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MPNFL Updates MPNFL Update Round 17 2017 Welcome to Round 17 of the 2017 home and away season for both Peninsula FNL and Nepean FNL. Only two weeks left for the home and away season and with still plenty of sides vying for finals positions it should be an interesting last two rounds. Finals Venue Update 2017 will see football and netball finals action being played at many different venues across the Mornington Peninsula. Please see below for the venue allocated for each week of finals. Peninsula Football Sat Aug 26

Netball

EF @ Chelsea FNC

Nepean Football Sat Aug 26

Sun Aug 27

QF @ Frankston Park 2 SF&1SF @ FDNA Sun Aug 27

Sat Sept 2

1SF @ Chelsea FNC

Sun Sept 3

2SF @ Frankston Park

Sun Sept 10 PF @ Frankston Park

Netball

QF @ Frankston Park EF @Tyabb FNC

2SF & 1SF @Tyabb FNC

Sat Sept 2

2SF @ Frankston Park

PF @ FDNA

Sun Sept 3

1SF @ Devon M FNC

PF @ Devon M FNC

GF @ FDNA

Sat Sept 9

PF @ Frankston Park

GF @ Tyabb FNC

Sat Sept 16

GF @ Frankston Park

Sun Sept 17 GF @ Frankston Park Cost for entry will be; o $13 for all minor finals

o $15 for the Grand Final, Aged Pensioner and Student Concessions apply o 16 & under are Free. ALL FOOTBALL AND NETBALL VENUES ARE SMOKE FREE Record Advertising: If you are interested in advertising in the Finals Series Football and Netball Record, please contact Brendan Tibballs via email media@aflse.com.au

This weekends games....

2017 Presentation Night – Monday 4th September @ Mornington Racing Club Also, just a reminder that in 2017 the presentation night will be a combined night between both Nepean FNL and Peninsula FNL. It will be a fantastic event and one not to be missed. Invitations to clubs and possible award winners will be sent out after the conclusion of the home and away season. Themed and feature rounds coming up; 26th Aug – Sept 17th 2017 - Nepean & Peninsula FNL Finals Series Best of luck to all sides for this weekend.

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AFL Vic Country COMMUNITY VENUES PREPARE TO HOST 2017 AFL INTERNATIONAL CUP A host of Victorian community and state football venues will welcome hundreds of the game’s newest participants when they host the 2017 AFL International Cup this month. Twenty-five metropolitan and regional locations have been selected to host the event which kicks off from August 5-19.

The AFL International Cup is played every three years, with season 2017 marking the sixth edition of the event. No expatriate Australians are eligible to play, with teams comprising solely of amateurs who must be nationals of the country they represent. Keep up to date with all the latest news from the 2017 AFL International Cup on social media using our official hashtag #AFLIC17

Of the 25 venues, eight high schools will host matches during the dedicated Schools Round, while three VFL women’s venues and a number of community football clubs will welcome teams to play as curtain-raisers to local suburban, amateur and country matches. Season 2017 will see 18 men’s teams and eight women’s teams compete for the coveted title with teams hailing from Canada, China, Croatia, Fiji, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Nauru, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, Sri Lanka, USA. For the first time the men’s fixture will be played across two divisions. Division One will play four matches against other teams within the division and will then be ranked from one to 10 with grand finals to follow between the top two placed teams on the ladder, the third and fourth placed teams and so on. The men’s Division Two and the women’s competition will see teams split into two pools of four with each team playing matches against the three opponents in their pool before competing in semi-finals and grand finals based on finishing positions within the pool. The women’s grand final will be played at Etihad Stadium as a curtain-raiser to the Round 22 clash between Carlton and Hawthorn, while the men’s grand final is to be played at the MCG as a curtain-raiser to the Round 22 match between Collingwood and the Geelong Cats on August 19.

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Football Preview PYTHONS TO REGAIN VENOM By Simon McEvoy PINES go to CHELSEA today looking to resurrect their flagging Peninsula league season. On top of the ladder a month ago, the Pythons have tumbled to fourth spot after four successive losses – to Frankston YCW, Mt Eliza, Edi-Asp and Seaford – and the heat is now well and truly on. What began as a hiccup has turned into a form slump. But they can turn things around with a win over eighthplaced Chelsea. And, with Karingal to come in the last round next week, Pines could use these last two rounds to catapult themselves into the finals in winning form. So, what’s behind the Pines wobbles? The Pythons clearly have struggled to adjust to life without ace spearhead Aaron Edwards, who went down with a season-ending knee injury in Round 12. The stats tell the story. With Edwards in the side, Pines averaged nearly 15 goals a game in their first 12 games this season. Without him, the Pythons have kicked 6, 7, 9 and 6 goals in their past four games. It’s been left to Tim Bongetti to shoulder Pines’ attack. As good as he is, he needs a hand. Dale Tedge kicked four goals a fortnight ago and is more than capable, while Shane Waterstone (12) is the only other Pines player to have kicked 10 goals or more this season. Chelsea have been playing solid footy and will be keen to take a big scalp before the curtain comes down on their season. The Seagulls showed plenty of spirit to get within a kick of Mornington at Mornington last week, with Brad Clark continuing his good form and Curtis Bywater, Jason Clark and Simon Mitchelhill impressing. LANGWARRIN host FRANKSTON YCW in a bottom-versustop encounter that could be closer than many think. Langy have been impressive lately, winning two of their past three games and playing some slick footy. The Kangaroos had 15 scoring shots in the third quarter in their loss to Edi-Asp last week. With top spot wrapped up, Frankston YCW will be managing players ahead of finals, according to coach Wane Capp. Could that mean that YC could be slightly vulnerable today? Don’t bet on it. Langwarrin’s late season form burst has been fuelled by Luke Churcher, Matt Naughton, Andrew Borrie, Nick Tuddenham and Andrew Taylor, among others. Reliable YCW defender Christian Ongarello was superb last week, while the Stonecats are expected to bring in the talented duo Ryan Santon and Michael Debenham today, back from injury.

So, who wants to play finals? SEAFORD and EDI-ASP have a chance to thrust their hand in the air today when they meet in this crucial, top-five encounter. A win would definitely secure a finals berth for Graeme Yeats’s Eagles, while for Seaford it would go a long way to extending their season beyond next week. Seaford has done well to put its season back on track, winning its past two games against good opposition (Mt Eliza and Pines). But can the Tigers, with Matt Herbert, Josh Stokes and Kyle Matthews in cracking form, go to another level and halt the in-form side of the competition? The Eagles have strung together five wins and, in fact, have won eight of their past nine games. What’s more, they are kicking big scores and winning by big margins as Chris Wylie, Tim Mannix, Steve Mannix, James Hickey and one-time draft prospect Michael Bussey put their stamp on the comp. KARINGAL is coming off two very competitive losses against Frankston YCW (12 points) and Mt Eliza (20) when it meets second-placed BONBEACH. The Bulls have stayed strong and kept improving, led by Aisea Valetini, Grant Paxton, Michael Burke, Rhys Pierce and Jake Kelly. Bonbeach, beaten last week, will be keen to build up to their best form in time for finals. On Sunday, MORNINGTON gets a chance to put a dent in MT ELIZA’s finals hopes. The Bulldogs are sure to lift a notch against their arch rivals. Mt Eliza, though, should welcome the competition. This is crunch time for the Redlegs and if they can’t get past the Bulldogs then they don’t deserve to play finals. Mt Eliza has been inconsistent this season but they did beat Mornington with ease (by 10 goals) back in Round 3 when Ben Landry and Rohan Heasley dominated.

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Football Preview SEAGULLS SIZZLE IN THE RESERVES... CHELSEA kicked its highest score of the season last week as it made it three wins on the spin. The Seagulls, with Stuart Brooke and Matt Mitchell in good form, are finishing strongly and will be keen to serve it up to finalsbound PINES. LANGWARRIN will give another competitive display but will it be enough to beat fifth-placed FRANKSTON YCW? Ladder leaders SEAFORD (15-1) host EDI-ASP, which returned to winning form last week when Lochie Brodie and Zak Bailey ran hot. MT ELIZA was back to its ruthless best last week and should account for MORNINGTON. KARINGAL bumps into a red-hot BONBEACH (11-5, third), which has been humming along with Matt Taylor, Joel Rippingale and Shelton Price shining brightly. LANGY SURGING IN THE UNDER 19s... It’s tight at the top, with Mt Eliza, Frankston YCW and Langwarrin separated by only two points. LANGWARRIN have won seven in a row to storm into flag contention, with Zach Andrewartha, James Longley, Josh Holloway, Liam O’Halloran and Bayleigh Tate performing consistently at a high level. Langy’s premiership credentials could be known over the next two weeks. They play FRANKSTON YCW today and then Mt Eliza next week. CHELSEA (2-14) hosts bottom side PINES, which has shown better form in recent weeks. KARINGAL, disappointed that its finals hopes are dashed, should be too strong for BONBEACH. SEAFORD hosts finals-bound EDI-ASP. On Sunday, fifth-placed MORNINGTON faces a good test against a red-hot MT ELIZA. Look for in-form Bulldogs Lachlan Mitchell, Jack Crawford and Luke Ambler to continue their urge towards finals.

