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Record The Magpies are ready for take off

Round 15 Saturday 11th August 2018

Beaconsfield v Tooradin-Dalmore Doveton v Berwick Officer v Narre Warren Pakenham v Cranbourne


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AFL South East With finals fast approaching in both SEFNL and the MPNFL it’s worth reflecting for a minute on some of the major onfield achievements of 2018. Individually it’s hard to go past the sensational effort of Cranbourne full-forward Marc Holt, who kicked his 1000th goal for the club against Officer a fortnight ago. Holt, quite rightly, went down media street after his amazing milestone and it was clear to see how much both player and club really do mean to each other. Cranbourne recognised the significance of the occasion and have many angles of the great achievement captured for posterity. Video, newspaper clippings, footy records, the Eagles and their champion full forward will have plenty of great memories to look back on over the years. From a team perspective it’s great that, barring a minor miracle, Officer will play in its first finals series in the 14year history of the Casey Cardinia-South East Football Netball League. The Kangaroos have had some great stalwarts and 300game players over the years, but for champion player Ben Tivendale to finally play finals, after achieving the ultimate with the club in his early years, is a great story to add to many more that have been told since the league began in 2005.

And it’s not SEFNL where clubs are experiencing the rollercoaster ride of football. The curtain will close on season 2018 for seven senior teams in MPNFL Division Two today and each and every one will have a completely different story to tell. Somerville and Rye began their journey with the realistic goal of playing finals this year but will join either Hastings or Langwarrin on the sidelines. Both teams had good patches throughout the season, but injuries to key players, and some close losses, halted their finals’ charge. Devon Meadows and Pearcedale have also had their moments, with both sets of Panthers not that far away from reintroducing themselves to the big stage. Departing coach Glenn Michie has built a solid foundation at Devon Meadows and it will be interesting to see how the club progresses from here. Crib Point’s season highlight came against Devon Meadows in round seven, its only win for the year. But the great story to emerge from the bottom half of the ladder belongs to Tyabb, who today chase their sixth win of the season against Somerville. Tyabb had won just two games in the previous four years, so this is a serious step forward for the club – well done to everyone involved in the progression. Congratulations to those who have achieved their dreams. It’s those great stories that make every season of local football so memorable. AFL South East

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AFL Vic Country There is nothing better in Victorian country football, than finals action. After a gruelling pre-season and tough home and away rounds, finals footy has arrived, or is just around the corner, and with it comes a sense of optimism that your team is on the cusp of making history. Some clubs will be looking to build on magnificent recent records, take Berwick, Cranbourne and Narre Warren in the South East, and Frankston YCW and Sorrento in the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League Division One for instance. The Wickers, Eagles and Magpies have dominated the last decade of SEFNL, while Sorrento has thoroughly earned its promotion to Division One after a dominant era in the second division, while YCW has made winning premierships look easy.

This finals season, make it your club’s aim to create awareness among players, coaches, members, staff and spectators of the importance of playing the game with good sportsmanship. With thousands of Victorian’s set to be part of community football finals this year, we’re encouraging all football fans to be respectful of each other during football’s most exciting time of the year. Together, we can ensure that win, lose or draw that this finals series is a memorable one for all the right reasons. Please keep an eye out on the AFL Victoria website and social media channels for a listing of all AFL Victoria Country Grand Final details in the coming weeks. Good luck to all competing clubs as they look to add their names into the history books.

The Stonecats have won seven of the last eight flags, including the last five on the trot, to become of the true powerhouse football clubs in country Victoria. On the flipside, clubs like Red Hill, Chelsea, Karingal and Langwarrin are looking to break a recent run of outs and give their long-time supporters something to cheer about. And we encourage everyone involved in the game to take a deep breath and really enjoy the occasion. Regardless of whether you’re a player, coach, umpire or supporter, with your hopes hinging on the premiership decider, or just an interested onlooker, football finals is always an occasion to savour. However as we move deeper into August, it’s a timely reminder to all football fans to ensure that the game continues to be played in the right spirit throughout the season. While finals time brings out the passion in all of us, it’s important to ensure that appropriate behaviour remains front of mind for everyone, regardless of the time of year. As role models in the local community, football clubs have a responsibility to provide a welcoming and safe environment for everyone both on and off the field.

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Footy Preview They’re almost home and hosed By David Nagel The composition of this year’s finals series would now appear to be set - but Officer still needs to be a little wary when the Kangaroos travel to Kalora Park today to take on impressive ladder-leaders Narre Warren. The Kangas won a weird old contest against Pakenham last week, in a game where neither team could take full advantage of a strong breeze blowing towards oval two at Toomuc Reserve. That was until the Kangaroos fired up in the final term. Inspired by an after-the-siren goal in the third quarter by Matty Clarke, the Kangas kicked 5.2 to 1.4 to wipe away a four-point deficit and run away with victory. Two of the Kangaroos better players on the day, ruckman Sean Roach and midfielder Daniel Ellett, combined for the first centre clearance of the final term and the Kangas were on their way. Blair Allan capitalised on that early entry to snap truly, and when Steve Hawkins and Jake Ingaliso hit the scoreboard the Kangas were almost home. A classy finish from Ben Curtiss was rubber-stamped by Clarke and Officer had its foot in the door of its first finals campaign in the 14-year history of the Casey Cardinia/ South East Football Netball League. So what does that win mean for the Kangaroos going forward? It puts them two games and percentage clear of Tooradin with just two games remaining in the season. The Seagulls would need to upset Beaconsfield at Holm Park Reserve today to have any sort of chance of reeling in the Kangaroos when the two meet at Tooradin in next week’s final round of the season. The Kangas are a $1.01 chance to make it, but a repeat of their round four effort against the Magpies, who won by 130 points, could open the door for the Seagulls next week. But players like James Waldon, Harris Wasslkyo, Steve Heppel and Ben Tivendale have invested too much into this campaign to allow that to happen. We can expect a much-more competitive performance this afternoon against a team that continues to lift the bar at every opportunity.

The Narre Warren defence has stood tall - Can Officer find a way through? The Magpies were terrific against Cranbourne last week in a 36-point victory that showcased their improving nature. Trent Shinners is starting to clunk the ball strongly in the air while Brad Scalzo and Trent Cody used the ball beautifully through the midfield. Joel Zietsman stuck to his guns on Cranbourne dangerman Marc Holt, and will likely get the job on Clarke today. Ryan and Dylan Quirk were other positives for the Magpies, while Jake Richardson is set for a big September after controlling things off half back. The Magpies will pack too many punches today, winning by 37 points.

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Footy Preview Beaconsfield can end Tooradin-Dalmore’s very faint finals hopes today when the Eagles and Seagulls take flight at Holm Park Reserve. The Eagles were clinical in a 137-point crushing of Doveton last week, a timely victory after losses to Pakenham, Berwick and Narre Warren. Bailey Morrish made it back-to-back standout games with a four-goal effort, while Riley Verbi and Damien Johnston were also effective up forward with three each. Jake Bowd and Daniel Johnston won plenty of the ball around the ground while the return of Nathan Langley is a very positive sign going forward. The Eagles need to make the most of today and fine tune their structures ahead of a round-18 trip to Cranbourne. Tooradin will bring some confidence in after a brave second-half performance against Berwick last week. Yes, the Seagulls were comprehensively outplayed in the first half, but their ability to dig deep and stay together as one will hold them in good stead against the Eagles this afternoon. Justin Smaluch, Matt Bennetts and Luke McKenna bring in some solid form while Andrew Dean would love nothing better than to set Holm Park alight up forward. But the Eagles will be too strong and they’ll get the choccies by 34 points. Reality came back to hit Cranbourne right between the eyes last week and Steve O’Brien and his boys will be keen to bounce back strongly when the Eagles fly to Toomuc Reserve to take on Pakenham.

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Joel Zietsman did a great job on Marc Holt last week. Does he get Matty Clarke today? The Eagles were always going to struggle last week, not just because of the quality of opposition in Narre Warren but because of the letdown after one of the biggest days in the club’s history a week earlier. Marc Holt’s 1000th goal was a wonderful achievement, but it brought a spotlight on the club that very few have to deal with. They were outplayed by the Magpies last week, but winning finals is now the sole focus. Even in defeat last week the Osborne boys, Brandon and Glenn, were terrific in defence while Holt and Troy Tharle love this time of year and showed some positive signs up forward. Ruckman Michael Wenn is getting better with every contest, while Jordy Bertrand and Dillan Bass will have big roles to play going forward. And Ryan Jones went off early last week which didn’t help the Eagles’ cause. Pakenham will be disappointed with last week’s effort against Officer, which crushed the hopes of playing finals. The reality is the Lions aren’t ready for that right now, but are showing some good signs for the future. Liam Tyrrell, Jimmy Harrison and Cooper Sheppard need to stay together for the Lions, while Darcy Hope has coped with some key roles in defence. Hope stood Matty Clarke last week and it will be interesting to see if coach Ash Green has enough faith in the young fella to start him on Holt this afternoon. Welcome to the big time Darcy! Steve O’Bryan passed his Sports Science Degree during the week, and will be keen for a big game – but the Eagles will be too strong. They’ll win a closer than expected contest by 13 points.

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Footy Preview And finally, Berwick travels to Robinson Oval today to take on a struggling Doveton. The Wickers did what good sides do last week, taking the fun out of the contest and cruising home in second gear against Tooradin, while the Doves could kick just one goal in a 137-point defeat at the hands of Beaconsfield. Berwick’s engine room was on fire last week with Madi Andrews, Bryce Rutherford, Travis Tuck and Bailey Asher in supreme form, while Trent Thomas played a starring role up forward. That’s probably the only question mark on the Wickers this year, do they have the firepower to kick quick goals against the best opposition in September. They have the best defence in the business, so maybe Stewie Kemperman isn’t as concerned as what we are! It’s probably not a good time to bring that concern to the fore because the Wickers will kick a big score today, with forwards like Harry Money, James McLean, Brody Connelly and Tim Gunn likely to cash in on a plethora of opportunities. Mitch Cotter, Matt Stapleton and Russ Gabriel will need massive games for the Doves to keep this in check. But it will blow out, by 80-points plus.

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Scores, Ladders, Goal Kickers SENIORS

Narre Warren 4.6 7.7 10.8 12.11.83 Cranbourne 2.1 2.2 4.2 7.5.47 Narre Warren Goals: N. Scanlon 2, T. Miller 2, B. Urwin 2, J. Tonna 2, M. Cox, H. Stagg, S. Scanlon, T. Papworth. Best: R. Quirk, D. Quirk, T. Cody, T. Shinners, B. Scalzo, J. Richardson. Cranbourne Goals: M. Holt 3, N. Gardiner, T. Tharle , K. Dickson, Z. Roscoe. Best: G. Osborne, B. Osborne, T. Tharle , K. Dickson, M. Holt, J. Bertrand. Beaconsfield 7.4 13.7 16.14 22.17.149 Doveton 0.1 1.4 1.5 1.6.12 Beaconsfield Goals: B. Morrish 4, R. Verbi 3, D. Johnston 3, M. Homfray 2, T. Joyce 2, J. Patullo 2, A. Marchetti 2, D. Johnston, M. Smith, J. Dodsworth, N. Langley. Best: B. Morrish, R. Verbi, D. Johnston, B. Homfray, J. Bowd, D. Johnston. Doveton Goals: M. Stapleton. Best: M. Cotter, M. Stapleton, M. Boyd, T. Agar, T. Warkuss, S. Henwood. Pakenham 2.1 3.6 6.10 7.14.56 Officer SFC 2.0 5.5 6.6 11.8.74 Pakenham Goals: J. Harrison 2, C. Sheppard 2, J. Barclay, S. Morey, C. Cardona. Best: L. Tyrrell, D. Hope, J. Harrison, C. Sheppard, J. Barclay. Officer SFC Goals: M. Clarke 3, S. Hawkins 2, T. Clark, J. Ingaliso, W. Hanson, H. Wasslkyo, B. Curtiss, B. Allan. Best: J. Waldon, B. Allan, H. Wasslkyo, B. Curtiss, D. Ellett, S. Roach. Tooradin-Dalmore 1.2 1.3 4.3 7.6.48 Berwick 0.5 5.10 8.11 9.15.69 Tooradin-Dalmore Goals: A. Dean 3, J. O’Donnell 2, J. Kestle, M. Hobbs. Best: J. Smaluch, M. Bennetts, A. Dean, L. McKenna, A. Proctor, C. Brown. Berwick Goals: A. Morozoff 2, J. McLean 2, T. Thomas 2, H. Money, A. Smith, L. Jellyman-Turner. Best: M. Andrews, T. Tuck, B. Rutherford, T. Thomas, M. Young, B. Asher.

