8 Saturday 2nd June 2018

Chelsea v Crib Point Devon Meadows v Hastings Dromana v Langwarrin Pearcedale v Red Hill Rye v Somerville Tyabb v Karingal 38

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#LetsButtOutTogether2018 Great prizes to be won! Clubs from AFL South East will join soccer and netball clubs from across the Frankston-Mornington Peninsula in saying no to smoking and going smoke free for the Quit Challenge Round on 2-3 June. And clubs and individuals can share in some great prizes by sharing the ‘Healthy Peninsula’ message on Instagram (see details below). Twelve clubs from Football Federation Victoria and thirteen from the Frankston District Netball Association are going completely smoke free for the first time, following the lead of AFL South East who signed onto the initiative last year and Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League who went smoke free three years ago. The Quit Challenge Round is held every year around World No Tobacco Day to raise awareness about the harmful effects of smoking and encourage people to quit. Iain Edwards, Acting Operations Director of Community Health at Peninsula Health, says he is proud of the fantastic results achieved by the partnership between Peninsula Health, Frankston City Council, Mornington Peninsula Shire, GoodSports, St Kilda Football Club, Football Federation Victoria, Frankston District Netball Association, AFL South East and Central Bayside Community Health Service. “Smoking affects everyone – not just the person having the cigarette – but also the people who breathe in second hand smoke and the environment, which suffers when cigarette butts are littered around sporting facilities,” says Mr Edwards. “There is no place for smoking when children, families and other members of our community come together to play sport. This project recognises the importance of changing the culture and making sporting clubs a healthier environment for everyone.” AFL South East Region General Manager John Anderson agreed that local sporting communities, such as the Frankston District Junior Football League and the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League, provide a perfect platform to pass on a positive message about no smoking. “There are many positives about being involved in a sporting club, and spreading the message that smoking is not good for your health is one fact that all clubs would agree on,” Anderson said. “It’s very important that all clubs in our junior and senior leagues endeavour to create a healthy environment, free of smoking, which sets a great example for the younger generation and might stop them from taking up smoking themselves.” “Going to the football and netball should be a positive experience all round, and it should be enjoyed in a smokefree environment.” The Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League (MPJFL) say they have seen a positive effect from going smoke free. “We are proud to be a part of the Quit Challenge for the third year running,” says President Andrew Souter.

“The MPJFL are passionate about the health and wellbeing of all our players, and have found the program to be well supported within the league, with all 15 of our clubs being smoke free.” Frankston City Mayor Colin Hampton commended the clubs involved. “Council is proud to support this fantastic initiative that has a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of all people attending sporting events,” says Mayor Hampton. “The local clubs involved are setting a great example for other clubs across the state.” The efforts of all these clubs and the importance of creating smoke-free environments will be celebrated at the Quit Challenge Round 2-3 June.

QUIT CHALLENGE ROUND COMPETITION Open AFLSE, FDJFL, MNPFL, FDNA, MPJFL and FFV club communities only. To go in the draw to win an INDIVIDUAL PRIZE: 1. Follow @a_healthy_peninsula on Instagram 2. Upload a post to Instagram showing your support for World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) at your sporting club venue a) Tag @a_healthy_peninsula in your post b) Use the hashtag #LetsButtOutTogether18 in your post c) Tag or hashtag your club in your post To go in the draw to win a CLUB PRIZE: 1. Follow @a_healthy_peninsula on Instagram from your club’s Instagram account 2. Upload a post to Instagram showing your club’s support for World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) at your sporting club venue a) Tag @a_healthy_peninsula in your post b) Use the hashtag #LetsButtOutTogether18 in your post Individuals or clubs can post as many times as they please. 28 Individual prizes to be won • 3 x Pelican Pass double passes • 10 x $100 SportsMart vouchers • 2 x $100 PARC vouchers for any service at PARC • 4 x St Kilda Medallion Club tickets to a Saints home game • 2 x $50 Rebel Sport vouchers – Frankston • 2 x $50 Rebel Sport Vouchers – Mornington • 5 x Waves Leisure Centre Family Passes 14 Club prizes to be won • 1 x signed St Kilda jumper • 1 x Pelican Park double pass • 2 x $750 SportsMart vouchers • 5 x GoodSports RSA Training Courses (Valued at $200 each) • 5 x Waves Leisure Centre Family Passes

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AFL Vic Country Sir Doug Nicholls Round AFL Victoria will celebrate the contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have made to Australian Football this week in the annual AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Round on May 27-June 3. This is the twelfth year the AFL has celebrated the Indigenous community through the vehicle of sport and the third time the Round has been celebrated since being renamed after Sir Doug Nicholls. Sir Doug, who epitomised the spirit of reconciliation, was the first Indigenous football player to represent Victoria at a state level.

Sherrin is also proud to play an integral role in the Sir Doug Nicholls Round, with specially-designed footballs by former Essendon and Port Adelaide star Gavin Wanganeen to be used in the AFL this weekend. The design includes 18 circles of Indigenous significance which representing the 18 clubs in the competition, all of which have players with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander heritage. For more information on AFL Victoria Indigenous Programs, please visit www.aflvic.com.au/indigenous/

Chalking up 54 games for Fitzroy, he was a brilliant allround athlete who devoted his time to supporting the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. His work off the football field was also noteworthy, with Sir Doug awarded with the MBE (1957) and the OBE (1968) before being knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 1972 and holding the position of Governor of South Australia. In season 2018, the Toyota AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Round will hold a special significance, celebrating 25 years since St Kilda’s Nicky Winmar lifted his jumper up and pointed to his skin, proclaiming ‘I’m black and I’m proud of it’. The Round will also see all AFL umpires join the 18 AFL Clubs and wear an Indigenous jumper for the first time. AFL Victoria continues to support the next generation of future Indigenous footballers with a number of Indigenous programs available across the state, including Laguntas, KickStart, Female Kickstart, Koorie NAB Auskick and the newly created female Boorimul Program. Victorian leagues and individual community football clubs across the state are well underway with planning their own celebrations and we encourage all to maximise the opportunities presented by this round, not just on game day but in the lead up to the round via local media and other platforms

Sherrin has released a ball specially designed by Gavin Wanganeen for this week’s Sir Doug Nicholls Round.

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LET’S BUTT UT TOGETHER Ask your club about its smoke free policy For help to quit smoking: Call Peninsula Health Quit Smoking Support Services Frankston, Rosebud, Mornington or Hastings 1300 665 781 OR Call Quitline on 13 78 48 or visit www.quit.org.au

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Footy Preview - Division 2 Can the Kangaroos climb the mountain? By David Nagel Langwarrin has worked its way to base camp but now faces the football equivalent of scaling Mt Everest when it travels to Beach Street today to take on the allconquering Dromana. The Kangaroos have successfully negotiated the first half of a mountainous fortnight of football – conquering Chelsea last week after an epic last-quarter revival. A late-goal to Zach Andrewartha saw the Kangas snatch the lead after conceding six goals in a horror third term. The Seagulls missed a golden opportunity to regain the ascendency before Jesse Murphy capped off a magnificent seven-goal performance with a crucial mark from the last kick-in of the match. The siren sounded, leaving the Kangaroos to rejoice and the Seagulls a little crestfallen. “Chelsea was certainly on top in general play but I thought we defended well and really kept ourselves in the contest,” said Langy co-coach Josh Beard. “Our chances looked gone but the guys stuck to the mantra of taking the game on and things eventually went our way. We let ourselves down in the third quarter but I was rapt with the way we composed ourselves and came again.” The win, well it reinforces the thoughts of Beard and his co-coach Blake McCormack. “Our aim all along has been to play finals footy and we think that is a realistic target for this group,” Beard said.

Regular defender Mitchell Cuthbert has played an important role in the ruck for Langwarrin in recent times. “We’ve got the toughest draw in the competition, so we could make excuses, but we need to beat teams like Dromana, Karingal, Hastings and Red Hill – the teams we play twice – if we want to have an impact if we make it. “We’re pretty confident that our best 22 can match it with the best teams in the competition.” Well…here’s the perfect opportunity to test that theory out against the undefeated Tigers.

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Footy Preview - Division 2 “They’re probably a year or two into a program that we’re starting to build on now,” Beard said. “You have to respect them because they’ve brought in a lot of 21 and 22-year olds that have really complemented their list and it’s paying off for them right now. “They’re a team that loves to take the game on and use the ball through the corridor so we’ll need to stick our tackles and use the ball well or they’ll hurt us on the rebound. “They play their home ground well and thrive in the environment so we’ll need to be switched on from the start that’s for sure.” Murphy was on fire up forward last week, while teenagers Josh Dormer and Kye Whitfort complemented the 30plus brigade of Dan Wehner, Shane Patterson, Gerard Brown and McCormack perfectly. Bu this is a mighty step up once again. The Tigers have been brilliant this year, averaging 111 points per game and conceding less than any team in the competition. It’s a frightening mix that players like Sam Geurts, Ethan Johnstone, Terry Wheeler and Andy Howison are all contributing to in large doses, and keen to convert into premiership success. This will be another giant step on the journey – it’s the Tigers by 23 points. Rye will look to put a two-game gap between itself and Somerville when the two teams collide at RJ Rowley Reserve.

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The Demons are certainly slipping under the radar at the moment, putting together a competitive – but unsuccessful - record against the better teams in the competition. Josh Moore and his boys will be eyeing off three of the next four wins to set themselves up for a finals berth. Adam Kirkwood, Tyrren Head and Jye Lloyd have been consistent for the Demons this year and will be key players against the Eagles, who do have a point to prove. Are they simply bullies, with wins over Crib Point, Pearcedale and Tyabb their only success stories this year, or do they have the quality to contend? Andrejs Everitt, Billy Rolfe and Nathan Gillis combined for 13 goals between them last week and have the starquality to push any team in the competition. But the Demons will prevail – to the tune of 17 points. Devon Meadows will look to regain some respect from inside the competition when the Panthers welcome Hastings to Glover Reserve today. Panthers’ coach Glenn Michie cut a forlorn figure after last week’s loss to Crib Point, standing arms folded in front of his coach’s box after becoming the Magpies’ first victim for the season. It’s a far cry from round three, when the Panthers rolled Somerville to take a promising two-one record to the table.

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Footy Preview - Division 2 But consecutive losses to Langwarrin, Red Hill, Karingal and the Magpies have the Panthers staring down the barrel of another long-campaign ahead. Troy Aust tried to inspire the Panthers in the final term, while Gav Kerr and Josh Stewart were brave until the final siren. But the Panthers were basically outhunted by an opponent who seemed to want it more. Hastings will be in no mood for favours today, after rebounding strongly to win a tight contest against Rye last week. The Blues have the bigger picture in mind and Steve Robb, Ben King and Col McVeigh will be keen to make a statement early. After last week the Panthers will come out firing, but the Blues will still win by 24 points. Chelsea – breathing fire after last week’s loss to Langwarrin – will be out to ruin Crib Point’s trip to Beardsworth Avenue today. A six-goal third term looked to have stitched things up for the Gulls, who then surrendered the lead late before missing a golden opportunity in the dying stages. Curtis Bywater continues to be a threat in front of goal, while Zane Carter kept his recent run of good form intact. The Magpies played inspiring football against Devon Meadows last week but the big question now is – Can they back it up? Nick Rutherford played a great tagging role last week, while Brendan Phillips did some quality things down back when the game was on the line. Sorry Cribby, but the Gulls are about to wipe that weeklong smile from your faces – by 50 points plus. In other games, Karingal will be far too good for Tyabb at Bunguyan Reserve, while Red Hill will need to be careful against Pearcedale at Tractor Park. Every now and then the Dales produce something special on their home deck, and the Hillmen will be hopeful they haven’t chosen this weekend to fire. But even at their best the Dales would struggle to contain the likes of Jono Ross, Jonah Siversen and Jake Mold – it’s the Hillmen by four-to-six goals.

