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Not stopping all stations Carrum station has closed until early 2020 to allow for rail construction works. See story page 3. Picture: Gary Sissons
Man arrested after alleged stabbing Brodie Cowburn firstname.lastname@example.org FRANKSTON man Alex Manuel has been arrested and charged with murder following a manhunt that lasted over two weeks. Police allege that 44-year-old Bon-
beach man Ricky Thompson and 27-year-old New Zealand national Alex Manuel had a verbal altercation at around 3.30am on 18 June outside the Chelsea Heights Hotel. Police allege that Mr Thompson was stabbed, leaving him with serious injuries. Mr Thompson was taken to hospital,
but died on 19 June. Manuel was arrested by homicide squad detectives with the assistance of the special operations group at a rural property in Toora, Gippsland on 4 July. A man and woman at the Toora property were “assisting police with their inquiries”.
Mr Manuel faced the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on one count of murder on 4 July. Police had been looking for Manuel for over two weeks. Detective Inspector Andrew Stamper said before Manuel’s arrest that police believed he was likely staying with an associate.
“We think Manuel has gone to ground and I would strongly reiterate that if he is being harboured by someone, then that person risks committing a serious offence as well,” he said. Police believe the parties involved in the alleged incident were known to each other.
Meeting called to discuss housing changes Council disappointed with electoral review consultation
On the map: A map of housing changes in Kingston from council’s draft housing strategy and neighbourhood character study.
eral Residential Zone (seven per cent) is located along Centre Dandenong Road to capitalise on proximity to the local shopping centre, parks and bus routes.” The consultation period for the housing strategy and neighbourhood character study will be open until 2 August. The ward meeting will start at 6pm, 11 July. Visit kingston. vic.gov.au to register attendance.
KINGSTON Council have voted to signal their disappointment at a “disingenuous” consultation process undertaken as part of the Victorian Electoral Commission’s electoral representation review. The VEC is undertaking a review to determine if Kingston has an appropriate number councillors, whether it should remain subdivided into wards, whether there should be more or less wards, and how many councillors should represent each ward. Kingston Council mayor Georgina Oxley moved an item of urgent business at council’s 24 June meeting which read that “council is disappointed with the state government’s lack of consultation with the community and local government sector in relation to the ward boundary structure as outlined in the proposed new local government act.” The motion read that council is “disappointed with what would appear to be disingenuous consultation with the community on the ward structure through the representation review process, if the government has already decided on the outcome of this process through the local government act bill to be passed through the parliament, which therefore disenfranchises members of our community with disingenuous consultation.” The motion was passed by councillors. Kingston Council will request that the implementation of changes in the local government act be deferred until after the 2020 council election or that Kingston’s review be “postponed until such a decision can be made on
the timelines and implementation of the new local government act.” Council has also requested an extension for submissions to the proposed new local government act until 30 July. VEC electoral commissioner Warwick Gately said that reviews into council structures are generally required every 12 years, with Kingston’s last one being in 2007. “The opportunity to have your say doesn’t come around too often, so it’s important to have a broad range of community members contributing to the shape of their local democracy,” he said last month (“Council structure under review”, The News, 16/6/19). Preliminary submissions for the VEC’s review close at 5pm on 17 July. They can be submitted online at vec.vic.gov.au.
A WARD meeting will be held on 11 July for Kingston resignets in the Central Ward. Residents are invited to attend and discuss council’s housing strategy and neighbourhood character study with councillors Ron Brownlees, Rosemary West, and Geoff Gledhill. The housing strategy was discussed at council’s 24 June meeting, when Cr West moved a motion to request that a flier go out to Kingston residents stating that “about 25 per cent of Kingston’s residential area is proposed to be rezoned from the interim General Residential Zone 3 (GRZ3), with a 9 metre height limit, to a new GRZ, mostly with an 11 metre height limit” and that “in the roughly 50 per cent of Kingston’s residential area that will keep its 9 metre height limit in the new Neighbourhood Residential Zone (NRZ), the provision that has discouraged two-storey development in the backyards of the former Residential 3/GRZ3 areas is proposed to be removed, and the provision for only two dwellings on an average sized lot, (with proportionally more on larger lots) is proposed to be removed.” That motion failed with Crs West and Steve Staikos voting in favour. Kingston mayor Georgina Oxley issued a statement last week that read “to meet demand, Kingston Council is planning to accommodate our share of population growth generally around key activity centres, close to public transport, shops and services.” “This would allow us to protect the neighbourhood character and amenity of our quieter residential streets,” Cr Oxley said. “Nothing proposed here is set in stone yet. We will take on board feedback through our official consultation process, which will be used to inform the preparation of a planning scheme amendment, which we will again consult with the community about.” The statement read that under the draft plan “93 per cent of residential land within Dingley Village has been designated as limited change and is proposed to be included in the Neighbourhood Residential Zone with a mandatory two storey height limit.” It also read that “7 per cent of residential land within Dingley Village has been designated as incremental change and is proposed to be included in the General Residential Zone with a mandatory height limit of three storeys” and that “the very small area of residential land in Dingley Village proposed to be included in the Gen-
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Station set for long closure CARRUM train station closed this weekend, 6 July, to allow for work on a new rail bridge and station. It is not expected to reopen until early 2020. Trains will run express through the station on a temporary rail track. Shuttle buses will run between Seaford and Bonbeach stations. Carrum MP Sonya Kilkenny thanked employees at the station on social media.