SENIORS Narre Warren Berwick Cranbourne Beaconsfield Officer SFC Tooradin-Dal Pakenham Doveton

P W L D 14 13 1 0 14 11 3 0 14 10 4 0 14 7 7 0 14 6 7 1 14 4 9 1 14 4 10 0 14 0 14 0

F A % PTS 1563 720 217.08 52 1172 625 187.52 44 1396 790 176.71 40 1093 824 132.65 28 879 1152 76.30 26 863 1314 65.68 18 806 1191 67.67 16 686 1842 37.24 0

RESERVES Berwick 14 13 1 0 Narre Warren 14 13 1 0 Cranbourne 14 9 5 0 Beaconsfield 14 7 7 0 Tooradin-Dal 14 5 9 0 Pakenham 14 4 10 0 Officer SFC 14 4 10 0 Doveton 14 1 13 0

1117 334 334.43 1314 405 324.44 1048 443 236.57 768 793 96.85 687 659 104.25 589 907 64.94 592 1093 54.16 173 1654 10.46

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UNDER 19’S Beaconsfield 12 11 1 0 Narre Warren 12 9 3 0 Berwick 13 9 4 0 Cranbourne 12 6 6 0 Pakenham 12 5 7 0 Officer SFC 11 2 9 0 Tooradin-Dal 12 0 12 0 Doveton 0 0 0 0

1018 380 267.89 1130 423 267.14 849 465 182.58 869 519 167.44 616 876 70.32 346 956 36.19 191 1400 13.64 0 0 0

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Narre Warren 3.6 5.9 8.10 11.13.79 Cranbourne 1.0 1.0 3.2 3.4.22 Narre Warren Goals: D. Jackson 3, M. Cowan 2, J. Boccari 2, M. Cronjaeger, C. Miller, P. Andrews, S. Brooks. Best: H. Johnson, C. Miller, N. Mashado, A. Ray, T. Mengler, J. Boccari. Cranbourne Goals: S. Begent 2, A. Russo. Best: B. Buntine, J. Stephens, A. Fischer, A. Koe, N. Russo, J. Baker. Beaconsfield 6.7 7.13 12.22 18.30.138 Doveton 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.3.3 Beaconsfield Goals: B. McConnell 6, K. Lynch 4, L. Marchetti 4, R. Nelson, L. Morrish, M. Pollock, H. Paul. Best: B. McConnell, L. Valentine, K. Lynch, L. Marchetti, J. Markulija, B. Frith. Doveton Best: M. Rodriquez, C. Rodriquez, R. Kaleta, C. Ahovelo, R. Dall. Pakenham 1.2 4.7 6.7 7.13.55 Officer SFC 0.2 0.2 3.3 3.3.21 Pakenham Goals: D. Guan 2, D. Nadzielski 2, S. Cole, B. Campbell, S. Wright. Best: S. Wright, M. Wheeler, B. Millier, B. Campbell, B. Kirkham. Officer SFC Goals: Not Provided. Best: Not Provided. Tooradin-Dalmore 0.4 1.5 4.5 4.7.31 Berwick 0.4 2.6 3.7 4.9.33 Tooradin-Dalmore Goals: B. Webb, R. Hillis, J. Csincsi, A. Jacobs. Best: B. Webb, R. Hillis, B. Kelly, A. May, N. Simpson, J. Csincsi. Berwick Goals: K. Tyrrell 2, D. Morris, D. Andrew. Best: K. Meredith, D. Morris, H. McLardy, T. Weinzierl, J. Graham, D. Andrew.

UNDER 19s Narre Warren 9.7.61 v Cranbourne Pakenham 5.3.33 v Officer SFC Beaconsfield – Bye. Berwick defeated Tooradin-Dalmore via a forfeit.

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TEAM R.13 T Cranbourne 3 38 Berwick 1 37 Narre Warren 2 37 Beaconsfield 1 29 Narre Warren 1 29 Tooradin-Dalmore 3 28 Beaconsfield 2 25 Cranbourne 1 24 Narre Warren 0 22 Cranbourne 0 21

RESERVES James McLean Mitchell Cowan Adrian Russo Adam Marchetti Jordy Andrews Daniel Jackson Kade Lynch Rhys Dempster Daniel Borninkhof Nick Russo

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UNDER 19 Max Sheppard Matthew Johnson Ashton Williamson Jack Flannery Jonte Andrew Mitchell Pollock Blake Rogers Paul Delaroche Brayden Carr Brayden Sharp

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Fixture Easter Round Good Friday 30th March Doveton 11.5.71 v Cranbourne 24.10.154 Round 1 Saturday 7th April Officer 23.18.156 v Doveton 9.10.64 Cranbourne 10.22.82 v Narre Warren 15.8.98 Pakenham 8.8.56v Tooradin-Dal 10.9.69 Berwick 14.15.99 v Beaconsfield 7.13.55 Round 2 Saturday 14th April Narre Warren 8.11.59 v Berwick 5.10.40 Beaconsfield 6.6.42 v Cranbourne 4.10.34 Doveton 5.6.36 v Pakenham 5.12.42 Officer 10.8.68 v Tooradin-Dal 2.13.25 Round 3 - Anzac Round Saturday, 21 April Beaconsfield 5.5.35 v Narre Warren 16.11.107 Wednesday, 25 April Tooradin-Dal 9.11.65 v Cranbourne 18.13.121 Officer 14.7.91 v Pakenham 10.7.67 Saturday, 28 April Berwick 22.13.145 v Doveton 8.8.56 Round 4 Saturday, 5 May Tooradin-Dal 9.11.65 v Beaconsfield 26.9.165 Pakenham 5.10.40 v Berwick 15.8.98 Narre Warren 29.18.192 v Officer 9.8.62 Round 5 - Pink Round Saturday, 12 May Beaconsfield 17.23.125 v Officer 4.6.30 Berwick 24.19.163 v Tooradin-Dal 2.5.17 Cranbourne 20.10.130 v Pakenham 11.8.74 Narre Warren 23.20.158 v Doveton 7.10.52 AFL Vic Community Championships Saturday, 19 May SEFNL 16.13.109 v Yarra Ranges 10.13.73 Round 6 Saturday, 26 May Beaconsfield 15.11.101 v Pakenham 8.7.55 Doveton 11.9.75 v Officer 15.8.98 Tooradin-Dal 6.11.47 v Narre Warren 16.17.113 Cranbourne 12.15.87 v Berwick 7.13.55

Round 7 Saturday, 2 June Officer 8.3.51 v Cranbourne 18.18.126 Doveton 6.6.42 v Beaconsfield 17.16.118 Narre Warren 13.10.88 v Berwick 10.18.78 Pakenham 16.12.108 v Tooradin-Dal 12.3.75 Queen’s Birthday Round Saturday, 9 June Cranbourne 35.21.231 v Doveton 3.2.20 Round 8 Saturday, 16 June Berwick 8.15.63 v Officer 2.6.18 Cranbourne 10.6.66 v Beaconsfield 6.14.50 Doveton 7.9.51 v Tooradin-Dal 16.11.107 Narre Warren 23.15.153 v Pakenham 8.8.56 Round 9 Saturday, 23 June Beaconsfield 2.7.19 v Berwick 5.12.42 Narre Warren 5.13.43 v Cranbourne 7.10.52 Pakenham 11.11.77 v Doveton 8.10.58 Tooradin-Dalmore 6.11.47 v Officer 6.11.47 Round 10 - Indigenous Round Saturday, 30 June Doveton 4.4.28 v Narre Warren 26.15.171 Berwick 8.7.55 v Cranbourne 2.5.17 Tooradin-Dal 10.9.69 v Pakenham 6.14.50 Officer 5.6.36 v Beaconsfield 13.12.90 Round 11 Saturday, 7 July Narre Warren 13.8.86 v Tooradin 7.10.52 Officer 0.6.6 v Berwick 10.11.71 Pakenham 6.10.46 v Beaconsfield 3.4.22 Round 12 - Split Round Saturday, 14 July Cranbourne 23.16.154 v Tooradin 10.6.66 Officer 19.11.125 v Doveton 8.10.58 Saturday, 21 July Beaconsfield 11.7.73 v Berwick 12.18.90 Pakenham 5.7.37 v Narre Warren 14.28.112

Round 13 Saturday, 28 July Berwick 14.19.103 v Pakenham 6.6.42 Cranbourne 13.16.94 v Officer 1.11.17 Narre Warren 14.15.99 v Beaconsfield 7.8.50 Tooradin-Dalmore 16.15.111 v Doveton 8.15.63 Round 14 Saturday, 4 August Beaconsfield 11.17.149 v Doveton 1.6.12 Narre Warren 12.11.83 v Cranbourne 7.5.47 Pakenham 7.14.56 v Officer 11.8.74 Tooradin-Dalmore 7.6.48 v Berwick 9.15.69 Round 15 Saturday, 11 August Beaconsfield v Tooradin-Dalmore Doveton v Berwick Officer v Narre Warren Pakenham v Cranbourne Round 16 -White Ribbon Round Saturday, 18 August Berwick v Narre Warren Cranbourne v Beaconsfield Doveton v Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore v Officer

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Footy Notes Beaconsfield This week we welcome Tooradin to Holm park in what could be our last match up for years to Come. Both Beacy and Tooradin have both had a good relationship and we wish Tooradin all the best for the future competition changes if granted and we wish them all the best to be a strong club Last week we faced Doveton at home with no under 19’s being played the day started off with the senior women’s vs Chirnside park. Although the Beacy women matched it till half time they were not up to it in the second half and were out ran. Our reserves last week had some brilliant performances and there were some great individual performances Brodie McConnell starred in front of goals Hoppy back from injury and Disco Marchetti starred after a stint away. However overall the team work exceptionally well running away with a big win The senior list saw a couple of boys return from injury also leaving Doveton in their wake very early on running away with 137 point win. This was clearly the best team performance in weeks and we can only hope that this will build some very serious momentum leading into the finals This week we have all 4 senior teams at home and hope we can get 4 from 4 for the day. Tonight we draw our annual major raffle with some brilliant prizes on offer get in before 5:00pm to have a ticket to be part of the great opportunity Good luck to our teams today. Go Beacy

Narre Warren It was great to see so many old friends back at Fox Road last Saturday for Past Players Day and for the 10 year reunion of our 2008 senior premiership. And didn’t our footballers put on a show for the big crowd – some topnotch footy and three strong wins over our arch rival Cranbourne. In the Ones the pace and pressure was red-hot from the bounce; the contest around the packs was tough and bruising. It seems our boys have rediscovered that elusive ingredient we call ‘Narre Footy’ in recent weeks, as we worked as one to keep Cranbourne to just two first-half goals, and opened up a six goal lead at the main break.

Narre was winning the clearances and running in numbers. Our awesome defence led by Ryan Quirk, Richo, Jesse Davies and Joel Zietsman didn’t give Cranny’s attack a look-in; while our forward half produced four multiple goalkickers – Scanners, Tommy Miller, Josh Tonna and Brent Urwin. Trent Shinners’ strong marking and the hard work at the coal-face by Dylan Quirk, Trent Cody and Hayden Stagg underpinned a ripper win. Our Twos also never let Cranbourne get their game going. Hayden Johnson, Cam Miller, Andy Ray and Nick Mashado in defence continuously choked their opponents’ attempts to go forward, keeping Cranbourne to just three goals for the game. Troy Mengler and Jake Boccari were also in our best and Daniel Jackson kicked three as we ran away to a 9-goal win. Narre’s Under 19s dominated early with a six-goal to onegoal first half. But Cranbourne came out with intent in the third term and wrested the momentum – running rampant with four consecutive goals against the wind - and it was game-on! Approaching the last change Cranny looked every chance to steal the lead from Narre and come home with their tails up. However a scuffle on the members’ wing resulted in an umpire awarding Narre’s Ash Williamson two fifty-metre penalties on the siren, taking him to the teeth of goal to give Narre some breathing space. Just as the momentum had switched against us, that one single act it seems helped restore some equilibrium. Narre then rallied and fought the game out for a 14 point victory. Ash Williamson was Narre’s best with 5 goals, well-supported by Mark Bartuccio, Bailey Howarth, Jake Stuart and Ryan Patterson. Our $6,000 major club raffle last Sunday was a great success. Thanks to all our members and supporters who got behind it. A big shout-out to Hayden James for his hard work putting it all together; and well done to Jamie Papworth and Aaron Wilson who shared the first prize. Coming events Today is VIP Day at Fox Road when we host our sponsors, volunteers, affiliate Junior Football Club committees and local politicians. We have also issued an open invitation and free entry to all junior members of Fountain Gate Junior FC, Narre Warren Junior FC and Narre North Foxes Junior FC. We welcome you all and hope you enjoy your day with us. Next Saturday 18 August. 7.30 pm. Narre Night – always a big social night for our footballers and netballers and their friends. Sure to be bigger than ever. Feature sponsor – Choices Flooring is Australia’s Largest Flooring & Carpet Retailer. Pick a room to test flooring options, Take a photo of it, Upload it to the Choices flooring site, Visit your nearest Inspiration Station. 1/1 Vesper Dr, Narre Warren VIC - (03) 9796 7733

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Footy Notes Officer A mixed bag of results last weekend saw the club take home 2 wins from 4 games. Our U/19’s and reserves were unlucky in defeat, whilst our Senior Men’s and Women’s came home victors after facing Pakenham & Cerberus/ Crib Point respectively. Last weekend’s Senior Men’s game was a thrilling one with numerous lead changes in a game played with great intensity. Heading into qtr time we found ourselves 2 players down but the lads managed to show there resilience and grind out a hard fought and deserving win. The win by our Senior Men’s team was an important one for us as a club and puts us one step closer to playing finals for the first time in over a decade, a goal which we set ourselves at the beginning of the season. In other news, on Thursday 2 August our application to join the new AFL Outer East Competition was formally sent and accepted, which is great news for the football club. Off field there are a number of upcoming events for members to keep free. Saturday 18 August – ROCest 100 Social Event Friday 21 September – Presentation Night Tickets for both events can be purchased from the club on Thursday nights Good luck to all our team this weekend as we take on Narre Warren. Go Roos!!! #RespectAllFearNone e) rocfc@icloud.com f ) https://www.facebook.com/OfficerSeniorFC/ w) http://officerseniorfc.com.au/ In) https://www.instagram.com/roc_osfc/

Pakenham Seniors - 04.08.2018 Pakenham vs Officer If we were to have a motto for season 2018 then it will be ‘so close but yet so far’. With no chance now of playing finals then its vitally important that the last couple of games we play for pride & respect which will be a great test when we take on Cranbourne. Upon reflection of the disappointing loss against Officer, the team is very young with minimal senior experience and that was evident with another u19 player in Brayden

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Carr, playing his first senior game for the year and he acquitted himself well. Best players were Liam Tyrrell, Darcy Hope, Jimmy Harrison, Cooper Sheppard & Jake Barclay. We look forward to today’s challenge against a quality outfit in Cranbourne and it should be a great game. Reserves - This week we played Officer at home, a win and we still had a slim chance of playing finals. A loss and our dream of finals would be over. For the first time this year we played four quarters of football and came away with the win. The boys listened to instructions and played a great game. We were lead all day from Wrighty, Wheeler and Blake but the best part was,we didn’t carry any players, it was a team effort. Well done boys Under 19’s - Good win by the boys in poor conditions. We had to really grind this win which was a credit to players we had take the field. Well done to ROC for taking it right up to us, it was an excellent fight. Well done to our boys - we got the four points.

