Gippsland 2018 Record Round 1

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RECORD

O F F I CI A L T R F M GI P P S L A N D L E AG U E R EC O R D

ROUND 1

FRI 30TH MARCH 2018

Leongatha v Wonthaggi Warragul v Morwell SAT 7TH APRIL 2018

Moe v Drouin Bairnsdale v Traralgon SUN 8TH APRIL 2018

Sale v Maffra


Authorised by Darren Chester MP, National Party of Australia – Victoria,126 Franklin Street, Traralgon, Vic 3844. Printed by Adcell Group, 203 Malop Street, Geelong, Vic 3220.


LEAGUE WELCOME WELCOME TO SEASON 2018 The action is finally here after a long wait over the offseason. It is great to see our League feature two marquee matches to open the season on Good Friday. Reigning Senior premiers Leongatha will unfurl their 2017 premiership flag against close rivals Wonthaggi Power while in the west we have Warragul hosting Morwell in their second annual Good Friday clash. This year we will see plenty of feature matches in the TRFM Gippsland League and it is a credit to the clubs who have got behind their status as the premier football and netball competition and are looking at showcasing our matches. There is the highly anticipated night matches at Traralgon in rounds 2&3 and also a feature match for East Gippsland in Round 6 with Bairnsdale and Maffra will be doing battle under lights. As always the League has received plenty of support from our major partners. TRFM will again be live calling matches throughout the season. Their commitment to the growth of our League is second to none and a huge thanks to David McDonald, Andrew Howe and all the crew at TRFM. Apprenticeships Group Australia will again be a major sponsor of the League and continue to help us grow AGA Gippsland League TV, thanks STARTING TIMES FOOTBALL NETBALL Under 16s 9:00am 13 & Under 9:00am Under 18s 10:45am 15 & Under 10:05am Reserves 12:30pm 17 & Under 11:10am Seniors 2:20pm C Grade 12:15pm B Grade 1:20pm A Grade 2:35pm ADMISSION PRICES

Adults $10.00 Aged/Disability Pensioner $5.00 Under 18 $5.00 Under 16 Free Companion Card is accepted

We thank all patrons for their support and acknowledge that their patronage allows all our clubs to provide facilities at an acceptable standard that is helping to keep kids off the streets and on the sporting fields where they belong.

to Anthony Magnuson and Clint Williams for their continued support. A huge thank you also to our other partners; The Drain Man, McDonalds Gippsland, Metricon & Gippsland Cosmetic Laser Clinic. We would also like to announce that Gippsland Physiotherapy Group as a major partner of our Senior Interleague program, thanks to Paul & Prue for their commitment to the League and we look forward to introducing some of their great initiatives to the clubs. A huge congratulations to our netballers who completed a clean sweep of the Eastern Zone Premier Netball Competition last week, with 15s, 17s and Open all claiming the titles. Our two Open sides both faced off in the final where Stacie Gardiner’s Gippsland Blue came out victorious. Thanks to Krissy, Jo and Stacie G for all their efforts this pre season. Best of luck to all our teams in round one. Daniel Heathcote League Operations Coordinator

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WORKSAFE WELCOME TO SEASON 2018 As the cooler months start to creep in and daylight savings comes to an end, excitement is brewing across country Victoria for the return of community football. Whether you are playing, coaching, umpiring, volunteering or cheering on your team from the sidelines, the month of April brings with it a feeling of optimism and anticipation for what lies ahead for season 2018. The rapid growth in female football has continued to reach new heights, with the establishment of 392 new teams in 2017 bringing the total number of female teams to 747 across the state. We look forward to seeing more females pull on the boots and showcase their skills throughout country Victoria the year. Season 2018 will see the roll out of a number of new initiatives, including the implementation of the AFL’s new NAB AFL Auskick 2.0 program, an expanded Victorian FIDA Football League competition for players with an intellectual disability, as well as the acquisition of seven dedicated full time V/Line Umpire Academy Program Managers who are now responsible for driving umpire development regionally. The work carried out by Region Commissions, in conjunction with leagues and clubs, to embrace these initiatives, along with the many other programs conducted across the state is vital to ensuring country football is in good stead for continued growth in the future. Country football’s contribution to the national game was strengthened last year, with 26 male and six female players from regional Victoria drafted to AFL and AFLW clubs. This achievement is a credit to both the talent pathway programs and the local community clubs

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which continue to provide the foundation for the next generation of stars to reach the elite level. In other football news, AFL Victoria is delighted to announce the return of the WorkSafe AFL Victoria Community Championships at the MCG. For the second year in a row, the highest ranked country representative match will be played at the MCG as part of the 2018 AFL Country Game between Geelong and Essendon. The Ballarat Football Netball League and Goulburn Valley League (7 v 8) will run out on the hallowed turf in season 2018, while the leagues’ Under 19 representative match will be played at Punt Road Oval. In addition, the current number-one-ranked Geelong Football Netball League will be looking to secure its third straight Community Championships title when it lines up against the Eastern Football League at Etihad Stadium. The match will be a curtain raiser to the Round 9 AFL game between St. Kilda and Collingwood on Saturday night. This is a fantastic occasion for some of community football’s best senior players to run out and showcase their skills on the game’s biggest stage and provide the opportunity for city and country football fans to come together and celebrate all that is good in country football. Last but not least I would like to wish all players, coaches, umpires, volunteers and administrators the best of luck for the season ahead- I hope it is a successful one for all involved. Stephen O’Donohue AFL Victoria Country Football & Development Manager


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2017 FOOTBALL PREMIERS SENIORS GRAND FINAL - 23/09/2017 Leongatha 7.3 9.4 12.5 15.10 (100) Maffra 3.3 8.3 12.7 15.9 (99)

LEONGATHA

Goal Kickers: C. Dunne 6, H. Browne 2, B. Davidson 2, A. Hillberg, J. Schelling, A. Coyle, J. Ginnane, T. Marriott Best Players: C. Dunne, H. Browne, B. Chalmers, T. Marriott, C. Stone, A. Coyle

MAFFRA

Goal Kickers: D. Sheen 5, M. Bennett 3, D. Alexander 2, K. Renooy 2, D. O''Brien, D. Butcher, D. Bedggood Best Players: D. Sheen, K. Porter, S. Pleming, J. Johnstone, D. Alexander, D. O''Brien

RESERVES GRAND FINAL - 23/09/2017 Leongatha 0.1 1.5 2.7 5.8 (38) Morwell 3.2 4.3 5.6 8.7 (55)

LEONGATHA

Goal Kickers: G. Fleming, C. Johnston, J. Pellicano, M. Borschman, J. Harry Best Players: R. Kelly, C. Rump, M. Borschman, J. Monaghan, M. Chalmers, J. Dudley

MORWELL

Goal Kickers: M. Webb 5, J. Piper, L. Van Rooy, M. Duncan Best Players: M. Webb, J. MacFarlane, J. Callaway, J. Scott, L. Van Rooy, R. Hogarth

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2017 FOOTBALL PREMIERS UNDER 18s GRAND FINAL - 23/09/2017 Moe 0.3 0.4 0.8 2.8 (20) Traralgon 0.1 5.4 9.5 12.6 (78)

MOE

Goal Kickers: J. Wilson 2) Best Players: L. Pearce, M. Pearce, N. Gown, S. Burns, T. Fleming, J. Wilson

TRARALGON

Goal Kickers: H. Willaton 4, J. Van Iwaarden 3, J. Strong, C. Little, L. Tripodi, W. Broadbent, E. Williams Best Players: J. Van Iwaarden, E. Williams, J. Strong, J. Barnes, T. Northe, M. Williams

UNDER 16s GRAND FINAL - 23/09/2017 Moe 5.5 6.10 8.15 9.17 (71) Traralgon 1.1 3.3 4.5 5.10 (40)

MOE

Goal Kickers: S. Flanders 4, R. Baldi 2, H. Pepper, J. McGrath, B. Maslen Best Players: S. Flanders, T. Baldi, H. Pepper, Z. Skinner, B. Smith, R. Baldi

TRARALGON

Goal Kickers: F. Shields, M. Luckie, L. D''Angelo, H. Neocleous, J. Cashmore Best Players: J. Cashmore, T. Hourigan, A. Grant, H. Neocleous, P. Strong, C. Ruyters

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2017 NETBALL PREMIERS

A GRADE PREMIERS - TRARALGON

B GRADE PREMIERS - MOE

Drouin 49 v Traralgon 62

Moe 52 v Traralgon 35

C GRADE PREMIERS - LEONGATHA

17 & UNDER PREMIERS - MAFFRA

Leongatha 30 v Wonthaggi Power 27

Maffra 50 v Traralgon 29

15 & UNDER PREMIERS - WONTHAGGI

13 & UNDER PREMIERS - SALE

Leongatha 35 v Wonthaggi Power 45

Sale 37 v Bairnsdale FNC 28

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Round 1 – Saturday 7th April

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INTERLEAGUE 2017 WORKSAFE COMMUNITY CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018 TRFM Gippsland League have selected Ted Summerton Reserve (TSR) in Moe to host the 2018 Worksafe Community Championships clash against Murray FL on May 19th. The ground features one of the best playing surfaces in the region combined with some of the top player facilities which will help showcase Gippsland representative football's biggest match. Senior football will not be the only thing on the agenda with the event including Under 18s football and Open Netball where TRFM Gippsland League will look to continue their strong recent performances. It is great to see that there is stability in the coaching ranks with Harmit Singh continuing on into his second year of the Senior coaching role. Kristian Gray fresh off a wave of success over the past few seasons will be heading up the Under 18s. 2017 MVP & Hutchison Medallist Stacie Gardiner will be leading the Open netball after their win over the Yarra Ranges last year the girls will be eager to remain as one of the dominant regional netball sides.

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The League has put in a lot of work in the offseason around the senior program and the following squad has been put together full of players keen to take on the honour of representing the TRFM Gippsland League.

Training / Game Program Below: Monday 23rd April: Melbourne Group to Train – Venue TBC Wednesday 9th May: Full Group Session in Gippsland – Venue TBC Monday 14th May: Flush Session in Melbourne & Gippsland – Venues TBC Thursday 17th May: Full Group Session / Jumper Presentation in Gippsland – Venue TBC Saturday 19th May: Gippsland League v Murray F.L @ Moe.




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Good morning and welcome to season 2018 of the TRFM Gippsland League.