“Thank you to all the wonderful rail and customer staff who’ve looked after the thousands and thousands of passengers who’ve travelled through here since 1882,” she said. “The Carrum crew will relocate to other stations until they return early next year to a bigger, better and brighter Carrum Station, in its new spot opposite ALDI. Until then trains will run express from Bonbeach to
Seaford on the new temporary track. Passengers wishing to catch the train from Carrum will need to catch the shuttle bus.”
CARRUM station has closed for works, and is not expected to reopen until early 2020. Picture: Gary Sissons
Smile for the camera: One of three men trapped at The Pillars waiting to be fitted with a harness and hauled up the cliff by CFA rescuers. Picture: Yanni
Saved at The Pillars THREE men rescued from the cliff face at The Pillars, Mt Martha on Friday 5 July were members of a church group from the Bendigo area who told police they had been attracted to the popular cliff jumping spot by reports on social media. Two Strathdale men, 19 and 18 and a Lockwood man, 21 escaped injury after being pulled up the cliff face by CFA crews using ropes about 5pm. Mornington Fire Station Rescue Commander Rick Reid said the 10-member rope rescue crew from Dandenong attached ropes to trees at the top of the cliff and rappelled down to the men who were then winched back in harnesses. Police, including the Air Wing, and CFA units from Dromana, Mt Martha and Frankston were called to the
scene by church group members. Leading Senior Constable Melissa Seach of police media said the men had been walking with their group along the Esplanade when they climbed down and got stuck about 3.30pm. A 400-metre long fence to deter cliff jumpers erected before last summer by Mornington Peninsula Shire Council was removed after Easter. The fence saw a large drop in numbers of people gathering on the cliffs, but it also saw police refusing to cross it in pursuit of anyone drinking alcohol in breach of the shire’s local laws. Councillors will decide whether the fence is reinstalled in time for next summer after receiving a report from council officers.
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Trains will run express through Carrum until the new station opens in early 2020. Shuttle buses will take Carrum passengers to Seaford or Bonbeach stations to keep locals moving.
Carrum Station and pedestrian access at the Station Street level crossing is now closed. Pedestrian shuttle buses will operate until Sunday 28 July while a temporary pedestrian crossing is built.
Carrum Station closure and pedestrian changes
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State basketball body ‘satisfied’ with reform THE Frankston District Basketball Association has declared that the state’s peak body for basketball is “satisfied” with recent reforms within the organisation. The FDBA released a statement outlining a number of changes made by the association. They included the “appointment of new personnel at Frankston District Basketball Association” and “driving constitutional amendments and change”. New general manager Wayne Holdsworth is among the recent appointments to high ranking positions at the FDBA. He took over that position in March following the resignation of Nathan Jolly in January. On 9 May the FDBA held their AGM, appointing Tim Bower to the position of president. He replaced Gary Emery, who remained as a board member. Vera Roberts and Eric Hollingsworth were appointed as new members to the board, replacing Chris Beattie and Peter Harms. Basketball Victoria CEO Nick Honey said “we are happy with the work that Wayne Holdsworth and the FDBA board have done in applying the recommended reforms. Recent impediments to a healthy and collaborative association between Basketball Victoria and Frankston District Basketball Association are now resolved and the investigation is completed.” FDBA President Tim Bower said “we are extremely happy that this matter can now be put behind us and the
FDBA Board and Wayne can work in concert with Basketball Victoria for the betterment of basketball in this region”. An independent investigation into the FDBA was launched by Basketball Victoria after serious allegations of misconduct were made by former Dunkley MP Chris Crewther under parliamentary privilege in March last year. A report was completed late last year, with the boards of the FDBA and Basketball Victoria both made aware of its findings. Questions about the report put to former FDBA president Gary Emery by The Times earlier this year went unanswered. Basketball Victoria stated that the report would remain private due to “legal professional privilege” (“Investigation into basketball board remains private”, The Times, 18/2/19). The FDBA released a statement on