Berwick It was a late start to the day against Tooradin with their Under 19s forced to forfeit. Not an ideal situation with boys heading into a bye before playing Narre the week after. What it did do though was provide an opportunity for 7-8 of them to play in the reserves as some players were rested and numbers low. In a blustery day, not ideal for football the reserves just go over the line with all the 19s playing up contributing to the victory. The senior game was also played in terrible conditions for football and though Tooradin scored the last 3 goals of the name Berwick were in control all day. Next weeks will see us take on Doveton away and then finals just around the corner. Time to step it up. REMINDER Function after the Doveton game. This is the Netball run function so make sure you get along to support. We also want to take the opportunity to thank a few of the quiet achievers around the place. They may or may not be on the committee but regardless they put in each week. Cliff and Greeny who mark the lines, Roycey who despite his stature is able to stack the bar fridge every week and Johnny who does everything from interchange to end of day pack up. Nicole who vacuums each home game and Vicki who does everything else none of us get around to. THANKS GUYS

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Colours: Green Navy, Gold&&Red White Coaches Senior: Lachlan Gillespie Leigh McQuillen Reserves: Craig MitchPerrott Welsh U19: Conroy U19:Daniel Luke Young

Colours: Green Navy, Gold&&Red White Coaches Senior: Lachlan Gillespie Leigh McQuillen Reserves: Craig MitchPerrott Welsh U19: Conroy U19:Daniel Luke Young

Seniors & Reserves

Seniors & Reserves White

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Jordan Csincsi Nathan Langley Jake O’Donnell Bowd Kristopher Sabbatucci Michael Misso Luke McKenna Dan Coinu Michael Hobbs Scott Meyer Adam Galea James Munro PatrickVerbi Chin Riley Rory Hillis Jackson Thomas Jake Genoni Ryan Bromley AdamWallace Splatt Mitch Andrew Proctor Kyle O’Sullivan Nick Lang Corey Walker Dean Warry Damien Johnston Dylan Wilson Matthew Homfray Jordan McMillan Kelly Robert Brad Lenders Lachlan Morrish Jason Kestle Bradley Homfray Andrew Dean Peter Alier Tom Bethune Daniel Johnston Matt Marchetti Livermore Luke Nick Schumann Trent Stokoe Cameron Brown Joshua Dodsworth Julian Nelson Suarez Rhys Kyle Robb Edward Wilson Ryan Kitchen Jason Budge David Casjni Devon Smith JordanCairns Hill James Daniel Stafford Brodie McConnell NickRoberts Pouki Jaie Jake Cronin Justin Markulija

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DOVETON BERWICK

Colours: Colours: Navy Black Blue & Green & White Coaches Coaches Senior: Senior: Stewart DanielKemperman Charles Reserves: Leigh David Noonan Jensen U19: Russell Trait

Colours: Colours: Navy BlackBlue & Green & White Coaches Coaches Senior: Senior:Stewart Daniel Kemperman Charles Reserves: Reserves:David LeighJensen Noonan U19: Russell Trait

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Seniors & Reserves White Black

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PMS 289 C

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Width 80mm

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Berwick FC Senior Jumper Production Art

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Jonte Andrew Lachlan Vaughan Luke Bakewell Lachlan Brown Jahvon Bergman Jake Lewis Jed Smith Alex Nowak Jack Stephens Jake O’Sullivan Lachlan Bell-Towers Kane Tyrrell Jacob Bernard Rhys Cannon Deng Andrew Joshua Stow Jesse Green

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NARRE WARREN FOOTBALL CLUB

NARRE OFFICER WARREN

NARRE OFFICER WARREN

Colours: Royal Black Blue & White & White Coaches Senior: Senior: Matthew Doug Koop Shinners Reserves: Reserves:Paul Brad Hamilton Lord U19: U19: Laurie ShaneHughes Dwyer

Colours: Royal Black Blue & White & White Coaches Senior: Senior: Matthew Doug Koop Shinners Reserves: Reserves:Paul Brad Hamilton Lord U19: U19: Laurie ShaneHughes Dwyer

PMS REFLEX BLUE C

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AFL VICTORIA LOGO

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FRONT BREAST LEFT 56mm x 45mm

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PMS Reflex Blue C

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Officer Senior FC Jumper Production Art

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Bryce Thomas Clayton Taylor Kyle Grigg Rohan Marra Jake Stuart Harry Dean Bailey Howarth Matthew Stacey Kyle Contencin Nathan Simons Mark Bartuccio Jordan Hancock Kyle TylerPotter Booth Tom Collard Harrison Don Jack Nick Flannery Buckland Mathew Butera Ryan Dalton Jamie Aaron Fudge Godfrey Mathew Jerram Callum Seskis Dylan Webber Jacob Brady Ryan Patterson Lachlan Cerchiaro Lachlan Benson Jamie Longmuir Harrison Kidd Brandon Bynes Jack McGuffie Tarjai Sanjorjo

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SEFNL COLOURS

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PANTONE 648 C

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PANTONE COOL GRAY 3 C

PANTONE 485 C

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BennyQuirk Dylan Curtiss Jordyn Flannery Stephen Heppel Brad Ingaliso Jake Scalzo Micthell Jesse Longmuir Dempster Chris Collins Mathew Jones Joshua Sean Roach Tonna Trent Cody James Waldon Nick Scanlon Michael Thompson Rhys Dempster Tyler Clarke Colin McNamara Stephen Hawkins Ryan QuirkTivendale Benjamin Liam Thompson Brad myatt JesseO’Loughlin Ben Davies Jake Richardson Lachlin Ward Patrick Luke Smaluch Andrews Stewart Blair Allan Scanlon Nathan Foote Matthew Rogers TrentHanson Will Shinners Matthew Jayce Valentine Soroczynski DeanLaskie Matt Scanlon Trent Papworth Benjamin Johnson Mitch Van Jarrod Marson Der Loop AaronPearce Blake Wilson MitchWhelan Jack Cox Michael Troy Miller Collins Mitchell Chase Smaluch Cowan Jack Toner Daniel Ellett Tom Miller Younis Dau Brayden Dean Leskie Sharpe CoreyAdams Luke Bader

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FRONT BOTTOM LEFT 85mm x 48mm

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White

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Troy Datson Daniel Jackson Brent Urwin Harris Wasslkyo Joel Zietsman Tony Merhab Andrew Westwood Hayden Ray Corey Mitchell Blake Machaya Hayden Josh Martin Stagg Ben King Waldon Matthew Bobby Ben Lord Harvey Jim Richards Jack Cousins Kyle Graham Lachlan Balzary Hayden Ash Smith Johnson Daniel Borninkhof Matthew Clarke Mitchell Allen Hayden Tonna ChrisDunstone Joel Martin Steven Nick McLennan Brooks Nicholas Daniel Bradford Mashado TysonChapman Craig Graham Cam MillerLaity Matthew Jake Boccari Brad Jensen Ryan Marriott Nicholas Lord Brandon Danny Pullen Hogan Peter Gentile Rayan Chazbek Troy Mengler Jesse Rogers Thomas Luke Johnson Toner Matt Cronjaeger Andrew Dike Justin Marriott

BACK BOTTOM 300mm x 100mm

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PANTONE Blue 072 C

Seniors & Reserves

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PANTONE 136 C

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PANTONE 289 C

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AFL LOGO

WORKSAFE LOGO

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20 Michael Peter Gentile 33 Hamilton 21 Mitchell Lachie Baker 38 Mibus 22 Jarrod Joel Paredies 40 Don 23 Mason ConnorWarne Wilkins 41 24 44 Riley JarrodSmith Chesson 25 50 Max DavidSheppard West 27 Toner 58 Jack Callum Hughes 28 Ashton Williamson 29 Tom Miller 30 Sam Little 31 Jackson Becker 33 Aaron Sutherland 34 Joel Zietsman 35 Harrison Coe 36 Fabian Stellato 37 Dylan Mutimer 39 Brayden Sharpe 43 Ben Kanka

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Bryce Thomas Clayton Taylor Kyle Grigg Rohan Marra Jake Stuart Harry Dean Bailey Howarth Matthew Stacey Kyle Contencin Nathan Simons Mark Bartuccio Jordan Hancock Kyle TylerPotter Booth Tom Collard Harrison Don Jack Nick Flannery Buckland Mathew Butera Ryan Dalton Jamie Aaron Fudge Godfrey Mathew Jerram Callum Seskis Dylan Webber Jacob Brady Ryan Patterson Lachlan Cerchiaro Lachlan Benson Jamie Longmuir Harrison Kidd Brandon Bynes Jack McGuffie Tarjai Sanjorjo

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20 Michael Peter Gentile 33 Hamilton 21 Mitchell Lachie Baker 38 Mibus 22 Jarrod Joel Paredies 40 Don 23 Mason ConnorWarne Wilkins 41 24 Riley Smith 44 Jarrod Chesson 25 50 Max DavidSheppard West 27 Toner 58 Jack Callum Hughes 28 Ashton Williamson 29 Tom Miller 30 Sam Little 31 Jackson Becker 33 Aaron Sutherland 34 Joel Zietsman 35 Harrison Coe 36 Fabian Stellato 37 Dylan Mutimer 39 Brayden Sharpe 43 Ben Kanka

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FRONT TOP CENTER 44mm x 34mm

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CRANBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB

CRANBOURNE PAKENHAM

CRANBOURNE PAKENHAM

Colours: Maroon, Royal Blue Blue&&Gold Gold Coaches Senior:Steve Ash Green Senior: O’Brien Reserves: Darren Reserves: DomSidebottom Carosella U19: Aaron Green U19: Damian Whitnell / Leigh Holt

Colours: Maroon, Royal Blue Blue&&Gold Gold Coaches Senior:Steve Ash Green Senior: O’Brien Reserves: Darren Reserves: DomSidebottom Carosella U19: Aaron Green U19: Damian Whitnell / Leigh Holt

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AFL LOGO

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BACK 300mm x 100mm

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AFL VICTORIA LOGO

PANTONE 5285 C

PANTONE Cool Gray 8 C

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PANTONE 485 C

Seniors & Reserves FRONT BREAST RIGHT 72mm x 115mm

FRONT BOTTOM LEFT 85mm x 48mm

FRONT TOP CENTER 44mm x 34mm

BACK BOTTOM LEFT 23mm x 19mm

Jye Clarke Nathan Daley Owen Hillis Callum Cavanagh Matt Smith Thomas Wright Ollie Williams

BACK TOP CENTER 61mm x 25mm

TO SIT 140mm BELOW SHOULDER SEAM

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2024Michael DeclanWilson Gulavin RhysQuigley Brooks 2225Jesse TylerWoodall Pierce 2326Tyson Lynden Banting 2427Hadyn Murphy Brodie Weir 2635Liam Betrand Jack Glen 2749Thomas Hodge Tyler Yields 2853Harrison Greaves 56 James MacKenzie 29 Jack Jonson 57 Jafar Ocaa 32 Campbell Bryan 35 36 37 39 48 49 50

PANTONE 136 C

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Under 19’s 1 1 Hazar RileyOnurlu Skinner Bailey Cantt 2 2 Michael Richardson Brayden Carr 3 3 Chris Ramac Callum McKenzie 4 4 Jake Carosella Bush Barker Fanchol 5 5 Jarrad Riley Bull 6 6 Jake Cowburn JamieEllison Carr 7 7 Corey Euan Poulton 8 8 Cooper Reiley Brayden Hunt 9 9 Brodie O’toole 10 Chotnyang James 10 Cameron Angus Eli Tyrrell 1111Kyle Nunn 13 Nathan DeKlerk 12 Harkeith Calais 14 Jackson Berry 13 Luca Bellinvia 15 Mitchell Persoons 15 Mitchell Tharle 17 Damien Poidevin 16 Nathan Thomas 18 Timothy Asche 17 Tyson Disher 22 Hugh Skinner 19 Mitchel Jello