For more information please contact Nick Cullis at

It is with immense pleasure to be given the opportunity to provide some literature for the GLI record.

The Sale Umpires Association take great pride in morning andand welcome to officiatingGood in the GLI each week look forward season 2018 of the TRFM Gippsland to the season ahead starting with the Battle of the League. Birds in Sale.

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work they have put into the GLI administration and governance in 2017. The SUA are always on the hunt for new recruits. If

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a way to stay involved in football with some very attractive benefits, please join the SUA. For more information please contact Nick Cullis at AFL Gippsland. nick.cullis@afl.com.au or 0413376759

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2017 League MVP award winners Aiden Lindsay from Wonthaggi Power and Michael Todd from Sale.



PAST ROUND 1's By Paul Carter

5 YEARS AGO - 13TH APRIL, 2013 Four of the top five from 2012 scored first up wins as the 2013 season got under way. The fifth, Traralgon, fought out a tight match with Sale. The 2012 Premier, Sale, was challenged on their home turf by the Maroons, just three points separating the two at half time. With Kane Martin and Jacob Schuback ever-busy in the midfield, the Magpies edged away to win by 22 points. Leongatha gained early control over their match with Bairnsdale, leading by almost six goals at the half time break. Tom Marriott played a match-winning game on ball with Cade Maskell showing good form across half forward. Aaron Hillberg top-scored for the Parrots with five goals, Mark Sellings replying in kind for the Redlegs. Darren Sheen starred with ten goals for Maffra against Moe. Early inaccuracy from the Eagles prevented them from taking a bigger lead, but the issue was put beyond doubt with eight third quarter goals. Morwell was forced to slug it out at Wonthaggi and returned home with a hard earned 33 point win. Warragul was too strong for Drouin on the Sunday, Ben Drew kicking five goals for the Gulls and Assistant Coach Mark Collison combining well with star ruckman Matt Gray.

term when the Gulls added 4.6 while keeping the Tigers scoreless. Nick Edney and Aaron Rhodes were solid for Warragul, while Andrew Petrou and Liam Visser stood out for the Tigers. Garfield had a battle on their hands against an incredibly accurate Traralgon. The Stars trailed by 16 points at the final change (7.9 to 11.1), coming home strongly with five unanswered goals in the final term. Coach Ben Soumilas led from the front for Garfield. The Sunday game between Sale and Maffra lived up to the usual hype with 32 goals scored between them. Maffra gained the early lead, Sale hitting back with seven goals in the second term to lead by 11 points at the long break. They both added 5.4 in the third term to maintain the status quo, then ground it out in the final thirty minutes, Maffra reducing the final margin in Sale’s favour to just seven points. Drouin had the bye.

Ladder: Moe 4, Warragul 4, Garfield 4, Sale 4, Maffra 0, Traralgon 0, Morwell 0, Leongatha 0, Drouin 0.

Warragul 11.11.77 d Morwell 8.7.55

Warragul: Best: N.Edney, A.Rhodes, J.Morgan. Goals: N.Lieshout 3, S.Murphy 2, S.Ingham 2. Morwell: Best: A.Petrou, L.Visser, M.Duncan. Goals: A.Petrou 3, L.Dowling 2, R.Michaelides 2.

Ladder: Morwell 4, Maffra 4, Warragul 4, Sale 4, Leongatha 4, Bairnsdale 0, Traralgon 0, Drouin 0, Moe 0, Wonthaggi 0.

Moe 14.8.92 d Leongatha 3.9.27

Leongatha 17.12.114 d Bairnsdale 13.14.92

Moe: Best: A.Kennedy, C.Hancock, L.Webber. Goals: R.Horton 3, J.Shields 3, S.Lee 2, T.Makepeace 2, A.Payne 2. Leongatha: Best: T.Dowd, B.Rayson, J.Hughes. Goals: all singles.

Leongatha: Best: T.Marriott, C.Maskell, A.Hillberg. Goals: A.Hillberg 5, D.Holt 3, C.Maskell 2, T.Marriott 2. Bairnsdale: Best: L.Dyer, M.Sellings, S.Nickless. Goals: M.Sellings 5, D.Lynn 3.

Garfield 12.10.82 d Traralgon 11.2.68

Maffra 24.15.159 d Moe 12.11.83

Garfield: Best: B.Soumilas, L.Tynan, M.Shorey. Goals: D.MacFarlane 2, B.Soumilas 2. Traralgon: Best: R.Hore, N.Freitag, M.Habel. Goals: T.Aitken 3, C.Dunn 2, R.Hore 2, N.Quenault 2.

Maffra: Best: B.Coleman, K.Porter, D.Sheen. Goals: D.Sheen 10, J.Saunders 3, B.Coleman 2, A.Burgiel 2, J.Weatherley 2. Moe: Best: J.Blaser, P.Ainsworth, L.Sheehan. Goals: J.Blaser 3, T.Brown 2, J.Chessells 2.

Sale 17.13.115 d Maffra 15.18.108

Morwell 9.15.69 d Wonthaggi 4.12.36

Morwell: Best: T.Crosby, M.Johnston, H.Singh. Goals: D.MacDonald 3, M.Johnston 2, L.Dowling 2, M.Duncan 2. Wonthaggi: Best: J.Blair, M.Kelly, T.Harley. Goals: E.Shaw 2.

Sale: Best: R.McAdam, K.Pendlebury, M.Todd. Goals: D.Ivey 3, B.Martin 3, K.Martin 2, C.Laverty 2, A.Cox 2. Maffra: Best: B.Coleman, S.Walker, S.Bristow. Goals: A.Burgiel 6, H.Burgiel 3, K.Porter 3.

Sale 16.15.111 d Traralgon 13.11.89

20 YEARS AGO - 18TH APRIL, 1998

Sale: Best: K.Martin, J.Schuback, J.Dessent. Goals: M.Ferguson 5, K.Fraser 2, L.Todd 2, M.Davis 2, B.Rathnow 2. Traralgon: Best: J.Steers, J.Symons, A.DiCiero. Goals: A.DiCiero 2, M.Geary 2, D.McKenna 2, T.McQualter 2, A.Slottje 2.

A full strength Traralgon (the Maroons no longer a part of the VFL) sent ominous warnings through the competition with a thumping 121 point demolition of Warragul. Tony Lane, Grantley Switzer and Matt Malone each kicked six goals for the winners. Leongatha claimed the points against Morwell with a strong first half where they established a 47 point lead. Tim Traill kicked five goals for the Parrots. After trailing early, Sale kicked six unanswered goals against Maffra to take the lead, building on their advantage in the final two terms. Wonthaggi enjoyed their trip back from Bairnsdale with a solid 47 point win to their credit. Blair Hunter kicked five goals for the Blues with big men Brett Beaumont, Warren Everitt and Adam Mabilia the best for the winners. Moe had the bye.

Warragul 18.13.121 d Drouin 12.5.77

Warragul: Best: M.Collison, M.Gray, B.Drew. Goals: B.Drew 5, M.Collison 3, R.Buttner 2, J.Helliwell 2, C.Carey 2, M.Gray 2. Drouin: Best: D.Olsen, S.Phelan, B.Fraser. Goals: D.Seri 2, S.Ballingall 2, J.Wyatt 2, Sean Proctor 2.

10 YEARS AGO - 12TH APRIL, 2008 Moe, under new coach Troy Makepeace, took on Leongatha under lights at Leongatha. The Lions drew away after the first break, restricting the home team to a single goal after quarter time. Big men Adam Kennedy, Chris Hancock and Luke Webber controlled the aerial duels as the Lions recorded a 65 point win. The tight game between Morwell and Warragul (played at Traralgon) was effectively decided in the second

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Ladder: Traralgon 4, Wonthaggi 4, Leongatha 4, Sale 4, Maffra 0, Morwell 0, Bairnsdale 0, Warragul 0, Moe 0.

Traralgon 25.12.162 d Warragul 6.5.41

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Traralgon: Best: R.Rayner, M.Malone, M.Campbell. Goals: T.Lane 6, G.Switzer 6, M.Malone 6, G.Morley 3, M.Campbell 2. Warragul: Best: G.Marshall, B.Kilday, B.Webb. Goals: G.Marshall 2, B.Moss 2.


PAST ROUND 1's By Paul Carter Leongatha 16.8.104 d Morwell 9.11.65

Leongatha: Best: C.McGannon, D.Clarke, M.Patterson. Goals: T.Traill 5, A.Fixter 2, J.McCallion 2, B.Matthews-Herald 2. Morwell: Best: A.Waller, D.Cheffers, B.Sherriff. Goals: A.Wood 2, A.Waller 2, D.Preston 2.

Sale 16.10.106 d Maffra 10.9.69

Sale: Best: G.Harrington, D.Surkitt, M.Bates. Goals: B.Johnson 4, W.Harris 3, D.Surkitt 3, G.Harrington 2. Maffra: Best: A.Dunsmuir, S.McGee, P.Gunn. Goals: J.Rawlins 3, J.Hutchins 3.

Wonthaggi 13.14.92 d Bairnsdale 6.9.45

Maffra: Best: A.Svenson, D.Cunningham, B.Donohue. Goals: S.Allman 4, P.Allman 2, T.Crothers 2.

Bairnsdale 23.12.150 d TTU 7.19.61

Bairnsdale: Best: M.Sily, D.Preston, G.Anderson. Goals: K.Cropper 5, B.Eastham 3, S.McLaren 3, B.Cowell 2, W.Royal 2, W.Trinder 2. TTU: Best: R.Summers, D.Kruger, B.Davis. Goals: G.Henderson 2.

40 YEARS AGO - 1ST APRIL, 1978

Wonthaggi: Best: B.Beaumont, W.Everitt, A.Mabilia. Goals: B.Hunter 5, D.Beaumont 3, D.Brown 2. Bairnsdale: Best: A.McDonald, K.Brodribb, L.Moresi. Goals: P.Hamilton 2.