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their website the day after Mr Crewther made allegations under parliamentary privilege, saying “the FDBA is aggrieved and disappointed at comments made by the federal member for Dunkley, Chris Crewther, in parliament yesterday.” “The member for Dunkley went on to make a host of serious allegations criticising the FDBA, its board of management and executives. These allegations were all made under the protection of parliamentary privilege which provides immunity from legal action which persons the subject of the serious allegations could bring against an MP if defamatory allegations are made outside the Parliament,” the FDBA statement read. “The FDBA, its board and executives deny any allegations of impropriety.” Brodie Cowburn
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Cash to catch monkey bike riders Brodie Cowburn firstname.lastname@example.org CCTV TECHNOLOGY will be trialled at the Seaford Wetlands in an effort to kerb illegal monkey bike usage. Frankston councillors voted unanimously at their 1 July meeting to allocate $8000 in their budget for “the use and trial of relocatable iDetect CCTV technology within the Seaford Wetlands for six months, as well as one of council’s mobile bollard CCTV units”. The funding will also go towards “the installation of half a dozen signs in prominent locations throughout the Sea-
ford Wetlands which implore the public to dob in illegal monkey bike users”. The notice of motion also stated that “council bylaws officers increase the frequency of their patrols during identified peak periods where there is illegal monkey bike use in the Seaford Wetland” and that “council continues to advocate to Victoria Police to conduct operations to detect and deter illegal hooning and monkey biking in the municipality.” A report will be provided to council in February of next year on the state of illegal monkey bike usage at the wetlands. The motion was carried unanimously by councillors.
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Horse doesnâ€™t bolt THE attempted theft of a horse statue from Parkdale is being investigated by police. Police believe that offenders used a vehicle to try and steal the bronze horse from its Beach Road location at around 3.20am 29 June. The offenders knocked the statue over and damaged it, but did not steal it. Police believe that at least two offenders fled from the horse in a black four wheel drive ute. A 29-year-old Mordialloc man was arrested in relation to the alleged incident, and was released
Seventeen charges for man and teen A 25-YEAR-old Chelsea Heights man and a 17-year-old Frankston teenager have been hit with a string of charges, including aggravated burglary, theft of firearms and theft of a motor vehicle. The two were hit with 17 charges each after being arrested at around 5am, 6 June. Police said they spotted the pair driving in an allegedly stolen car in Langwarrin at around 3.30am, 6 June. The offenders allegedly dumped the car in Church Street Richmond, and fled towards the Yarra River. With the assistance of the dog squad, police found the pair at around 5am. They allegedly found two bags containing firearms. Police allege that the firearms were stolen in an aggravated burglary in Donvale, overnight on 3 July. They allege the car was stolen in an aggravated
pending further enquiries. Witnesses are urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000
False start: Offenders have failed to steal a statue of a horse. Picture: Supplied
burglary in Hawthorn East on 4 July. No injuries were recorded during any of the alleged incidents. The 25-year-old man faced the Melbourne Magistrates Court on 6 July.
Arrest after alleged taxi driver stabbing A MAN has been arrested in relation to an alleged stabbing in Carrum Downs, 21 June. It is alleged that a man was picked up by a taxi on Greens Road, South Dandenong at around 1.40pm. Emergency services were then called to Balmain Drive at around 2pm, after the passenger allegedly demanded cash from the driver with a knife. The driver is alleged to have sustained multiple stab wounds to the arm. A 26-year-old Morwell man was arrested in Carrum Downs just before 4pm, 6 June. He is assisting police with their enquiries. The alleged victim, a 38-year-old man, was taken to hospital and has since been released.