PANTONE 485 C

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South East Juniors By David Nagel Cranbourne Gold kicked off the 2018 SEJ Finals Series in spectacular fashion with a classy come-from-behind victory over Hampton Park in the Under-11 White first semi-final at the Clyde Recreation Reserve last Sunday. After kicking against the breeze in the opening term, the Eagles trailed for most of the match before kicking five goals in a brilliant last quarter display. Eagles coach Tom Diaz was thrilled with his sides ability to hang tough when things weren’t going their way. “I’m super proud of the whole team, the boys and girls did everything I asked today and they’re just a great bunch of kids,” Diaz said from the changerooms after the match. He then reflected on what the team looked like at the start of the year. “When I look back to the start of the season, it looked like we would only have 13 or 14 players but now we have 21 and they’re all playing for each other…what more can a coach ask for,” he said, before explaining his tactics of kicking against the wind in the opening term. “We kicked against the wind in the first quarter because I knew the team had some run in the legs and we would finish strong in the last quarter. “They all love to run and kick goals and that’s what happened in the final quarter. We held them up in the third quarter and I saw of knew at that stage that we were going to be hard to beat. “I have to also give credit to the under 10s in our side who made a big difference today and throughout the season.” Showing great sportsmanship, Diaz saved his highest praise for Hampton Park number 22 Michael Galway. “For a little kid he reads the ball well, he gets the ball out of the pack and he runs,” Diaz said. “It doesn’t matter who they play for, when you see kids play footy like that it’s very exciting. Hampton Park should be very proud of their season and they were terrific opposition today.” It was a great team effort from Cranbourne, who had Andrew Russell and Troy Brown lead the way in their lastquarter revival. Unfortunately, the season ends for the Redbacks while the Eagles will now go on to play the loser of tomorrow’s second semi-final between Noble Park and Narre Warren.

SEJ RESULTS – SUNDAY 5 AUGUST – 1ST SEMI-FINALS Clyde Recreation Reserve Under 11 White Cranbourne Gold 5.6.36 v Hampton Park 2.5.17 Under 12 Girls Narre North Foxes 2.2.14 v Narre Warren Black Under 14 Girls Pakenham Maroon 6.5.41 v Cranbourne 5.7.37 Youth Girls B Pakenham Maroon 2.9.21 v Berwick White 4.12.36 Youth Girls A Cranbourne 3.3.21 v Fountain Gate Blue 2.2.14 Marriott Waters Oval 1 Under 12 White Cora Lynn 6.8.44 v Berwick North 0.0.0 Under 13 Blue Berwick North 3.18.36 v Cranbourne Blue 7.4.46 Under 14 Red B Narre Warren Black 6.8.44 v Narre North Foxes Black 10.13.73 Premier 3 Fountain Gate White 1.10.16 v Narre South Lions 7.11.53 Marriott Waters Oval 2 Under 11 Red Beaconsfield Gold 6.5.41 v Pakenham Maroon 1.4.10 Under 12 Blue Fountain Gate Blue 2.3.15 v Berwick Blue 6.5.41 Under 13 White Berwick Springs Green 9.11.65 v NNG/Cora Lynn 3.5.23 Under 14 Blue B Beaconsfield Gold 11.18.84 v Tooradin-Dalmore 2.4.16 Under 15 D2 Noble Park 9.7.61 v Lyndhurst 8.14.62 Narre North Foxes East Under 14 Red A Berwick Springs 20.13.133 v Officer Blue 2.3.15 Under 15 D1 Narre North Foxes Black 8.9.57 v Berwick Springs 6.9.45 Premier 2 Officer White 7.4.46 v Fountain Gate Blue 6.6.42 Premier 1 Pakenham Maroon 5.7.37 v Berwick White 8.10.58 Narre North Foxes West Under 11 Blue Lyndhurst Orange 2.13.25 v Cranbourne Blue 3.2.20 Under 12 Red Berwick White 4.11.35 v Pakenham Maroon 3.0.18 Under 13 Red Berwick Springs Blue 6.9.45 v Pakenham Blue 5.4.34 Under 14 Blue A Lyndhurst 8.6.54 v Parkmore 14.16.100

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Sturt shines on Debut Mt Eliza forward Sam Sturt made an impressive debut as the Dandenong Southern Stingrays all but sewed up top spot on the ladder with a 17-point win over the Northern Knights at Preston City Oval last Saturday. Sturt, who has had fantastic seasons for both the Peninsula School and the Redlegs under-19s, kicked a goal with his first kick in the TAC Cup, the highlight of a sluggish first quarter from the Rays who trailed at quarter time. The Rays were wildly inaccurate in front of goal in the first half, kicking 2.11, to trail the Knights by eight points at the major interval. The Rays had a purple patch in the third term, kicking six goals straight at one stage to take a 34-point stranglehold on the contest at the final break. The Knights fought back with the breeze at their backs in the final term but the Rays held on to continue a great run of form in 2018. Bailey Williams booted two goals, and while his highlight reel continues to build each week it was his below the knees work and defensive pressure that stood out last weekend. Fin Bayne had another best-on-ground performance playing more midfield time this week, as well as kicking two majors of his own. Captain courageous Campbell Hustwaite once again led the way, lifting his team mates in the second and third quarter, pumping the ball inside 50 with monotonous regularity. Stingrays Talent Manager Mark Wheeler knew the Knights at home were going to be a tougher task than their position on the TAC Cup ladder would suggest.

“We knew the Knights at home with their inclusions would be a tough game, but our leaders were looking forward to the challenge when we presented them with the scouting notes on Thursday night,” Wheeler said. “It took us a little longer to adjust to their style of play, which is probably the most disappointing thing that we took from the game. Teams are doing a lot of homework on us - being the benchmark of the competition right now.” Wheeler said the debut of Sturt was well deserved from a player from outside the system. “Brett Lovett is the coach at Peninsula and has been singing his praises since we watched him at the start of the season in round one,“ he said. “It’s a great story once again, with someone outside the program just digging in -head down, bum up, and applying his craft with the aim of getting better each week. There is a bye this week in the TAC Cup for the Vic Country Under-17 Futures game, as well as the APS/AGS Representative School game that will see TAC Cup players from the Stingrays participate. After the break the Stingrays travel to MARS Arena, Ballarat, to take on the Geelong Falcons on Saturday 18 August at 12.30pm. TAC CUP RESULTS Dandenong Stingrays 1.5 2.11 8.17 8.19.67 Northern Knights 3.0 5.1 5.1 8.2.50 Stingrays Goals: Fin Bayne 2, Bailey Williams 2, Sam Sturt, Jeremey Burton, Sam Fletcher, Corey Ellison. Best: Lachlan Young, Campbell Hustwaite, Dan Frampton, Fin Bayne, Bailey Williams, Bailey Schmidt.

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Netball Preview Magpie maestro reaches the 200 game club By David Nagel One of the most respected and influential figures in the recent history of the South East Football Netball League reaches a significant milestone today when Erin Clark plays her 200th club game for Narre Warren against ROC. A league best and fairest winner and multiple-time Team of the Year member, Clark has built an enviable reputation for her hard-working style of play in wing defence. She was a driving force in the Magpies’ first A Grade premiership win in 2015 and subsequent success stories in ‘16, ’17. Congratulation Erin on a great career full of many highlights. The clash between Narre and ROC has even more significance today, especially for the Kangaroos who need to defeat either the Magpies or Tooradin next week to keep their place in this year’s finals series. The Kangaroos currently sit fourth on the ladder, but Cranbourne and Doveton have winning opportunities over the next two weeks which could see them take the place of the Kangas. ROC had a strong win over Pakenham last week with Sarah Villiers (GS) and Sarah Castricum (GA) making the most of their opportunities in attack. Sam (C) continued her great work through the midcourt while Alisha Young and Jamilah Ferns were terrific performers in defence. The Magpies can’t really move from third place on the ladder but will have the added incentive today of putting their best foot forward for their leader. Clark will lead from the front as usual, while goaler Chloe Phillips will look to shoot cleanly in a big day for premiership winning teammate. Congratulations Erin, it’s a win in your 200th game…by 10 goals at the final whistle. Beaconsfield’s Holm Park Reserve will be the scene of an epic showdown today when the second-placed Eagles host ladder-leaders Tooradin-Dalmore. Only three goals separated these teams in their only confrontation in round four and both will be keen to get an advantage over the other heading into finals. These are clearly the two best teams in the competition right now so the contest should be a beauty. Dani Cameron (GD) and Abbie Sheers (GD) have the monumental task of trying to stop the Seagulls from scoring, or slowing them down at least, while Kaela Hughes, Zoe Mason, Ash Gill and Rylee Nelson are more than capable of matching it with the Seagulls through the midcourt.

Narre Warren star Erin Clark plays her 200th game for the club against ROC this afternoon.

And goalers Bianca Sanzaro (GS) and Tanya Mijovic (GA) just need to make the most of their opportunities against a powerful Seagulls’ defence. Bec Kinna, Ebony Mason and Rachel Cole just hate conceding goals and get great support from the likes of Sara Duncan, Tara Smith and Emma Iacovou through the middle. This will be a great game, a likely grand final preview, and the Seagulls will prevail by two. Doveton sits outside the top-five at the moment but can win its last two and sneak in starting with a home-game against Berwick today. The Doves host Pakenham in round 16 so have no excuses if they don’t play finals this year. Hayley Stewart, Tania Misa-Howe and Chelsea Imanisani tried hard against Beaconsfield last week and will be key players against the Wickers today. Liz Edwards has been a powerful figure in defence, while Dani Devlin is another to have good patches for the Doves this year.

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Netball Preview Berwick had a tough day at the office against Tooradin last week but will still retain some confidence form the week before against Pakenham.

Stahl and Tahlia Coates will be looking to shoot the lights out while Nat Sparks and Steph Ryan will drive their side through the midcourt.

Olivia Macente, Morgan Thomas and Taylah Butterworth would have enjoyed that victory against the Lions and will be keen to reproduce today.

Pakenham will be no pushovers, particularly with players like Emma Jones, Bec Langford, Cath McCowan and Kyra Esler running around, but the Eagles should get the money.

But Doves need to win, and they will, by 15 goals. And Cranbourne can’t afford any slip ups when the Eagles make the trip to Pakenham today to take on the Lions.

They’ll keep their finals chances in touch with a nervy-attimes eight-goal victory.

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Netball Results & Ladders A Grade Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

B Grade

56 v Doveton 64 v Cranbourne 34 v ROC 78 v Berwick

36 33 45 30

TEAM P W L D F A % P Tooradin-Dal 14 14 0 0 774 462 167.53 56 Beaconsfield 14 12 2 0 675 475 142.11 48 Narre Warren 14 8 5 1 630 560 112.50 34 ROC 14 6 7 1 581 578 100.52 26 Cranbourne 14 5 7 2 564 602 93.69 24 Doveton 14 6 8 0 556 613 90.70 24 Pakenham 14 2 12 0 507 672 75.45 8 Berwick 14 1 13 0 455 780 58.33 4

Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore TEAM Narre Warren Tooradin-Dal Beaconsfield Doveton ROC Pakenham Cranbourne Berwick

TEAM Narre Warren Tooradin-Dal Beaconsfield ROC Doveton Cranbourne Berwick Pakenham

D Grade

40 v Doveton 27 v Cranbourne 20 v ROC 38 v Berwick

20 21 34 28

P W L D F A % P 14 12 1 1 517 334 154.79 50 14 11 3 0 454 393 115.52 44 14 11 3 0 489 297 164.65 44 14 9 4 1 454 373 121.72 38 14 4 8 2 384 463 82.94 20 14 3 11 0 424 466 90.99 12 14 3 11 0 332 533 62.29 12 14 1 13 0 315 510 61.76 4

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Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

40 v Doveton 32 v Cranbourne 38 v ROC 11 v Berwick

23 16 30 41

TEAM P W L D F A % P Narre Warren 14 11 3 0 432 324 133.33 44 Doveton 14 8 4 2 435 388 112.11 36 Pakenham 14 8 5 1 459 392 117.09 34 Beaconsfield 14 7 5 2 390 336 116.07 32 Cranbourne 14 8 6 0 390 365 106.85 32 ROC 14 6 7 1 427 413 103.39 26 Berwick 14 5 9 0 362 378 95.77 20 Tooradin-Dal 14 0 14 0 227 526 43.16 0

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15 Under White

9 v Doveton 15 v Cranbourne 20 v ROC 17 v Berwick

21 18 37 35

TEAM P W L D F A % P ROC 14 13 1 0 524 279 187.81 52 Cranbourne 14 11 3 0 454 293 154.95 44 Berwick 14 10 3 1 442 279 158.42 42 Doveton 14 9 5 0 345 326 105.83 36 Narre Warren 14 5 8 1 287 339 84.66 22 Beaconsfield 14 4 10 0 282 342 82.46 16 Pakenham 14 3 11 0 262 462 56.71 12 Tooradin-Dal 14 0 14 0 225 501 44.91 0