Tipsters Shaun Connell AFLSE Leagues Manager Chelsea Hastings Dromana Red Hill Rye Karingal Last Round - 4 Chris Holcombe Interleague Coach Chelsea Hastings Dromana Red Hill Rye Karingal Last Round - 5 Simon Mc Evoy Leader Chelsea Hastings Dromana Red Hill Rye Karingal Last Round - 4

Nicholas Smedley Steller Chelsea Hastings Langwarrin Red Hill Somerville Tyabb Last Round - 4

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

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Langwarrin players celebrate a huge win over Chelsea. Can they back it up against Dromana?

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Karingal 2.3 3.7 5.9 9.12.66 Red Hill 0.3 3.9 6.10 9.11.65 Karingal Goals: M. Stanley 2, D. Hirst, J. Farrelly, S. Jamieson, J. Archdeacon, A. Mathers, M. Russell, A. McInnes. Best: A. Paxton, N. Villella, J. Archdeacon, M. Burke, G. Goodall, D. Hirst. Red Hill Goals: J. Ross 4, S. Marchetti 3, B. Hughes, J. Mitchell. Best: L. Chandler, J. Siversen, J. Mold, J. Mold, M. Dal Lago, Z. Vines. Crib Point 2.2 4.5 6.6 9.8.62 Devon Meadows 0.4 1.7 4.8 6.11.47 Crib Point Goals: T. Wilton 3, B. Davidson 2, T. Daniel, A. King, E. Avis, H. DeKleuver. Best: J. Cook, T. Cook, B. Davidson, Z. Dekleuver, H. DeKleuver, N. Rutherford. Devon Meadows Goals: M. Theodoridis 2, T. Aust 2, K. Beveridge, M. Fletcher. Best: J. Stewart, G. Kerr, T. Aust, S. Baumgartner, K. Beveridge, P. Boland. Langwarrin 4.1 7.3 10.4 15.8.98 Chelsea 4.4 6.7 12.11 14.13.97 Langwarrin Goals: J. Murphy 7, K. Albanese 3, Z. Andrewartha 2, S. Herdman, J. Dormer, N. Tuddenham. Best: B. Harkness, G. Brown, S. Herdman, Z. Andrewartha, D. Wehner, J. Murphy. Chelsea Goals: C. Bywater 6, J. Francis 4, T. Gardiner 2, B. Clark, M. Ponton. Best: B. Graham, C. Bywater, J. Francis, L. Shannon, J. Tripcony, Z. Carter. Pearcedale 0.4 1.9 3.11 6.12.48 Dromana 4.0 15.3 19.7 25.9.159 Pearcedale Goals: L. Jennings, T. Bravo, T. Mitchell, D. Scully, M. Kennedy, Z. Campbell. Best: T. Bravo, H. Prior, L. Murray, L. Cowell, J. Ostrom, L. Dalmau. Dromana Goals: J. Gipp 4, E. Johnstone 4, B. Cosson 3, W. Geurts 3, T. Wheeler 2, M. Price 2, J. Milward 2, S. Fowler, R. Gregg, M. Puok, A. Howison, S. Clarke. Best: T. Wheeler, W. Geurts , J. Gipp, A. Howison, E. Johnstone, S. Clarke. Somerville 6.3 10.6 16.10 20.12.132 Tyabb 2.1 4.2 4.4 7.8.50 Somerville Goals: A. Everitt 7, B. Rolfe 3, L. Rowe 3, N. Gillis 3, T. McGenniss, J. Sutton, T. Finn, J. McMahon. Best: A. Everitt, N. Gillis, B. Sedgwick, B. Rolfe, K. McKenzie, J. McMahon. Tyabb Goals: J. Anderson 2, B. Regan, L. Rogan, D. Binks, E. Rahilly, J. Thomas. Best: P. Ransom, L. Rogan, E. Rahilly, D. Binks, S. Rahilly, R. Regan. Hastings 3.3 5.7 8.10 12.12.84 Rye 0.4 3.7 8.9 11.12.78 Hastings Goals: P. Rogasch 2, S. Foster 2, M. Foy 2, G. Masterson 2, N. Gray, M. Clifford, S. Robb, J. Hill. Best: S. Robb, T. Green, S. Foster, M. Clifford, C. McVeigh, B. King. Rye Goals: O. Whitty 3, C. Robbins 3, K. Lynch, H. Whitty, T. Head, J. Gana, B. Egan. Best: J. Lloyd, O. Whitty, H. Whitty, A. Kirkwood, C. Robbins, B. Trivett. RESERVES Karingal 11.5.71 v Crib Point 6.7.43 v Langwarrin 6.3.39 v Pearcedale 5.3.33 v Somerville 12.10.82 v Hastings 7.15.57 v UNDER 19s Karingal 7.8.50 v Crib Point 28.19.187 v Langwarrin 16.10.106 v Pearcedale 6.12.48 v Somerville 19.8.122 v Hastings 5.5.35 v

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Red Hill Devon Meadows Chelsea Dromana Tyabb Rye

13.10.88 0.0.00 2.4.16 25.9.159 7.4.46 12.14.86

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

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

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777 439 605 453 580 464 580 528 511 498 525 366 524 493 601 546 451 544 479 740 424 636 325 675

176.99 133.55 125.00 109.85 102.61 143.44 106.29 110.07 82.90 64.73 66.67 48.15

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7 5 2 0 7 5 2 0 7 5 2 0 7 5 2 0 7 5 2 0 7 4 3 0 7 4 3 0 7 4 3 0 7 2 5 0 7 1 5 1 7 1 5 1 7 0 7 0

557 223 516 267 431 259 433 293 384 357 432 256 378 324 381 357 277 370 213 461 215 497 146 699

249.78 193.26 166.41 147.78 107.56 168.75 116.67 106.72 74.86 46.20 43.26 20.89

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7 7 0 0 7 6 1 0 7 6 1 0 7 5 2 0 7 4 3 0 7 4 3 0 7 4 3 0 7 3 4 0 7 2 5 0 7 1 6 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0

606 163 766 243 573 210 455 246 538 248 417 288 522 382 311 564 259 627 246 564 224 590 112 904

371.78 315.23 272.86 184.96 216.94 144.79 136.65 55.14 41.31 43.62 37.97 12.39

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

TEAM Langwarrin Chelsea Somerville Dromana Hastings Dromana Karingal Devon M Chelsea

RESERVES Scott Sterling Richard Mathers Corey Hanger Aaron Jack Craig Hunter Luke Clark

Rye Karingal Langwarrin Karingal Devon M Chelsea

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UNDER 19
 Jai Triep Ryan McNamara Brodie Mitchem Logan Sandford Ben Tovey Dylan Allen Shannon Read

Karingal Karingal Karingal Red Hill Dromana Rye Langwarrin

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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 v Crib Point (CHE) Devon M v Hastings (DEV) Dromana v Langwarrin (DRO) Pearcedale v Red Hill (PEA) Rye v Somerville (RYE) Tyabb v Karingal (TYA)

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

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

Round 16 Round 9 Queens B’day

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

Saturday 9th June Crib Point v Pearcedale (CRI) Hastings v Langwarrin (HAS) Rye v Chelsea (RYE) Tyabb v Devon Meadows (TYA) Sunday 10th June Red Hill v Dromana (RED) Karingal v Somerville (KAR)

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 v Karingal (CHE) Devon Meadows vs Rye (DEV) Dromana v Crib Point (DRO) Langwarrin v Tyabb (LAN) Pearcedale v Hastings (PEA) Somerville v Red Hill (SOM)

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 v Chelsea (DEV) Hastings v Red Hill (HAS) Karingal v Crib Point (KAR) Rye v Pearcedale (RYE) Somerville v Langwarrin (SOM) Tyabb v Dromana (TYA)

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 v Tyabb (CRI) Dromana v Somerville (DRO) Langwarrin v Karingal (LAN) Pearcedale vs Devon M (PEA) Red Hill v Chelsea (RED) Rye v Hastings (RYE)

Round 13 Saturday 7th July Chelsea v Rye (CHE) Dromana v Devon M (DRO) Hastings v Tyabb (HAS) Karingal v Pearcedale (KAR) Red Hill v Langwarrin (RED) Somerville v Crib Point (SOM)

Round 14 Saturday 14th July Crib Point v Red Hill (CRI) Devon M v Somerville (DEV) Hastings v Pearcedale (HAS) Karingal v Rye (KAR) Langwarrin v Dromana (LAN) Tyabb v Chelsea (TYA)

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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 Sunday 19th August Elimination Final Saturday 25th August 2nd Semi Final Sunday 26th August 1st Semi Final Saturday 1st September Preliminary Final Saturday 8th September Grand Final

NETBALL FINALS Week 1 Saturday 18th or Sunday 19th August Week 2 Saturday 25th or Sunday 26th August Week 3 Saturday 1st or Sunday 2nd September

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Footy Notes Langwarrin A bright sunny day, saw footy return to Lloyd Park as we played Chelsea in round 7. Many fans, players and officials embraced the cancer awareness theme of the day, and turned out in pink. The early games saw mixed results with a good solid win in the Under 19’s and a loss in the 2’s. The senior’s clashes against Chelsea are normally close and last weekend’s game didn’t dissappoint. With a frantic crowd cheering them on, and behind by 20 points at the 20 minute mark in the last quarter, we refused to let this one get away. We needed to dig deep and play precise, intelligent footy. A thrilling one point win was a brilliant result for the club and our community. On such an important day; it was great to see the team get around Alisha and sing the song with such passion. It was a pleasure for all involved to see our club celebrate such a great win, and also recognise and discuss cancer awareness. It is on occasions like this that local footy clubs are sometimes about far more than just footy. Jesse Murphy, who continued his recent great form kicked 7. Pipes, Siz, Corey Moore , Sean and Boof were all superb. This week we travel to Dromana in a game that will again test us as a team. Tough opposition seems to bring out the best in us, and we hope that the form from last week continues. We would like to highlight and thank this week, two of our key sponsors. Langpark Early Learning and A & L Cabinets.