Driving fail ends car theft attempt AN unknown offender has failed in their attempt to flee with a stolen car after they couldnâ€™t work out how to drive a manual vehicle, police believe. At around 6am, 22 April, an unknown offender attempted to steal an Amarok ute from a victim. The car was left abandoned on the street with the engine running. The previous day a victim had attended a Cranbourne Road pool and reported a theft to police. He told them that he had his wallet, phone and car keys stolen. An unknown man had attended the pool and paid for a general swimming lesson, entering without a backpack. The man then entered the changeroom and was seen fleeing with a backpack. Police have released a CCTV image (right) of a person who they believe may be able to assist with their inquiries in relation to the alleged incidents. Any information to Frankston Police on 9784 5555 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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Frankston crown their “Ugly Man” Compiled by Cameron McCullough A PLEASING ceremony was performed at the Mechanics’ Hall, Frankston, on Saturday evening, when taking advantage of the R.S. League’s dance, the Anzac Appeal Committee had arranged for the proclaiming and crowning of Mr. Mark Brody, the successful candidate for the honour of being the ugliest man in the shire. The competition, which had caused much amusement, was instrumental in securing a substantial sum, the bulk of which was paid in support of Mr. Brody’s candidature. When the curtain rose for the crowning ceremony, Mr. Brody, who was the nominee of the Red Cross Stall, was disclosed seated on an improvised throne and gaily decorated with a huge Red Cross flag. Mr. Jennings, before presenting the beautifully framed and embossed certificate, said he hoped the electors at the forthcoming municipal elections would show the same acumen and intelligence as had been displayed in the election of which he had the honour of now acting as returning officer. Some people, particularly the ladies, had objected to Mr. P Brody being called an ugly man, but this was a democratic country, and it was only another incident of the majority of the electors ruling. The word of the electors was the law. He had much pleasure, therefore, in proclaiming Mr. Brody the ugliest man in the shire, and presenting him with the certificate that would for all time prove his claim to that honour.
Miss Gregory, on behalf of the executive of the Anzac Appeal Committee, with a few appropriate remarks, placed the crown on Mr. Brody’s head. Immediately showers of confetti enveloped the new sovereign, and it was several minutes before he was able to return thanks. In doing so, Mr. Brody spoke eloquently of his nominators’ (the Red Cross ladies) fine work during the past five years, and said that the Anzac Appeal had shown there was still ample scope for the grand combination, initiative, and solid work which had been used to such advantage during the dark days of war. He sincerely hoped the ladies would keep together and “carry on” for the good of the soldiers and the community generally. *** AT the Mornington Police Court last week Marcus Goulding was charged with driving a motor car on a public highway recklessly in a manner which was dangerous to the public. Mr. W. S. Cook who appeared for accused objected to the wording of the summons and the bench agreed that the word “recklessly” be eliminated. After hearing evidence the case was dismissed. *** THE monthly meeting of the committee of the Frankston Mechanics’ Institute was held on Monday night 7th inst. There were present: Messrs P. Wheeler (chairman), Oates, Lasslett,
W. W. Young and W. C. Young. An apology was received from Dr Sidney Plowman who was absent owing to illness. A letter was received from the Frankston Gas Co. in reply to the Committee’s complaint re unsatisfactory light and promising to enquire into same. The Chief Secretary’s Department intimated that the Frankston Library had been allotted a grant of £2 17s 3d. The secretary of the Anzac Appeal, Frankston wrote asking for refund of hall hire. It was resolved on the motion of Mr Lasslett and Cr Oates that a donation of £2 2s be made to the Appeal Fund together with the intimation that refunds of hall rent could not be made. The Frankston Branch of the Returned Soldiers Association made a similar request, it being urged that the weekly socials returned only a small margin of profit. The secretary was instructed to point out that the Committees’ rules will not permit of refunds being made. An offer was received from R. H. Stephens to effect repairs to outside of Mechanics’ buildings for £32. It was resolved on the motion of Mr Wheeler that the tender be submitted to the Committee’s architect (Mr. Ward.) Accounts amounting to £29 18s 1d were passed for payment. *** ATTENTION is directed to an advertisement appearing in another column relating to the preparation of the new voters’ lists for the Shire of Frankston and Hastings.