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17 Under White

22 v Doveton 19 v Cranbourne 17 v ROC 11 v Berwick

TEAM P W L D F A % P Cranbourne 14 14 0 0 545 312 174.68 56 Berwick 14 10 4 0 466 355 131.27 40 Doveton 13 8 4 1 411 355 115.77 34 Beaconsfield 13 7 6 0 368 351 104.84 28 ROC 14 6 7 1 449 444 101.13 26 Narre Warren 14 6 8 0 431 371 116.17 24 Pakenham 14 3 11 0 341 380 89.74 12 Tooradin-Dal 14 0 14 0 222 665 33.38 0

Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

22 v Doveton 32 v Cranbourne 35 v ROC 38 v Berwick

TEAM P W L D F A % P Doveton 14 13 1 0 531 320 165.94 52 Tooradin-Dal 14 11 3 0 492 254 193.70 44 Beaconsfield 14 11 3 0 507 337 150.45 44 Narre Warren 14 8 6 0 469 379 123.75 32 Cranbourne 14 7 7 0 363 393 92.37 28 Pakenham 14 4 10 0 361 564 64.01 16 ROC 14 1 12 1 325 488 66.60 6 Berwick 14 0 13 1 266 579 45.94 2

17 Under Red Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

48 27 35 24

P W L D F A % P 14 12 2 0 754 562 134.16 48 14 12 2 0 624 507 123.08 48 14 10 4 0 626 506 123.72 40 14 9 5 0 723 645 112.09 36 14 5 8 1 606 623 97.27 22 14 4 10 0 528 620 85.16 16 14 2 11 1 533 694 76.80 10 14 1 13 0 419 656 63.87 4

C Grade Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

36 v Doveton 68 v Cranbourne 37 v ROC 64 v Berwick

Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

21 v Doveton 22 v Cranbourne 4 v ROC 3 v Berwick

14 20 32 49

TEAM P W L D F A % P Cranbourne 14 11 3 0 451 234 192.74 44 Berwick 14 10 3 1 405 221 183.26 42 ROC 14 10 4 0 351 184 190.76 40 Narre Warren 14 9 3 2 405 258 156.98 40 Beaconsfield 14 7 6 1 347 265 130.94 30 Pakenham 14 4 10 0 276 365 75.62 16 Doveton 14 3 11 0 262 363 72.18 12 Tooradin-Dal 14 0 14 0 70 677 10.34 0

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Netball Results & Ladders 13 Under Red Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

13 Under White

70 v Doveton 34 v Cranbourne 31 v ROC 12 v Berwick

5 20 23 40

TEAM P W L D F A % P Berwick 14 13 0 1 496 220 225.45 54 Pakenham 14 11 2 1 478 239 200.00 46 Narre Warren 14 8 6 0 375 250 150.00 32 Beaconsfield 13 7 6 0 340 223 152.47 28 ROC 14 7 7 0 427 300 142.33 28 Cranbourne 14 6 8 0 369 345 106.96 24 Tooradin-Dal 14 2 12 0 246 442 55.66 8 Doveton 13 0 13 0 78 790 9.87 0

Beaconsfield Narre Warren Pakenham Tooradin-Dalmore

48 v Doveton 28 v Cranbourne 29 v ROC 5 v Berwick

3 13 19 32

TEAM P W L D F A % P Beaconsfield 14 12 1 1 405 174 232.76 50 Berwick 14 11 3 0 324 205 158.05 44 ROC 14 9 4 1 368 195 188.72 38 Pakenham 14 9 5 0 352 175 201.14 36 Narre Warren 14 8 6 0 320 210 152.38 32 Cranbourne 14 4 10 0 220 235 93.62 16 Tooradin-Dal 14 2 12 0 116 381 30.45 8 Doveton 14 0 14 0 38 568 6.69 0

Netball Fixture Easter Round Good Friday 30th March Doveton 36 v Cranbourne 27 Round 1 Saturday 7th April ROC 53 v Doveton 38 Cranbourne 38 v Narre Warren 42 Pakenham 44 v Tooradin-Dalmore 53 Berwick 29 v Beaconsfield 58 Round 2 Saturday 14th April Narre Warren 50 v Berwick 30 Beaconsfield 39 v Cranbourne 31 Doveton 49 v Pakenham 31 ROC 32 v Tooradin-Dalmore 60 Round 3 - Anzac Round Saturday, 21 April Beaconsfield 42 v Narre Warren 34 Wednesday, 25 April Tooradin-Dalmore 54 v Cranbourne 33 ROC 51 v Pakenham 47 Saturday, 28 April Berwick 48 v Doveton 49 Round 4 Saturday, 5 May Tooradin-Dalmore 42 v Beaconsfield 39 Pakenham 53 v Berwick 37 Narre Warren 47 v ROC 41 Round 5 - Pink Round Saturday, 12 May Beaconsfield 33 v ROC 37 Berwick 25 v Tooradin-Dalmore 67 Cranbourne 52 v Pakenham 36 Narre Warren 47 v Doveton 45 AFL Vic Community Championships Saturday, 19 May SEFNL 43 v Yarra Ranges 48 Round 6 Saturday, 26 May Beaconsfield 64 v Pakenham 27 Doveton 48 v ROC 33 Tooradin-Dalmore 57 v Narre Warren 40 Cranbourne 60 v Berwick 32

Round 7 Saturday, 2 June ROC 38 v Cranbourne 47 Doveton 42 v Beaconsfield 48 Berwick 36 v Narre Warren 61 Pakenham 37 v Tooradin-Dalmore 48

Round 13 Saturday, 28 July Berwick 44 v Pakenham 32 Cranbourne 42 v ROC 42 Narre Warren 38 v Beaconsfield 44 Tooradin-Dalmore 53 v Doveton 44

Queen’s Birthday Round Saturday, 9 June Cranbourne 41 v Doveton 32 (R11)

Round 14 Saturday, 4 August Beaconsfield 56 v Doveton 36 Narre Warren 64 v Cranbourne 33 Pakenham 34 v ROC 45 Tooradin-Dalmore 78 v Berwick 30

Round 8 Saturday, 16 June Berwick 29 v ROC 54 Cranbourne 34 v Beaconsfield 44 Doveton 27 v Tooradin-Dalmore 71 Narre Warren 52 v Pakenham 35 Round 9 Saturday, 23 June Beaconsfield 50 v Berwick 32 Narre Warren 41 v Cranbourne 41 Pakenham 26 v Doveton 37 Tooradin-Dalmore 43 v ROC 24 Round 10 - Indigenous Round Saturday, 30 June Doveton 32 v Narre Warren 41 Berwick 31 v Cranbourne 56 Tooradin-Dalmore 46 v Pakenham 33 ROC 46 v Beaconsfield 47 Round 11 Saturday, 7 July Narre Warren 26 v Tooradin-Dalmore 31 ROC 47 v Berwick 22 Pakenham 17 v Beaconsfield 47 Round 12 - Split Round Saturday, 14 July Cranbourne 29 v Tooradin-Dalmore 71 ROC 38 v Doveton 41 Saturday, 21 July Beaconsfield 64 v Berwick 30 Pakenham 55 v Narre Warren 47

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FINALS 25th August Qualifying Final 26th August Elimination Final 1st & 2nd September Semi Finals 8th September Preliminary Finals 15th September Grand Finals

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Netball Notes Narre Warren A day of celebrations! Congratulations to Caitlyn Pritchard, Hayley Rae and Jaymie Hammond on reaching their 100game milestone for NWFNC! This takes a lot of hard work and commitment - well done girls! Once again, impressive results across the board with eight wins from ten. A huge thanks to the players, parents and committee who worked tirelessly to host another home game. #buyin2018 U13 White: NW 28 def Cranbourne 13 U13 Red: NW 34 def Cranbourne 20 Good win girls! However, it was a slow start with messy play. But each quarter you improved, changed your game and got it together by hard work and focus. Tahlia was consistent and always backing up. Glimpses of brilliant team play especially in the goal third. Well done! U15 White: NW 22 def Cranbourne 20 This week the girls came up against Cranbourne who are sitting at the top of the table and in a really tough game the girls managed to pull off a great win. Well done girls! U15 Red: Cranbourne 18 def NW 15 Another good effort against a very strong Cranbourne team today. Little things were the big difference today, but we are improving every week. Awards to Paris, Holly S, Holly R and Jas U17 White: NW 32 def Cranbourne 16 A convincing win against a determined Cranbourne team! Well done to all players, particularly Ruby in goals, Rylee in defence and Jayde in the mid court! Keep the effort going girls, finals are approaching fast!! U17 Red: Cranbourne 26 def NW 19 Going in to this match we knew we were in for a challenge. To be tied at half time and to be defeated by 7 at the final siren was a little disappointing, though Cranbourne, a very polished team, were a little hungrier for the win on the day. A great show of talent from both teams. Awards went to Cailie Goodes, Alyssa Hunter and Amy Bidwell. D Grade: NW 32 def Cranbourne 14 Today we celebrated Caitlyn’s 100th game for NWFNC, a great achievement Caits, congrats, with a strong team effort. We’ve been working hard at trainings and putting this into our games. Keep working hard girls. Awards went to Kiara, Caitlyn & Shannae. C Grade: NW 27 def Cranbourne 21 Congratulations to Hayley Rae who played her 100 games for Narre Warren today. Hayley is a true asset to the club and it was great to see her recognised for this. We played a little inconsistently today but managed a win the team showing again how much depth we have. Awards to Alex Stephenson, Taylah Hammond, Hayley Rae and Hayley Carmichael. B Grade: NW 68 def Cranbourne 27 A great team game was played today by this group of ladies. Thank you to Alex Stephenson and Hayley Rae for

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stepping up from C grade. Outstanding shooting from Tamika Cairns, and Olivia Corrigan and Alex Stephenson combined brilliantly creating turnover after turnover in the defence end. Awesome team game to every one of you. Congratulations to Jaymie Hammond on playing her 100th game for NWFNC. Awards went to Alex Stephenson, Madison Nation, Maddison Maund and Jaymie Hammond. A Grade: NW 64 def Cranbourne 33 The girls got off to a great start and went into the first break with a 13 goal lead. They worked relentlessly throughout the match and were rewarded with a convincing win. Once again, a great team game today. Awards: Caity, Britt, Chloe and Carly. Thanks to game day sponsors: Shanikas, Ghost Gum Cabinets, Fountain Panels, #Narre Love, Shinners Plumbing, Mollys Bricklaying, JQ Plastering, Subway, De Hann, Simpson, Urwin and Lang families

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Round 14 saw us play Narre Warren at Kalora Park. UNDER 13 RED – Final Score – Cranbourne 20 defeated by Narre Warren 34 Awards – Leisina & Emily UNDER 13 WHITE – Final Score – Cranbourne 13 defeated by Narre Warren 28 UNDER 15 RED – Final Score – Cranbourne 18 defeated Narre Warren 15 UNDER 15 WHITE – Final Score – Cranbourne 20 defeated by Narre Warren 22 UNDER 17 RED – Final Score – Cranbourne 26 defeated Narre Warren 19 UNDER 17 WHITE – Final Score – Cranbourne 16 defeated by Narre Warren 32 D GRADE – Final Score – Cranbourne 14 defeated by Narre Warren 32 C GRADE – Final Score – Cranbourne 21 defeated by Narre Warren 27 Awards – Katelyn & Ellen B GRADE – Final Score – Cranbourne 27 defeated by Narre Warren 68 Awards – Jodie & Sammy A GRADE – Final Score – Cranbourne 33 defeated by Narre Warren 64 Good luck to all teams today as we take on Pakenham. Go Eagles!

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Netball Notes Berwick

13W had an awesome win with brilliant turnovers in defence which us allowed us to further our lead each quarter. With lots of changes throughout the game it was great to see the versatility and still dominant. also proud of all the girls efforts. 13R Girls came out strong today but slowly throughout the second half our team attitude and also teamwork decreased, there was a lack of communication within the team on court which lead us to sloppy play and silly mistakes, we still came out with the win against Tooradin but we know coming into finals there will be a few things we need to keep working on to ensure that our next few games are consistent ! 15W had a sensational win. Goals were set at training & revised throughout the game. Great attack and defensive skill all the way down the court. It was impressive that they fought the game until the final whistle. 49 - 3 and BOC to Dehansa and special mention to Ava who used her voice positively through the game. 15R had an impressive game this week. From the first whistle there was high intensity displayed by the entire team It continued throughout the game and the girls were able to adjust & modify their game to ta=ckle what Tooradin through at them. Strong defensive presence and the turn overs, were amazing watching the attacking end make every opportunity count. We are looking forward to the coming weeks to make positive team gains. 17W started relaxed and calm, very quickly they lifted their intensity and transitioned the ball from defensive to goals quickly and smoothly. A fantastic win by the girls and shows just how far we have come as a team. 2 ore games to go and can’t wait to celebrate all we have achieved in season 2018. 17R - 45-11 score This week we had our first full team for 6 rounds. The team “express” absolutely dominated from the first pass. Their one on one contest was outstanding setting up opportunities to try various combinations and game strategies as we approach finals. Congrats to Lata Argon for BOC. D Grade with many rounds since playing Tooradin and a small reflection of improvements in our team. We tripled our previous score against a much experienced team. A challenging game with our defenders out, Brooke Holden stood and went from our shooting end to the defensive. C Grade with 3 games remaining, the girls found it hard to stay motivated knowing they have missed the finals. To their credit they still went out and gave it a red hot crack, with some great passages of play through transition from our defensive end to our goalers, something we have worked on hard for the past few weeks. We won the last quarter but unfortunately too many forced errors causing turnovers throughout the first half, couldn’t make enough of a comeback. B Grade Disappointing result for B grade team if all attended we would have had a contest but with l5 players absent we had to call to arms three C grade players and 17/u. With two of the B Grade girls on court ill the team

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didn’t have a great day but some relentless efforts from Katie Macdonnell, Julia Batchelor and Shenaya Wjesundara gave us opportunities to score. BOC to Katie McDonnell. A Grade, Tough day out after coming off a winning high against PAKENHAM. Tooradin showed the reason they are on top of the ladder. Their skill execution and conversion was outstanding. BOC was Kassidy Withers and special mention to Jaimee Cotter for a solid WA performance. The Berwick Netball Club are super proud of its junior ranks and are looking forward to seeing 5 out of the 6 teams in finals after 2 more rounds. Lets come home strong #wickers.