Tipsters Shaun Connell AFL South East Manager

Haydn Parsons MPNFL Operations

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

Last Round - 5 Matt Crozier AFL South East Online

Last Round - 4 Michael Voss RPP FM

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Seaford Mt Eliza

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Seaford Mt Eliza

Last Round - 3 Peter Skews Jacobs & Lowe

Ash Robertson Mornington Race Course

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

Last Round - 2 John Hynes MPNFL Interleague Coach

Last Round - 2 Simon McEvoy Leader Newspaper

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

Pines Bonbeach Frankston YCW Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

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Leaderboard Michael Voss Simon McEvoy Haydn Parsons John Hynes Matt Crozier Shaun Connell Ash Robertson Peter Skewes

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CHELSEA SEAGULLS Ground Chelsea Reserve Beardsworth Ave, Chelsea Mel: 68 B6 Phone 9772 1541 Colours Navy Blue & White

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

Matthew Silva James Sivijs Matt Gardiner Bradley Clark James Brain Grant Trew Todd Gardiner David Willett Ben Finemore Luke Caspersz Aaron Pawell Jason Clark Joshua Tripcony Daniel Aarsman Matthew Baxter Ben Holman Simon Mitchell-Hill Brendan Dess Josh Herdman Corey Peele Lewis Kreiger Rhys Hensel Jack Francis Daniel Knowles Michael Salem Cory Edmunds Daly Shannon Nicholas Allsep Zachary Graham Trent Styles

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Ben Graham Jordan Marshall Curtis Bywater Mason Bailey Stuart Brooke Matthew Ponton Jack Gaze Josh Whelan Daniel Bourke Chris Charity Mark Denness Ross Aitcheson Jordan Atwell Matthew Madafferi Steven Voss Kane Martello Matt Mitchell Sterling Tatu Luke Pickett Tait Bresac Charles Ryan-Orchard Daniel Monforte Brett Brisbane Brodie Leitch Chris Hatzis Luke Lukavjky Benjamin Stokell

Club Notes

Firstly, many thanks to all those who made the trip down to Mornington last Saturday. Not the best start to the day with an undermanned 19’s getting well beaten by a good side. Credit to these boy’s as there just keep turning up, best were Buam , King, Davis , Knowles & Mokaraka , let’s set ourselves this week for Pines at home. The 2’s had a great win partly due to 4 of our unders backing up , great work boy’s and you all iced it by playing well. Stevie rightly so was very chuffed , best were Brooke , Aarsman , Atwell , Patch and youngsters Ash Davis and King’y , 2 more winnable games lad’s. In the main game it was an arm wrestle all day with the Dog’s just hanging on , very disappointing as we really let another one slip . In patches we all had a go but at the and of the day we really didn’t have any clear winners on the day . Most important we need to regroup and set ourselves for the last 2 games . No doubt it has been a positive year and moving forward all the signs are good, we need to learn how to win again though ! Some big news on the way and very pleasing to announce the CFC will be hosting the First 2 Saturdays of the Finals. 1967 / 1987 Premiership reunions this week Also tickets out for the $2000 Draw See you at the Gullery !!

Under 19’s

Coach: Mark Knowles 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Lachlan Baum Brayden Moren Nick Haslem Sam Heurtau Jaylen Mokaraka Matthew Knowles Lorcan McGurgan Dylan Gray-Bice Jaxon Atwell

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Joel King Kyle Foley Lavin Long Jesse Davis Dion Kato Josh Hermans Coby Farrow Luke Jaeger Auster McClelland

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PINES PYTHONS Ground Eric Bell Reserve Forrest Dve, Frankston Nth Mel: 99 J9 Phone 9786 3255 Colours Grreen & Red

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Leadership is an interesting phenomenon in the world of sport and business. Many people talk about it. Some people write books about it, but very few practice it. Whether it is a supporter, player, sponsor, member or part of the coaching. Leadership is one of those things we all look for when times are tough in a club. So with the senior team in the finals and our future determined by ourselves, the reserves in the finals for the first time in years (and coming off a season where 20 goal defeats were regular), and a 19s team that provides so much hope, the thing that will make the remainder of the year successful will be determined by the extent our club has dynamic and resilient leadership. It is not something that anyone can claim but it is something that will be determined by the people that lead. Today will be a day where at the end of the day, win lose or draw we will continue to celebrate our improvement as a club. It will also be where we look at and be impressed by how well the leaders in the club stand up in adversity. Supporters will be judged by how well they have stuck through the bad times and stayed strong. Today all Pines people need to enjoy every positive moment and remember where we’ve been. It’s time to have leaders on every line, at every break, off the ground, providing the support, side by side and celebrating the final siren together. Time for all of us to be leaders.

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

Dylan Smillie Michael Bezzene Luke Potts Harley Peace-Stirling Brad Kiely Tim Bongetti Jacob Boyle Corey Ash Luke Houldcroft Jake Berry D. Tedge Shane Waterstone Paul Scanlon Damien Plane Dave McLaren Jonathan Hughes Damien Lawrence Aaron Ludewig Daniel Falzon Daniel John Guy Hendry Jack Fisher Shaun White Reece Stewart Joel Brunn Aaron Edwards Lachlan Marshall Brenton Cowell Todd Lithgow Nick Boswell

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Ben Thomas Matt Kiely Beau Hendry Damon Moody Majok Puok Jordan Waite Jordan Frawley Jayden Goldsmith Byron Tovara Reece Cupid Jakob Beggs Matt Bailey Joel Parianos Liam Jackson Taylor Meyer Chris Bartzak Aaron Hay Jarrod Guganovic Jamie Kenyon Patrick Jackson Gordon Hendry Daniel Edwards Adam McPherson Lee Hearnden Morgan Santos Griffin Wittmer Chris Guganovic Adam Marriner

Under 19’s

Coach: Steven Jackson 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Hale Jackson Michael Bezzene Grant Humphrey Ned Baker Connor Jackson Joshua Uncle Joshua Howe Dylan Williams Aaron Philps

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James Cornell Carrel Deang Kallum White Liam Cox Tom Williams Travis Broman Jordan Plane Robert Ngamata Morgan Santas

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KARINGAL BULLS Ground Ballam Park Naranga Cres, Karingal Mel: 103 B4 Phone 9789 2383 Colours Red & White

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

Dylan Gregson Damien Ashcroft Callan Dixon Grant Paxton Aaron Jack Hadley Tomamichel Lucas VanRaay Brad Occhipinti Jake Kelly Cam Hicks Luke Duhig Bailey Frey Chris Hay Jordan Jones Andrew McInnes Steve Mihevc Brendon Groenendyk Rhys Chadwick Rhys Pierce Tom Matthews Jeremy Bunawan Chris Matthews Duncan Proud Jackson Matthews Liam Bennett Aisea Valenti Jake Duscher Blake Simpson Jason Hinde Mason Russell

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Michael Boswell Zac Clements Michael Burke Jack Birthisel Nick Shaw Darcy Garten Jessie Ramirez Dalton Thomas- Staines Tim Bunawan Damon Green Lincoln Bond Aaron Lees Brett Burns Zak Gibson Matt Burnett Andru Plakorakis Chris Hocking Caine Pearce Jon Plakorakis Brendon Lord James Paxton Nick McNeilly Harvey Eames Nick Cordeux Darcy Hope Michael Cook Tom Phipps Travis Kellerman

Club Notes With 2 games to go our senior & womens teams are looking to end the season on a high while the U19s are still a chance of making the five if they get a good win today. Last weekend the Women had a hard fought win at home against Seaford while the men all fell short in some tight games at Mt Eliza. Over on the courts we won 3 from 4 AFL Grand Final eve lunch tickets are the hottest item to get hold of at the club right now with some big names thee on the day....see Wally for tickets Big thanks for your support to our 2017 Major Partners - Frankston RSL, RAMS, BMK, Pizza Fellas, Mornington Race Club, Decking Out Melbourne, Thompson Lucas Commercial, Bluegum, Sports Injury Clinic, Wignall Ford and CrownBet Well done to all Bulls junior teams who finished up their seasons last Sunday and best of luck to the U16s who head into another finals campaign Check out all Bulls news on the website or our various social media channels Raffle tickets on sale at club or online - only 500 tickets in the draw for a new car! #RedWhiteBOOM Bullseye

Under 19’s

Coach: Michael Triep 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13

Alex Occhipinti Zane Merdanovic Lachlan Hinde Jaxon Marriott Chris Mcinnes Steve Tapolczay Dylan Divincenzo Tom Baker Beau Merdanovic Oliver Murray Jack Bennell

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Zac Bartling Lachlan Saunders Damon Hookem Kyle McClenahan Callum Tweedle Jake Smyth Nathan McDonald Ryan Waddell Cody Stewart-Fry Tommy Corrigan Luke Farrelly

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Zac Holton Craig Robinson Ryan McDonald Mason Russell Brendan Lord Jonah Cassera Darcy Hope

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BONBEACH SHARKS Ground No 1 Reserve Cannes Ave, Bonbeach Mel: 97 E4 Phone 0434 143 050 Colours Black, Red & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes In the seniors, Frankston YCW showed why they are still the benchmark of the competition. It was great to see Gary Carpenter and Justin Bennett back in the Sharks Guernsey and get through the game unscathed. They will be better for the run leading into the next few weeks. A win against Karingal can lock a top-3 spot. In the reserves, Bully’s boys continue a remarkable mid-season resurgence. After 6 rounds we were 2-4 and a percentage of 73 (2nd last). After Round 16 we are 11-5 and 150% and locking in a top 3 spot is simply outstanding. There is a great belief amongst the group and everyone is playing their role. Ezekiel Turner is a star. In the U/19s, the boys improved on their first performance against Frankston YCW. In what has been a tough year on field, the boys have shown incredible character and Resilience that will put them in good stead for the coming season. Thanks again to the u/17 boys for your efforts this season playing with the U/19s and good luck in your finals campaigning beginning tomorrow. Well done to Timmy Mulholland on winning the longest kick and will represent Bonbeach in the finals for $500! Last but not least... congratulations to Kate Ackland on winning $5000 in our annual $5K draw on Sunday! Thanks to Lowey, Kate, Sue and Smitty for all your help in making it an enjoyable and successful day for the club.