Traralgon recorded a strong first-up win over arch rival Morwell. In a fiery game, Allan Lowe’s seven goals proved the difference between the two as the Maroons romped to a 59 point victory. Moe took until the final quarter to break away from a determined Bairnsdale side. The Lions came home with seven final quarter goals, Peter Boyce spearheading - 16TH APRIL, 1988 the side with six goals. Sale seemed to have the game in their keeping against Warragul, the Magpies kicking seven goals to none in the Some great off-season recruiting saw Leongatha win at home comfortably over fellow finalist from 1987 in Sale. The Magpies had a opening term. They maintained the advantage to half time and, despite young team on the field with five players coming in from their previous five goals form the Gulls in the third term, still had a comfortable 32 year’s Thirds side. Glenn Thorsen was brilliant for the Parrots with nine point lead going in to the final term. The Gulls, led by Roger Vansittart goals, Leongatha building on their five goal quarter time lead to win by and Michael Vick, stormed home with four goals to one, but came up 77 points. Warragul had to fend off a fast finishing Moe side, the Lions eight points short. Speedsters Paul Clavarino and Peter Speed were kicking 6.6 in the final quarter, however Warragul was able to steady Sale’s best players. Yallourn/Yallourn North took on the reigning Premier to win by 22 points. Morwell’s nine goal opening term set the scene Leongatha and a tough encounter ensued, so much so that just three for their game against Churchill. Geoff Kyle’s six goals led the way for Morwell who had ten players share their twenty goals. Traralgon was far goals had been scored at the half time break. The Blues, led by Michael too strong for Maffra. The Maroons kicked 16 goals in the opening half to Lovison and Don Huffer, grabbed the lead in the third term with five lead by 64 points at half time. Max Cunico controlled the ruck and John goals to three and then kicked it home with four goals to two to win by Walsh and Mark Pearce (4 goals each) led a dominant Maroons’ forward seventeen points. Maffra had the bye. line. The game at Tyers was tight for a half before Bairnsdale blew the contest apart with an incredible eleven goal burst in the third quarter. Ladder: Traralgon 4, Moe 4, YYN 4, Sale 4, Maffra 4, Coach Bruce Cowell was inspirational for Bairnsdale with a young David Warragul 0, Leongatha 0, Bairnsdale 0, Morwell 0. Preston picking up more than forty possessions.

30 YEARS AGO

Ladder: Leongatha 4, Bairnsdale 4, Traralgon 4, Morwell 4, Warragul 4, Moe 0, Churchill 0, Maffra 0, TTU 0, Sale 0.

Traralgon 19.16.130 d Morwell 9.17.71

Leongatha 17.15.117 d Sale 5.10.40

Traralgon: Best: A.Lowe, P.Black, D.Webber. Goals: A.Lowe 7, A.Jennings 4, P.Black 3. Morwell: Best: B.Stanistreet, D.Moncur, K.Jelleff. Goals: J.Rasmussen 3, S.Allison 2.

Warragul 17.10.112 d Moe 12.18.90

Moe: Best: R.Fusinato, T.Robinson, T.Alexander. Goals: P.Boyce 6, R.Fusinato 4, B.Clinch 2, G.Lincoln 2, R.Heddles 2. Bairnsdale: Best: M.Frew, R.Stanlake, D.Paterson. Goals: M.Frew 6, R.Stanlake 2, M.George 2.

Leongatha: Best: D.Rosser, C.Day, L.Alexander. Goals: G.Thorsen 9, M.Johnston 4, L.Alexander 3. Sale: Best: A.Stevenson, G.Collins, P.Todd. Goals: all singles. Warragul: Best: R.Fergsuon, M.Vick, A.Edwards. Goals: R.Harper 4, M.Gahan 4, N.Byrne 3, R.Ferguson 2, J.Powell 2. Moe: Best: S.Weadley, S.Gourley, P.Keenan. Goals: S.Jarvis 3, S.Hetherington 3, L.Sim 2.

Morwell 20.20.140 d Churchill 10.5.65

Morwell: Best: C.McColl, M.Kennedy, S.Allison. Goals: G.Kyle 6, P.Henderson 3, A.Lowe 2, C.McColl 2, P.Petrou 2. Churchill: Best: W.Pepper, L.Dear, M.Monacella. Goals: M.Monacella 2, S.Dalton 2.

Traralgon 23.24.162 d Maffra 1013.73

Traralgon: Best: M.Cunico, J.Walsh, R.Northe. Goals: J.Walsh 4, M.Pearce 4, A.Jennings 2, M.Cunico 2, J.Stevenson 2, M.Cutting 2, W.McDonald 2.

Moe 18.9.117 d Bairnsdale 12.11.83

Sale 13.14.92 d Warragul 11.14.80

Sale: Best: P.Clavarino, P.Speed, S.Farley. Goals: D.Mason 2, P.Clavarino 2, S.Farley 2, R.Christie 2. Warragul: Best: R.Vansittart, M.Vick, D.Gleeson. Goals: M.Gargan 2, J.Gibson 2, R.Vansittart 2, G.McCay 2.

Yall./Yall.Nth 10.12.72 d Leongatha 7.13.55 YYN: Best: M.Lovison, D.Huffer, N.Meredith. Goals: R.Lee 4, B.Howard 3, C.Lovison 2. Leongatha: Best: I.Salmon, S.McNamara,R.Gilliland. Goals: A.Westaway 3, C.Salmon 2.

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ROUND 1 STATISTICS By Paul Carter Leongatha v Wonthaggi (Friday, 30th March)

Lowest scores: Warragul 0. 5. 5 (2014) Morwell 3. 3. 21 (1995) Greatest winning margin: Warragul 74 (1976), Morwell 174 (2014) Most goals (match): Warragul 12 A.Singline (1976) Morwell 13 D.Preston (1999) Notes: These teams played a pair of hard fought out matches in 2017, each winning on the other’s home ground by similar margins. It was Morwell’s first win at Western Park for three years, while Warragul’s win at Morwell was their first there since 2008. Both teams have lost some key personnel over the break, Morwell probably more so than Warragul. After the great strides forward made by Warragul in 2016, last season would have been bitterly disappointing for them. Nothing short of a finals place will suffice this year for the coaching staff, players and their fans. After their back-to-back flags of 2013-14, Morwell made the finals last year for the first time in three years and they will be hoping to build on that in 2018.

(SGFL 1927 – 31, 1955-68, GL 1995-2004, 2010-17)

All matches: Played 108 Leongatha 58, Wonthaggi 48, drawn 2 At Leongatha: Played 43 Leongatha 28, Wonthaggi 13, drawn 2 Last ten matches: Leongatha 6, Wonthaggi 4 Last win at Leongatha: Leongatha 2017, Wonthaggi 2014 Last 5 years at Leongatha: Leongatha 3, Wonthaggi 2 Last three matches: 2 016 (W) Leongatha 13. 8. 86 d Wonthaggi 9.11. 65 2017 (W) Leongatha 22.13.145 d Wonthaggi 8. 7. 55 2017 (L) Leongatha 17.11.113 d Wonthaggi 4. 9. 33 Present winning sequence: Leongatha 4 Match Aggregate High: 259 pts (1995) Leongatha 32.19.211 d Wonthaggi 7. 6. 48 Match Aggregate Low: 35 pts (1965) Leongatha 2. 6. 18 d Wonthaggi 2. 5. 17 Highest scores: Leongatha 32.19.211 (1995), Wonthaggi 22.13.145 (2002) Lowest scores: Leongatha 2. 5. 17 (1931), Wonthaggi 2. 5. 17 (1965) Greatest winning margin: Leongatha 163 (1995), Wonthaggi 100 (2002) Most goals (match): Leongatha 8 J.Talbot (1995), T.Traill (1998) Wonthaggi 7 N.Garnham (2002), M.Silver (2004) Notes: A sure sign that one of these teams doesn’t hold the wood over the other for long is the fact that Leongatha’s present winning sequence of four games equals the longest either has had over the other in this competition. Leongatha won all four meetings in 1997-98 and Wonthaggi replied in kind with four on the trot with the 1999 Qualifying Final and all three meetings in 2000. Fans of both teams will have watched with keen interest the comings and goings over the Summer recess. There are some key names missing from the Parrots’ line-up, but they always seems to have stars popping up, while the Power seems quite stable from last year. A huge Good Friday crowd will be on hand to witness a classic opening to the 2018 season.

Moe v Drouin (Saturday, 7th April)

(CGFL 1909-11, 1919-30, 1933-40, LVFL 1960-64, 2005-2017)

All matches: Played 74 Moe 46, Drouin 26, drawn 2 At Moe: Played 38 Moe 28, Drouin 9, drawn 1 Last ten matches: Moe 4, Drouin 6 Last win at Moe: Moe 2017, Drouin 2015 Last 5 years at Moe: Moe 4, Drouin 1 Last three matches: 2 016 (D) Drouin 5. 8. 38 d Moe 3. 5. 23 2017 (M) Moe 18.28.136 d Drouin 2. 2. 14 2017 (D) Moe 12.13. 85 d Drouin 11.11. 77 Present winning sequence: Moe 2 Match Aggregate High: 227 pts (1938) Moe 20.14.134 d Drouin 14. 9. 93 Match Aggregate Low: 23 pts (1922) Drouin 1. 8. 14 d Moe 1. 3. 9 Highest scores: Moe 22.19.151 (1929), Drouin 27.13.175 (2010) Lowest scores: Moe 1. 3. 9 (1922), Drouin 0. 5. 5 (1920) Greatest winning margin: Moe 114 (2005), Drouin 135 (2010) Most goals (match): Moe 11 F.Robinson (1929) Drouin 11 C.Dunne (2011) Notes: A disappointing, winless season for Drouin in 2017 had Warragul v Morwell (Friday, 30th March) some bright lights in the second half of the season. None more so (1932 – 1953 (CGFL), 1954 - 1999, 2005 – 2017) than the last meeting between these teams in Round 13 where the Hawks seemed destined for their first premiership points, leading All matches: Played 187 Warragul 77, Morwell 108, drawn 2 by 39 points half way through the third term, and still by 31 at the At Warragul: Played 82 Warragul 41, Morwell 40, drawn 1 final change. The shell-shocked Moe clicked into gear, kicking six Last ten matches: Warragul 3, Morwell 7 unanswered goals to snatch an eight point win. There has been Last win at Warragul: Warragul 2016, Morwell 2017 considerable movement of players back to the Hawks’ nest for 2018, Last 5 years at Warragul: Warragul 2, Morwell 3 while Moe continues to nurture its considerable young talent. The Last three matches: 2 016 (M) Morwell 9.15. 69 d Warragul 8. 8. 56 2017 (M) Warragul 17.13.115 d Morwell 13.15. 93 Lions finished as losing 1st Semi-Finalists last year and will push hard for a top three finish at least. The Hawks will be a tough first 2017 (W) Morwell 14. 9. 93 d Warragul 9.11. 65 up opponent for the Lions in a match which will give the followers Present winning sequence: Morwell 1 of both clubs an indication of where their fortunes may be taking Match Aggregate High: 297 pts (1996) Morwell 27.16.178 d them this year. Warragul 18.11.119 Match Aggregate Low: 65 pts (1950 2nd Semi) Morwell 7. 9. 51 d Warragul 2. 2. 14 Highest scores: Warragul 24.14.158 (1976 & 1978), Morwell 35.14.224 (1992)