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The sun was shining again for us on Saturday in what was another great day of netball as we welcomed Berwick to our courts. Our four senior sides had dominant wins, with some great team efforts which is a positive sign heading into the finals soon. The A-Grade girls combined brilliantly for a stunning four quarters of netball, with great passages of play and defensive pressure down the court. B-Grade had one of their better games for the season and improved on the things they wanted to, and finished with a 40-goal win. C-Grade and D-Grade also both had great games, with Mikayla Howes back to her best in C-Grade with a beautiful game in defence, and Ellie Brooke in D-Grade putting in a strong performance. Well done to the junior girls that stepped up and took to the court in both teams over the weekend. Unfortunately, our junior teams were unable to get any wins on the weekend against some really strong Berwick sides. They continue to do us proud though as they keep up their efforts and intensity each week when faced with tough competition. This week we head to Beaconsfield in what is sure to be a testing day out across the board, with Beacy always a tough club to come up against. We have a couple of special milestone games this weekend for two our young Gulls, including a big one for Bridget Holloway who will player her 100th junior game. Bridget is in her 5th year with the club. She has captained teams, won both runner-up and best and fairest awards and has stepped up over to play above her age group in juniors the past few years and this year, has joined the C-Grade team on numerous occasions. She is an umpire with the club, has helped with the Net Set Go programs, and has also been selected and represented SEFNL. Well done on this achievement Bridget! A big congratulations also goes to Chloe Isgro who plays her 50th junior game this weekend. A great little defender who gives it her all each week. With all senior teams having secured their spots for finals now, the girls are all looking for some good results over the next couple of weeks against some other finals contenders. The A-Grade match will be a top of the table clash, with our girls sitting first and Beaconsfield just behind them in second.

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Netball Notes Both C and D-Grades are sitting on equal points with Beaconsfield, so there’s sure to be some great, tough games of netball on display. Finally, after the last round of the home and away season next week we’ll have a function back at the Tooradin Sports Club with live music from Geronimo. Come along for dinner and drinks with your team mates and celebrate a great season and our last in the SEFNL league. GO SEAGULLS!!!

Beaconsfield

A GRADE - As we hit the final few games of the season, it’s been important for the girls to start playing finals netball, and they showed signs of that today. With a big first quarter, Dani C and Ash dominated both ends, giving opportunity to convert the ball. Tanya found her groove with her goals, while Bianca played smart with her positioning. Kaela gave 100% hunting down balls in WD,with Abbie rebounding strongly,and Zoe and Rylee outstanding for us in C.We look forward to testing ourselves again against Tooradin next week,who’s great brand of netball makes for a fantastic match. Awards-Dani C,Ash & Kaela B GRADE - A tough week for Beacy against an improved Doveton side.The Doves took advantage of Beacy’s slow start pushing out to a 9goal lead in the first 15minutes. Changes in defense stemmed the quick Doveton play.The third quarter was by far our best with great connections through the court,pulling in 5 goals more than the Doves. The last quarter start was slow yet again,and the deficit was too much to pull in with a loss of 12-our heaviest loss so far. Back to the drawing board this week. Awards-Mackenzie,Gabby and Jess C GRADE - A solid win by the girls,good to see them bounce back after last week.After losing both defenders Bec and Vicky,this has provided an opportunity for Maddy to make her comeback after an ankle injury. Awards-Brodie,Amanda and Danni D GRADE - Our girls really showed that they had come to play and applied great pressure from the first whistle. Our defence and midcourt were strong and showed that we can match it with Doveton. Our goalers had a lot to deal with in the windy conditions, but moved well and played good clean netball. Really proud of everyone’s efforts today. Awards:Tayla,Shelley and Claire U17 RED - After a tightly contested first quarter,Doveton took a double figure lead going into the last.Beacy played at their best in the last,letting the ball go and working hard to convert on the turnovers created by their defensive line. Unfortunately Beacy ran out of time and Doveton took the win. Awards:Charlotte,Teneille & Paige

U17 WHITE - 17 Whites had a great win over Doveton,they’ve got their game together at the right time in the season. Each player in the attack end played part in setting up structures and set plays that we have worked on.Kasey had a solid game in GS,banging them in from everywhere. Alongside her,Sophie also had an outstanding game in goals providing strength and drives in the ring.Alica had an impact in the midcourt providing drive into attack.Thanks to Maddi,Jemima and Abbey for helping us this week! U15 RED - The 15s played a little like the wind!There was times where the ball was stirred up and forced in,which was not what the forecast of the game expected!However,there were also great passages of play,which looked calm and controlled.The height of Doveton was difficult to counteract,however Alix in the goaling third and Maddi in defence were instrumental in utilising their height and skills.Jemima,Millie,Ariah and Tiahn made an impact in many positions,Abbey and Tahlia controlled the ball in Beacy’s attacking thirds.It’s a credit to the girls for being able to play a variety of positions,and decipher skills and areas of the game we can continue to work on Awards:Tahlia,Abbey & Alix U13 RED - Girls started well,putting together some great passages of play!Their defensive pressure was good forcing plenty of turnovers.All girls were playing positive netball and encouraging each other.Changes made at 1/2 time saw girls out of their positions which they all adapted beautifully.Unfortunately we weren’t challenged,but we still implemented strategies and positive on court behaviour Awards:Eliza,Jemma & Tiarna U13 WHITE - This week we played Doveton at home. The girls had a good team win and remained composed for all four quarters. A strong lead gave us the opportunity to try some different combinations, which the girls embraced and everyone played their roles beautifully Awards:Sienna,Millie & Miller

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Netball Notes Pakenham

We played four strong quarter and encouraged each other the whole game, putting into play everything we had practised at training – goalers took every opportunity to convert and did that 95%. The midcourt ran smoothly, and our defence end made it near impossible for the other team to score. So very proud of these girls this week! U17 Red - Well Well Well… Big game and chance for us to lock up third spot and secure double chance. With the return our captain, our warm up was good with very motivated player speeches. We came out 5-4 up first quarter – our second quarter we played the best quarter we have played all year – voice, encouragement and enthusiasm were super with our goalers dominating. Third quarter was even, with an 11 goal lead we lapsed mentally again – bad choices with ball in hand and switching off let Beaconsfield back in the game. A 3 goal win in the end – looking forward to next week! U17 White - Well this team had a huge slip this week – poor warm up and that showed during the game. Every girl seemed uninterested and did not play up to their standards. A hard training session and hopefully against Berwick our team from a few weeks ago will be back on court! D Grade - Well Well Well… Top of the table clash – a great finals like atmosphere, both teams not taking a backward stop, hard physical netball – just the way we like it!!!! With great voice from Emma Barry and Wolf and Bec Hendy dominating their circle we led from start to finish with Ash running C all day and Bianca having a great battle. Today we showed just how good we can be when all play as a team. Fantastic team win today – well done ladies! C Grade - Really slow start, too many turnovers. Few key players away, which was evident, however the girls never gave up and kept going and didn’t drop their heads.

Doveton

ROC

Today our club is hosting a Premiership luncheon which has proudly been sponsored by Terri Fellows at Barry Plant Real Estate Pakenham. This sees players and coaches from our A Grade Premiership teams from 1960 to 2013 attend and enjoy a lunch together and remember all the great moments they shared together at our mighty club. We have guests attending from interstate, regional and local. Thank you to all that have travelled to attend today’s function. This event has certainly created a buzz around the club and we can’t wait to hear their stories and history of the club with us all. Welcome to all our special guests, we are so very honoured to have you at the club today. What those of us dream of accomplishing, you have achieved by winning an A Grade Premiership. Sadly, the club has suffered three season ending ankle injuries over the past week. Our best wishes to Lauren & Katrina from A Grade and Bailee from U13 Red we can’t wait to see you all back for 2019. The club is now advertising for coaches for 2019 please see below advert. Our club prides itself on offering an engaging, skilled based training program for our players which sees specialist netball training, fitness and strength, and ensuring our players enjoyment in their chosen sport of netball. We are a supportive club that values and respects our players and coaches. This week we acknowledge and thank our long term Netball Sports Trainer, Kenny. Kenny is amazing volunteer he is here from our U13s to A Grade training and game days. Always willing to assist with taping, massage or assistance with injuries and rehab. Kenny has been a great asset to our club and sadly he has advised he will be retiring at the end of this season. We are all very sad to see him go, but Kenny wishes to spend more time with his grandson who is playing football which we totally understand and respect. Thank you Kenny from everyone at Pakenham Lions Netball Club for the years of service to our mighty club, it has always been very appreciated and valued by all. Beaconsfield/Doveton Some great wins but unfortunately a few losses. Moving forward we are excited to host the last two games of the SEFNL season at home! We have a must win round against Berwick for a few of our teams this weekend and then following weekend we host Pakenham for our white ribbon round and extend an invitation to all Pakenham players/supporters to join us – we have a guest speaker and an afternoon tea! The club is excited with the progress of our new court and very happy to be recipients of a grant for the re-surfacing of our existing court (much hard work done here by one of our club/committee members)! U15 Red - This week the girls came to play – their attitude in warm up and during/after the game is what a coach dreams off.

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V A GRADE Coach: Kelly Whitecross Bianca Sanzaro Kaela Hughes Abbie Sheers Tanya Mijovic Rylee Nelson Danielle Fedel Ashleigh Gill Zoe Mason Danielle Cameron

B GRADE Coach: John Ioane Jordan Lang Jess Coburn Elise Flannery Mackenzie Little Mia Palmer Gabbi Stinear Ebony Lang Caity Budge

A GRADE Coach: Kelly Andrews Alex Duff (C) Emma Iacovou Rebecca Kinna Alex Maher Tara Smith Jessica Maher Jessica Cox Sara Duncan Ebony Dolan

B GRADE Coach: Kelly Andrews Rachel Cole (C) Bronte Evans Shona Wells Dayle Willis Julia Hobbs Stacey Deayton Emma Haynes Holly Gillespie Ebony Mason

C GRADE Coach: Mel Davies Emily Wrench Amanda McKenna Maddie Wrench Danielle Gale Hannah Blair Ciara Nelson Zara Treweek Victoria Hitchcock Paris Houeix Rebecca Allen

D GRADE Coach: Tracey Treweek Shelley Ziesler Maddie Kellett Jess Airdrie Claire Van Lambaart Maddy Percival Taylah Entwistle Samantha O’Dea Tianah Talbot Chelsea Maher

C GRADE Coach: Sara Duncan Bridget Cook (C) Natalie Tout (VC) Erin McMillan Ellie Brooke Sharna O’Dwyer Miya Peterson Bree Gibson Katie Leslie Kaitlyn Harding Mikaylah Howes

D GRADE Coach: Alex Duff Jessica Maher Sarah Antcliffe (C) Teagan Bennett (C) Lisa Williams Tegan Lamb Melissa Miszkowiec Sarah Holloway Leanne Ansalde Brooke Newcombe Courtney Genoni

U17 RED Coach: Andi Dickson Brodie Szybkowski, Bianca Baker, Emily Kerr, Brianna Burns, Teneille Morrell, Bessie Murphy, Charlotte Petelinek, Paige Ladner, Hanna Levin

U17 RED Coach: Jessica Cox and Lisa Dolan Ainsley Barwise, Tiffanty Isgro, Abbie Potter, Maggie Blackman, Mikayla Jones, Tyla Scorah, Maddison Diwell, Lauren Kaye, Layla Williams, Mairead Holloway, Jasmine Philpott, Natalie Wood

U17 WHITE Coach: Kaela Hughes Sophie Williams, Jaimee Nelson, Sienna La’Brooy, Kasey Brooks-Macmillan, Chelsea Little, Alicia Scalzo, Chloe Sutherland, Danielle Green

U17 WHITE Coach: Jessica Maher Ainsley Barwise, Tiffanty Isgro, Abbie Potter, Maggie Blackman, Mikayla Jones, Tyla Scorah, Maddison Diwell, Lauren Kaye, Layla Williams, Mairead Holloway, Jasmine Philpott, Natalie Wood

U15 RED Coach: Sally Lane Alix Petelinek, Maddison Airdrie, Abbey Kerr, Tiahn Willis, Imogen Lancaster, Millie Utber, Ariah Eagle, Tahlia Lane, Jemima Sheedy