Ratepayers interested should lodge their application with the Shire secretary (Mr J E Jones) not later than 14th July. The Council has appointed the 25th July for the revision of the rolls. *** R.S.A. Euchre Tournament The second round of the tournament held in connection with the Frankston Branch of Returned Soldiers was held on Thursday evening when there was a record attendance. Miss W. Rodgers after a play off with Mrs R. Wells, Mrs Trowsdale and Miss Cronin (9 games each) was successful in winning first prize (pair of glass salad dishes donated by Miss Jones.) Mr R. Burton won the gent: (shaving mug and brush donated by Mr Morrison.) Miss Pearl McLean and Mr Wilkinson captured the booby prizes. Mrs Wilcox was again to the fore assisted by Mrs Burton in preparing the refreshments. *** MR G. E. Rogers has received word from the Defence Department that his son, Private L. C. Rogers, of the Cyclist Batt, is returning to Australia by the “Mahia”, and is expected to reach Melbourne on or about the 20 inst. *** MR P. L. C. O’Shannassy, whose death occurred at Hastings last week, retired from the police force about three years ago, and after a short sojourn at Frankston, returned to live at Hastings. He was well known to nature students as a bird lover and reliable au-
thority on birds and their habits. Of retiring disposition and keen initiative, he had won a large circle of friends. We extend our sympathy to his wife and two daughters, who survive him. *** CONGRATULATIONS are extended to two more Somerville soldiers – Cpl. Philbrick and Pte. B. Dickson who returned home last week, both being passengers on the “Orontes”. *** THE Frankston And District Gas And Electric Co. Pty. Ltd. To Our Consumers, We have experienced considerable difficulties in keeping our Works going, due to the shipping strike and the consequent shortage of coal. The coal now made available to us is “slack” of inferior quality. It is of very great difficulty to maintain a gas supply with such material and on our gas supply depends our electric light service. We however, hope for the present, to maintain the supply of both gas and electricity, and will keep going as long as we can get coal, regardless of the price. We ask the forbearance of our customers under the trying conditions and would request them to observe the gas restrictions imposed by the Central Coal Board, which will relieve the situation to a large extent. JOHN DITCHBURN. Managing Director. Melbourne. 10th July 1919. *** FROM the pages of the Mornington Standard, 12 July 1919
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The Future of Cinema is a Cow and We’re Milking It By Stuart McCullough PERHAPS it’s a fad. One in which you take something that’s beloved the world over and quite possibly ruin it forever. It’s a delicate balance. The law of diminishing returns (which, in terms of seriousness, ranks somewhere between cattle rustling and failing to give way to the right at an intersection) means that things can only get worse. But in the never-ending arm wrestle between art and commerce, the former is puny stick of a human and the latter has biceps that take three days to circumnavigate by boat. It’s an uneven contest. No matter the risk, the lure of filthy lucre wins out. It’s as though all new the ideas have vanished and all that’s left is to remake things that were perfectly fine to begin with. As a result, a slew of live-action remakes of animated classics are flooding cinemas. These films not only risk tarnishing an almighty legacy but also, as a bonus, may well spoil whatever childhood memories you have left. You’ve got some nerve, Disney. ‘Dumbo’, ‘The Lion King’, ‘Aladdin’ – the list of remakes stretches out over the horizon. The only question is: why? Aladdin was a great film. I remember piling into the back of a van with my housemates on a group excursion to Southland to see it back in 1992. We were living in a seven bedroom house in St Kilda and, given the occupants were all young men in their twenties, it was precisely as unhygienic as it sounds. Trips to shopping centres for us were few and far between. It was a more innocent era - back when you could still get five weekly videos for ten bucks and watching every movie ever made by John Cusack in sequential order was considered an act of science rather than dazzling act of frippery. So what made the original ‘Aladdin’ so good? The answer is surprisingly simple. You could single out the cutting-edge animation, the script or the music for praise but, in reality, there was
one thing that made ‘Aladdin’ terrific: Robin Williams. By remaking the film as a live-action movie, the folks at Disney have sacrificed the thing that made the original so successful by replacing Robin Williams with Will Smith. Don’t get me wrong: nobody likes the Fresh Prince of Bel Air more than I do, but it’s just not the same. And by ‘just not the same’ I really mean, ‘not nearly as good.’ If I’m being honest, I’m less troubled by a live-action remake of ‘The Lion King’. This is partly because I never saw the original so it can’t possibly despoil a sacred childhood memory and because James Earl Jones will reprise
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his role as Mustafa, which is oddly comforting. Besides, the new version will feature Donald Glover and Beyonce; both of whom are wildly talented and can do no wrong. It’s a shame they’re not considering a live action remake of ‘Fantasia’ with Hunter S. Thompson in the role originally performed by Mickey Mouse. Now that would really be something. What I really want to know is if this is just the start of something bigger? And if live-action remakes of once-popular animated films proves to be a money-printing machine, then presumably it’s only a matter of time before it goes the other way. Whilst I’ve been resistant to the whole