Seniors Coach: Stephen Hughes Reserves Coach: Josh Bull 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30

Gavin Vassallo Mark Tyrell Gary Carpenter Nicholas Waterstone Sheldon Price James Murnane Shane McDonald (DVC) Jason Gumbleton Josh Bull Brad Sykes Justin Bennett Beau Bailey Owen Hulett (VC) Anthony Hogan Dale Donkin Trent Dennis-Lane Tom Hogan Jackson Sole Lachlan Gill-Renouf Jack Williams Lachlan Stenning Matthew Douglas Sean Campitelli Jason Ferraro Ben Casey Dylan Jones Jackson Casey(C) Ben Hogan Tim O’Shannessey

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Ezekiel Turner Jacob Flannery Todd Cracknell Max Bailey Joel Rippingale Jayden Cole Eammon MacCormack Matthew Taylor Darcy James Sam Rouette Cameron Green Nicholas Edwards Dylan Edwards Adam Nichols Damian Chabas Shane Cochrane Luke Damon Ryan Francis Sean Gales Mark Lacey (RVC) Mitch Barry (RC) CallumThompson Jake Tonkin Jack James Ashley McDonald Joel Mulholland

Under 19’s

Coach: Mark Thomas 1 Tom Reeves 2 Nathan Cochrane 3 Lachlan Stenning 5 Mason Lockett 6 Rhys Dicker 8 Declan Box 11 Taner Enez 12 Jack Wieland 13 Andrew Cochrane

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LANGWARRIN KANGAROOS Ground Lloyd Park, Cranbourne Rd, Langwarrin Mel: 103 J4 Phone 9789 4343 Colours Royal Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves Seniors Coach: Bradley Dredge Reserves Coach: Nick Bradley 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Micheal Parker Zac Andrewattha Blake Peach Brendon Casper Shane Tanirau Andrew Taylor Ash Fenech Owen Uaongo Shane Paterson Mitch Mathie Teague Reeve-Graham Nick Tuddenham Jake Milward Shelton Rosario Corey Moore Luke Churcher Dale Binks Daniel Nash Jayden Johnsen Josh Biggs Josh Johnsen Josh Buxton Gerad Brown Jack Henderson Mitchell Porter Jason Curry Sam Schaede Andrew Johnson

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Sean Herdman Joel Bateman Haydn Golby Michael Hare Mitch Cuthbert Matthew Naughton Jimmy Johnson Blake Harkness Jack Minton Nathan Palmer Jack Roberts Cody Howard Dan Riley Andrew Borrie Aaron Marks Ant O’Rouke Nick Hammill Nathan Whyte Sean Ulbrick Kieran Albanese David Reardon Jake Prosser Adam Tate Adam Eggleston Lachlan Davies

Club Notes

Bouyed by recent wins and having shown a capacity to play well in windy conditions we headed to EdiAspendale with a level of confidence. Our mighty Under 19’s got the day off to a good start, with a win. Sadly however neither of our other two teams were able to score a win. The Reserves as always tried hard , showed spirtit and had good passages of play. Our Seniors were not able to capitilise on kicking with the wind in the first qurater and found the going tough from there. The third quarter saw us fight our way back into the game with Luke Churcher having his best game of the year. Other good players included Tuddy , Kieran and Red. Overrun in the last quarter we needed to have kicked more accurately in that vital third quarter. This week we take on Y.C. lets just get out there , forget about where we are on the ladder and play with some competititve performances. Rafflle : It is vitally important that all sold raffle tickets are returned to Kev at the club. Go Langy !!!!

Under 19’s

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Coach: Chris Stanley

Kyle Allen Jordan Ross Bayde Mate Tom Rogerson Matthew Peynenborg Ethan Watts Max Watters Rhys Whiteside Liam McDonald Josh Holloway Jacob Brooker

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Shannon Read Braedon Edwards Lachlan Bayley Kye Whitford Darcey Wilson Liam O’Halloran Josh Mack Nathan Kyle Riley De Martino William Davies Bailey Tate

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Nathan Allen Jacob Allan Ayden Collins Jack Lacey Harrison Boyle Thomas Branch James Longley Bailey Smith Josh Bateman

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FRANKSTON YCW STONECATS Ground Jubilee Park Hillcrest Rd, Frankston Mel: 102 H4 Phone 9789 6398 Colours Gold, White & Black

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Well well it’s penultimate round of the season and today we do battle with Langwarrin at Lloyd Park in 7 oval and round aggot contests encompassing both genders. Today one of our heroes Craig Nankervis plays his 250th Firsts game. This recent premiership veteran becomes the 7th Stonecat to achieve this. Cheers Knackers! The windy conditions continued last week at the Bonbeach Oval. In a danger game for the Ones, we motored home in the last stanza and won by 5 goals - we’ll take that up there!! Kyle Hutch was back to his bull dozing best, Ongers was impassable and Tony L and Wags continued their consistency. The Scoobies were jumped in the first half but, to their credit, won the second half to go down by 13 pts. James Bryant continued his stellar season whilst Jack M, Viney and Mitch R were solid. The Unders hit the turf running and ran away with game. Mac Hura was best again supported by Andy Kelly, Crackers and Dylan Preston. Sully bagged another 5 The Stonekittens bounced back with a clean sweep agin the Sharks. Read later on and see how Next week (the Chelsea game) we have the John Silvester (aka “Sly of the Underworld”) lunch where he’ll provide elucidation on matters criminal. Cost includes a two course luncheon and a two hour drinks package. And a diary note is needed for Saturday Sept 23 for Big Bash#2. The rumour is that the official Lamb Ambassador will be the main entertainer. It’s a luncheon function on AFL prelim day. Another entry is Oct 28 - Presso Night

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Seniors Coach: Wayne Capp Reserves Coach: John Murphy

Christian Ongarello Byron Barry Scott Macleod(DVC) Tony Lester Jie Coghlan ( C ) Trent Cowled(RC) Ash Eames Paul Minchington Michael Debenham Sam Widdowson Anthony Barry Matthew La Fontaine Steve O’Donnell Kevin Lylak ( C ) Tom Capp Macklin Raine Ricky Morris Brenton Credlin Ryley Hodson Ben Buckley Jack Mazurek Ryan Santon David Bodley Sam Pickess Luke Paynter Anthony Bruhn Kyle Hutchison Jacob Millman Ben Wagner Angus Wright Kyle St Anne Michael Chaplin Jake Di Pasquale Luke Black

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Nick King Jack Butland Craig Nankervis Josh Butland Jack Greenwood Jacob Cheverley Brendon Marchmont Jack Matthews Mitch Rowe Tyler Sigley Jake Theobald Owen Vine Charlie Patterson James Griffiths Lucas Lee Matt Gregory Tom Delves Marco Kelso Bailey Kenter Nick Christoforou Patrick Davenport Robbie Evans Jake Lovett James Bryant Jack Keilor Brandon Lee Josh Pickess Sean Matthews Lachlan Williams Daniel Hughes Charles Coyne Lachlan Wallace Louie Brager

Under 19’s

Coach: Chris Hutchinson 1 5 6 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 21 22

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Bailey Williams Henry Vine Josh Butland( C ) Angus Wright(DVC) Shem Barry Hayden Raphael( C ) Luke Paynter(C ) Lachlan Dalziel Lachlan Street(VC) Caleb Douglas(DVC) Pat Johnstone Jarrod Sullivan

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Jacob Roberts Caleb Lewis Mackenna Hura Luke Black Sam Hatch Josh O’Toole Liam Greenwood Callen Gregory Luke Findikakis Sam Fulton Harry Lane Ben Cracknell(VC)

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Lane Meyer Liam Rossetto Dylan Preston Andrew Kelly Kobe Johnson Josh Berenger Jayden Race Angus Butler Taydon Moss

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SEAFORD TIGERS Ground R.F. Miles Oval Seaford Rd, Seaford Mel: 99 E5 Phone 9786 7895 Colours Black & Gold

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

Rourke Fischer Brayden Irving (VC) Dean Williamson Damien Rayson Aaron Turner Liam Davenport Joe Hallal Kane Taylor Dan Lewis Kyle Matthews Jackson Mockett Tom Lonie Jonathan Haidon Cam Scott Aaron Walton Kieren Shaw Mark Di Blasio Curtis Murfett Matt Andrews Matt Herbert Dylan Howlett Nick Shannon James Herbert Brad Doyle Matt McCormack Kayle Henderson Josh Stokes © Brendan Dawes Bryce Lloyd Paul Vyverberg