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Bairnsdale v Traralgon (Sat, 7th April - twilight)

(1914-34 (GFL), 1960-98, 2011- 2017)

All matches: Played 161 Bairnsdale 42, Traralgon 117, drawn 2

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ROUND 1 STATISTICS By Paul Carter At Bairnsdale: Played 75 Bairnsdale 28, Traralgon 46, drawn 1 Last ten matches: Bairnsdale 1, Traralgon 9 Last win at Bairnsdale: Bairnsdale 2017, Traralgon 2016 Last 5 years at Bairnsdale: Bairnsdale 1, Traralgon 4 Last three matches: 2016 (T) Traralgon 10.18. 78 d Bairnsdale 0. 4. 4 2017 (B) Bairnsdale 12.11. 83 d Traralgon 12.10. 82 2017 (T) Traralgon 14.11. 95 d Bairnsdale 3. 7. 25 Present winning sequence: Traralgon 1 Match Aggregate High: 237 pts (1997) Traralgon 22. 8.140 d Bairnsdale 15. 7. 97 Match Aggregate Low: 37 pts (1919) Bairnsdale 2. 7. 19 d Traralgon 1.12. 18 Highest scores: Bairnsdale 20.19.139 (1981), Traralgon 34.17.221 (1998) Lowest scores: Bairnsdale 0. 2. 2 (1998), Traralgon 1.12. 18 (1919) Greatest winning margin: Bairnsdale 85 (1928), Traralgon 219 (1998) Most goals (match): Bairnsdale 8 S.McLaren (1988), J.Gibbs (2011) Traralgon 10 K.Templeton (1973), P.McCulloch (1993) Notes: When these teams last met at Bairnsdale’s City Oval, Traralgon entered the game as undefeated league leaders after Round 6. A seventh straight win seemed to be on the way when Traralgon held a three goals lead at the half way point, however the Redlegs fought back hard and snatched a one point win. This was Bairnsdale’s first win over Traralgon for five years and broke a nine game losing streak that they had against the Maroons. The news of the off-season was the reported return of several players to Bairnsdale and some key ins and outs for Traralgon. This twilight game should draw a huge East Gippsland crowd which will be thoroughly entertained.

Sale v Maffra (Sunday, 8th April)

(1901-53 (GFL), 1960-2017)

All matches: Played 281 Sale 139, Maffra 139, drawn 3 At Sale: Played 131 Sale 82, Maffra 48, drawn 1 Last ten matches: Sale 4, Maffra 6 Last win at Sale: Sale 2014, Maffra 2017 Last 5 years at Sale: Sale 2, Maffra 3 Last three matches: 2 016 (M) Maffra 9.15. 69 d Sale 11. 2. 68 2017 (M) Maffra 21. 9.135 d Sale 6. 7. 43 2017 (S) Maffra 12.21. 93 d Sale 7. 5. 47 Present winning sequence: Maffra 6 Match Aggregate High: 299 pts (1995) Sale 31.13.199 d Maffra 15.10.100 Match Aggregate Low: 33 pts (1902) Sale 4. 2. 26 d Maffra 1. 1. 7 Highest scores: Sale 31.13.199 (1995), Maffra 27.14.176 (2009) Lowest scores: Sale 0. 3. 3 (2004), Maffra 1. 1. 7 (1902) Greatest winning margin: Sale 162 (1987), Maffra 131 (2005) Most goals (match): Sale 10 R.Christie (1978) Maffra 11 A.Paynter (1994), D.Stubbe (2009) Notes: Since the old Gippsland Football League formed in 1901 these teams have met 281 times. The remarkable statistic is that Maffra’s winning of the last six games between them has drawn the ledger even at 139 wins apiece with three games drawn. Fans attending these “Battles of the Birds” are guaranteed of a “nothing left in the sheds” match where neither team lets up until the final siren has sounded. Maffra had two sizable wins against their old foe in 2017, margins of 92 and 46 points, but the scores should be much closer than that this afternoon in front of the traditional huge crowd.

GIPPSLAND LEAGUE ROUND ONE RECORDS 1954 - 2017 HIGHEST SCORES

35.24.234 33.23.221 31.27.213 32.16.208 32.13.205

MORWELL v Churchill MORWELL v Moe BAIRNSDALE v Newborough MAFFRA v Drouin WONTHAGGI v Moe

LOWEST SCORES

2. 3. 15 2. 6. 18 2. 7. 19 2. 8. 20 3. 2. 20

DROUIN v Morwell GARFIELD v Moe MORWELL v Moe YALLOURN v Morwell YALL./YALL.NTH v Leongatha

GREATEST MARGINS

185 180 174 171 158

1994 1997 1980 2005 1996

2017 2009 1990 1966 1982

MORWELL 35.24.234 d Churchill 7. 7. 49 1994 BAIRNSDALE 31.27.213 d Newborough 4. 9. 33 1980 MORWELL 33.23.221 d Moe 7. 5. 47 1997 SALE 30.23.203 d Churchill 4. 8. 32 1985 MAFFRA 32.16.208 d Drouin 8. 2. 50 2005

“HEART STOPPERS”

Draw Warragul 8.11. 59 drew Trafalgar 8.11. 59 1965 1 Moe 11.12. 78 d Leongatha 11.11. 77 1999 Wonthaggi Power 9. 9. 63 d Leongatha 8.14. 62 2010 1 2 Yallourn 7.11. 53 d Morwell 6.15. 51 1958 2 Heyfield 9.11. 65 d Yallourn 8.15. 63 1968 2 Morwell 16. 9.105 d Traralgon 15.13.103 1983 2 Wonthaggi 21. 7.133 d Morwell 21. 5.131 2004

GOALKICKERS

13 12 11 11 11 10 10

Shane Loveless (Sale) v Moe Ron Cox (Newborough) v T.T.U. Murray Silver (Wonthaggi) v Morwell Chris Dunne (Drouin) v Moe Matthew Ferguson (Sale) v Bairnsdale Paul Rowe (Bairnsdale) v Churchill Darren Sheen (Maffra) v Moe

1987 1984 2004 2011 2012 1992 2013

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CLUB NOTES LEONGATHA Well here we are again at the start of another season and hopes are high for another successful year both on field and off. We extend a warm welcome to one and all on this historic day for the LFNC. With the 2017 season well behind us we have once last chance to reflect on what was surely the most intense and emotional grand final win in our history. Beau Vernon and his family will return for the day to unfurl the 2017 Senior Football flag. The hard work and dedication of all involved in this historic victory can be relived momentarily before we renew hostilities with our great rivals the Wonthaggi Power Football Netball Club. Another highlight will be the unfurling of the C Grade Netball 2017 Premiership flag, which was another triumph for hard work and dedication. We would like wish all new players in all grades of netball and football the very best of luck. Also good luck to the new coaches who take on such an important roles at the club. These include Paul Carbis (Senior Football), Joel Renden (Reserves Football) and Jene Vanderzalm (U16s Football). In netball we have Alisha Hemming (A Grade), Jaclyn Smith (B Grade), Mel McLennan (C Grade), Lauren Redpath/ Nikya Wright (U17s), Paris Rogers (U15s) and Georgia Riseley (U13s). Before we start please spare a thought for all those who volunteer their time to make the LFNC such a great place to play each week. If you would like to be part of this great workforce please don't hesitate to speak to Mal or Jeanne as more hands make light work.

Social News After today’s game our annual player auction will be held. Please come in after the game, have a drink and participate in this great fun event. Who knows you may double your money! Our annual ball will be held after the Rd3 game against Morwell on the 21st April. Tickets will be available from Friday. On May 12th we are hosting The Big Celebrity Sports night. Guest speakers include Jarryd Roughead, Damien Fleming, Darren Lehmann and Bob Murphy. Tickets are limited so get in quick and contact Rob on 0447 682348.

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LEONGATHA FNC COLOURS Emerald Green & Gold COACHES Seniors: Paul Carbis Reserves: Joel Renden Under 18s: Mark Granham Under 16s: Gene vanderZalm

UNDER 18s

1

Brock Hastings

2

Dylan Granham

3

Boadie Motton

5

Cam Olden

7

Mitch Bentvelzen

9 Jack Beckwith 10 Jake vander Pligt 11 Jack Hume 12 Tom vander Kolk 13 Luke Gheller 14 Tyson Hannegraff 15 Jacob Lamers 16 Will Littlejohn 17 Kyle Reid

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RESERVES SENIORS

SENIORS

1

Col Sanbrook

28 Josh Schelling

Hayden Browne

29 Jake Mackie

3 Zac Reid

4 Josh Hopkins

30 Tim Sauvarin

5

Colby Michael

Kyle Cooper

6

5

31 Sean Westaway

Matthew Portelli

8

Harry vanderZalm

6 Joel Renden

33 Blake van Rooy

9 Travis Nash 10 Ryan Gilliam 11 Haidyn Kewming 12 Aaron Trease

FINAL

UNDER 18s

3

Levi Hickey

7 Jackson Harry

35 Jack Vanderkolk

8 Tom Marriott

36 Matt Borschman

9 Joel Sinclair

37 Jack Ballagh

10 Harrison McGannon

38 Fraser Kelly

13 Daniel Sturtevant

11 Ryan Olden

39 Louis Riseley

14 Darcy Hume

12 Blake McGrath

40 James Monaghan

15 Ned Hanily

13 Chris Verboon

42 Cam Stone

16 Reegan kemp

14 Chris Rump

43 Rhett Kelly 44 Jack Hemming

17 Alex Battersby

15 Brok Davidson

18 Ethan Lamers

16 Nathan Trotto

45 Matt Martin

19 Noah Fixter

17 Chris Dunne

46 Sam Horvath

20 Noah Clarke 21 Tyson Davies 22 Riley Drysdale 24 Harry Sheedy

32 Oscar Sullivan-Bowler

¾

2

24 Josh Hastings

29 Mason McGannon

½

1 Aaron Turton

23 Campbell Riseley

27 Jordan Hill

¼

UNDER 16s

19 Tom Sheedy

26 Ben Perry

SCORES UNDER 16s

25 Flynn Materia 26 Kyah Clarkson 27 Kyle Eyers

18 Lachie Wright

48 Brock Jones

19 Justin Pellicano

49 Julian Patterson

20 Ben Willis

53 Grant Fleming

21 Jack Ginnane

54 Nick Battersby

22 Joel Norton

55 Luke Bowman

23 Cade Maskell

57 Tim Wightman

24 Tully Bernaldo

58 Jack Dudley

29 Cade James

25 Des Bowman

59 Peter Gillin

30 Royce Patterson

26 Pat McGrath

88 Bill Horavth

32 Jay Lindsay

27 Sam Forrester

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WONTHAGGI FNC COLOURS Teal, Black & White COACHES Seniors: Stuart Gilmour Reserves: Tom Wells Under 18s: Ross Bramely Under 16s: Darren Brown