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Perfect weather greeted us for our short trip up Jones Rd. Our U/19 team started slowly & were 7 goals down at the first break. To the boys credit we lifted and outscored our opponents in the 2nd term & also had a very good last quarter playing some excellent footy. It was a disappointing day for the development boys who went down to a young Somerville side. With some more effort & passion that was shown in the last quarter the boys will be looking to bounce back against Karingal today. Better players: Booth, Alves, Hose, Delaney & Elliot. The senior lads were feeling fresh after a week off. The sun was out. The strong smell of deep heat filled the rooms. How good is footy?! Spewing Somerville had to ruin our Saturday! Too good for us on the day running away with a comfortable win. Theme of the season- We play well in spurts just need to

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convert scoring advances. The yabs were well served by the SKIP, HANDSOME and BINKSY who tackled and cracked in all day. Emerging ruckman ROGAN had a brilliant game (taking on a real Sandilands type setup from Sommie) Young blokes STIX & SILK went well as did brother of skip SIMMO. Bit of work to do if we want to compete with an in form Karingal... This weekend we welcome our club and player sponsors to the pond for our luncheon with the Suburban Footballer. We thank each and every one of our sponsors and hope you enjoy the day #nipnip

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Chelsea Well !! , what can I say, the highs and lows of Footy, we have all been there but that was a bitter pill to swallow. Huge thumbs up to the Coach who summed it up perfectly after the game. No doubt we will bounce back but most importantly ( LEARN ) from it Lad’s. Full credit to Lang’y for never giving up. Curtis and Jack both delivered up forward and were well supported by Pont’s, Trippa and Zan’o, Huge day for us this Saturday with Brad Clark set to play his 100th game, a favorite son and just a super effort Champ !! / Happy to report the 2’s bounced back in fine style last week against a good side, Just heed the message boy’s and get to training, we have the talent no question. Matty Mitchell is going great guns, well done also to Lauchie Baum, no doubt a player with a big future, big welcome back to Silv and a great debut from Ryland Cranwell. Even though Dan’s chargers got soundly beaten the young boy’s really stood up and just had a crack all day, this is a Team with a future so hold your head’s up boys your time will come. Best were Heiberg-Wright, Tristsan, Jakey, Paddy and Watts’y. Again, a huge thanks to all the supporters that are turning up every week, I know all the Coaching Staff and the Players really appreciate it. Please check the App and the Website as we have some Functions coming up over the next few weeks. Huge thanks to Stav and all the team at O’Briens Real Estate for your great support ! The Cup stayed at Lang’y. See You at the Gullery!

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Footy Notes Hastings Two good wins out of 3 against the Rye FNC last Saturday which saw both Seniors and Reserves move back into the top 5. The under 19,s were a bit undermanned with a couple of boys arriving late or not showing up, plus two boys in the Seniors, and against a pretty good Rye team just couldn’t keep up for the majority of the game, some good signs though and certainly room for improvement, another win not too far away. The reserves took on top of the ladder Rye, and looked in control of the game early, however , a couple of quick goals saw Rye right back in the game at the last change with the result up to which team wanted it the most, with Hastings doing all the attacking but only kicking points it seemed like we might be seeing another Dromana game all over again, but fortunately after a string of 6 points in a row, the boys managed a couple of goals and record a great win well done. The Seniors needed to get back on the winners list and certainly could not afford another loss,n what was a terrific game of local footy, on 4 occasions Hastings managed to open up a 3-4 goal lead only for Rye to come charging back, they never hit the front, but certainly made the game a tight gripping contest which saw Hastings get the chocolates by 6 points. Devon today, lets see if we can come away with 3 wins, make sure you get back to the Club tonight for a couple of beers. Sponsors M.B. PLASTER YOUNG SCAFFOLD HIRE WESTERNPORT FLOORING XTRA Head to Head played 7 Hastings 7 - Devon nil

Devon Meadows With a heavy heart this week we pass on our condolences to the Piper family after the recent passing of Janet. The Piper name is synonymous with DMFNC - 2 Life Memberships (Tom and Pip), decades of involvement (still to this day), and the outer wing is also named after Janet’s late husband Tom - such is the impact he made on the club during many years of service. Our thoughts are with Pip, Kylie, Jess, Sonny and all of the Piper family and friends during this sad time.

Good to back on home soil and today we welcome the Hastings Footy and Netball Club to our neck of the woods. Looking forward to a cracking day of competition and moving on from last weeks not-so-happy day down at Crib Point. It is a very even competition though, and i don’t think theres a side we’ve played yet who i think is unbeatable. Just need to put our heads down and get the momentum back in our favour! The seconds had a good crack but couldn’t quite be separated with Cribby as the result ending in a frustrating draw. The thirds must be commended on their efforts also - it will be a long season but you are building the experience against these older boys and it will bear fruit in the coming years. Get around the rooms tonight, drinks and awards on straight after the game in Flano’s Bar and then stick around or come back for the function later. iPod Shuffle night - cheap drinks, fun times! Comedy Night isn’t far away and it is booking fast. Organise your table ASAP, this will sell out! GO MEADOWS!

Crib Point After a week off with a bye Crib Point came back bigger and better last Saturday. The U19’s begun the day with a thrilling 187-0 win over Deavon Meadows. Captain Joey Joe Joe Smith featured heavily on the score card with a career high 6 goals whilst another of the team’s elder players in Caiden Follett played one of his best games. The unders’ skills were on display throughout the game with the good weather providing perfect conditions for football. An improvement on previous performances, the reserves came out of the blocks on top to start their clash against Deavon on the weekend. With one point separating the teams heading into the last the match was very evenly poised – maybe too even in the end. Crib could manage only 1 behind in the last, holding the opposition scoreless. A draw saw both teams disappointed but not all was lost. Returning in recent weeks, Will Larkin was best afield for the pies whilst Dan “whitey” White was not far behind. The senior side were able to string a four quarter performance together for the first time this year last weekend, coming away with a very important win. With the game plan falling into place and with a very young side, there are ominous signs for the future. Tim Cook held down the backline in a strong performance all day while the always smiling Tyler Wilton was promising up forward kicking 3 goals. The club will head to Chelsea this week on the back of a cracking round 7, get around them! Go Cribby!

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Footy Notes Rye June 16 after our Devon Meadows game it’s back to the clubrooms for our Mid Season Ball. Hollywood Cocktail theme, so dress to impress. $55 per head includes champagne on arrival and canapé’s throughout the night. Tickets must be pre purchased See Rach, Mel, Jodie or Doogie. Back to the footy, massive game today for the seniors after going down to Hastings last week by a goal. Hasting would have been stiff to lose and were probably the better side most of the day. It was nice to come back in the last quarter and nearly steal the game, but lets make sure today we start well and keep the foot on the floor, in front of the Rye army. Pretty even effort last week, Jye Lloyd, Adam Kirkwood and Oscar Whitty all played great games, closely followed by young Campbell Robbins with 3 goals, Ben Trivett and Harry (it’s a nice dog) Whitty. The reserves have lost 2 in a row and need to get the effort and desire they had in the 1st 5 rounds. Boys it all starts on the training track, so lets see a greater commitment here and then take it out on the ground on a Saturday. Disappointing to see players taking holidays during the season as well. Nick Baron, Apples, Will Cooper, Beefy James, Special Fried Rice, Dan Cimino and Schwindy all had a crack and played well. The U/19’s lead the way with a 51 point win against Hastings. Great team effort and with more players starting to get on board, finals bound they can be. Swayny, Zac J, Jacko, Barnsy, Benny Closter all had great games. Go Demons

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Well it had been 21 years since we were last at the Bull Pen, and unfortunately we walked away in the red in the profit and loss columns. The Ones went down by one point against a much bigger bodied Karingal. Johnno Ross is proving to be a real goal sneak, Sean Marchetti and “Billy” Hughes also hit the scores books. Lachie Chandler continues to be Mr Consistent, and Jake Mold got plenty of the pill in his 150th game. Hopefully today the boys are looking to hit the winners list against Pearcedale. The Magoos also ended on the wrong side of the ledger,

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inaccurate kicking was a major factor in the boys not getting over the line. Billy Sanders picked up the votes and Ty Powell kept getting plenty of the footy. In the top of the table clash of the Unders, the Bulls got away quickly and thought they had the game wrapped up. Someone needed to remind them that it takes 4 quarters, and Happy’s boys just kept coming to end up with a 38 point win. Matty Gahan and “Cyril” Allsop were silky smooth with the football, the Boss Boase and Logan Sandford continue to finish the job up forward. A big thank you to Harry Byrt and his band of merry helpers in putting together a great night last Saturday. The Red Hill FNC Formal Ball was a huge success. Make a booking for the Presidents lunch at our next home game, good food good wine good company...what else do you need. Get in and enjoy some Pearcedale hospitality. The Mountain Goat.

Dromana What an important round of Two Buoys sponsored football this week promises to be for Dromana with the Seniors looking to make it 8 zip and wins in the Reserves and U19s likely to promote them into the five so all teams need to be right on their A game. Last round against Pearcedale saw all three football sides maintain their winning ways. The U19s led from the start to finish running out winners by 44 points and displaying some good team football on the way. Team football was the key to the Reserves game with the half back line rebounding the football and giving our forwards endless opportunities allowing Dromana to lead at each change to run out 80 point winners. This is the sort of football this team should be able to produce on a regular basis. In an extremely one sided Senior game Dromana though not playing their best football had total control. An eleven goal to one second quarter saw the game effectively over by the major break but Dromana continued to outscore Pearcedale for the remaining quarters winning by 111 points. Tonight sees the club auction after award presentation. 16th June we have our MND Luncheon with Terry Daniher as guest speaker in Social Rooms 23rd June is Mid Season Ball at Rosebud Country Club. Club is looking for assistance in the canteen and Timekeeping for away game so if you can help see Secretary. Remember Club Major Raffle tickets are on sale for $9000 worth of prizes including function. See Board members for tickets. GO TIGERS!!!

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Footy Notes Karingal

Last round was another good one for the Bulls with only the U17 netballers and U19 & Women’s footballers falling just short of the points whilst all other netball & footy teams saluted convincingly against Red Hill The U17s put up a great fight against the ladder leaders, U19s was the 2 undefeated teams and will take a lot from the loss and look forward to the next meeting. The SistaBulls were tight in it at 3QT but a more experienced Seaford got the job done in the last. The Ressies just keep rolling along and will look to keep the momentum going today whilst Packo and G were good in a very tight tussle in the seniors last week. The crowd on the deck rode every bump and willed on every kick in the last quarter and the cheer when the siren went was massive. Heading into June with 7 of 9 teams inside the top 4 is a pretty good place to be and sets a good base to spring from in the coming weeks Socially we’ve got a few functions on the horizon incl players silent disco but the big one coming up is Race Day at Mornington on the Queens BDay public holiday - see Frenchy for tix Past Players next week as we host Sommy on SUNDAY of the long weekend - see Macca for details as it promises to be huge! Also a reminder that the BullPit is the place to be on Thurs nights - meals, drinks, training, selections, The Mathers Footy Show, Frenchy’s raffle and plenty more #RedWhiteBOOM Bullseye

went well. We look forward to welcoming back a few more players in upcoming weeks. This week we face a challenge against Red Hill and hope we can see some improvements on last week. Get in there boys and have a go! Our women’s team are playing on the back oval today at 12 noon. Coming off a massive win against Officer the girls will be motivated to get another win. Head over there and give the girls a cheer as they play Pakenham. Reminders to head in to the rooms today and secure your tickets for the Drew Petrie luncheon, June 30. See Mandy Steadman, 0478141271, for your ticket as this event is quickly filling up. $120 per head or a table of 10 for $1000. Be entertained by Marty Fields, Drew Petrie and our own Neil Custerson with a 3 course meal and beer, wine and soft drink. While you are in the rooms grab a number from the board. $10 could win you $200. The board is drawn after the awards at about 5.30pm. You have to be in it to win it! Come in. Have a drink and enjoy the day at Pearcedale Football Netball Club. #upthedales

