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Soccer women go in search of coaches THE new Women’s National Premier League soccer consortium Southern United is interviewing prospective coaches and plans to announce appointees soon. Its policy is that, if a male candidate is successful, then the best female candidate will be offered an assistant-coaching role. The consortium represents one of the largest catchment areas in Victoria. It is an amalgam of Casey Comets, Mornington, Langwarrin, Seaford United and Peninsula Strikers juniors. The interim board consists of Michael Woodward (Strikers and ex-local zone representative), Rob Harrington (Strikers), Rosemary Meeds (Mornington), Dawn Stone (Casey Comets), Stuart McLeod (Casey Comets), James Honey (Langwarrin) and Willie Lynn (Seaford United). Board elections are expected to be held in

November, with the format still to be decided. Southern United will play its home games on a rotating basis at Casey Comets, Mornington and Langwarrin as they fulfil the match-day venue criteria. Training will be shared among the other consortium members. “This is the first time so many different clubs in the local area have come together to form the one club,� organiser Craig MacKenzie said. “There is great expectation throughout the Casey, Frankston and peninsula areas that it can hit the ground running in 2016 and make an immediate impact.� Southern United trial dates and venues for Southern area Under-13, 15 and 18 girls’ teams will be held 10am-noon, Saturday 24 October, Lawton Park, Barrett’s Rd, Langwarrin.

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Navy recruited to weed out invaders RECRUITS from HMAS Cerberus will declare a “war on weeds� at Mills Beach, Monday. Mornington Life Saving Club president Nick Archbold, and Jan Oliver, of Friends of Mills Beach, will co-ordinate the “attack� on the weeds and rubbish behind the clubhouse and along the slopes near the main car park. “This is a unique operation but one we hope will be repeated,� Ms Oliver said. “Volunteers at our working bees find it difficult to tackle this area, which we originally weeded and planted six years ago.� “Everything will look peaceful for the summer season and the lifesavers,� Ms Oliver said.

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Working in reserve THE next working bee at Sunshine Reserve, Mt Martha, will be on Thursday 29 October. Those attending should meet 9.30am at the bottom end of Waterview Drive with boots, hat, long sleeves and pants and water to drink. Details: Judy, 5974 4969.

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