UNDER 18s

SCORES

¼

½

¾

FINAL

UNDER 16s UNDER 18s RESERVES SENIORS

UNDER 16s

SENIORS

N. Anderson

1

Shannon Bray

29 Logan West

2

R.Ennos

2

Matt Howell

30 Jonathan Ricotas

3 J.Gilmour

3

E.Dickenson

3

Domonic O'Connor

4 T.Simpson

4

5

5 J.Brown

1 2

D.Gardiner C.Brann

M.Condron

6 T.Murray 7

L.Burns

8 J.Benson 9

L.Braid

10 J.Dawson 11 C.McClean 12 R.Williamson 13 J.Roylance 14 G.Burgess 15 J.Bates 16 S.Speed 17 F.Anderson

1

K.Benson

6

B.Wingfield

7

H.Dawson

8 J.Kilgour 9

E.Reid

31 Steven Scott

4 Tom Murray

32 Nick Tucker

5

34 Curtis Gilmour

Michael Kelly

6

Kane McCarthy

35 Raniera Scott

7

Lochlan Jones

36 Matt Ware

8 Troy Harley

37 Dylan Wilson

10 Toma Huther

38 Mitch Davey

11 Pat Ryan

39 Sean Roche

11 R. Scarce

12 Jack Ridewood

42 Mark McCall

12 B.Mabilia

13 Joel Liddle

43 Zane MacDermid

13 C.Cummins

14 Jarrod Membrey

44 Luke O'Connor

14 C.Scott

15 Aiden Lindsay

46 Daniel Turton

15 M.Pier

16 Jorden Staley

47 Cade Waters

18 F.Clark

17 Dean Wylie

49 Caleb Boucher

19 C.Smith 21 K.Snelling 22 S.Tessari

18 Riley Lindsay

50 Josh Waters

19 Lochie Dumont

51 Tom Wells

20 Will Lenahan

52 Adam Pugh

21 Byron Dryden

53 Jack Blair

22 Andrew Sorensen

55 Adam Busana

23 Lochlan Scott

56 Alec Papodopolous

24 Zac Gilmour

57 Darcy Tiziani

18 K.Brown

23 H.Dobbie

19 D.Mancarella

25 W.Speed

21 J.Barry

30 D.McCrae

24 R.Suttie

32 J.Shultz

26 Santo Joma

58 Luke Bowler

27 W.Forsyth

33 O.Dawson

27 Tom Davey

59 Jake Kuyper

28 Insert Name

35 L.Speed

28 Will Joplan

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CLUB NOTES WONTHAGGI We welcome all our Players, members and friends to today's game. Over the time since the end of last season, our Football/Netball Club has undergone a transformation, with new looking Social rooms and Home rooms. We would like to thank T.S Construction for the work. A special appreciation must go to Mal Lindsay for his commitment of having the works finished asap. We had our first test run on Friday, with approximately 160 people there. The new kitchen got a great work out as well.

Fiona Cengia, A Grade Coach This year sees a mixture of youth and experience. The team is being led by

We have some messages from our coaches:

co captains Courtney Blair and Ally

Stuart Gilmour, Senior Coach

Cengia. Between them they are extremely

The win, loss ratio was not our focus in the 2017 season. Focus was on development and growth across all grades, this was critical for our sustainability and we had extremely clear direction at the end of 2017. A new approach was formed for our pre season, including many of our Melb. based players participating in the AFL 9's comp. and coming away with the premiership cup. Our local squad including U16's and U18's participated in the GippSport organised AFL9's comp.Including Dalyston FNC and Bass Coast Breakers women's teams. With over 90 participants. The new year has seen positive growth in all areas, including the introduction of 6 quality players to our senior squad. All grades are looking forward to the challenges ahead, and today is

knowledgable and are passionate about our

the start.

to go one better this year.

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club. The girls have had a sold pre season and are ready for today.

Carmel Birkett B Grade Coach After selections, it was difficult to get girls on the same night, due to Uni. and work. But we finally succeeded. All the girls have now settled and are excited about this year, and today is just the start of a great year.

Jo Duscher, C Grade Coach Well another season starts today. With a combination of past and new players combining to create a great team. Our goal is


CLUB NOTES WARRAGUL The Gulls welcome back all of our mates from across the League in the hope you are well rested and as excited as we are about another great year of country footy and netball Gippsland League style. The President is back in the saddle for another year as are our senior coaches with some new faces along for the ride as well. We welcome Dave Carpenter to the Gulls who will guide our under 16s this season and we wish him well. He has improved numbers at his disposal and the lads are very keen. Another welcome addition is Dean Hendrikse who returns after a stint with neighbouring clubs and his knowledge and fitness expertise has already shown benefits. In the break our footy department have been very focussed and with that we welcome the following players some of whom are returning to the fold. Mitch Nobelius, James Davidson, Tim Davine, Harley Nobelius, Luke Di Ciero, Tyssen Morrow, Jack Deen, Luke Thompson, Mark Bradley, Michael Coombes, Anthony Alderuccio, Matt Ross, Hayden LawsonPepper, Sam Whibley and Lachlan Miller have been training well and we welcome them to the Gulls family. To our supporters, please make yourselves known to these young men and make them feel right at home. In addition to that, Tom Muir and B J Sheehan are virtually new recruits after interrupted starts last season and that is also a massive boost. Steven Kidd has proven to be a master coach and has extracted the best out of all on the list. I think they have become better players and as importantly better people under his guidance. With the excellent recruitment undertaken, our depth is obviously going to strengthen giving reserves coach Scott McIntosh much more

to work with and enjoy some richly deserved success. Our under 18 side will benefit under the joint coaching of Tom Muir and Nate Paredes who will inject some enthusiasm and flair into these young mens games and they will have lots of fun along the way. Our netballers will continue on from last year under Lexie Fenton with Ruby Riley and Kellie Sheehan in support. They improved remarkably last year and with the addition of Rebecca O’Halloran, Rachael Chandler and Matisse Olsson and the welcome return of Renee Cook, Mel Pitt and Sarah Hams they will figure in finals action we are sure. Round 1 sees the first Good Friday clash where we welcome the Morwell Tigers to our season launch. We wish all in the GL a successful start to the 2018 season and remember stay safe on our roads this Easter.

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WARRAGUL FNC COLOURS Red & Black COACHES Seniors: Steven Kidd Reserves: Scott McIntoshUnder 18s: Nate Paredes/Tom Muir Under 16s: David Carpenter

UNDER 18s

SCORES

¼

½

¾

UNDER 18s RESERVES SENIORS

UNDER 16s

SENIORS

1

Marcus Pintaudi

2 Tom Heenan

1 Thomas Kelly

24 Brad Hefford

2

Sam Serramondi

3

Will Hendrikse

2

Matt Rennie

25 Josh Fairfull

4

Harry Notman

3

Kim Drew

26 James Davidson

5

Matthew Gary

3

Nick Edney (Res)

27 Adam Larkin

6 Austin Williamson

4

Brayden Fowler

28 Jack Deen

3

Bradley Quirk

4

Daniel Coates

5

Eddie McGillvray

6

Liam Gilliam

7

Carlyle Jensen

8

Daniel Whitten

9

Cooper Robbins

10 Thomas Baum

FINAL

UNDER 16s

7 Jake Kallady

5 Sam Russell (VC)

29 Rowan Lawson-Pepper

8 Tim Bloye

6

30 Lachlan Waters

9

7

Mitch Nobelius

31 Lachlan Miller

7

Aaron Rhodes (Res)

32 Matt Russell

Brody Tutton

10 Will Hatfield

Leigh Sheehan

11 Curtis Warburton

11 Brayden Notman

8

Luke DiCiero

33 Kyle Lehmann

12 Patrick Mulqueen

12 Josh Bloye

9

Dylan Proctor

34 Lucas Monacella

13 Connor Ives

10 Michael Lynn

36 Jamie Somers

14 Matthew Boyles

11 Tom Muir (C)

37 Daniel Gorman

15 Jai Serong

12 Nick Mulqueen

38 Harley Nobelius

16 Cooper Alger

13 Jed Serong

39 James Brown

17 Tom Carpenter

13 Brad Nott (Res)

41 Hayden Lawson-Pepper

19 Josh Notman

18 Charlie Stern

14 Jake Hughes

42 Sam Whibley

20 Chris Wallace

19 Corey Maric

15 Tyssen Morrow

43 Nate Paredes (DVC)

21 Mason McGarrity

20 Micah Williames

16 Matt Ross

44 Toby Fruend

22 Lachlan Wilson

21 Harrison Pyle

17 Jake Horstman

45 Scott Kelly

22 Hayden McCarthy

18 Ash Di Ciero

46 Kyle Cant

23 Mathew Pecoraro

19 Nick Steenson

47 Tim Davine

24 Beau Cusden

20 Angus Emery

48 Tim Brady

13 Darcy Norton 14 Aaron Baxter 15 Sam Fennell 16 Rhys Chambers 17 Fraser Phillips 18 Will Pyle

23 Bailey Quaife 24 Ryley Green 25 Will Gown 26 Braxton Ah Mat 27 Connor Williamson

25 Damien Handley

21 Michael Coombes

49 Will Cole

28 Ned Tworkowski

26 Brendan Coates

22 Daniel Giardina

54 Ben Mackie

29 Noah Gown

27 Darcy Porch

23 Jake Orlicki

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COLOURS Yellow & Black COACHES Seniors: Joel Soutar Reserves: Michael P Duncan Under 18s: Jason Macfarlane Under 16s: Brett Sherriff