Pearcedale This week we welcome Red Hill to the Dales for the QUIT round. Is it time to for you to quit smoking! There’s never a perfect time to quit, but motivating yourself and getting ready to quit can make it feel like the right time. Call the QUITline on 137848 and QUIT today! Last week was not a good week in football with terrible losses on the field. In some good news, we welcomed back Bear to the playing field in the reserves and all

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Colours: Navy Black Blue & White & White Coaches Senior: Senior: Nathan James Brain Johns Reserves: Reserves: Steve Jared Gardiner Newton U19: U19:Andrew Dan Knopers Wisken

Colours: Navy Black Blue & White & White Coaches Senior: Senior:Nathan James Johns Brain Reserves: Reserves: Steve Jared Gardiner Newton U19: U19:Andrew Dan Knopers Wisken

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Seniors & Reserves 11 22 33 44 55 66 77 88 9 9 10 10 11 1211 1312 1413 1514 1615 1716 1817 1918 2019 2120 2221 2322 2423 2524 2625 27 26 29 27 30 3128 3229 3331

Matthew Sam Adams Silva Reid Crowe Brad Arnold Matt Gardiner Stephen Henshaw Bradley Clark Zack Condick James Brain Mykelti Lefau Grant NedTrew Shannon Todd Gardiner Daniel White (C) David Willett Zak Dekleuver Mathew Ponton Nick Rutherford Luke Caspersz Luke Herrington Joshua Hargreaves Wayne Cripps Jason Clark Harri Dekleuver Joshua Tripcony Reuben Jamieson Daniel Aarsman Mitch Stansborough Mitchell Kosh David Cook Ben Holman Liam Mitchelhill O’Connor Simon SamCarter Kilduff Zane Josh TimHerdman Daniel Corey Peele Elliott Avis (C) Lewis RileyKrieger Clifford Rhys Hensel Jacob Cook Jack Francis Brodie Hill Daniel Knowles Jayden Espenschied Jordon Atwell Brendan Phillips Cory Edmunds Jayden Duman Luke Shannon Tim Cook Lexian Xiberras Brad Davidson Luke Clark Brody Pearse Ben Graham Myles Jamieson Matt Mitchell Jarrod Fisk Curtis Bywater

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Mason EthanBailey Smith Stuart Brooke Joel Wisken Thomas Fuller Dan Wise Charles Jacob Ryan-Orchard Collins Josh WillWhelan Larkin Daniel Bourke Daniel Briggs (RC) Chris JakeCharity Bryant Ross Aitcheson Kieran Jamieson Joel King Mark Cairns Matthew Madafferi Ben Wigan Matthew Knowles Sam Parmenter Vincent Kovacic Aaron King Nicholas Haslem Bailey Retzlaff Thomas Stephens Cal Holt Andrew Vitzdamm-Jones TristianSilva Rosario Andrew Jarvis Materiki Lachlan Baum Cal Campbell Carlos Kamus Lachlan Simpson Matt Wappett Brodie Tyler Leitch Wilton Aaron Pawell Febricko Addi Josh Hermans Marty Berryman Jake TimPatching Malcolm Kye Espenschied Mitch Davis Mitch, Kleinig Jake Daniel Connor Marson Josiah Laakulu Jackson Glindemann

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Mason EthanBailey Smith Stuart Brooke Joel Wisken Thomas Fuller Dan Wise Charles Jacob Ryan-Orchard Collins Josh WillWhelan Larkin Daniel Bourke Daniel Briggs (RC) Chris JakeCharity Bryant Ross Aitcheson Kieran Jamieson Joel King Mark Cairns Matthew Madafferi Ben Wigan Matthew Knowles Sam Parmenter Vincent Kovacic Aaron King Nicholas Haslem Bailey Retzlaff Thomas Stephens Cal Holt Andrew Vitzdamm-Jones TristianSilva Rosario Andrew Jarvis Materiki Lachlan Baum Cal Campbell Carlos Kamus Lachlan Simpson Matt Wappett Brodie Tyler Leitch Wilton Aaron Pawell Febricko Addi Josh Hermans Marty Berryman Jake TimPatching Malcolm Kye Espenschied Mitch Davis Mitch, Kleinig Jake Daniel Connor Marson Josiah Laakulu Jackson Glindemann

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Jake WillDavis Jago Sam Jayden Plaisted Macnab Vaughn Harry Waterfall Bennett Joshua Jett Bauer Brown - Lodge Jaxon Thomas Atwell Panich Thomas CooperCulliton Wisken Ethan MilesHeiberg-Wright Shepherd Jack Caiden, Knopers Follett Mitchell NathanCampbell McCarthy Ashley Harrison Foster Laughton Jayden Max Vercoe Waters Josh Bailey Di Blasio Buddle Ashley Jett Wilson Davis (C) Sean Archie ReidShepherd Andrew Connor Wiffen Perry Tristan JonahGiuliano Bam Jack Joseph Courtie Smith Aaron Whitford

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Jack Hill Ryan Elliot(VC) Shelby MitchellBurnett Caples Jack JacobWinton Morris Daniel Henry Noah Binney Lachlan Barton Jett Cockman Ben Paarlberg Luke Brumby Patrick Langdale (VC) Colby Myers Daniel Slocombe Nathan McLean Peter McGee (C) Corbin Pett (C) Chase Harris Luke BlakeMcVeigh Roberts Lachlan Austin Eric Zurek Benjamin O’Brien Brad Tilley Liam Deas Tyrone Piket Jayce Young Hayden Smeets Baylee Ardley Bryce Whitehead Caleb Watkins (VC)

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Colours: Black, Royal Green Blue &&White Gold Coaches Rikki Johnston Senior: Senior: Blake McCormack & Josh Beard Reserves: Reserves: AshleyAdrian MooreTimmis & Brett Mills U19: Hiku Peter&Ball U19: Gavin Travis Lee

Seniors & Reserves

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Michael Parker Daniel Geurts Zach CraigAndrewartha Christie Blake RoryPeach Gregg Nicholas (DVC) MitchellHammill Gill-Furness Shane Tanirau (RC) Zac Muschialli Andrew Taylor (RVC) Rikki Johnston Ashley RohanFenech Bleeker Jesse BeauMurphy Cosson (C) Shane Paterson Ben Holmes Mitchell Mathie Ryan Smyth Blake Harkness (C) Kierran Voelkl Nicholas Tuddenham (DVC) Andrew Howison Mark McGill Jack Gipp Shelton Rosario Josh Moore Bateman Corey William Geurts(DVC) Luke Churcher William Gregson Corey Hanger Sam Fowler Daniel Nash Aydn Johnsen Musgrave Jayden Jake Milward Joshua Biggs Jackson Peynenborg Quigley Matthew Samuel Geurts Blake McCormack Gerard ReeceBrown Wilde (VC) Mathew Windsor Majok Puok Mitchell Porter Billy Quigley Jason Curry Shaun Clarke Sam Schaede Daniel Gibbs Eddie TerryParsons Wheeler (C) Sean Herdman Jay Hutchinson Joshua Hollaway (RVC) Beau McMurray Bayleigh Tate Sam Williamson Haydn Golby Joel Bateman

Leith Bassett Wade Chamberlain MichaelAllen Terzini(VC) Nathan Jon JoshMcGenniskan Dormer (DVC) Sean Ross Kye Whitford Timothy Stepanavicius Ned McDonald Lachlan McKenzie (C) Josh Mathie Max Gorman-Batt Bayde Mate Kayne Gipp Darcy Wilson Blake Mead Blake Hollaway Samuel Cashin Jesse Peacock Samuel Childs Jacob Hince Allan (C) Harry LiamTovey McDonald Ben Will Davis Sam Schwarz Shannon Read Jack Asimus Zac Pryde Jordan Derrick Bailey Smith Liam Trew

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Michael Hare Matthew Hammond Kyle Bustell Inglis (RC) Daniel Maestrale Mitchell Cuthbert Nicky Wearne Matthew Naughton Dean Waugh Thomas Branch Jedd Savage Dan JakeWehner Snehotta James EthanLongley Johnstone Patrick L’Huillier Dane Leyden-Kozikas Zac Davies Cailem Jenkins Cody Howard Matthew Price Anthony Totaro Dylan Norton Sam Foggie Lionel Gainsford Jack Oshea (RVC) Luke Martin Anthony O’Rourke - Ryan JarrydMarks Hunter Aaron LachieWhyte Oliver Nathan TomLacey Carter Jack JasonAlbanese Buchanan Kieran Daniel Zac FootMarchesani Matthew Kyle Allen Bridges OliverMoore Di Pofi Ashley Mitchell Adam TateHeggen Adam Eggleston Lachlan Sweetnam Ayden AeronCollins Morgan Brian McCleod Braden Hyde Jacob Brooker Adrian Timmis Shane Urbans Michael Howse Jack Jae Henderson Williams Rhys Jon Lloyd Marshall Lachlan Davies Timothy Gilham Jesse Bice Brendan Casper

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Leith Bassett Wade Chamberlain MichaelAllen Terzini(VC) Nathan Jon McGenniskan Josh Dormer (DVC) Sean Ross Kye Whitford Timothy Stepanavicius Ned McDonald Lachlan McKenzie (C) Josh Mathie Max Gorman-Batt Bayde Mate Kayne Gipp Darcy Wilson Blake Mead Blake Hollaway Samuel Cashin Jesse Peacock Samuel Childs Jacob Allan (C) Harry Hince LiamTovey McDonald Ben Will Davis Sam Schwarz Shannon Read Jack Asimus Zac Pryde Jordan Derrick Bailey Smith Liam Trew

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pearCedale red hill

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Colours: Blue Red & White Coaches Senior: Senior: Leigh JamieStewart Mollo Reserves: Simon PowellPaddick Reserves: James Garrett & Jarmin U19: U19: LukeAndrew Murray &Gilmour Travis Bravo

Seniors & Reserves

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Joe Boase Dillon Duncan (Sen)(RC) 31 29 Travis Bravo Michael Holmes (Res) 30 32 Daniel Marshall Marcus Dal Lago 33 31 Damien Chris Irving Scully 34 32 HarryMold Josh Prior 35 33 DylanMarchetti Sean Ryan 36 34 Jake Mitchell Ryan 37 35 Troy Jacobson Aaron Holmes (Res) 38 36 Luke Dalmau Jonathon Ross (Sen) 39 38 Zach Campbell Rheede Hopgood 40 38 41 DanielDal Peter Heijden Lago (C) 39 42 Chris Dalmau Nathan Higgins 40 43 Liam Coffey Mathew Lonsdale 41 44 Connor Jake Bromley Benwell 42 Tom Mitchell Thomas McEncroe 45 46 Glenn Anderson Michael Mock (C) 45 47 JarminHyden Matt Paddick 46 MichaelMagee James Kennedy 48 Laughlin Jonah Siversen Cowell 49 50 Aidan Simmons Andrew Mock 52 Luke Jennings Daniel McNamara 53 58 Kade Porter Torren Powell 62 Andrew Gilmour Casey Miller-Trickey (RC) Jayden Pain Luke Murray Harry RobertByrt Muir Luke DavidMarchesani Hussey Jake Matt Mold Cottrell Matthew Mitchell Jahron Ostrom Blake Thomson Luke Daniel Huw Jones Ethan Bryan