‘live action’ remake trend, I’m intrigued by the possibility of animated remakes of live-action films. The possibilities are endless. I, for one, would love to see an animated remake of ‘The Godfather’. Whilst the original with Marlon Brando and Al Pacino was pretty good, it could’ve been vastly improved by including a few songs by Randy Newman. ‘You Got a Friend In Me’ would be wholly transformed in the hands of Don Corleone. It’d also be a great chance to give the world the sequels it’s long been waiting for. Hollywood loves sequels. ‘Gone with the Wind’ was okay when it had Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, but ‘GWTW 2’ would be fantastic as claymation. ‘Citizen Kane’ with sock puppets is not so much an outlandish idea that desecrates an act of genius as it is inevitable. And if the major studios don’t have the gumption to produce it, it’ll be filmed by a 12 year old on an iPhone and will likely be lauded as being even better than the original. ‘Terms of Endearment’ will be a Manga spectacular featuring Kim Kardashian as the voice of Aurora Greenway and Boris Johnson as Garrett Breedlove. ‘Ben Hur’ would be remade as a piece of flick pad animation. It’d be heaps cheaper and much better for the horses. Soon, the local Cineplex will be chock-a-block full of brand new films that you’ve already seen. So where is all this taking us? Once upon a time de ja vu was a mildly disturbing sensation you felt from time to time for free. Now it’s a mildly disturbing sensation you experience in the dark with a room full of strangers, after parting with seventeen bucks whilst you’re up to the elbow in a bucket of popcorn. Wonders will never cease, although they probably should. So excuse me if I skip the latest incarnation of ‘Aladdin’. I liked it just the way it was. email@example.com
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Bulls lose first match for the season DIVISION TWO
By Brodie Cowburn KARINGAL have had their undefeated streak snapped by Seaford. The Bulls have rampaged through their competition this season, going 12 games without a defeat. Seaford hosted Karingal on Saturday, looking to pull off a major upset. The Tigers got off to a good start and took a three goal lead into the quarter time break. Karingal worked their way into the game after the first break, and by half time had taken the lead. Seaford were facing a 10 point deficit against the division’s top side heading into the second half, but proved themselves up for the task. They wrestled back the lead, and went into the final quarter seven points up. In the box seat for an upset win, Seaford kept their foot on the gas. They held on in the final term, and claimed a stunning 11 point win over the top of the ladder Karingal. Aaron Walton kicked three goals for the victorious Tigers. He now has 48 for the year. At the other end of the ground Karingal forward Marc Holt kicked two. He now has just three goals from his past two games, much less than his usual output. The final score read Seaford 11.6 (72) to Karingal 8.13 (61). The loss sees Red Hill surpass Karingal and go into first place. At Somerville Recreation Reserve, Somerville played host to Langwarrin. It would prove to be a good afternoon for the visitors, who had 11 individual goalkickers and secured an impressive win. Langwarrin took an early lead over Somerville, but the contest was close. At half time the Kangaroos held a narrow four point lead.
A third quarter blitz saw the Kangaroos put the game well out of reach. They stunned Somerville with a nine goals to zero third term. Somerville performed a little better in the final quarter but the damage was already done. They succumbed to defeat against Langwarrin 12.7 (79) to 18.14 (122). Shane Paterson, Jarryd Amalfi, and Blake Peach were named among the Kangaroos’ best. At Bunguyan Reserve, an eight goal haul from Curtis Bywater helped Chelsea to a big win on the road against Tyabb. Tyabb started off on the right foot and led by a point at the first break. They were quickly blown out of the water in the second quarter, and failed to recover. Tyabb scored just one behind in the second quarter, while Chelsea put six goals on the board. The Seagulls continued to impress in the second half, and eventually secured a dominant win 8.7 (55) to 19.11 (125). Pearcedale also had a tough afternoon at home, losing easily to Rye. Rye looked in control throughout the whole afternoon, and put together an impressive defensive display. Pearcedale only managed to put a solitary goal on the board in the second and third quarters. The day ended in disappointment for Pearcedale. They lost to Rye 7.2 (44) to 10.22 (82). Had the Demons been a little better in front of goal the result could have been much worse. Pearcedale have struggled badly all season, and are currently level on points with Crib Point on the bottom of the ladder.
Somerville squeeze: Langwarrin’s pressure was too much for Somerville, giving them a 43 point win. Picture: Andrew Hurst
Stonecats bounce back on the road DIVISION ONE
By Brodie Cowburn FRANKSTON YCW bounced back from a tough loss last week by taking to the road to defeat Dromana. The Tigers have made their home ground a fortress in recent times, and have been a tough side to beat this year. The Stonecats on the other hand were looking to redeem themselves after falling to relegation candidates Moninngton in a shock result last week. Dromana raced out of the blocks with a strong first quarter, and led by three goals at the first break. Frankston YCW, who have been struggling at times this season, kept touch in the second quarter and chipped the lead back to two goals. Dromana looked well and truly in the box seat heading into the second
Tigers tamed: The Stonecats travelled to Dromana for a 31 point win. Picture: Andrew Hurst
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half, but cost themselves badly with a poor performance in front of goal. They kicked no goals and five behinds in the third term, as the Stonecats snatched the lead heading into the final quarter. Frankston YCW rode their wave of momentum into the last quarter, scoring six goals to put the game beyond doubt. They had to work hard, but the Stonecats eventually secured a badly needed win 7.12 (54) to 12.13 (85). Corey Henness was impressive for YCW, booting five goals in a best on ground performance. Bonbeach also had a good afternoon on Saturday, defeating EdithvaleAspendale. The Sharks put together a good team performance, and had 10 individual goal kickers. Bonbeach looked the better side early on at home, and went into half time up by three goals. Edi-Asp proved they were not willing to take the loss lying down in the third quarter, fighting back to get within a goal. Bonbeach did what needed to be done in the final term, and secured the four points with a hard fought 15.15 (99) to 12.7 (79) win. Michael Meehan performed well for Edi-Asp, scoring five goals. Dylan Jones and Joseph Fisscher were named as Bonbeach’s best. All other division one clubs had byes on the weekend.