UNDER 18s

1

Burkeley Macfarlane

2

Luke Dal Pra

3 Josh Bloomfield 4 Jordan Wilson 5 Shae Burzese 6

Elijah Lappin

7

Harrison Law

8

Zac Mongta

10 Matt Pollutro 13 Lachlan Ford 16 Jack Hennessy 18 Jimmy Quinn

¼

1 2

Campbell Blewett

3

Brody Hood

4 Zac Carlson 5

Nathan Noblett

6 Jack Beechy-Danvers 7 Tom Caile 8 Jaysen Sharman 9 Josh Monacella

½

¾

RESERVES SENIORS

SENIORS

2

Brandon McDonald

29 Nathan Foley

3

Daniel Hutchison

30 Matt Albanese

4

Kuiy Jiath

31 Sam Solomon

5

James Jacobsen

32 Ryan Hearn

6 Joel Soutar

33 Shane Winters

7

Luke Van Roy

34 Josh Scott

8

Ryan Tatterson

35 Hayden Maximiw

10 EJ Sharp

9 Tyler Hillier

36 Zac Cantrill

12 Damian Hough

10 Brendan Briggs

38 Adan Chawner

12 Kane Grinstead Jones

39 Nick Mills

13 Matt Pallutro

40 Kane Barlow

16 Luke McGregor

14 Tayler Weatherill

41 Shane Gniel

17 Decland Arnold 18 Nixon Hall

15 Will Kennedy

45 Corey White

16 Michael P Duncan

46 Cody Mostert

17 Nick Wilson

47 Hugh Sapkin

18 Harrison Law

48 Mathew Sloyan

19 Max Linton

49 Patt McGrath

20 Reece Lewis

50 Mitch Marino

21 Dan Musil

51 Patt Quinn

13 Callum Hutchison 14 Cooper White 15 Blair Rooney

19 Jake Brown 20 Zac Bezzina 21 Colby Kennedy 22 Liam Little

20 Ajeep Magar

23 Kyle Vitale 24 Rhodes Drakatos 25 Brody Deering

23 Gugei Malual

26 Jordan Thomas

22 Anthony Rosato

52 Mathew Bailey

24 Joseph Darling

27 Brayden Gillespi 28 Noel McLaughlin

23 Dan Schneider

55 Isaac Abas

26 Cameron Juhasz

37 Seth Healy

25 Daniel Siddle

60 Zac Anderson

27 Ryan Mayo

69 Adam Barlow

27 Caleb McRae

40 Zac Casey 48 Izayah Terrick

FINAL

UNDER 18s

UNDER 16s Blake Hughes

19 Nathan Williams

21 Dean Ravenhall

SCORES UNDER 16s

28 Jack Callaway

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CLUB NOTES MORWELL MFNC warmly welcomes all supporters to our first game for 2018. New President, Paul Spagnolo has a strong committee in place and an impressive team of coaches. 2018 Football coaches are Joel Soutar; Michael ‘Funky’ Duncan (2nds), Jason Macfarlane (3rds) and Brett Sheriff (4ths). 2018 Netball coaches are Rachel Allison (A & B squad), Gail Macfarlane (C & U17) Claire Allison (U15) and Caitlyn Mareska & Lucy Bertrand (U13). Work is also progressing well on the upgraded netball courts and new multipurpose pavilion at Morwell and we look forward to April 28th when our teams get to take too the new courts. Many thanks to Lucy Bertrand, Claire Allison, Russell Donoghue, Michael Henderson & Kellie Bertrand who have all been pivotal in supporting the upgrade. In 2018, we have strong numbers in the U16 football and younger age netball, so MFNC warmly welcomes all new players and parents to Tigerland. We look forward to your weekly support and encourage you to get some Tiger merchandise and wear our colours proudly on game days. Players who are yet to pay club registration are urged to finalise as quickly as possible; see Vanessa Couling or Jeff Spiers if help is

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required. Our U18 football numbers are thin and we would welcome all efforts to add to the player list this season. Any volunteers who are willing to help MFNC on game day are ‘gold’ to the club; please see Team Managers or coaches if you can help. A big ‘shoutout to our experienced trainers; Jeff Gniel, Brian Maxwell, Norm Bailey and Dean Boynes who continue to offer outstanding service to the club. Welcome to our new sponsor A1 Asphalt Services (ring 51341416) and a big thank you to major sponsor, Morwell Bowling Club where Club Bistro meals are always great value, so take the family there soon. Finally, thank you to Warragul for hosting us today and a Happy Easter to all - - Go TIGERS!


CLUB NOTES MOE Round 1 vs Drouin A warm welcome to all our members, players, supporters and sponsors to another season of Gippsland League football and netball, we trust you have all had an enjoyable summer break and are looking forward to seeing Moe compete strongly in 2018. An especially warm welcome to the team at Greenham Ag, who are on board as our new major sponsor for 2018. First and foremost we must acknowledge our premiership teams from 2017. Congratulations to Krissy Travers’ B Grade netball and Lachlan Sim’s Under 16 football teams who took home their competitions titles. Throughout the interim the club also hosted two AFL matches and our thanks go out to all who assisted in the running of these events. We were once again able to exhibit our premier facility which is no doubt one of the best in country Victoria. Furthermore, the gymnasium has also been upgraded as has the scoreboard to now feature digital team names. Another major event to happen during the off season was the establishment of a Youth Girls team. Under the pioneering of well known club identity Dean Abbott, Moe now has an all-encompassing football program. The Youth Girls will play a handful of games under lights after the men’s senior game at Ted Summerton and we wish them all the best in their inaugural season. The team will be coached by Chris Frazer.

across from Newborough. Senior Coach James Blaser enters his third season at the helm and will be striving to lead the club deep into the finals after breaking a long drought last season. In the Reserves Daniel Earl also comes into his third season whilst in the Under 18’s Rick Galea will again oversee the next crop of talent coming through. The Under 16’s will be coached by Craig Skinner, who has served a lengthy apprenticeship under Lachlan Sim and is more than ready to take on the role. Clinton ‘The Reverend’ Taylor will again fulfil the role of junior co-ordinator. On the court the club has appointed Melissa Rock as Netball director, Lisa Shields and Jodi Galea as its senior and junior co-ordinators as well as Peter Moody as its A Grade coach. Krissy Travers is back for another term as B Grade and Under 17’s coach, and Renee Blandford will take on the C Grade role. Senior player Shannon Freeman has accepted the job as Under 15’s coach, whilst Debbie Paul will oversee things in the Under 13’s. In the boardroom our team consists of

Further appointments include Rob Sapkin as our head physio and Danny Anderson as head trainer. Both men bring with them a wealth of experience and know-how and will be on hand to assist all players in the treatment and prevention of their injuries.

Manny Gelagotis – President

On the field preseason sessions have been well attended and the club have been buoyed by the return of a few former players, as well as those returning from injury. The club has appointed both Charles Weir and Travis Mitchell as the Head of Football and Senior assistant Coach respectively and is pleased to have Tyler Morrow, Billy-Jack Smith, Aaron Wilson and Sam Cougle back in maroon and gold, as well as Josh Pearce who has come

Martin Weir – Facilities

Lachlan Sim – Vice President Lisel McKay – Secretary Lis Keilty – Treasurer Gary Maslen – Sponsorship Karen Prestidge – Merchandise Sean Spiteri – Functions Durks – Record notes and publicity Best wishes to all in their endeavours for season 2018

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MOE FNC COLOURS Maroon, Blue & Gold COACHES Seniors: James Blaser Reserves: Daniel Earl Under 18s: Rick Galea Under 16s: Craig Skinner

UNDER 18s

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Liam Pearce

2 Trent Baldi 3

Patrick Bills

4

Riley Baldi

1 Aydan Connolly 2

Mathew Devon

3 Jordan McKay

5 Sam Lodge 6 Josh Galea

Lachlan Rock

5

Riley Moore

7

6

Luke Summersgill

7

Brandon Watson

8 Jordan Humphrey 9

Brock Smith

8

Matthew Heywood

11 Zac Skinner

9

Jack Edebohls

12 Kyle Jennings

10 Jesse McGrath

13 Harry Pepper

11 Joe Skinner

14 Jack Walton

12 Sam Hanson

10 Jack Robinson

15 Wade Anderson 16 Leo Connolly

13 Luke Balzomeris

17 Ryland Henkle

14 Matthew Neal

18 Blake McGown

15 Dylan Thornby

19 Riley Taws

16 Riley Pearce

20 Nathan Balfour

17 Hayden Molesworth

21 Ben Van Dyk 22 Luke Tumino

18 Tajh Eden

23 Ben Maslen

19 Ryan Griggs

24 Darcy Durham

20 Blake Dyson

25 Riley Wiggins 26 Jack Hirst

21 Rohan Demczuk

27 Kane Weir 29 Sam Flanders

23 Ben Fleming 25 Bailey Brown

30 Cole Miller

26 Jacob Matthews

32 Caleb Michie

28 Harry Hopkins

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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 31 32 33

Mitchell Stanlake James Blaser Tyson Biffin Harrison Sim Jai Massese Jacob Wood Michael Farrell Darnell Grech Bryce Collings Chris McIntosh Jayden Van Dyk Charlie Rieniets James DeVirgilio Josh Wilson Jay Murphy Scott Van Dyk Karl Mutke Hayden Prestidge Dylan Farrell Peter Ainsworth Thomas Fleming Ben Morrow Sean Spiteri Aaron Wilson Tyler Morrow Ryan Farmer Matthew Pearce Joel Bragagnolo Thomas Long Cambell Staff Billyjack Smith Ash Dugan Luke Mackay

34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65

Willy Dow Josh Pearce Lachlan Rees Matt Hibbs Aaron Raven Luke Carrodus Michael Camilleri Liam Durkin Michael Parker Lucas Fry Robbie Matthews Chris Mathe Ammon Difresco Clint Taylor Chris Robinson James Heslop Peter Yates Sam Cougle Ty Georgiou John Chessells Calvin Fry Tom Davy Jamie Curtis Aiden Vesty Lance Hope Dean Horton James Needham Anthony Gould Darren Cook James Columbine Richie Horton Daniel Farmer