Corey Tim Chaloner Wood RhysTulen Max Wilson MatthewMcShane Hamish Moran Jack Hobson William Tuck Zane Hill Jimmy Pittard Nick Garrett Chris Balthazar Mitchell Sam Scicluna Johnson Lachie Gray Lachlan Horscroft Mark Cook Hugh Campbell ReidVines Zac Chaffey MichealAllsop Zini Daniel Tom Craven Harry Wynn-Pope SamHughes Frawley Ben James Garrett Billy Sanders Zac Duncan Daniel Born Jake Lyttle Lachlan Chandler DylanKnight Hateley Max Michael Mazeika Jake McKinnon Billy Kennedy Bryce Williams Matthew James Gioutsos Wilson Jake Marshall Mitchell Skvor Dylan Hoare

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Joe Boase Dillon Duncan (Sen)(RC) 29 31 Travis Bravo Michael Holmes (Res) 30 32 Daniel Marshall Marcus Dal Lago 31 33 Damien Chris Irving Scully 32 34 HarryMold Josh Prior 33 35 DylanMarchetti Sean Ryan 34 36 Jake Mitchell Ryan 35 37 Troy Jacobson Aaron Holmes (Res) 36 38 Luke Dalmau Jonathon Ross (Sen) 39 38 Zach Campbell Rheede Hopgood 38 40 41 DanielDal Peter Heijden Lago (C) 39 42 Chris Dalmau Nathan Higgins 40 43 Liam Coffey Mathew Lonsdale 41 44 Connor Jake Bromley Benwell 42 Tom Mitchell Thomas McEncroe 45 46 Glenn Anderson Michael Mock (C) 45 47 JarminHyden Matt Paddick 46 MichaelMagee James Kennedy 48 Laughlin Jonah Siversen Cowell 50 49 Aidan Simmons Andrew Mock 52 Luke Jennings Daniel McNamara 58 53 Kade Porter Torren Powell 62 Andrew Gilmour Casey Miller-Trickey (RC) Jayden Pain Luke Murray Harry RobertByrt Muir Luke DavidMarchesani Hussey Jake Matt Mold Cottrell Matthew Mitchell Jahron Ostrom Blake Thomson Luke Daniel Ethan Huw Jones Bryan

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Corey Tim Chaloner Wood Max RhysTulen Wilson Hamish MatthewMcShane Moran William Jack Hobson Tuck Jimmy Zane Hill Pittard Chris Nick Garrett Balthazar Sam Mitchell Scicluna Johnson Lachlan Lachie Gray Horscroft Hugh Mark Cook Campbell Zac ReidVines Chaffey MichealAllsop Zini Daniel Tom Craven Harry Wynn-Pope SamHughes Frawley Ben James Garrett Billy Sanders Zac Duncan Daniel Born Jake Lyttle Lachlan Chandler DylanKnight Hateley Max Michael Mazeika Jake McKinnon Bryce Billy Kennedy Williams James Matthew Gioutsos Wilson Mitchell Jake Marshall Skvor Dylan Hoare

JacobPorter Kade Boase Declan Albert Andrew Wilson Matt Wright Alister Fuller Ryan Mitchell Nathan A’Vard Luke Hall Jake Daniel Brad Gason Liam Reilly Mat Picolli Hayden Horscroft Curtis Morley Aidan Marchesani Ryan Smith Joshua Johnson Riley Bracun Jack Pilgrim Harrison McIntyre

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JacobPorter Kade Boase Declan Albert Andrew Wilson Matt Wright Alister Fuller Ryan Mitchell Nathan A’Vard Luke Hall Jake Daniel Brad Gason Liam Reilly Mat Picolli Hayden Horscroft Curtis Morley Aidan Marchesani Ryan Smith Joshua Johnson Riley Bracun Jack Pilgrim Harrison McIntyre


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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 Jackson Allen Lee Kohner 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 Harley AndrejsCole Everitt Will Cooper Travis Finn Ben Trivett Austyn Fawcett Josh (RVC) KaneGana McKenzie Matt McIndoe Tom Beckett Ben Winters-Kerr Corey Dow Daniel Cimino Jake Haskett Adam Ross Jesse Walker-swain Lachlan Findlay Liam Gruar Kalani Ryan

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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 Jackson Allen Lee Kohner 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 Harley AndrejsCole Everitt Will Cooper Travis Finn Ben Trivett Austyn Fawcett Josh (RVC) KaneGana McKenzie Matt McIndoe Tom Beckett Ben Winters-Kerr Corey Dow Daniel Cimino Jake Haskett Adam Ross Jesse Walker-swain Lachlan Findlay Liam Gruar Kalani Ryan

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 Harry Suttcliffe Lucas Donazon Dylan AllenVincent Connor ZacJackson Jennings Elliot Kalani Ryan Bryce Martin GusTravis Gordon Barnett Clayton Barnes Charlie Dixon(C) Jason DeSilva Tom Oussa JackBendle Wilkinson Kavan JayMichael Riley Finn Mitchell Mantell Jarrod Richards James Limanis

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Peter Hampton Jedd Sutton Tim Will Mazurek Shields Toby Woodford Michael Vanplew Harrison Wilson Ben Neuchew Jarrod Richards Jack Skinner Brady Egan Matt Harrison Joel Wills Bryce Dunn Jack Nick Burford Mason Ryan Taylor Brad Rowe Dekodda Thomson - Irwin Jack Rolfe Jayden Thomas ZaneWhelan Martin Matt LachieJohnston McGenniss Jesse Drew Whitley Mitch Hillyear Rhys Palmer Micth Harris DeclanAnderson Snow Jarvis RyanGordon McMahon Gus Niall Dow Young Sam Scott Shea Callum Barnes Campbell Robbins Aiden Peile Steve Tweedly Williams Bailey Corey Mitch Petersen Nation Ben JackCain Barbour Ben Closter Cameron Mills Mitch AngusDunn Sweeny-smith Angus Emery Sam McDonnell Merv Watkins Sam Cahill Matt Dunn Nick Gordon Nathan Hardy

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33 32 34 33 35 34 36 35 37 36 38 37 39 38 40 39 41 40 42 41 43 43 44 44 45 45 46 46 47 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 54 56 55 58 57 59 58 60 59 61 61 63 64 99

Nathan Van Straaten Callum Nagle Kyle Barnes Matt Mielli Austyn Caleb VellaFawcett Toby Hurd Alex Searle Daniel Mann Max Scharpenack Jet Mepsted Jess Goldsmid Hayden Young Ben Closter (DVC) Tyler Young Jensen Cervi Sam McDonald Billy Swayn (DVC) Matt Harrison Tom Hughes Nick Mason Dustin ZaneBroadhurst Martin Lachlan Glover Lachlan Kupsch Kurt GossVenturini James Jordan Hoffman Linton Hardy 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 Harry Suttcliffe Lucas Donazon Dylan AllenVincent Connor ZacJackson Jennings Elliot Kalani Ryan Bryce Martin GusTravis Gordon Barnett Clayton Barnes Charlie Dixon(C) Jason DeSilva Tom Oussa JackBendle Wilkinson Kavan JayMichael Riley Finn Mitchell Mantell Jarrod Richards James Limanis

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Nathan Van Straaten Callum Nagle Kyle Barnes Matt Mielli Austyn Caleb VellaFawcett Toby Hurd Alex Searle Daniel Mann Max Scharpenack Jet Mepsted Jess Goldsmid Hayden Young Ben Closter (DVC) Tyler Young Jensen Cervi Sam McDonald Billy Swayn (DVC) Matt Harrison Tom Hughes Nick Mason Dustin ZaneBroadhurst Martin Lachlan Glover Lachlan Kupsch Kurt GossVenturini James Jordan Hoffman Linton Hardy Aiden Holden Zac Foulds Cameron Mills Christian White

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Colours: Maroon,Red Royal & White Blue and Gold Coaches Senior: Senior: Brett AaronDunne Pacey Reserves: Reserves: Matt Hose, Luke Forsyth Nick Bradley U19: U19: Andrew Michael Brady Treip

Colours: Maroon,Red Royal & White Blue and Gold Coaches Senior: Senior: Brett AaronDunne Pacey Reserves: Reserves: Matt Hose, Luke Forsyth Nick Bradley U19: U19: Andrew Michael Brady Treip

Seniors & Reserves

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Dylan DarcyGregson Underwood Damien Ashcroft Aaron Pacey Callan Dixon (C) Brad Harbinson Grant Paxton Jake Anderson Aaron EthanJack Rahilly (C) Matt Stanley Aaron Turner (VC) Luke VanRaay Brock Regan Brad Occhipinti Jordan Thomas Jake CoryKelly Robinson Jordan LoganJones Pearson Duncan Rowan Proud McGrath Bailey Frey Ash Planner Dylan Hadfield Brenden Doyle Aaron Kane Paxton Johnston Andrew McInnes Theo Oostveen (C) Zane Merdanovic Andrew Whalley Justin Farrelly Matt Ravenall David Hirst Jack Doman Zac Bartling Mitch Uongo Tom SeanMatthews Miller Aaron Lees Brad Williams Chris Matthews Darcy Sawyer Todd Farrelly Luke Allen Nathan McDonald Mick Altenkirch Liam Bennett SimonMcInnes Rahilly Steven MattJackson Dimkos Matt Paul Simpson Ransom Blake Trevor Jarvis Jason Hinde Nick Bradley Mason Russell James Holland-Burch Brendan Dunne GeordieMathers Scott Andrew Dale Binks Michael Burke

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Tim Agnew-Elliott Richard Mathers Ryan RyanMcDonald Regan D’arcy Garton Spencer Mcartney Jesse Ramirez Jordan Alves Dalton Jason Thomas-Staines Baxter Tim Bunawan Justin Mitchell Jonah Cassera Tom Booth James Pretty Jake Gaillard AJ FowlerRegan Jayden Jack Birthisel Harry Jones Steve CaseyMihevc Rich Brett BlakeBurns Delaney Zac Gibson Jock Jones Matt MattBurnett Brock Grant Liam Goodall Rogan Mad Nord-White Aaron McGough Andru Plakorakis Sam Barrington-Smith Geoff Hibberd Jarryd Wetzel Caine Riley Pearce Krog Tom Delves Nathan Buchan Brendan Lord Sam Holland-Burch Jake Smyth Jackson Cox Levi Dixon Connor Gray Brock Osborne Matt Grazules Chris James SamArchdeacon Goldsbury Jake Geoff Scown Jeremy Bunawan NickPhipps Leskovec Tom Jake Smith John Smith Max Smith Travis Puntaroni