U15 RED Coach: Jessica Cox & Ebony Dolan Elly Agius, Tallia Adkin, Charlee Webb, Bridget Holloway, Mackenzie Coutts, Sasha Williams, Emilie Jones, Chloe Isgro, Lily Howes

U15 WHITE Coach: Mia Palmer Darcy Paterson, Tahlia Stibbard, Lauren Clark, Aleisha Islamovski Alyssa Breeden, Emma Zukowski, Darcy Utber, Charlotte Mitchell

U15 WHITE Coach: Emma Haynes Amber Jackson, Jayde Davey, Lillian Boyd, Holly Atkins, Zoe Coventry, Ruby Sievewright, Tiana Jones, Ella Sumner, Hannah Sellings, Emma Wilkinson

U13 RED Coach: Chelsea Maher Sami Lane, Eliza Mettes Charlotte Shortis, Kyana Eagle, Tiarna Gates, Keira Maher, Ella Wilson, Jemma Szybkowski, Paigelyn Brooks-Macmillan

U13 RED Coach: Kelly Andrews & Mairead Holloway Emmaline Evans, Milli Craven, Karlee Morrison, Makayla Da Rose, Abbey Howes, Bridie Jagoe, Isobel Potter, Chelsea Gibson, Josie Holloway, Tara Bratic

U13 WHITE Coach: Claire Van Lambaart Tahnee Ziesler, Millie Justice, Samantha Clinkard, Sophie Stinear Sienna Cook, Miller Willis, Ebony Davine, Ellie Trembath

U13 WHITE Coach: Mikaylah Howes Billie Gillespie, Taj Da Rose, Jaymie Webb, Chloe Skepper, Brooklyn Diwell, Hayley Morrison, Mikayla Jones

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V A GRADE Coach: Liz Edwards Melissa Webster Liz Edwards Kyla Quinn Mikaela Dakic Hayley Stewart Chelsea Imanisani Emily Pupuke Oshania Natua Danielle Devlin

B GRADE Coach: Alexia McConnell Shonalene San Jose Jasmin Wilson Lesila Seeto Tania Misa-Howie Samatha Gabriel Aggie Seeto Roni Nuki-Dawson Atelini Seeto Alex Loechel

A GRADE Coach: Robynn Pym Charlotte Tiplady Brit Pym Emma Clarke Renee Gill Taylah Butterworth Shenaya Wijesundera Morgan Thomas Kassidy Withers Jaime Cotter Hayley Alman

B GRADE Coach: Robynn Pym Nicole Green Shona Davis Larissa Alman Jessica Pastras Melanie Clayton Skye Harvey Julia Batchelor Lauren Castricum

C GRADE Coach: Tania Misa-Howie Charleen Dunn Charli Howie Taylah Howie Tailah Micallef Nicole Stapelton Sophie White Shaniah Gardener Teilah Pullen Sulian Yakopa

D GRADE Coach: Melinda Wilson Ashlee Beardsworth Melinda Wilson Emma Barry Ashleigh Taylor Rebecca Hendy Alisha Samperi Bianca Samperi Erin Wolffenbuttel

C GRADE Coach: Miakela Greer Katie MacDonnell Holly Harman Zoe Matson Zoe Harward Ebony Ellis Sarah O’Hagan Hayley Barron Tessa Woodward Georgia Hillard

D GRADE Coach: Renee Gill Chelsea Hoffman Kaitlyn Brand Shannon Sutherland Brooke Holden Jasmine Poore Hinearo TeTana Zara Snelling Theresa Santamaria

U17 RED Coach: Jason Baker Melissa Webster, Kyla Quinn, Tailah Micallef, Zealand Rakei, Charli Howie, Teileah Pullen, Danielle Devlin, Lesila Seeto, Kelly Cousins

U17 RED Coach: Robynn Pym Joyce Oyay, Zarli Corless, Kaylah Loulanting, Jaimee Mormille, Hayley Alman, Julia Batchelor, Sussu Liai, Lauren Castricum

U17 WHITE Coach: Katrina Foster Makaela Abrahama, Chelyn Rakei, Chelcie Armansin, Ebony Phillips, Holly White, Mahayla McRae, Alix Rozynski, Mikayla Halstead, Lara Breen, Francesca Paila

U17 WHITE Coach: Shaye Smith Chloe Pepper, Keely Stickley, Lara Argon, Amy Davies, Aker Mawith, Simone Green, Tiarna Green, Maddy Bailey, Shannon Westwell, Chloe Bernard, Madi Houeix

U15 RED Coach: Katrina Foster Alix Roznski, Mikayla Halstead, Kayla Bratic, Kelly Cousins, Jess Tolicki, Francesca Paila, Tara O’Sullivan, Maya Locenholf, Zealand Rakei

U15 RED Coach: Breana Thomas Summah Hinchcliffe, Emily Terlicher, Elliott Santamaria Ellie Brasser, Holly Moulday, Brooklyn Prescott, Hayley Woolfe, Monique Mitchell, Nadeel Deng

U15 WHITE Coach: Cass Hackett Kaitlyn Wheeler, Grace Crennan, Laney Frankland, Georgina Henwood, Isabella Joyce, Makani Sheehan, Monica San Jose, Shaylee Wilson

U15 WHITE Coach: Janelle Snelling Sophie Castricum , Rylee Broadley, Emily Guic, Cate Anderson, Dehansa Herath, Asha Black, Ava Hicks, Caitlyn Johnson, Karla Abu-Jaber, Eliza Angenent

U13 RED Coach: Roni Lee Nuku Shara Andrews, Calypso Galeney, Holly Johnson, Dakota Rakei, Lea Yawnou, Mahina Short, Cooper Joynson, Milan Junior Radenkovic

U13 RED Coach: Jess Pastras, Zoe Harward Brooke Abu-Jaber, Asha Gallard, Delylah Loulanting, Hailie Pastras, Adam Snelling, Landia Schwalger, Abbey Richardson, Paris Prescott, Samantha Conn

U13 WHITE Coach: Cass Hackett Summer Achilles, Emma Hendy, Madison Mahon, AJ Mott, Myla Sheehan, Latoya Enua, Hope Enua

U13 WHITE Coach: Shannon Westwell Lexi Broadley, Abbey Curtis, Alek Mawith, Amelie Mitchell, Nya Mannays, Hayley MacIntosh, Tess Corless , Amy Solari, Holly Neal

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V A GRADE Coach: Sharon Massey-Chase Sarah Castricum Olivia Hamilton Laura Quinn Zoe Callanan Alysson Jeanes Sara Villiers Georgie Douglas Samantha Neil Alisha Young Jamilah Ferns Melanie Overdyk (C)

B GRADE Coach: Nicole Robbins Hayely Anderson Cheyenne Mason Mikaela Vincent Megan Barling Sarah Smith Dorothea George Ashleigh Unsworth Sidney Kneebone Katleyn Vincent

A GRADE Coach: Richard Hammond Sharon Phillips Erin Clark (C) Brittney Mashado (VC) Kealeigh Brown Corrina Emery Jemma Osborne Chloe Phillips Carly Stagg Caity Stephens Brittnay Tyers

B GRADE Coach: Michelle Mashado Kate Dowling (C) Amy Rae (C) Jayde Stow (VC) Tamika Cairns Caitlin Egan Jaymie Hammond Maddison Maund Madison Nation Chelsea Tonna

C GRADE Coach: Emma Arnett Sophie Abel Teagan Davies Natali Van Deelen Elly Carter Tara Drake Carly Winther Tayla Chapman Stacey Loizou Tori Collins Sarah Lord

D GRADE Coach: Rosemary Westwood Ellen Barnes Sarah Hoffmann Grace Massey-Chase Danielle Begg Chelsea Kent Alex Taylor Keely Comerford Bianca Lombardi Hannah Wren Krystal Degregorio Caitlin Mason

C GRADE Coach: Sharlene Nation Jess Breen (C) Suzie Bourchier Hayley Carmichael Zoe Dunkley Tayla Hammond Hayley Rae Tayla Simpson Kayleigh Spink Alexandra Stephenson Ashleigh Stephenson

D GRADE Coach: Fiona Carmichael Jessica Egan (C) Brittany Stuart (VC) Natalie Hatigan Mikayla Delves Tegan Stuart Georgia Elkins Olivia Krause Caitlyn Pritchard Shannae Poara

U17 RED Coach: Sharon Massey-Chase Maddison Chamberlain, Emmersyn Honan, Abby Williams, Emilee Dunn, Ellie Keen, Shannyn Wolffenbuttel, Tahlia Emery, Jessica Postregna, Brydie Engellenner, Vanessa Qumivutia

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U17 WHITE Coach: Nicole Robbins Emma Castricum, Soleil Lehmann-Rhodes, Ebony Tsardakas, Sahra Eishold, Hannah Moyle, Limu-limu Tuala, Amy Harrison, Chloe Potocnik, Jacinta Hickey, Jenna Trewarn

U17 WHITE Coach: Glenn Stow & Jayde Stow Emma Alexander, Kayla Atkinson, Jayde Mashado, Jaimee Adema, Amy Heinze, Rylee Thomas, Ruby Mosbey, Ruby Sheppard, Portia Wilson, Chole Carmichael

U15 RED Coach: Larissa Wood Keeley Burgmann, Alexis Jeanes, Elyse Pretty, Chantelle Dale, Karly Meinecke, Mia Williams, Moesha Griffin, Amelie Mucic, Zoe Haringsma, Mikayla Phillips

U15 RED Coach: Jemma Osbourne Lainey Bidwell, Mikayla Cipriani, Jasmine De La Sota, Kira Hamilton, Paris Hastings, Holly Simpson, Holly Robic, Holly Van De Loop, Hayley Gilipin

U15 WHITE Coach: Ally Trotter Allison Bryan, Darci Kneebone, Keely Wemyss, Tayla Ferguson, Trinity Millar, Geema Ziino, Sophie Freis, Elise Setches, Ciara Johnson, Ella Tevaga

U15 WHITE Coach: Emma Pansow & Rebecca Dall Ella Alexander, Olivia Brinkmann, Taneisha Handyside, Mackenzie Morrison, Natalie Read, Courtney Siwes, Savanah Stodal, Jessica Stow, Ava Spence, Karlee Roberts

U13 RED Coach: Alex Taylor Joshua Burgmann, Maia Nimmo, Bridie Van Eyk, Skye Ferguson, Ada Pretty, Taylah Keen, Montaya Sheehan, Darcy McMahon, Scarlett Trotter

U13 RED Coach: Sharon Stodal Shanae Allen, Delainey Brown, Tahlia Cipriani, Annabel Sheppard, Katrina Skaliaris, Tamika Gilpin, Jennifer Parr, Lara Goodman, Molly Griffiths, Summer Waddel

U13 WHITE Coach: Travis Pretty Shayla Dale, Millar Tarrant, Olivia Walker, Ruby Humphery, Astrid Renny, Remy Wright, Alannah Keen, Taylah Simondson, Abby Meinecke, Emma Van der Nest

U13 WHITE Coach: Chelsea Tonna & Kate Dowling Ava Cipriani, Sienna De La Sota, Tahni Goodes, Paige Micallef, Zoe Moseby, Elly Quirk, Avani Singh, Micaela Strong, Jenna White

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V A GRADE Coach: Karen Meredith Kate McCowan (C) Taylor Dykstra (VC) Katrina Meredith (VC) Lorna Clark Jenna Douglas Kyra Esler Emma Jones Rebecca Langford Lauren Spinks Lauren Wenn

B GRADE Coach: Matt Cooke Carly Saunders (C) Leah Gartside (VC) Joanna Anastasoglou (VC) Hayley Melsen Hayley Poulton Meg Da Costa Tiegan Whitby Renee Deason Telomi Paniora

A GRADE Coach: Donna Wilson Natalie Sparks (C) Tara Cecil (VC) Stephanie Ryan (VC) Kasey Teakle Tayla Stahl Tegan Stahl Alanah Hardy Tahlia Coates Kayla Wilson Tegan Robertson Allie Oakenfull

B GRADE Coach: Sally Harkin Jodie Holt (C) Casey Cecil (VC) Maddison Baker Aimee Harkin Emily Andrew Hailey Galpin Yasmin Dickson Samantha Ryan Tiana Butler Shaylee Hearn

C GRADE Coach: Carolyn McNeill Renee Weaver (C) Charlene Rich (VC) Molly Saunders Alison Morris Annabel Morris Rebecca Morris Annalise Ryan Katie Bacon Kirsty Leskie Allison Gamble

D GRADE Coach: Deb Mibus Kristen Poulton (C) Jenelle Dale (VC) Vidhi Fernandes Fiona Partridge Alanah Nogher Keely Peeler Samantha Lombardi Jennifer Rooke

C GRADE Coach: Emma Dundon Brooke Davey (C) Ellen Graham (VC) Georgia Blackney(VC) Karina Brady Melissa Perrins Brodie Davenport Jenna Bliss Jodie Pike Katelyn Garbet

D GRADE Coach: Sarah Mooney Samantha Bond (C) Stephanie Wright (C) Sarah Davey (VC) Holly Robertson Chelsee Blackney Ashleigh Macdonald Maddison Parker Bec Sparks Nicole Turner Cassie Kirkpatrick Kristy Whitnell