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1 Jack Halliburton

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Fletcher Robertson Edgar

2 Jack Fraser

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SENIORS

1

Brendan Salce

27 Kurtis Harper

2

Sam Piner

28 Dylan Claxton

2 Jared Mills

3

Sam Dennis

3

Liam Anderson

29 Josh Seri

3

4

Bailey Prior

4

Liam Axford

31 Jason Hummel

5

Brod Fraser

32 Eddie Morris

Harley Nicklen

5 Trent Kearney

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UNDER 18s

UNDER 16s

1

½

UNDER 16s

4

Kiam Rose

6

Logan Corbet

6 Jeb McLeod

33 Michael Laszczyk

5

Kane Ward

7

Andy Hobday

7 Jackson Kos

34 Owen Walsh

8

Shaun Custance

9

Kaiden Livingstone

6

Christian Robertson Edgar

7

Regan Hodge

10 Abel Ferguson 11 Jordan Murphy

8

Brandon Rose

12 Jacob Sandman

9

Liam Gleeson

13 Tom Evans 14 Jahmain Harrison

10 Marko Kulas

15 Dallon Jeffrey- Molan

11 Chad Thompson

16 Jack Smith

13 Blake Roberts

18 Oran Anderson

17 Lachie Jagoe

16 Ryan Taylor

19 Angus Hales

8

Nathan Guy

35 Jye Mitchell

9

Robbie Baker

36 Matt Ridley

10 Tom Barr

37 Damien Allison

11 Sam Rippon

38 Brendan Dower

12 Jake Simpson

39 Wayne Morris

13 Jed Bethune

40 Nick Derrick

14 Jesse Craig

41 Andrew Miller

15 Cam Jolly

42 Rowan Drake

16 Austen Haymes

43 Jordan Kingi

17 Clayton Kingi

44 Bob Mc Callum

18 David Miller

45 Will Collins

20 Kaleb Hermansen

19 Rhys Salter

46 Joe Collins

20 Charlie Bethune

21 Xav Lafrantz

20 Ryan Taylor

47 Brendan Clark

21 Bryce Jeffrey Molan

22 Thomas Jenkinson

21 Liam Gleeson

48 Will Bryce

23 Josh Maric

22 Ben Lucas

49 Cody Harrison

23 Lenard Edwards Hayes

24 Dale Caldwell

23 Luke Ferguson

50 Shaun Straka

59 Steven Edwards Hayes

25 Adam Brooks

24 Jayden Fairlie

57 Rhys Fairlie

26 Che Dalton Ingham

25 James McKellar

58 Nick Burr

27 Charles Russell

26 David Olsen

60 Darrin Edwards Hayes

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CLUB NOTES

Our senior coach,,Jordan Kingi and his assistant coach Eddie Morris have really created a positive vibe around the club which has seen many Drouin boys return to their real home club. Rhys Fairlie is working hard as Reserves coach as are Under 18 coach Clayton Kingi and Under 16 coach Jim Sandman. We also have a hardworking Committee who are doing what they can to make the club stronger. The club welcomes a range of new sponsors including Drouin Tree Services, Adroit Proctor , Viatek, Warragul City Motors, Alpine Storage, Job Site Recyclers, 888 Traffic Management, Forefront Acupuncture and Gippsland Bulk Spreaders. We also greatly value the ongoing support of our long term sponsors. We are hoping for a positive start to our season today against Moe.

SOCIAL EVENTS coming up include: • SATURDAY 14 APRIL - THEME DJFC DAY v MAFFRA • SUNDAY 29 APRIL - SPONSORS DAY versus WARRAGUL • SATURDAY 12 MAY - REUNION OF 1978 PREMIERSHIP TEAM MAJOR SPONSORS :DROUIN and DISTRICT COMMUNITY BANK and THE DROUIN FAMILY HOTEL

Check out our website: www.drouinfc.vcfl.com.au

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We have our first game of the season against Moe today. The club under the leadership of Chris Soumilas and Di Lehmann has worked hard over the off season to be stronger in 2018 after a really tough 2017. We are very pleased with our coaching appointments and there is renewed hope around the club.

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NOTICE BOARD SATURDAY 14 APRIL – DJFC THEME DAY SUNDAY 29 APRIL – SPONSORS DAY v WARRAGUL

NETBALL NOTES Kylie Proctor has been reappointed as A Grade Coach for 2018 season. Stacie Gardiner (B Grade) and Alison McArthur (C Grade) complete our senior coaching panel. April Bethune and Stacie Gardiner (17s), Lisa Biffin (15s) and Abbey Tyrrell and Alison McArthur (13s) round out our junior panel. It has been a very positive Pre-season at the club with the inclusion of several new players across all grades, return of former premiership players and many juniors making the transition into seniors look easy. A focused pre-season and practice match against Ellinbank has set us up for the season ahead. Everyone is eager for the season to start and are looking forward to our round 1 clash against Moe. Congratulations to Stacie Gardiner, Ruby Pratt, Ella Henderson, Kylie Proctor & Alana Rippon who were all a part of the premiership team for Gippsland League in the Eastern Zone Premier Netball Competition over the off season.


CLUB NOTES BAIRNSDALE It’s here Redlegs, season 2018! Welcome to all our new Football & Netball Families it has been a huge offseason with plenty of positives across the board. Both Football & Netball departments have been working hard to be ready for today and no doubt will kick the season off with a solid start. We are now entering the 8th year in major league football with the TRFM Gippsland League whilst continuing our presence in East Gippsland football with our juniors in the Dwyers Toyota BDJFA. We are very pleased to have appointed 2017 senior assistant Darren Martin as our senior coach, initially for the coming two seasons. Our recruiting mantra has been local talent living in the area and our local players have responded. An influx of leading players from the EGFNL has seen our entire 2018 playing list sign two-year contracts in support of the Club’s, and Darren’s vision. To complement our list, we have also added some former locals with VFL experience to the mix. Shaun Wyatt will return to football in the region as co-coach alongside Darren. We see this as a major coupe for the club. Our A Grade Netballers will again be coached by sisters Ashleigh & Katelyn Wheeler. Congratulations to a few of the 17 & Under girls being selected in the A Grade side, including 2017 15 & U Hot Shots winner – Isla Pearson, Paris Dunkley and new recruit Alison Dwyer. The continued development of our juniors and a systematic promotion of youth, adds depth to Redlegs netball. We have, including our Youth Girls team, around 120 footballers and 60 netballers representing our region and testing themselves against the best in Gippsland. Our Junior football and Auskick programs, as well as our junior development teams

competing in the Bairnsdale netball Thursday night competition, see our Club currently providing opportunity in sport for around 310 participants. This number will continue to grow in 2018 with the addition of a NetSetGo program for beginning netballers and a Women’s football team to also compete in the Gippsland competition in conjunction with our Youth Girls. We have seen some improvements around the Club Facilities with the playing surface getting some much needed maintenance & new Netball Shelters underway. Let’s keep up to date with what’s going on around the club by following the Facebook page and Team App. Have a great day everyone!! Go Redlegs. Memberships Includes entry to Home Games $100 - Single Adult $220 - Family Membership (Includes 2 Adults and up to 4 Children) $45 - Pensioners Social Calendar Round 1 @ Home Hot Roast Rolls & Live Music following today’s matches - everyone welcome.

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BAIRNSDALE FNC COLOURS Red & Navy COACHES Seniors: Darren Martin Shaun Wyatt Under 18s: Paul Anderson Under 16s: David Dunkley

UNDER 18s

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Nic Bulmer Harold Hood Jackson Smith Leroy Yomo Jordy Ray Riley Timms Mitchell Wilmott Blake Fulton Mitch Fenner Charlie Mein Will Capes Glenn Perkins Ben McKinnon Ben Murphy Ben Purnell Angus McKenzie Damon Steed Harry Kellow Brad Carroll Norm Betts Darby McNamara Brad Daniel Koby Noonan Josh Wykes Darcy Fenning-Chester Tyrone Turner Harry Cook Kyle Derbyshire Harry Preston Finn Somerville Drew Marsden Tom Southern

SCORES

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Boris Bryant Lachie Fenner Dylan Bryant Will O'Keefe Reece Carstairs

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UNDER 18s RESERVES SENIORS

UNDER 16s

1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35

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UNDER 16s

SENIORS

1

Matt Corbett

18 Ryan Halford

2

Will Hamilton

19 Connor Steele

3

Russell Cowan

20 Brayden McCarrey

Darcy Sumner Tom Betts Billy Page Jake Richards Broden Rose Flynn Davis Adam Hudson Randall Stewart Liam Scott

4 Josh Kiss

21 Alex McLaren

5 Tom Calvert

22 Ethan East

6 Tomm Bryan

23 Link Robinson

7

Brayden Radford

24 Nathan Dennison

8

Callan McKeon

25 Nick George

9

Ricky Tatnell

27 Ryan Lovegrove

Toby Jerkins Caleb Marsh Will Bromage Josh Carroll Bohdi Sterling Caleb Holland Tyran Rees Flynn Thompson Max Keddie Byron Vickery Elvis Moser

10 Shaun Wyatt

29 Andrew Kenny

11 David Donchi

30 Harry Gibbs

12 Liam Giove

33 Michael Sowden

13 Dylan Sommerville

34 Corey Timms

14 Nick Sing

35 Jaryd Gilroy

15 Simon Deery

39 Alex Van Doselar

16 Charlie Bryan

40 Zac Kellow

Thomas Granbau Max Welsh Harrison Hopkins Lewis Smith Lachie Huggins Jeb Clay

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TRARALGON FNC COLOURS Maroon & White

TRARALGON FOOTBALL CLUB

THE MAROONS

COACHES Seniors: Mark Collison Reserves: Martin Cameron Under 18s: Grant Little Under 16s: Kevin Foley

UNDER 18s

1

Ben Cheetham

2 Isaac Copeland 3

Flynn Shields

4

Lachy Patterson

5 Jacob Van Iwaarden

SCORES

¼

SENIORS

UNDER 16s

SENIORS

Christian D'Angelo

1

2

Chance Doultree (Co Capt)

2 Tim Northe

29 Wilson Gaudion

3

Kade Ruyters

3

30 Peter Brady

4

Luis D'Angelo (Co Capt)