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Dylan DarcyGregson Underwood Damien Ashcroft Aaron Pacey Callan Dixon (C) Brad Harbinson Grant Jake Paxton Anderson Aaron EthanJack Rahilly (C) Matt Stanley Aaron Turner (VC) Luke VanRaay Brock Regan Brad Occhipinti Jordan Thomas Jake CoryKelly Robinson Jordan LoganJones Pearson Duncan Rowan Proud McGrath Bailey Frey Ash Planner Dylan Hadfield Brenden Doyle Aaron Kane Paxton Johnston Andrew McInnes Theo Oostveen (C) Zane Merdanovic Andrew Whalley Justin Matt Farrelly Ravenall David Hirst Jack Doman Zac Bartling Mitch Uongo Tom Matthews Sean Miller Aaron Lees Brad Williams Chris Matthews Darcy Sawyer Todd Farrelly Luke Allen Nathan McDonald Mick Altenkirch Liam Bennett SimonMcInnes Rahilly Steven MattJackson Dimkos Matt Paul Simpson Ransom Blake Trevor Jarvis Jason Hinde Nick Bradley Mason Russell James Holland-Burch Brendan Dunne GeordieMathers Scott Andrew Dale Binks Michael Burke

Jordan Joel Brady Keher NathanBattams Corey Minotti Ben Porra Lachlan Hinde (C) Harrison Jai Treip La Fontaine James Josh Pohle Dee-Scullion Harley Bishop Anthony Beale SpencerVillella Nathan Forbes Johnny Noah Davies Bannan (VC) Will Saunders Zac Hose LachieDiVenchenzo Dylan Cox (C) Harrison Zac Holton Jansz MitchellTapolscay Steven Davies James Ash Cadd Easton Zane Danger Chris McInnes Casey White Lachlan Saunders Kaden Latcham Damon Hookem Harrison Brodie Mitchem Kidd Kyle McClenahan

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Tim Agnew-Elliott Richard Mathers Ryan RyanMcDonald Regan D’arcy Garton Spencer Mcartney Jesse Ramirez Jordan Alves Dalton JasonThomas-Staines Baxter Tim Bunawan Justin Mitchell Jonah Cassera Tom Booth James Pretty Jake Gaillard AJJayden FowlerRegan Jack Birthisel Harry Jones Steve CaseyMihevc Rich Brett Burns Blake Delaney Zac Gibson Jock Jones Matt MattBurnett Brock Grant Goodall Liam Rogan Mad Nord-White Aaron McGough Andru Plakorakis Sam Barrington-Smith Geoff Hibberd Jarryd Wetzel Caine RileyPearce Krog Tom Delves Nathan Buchan Brendan Lord Sam Holland-Burch Jake Smyth Jackson Cox Levi Dixon Connor Gray Brock Osborne Matt Grazules Chris James SamArchdeacon Goldsbury Jake Geoff Scown Jeremy Bunawan NickPhipps Leskovec Tom Jake Smith John Smith Max Smith Travis Puntaroni

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Jordan Joel Brady Keher NathanBattams Corey Minotti Ben Porra Lachlan Hinde (C) Harrison Jai Treip La Fontaine James Josh Pohle Dee-Scullion Harley Bishop Anthony Beale SpencerVillella Nathan Forbes Johnny Noah Davies Bannan (VC) Will Saunders Zac Hose LachieDiVenchenzo Dylan Cox (C) Harrison Zac Holton Jansz MitchellTapolscay Steven Davies James Ash Cadd Easton Zane Danger Chris McInnes Casey White Lachlan Saunders Kaden Latcham Damon Hookem Harrison Brodie Mitchem Kidd Kyle McClenahan

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Netball Preview Two teams with a lot in common By David Nagel It’s a rare occasion indeed when two defeated grand finalists from the year before do battle – but that’s the case when Tyabb and Karingal square off in a huge game for both clubs at Bunguyan Reserve. The Yabbies went down to Crib Point in the Nepean League decider last year, while the Bullettes fell agonisingly short of victory against Edi-Asp in the Peninsula League grand final. Both teams have responded well to those defeats – bouncing back to be genuine contenders again this year. But the Yabbies haven’t fully shaken the shadow of the Magpies just yet, with their one hiccup this season coming against Cribby in round five. But apart from that it’s been full steam ahead for Keira Wills and her team as they look to once again progress to the big stage. The Yabbies aren’t alone, but they have had their injury concerns this year and have done well to remain in second position on the ladder. Wills and Birgitta Nemaric have been dynamite with their combination up front, while Caitlin Watson has led a frugal defence with great support from the likes of Kayla Brown and Julia Smith. And the midcourt brigade of Kellie Anderson, Dani Slaughter and Megan Williams have been in great form of late, leading the way in a terrific win over an injurydepleted Somerville last week. Jess Whitfort and her Bullettes need a big win against quality opposition to really emerge as a threat this season. Wins against Dromana, Pearcedale, Devon Meadows and Red Hill have all been important, but those teams aren’t likely to be around come finals time. Amelia Haugen and Abuk Kenyang provide real strength at either end of the court, while Claudia Whitfort, Madi Capsalis and Bridgette Barry-Murphy have given some great drive through the midcourt. This one will be close – but the yabbies will prevail by a two-to-four goal margin. Top-of-the-table Langwarrin faces a challenging three weeks ahead, beginning with a visit to Dromana to take on the talented Tigers. Games against Hastings and Tyabb will follow and give us a truer indication of where the Kangaroos really do sit this year. Coach Sara Drain has led from the front, providing Jayde Travers, Sarah Anderson and Emily Bennet with some real inspiration, while Jayde Aron and Emily Zeuschner have just gone about doing their business. Dromana will be fresh, having not played for two weeks, with players like Emily Pratt, Chloe Birch and Bev Miller

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keen to make their mark with their rested legs. Dromana will challenge the ladder leaders, but will fall short by eight goals. Hastings will look to continue a four-game winning streak when the Blues make the trip to Glover Reserve to take on Devon Meadows. Hastings hasn’t lost a game since round two, with Jess and Sarah Hosking, Madelina Nyoul, Hayley Morton and Armani Buskermolen overcoming every obstacle thrown their way. Despite the efforts of Alana McDonald, Shannon Gill and Jenelle Bain, the Blues should win this one and set up a thrilling round-nine engagement against Langwarrin. Crib Point’s season is going along very nicely at the moment and the Magpies will be out to continue that trend on a road-trip to Chelsea. The reigning champs had two weeks to stew on a loss to Langwarrin in round six, but bounced back strongly by doubling Devon Meadows’ score last week. Ebony McDermott and Karly Wappett had deft touch under the ring while Adrienne Harris and Tessa Moncrief gave nothing away at the opposite end of the court. Katja Jansen, Zoe Larrieu and Georgia Herman will give their all for the Gulls – but the Magpies will run out winners. And we all wish Pearcedale well as it looks to overcome a shortage of numbers from last week and put a team on the court against Red Hill at Pearcedale. Red Hill was honest with its effort against Karingal last week, and Georgia Vines, Kate Patterson, Sienna Wills and Meg Hamill will be extremely keen to hit court this weekend. And an injury-depleted Somerville will enjoy a week off with the bye.

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Netball Results & Ladders Crib Point Karingal Langwarrin Pearcedale Somerville Hastings – Bye.

A Grade

50 v Devon Meadows 50 v Red Hill 63 v Chelsea 0 v Dromana 24 v Tyabb

25 34 31 20 51

TEAM P W L D F A % P Langwarrin 6 6 0 0 311 177 175.71 28 Tyabb 6 5 1 0 306 179 170.95 24 Crib Point 6 5 1 0 262 183 143.17 24 Karingal 6 4 2 0 293 202 145.05 20 Hastings 6 4 2 0 278 237 117.30 20 Dromana 6 4 2 0 183 172 106.40 16 Somerville 7 3 4 0 208 238 87.39 12 Dev Meadows 7 2 5 0 217 257 84.44 8 Red Hill 6 1 5 0 196 288 68.06 8 Chelsea 7 1 6 0 221 301 73.42 4 Pearcedale 7 0 7 0 122 363 33.61 0

Crib Point Hastings Karingal Langwarrin Pearcedale Somerville

B Grade

41 v Devon Meadows 38 v Rye 45 v Red Hill 49 v Chelsea 27 v Dromana 50 v Tyabb

25 38 27 26 60 27

TEAM P W L D F A % P Somerville 7 7 0 0 401 152 263.82 28 Karingal 7 7 0 0 409 168 243.45 28 Langwarrin 7 6 1 0 349 191 182.72 24 Dromana 7 5 2 0 343 283 121.20 20 Tyabb 7 4 2 1 284 189 150.26 18 Red Hill 7 4 3 0 272 216 125.93 16 Crib Point 7 3 4 0 250 227 110.13 12 Dev Meadows 7 2 5 0 220 302 72.85 8 Hastings 7 1 4 2 171 331 51.66 8 Chelsea 7 0 6 1 152 283 53.71 2 Rye 7 0 6 1 177 378 46.83 2 Pearcedale 7 0 6 1 109 417 26.14 2 Crib Point Hastings Karingal Langwarrin Pearcedale Somerville

C Grade

43 v Devon Meadows 21 v Rye 52 v Red Hill 33 v Chelsea 23 v Dromana 22 v Tyabb

26 30 21 32 37 35

TEAM P W L D F A % P Crib Point 7 7 0 0 322 173 186.13 28 Dromana 7 6 0 1 256 151 169.54 26 Karingal 7 6 1 0 310 160 193.75 24 Chelsea 7 4 2 1 242 173 139.88 18 Tyabb 7 4 2 1 190 158 120.25 18 Somerville 7 3 4 0 240 229 104.80 12 Langwarrin 7 3 4 0 179 213 84.04 12 Red Hill 7 3 4 0 189 262 72.14 12 Rye 7 2 5 0 181 240 75.42 8 Dev Meadows 7 1 5 1 202 235 85.96 6 Pearcedale 7 1 6 0 169 227 74.45 4 Hastings 7 0 7 0 81 340 23.82 0

Crib Point Hastings Karingal Langwarrin Pearcedale Somerville

D Grade

39 v Devon Meadows 16 v Rye 46 v Red Hill 42 v Chelsea 17 v Dromana 38 v Tyabb

16 26 10 15 34 22

TEAM P W L D F A % P Somerville 7 7 0 0 239 151 158.28 28 Langwarrin 7 6 0 1 261 98 266.33 26 Dromana 7 6 1 0 268 128 209.38 24 Karingal 7 5 1 1 297 131 226.72 22 Crib Point 7 5 2 0 204 160 127.50 20 Chelsea 7 3 4 0 154 192 80.21 12 Tyabb 7 2 4 1 182 172 105.81 10 Rye 7 2 4 1 126 206 61.17 10 Pearcedale 7 2 5 0 157 208 75.48 8 Dev Meadows 7 1 6 0 157 259 60.62 4 Red Hill 7 1 6 0 111 215 51.63 4 Hastings 7 0 7 0 65 301 21.59 0 Hastings Crib Point Karingal Pearcedale

Under 17

45 v Langwarrin 8 v Devon Meadows 21 v Red Hill 48 v Dromana

18 49 42 15

TEAM P W L D F A % P Pearcedale 7 7 0 0 333 109 305.50 28 Red Hill 5 4 1 0 239 102 234.31 24 Hastings 6 4 2 0 280 111 252.25 20 Dromana 5 3 2 0 138 153 90.20 20 Dev Meadows 7 3 4 0 213 205 103.90 12 Langwarrin 6 2 4 0 147 231 63.64 12 Karingal 6 1 5 0 120 227 52.86 8 Crib Point 6 0 6 0 26 358 7.26 4