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Hine hammers Casey Comets SOCCER
By Craig MacKenzie JOSH Hine’s four-goal haul underpinned a whitewash at Comets Stadium on Saturday as Mornington hammered the home side 6-0. English striker Hine was unstoppable. His first goal came in the 13th minute from the penalty spot after he was brought down inside the area. Hine’s second in the 33rd minute was from a back post header following great work out wide and an excellent cross from Sammy Orritt. Hine completed his hat-trick in the 68th minute after a superb move started by Mornington keeper Taylor Davidson and ending when Kane Bentley set up Hine for a tap in. His fourth goal came three minutes later when he was sent clear into a one-on-one with Comets’ keeper Michael Sivulja and made no mistake. Mornington’s other scorers were Orritt (8th minute) and substitute Sam Catherine (73rd minute). “It was a brilliant display all over the park and easily the best we’ve played all year,” Mornington gaffer Adam Jamieson said. Scottish striker Liam Baxter who switched from Mornington to Mazenod Victory in May is negotiating a return and is expected to sign back at Dallas Brooks Park this week. In NPL2 news Langwarrin had super sub David Stirton to thank for Saturday’s 2-1 home win over Murray United. Stirton came off the bench in the 82nd minute and two minutes later his precise header sent the ball sailing over Murray United keeper Abdulkerim Koc and into the top corner of goal. The visitors had taken an 8th minute lead when Aaron Midon’s free kick was deflected and went in off the far post and wide player Tom Youngs was a constant menace. But Langy hit back in the 38th minute when the visitors failed to deal with a long throw from the left, the ball eventually falling to unmarked Lucas Portelli at the back post and his close range volley made it 1-1. Stirton replaced Jordan Templin as the clock ran down and it proved to be a masterstroke as Langy cemented its spot in the top six of NPL2 East. Meanwhile Stephen Fisher has formally resigned as technical director of Langwarrin effective at season’s end. Fisher is widely recognised as one of the better TDs in NPL ranks and during his two seasons at Lawton Park has stepped in to fill the coaching breach at the club’s underage sides to great effect. In NPLW news Southern United lost 9-0 away to South Melbourne in both the seniors and under19s last weekend. Southern’s under-16s fought back from two goals down to draw 3-3 with Southern’s goals coming from Sage Kirby, Taylah Hennekam and Erica-Derrick Sarfo-Sarpong. The under-14s, under new coach Emma Bracken, lost 2-1 with Macey Butler scoring for Southern. US import Jennifer Lum is due to arrive today (Tuesday) and the attacking midfielder is expect-
Four of the best: Mornington’s gun striker Josh Hine had a day out at Casey Comets’ expense last weekend. Picture: John Punshon
ed to make her senior Southern debut in Sunday’s clash with Bulleen. In State 2 news Peninsula Strikers maintained their promotion push with a 2-0 home win over Monbulk Rangers last weekend. When Alpha Turay was tripped in the 28th minute John Prescott converted from the spot to give Strikers the lead and Turay capitalised on good lead-up play by substitute Jai Power-Reeves in the 70th minute to score from close range. Strikers square up to runaway league leader Boroondara-Carey Eagles at Carey Sports Complex on Saturday in what looms as a season-defining clash for Danny Verdun’s men. In State 3 news Skye United’s title tilt gained impetus with a 4-0 home win over Ashburton United on Friday night and the local side can join league leader Collingwood City on 34 points if it wins tonight’s (Tuesday’s) catch-up match against Whitehorse United at Skye Recreation Reserve. Injury to Mitch Blake gave Maxim Avram his first start for Skye while midfielder Alex Rojas also missed the Ashburton clash through injury. Midfielder Marcus Collier was back in the matchday squad after 12 months off with an ACL injury but was an unused substitute. It took less than seven minutes for Skye to hit the lead when captain Jason Nowakowski sent a cross to the back post and Avram cleverly headed back into the opposite corner to put the hosts in front. Skye forced a turnover from the restart and although Ashburton keeper Nicholas Bucello parried a Jason Nowakowski shot from outside the box Mikey Turner was on hand to tuck home the rebound and give Skye a 2-0 lead at the break. Two minutes into the second half Skye put this one to bed as Mark O’Connor released Daniel Attard into a one on one and the big man made no mistake. Nowakowski got on the scoresheet in the 70th minute after a toe poke from outside the box found its way into the top corner and Ashburton’s