U17 RED Coach: Matt Cooke Caitlin Cooke, Emma Reid, Abby Gregorovich, Kaitlyn Jones, Sarah Jones, Keely McGuire, Leah Mibus, Elayne Schneider, Mia Washington, Caitlin Green

U17 RED Coach: Donna Wilson and Steph Ryan Tahlia Coates, Chelsea Morris, Allie Oakenfull, Yasmin Dickson, Grace Rand, Allegra Sujica, Aimee Harkin, Renada Purcell, Madalyn Grimsey, Chelsea Gray

U17 WHITE Coach: Carolyn McNeill Adelaide Paternoster, Charlotte Anderson, Maddison Jude, Yar Biar, Angelina Interlandi, Gemeika Johson, Taylah Ellis, Brooke Grimmer, Taylor Wilson, Sheridan O’Brien

U17 WHITE Coach: Sarah Mooney Olivia Antonello, Alisha Oskan, Nikita Milner, Maddison Parker, Alicia Mirabile, Cassie Kirkpatrick, Brooke Wilson, Tiarna Eldridge, Bianca Collard, Ebony Lee

U15 RED Coach: Caitlin Armstrong Charlotte Reid, Romi Esler, Evangeline Isamaela, Ruby Crisp, Laura Meneilly, Jorja Ferrari, Bethany Hoefer, Holly Buxton, Sophie Gamble, Alissa Davis

U15 RED Coach: Jade Whitnell and Kelly Thompson Mackenzie Fox, Ebony Rich, Uaina Purcell, Emily Pollock, Eloise Crabtree, Maxine Fitiao, Chloe Grimsey, Tara Sujica, Paige Borley

U15 WHITE Coach: Kristen Poulton Sienna Jude, Meg O’Brien, Mia McKinlay, Sophie McKellar, Emily Sidebottom, Taylah Partridge, Awalith Ayuen, Erin Judd, Hannah Sach, Nyibol Bar

U15 WHITE Coach: Jenna Bliss and Ashleigh Macdonald Adelle St Mart, Eliza Fox, Chloe Watts, Chelsea Fernandez, Sarah Johnson, Dannika Sweeney, Jade Leenan, Emily Andrew

U13 RED Coach: Carol Gregorovich Evie Drake, Charlotte Harris, Chelsea Snowden, David Jonathan Sollberger, Ava Da Costa, Clair Sinfield, Bridget Carney, Bailee Partridge, Ella Weaver, Cienna Malic

U13 RED Coach: Tracey Watts Kyan Hearn, Bethany Purcell, Isabella Hetherington, Lelani Eldridge, Emily Goodman, Hayley Vincent, Marissa Beadle, Natel Lehman-Rhodes, Ashley Fox

U13 WHITE Coach: Hayley Melsen Mary O’Loughlin, Eliza Molino, Jasmyn Ellis, Sienna Sumsion, Keely Flynn, Georgia Reid, Maddison Goldfinch, Lily Sidebottom, Rebecca Talbot, Holly Strickland

U13 WHITE Coach: Sara Wright Sophie Walden, Stephanie White, Tyler Nelthropp, Mackenzie Wright, Sharuka Sivasuthan, Leiasina Fitiao, Kiara St Mart, Gabrielle Sibilia, Sophie Gemelli, Mikayla Young

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SEWF Report By Lachie Ramage

Gippsland defeated Endeavour Hills via a forfeited.

As we head into the final round of SEWF we could be set to witness the most exhilarating round of the season.

In division two Seaford had a stress-free day against Cranbourne, victorious by 47 points, while Bass Coast faced one of its toughest challenges to date against an impressive Tyabb outfit.

Mornington takes on Port Melbourne in division one and for the Bulldogs the equation is simple - if they win then fourth spot is theirs. St Kilda will be praying for the Borough to conquer the Bulldogs, allowing them to take part in finals. Division Two finalists are already locked in but we may be witness to a grand final preview as the top two teams, Bass Coast and Seaford, collide in one of the games of the season. And in division three, fourth-placed Pearcedale takes on second-placed Mornington. The Bulldogs will be looking to bounce back from their loss last week and they will be out to ruin the Panthers afternoon. It’s possible for the Panthers to lose and still make finals, but in order for that to happen Hastings must take down Crib Point. A number of different scenarios can occur this week, and one thing is for certain we are expecting a thrilling final round in SEWF. In division one last week Chirnside Park had a solid day out against Beaconsfield, victorious by 23 points. Meanwhile Seaford was a class above Port Melbourne, winning by 48 points as it prepares for finals. Alison Dowler was the star up forward for the Tigers booting five goals.

The Yabbies led by seven points at the first change, before the Breakers fought back to lead by a single point at the last change. From there Bass Coast did what the best teams do, kicking away in the last quarter and keeping the Yabbies goalless, victorious by 19 points. Eastern Devils cruised past the St Kilda Sharks by 63 points, whilst Warragul got the four points for the fourth time this season, victorious by 77. In division three Red Hill made it two straight wins, upsetting Seaford in a low scoring affair. Officer defeated Crib Point by 37 points, whilst Pearcedale secured the most important win of its season defeating Karingal by nine points and jumping into the top four in the process. Frankston Bombers got a win over the second placed Mornington, while Pakenham forfeited its clash against Hastings.

Mornington headed to Casey Fields to take on Cranbourne, where the Bulldogs kicked out to a 20-point lead at quarter time. A fightback was expected from the Eagles and they didn’t disappoint, kicking two second-term goals to trim the margin to a straight kick at the main break. From there it was anyone’s game, but it was the Bulldogs who kicked 1.3 to a single point to extend their lead to 14 points at three-quarter time. The Eagles fought back kicking 1.3 to a single behind but that wasn’t enough, falling short by six points. Eastern Devils took on St Kilda Sharks, where the Devils sent a strong message to their fellow rivals, winning by 30 points and keeping their opposition to a single goal.

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Beaconsfield 0.0 1.3 1.4 1.7.13 Chirnside Park 1.3 1.3 4.5 5.6.36 Beaconsfield Goals: A. Robinson. Best: A. Rata, A. McGeachin, E. Wroe, A. Robinson, C. Jagusch, S. Boneham. Chirnside Park Goals: J. Provan, R. Palmer, R. Cellante, K. Toomer, S. Di Mauro. Best: G. Macpherson, A. Evans, C. Wilkinson, S. Di Mauro, S. Asbury, E. Robson. Port Melbourne 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0.12 Seaford 3.2 4.2 8.3 9.6.60 Port Melbourne Goals: K. Slattery, I. Stutt. Best: K. Slattery, B. Ousley, P. Holt, K. Nelson, J. Osman, J. Dimasi. Seaford Goals: A. Dowler 5, D. Smith, M. Hare, S. Ryan, L. Field. Best: S. Ryan, B. Rogan, J. Johnston, J. Baguley, A. Dowler, M. Macdonald. Cranbourne 1.0 3.2 3.3 4.6.30 Mornington 4.2 4.2 5.5 5.6.36 Cranbourne Goals: S. Holland 2, A. McDonough, P. Stahl. Best: A. Nagtzaam, P. Stahl, E. Stephens, T. Fellows, B. Campbell, M. Brown. Mornington Goals: R. Cridland 2, M. Cahill, J. Vogt, E. Rylance. Best: F. Sanford, E. Muir, L. Noonan, G. Speedy, G. Peters, V. Sanford. St Kilda Sharks 0.1 0.1 0.8 0.9.9 Eastern Devils 0.0 3.3 4.4 5.9.39 St Kilda Sharks Best: S. Black, C. Portlock, A. Maginn, A. Trollip, N. Clarke, A. Vanderwaal. Eastern Devils Goals: G. Punton, S. David, C. Hunt, K. Henderson, C. Dyett. Best: J. Wallace, C. Papadopoulos, S. McGeoch, M. Supple, N. Bjelan, K. Henderson. Gippsland Maroons (43) defeated Endeavour Hills (16) via forfeit.

DIVISION TWO

Seaford 1.3 2.3 7.5 8.7.55 Cranbourne 0.0 0.2 0.2 1.2.8 Seaford Goals: M. Goodwin 4, J. Ellams 2, I. Walsh, D. Jackson. Best: T. Giddings-Constable, M. Goodwin , C. Bury, M. Carroll, I. Walsh, J. Ellams. Cranbourne Goals: S. Timoney. Best: B. Campbell, R. Bastian, N. Sheridan, N. Turner, A. Sibly, C. Robinson. Tyabb 3.2 4.2 5.2 5.3.33 Bass Coast 2.1 4.2 5.3 8.4.52 Tyabb Goals: K. Vigliarolo 3, K. Adamson, K. Thompson. Best: M. Hart, K. Vigliarolo, K. Thompson, K. Adamson, S. Hose, L. Souter. Bass Coast Goals: K. Thomas 2, J. Redmond, T. Sandbach, G. Tschiderer, K. O’Neill, C. Connell, E. Angarane. Bes: J. Redmond, E. Volard, J. Russo, K. O’Neill, T. Angarane, R. Slavin. St Kilda Sharks 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0.12 Eastern Devils 2.1 5.3 8.4 11.9.75 St Kilda Sharks Goals: E. Rowe 2. Best: T. Binios, A. Maginn, H. Newman, C. Sheehy, B. Bowey, L. Bertram. Eastern Devils Goals: J. Monk 2, M. Kennedy, C. Retzack, M. Murray, T. O’Connor, N. Muscat, R. Baker, A. Brindley, A. Yusuf, N. Price. Best: C. Retzack, N. Price, D. Debondt, P. Whitworth, J. Monk, W. Yu. Warragul 4.6 5.7 10.8 14.9.93 Edithvale-Aspendale 0.0 1.2 1.3 2.4.16 Warragul Goals: S. Burns 4, J. Robertson 2, T. Hume 2, J. Treadwell 2, T. Dare, V. Dawson, M. Burns, B. Pratt. Best: B. Pratt, C. Maher, S. Burns, C. Dare, J. Robertson, T. Dare. Edithvale-Aspendale Goal Kickers: T. Laval, E. Robinson. Best: L. O’Connor , G. Proy, T. Laval, S. Baillie, E. Robinson, P. Cook.

DIVISION THREE

Seaford 0.2 0.7 0.7 1.7.13 Red Hill 2.6 2.6 2.10 2.10.22 Seaford Goals: C. Parker. Best: S. Bell, K. Miller, G. Tua, O. Smith, T. Miller, B. Holt. Red Hill Goals: K. Phillips, C. Bown. Best: K. Anderson, D. Baxter, S. Holmes, C. Seedsman, M. Boyd, K. Riley. Cerberus/Crib Point 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3.15 Officer 0.0 5.6 5.6 7.10.52 Officer Goals: J. McSweeney 2, M. Davey 2, C. Davey, S. Izadi, J. Wilkinson. Best: M. Murdoch, M. McSweeney, M. Hagger, S. Izadi, L. O’Connell-Webb, M. Davey.

Pearcedale 1.0 4.3 4.4 6.4.40 Karingal 2.1 2.1 4.7 4.7.31 Pearcedale Goals: H. Roberts, C. Hill, E. Duncan, K. Kenway, C. White, A. Kelly. Best: K. Mitchell , E. Duncan, K. Kenway, C. Hill, A. Kelly, N. Meulenbrock. Karingal Goals: L. Amos, Y. Hollway, R. Jakobi, N. White. Best: L. Amos, K. Grace, S. Rabot, M. Rudzki, E. Johnston, Y. Hollway. Frankston Bombers 1.1 1.1 3.2 3.2.20 Mornington 0.1 0.2 0.2 1.4.10 Frankston Bombers Goals: L. Tucker 2, A. Verdouw. Best: T. Hartskeerl M. Luxa, A. Verdouw, E. Dash, C. Emery, S. Strickland. Mornington Goals: N. Fyfe. Hastings (34) defeated Pakenham (17) via forfeit.

LADDERS DIVISION ONE

P W L D

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

12 12 0 0 796 205 388.29 11 10 1 0 982 134 732.84 13 10 3 0 688 275 250.18 12 7 5 0 585 394 148.48 12 6 6 0 640 383 167.10 13 5 8 0 414 550 75.27 13 4 9 0 329 584 56.34 13 4 9 0 376 754 49.87 11 1 10 0 117 988 11.84 8 0 8 0 181 841 21.52

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Bass Coast 13 13 0 0 1207 104 1160.50 Seaford 13 11 2 0 759 243 312.35 Eastern Devils 13 8 5 0 557 380 146.58 Tyabb 12 8 4 0 533 418 127.51 Warragul 12 4 8 0 376 649 57.94 Cranbourne 13 4 9 0 276 560 49.29 St Kilda Sharks 13 3 10 0 195 793 24.59 Edithvale-Aspendale 13 0 13 0 123 879 13.99

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Hastings 12 11 0 1 708 192 368.75 Mornington 13 10 3 0 512 307 166.78 Frankston Bombers 13 9 4 0 559 283 197.53 Pearcedale 13 7 6 0 538 383 140.47 Cerberus/Crib Point 12 6 6 0 493 455 108.35 Karingal 13 6 7 0 360 338 106.51 Officer 13 5 7 1 420 318 132.08 Seaford 13 5 8 0 408 462 88.31 Red Hill 13 2 11 0 267 754 35.41 Pakenham 12 2 10 0 250 874 28.60 Edi-Asp 1 0 1 0 0 149 0

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