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Netball Notes Karingal

Or U17’s started off the day against Red Hill. Coming up against an experienced team, the girls fought hard and didn’t give up from start to finish. Very proud of the work our U17’s are putting in each week on court. Unfortunately we just couldn’t get the win, but nonetheless, great job girls! The sun was shining on our home courts as the girls came out against a tall and physical Red Hill lineup. D grade girls played their best game of the season, with incredible defensive pressure all the way down the court, they kept their opponents to just 10 goals and took home the 4 points. D grade won 46-10; BOC Kelly Proud C grade had to work hard trailing early, but finding their rhythm through the determination and work rate of our captain “Sutto” the team lifted and created a massive win. C grade won 52-21; BOC Tayla Sutton B grade continued their unbeaten run, even without key midcourt Anna Mace due to injury, the girls got the job done and delivered a solid 20 goal win under lots of physical pressure. B grade won 45-27; BOC Tobi Cunningham A grade were too slick for their opponents, with seamless transitions and sharp shooting, the girls utilised their full bench to construct a solid win and hard fought game over 4 quarters. A grade won 50-34; BOC Claudia Whitfort

Tyabb What a cracking day for netball! D grade started strongly, defending ruthlessly & moving the ball well in attack. Unfortunately the girls couldn’t maintain the pressure in the 2nd which allowed Sommie to pull away. MacKenzie was fantastic in C, applying the work done at training to open up space well. C grade played their best game of the season so far, coming away with a very satisfying win. Hannah used her strong holds & circle movement to open up the attack end & the centre court patiently worked the ball to the circle edge to feed. Chloe was outstanding in defence, creating turnovers & applying excellent pressure all game. The girls are becoming a great team unit which will hold them in good stead for todays game. B grade had a really great first quarter applying plenty of pressure down the court & turning the ball over to keep the scoreboard ticking over. Unfortunately we couldn’t

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adjust quickly enough to some key changes thrown at us & couldn’t maintain our defensive pressure for the full 4 quarters. Plenty to continue to work & build on into the next few weeks. A grade jumped out of the blocks, preventing Sommie from scoring for the first portion of the match which was a fantastic foundation to build on. Our defenders worked tirelessly to turn the ball over & provide our attackers with plenty of opportunities throughout the match. Some extremely clean & smart passages of play were scattered with some areas to improve on as we work hard over the coming couple of weeks.

Somerville This season has seen Somerville netball cursed with injures. With an extensive list of girls out for the season due to various long term injuries, we’ve had to work hard to form 4 whole sides. Coming up against Tyabb last week was tough to say the least, but we came out fighting and saw great netball. D Grade - The D grade girls pulled out all stops against the Yabbies last week, proving that a strong defensive game and the conversion of intercepts can win you games. Another win under the belt. C Grade - The girls knew it would be tough coming up against Tyabb with a depleted team, however stayed positive and kept hustling throughout the entire game. The girls are coming off with a loss this week but are willing to rectify this up against Rye today. B Grade - Although Tyabb tested them early, the B Grade girls were able to continue their clean sweep with another win. The girls are showing commitment to their individual games and through this, are showing finesse as a side. A Grade - With 6 whole and 4 half players due to injury (ACL x2, Achillies, Back), the A Grade girls still somehow managed to take the court with a smile. We started off strong, but were beaten on the scoresheet at the final whistle. A grade are looking forward to Saturday’s bye. Today we take on Rye away. The D, C and B Girls are ready to continue making their marks on this 2018 campaign and have their eyes on the chocolates for today’s game. #bubblewrapSomie2018 MID SEASON BALL = Sat 30th June

Chelsea Langy held a huge PINK cancer support round last week and Chelsea donated strongly to support their cause. Hard day in the office though! We played a strong Langwarrin outfit. A Grade were prepared for a tough game. We welcomed Georgia to the team. She was strong through the centre and her goaling accuracy was key. Julia & Rachel also played a fantastic game in defence. Zoe continues to work hard and puts the team first, earning her another

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Netball Notes best on! B grade had another difficult competition. Kayla goaled well. Jayde and Kym brought some much needed composure and experience to the team. Kym worked tirelessly and her passes were on point earning her best on. Meanwhile, C grade started off slow and picked up the pace late int the game. We unfortunately couldn’t quite make up the difference, going down by a single goal. Best on went to Sallie for her huge defensive effort, picking up plenty of intercepts and rebounds. Special mentions to Chelsea and Megan as well; whether on or off the court they are always positive, supportive and fabulous team players. D grade also had a hard game. While we broke the first center pass, Langwarrin quickly took control of the game and broke away to a strong lead by quarter time. The girls worked hard on this weeks team goal and supported each other throughout the game. We have a lot to work on at training to come back stronger next week. We’re looking forward to hard training, and an even tougher game against Crib Point! Go Gulls!

a positive attitude and a hunger for the ball. They have worked hard at training and put this into play, with great defensive pressure created lots of turnovers, giving the goalers every opportunity they needed, winning 4125. BOC went to standout Kelly who was relentless in defense and was outstanding in WA. A Grade made hits on the scoreboard early ensuring they set the standard for what is always a very competitive game against Devon. With the ambition of not being too predictable, the girls dabbled with a few new combinations on court reflecting the great depth and versatility of this team and coming away with a 25pt win. BOC was Tessa for her outstanding defensive work across the entire game. This week we play Chelsea, so let’s continue our good form and go for another clean sweep of the points.

Langwarrin The weekend seen us take on Chelsea in the O’Brien cup. Our U/17’s went down to play Hastings. Although they fought hard, unfortunately were unable to come away with a win. D grade continued on their winning way with a nice win keeping them In second spot on the ladder. C Grade was a nail biting affair which came down to the last 30sec of the game. The girls fought hard and came away with a 1 point win. Hopefully this is the win they need to get their season back on track. B grade showed that coach Sara Drain has many combinations to use to her advantage. Changes during the game made it hard for their opponents keeping players fresh. A Grade remain undefeated on top after a great 32 Point victory over a strong Chelsea lineup. This week we look forward to travelling down to Dromana. Go Roos

Crib Point Last week was yet again spectacular netball weather, proving favourable for our girls who capitalized sealing four senior wins against Devon Meadows. Our U/17’s are working hard and showing continued improvement. BOC was Ciara for her defensive work and communication. D Grade had one of their best performances yet, coming away with a terrific win 39-16. BOC went to Kylie for a strong performance, having lots of impact on court. C Grade continued their winning streak with a 43-26 win. Trying out some new combinations and maintained good control of the game. BOC went to Ayla who maintained great defensive pressure & control. B Grade flipped the switch this week coming out with

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Netball Notes Dromana

last week saw us at Pearcedale U17’s knew they were in for a hard match but never gave up. our passing let us down which is something they will definitely be working on at training. Pearcedale U17’s were just to good. Best on went to Shaye D Grade started off a bit slow but after a couple of changes they found their rhythm with our goals going in we came out winners by 17. Best on went to Sarz who played both ends of the court. C Grade was a close first quarter being 1 down going into the break but we turned it around with some good passages of play and the experience of this team kept their eye on the ball. Best on to Clary B grade had a great day out Rivvy and Sohpie both had their eye in hardly missing a shot this helped with the midcourt getting the ball in quickly. well down girls best on to Eliza who probably had her best game to date in defence. A Grade unfortunately didn’t get to play as Pearcedale had to forfeit. Everyone get around Hayley Pollard this week as she plays her 100th club game. More on that next week. Congratulations H It will be a tough week this week up against Langwarrin with quite a few girls out but our girls will still bring their A game. Good Luck to everyone Go Tigers

Red Hill Great game for the U/17 with a full team of 9 girls. Each girl played their position well to come together as a team and get the win. Accurate goaling by Katie, Emily and Zoe showing their ability to switch around positions & work well in the ring. Mid court was quick and precise working hard to get the ball down to the goalers. Defensive side played well together & had a lot of turnovers. The D grade girls unfortunately went down to a strong Karingal team on Saturday. The sun was shining and the team enjoyed the great conditions. A great shooting game from Madi and from Claudia who really continues to improve in the centre court. A full team of our C graders faced the power of Karingal! A new recruit and the return of an experienced player brought speed to our game but wasn’t enough to match a Karingal detailed defense and strong attack! B grade came out of the blocked on fire , showing Karingal their strength & capabilities. But the cracks began to show by half time ,if we can keep up the intensity of the first half it maybe a different story next time we meet . Our young goaling combination are competitive & challenge the strongest defence . A grade faced a very sharp outfit with a bench full of

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talent and fresh legs. Our 7 players stuck to our style of play and went down each quarter which built up to a considerable difference at 3 quarter time. It was pleasing though to finish the game with a strong quarter which we won. We are using every game to improve our play.

Rye It was a very successful day for the Demons. D grade started off very strong against Hastings on Saturday. Their match play was a standout, with all players helping one another. Goalers, Mel and Jodie were very stong all game, working very well with midcourters, Bec, Harriet and Amber. Defenders were all over it. Bianca, Flynn and Alannah played another solid game. Final Score: Rye 26, Hastings 16. Best on court: Jodie C grade continued the winning streak bringing home a good win. Shannon and Emily shot beautifully all game, whilst Katelyn, Abbey, Tuscani and Lucy were a vital point through the midcourt. Defensively, Jas and Sarah were all over it all game. It was a really good game by everyone. Well Done girls on a 9 goal win. Best on court: Jasmyn B grade had a tight game against Hastings on Saturday. Rye had a tremendous first half, providing some good drives and one on one pressure. Going into the third quarter, Rye ran out of legs. The fourth quarter both Rye and Hastings showed some good Netball. It was goal for goal in the dying minutes, everyone trying their hardest. Final result: Rye 38, Hastings 38. Best on court: Olivia Good Luck to both Footballers and Netballers this week against Somerville.

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Netball Notes Devon Meadows When you start supporting a club, you don’t support it because of the throphies, or a player or history. You support it because you found yourself somewhere there, you found yourself somewhere where you completely belong. Our club is fortunate enough to have many members and families that make our club feel like home. It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the passing of Janet Piper. A women who lived life nothing short of the fullest! Tom and Janet Piper played a big part in the establishment of our club and continued to do so until of late through their children’s and grandchildrens involvment with the club. To Pip, Kylie, Lee, Jess and Sonny and extended family we send our sincere condolences and love. Last week we headed to Cribby for what was always going to be a hard fought match for all grades. A huge congrats to our 17s who had a very impressive win! The girls are improving each week and we are super excited for what the future holds for our girls. Although our senior grades didn’t come away with any wins, the positives were evident with some show case quarters and great ball movement. Back to the drawing board this week where we welcome Hastings down at the Den.

under pressure. Fantastic game by all four under 17’s. The Cocktail night was a fantastic and successful function for our club and a great time was had by all.