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Ben Howlett Taka Tohariki Tom Shaw Nick Braund Jeremy Walker Aiden Fischer Cruz Tohariki Harley Cook Haydn Legg Agape Patolo Kyle Nunn Levi Hughes Kav-aleer James Lachlan Mullin Brendan Doyle Hayden Jack Ben Duffield Sam Duffield Andrew Deacon Jack Ball Joshua Rhodes Ben Turner Julian Walton Pete McCall Mick Lee Jack Brown Jamie Smith Bailey Schmidt

Under 19’s

Coach: Peter McGuinness 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Bayden Sykes Brad Magee Tim Robbins Angus Smith Jimmy Dickson ( C ) Jai McGuinness (VC) Bayln O’Neil Ben Searle Mitch Besanko

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Ben Barlow Travis Burnham Lochlan Edwards Marcus Henderson Jake O’Dempsey Brandon Lewis Ishak Bashir Riley Maggio Mitchell Anderson

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Oscar Aust (DVC) Bailey Schmidt Cody Horrigan Caleb Lewis Isaac Nippard Brodie McLean Ayden Woodward

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Club Notes

A warm welcome to EdiAspFNC to RF Miles. To start off I wanted to thank all our loyal helpers that help put on the show each home game in 2017. In no particular order; BRAD MULVOGUE, Brad Scarpella, Tanya Mackey, Bill Mulvogue, Silver Fox Taylor, Aldo Mosca, Phil Robertson, Terry Miller, Shane Harris, Shane Miller, Paul Brown, Martin Brett, Jack Underwood, Mark Davenport, Paul Irving, Steve “Gull” Bearman, Marty Hughes, Marty Hawksiano, Trav Finch, Stephen Straughair, Robert Edgerton, Ian Beach, Brian Hunt, Mr McIntosh, Steve Scott, Steve Donnelly, Tony Scott, Shannon Hughes, Josh Bearman, Matty Harris, U19 players & officials, 2nd players & officials. To anyone I’ve missed my apologies. This is without mentioning the helpers that assist with the footy bench. On behalf of the Club Prez & Mens Football Department, THANK YOU! Special milestones on today for our exclusive “Two’s Legends” club! A very special effort to Julian Walton (200 club games) & Tom Lonie (250 club games)! Both have the utmost respect of our loyal supporters for their efforts week in week out! Also congrats to Brayden Irving on notching 100 Senior games! Braydo has shown the positive effects of what playing VFL footy has in return for Community Clubs. His input behind the scenes, at training & on the ground not only shows his class but helps develop those around him. Thanks to Nick & the team @ OUTDOOR DOMAIN Dandy for the new BBQ! #SupportthosewhoSupportUs Go TIGES

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EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE EAGLES Ground Regents Park Fourth Ave, Aspendale Mel: 92 K7 Phone 9580 9895 Colours Navy Blue & White

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Our club notes are bought to you by the leading catering company on the peninsula. For your next function or event contact the great people at FRANKSTON INTERNATIONAL CATERING. http://www.frankstoninternational.com.au/ Another great win by the seniors sees us a game clear in 3rd on the ladder. The boys are playing good footy as we head towards the finals. We spread the goals around and kicked away with 7 goals in the last quarter. Best players were C. Wylie, T. Mannix, S. Mannix, M. Bussey, J. Hickey. The reserves got the points after so many close games. Good to see the boys sing it loud after the game and enjoy the frothies after. Best players were L. Brodie, Z. Bailey, M. Byrnes, J. O’Neill, T. Turner. The 19’s had a chance to go a game clear but fell 8 points short and need to win the last 2 games to stay in the top 5. Better players were L. McKay, M. Allen, C. Neale, C. Ak, H. Dale, W. Barron. ***UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS *** Final Home Game Luncheon - 19th August Regents Park 12.00 noon start Guest speaker - Corey McKernan For full details visit our club events section @ www.easc.com.au

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

Brendan Neville Billy Flavelle Jeremy Heys Stephen Miller Matthew Clark Joel Martello Tom Turner Andrew Luxa Liam McKay Brad Lagenberg Lochie O’Connor Liam Harris Steven Mannix (Capt) Tim Mannix Dermot Cleary Callan Van Dyke Brent Bowden Brock Downie Jake O’Neil Mick Meehan (VC) Jake Nash Chris Wylie Michael Bussey Dan McCarthy Charile Martello Elliot Macquire Tom Burley Max Byrnes Lochie Brodie Nic Carlon

Ryan Morris Angus Macquire Bradley Tagg Lachlan Foley Mark Mullins (VC) Mark Greenwood Zack Bailey Mick Fiore James Watterson Craig Wray Craig Wilson Darcy Warke Sam Carlon Rhett Moor Troy Brown Oscar Richards Todd Woodbridge Tim Bottrill Hayden Newham Tim Yeowart Jordan Davey Anthony Pearson Lucas Taylor Justin Chant Kevin Mulcahy Taylor McRae Christian Mascali Joel Dalton

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Coach: Omar Ak

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Lochie Busch (VC) James Hickey Matt Mascali Vince Kovaic Ben Ward Nathan Gaunt Mitch Allan Campbell Ak Zack O’Neill Ryde Love-Linay Adam Rose Tristan Harris

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Tyler Brodie Cameron Neale (C) Harry Flavelle Ryan Francis Matthew Rouget Ethan Hersey-Kilner Zeke Jazownik Sam McRae Bryce Radford

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MORNINGTON BULLDOGS Ground Alexandra Park Main St, Mornington Mel: 104 E12 Phone 5977 0074 Colours Blue, Red & White

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

Jackson Calder Ryan Smith Chris Baker Jai Haddock Xavier Barry-Murphy Stuart Seager Josh Halsall Joel Miller Rhys Healy Emilio Bitters Broden Bird Kalen Bird Louis Astorino Michael MacGowan Thomas Taylor Dale Whelan Travis Young Lachlan Hewitt Josh Hutchison William Goosey Peter McGettigan Lachlan Susovich Quinn Christy Ashley Williams Michael Gay Brendan DeRuyter Jake Smart Josh Brown Connor Cowan Jack Wells

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Brad Harvey Kane Paley Warwick Miller Sam Dalzeil James Matthews Jack Riley Brett McCleary Sam Wright Leigh Craig Zac Norman Jason Gardiner Nathan Abbott Troy Kirwan James Turnbull Connor Mara Jackson Weyne Luke Fitzsimmons Kyle Bird Corey Robinson Mason Crossley Leigh Sevcik Ben Hill Josh Brown Jacob Brown Leith Pellisser

Club Notes

Today we welcome Mt Eliza FNC to the kennel for our last home game of the season. Last week’s against Chelsea the senior game was a ripper, it was one of the games that supporters love, when Mick McGowan kicked a goal with a minute left on the clock the crowd went wild & we hit the front and ran out victors by 1 solitary goal. Josh Brown was great all day on a half back flank, while Warrick and Joel Miller continued their fantastic seasons, the big Wok finished with 4 majors. The Ressies gave it their all but could get over Chelsea. Scotty Doran was best a field with support from Jackson Weyne & Kyle Bird. It will be a battle against 2nd on the ladder Mt Eliza but they boys will give it their best. The Pups had a solid first half of footy that had us controlling the game and after half time the game opened up allowing us to have a convincing win and a good % win. At the other end of the ladder sits Mt Eliza today and we are looking forward to the challenge. A win today will consolidate us in the top 5 and playing finals so make sure you get behind the boys. Only one to go next week where we are away to EdiAsp then it’s back to the club for the $10,000 draw afterwards. Tickets still available & on sale today, so make sure you get your ticket as you have to be in it to win it! Good Luck to all teams today Go Doggies WOOF WOOF

Under 19’s Coach: Neil Craig

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Broden Bird Tom Crimmins Kyle Bleazby Connah Carter Lochlan Merriner Connor Hoetzel Kalen Bird Jackson Poole Finley Shaw Harry Bould Bailey Westbrook

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Jayson Corbett Hayden Anderson Jacob Rowler Tom Wisneske Oliver Walsh Luke O’Connor Jack Crawford Lachlan Gorka Tim Susovich Brayden Webber Luke Ambler

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Tom Garrett Lachlan Sweetman Josh Small Josh Carter Austin Lothian Ryan Rose Sam Mourney Lachlan Mitchell Luke O’Sullivan Scott Hutchins Lachlan Hewitt

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MT ELIZA RED LEGS Ground Emil Madsen Reserve Wooralla Dve, Mt Eliza Mel: 105 G10 Phone 5978 8308 Colours Navy Blue & Red