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frustrations were compounded in the final 15 minutes as it was reduced to nine men with the dismissals of Marko Gluscevic and Tomas Piszczyk. Skye’s home clash with Elwood next Saturday is the Chris Attard memorial match to celebrate the life of the late club president. Frankston Pines lost 2-0 to Whitehorse United last Friday under the Monterey Reserve lights in a contest that never reached great heights. Whitehorse striker Masee Namdar cut inside a defender on the left of the area in the 9th minute and hit a firm drive past Pines keeper Alfonso Cardinale to open the scoring. Pines central midfielder Alex Bevacqua lost possession in the 24th minute and the ball was crossed to the far post where Cardinale did well to parry a header but was helpless as Namdar followed up and headed into the unguarded goal. Pines gave the ball away too easily in the first half and an improved second half showing was to no avail. Lachlan McMinimee replaced injured CJ Hodgson in the Pines’ starting line-up, Meron Negassi was injured, Callum Khiath suspended and Connor McAndrews unavailable. Teenage defender Aiden McKenna was on the bench after being signed last week from Langwarrin. In State 4 news Harry McCartney reports that Seaford United edged out visitors Dingley Stars with a 4-3 victory last weekend. Mitch Lander opened the scoring in the 43rd minute after breaking clear and a minute later Dylan Waugh slotted the second past Dingley keeper Josh Green despite claims of offside. Dingley hit back in the 52nd minute when Jordon Liaskos, the smallest man on the park, broke away from his marker to head home at the near post from a Erman Sepetci corner. Five minutes later Lander again broke through and under pressure was able to drill the ball home with a clinical finish. In the 62nd minute a cross from Sepetci and a
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clever dummy by Mohsen Chehimi left Dallas McNeill with space to side foot home past Anthony Madafferi to make it 3-2. In the 82nd minute Liaskos was again involved when his pinpoint pass to Chehimi ended with the visitors back on level terms. But a minute later Seaford’s dynamic duo were at it again when Lander motored down the right and Waugh was on the end of his low cross to make it 4-3. Seaford player-coach Matt Morris-Thomas decided to take off both strikers and lock down the defensive half in a move that proved successful. Baxter went down 4-2 at home to league leader Rowville Eagles last weekend with Nico Juric and Abdull Darmanii scoring for Baxter. The big news in State 5 South was Somerville’s magnificent 2-1 away win over league leader Old Mentonians last weekend. The result opens up the promotion race as only the champion goes up this season. The Eagles handed a first senior start of the season to Eric Manhanong who had a superb game at left back and the visitors came flying out of the blocks when Callum Richardson pounced on a goalkeeping fumble to put them in front. They soon doubled their lead after great work by Nathan Grimshaw on the right who crossed for Callum Richardson to volley instinctively on the turn to make it 2-0. The second half saw Somerville keeper Nathan Brown deny leading league scorer Rannesh Krishnan with an incredible save before a longrange strike from Marcus Spivey gave the home team hope. Mark Pagliarulo and Carlo Cardoso missed chances to extend the lead and despite Old Mentonians throwing everything at Somerville in the dying minutes they couldn’t break down the Eagles’ defence. Aspendale Stingrays drew 3-3 away to Tullamarine last weekend while Rosebud’s 2-2 draw away to Casey Panthers was called off in the 80th minute due to a head injury suffered by Rosebud’s Tyrone Vanderspek. Teenage striker Nathan Barnet scored twice on debut for the Stingrays whose other scorer was Anthony Segavac. Rosebud’s goals came from Beau Sharpe and Blake Hicks. This week’s games: TUESDAY, 8.30pm: Skye Utd v Whitehorse Utd (Skye Recreation Reserve). FRIDAY, 8.30pm: Collingwood City v Frankston Pines (Kevin Bartlett Reserve). SATURDAY, 3pm: Mazenod Victory v Mornington (Brandon Park Reserve), BoroondaraCarey Eagles v Peninsula Strikers (Carey Sports Complex), Skye Utd v Elwood City (Skye Recreation Reserve), Dingley Stars v Baxter (Chadwick Reserve), Endeavour Utd v Seaford Utd (Reema Reserve), Aspendale Stingrays v Rosebud (Jack Grut Reserve), Somerville Eagles v Pakenham Utd (Tyabb Central Reserve). SUNDAY, 7pm: Bulleen v Southern Utd (Veneto Club). MONDAY, 8.30pm: Bulleen v Langwarrin (Veneto Club).
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