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Hastings A foggy morning started our day with the under 17’s playing Langwarrin. A good fair game played in U17s. We had new expectation and morals to face the game. We worked at training and identified areas for improvement. We were happy with a good win and will strive to improve. Standout performances by all 9 players, but courage by Brodie Moncrieff in the ring was a highlight. D grade had their best game for the year, awesome defence work by Kirsty, Kirra and Georgia provided the attack end with plenty of opportunity. Vicki in the centre position was fantastic once again and best on court. C grade played against a team at their own skill level this week was an enjoyable game to watch and a positive turn around for our C grade this week. It was a slow start with our first quarter ending 1 to 7 but the girls stepped up from the second quarter keeping an even and competitive game only going down by 7 goals. Best on went to Olivia Remy who for a small player demanded space and dominated through the mid court. B grade finished the day with a draw. The defence end was relentless but unfortunately mistakes in attack cost us a win. The under 17’s continue to top up our numbers each week and develop their skills and decision making

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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: 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: 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: 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

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Netball

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

C GRADE Coach: 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

V A GRADE Coach: No team supplied

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

By Lachie Ramage With the superb win over the Northern Football Netball League still fresh in the memory it was time to move on and get back to regular season action where some teams started to show their superiority. In Division 1 the Eastern Devils didn’t let the week off get in the way of their red-hot form, defeating Beaconsfield by 78 points in a game that was all but finished at half time. But credit goes to the Eagles for fighting the game out and stemming the scoring flow in the second half. Interleague-hero Chloe Hunt booted four goals for the Devils and continued her stellar start to the season. Seaford cruised to a 72-point win over Endeavour Hills, whilst St Kilda made light work of Port Melbourne, running away 86-point winners. Cranbourne continues to show that it is a contender this year beating Gippsland by 86 points, and in the final game of the round Mornington had their kicking woes in the first quarter, kicking 2.8 to 0.0 to leave the door open for Chirnside Park. The Bulldogs eventually pushed on, kicking straighter after quarter time to win by 55 points. In Division 2 the Seaford Tigers took on Tyabb in a tight contest which had the Yabbies up by four points at three quarter time. The Tigers dug deep and kicked four final quarter goals and kept the Yabbies scoreless, winning by 21 points.

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

Cranbourne had an easy win against Edi-Asp, winning by 83 points, whilst Bass Coast sustained its brilliant form keeping the St Kilda Sharks scoreless and winning by 151 points. Tayla Stahl-Smith had a terrific game claiming beston-ground honours and booting eight goals. The Eastern Devils and Warragul found the going tough for three quarters, with only one goal being scored with the scores being 1.4.10 to five behinds. In a game where a goal was tough to come by the Devils kicked two final-quarter majors to win by 13 points in the end. In Division 3 Pearcedale had a great win over Officer, victorious by 57 points where Hayley Roberts starred with five goals. Seaford had to fight for a 30-point win over Karingal, while Cerberus/Crib Point won by 10 goals against a competitive Pakenham side. Sarah Flanders was the star snagging six goals. Mornington reigned supreme over Red Hill by 36 points, whilst Hastings downed the Frankston Bombers by 37 points in what looked set to be a much closer game going in. Both teams going in to the match were undefeated but it was the Blues who pushed their way up the ladder to sit second after their victory.

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South Eastern Women’s Football DIVISION ONE

Beaconsfield 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1.1 Eastern Devils 2.2 7.3 11.3 12.7.79 Beaconsfield Best: C. Charles, E. Wroe, K. Hinkley, A. Waite, A. Robinson, A. McGeachin. Eastern Devils Goals: C. Hunt 4, E. Mcilvena 2, J. Foster 2, S. Beggs, N. Price, S. David, S. McNamara. Best: S. David, J. Wallace, S. McGeoch, M. Hubbard, C. Hunt, J. Foster. Seaford 5.3 7.3 10.8 12.13.85 Endeavour Hills 0.0 0.1 0.1 2.1.13 Seaford Goals: A. Dowler 3, T. Browne 3, K. Carew 2, J. Baguley 2, M. Hare, L. Rutter. Best: K. Ebb, A. Dowler, M. Hare, M. Welsh, J. Johnston, J. Eberle. Endeavour Hills Goals: R. May, B. Charalambous. Best: M. Savage, A. Hancock, R. Sherry, S. Howe, S. Pilkington, A. Dadov. St Kilda Sharks 2.7 7.9 12.11 13.14.92 Port Melbourne 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0.6 St Kilda Sharks Goals: C. Portlock 4, A. Trollip 4, L. King, M. Amon, P. Cula-Reid, K. Ebbott, T. Watson. Best: A. Trollip, C. Portlock, H. Bowey, S. Black, L. Savage, K. Ebbott. Port Melbourne Goals: T. Assini. Best: B. James, K. Nelson, J. Nankiville, B. Ousley, P. Holt, J. Osman. Gippsland Maroons 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.2.2 Cranbourne 3.1 6.4 9 . 7 13.10.88 Cranbourne Goals: A. Nagtzaam 3, S. Stratton 3, G. Tyshing 2, J. Sullivan, S. Dixon, M. Brown, T. Fellows, T. O’Hagan. Best: A. Nagtzaam, L. Robinson, E. Wallace, A. Heins, P. Stahl, S. Dixon. Mornington 2.8 5.9 8.12 10.13.73 Chirnside Park 0.0 2.0 3.0 3.0.18 Mornington Goals: E. Dowsett 2, M. Bain 2, G. Speedy, E. Rylance, C. Crouch, H. Buur, L. Noonan, D. Jolliffe. Best: V. Campbell , E. Muir, H. Buur, E. Dowsett, E. Rylance, C. Crouch. Chirnside Park Goals: J. Provan 2, R. Palmer. Best: C. Robson, J. Provan, S. Di Mauro, A. Allsopp, R. Cellante, S. Asbury.

DIVISION TWO

Seaford 0.0 3.4 4.5 8.6.54 Tyabb 0.5 2.6 4.9 4.9.33 Seaford Goals: I. Walsh 3, L. Field 3, B. Roberts 2. Best: L. Field, J. Ralph, M. Carroll, T. Giddings-Constable, I. Walsh, T. St Anne. Tyabb Goals: E. Abel, K. Adamson, C. Coventry , M. Hart. Best: C. Coventry , K. Wright, K. Adamson, T. Dalman, T. Huitson, K. Vigliarolo. Edithvale-Aspendale 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.2.8 Cranbourne 2.4 5.9 10.11 13.13.91 Edi-Asp Goals: B. Robinson. Best: E. Robinson, E. Maltman, T. Laval, L. O’Connor , B. Kelly, O. Purcell. Cranbourne Goals: S. Holland 6, R. Tiernan 2, B. Campbell, S. Dowgilmour, E. Hobson, A. Sibly, S. Bandi. Best: S. Holland, B. Campbell, R. Tiernan, R. Berry, B. Graham. St Kilda Sharks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Bass Coast 7.4 12.7 16.16 22.19.151 St Kilda Sharks Best: L. Bertram, S. Mulligan , T. Binios, E. King, C. Sheehy, B. Bowey. Bass Coast Goals: T. Stahl-Smith 8, J. Russo 3, K. O’Neill 2, T. Angarane 2, K. Edney 2, K. Thomas 2, S. Bolding, G. Bloch, B. Mullins. Best: T. Stahl-Smith, J. Russo, S. Bolding, K. O’Neill, K. Thomas, K. Edney. Warragul 0.2 0.2 0.5 1.5.11 Eastern Devils 1.2 1.2 1.4 3.5.23 Warragul Goals: S. Elson. Best: B. Pratt, C. Graham, S. Elson, T. Saunders, T. Rosin, K. Proctor. Eastern Goals: M. Murray , K. Martin, G. Beach. Best: N. Muscat, H. Miles, E. Hurley, C. Leeson, C. Garlick , B. Fox.

DIVISION THREE

Officer 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1.1 Pearcedale 2.3 4.7 6.9 8.10.58 Officer Best: C. Davey, M. Fitzpatrick , C. Webber, L. O’Connell-Webb, M. Davey, S. Sherer. Pearcedale Goals: H. Roberts 5, J. Williams, T. Purcell, K. Trotter. Best: K. Mitchell , H. Roberts, K. Trotter, T. Chalmers, T. Purcell, E. Kesik.

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Seaford 1.1 1.2 1.2 5.4.34 Karingal 0.1 0.4 0.4 0.4.4 Seaford Goals: D. Jackson 2, M. Densley 2, C. Parker. Best: D. Jackson, K. Tua, G. Tua, B. Dutton, J. Wade, S. Freston. Karingal Best: K. Walker, C. Bakker, K. Geddes, L. Keillor, M. Franks, L. Amos. Cerberus/Crib Point 1.5 5.8 11.9 13.12.90 Pakenham 1.0 2.3 3.4 4.5.29 Cerberus/Crib Point Goals: S. Flanders 6, T. Ahmat 3, S. Toms, K. Chamberlain, J. Henderson, S. Marsland. Best: S. Marsland, K. Chamberlain, T. Ahmat, C. Smith, S. Flanders, J. Aitken. Mornington 0.2 2.6 4.9 7.11.53 Red Hill 1.1 1.2 2.3 2.5.17 Mornington Goals: L. Taylor, S. Parker, T. Garlick, K. Wesley , A. Davidson, R. Miller, M. Wightman. Best: K. Wesley , L. Taylor, A. Dougan, C. Brouwer, A. Cox, S. Parker. Red Hill Goals: Z. Harris, J. Farquharson. Best: K. Riley, N. Williams, K. Bordador, N. Adams, C. Seedsman, Z. Harris. Frankston Bombers 1.0 1.0 1.3 2.3.15 Hastings 1.0 2.0 6.1 8.4.52 Frankston Bombers Goals: B. McCabe, R. Dixon. Best: T. Hartskeerl, A. Meyer, R. Dixon, E. Dash, T. Hoare. Hastings Goals: K. Syer 2, L. Snooks 2, M. Taylor 2, T. Scott, R. TannerBennion. Best: M. Taylor, R. Tanner-Bennion, B. Kupsch, S. Delmo, Z. Mitchell, T. Scott.

LADDERS DIVISION ONE

P W L D

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

3 3 0 0 357 1 35700 3 3 0 0 282 36 783.33 3 3 0 0 219 41 534.15 3 3 0 0 203 49 414.29 3 1 2 0 142 100 142.00 3 1 2 0 65 137 47.45 3 1 2 0 60 138 43.48 3 0 3 0 49 203 24.14 3 0 3 0 18 378 4.76 3 0 3 0 2 314 0.64

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DIVISION TWO

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A

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Bass Coast 3 3 0 0 326 23 1417.39 12 Seaford 3 3 0 0 196 63 311.11 12 Tyabb 3 2 1 0 158 66 239.39 8 Eastern Devils 3 2 1 0 77 93 82.80 8 Cranbourne 3 1 2 0 127 74 171.62 4 St Kilda Sharks 3 1 2 0 34 240 14.17 4 Warragul 3 0 3 0 41 134 30.60 0 Edithvale-Aspendale 3 0 3 0 21 287 7.32 0

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PTS

Seaford 3 3 0 0 222 14 1585.71 12 Hastings 3 3 0 0 204 37 551.35 12 Mornington 3 3 0 0 155 81 191.36 12 Frankston Bombers 3 2 1 0 147 83 177.11 8 Cerberus/Crib Point 2 1 1 1 119 80 148.75 8 Pearcedale 3 1 2 0 107 97 110.31 4 Officer 3 1 2 0 105 109 96.33 4 Karingal 3 1 2 0 59 87 67.82 4 Red Hill 3 0 3 0 44 179 24.58 0 Pakenham 3 0 3 0 47 293 16.04 0 Edi-Asp 1 0 1 0 0 149 0.00 0

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