Seniors & Reserves

Club Notes

Today we congratulate Ben Landry on his 150th and MEFNC Life Membership game. Langers started with the Junior Club in 1998, making his Senior debut in the last round of 2009. An accomplished left footer and hard working mid fielder, he missed the ‘13 and ‘14 seasons, whilst playing in Queensland. He returned in 2015 and has missed just 7 games in nearly 6 full seasons with the Redlegs. Good luck today Langers! Last week we took on Karingal and took the points in all games. Once again in blustery conditions, the Unders won narrowly. The first quarter was even but we kicked with the wind in the 2nd and held a 3 goal lead at 1/2 time. We led by just 3 points at the last change and in a hard fought final term the boys hung on to a 5 point win. Best were Max Rea, Jimmy Logan, Smally (Back from the Seniors), Oscar, Ricey & Jacko. The Reserves led by 5 goals at 1/4 time with the wind and by 6 at 1/2 time, restricting Karingal to just 1 goal. A 7.12 to 0.1 last half saw us back on the winners list by 89. Nugget booted 3 and Wetters and Buzz two apiece. Other better players were Josh Curren, Chesty, Ben Whitfort and Smaley. The Senior game started as a low scoring affair 1.6 to 2.0 in the 1st and we trailed by 3 points at 1/2 time. We kicked 6 goals to 1 in the 3rd to lead by 22 at 3/4 time. We kicked the first couple of the last to extend the margin to 5+ goals, before they kicked the last couple to reduce the margin to 20 points. Gorms booted 3 & Cappy & McKinnon a couple each, with other best players being Lombo, Stricko, Heasa, Lill & Tenno. Another big game today against the Dogs as we look to retain the Vosti Shield. Social: Well done to Megs and her team for putting on another great Ladies Lunch last week and thanks to all those in attendance. Thanks to Carl Gwynne for arranging the Auction held last night and to MC Mark Fine from SEN - Hopefully the Club made a few $$. Sponsor of the Week: Southern Timber Floors Mornington (03 5973 6936) - Thanks to Premiership player Ben Lawson for his support in 2017. Redleg #20

Seniors Coach: Troy Shannon Reserves Coach: Damien Kent 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

David Barton Ryland Cranwell Damien Kent Jordan Capkin Harper Leonard Shaun Knott Robbie Turnbull Shane Tennant Sam Wettenhall Grant Goodall Justin Van Unen Sam Gill Darren Booth Jay Neratzoglou Callum Armstrong Matt Lillie Brett O’Hanlon Daniel Gormley Tim Groot Ben Landry Liam Berry Karl Lombardozzi Tim Strickland Anthony Cleary Aaron Dunne Chris Cleary Josh Curren Sam Danks Matt Hill

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Dion Jackson Sam Howell Matt Pascazio James Anwyl Riley Bourke Joel Cheston Ben Whitford Nick McKinnon Harry Smith Lucas Brancatisano John Ristrom Jem Thorn Brodie Shaw Riley Thorpe Matt Brancatisano Will Mace Jack Nugent Zal White Brenton Lambert Nathan Ryan Rohan Heasley Mitch Anwyl Nick Strickland Kieran Rice Trent Radin Luke Daniel Aaron McIlroy Lyndon Curtis

Under 19’s

Coach: Steve Brattle 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

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Benjamin Farish Tom Small Harrison Scott Ben Webster Iain Campbell Lachlan Young Zane Hill Jack Knox Ryan Morrison Max Rea Oscar Craig Jack Barry Lachlan Fewster

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Mason Dewit Samuel Hallpike Ben McKenzie Beau Galley Harry Hawkins Nelson Forrest Niall Snooks Kurt Thiele Callan Rice Aaron Jackson Harry Cameron Daniel House Nat Turner

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Good sports don’t let their mates drink and drive.

Fixture

Round 1 - Saturday 8th April Round 7 - Indigenous Round Round 13 - Saturday 15th July Bonbeach 7.10.52 vs Pines 10.9.69 Saturday 27th May Bonbeach 12.15.87 vs Mt Eliza 9.8.62 Chelsea 5.7.37 vs Edi Asp 13.12.90 Bonbeach 14.7.91 vs Mornington 10.5.65 Edi Asp 17.15.117 vs Chelsea 12.13.85 Langwarrin 5.15.45 vs Karingal 8.8.56 Edi Asp 12.10.82 vs Seaford 16.17.113 Karingal 10.11.71 vs Langwarrin 7.11.53 Mornington 11.9.75vs F’ston YCW 14.13.97 F’ston YCW 13.13.91 vs Langwarrin 6.10.46 Pines 6.5.41 vs Frankston YCW 14.11.95 Mt Eliza vs Seaford 7.10.52 initiative Karingal 7.7.49 vs Mt Eliza Seaford 8.13.61 vs Mornington 16.9.105 A10.14.74 RoadSafe Victoria supported by19.12.126 VicRoads and VCFL Pines 21.12.138 vs Chelsea 10.9.69 Round 2 - Easter Round Round 14 - Saturday 22nd July Good Friday 14th April Round 8 - Quit Round Chelsea 6.12.48 vs Langwarrin 8.12.60 Edi Asp 6.12.48 vs Bonbeach 10.11.71 Saturday 3rd June Frankston YCW 7.8.50 vs Seaford 7.4.46 Frankston YCW 10.14.74 vs Mt Eliza 6.8.44 Chelsea 7.9.49 vs F’ston YCW 15.15.105 Karingal 3.7.25 vs Edi Asp 9.9.63 Easter Saturday 15th April Edi Asp 12.22.94 vs Karingal 6.7.43 Mornington 5.11.41 vs Bonbeach 10.12.72 Karingal 11.7.73 vs Mornington 14.13.97 Mornington 12.23.95 vs Langwarrin 4.8.32 Mt Eliza 7.17.59 vs Pines 7.14.56 Seaford 19.18.132 vs Chelsea 7.8.50 Mt Eliza 7.11.53 vs Bonbeach 12.8.80 Pines 13.20.98 vs Langwarrin 2.7.19 Seaford 15.8.98 vs Pines 17.13.115 Round 15 - Saturday 29th July Multicultural Round Round 3 - Anzac Round Queens Birthday Weekend Frankston YCW 9.11.65 vs Karingal 8.5.53 Saturday 22nd April Saturday 10th June Langwarrin 7.10.52 vs Mornington 7.7.49 Bonbeach 17.17.119 vs Chelsea 10.5.65 Chelsea 11.6.72 vs Bonbeach 19.9.123 Pines 9.14.68 vs Edi Asp 16.15.111 Edi Asp 12.9.81 vs Pines 18.16.124 Seaford 10.15.75 vs Mt Eliza 8.13.61 Langwarrin 8.8.56 vs Seaford 17.13.115 Round 9 - Saturday 17th June Sunday 23rd April Bonbeach 22.14.146 vs Karingal 5.5.35 Round 16 - Saturday 5th August Karingal 10.7.67 vs F’ston YCW 17.8.110 Chelsea 11.4.70 vs Mornington 12.13.85 Bonbeach 5.9.39 vs F’ston YCW 10.10.70 Tuesday 25th April Langwarrin 9.11.65 vs Edi Asp 17.12.114 Edi Asp 16.13.109 vs Langwarrin 5.18.48 Mt Eliza 15.20.110 vs Mornington 8.2.50 Pines 10.9.69 vs Mt Eliza 11.11.77 Mornington 11.16.82 vs Chelsea 10.16.76 Seaford 11.5.71 vs F’ston YCW 17.21.123 Mt Eliza 12.10.82 vs Karingal 9.8.62 Round 4 - Saturday 29th April Pines 6.11.47 vs Seaford 7.11.53 Bonbeach 12.11.83 vs Langwarrin 8.8.56 Round 10 - Saturday 24th June Chelsea 10.10.70 vs Mt Eliza 9.10.64 F’ston YCW 10.9.69 vs Edi Asp 14.13.97 Round 17 - Saturday 12th August F’ston YCW 9.15.69 vs Pines 6.6.42 Langwarrin 5.8.38 vs Bonbeach 17.8.110 Chelsea vs Pines Mornington 14.13.97 vs Edi Asp 17.12.114 Mornington 9.9.63 vs Pines 18.9.117 Karingal vs Bonbeach Seaford 17.21.123 vs Karingal 9.10.64 Mt Eliza 11.16.82 vs Chelsea 8.4.52 Langwarrin vs Frankston YCW Karingal 9.9.63 Seaford 12.14.86 Seaford vs Edi Asp If you’re going tovshave a few drinks, Round 5 - Umpire Round Sunday 13th August plan ahead and arrange a ride with a Saturday 6th May Round 11 - Saturday 1st July Mornington vs Mt Eliza designated It’s driver – to someone Chelsea 7.14.56 vs Karingal 8.5.53 ok not be Ok who’s Edi Asp 12.5.77 vs F’ston YCW 16.15.111 not drinking Edi Asp 10.12.72 vs Mt Eliza 17.17.119 Round 18 - Saturday 19th August or who’s responsibly Langwarrin 4.10.34 vs Mt Eliza 11.13.79 F’ston YCW 15.16.106 vs Mornington 6.6.42 Bonbeach vs Seaford sticking to light. Pines 13.14.92 vs Mornington 1.5.11 Karingal 12.7.79 vs Chelsea 16.8.104 Edi Asp vs Mornington Seaford 12.14.86 vs Bonbeach 3.10.28 Pines 16.5.101 vs Bonbeach 10.6.66 Frankston YCW vs Chelsea Good12.14.86 sportsvsdon’t let their Seaford Langwarrin 10.17.77 Mt Eliza vs Langwarrin AFL Victoria Championships Pines vs Karingal mates drink and drive. Saturday 13th May Round 12 - Pink Round Geelong FNL 16.9.105 v MPNFL 11.17.83 Saturday 8th July FINALS Bonbeach 7.7.49 vs Edi Asp 12.11.83 Sunday 27th August - EF & QF A RoadSafe Victoria initiative supported by VicRoads and VCFL Round 6 - Saturday 20th May Chelsea 14.12.96 vs Seaford 14.7.91 Sunday 3rd September - 1st & 2nd SF F’ston YCW 9.9.63 vs Bonbeach 12.17.89 Langwarrin 5.6.36 vs Pines 13.15.93 Karingal 9.9.63 vs Pines 17.16.118 Mornington 21.14.140 vs Karingal 9.6.60 Sunday 10th September - PF Langwarrin 9.5.59 vs Chelsea 14.10.94 Mt Eliza 7.5.47 vs Frankston YCW 8.11.59 Sunday 17th September - GF Mornington 13.12.90 vs Seaford 18.9.117 Mt Eliza 8.9.57 vs Edi Asp 8.17.65

Plan ahead, on and off the field

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Stingrays Stingrays dominate, Pioneers fly away with the wind… The Dandenong Southern Stingrays completely blew away their opposition in its 89-point win against the Bendigo Pioneers on Saturday, which was played at Shepley Oval, Dandenong. The highly-rated Stingrays took up the challenge early, kicking with a howling wind to have the game won by the end of the first quarter, leading 51 to 0. Stingray’s coach Craig Black said the effort was nearly the best he had seen this year, something he and his players should be proud of.” “Our 17-year-old players lead the way on the day with effort, along with a few top age players, the team effort across the board was at the level required to play finals,” Black said. “We spoke after the game, that we are only a few games away the end of the home and away season and to play finals as a club we need depth of players in good form.” “Last week was really disappointing, as we let a few small things we rate ourselves on slip. We spoke to the players on Tuesday about effort, that it isn’t talent related but probably the thing that lost us the game.” “The TAC Cup is a development competition, today Bendigo played two 16-year old’s and a majority of 17year old’s for their development for season 2018- we also looked at the list for next year with 16-year-old Jarryd Barker playing his first game, along with seven 17-year old’s,” Black finished with. Captain Josh Bateman could walk away knowing he contributed on the day, with highly fancied 19-year old’s Tom Murphy and Mason deWit having solid games playing in numerous roles. Hunter Clark continued his excellent form taking best afield honours once again, whilst kicking a couple of goals along the way. Clark was superbly feed by 17-yearold dual Rucks in Riley Bowan and Bailey Williams all around the ground, with Williams once again soaring to the starts taking a huge hanger in the last quarter. Both 17 year olds are growing in confidence and ability, which may be scary for the teams yet to face the Stingrays in the coming weeks. Goals came through multiple goal kickers with the standout forward being Riley D’Arcy (4 goals) with his hand in many others along the way. D’Arcy has slowly been returning to his savage best after his mid-season appendicitis that saw him miss the opportunity to possibly represent Vic Country. There were 7 multiple goal kickers, with 10 individual players making up the season high score for the Stingrays- 5 of those being bottom age players. Bailey Williams kicked off the goals after 2 minutes of play in the 1st quarter, which started the procession of goals coming through Jamie Plumridge, Jai Nanscawen, Fin Bayne, Riley D’Arcy, Mitch Cotter and on the siren to Tom Murphy which saw the Stingrays lead 51 to 0.

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The second quarter Black has prepared his team knowing the Pioneers would take their turn to hit the scoreboard, but the first inside 50 entry went to the Stingrays with 16-year-old Jarryd Barker kicking his first TAC Cup goal, which was quickly followed by another major to Jai Nanscawen. The Pioneers did take their turn and were peppering away before kicking truly and gaining three goals for the quarter, whilst the Stingrays added two courtesy of Mitropoulos and D’Arcy before the siren sounded giving the Stingrays a comfortable 56-point lead. The challenge was set to play four quarters of football at the long break, but wayward kicking and a revitalised Pioneers spirit saw the Stingrays kick six goals with the fierce breeze. They didn’t achieve what they wanted to do as they did in the first quarter in aiming to keep the Pioneers scoreless as they conceded 2 goals, but still won the quarter on the scoreboard extending the half time margin to 81 points. A lot of Stingrays magnets were thrown around at the last break, seeing Angus Paterson going for a run in the Ruck showing his more than capable of that position if needed. The trend continued with the Stingrays kicking the first goal to start the game, through Fin Bayne. This sparked Bendigo which saw them get back to back goals. The momentum was quickly stopped again with the game going into lock down mode which eventually saw the Stingrays walk away with the win, as well as achieving a four-quarter effort. The Dandenong Southern Stingrays next assignment is against Greater Western Region Rebels in two weeks’ time with a competition bye this coming weekend for the Vic Country Under 17 trial games. The Rebels game will be played at 3.30pm at Mars Stadium, Ballarat on Sunday August 20th, which is part of a triple header for AFL Victoria’s TAC Cup. Dandenong Stingrays 7.9-51 11.11-77 17.14-116 20.18-138 Bendigo Pioneers 0. 0.0 3.3-21 5.5-35 7.7-49 DANDENONG STINGRAYS Goal Kickers: Riley D’’Arcy 4, Fin Bayne 3, Jai Nanscawen 2, Frankie Mitropoulos 2, Hunter Clark 2, Jamie Plumridge 2, Tom Murphy 2, Bailey Williams, Mitch Cotter, Jarryd Barker Best Players: Hunter Clark, Riley D’Arcy, Jai Taylor, Riley Bowman, Bailey Williams, Josh Bateman

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Presentation night When: October 21 Where: Frankston RSL Time: 7:00 o’clock for a 7:30pm start Dress code: NO DENIM

Umpire profile Name – Josh Chenoweth Why did you get into umpiring? – Loved footy and needed to lose a few kilos. Years umpired. – 7 years Nickname – Cheno Favourite band – Powderfinger Greatest umpiring moment. – Besides 2014 Nepean senior grand final. Being run over by a bus driven by a mate who will remain nameless at Red Hill last year.

Cost: Free to all members of the SUA, $60 for all non members Always a good night and great way to reflect upon the year... Tickets will be available at both Fountain Gate and Seaford in coming weeks. Should you have any questions regarding any of these upcoming events please feel free to contact the events team: Matt Craig - eventscp.sua@gmail.com

Umpiring inspiration. – Brett Chard just ticks all the boxes. Stay in Touch

Upcoming events End of season frat party When: Saturday August 19. Where: Seaford rooms Time: 7:00 start straight back to the Seaford rooms after your game Cost: $10 per head.

Stay in touch with all information about Southern Umpires Association (SUA) by following or adding us on social media. Twitter: Search for @SouthernUmpires and follow us; Facebook: Search for Southern Umpires Association and like our page; Instagram: Search for @ SouthernUmpires and follow us for exclusive pictures; and TeamApp: add the TeamApp on your smart phone and search for the Southern Umpires Association.

A great chance to have a end of season catch up before kick starting the finals series and tell a story or two from season 2017, Bar will be open on the night, of course sale of alcoholic beverages to those members 18 and over only.... See you all there! Watch this space for further details on this event....

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Netball Preview Peninsula Netball Preview –

Seaford V Edi Asp

Round 17 2017

This week it is 2 v 3 when the Tigers take on the Eagles. Both teams won their respective games last week and two weeks out from finals – this is an important one. We know one thing – it will be an excellent game of netball to watch!

Chelsea V Pines The rest this week for the Pythons while their D, C & B squads head to Rowans Road to take on the Seagals. Chelsea are sitting fifth in B grade this season and are competing nicely – no doubt they will field an A grade side in 2018

Karingal V Bonbeach Karingal are at home at the Bullpit this week and welcome Bonbeach. Last week the Bulls knocked Mt Eliza out of the top four while the Sharks took a heavy loss against Frankston YCW. The Bulls should win this one convincingly.

Mornington V Mt Eliza Battle of the neighbours this week when the Doggies take on the Mounties and there is a lot at stake. A loss to Karingal last week saw Mt Eliza out of the four – while Mornington snuck on in by percentage. Both sitting on the same amount of points – this fight is to keep finals dreams alive.

Langwarrin V Frankston YCW Langwarrin only lost narrowly last week to Edi Asp while YC were victorious over the Sharks by 27 goals. This week is is 6 V 7 and with pride on the line – both teams will be hungry for the win.

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Netball Notes Pines Pythonettes

Mt Eliza Red Legs

Last week saw us taking on the Tigerettes at our home court at Eric Bell Reserve. Our D grade girls knew we would have a close game and it didn’t disappoint. Our girls coming home with the win by 1 goal. BOC was a whole team effort. C grade score didn’t reflect how we thought the girls played. Some great plays down the court but our girls need to have a belief in their abilities and the confidence that they can match it with most teams. BOC Ash Guganovic. B grade came out firing and were determined to get the win this week after drawing last time against Seaford. A good result going our way with everyone putting in and having a crack. BOC Carla Hendry. Our A grade are pushing teams each week and making them earn their wins. They have improved immensely from last encounter and even though struggling with injuries we don’t give up. BOC Ashlee Boyle. This week just the 3 grades against Chelsea with A grade having a rest. Go Pythonettes

Mornington Bulldogs

The B grade squad are putting in a wonderful effort each week considering we only have 5 of the original team able to take the court due to injuries. Coming up against Chelsea is always a difficult task when they are not fielding an A grade side, they have strong – potentially A Grade players – littered throughout their team. But the Doggies are an impressive unit and gave a stellar effort regardless. Sarah Williams, Brigette Bell-Towers and Lara Sumner were once again welcome inclusions from C grade proving the step up from C grade is possible and shows the wonderful depth of our club. C grade had a great win today. We came back stronger and smarter from last weeks loss. It was mostly an enjoyable game to sit back and watch. Best on was Jacqui Eastgate. Rotating through goals and WA. Super game and well done Alex Shorthouse who also had an impressive game especially out on the wing. We won’t make finals but we will finish this season a strong and developed team. An impressive win by D Grade. This team continues to improve and impress. Best on was Steph, rotating through goals and the centre court, endless tips and intercepts with alot resulting in turnovers. Sam, also yet again went from goals to defence making an impact at both ends. We are still fighting for finals, with 2 games left, we need to nail both of them. Good Luck to all team today Go Doggies WOOF WOOF

It’s always a good competitive day with high quality netball coming up against Karingal & last week was no different. D GRADE got the day off to a great start. Determined to secure their finals spot the D grade girls came out firing with plenty of skill in show. Krystal has been dominating down in defence & Sam C added some great strategic play through the mid court this week. The girls moved the ball well down court & have really hit form at the right time. They took a 10 goal win (36-26) & are now 1 game clear in the top 4. C GRADE started slow, but built as the game went on, Steph did a great job both from an attacking & defensive perspective while it was great to have Sam back on court. Mandy took some great intercepts this week & was out hunting for majority of the game. The girls just fell short however going down by 5 goals (46-41), they now sit 3rd on the ladder. B GRADE were competitive for half the game this week, but just could not get a run on. Without a bench the straight 7 players worked hard, but just could not string together a whole quarter of quality play going down 59-34. Jamie played well this week while Di was strong in defence also. B grade sit 4th & are 3 games clear. A GRADE started slow but led at the first break 14 v 14, up until half time they really took it up to the Bulls. The Bulls high profile line up however was too good in the end with the Redlegs going down 47-65. Currently 5th on percentage we will be looking to secure 4th spot next week.

Langwarrin Kangaroos Round 16 saw us journey to Dingley to take on Edi-Asp. The conditions were very windy to say the least, and with all sides being undermanned we still had confidence in our girls to put up a fight. It was a top of the table clash in D grade with Edi-Asp proving to strong, taking the win. Although our girls fought hard they took a lot away from the battle to regroup and hopefully meet the during finals. C grade was a intense battle, with a few girls out sick we relied on a few top up players from D grade and they didn’t disappoint. A really solid 4 quarter performance saw us take the win against extremely tough opponents. B grade, last time we came up against Edi-Asp, they beat us quite convincingly by 39 goals. It was the same result but different story with our young B grade side only going down by 15 goals. It just goes to show that our young girls are going in the right direction. A grade was a great battle, although again missing regular players, we fought hard all day, and were right in it, but unfortunately an on court injury in the 3rd quarter to our young defender Emily saw her sidelined for the rest of the game. We continued to fight hard but couldn’t take the lead and eventually going down by 5 goals to last years premiers. It is really good to see the improvement of all sides on the weekend. Next week we take on YCW at home. We expect, again, all grades will be a great battle! Go Roos

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Netball Notes Frankston YCW StoneKittens

Seaford Tigers

Lyshae Barry made club history being the first ever player to play 100 senior games on Saturday and her team mates were determined to get her a win. The second quarter the girls were able to break away a bit applying exceptional circle defence keeping the opposition to just 3 goals. The team never tooktheir foot off and continued to play short and sharp and showed patience enabling conversion of turnovers. BOC goes to Boults who absolutely dominated in defence! B grade girls also had a solid 44 goal win. The team set themselves several goals and managed to achieve one completely and others partly. There was awesome defensive effort not only in the goal circle but all over the court keeping Bonbeach to 6 or less goals each quarter. BOC goes to Liv once again whosetretch and pressure over the shot was second to none. C grade girls worked very hard today in what was a tough day at the office! There was some great play across the whole court. The defensive pressure was strong against a tall shooter and the mid court worked hard to get the ball into the ring for conversion. BOC goes to Max for her continued effort in GK. D grade also had another outstanding win with attackers having more success with fast, accurate passes to goalers and lots more communications on court. BOC goes to Sophie for a solid defensive game with a ridiculous amount of rebounds, intercepts and tips! What a great way to celebrate a great milestone with 4 wins against Bonbeach!

Rd 16 - Tiges v Snakes A round of mixed emotions. We thought it would be nice for both teams to have the winning feeling and we split it evenly giving 2 wins to each club. Our D grade girls had a fierce match but unfortunately went down by just 1. C grade were up next and came through with the goods. Shout out to Maddie Hart from our junior club Cameos, who filled in for c grade and certainly held her own with both teams commenting on her dominance in the goal ring. B grade had a see-saw game. We were level at 3/4 time but fell asleep in the last whilst the Pines girls Usain Bolted it to the finish line. But all that matters is we had fun and we will take that positive spirit into our last two games and hopefully build our team confidence for 2018. A grade made it hard work for themselves but snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. The say the 3rd quarter is the premiership quarter and without our 12 goal turn around we would of been in strife. A game like this was necessary finals prep for the girls to prove to ourselves we are capable of pulling ourselves out of any hole we dig. While I wish I could say the girls spent many hours at the shops buying their “costumes” for Bogan Bingo on Saturday, most just wore things out of our every day wardrobe.. This week we take on Edi. Our netty finals hope lay with our A grade girls who this week will fight for that 2nd spot on the ladder. Grit your teeth and dig deep girls! GO TIGES!!

Chelsea Seagulls

It was a lovely, sunny, crisp morning when we matched up to Mornington in round 16 last week. D grade had a very disapointing loss. We started off strong, however Mornigton were just too good and used our many turnovers to their advantage. A big shout out to Emily Close who played her last game for us before her move interstate. We will miss having you on court Em and we wish you the best of luck!!! The c grade girls entered the game on a high and were ready to play. Mornington pushed them to a 2 point lead at first break. The second quarter saw Mornington fly out to a 9 point lead where a huge change had to be made. Sallie was a key change into defence and made their skilled goaler work for the ball. Lexie also played a ripper game in goals. Sadly, however, Mornington were the better side on the day. B Grade girls got off to another flyer. It was nice for the girls to prove they are just as strong when the team needs to shuffle positions. Dana’s goals were on point. Lisa was best on today with her perfect passes down the court and into the ring! Great to get the win! We’re looking forward to Round 17. All three netballs teams are hungry for another win against the Pines!

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Edithvale - Aspendale Eagles The Information Potential Pty Ltd Round 17 v Seaford. Thank you to Information Potential Pty Ltd for sponsoring this round of netball! Information Potential is a fantastic sponsor, who has been supporting our club since 2010! They offer outstanding systems integration solutions in a cost effective and timely manner so for all your IT needs, please contact John or Julian on 9647-6500. Last week Dingley turned on the winds for us as we welcomed the Roo Girls to windy hollow. The conditions didn’t dampen the spirit on court though as all four games were fantastic contests. Once again we came away with three good wins from four, with C grade being over taken in the last quarter to lose by 2 goals. Over the last six weeks we have battled with major injuries, sickness & holidays & even our coaching staff have been away for two weeks! This week we welcome back most players & coaches & just as well as we play a season defining round against Seaford at Linen House. At least it won’t be windy but we do expect some fantastic netball as the Tigers are roaring so make sure you’re court side to give the girls some vocal support! On the Social scene Molly & Emily are in full swing organising the year end festivities while our Presentation Night date will be set soon. Good luck to all Eagle teams playing this weekend! Soar Eagles!!

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Netball Notes Karingal Bullettes

Last week we headed to Toorak College to take on Mt Eliza. Each squad knew they were in for tough games and D grade started off as just that. The girls were neck and neck with the Redlegs until half time when Mt Eliza took control and a healthy lead. Gab did extremely well in GS for a defender. Briony was best on in the other goaling position. Disappointing loss and finals hope is out the window. C grade narrowly beat Mt Eliza the last time they met and were prepared for another close one. They started off in explosive fashion again - Dani and Steph were not missing anything while the youngsters in the mid court provided a lot of drive. Elise moved into GK for the final quarter and teamed up with Mel proving to be unstoppable. A nice win! B grade was far more comfortable - taking away a nice victory! Emily and birthday girl Nadine were flawless while as always the silent assassin Mel proved unbeatable as did BBM. After a rocky start to this season and so many girls playing double games, this squad has really gelled. A grade took on fourth on the ladder and another win for the day also keeping this team in top position on the ladder. An excellent 18 goal victory. This week we are at home and take on Bonbeach. Last home game for the season! Don’t forget our frat / cocktail party at the clubrooms later on ladies! #GOBULLS #REDWHITEBOOM

Bonbeach Sharks *to be read to the tune of Part of Your World from The Little Mermaid* Look at Bonbeach, Aren’t we just neat? Wouldn’t you think our local club is complete? Wouldn’t you think we’re the club, The club that has everything? Look at Theresa, Coach Manders too How many positions can these players hold? Looking around at the function you think, Sure, Bonny’s got everything We’ve got Alison’s and Emma’s a plenty We’ve got shooters and mid court galore You want short players? We’ve got twenty! But next year, Twenty-eighteen We want tall! We’re gonna be where edi-asp are, We’re gonna beat, gonna beat those strong teams Walking around with one of those-what do you call ‘em? Oh-flags! Singin’ your blues, you don’t get too far Teamwork’s required for winning netty Playing our game along a- what’s that word again? Oh- court

Onwards and up, on to next year On our new outside courts in the sun Come down and see, bet you wish you could be Part of Bonny #weout #finsup

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Results Football

Netball

SENIORS

a grade

Edi-Asp 16.13.109 def 5.18.48 Langwarrin Mornington 11.16.82 def 10.16.76 Chelsea Mt Eliza 12.10.82 def 9.8.62 Karingal Pines 6.11.47 def by 7.11.53 Seaford Bonbeach 5.9.39 def by 10.10.70 F’ston YCW

22 def by 49 33 def 28 47 def by 65 36 def by 48

Bonbeach Edi-Asp Mornington Mt Eliza Pines

20 def by 64 42 def 27 26 def by 53 34 def by 59 40 def 29

Bonbeach Edi-Asp Mornington Mt Eliza Pines

44 def by 58 30 def by 32 43 def 29 41 def by 46 25 def by 45

Bonbeach Edi-Asp Mornington Mt Eliza Pines

15 def by 40 33 def 13 39 def 15 36 def 26 19 def 18

F’ston YCW Langwarrin Karingal Seaford

b grade

RESERVES Edi-Asp 8.13.61 def 6.4.40 Langwarrin Mornington 7.8.50 def by 13.13.91 Chelsea Mt Eliza 13.20.98 def 1.3.9 Karingal Pines 2.13.25 def by 5.6.36 Seaford Bonbeach 8.8.56 def 7.1.43 F’ston YCW

UNDER 19 Edi-Asp 7.10.52 def by 9.6.60 Langwarrin Mornington 23.17.155 def 1.4.10 Chelsea Mt Eliza 6.8.44 def 5.9.39 Karingal Pines 7.9.51 def by 13.13.91 Seaford Bonbeach 4.1.25 def by 17.18.120 F’ston YCW

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Bonbeach Edi-Asp Mt Eliza Pines Mornington - Bye

F’ston YCW Langwarrin Chelsea Karingal Seaford

c grade F’ston YCW Langwarrin Chelsea Karingal Seaford

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Footy Stats “HOT SHOT” Leading Goal kicker

Club Championships Football Club

seniors

Snrs Res U19 Total

F’ston YCW 42 18 13 73 Mt Eliza 27 28 13.5 68.5 Seaford 30 30 7 67 Bonbeach 33 22 3 58 Edi-Asp 33 12 10 55 Pines 30 18 0.5 48.5 Mornington 18 7 10 35 Chelsea 15 13 2 30 Langwarrin 6 8 13 27 Karingal 6 4 8 18

Player

Club

G

T

Trent Dennis-Lane Aaron Edwards Tim Bongetti Justin Van Unen Joshua Butland Peter McGettigan Kieran Albanese Michael Meehan Matthew McCormack Jackson Calder

Bonbeach Pines Pines Mt Eliza F’ston YCW Mornington Langwarrin Edi-Asp Seaford Mornington

3 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

54 54 45 41 41 35 33 32 29 26

reserves netball Team

A B C D T

Karingal 45 30 14 9 98 Edi-Asp 39 26 11 16 92 Mt Eliza 30 20 11 11 72 F’ston YCW 15 26 12.5 11 64.5 Mornington 30 11 6.5 10 57.5 Langwarrin 24 11 10.5 12 57.5 Seaford 39 7 4 2 52 Chelsea 0 14 5.5 3 22.5 Pines 6 11 0 3 20 Bonbeach 9 2 4 2 17

Player

Club

G

T

Michael Chaplin Thomas Lonie Max Bailey Bradley Wakeling Rhys Chalkley Corey Peele Jack Nugent Dale Donkin Jake O’Neill Timothy Strickland

F’ston YCW Seaford Bonbeach F’ston YCW Pines Chelsea Mt Eliza Bonbeach Edi-Asp Mt Eliza

3 1 0 1 0 0 3 3 0 0

32 27 21 19 18 18 17 16 16 15

under 19

combined Club

S

Edi-Asp Mt Eliza F’ston YCW Karingal Langwarrin Seaford Mornington Bonbeach Pines Chelsea

11 6 10 13 13 11 16 80 9 14 13.5 10 10 11 11 78.5 14 9 13 5 13 12.5 11 77.5 2 2 8 15 15 14 9 65 2 4 13 8 5.5 10.5 12 55 10 15 7 13 3.5 4 2 54.5 6 3.5 10 10 5.5 6.5 10 51.5 11 11 3 3 1 4 2 35 10 9 0.5 2 5.5 0 3 30 5 6.5 2 0 7 5.5 3 29

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A

B

C

D

T

Player

Club

G

T

Jarrod Sullivan Lachlan Gorka Zack O’Neill Lachlan Street Nathan Allen Harrison Scott Matthew Peynenborg Andrew Silva Max Watters Lochlann Turner

F’ston YCW Mornington Edi-Asp F’ston YCW Langwarrin Mt Eliza Langwarrin Chelsea Langwarrin Edi-Asp

5 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2

44 28 27 25 24 24 23 21 21 21

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Ladders Football

Netball

SENIORS Team

A GRADE

P W L D F A

% Pts

F’ston YCW 16 14 2 0 1356 925 146.59 56 Bonbeach 16 11 5 0 1304 1006 129.62 44 Edi-Asp 16 11 5 0 1417 1181 119.98 44 Pines 16 10 6 0 1388 1022 135.81 40 Seaford 16 10 6 0 1405 1181 118.97 40 Mt Eliza 16 9 7 0 1196 1006 118.89 36 Mornington 16 6 10 0 1187 1340 88.58 24 Chelsea 16 5 11 0 1093 1479 73.90 20 Karingal 16 2 14 0 916 1508 60.74 8 Langwarrin 16 2 14 0 776 1390 55.83 8

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P W D L F A Pts

reserves Team

B GRADE

P W L D F A

% Pts

Seaford 16 15 1 0 1113 538 206.88 60 Mt Eliza 16 14 2 0 1125 518 217.18 56 Bonbeach 16 11 5 0 846 561 150.80 44 Pines 16 9 7 0 886 687 128.97 36 F’ston YCW 16 9 7 0 838 784 106.89 36 Chelsea 16 6 9 1 769 1095 70.23 26 Edi-Asp 16 6 10 0 781 713 109.54 24 Langwarrin 16 4 12 0 738 980 75.31 16 Mornington 16 3 12 1 624 1012 61.66 14 Karingal 16 2 14 0 432 1264 34.18 8

Team

P W D L F A Pts

%

Karingal 16 15 0 1 876 468 60 187.18 F’ston YCW 15 13 0 2 768 482 52 159.34 Edi-Asp 16 13 0 3 698 465 52 150.11 Mt Eliza 16 10 0 6 684 614 40 111.4 Chelsea 16 6 2 8 578 590 28 97.97 Mornington 16 5 1 10 599 621 22 96.46 Langwarrin 16 5 1 10 540 712 22 75.84 Pines 16 5 1 10 505 694 22 72.77 Seaford 16 3 1 12 502 740 14 67.84 Bonbeach 15 1 0 14 406 770 4 52.73

under 19 Team

%

Karingal 14 13 0 1 778 486 60 160.08 Edi-Asp 14 11 0 3 599 445 52 134.61 Seaford 14 11 0 3 611 551 52 110.89 Mornington 14 8 0 6 575 502 40 114.54 Mt Eliza 14 8 0 6 632 611 40 103.44 Langwarrin 14 6 0 8 517 542 32 95.39 F’ston YCW 14 4 0 10 522 586 20 89.08 Bonbeach 13 1 0 12 389 631 12 61.65 Pines 15 1 0 14 505 774 8 65.25

C GRADE

P W L D F A

% Pts

Mt Eliza 16 13 2 1 1277 538 237.36 54 F’ston YCW 16 13 3 0 1333 420 317.38 52 Langwarrin 16 13 3 0 1390 624 222.76 52 Edi-Asp 16 10 6 0 1230 718 171.31 40 Mornington 16 10 6 0 1153 727 158.60 40 Karingal 16 8 8 0 998 712 140.17 32 Seaford 16 7 9 0 1070 946 113.11 28 Bonbeach 16 3 13 0 377 1815 20.77 12 Chelsea 16 2 14 0 462 1605 28.79 8 Pines 16 0 15 1 453 1638 27.66 2

Team

P W D L F A Pts

%

Karingal 16 14 0 2 721 533 56 135.27 F’ston YCW 15 12 1 2 632 439 50 143.96 Mt Eliza 16 11 0 5 711 542 44 131.18 Edi-Asp 16 11 0 5 574 487 44 117.86 Langwarrin 16 10 1 5 687 555 42 123.78 Mornington 16 6 1 9 550 496 26 110.89 Chelsea 16 5 1 10 532 598 22 88.96 Seaford 16 4 0 12 578 647 16 89.34 Bonbeach 15 4 0 11 452 702 16 64.39 Pines 16 0 0 16 425 863 0 49.25

D GRADE Team

P W D L F A Pts

%

Edi-Asp 16 16 0 0 666 230 64 289.57 Langwarrin 16 12 0 4 540 270 48 200.00 F’ston YCW 15 11 0 4 510 296 44 172.30 Mt Eliza 16 11 0 5 592 413 44 143.34 Mornington 16 10 0 6 473 320 40 147.81 Karingal 16 9 0 7 434 377 36 115.12 Chelsea 16 3 0 13 333 566 12 58.83 Pines 16 3 0 13 198 616 12 32.14 Seaford 16 2 0 14 272 624 8 43.59 Bonbeach 15 2 0 13 227 533 8 42.59

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