1

Luke Phillips

Michael Stockdale Michael Jacobsen

31 Ajith Achiek

5

Lee Stockdale

32 Mac Walker

Michael Burge

33 Zac Gray

Matthew Scholtes

6

7

Luke Johnson

6

Riley Adams

7 Jackson Hall (C)

8

Kade Marsh

7 Jayson Musgrove

9

Beau White

12 Poshang Akram

Hunter Watson

9

Beau Hutton

10 Hugh Dunbar

28 Tate Marsh

4

5

8

34 Tom Northe

8

Conor Ambler

35 Jay Neagle

9

Cory Stockdale

36 Trent Hourigan

10 Mark Collison

37 Josh Twite

11 Bailey Cameron

38 Dean Pearce

12 Kody Wilson

39 Lachy McDonald

13 Thomas McMahon

11 Ryan Wilson

13 Jackson McMahon

40 Rick Battista

14 Cohen Ruyters

12 Caleb Frith

14 Ben Amberg

41 Anthony Barrett

15 Lucas Tripodi

13 Reagon McDonald

16 Max Luckie 17 Kaijah Noda 18 Nick Lowden 20 Liam Willaton

15 Joey Rodda 16 Jet Clark 17 Gabriel Wood

FINAL

RESERVES

Harvey Neocleous

11 Josh Palmer

¾

UNDER 18s

6

10 Ewan Williams

½

UNDER 16s

15 Mitch Mustoe

42 Bobby Marshall

16 Jesse Jackway

43 Blake Aurish

17 Conor Little

44 Stuart Goddard

18 Rohan Hildebrand

45 Justin Barnes

19 Jake Vucenovic

46 Darcy Barnes

21 Liam Deering

18 Drake Grinstead-Jones

20 Adrian Slottje

47 Adam Jaensch

23 Lewis Noble

19 Brad Rickard

21 Haydn Hector

48 Jack Strong

25 Tullic O'Brien

20 Harrison Middleton

22 Riley Loprese

49 Nic Stevenson

23 Nic Quenault

50 Nathan Catherwood

26 Peter Strong 27 Tom Webster 28 Tye Hourigan

24 Nick Fox 28 Flynn Kennedy

24 Matt Williams

51 Lachlan Davison

25 Jordy Sandy

52 Brendan Tibballs

29 Will Broadbent

29 Darrion Duncan

26 Dylan Loprese

53 Rob Wilkie

30 Archie Grant

30 Aidan Foley

27 Darren White

61 Daniel Loprese

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CLUB NOTES TRARALGON

TRARALGON FOOTBALL CLUB

We welcome all new players, parents and supporters and hope they all enjoy their year and welcome back all our players, parents and supporters from last year. The club wishes Matt Northe all the best for the 2018 season as he has been selected in the Nth Melbourne VFL squad. Matt will be sorely missed as he has been a great player for us over many years. We also congratulate Nick Lowden, Will Broadbent, Tye Hourigan & Harvey Neocleous to the Gippsland Power TAC cup U18 squad. In the off season we have recruited a few players including Cody Wilson, Jesse Jackway & Connor Ambler returning from the VFL. We also look forward to having Cory Stockdale and Adrian Slotje who are both returning from injury last year. We have had a few players leave but have a great group of players coming into senior ranks from the U18 premiership side last year. There are also a few other senior players coming in from other leagues to test themselves at the higher level. We look forward to a great year in both the senior and reserves sides. The U18 side once again coached by Grant Little, look like they once again have a strong squad and will challenge for a top 3 finals spot and look to defend their title from last year. The U16 squad is not as big as in past years but look very talented and with Kevin Foley once again at the helm will be a chance to be right up in contention again this year after making the grand final last year.

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THE MAROONS In the netball we welcome back Caitlan Ponton (returning A grade premiership player) to lead the premiership defence as A grade coach for season 2018. In B grade it is once again Fiona Morrow coaching. C grade is Katie Smith. U17 coach Ramayer Gourley (Victorian Fury player for the 2nd successive year), U15 is Tracey Gaudion & U13 is Michelle Livingstone. We wish all teams the best for season 2018 in both football and netball.

Go Maroons!!


CLUB NOTES

We have a new Prez in the house. Good luck to Trevor Gordijn who has taken on the top job and already has the place buzzing. His family should expect to see him sometime by the end of the year! Good luck to all our coaches, team managers & volunteers today and for the year ahead. In footy we have Kane Fraser U16s, Josh McLaren U18s, Sam Nugget Anstee Reserves and once again Shane 5 time Fyfe Seniors. In Netball Mr Bernie Dillon U13s, Tori Dessent U15s, Leah Stoffels U17s, Adelle Kelly C Grade, Bec Berry B Grade and the one and only Mel softly spoken Johnston has the reigns in A Grade. We have recruited well in the offseason we are really looking forward to seeing Mitch &

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A big warm welcome to everyone for Season 2018. Today promises to be an entertaining day of high class major league football & netball. Our sponsors of the day are No.1 Car Wash and The Coffee Pit. How good do those signs look! Big thanks to Moose Morris and Nicko Wilson for coming on board this year. We would also like to thank Matthew Jones from KFC for signing up as a new sponsor. The new Logos on the senior jumpers and netball dresses look great. It doesn’t stop there we have Paul Jackson & Helen McMillan from PJAK Constructions to thank for sponsoring our new junior netball dresses. We thank all of them for their support and ask all Magpie fans to show yours to them.

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GI P PSLA N D LEAGUE Nick Dowse do their thing on the footy field and we’re excited to have Brad McKay back in the Black & White. It’s also great to have Lachy Ronchi back after spending last year in hibernation on the couch, John Gooch back from overseas and Andrew Quirk back from a knee reconstruction. Our netballers are looking forward to season 2018 and today we celebrate the achievements of our 2017 Under 13 Team and present the Premiership Flag to Jo Wynd and her premiership team. We also welcome back our returning players and extend a very warm welcome to the Magpie Nest to all new players and their families. We’re excited to see Hayley Castle, Kristy Glover, Ruby Phillips make their debuts in A Grade today, best of luck girls. If your reading this thank you for supporting country football & netball.

GO PIES!!!

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COLOURS Black & White COACHES Seniors: Shane Fyfe Reserves: Sam Anstee Under 18s: Josh McLaren Under 16s: Kane Fraser

UNDER 18s

SCORES

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½

¾

UNDER 18s RESERVES SENIORS

UNDER 16s

SENIORS

1

Harry Ronchi

2

Corey Oliver

24 Ben Jones

2

Kai McDonald

3

Kane Martin

25 Jack Lipman

3

Blake Safstrom

4

Cooper Whitehill

5

Ostin Waugh

6 Joel Wegener

6

7

Kyle Simpson

8

Max Reeves

1

Luke Williams

2 Jaxsyn Whitehill 4 Jack Allman 5 Jack McLaren

9

Dylan Sclater

10 Sam Tatterson

FINAL

UNDER 16s

4 Jackson Glenane

26 Daine McGuiness

5

Brad McKay

27 Brad Dessent

Sam Dunnett

6

Chris Laverty

29 Byron Sandeman

7

Sam Smith

7

Mitch Dowse

31 Rylee Jenkins

8

Ben Crozier

8 Jayden Allison

32 Jamie Sweeney

9 John Gooch

33 Andrew Quirk

10 Lochie Ronchi

34 Justin Hunt

9 Jake Hutchins 10 Harry Swaski 11 Angus Tilley

11 Taylor Stephenson

12 Lachlan Sutherland

11 Jarrod Freeman

35 Nathan Sellings

12 Louis Jones

13 Connor Waixel

12 Mitch Thacker

36 Jordan Sandeman

13 Declan Barnett

14 Hunter Pearce

13 Nick Dowse

37 Nathan Flint

15 Fergus Grubb

14 Jack Mapleson

40 Jordan Petrovic

15 Shane Fyfe

42 Dan Lewin

16 Ollie Collins

43 Jack Rietschel

14 Nathan Whitford 15 Mitch Bown 16 Josh Ryan

16 Mason Benson 17 Will McKinnon 18 Nick Ieradi

17 Ethan Dyer

19 Malakai Nico

17 Adam Wallace

46 Nick Poulios

18 Zac Hider

20 Jack Butcher

18 Jordan Dowsett

48 Sam Chapman

19 Zac Hurley

21 Aidan Lowe

19 Jack McLindin

51 Chris Hudson

20 Zac Hurley

52 Matt Turner

21 Will Jones

53 Zac Sayers 59 Jake Dyt

20 Jack Dessent 21 Will Mayne

22 Mason Hawkins 23 Archer McGuiness 24 Dan Byron

22 Michael Jones

25 Bailey Reid

22 Tim Dessent

23 Jonty McGuiness

26 Noah Smolenaars

23 Jordan Dessent

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MAFFRA FNC COLOURS Red & Black COACHES Seniors: Wayne Butcher Reserves: Mathew Davis Under 18S: Sam Bedggood Under 16S: Trent Knobel

UNDER 18S

SCORES

¼

1

2

Scott Shephard

2 John Booker

3

Shane Atkinson

4

Max Gravener

Cal Hennig

3 Tyson Daly

¾

RESERVES SENIORS

SENIORS

1

Dylan Alexander

2

David Adams

30 Alex Carr 31 Mitchel Allman

3 Jaryd Clohesy

32 Sean Day

4

33 Tobias Hall

Sam Walker

5 James Read

34 Jamie McIntosh 35 Hudson Holmes 36 Sam Pleming

4

Billy Linaker

5

Ethan Kincaid Shingles

6

Winston Gieschen

7

Daniel Bedggood

Rick Howard

6

Max Knobel

8 Tom Jolly

37 Mitch Dignan

8 Thomas Bradshaw

7

Declan Scriven

9

38 Jeremy Jones

9

8

Lachlan Allman

5 Joseph Ziino 6 Jackson Cotteril 7

Brent Mckenzie

10 Will Runciman 11 Griffan Randle 12 Max Van Der Zwart 13 Oakley Henry 14 Ben Kearns

9 Tom Thatcher 10 Sam Berry 11 Mac Huts 12 Jonti Schuback

FINAL

UNDER 18s

UNDER 16S

1 Jack Ronalds

½

UNDER 16s

Ed Carr

10 Lachlan Channing

39 Andrew Petrou

11 Danny Butcher

40 Kade Renoy

12 Luke Shelton

41 Jesse Ross

13 Darren Sheen

42 Mathew Lee

14 Ben Batalha

43 Jim Reeves

15 Mitchell Bennet

44 Darcy Howe

16 Josh Davis

45 Sam Bedggood

13 Curtis Cook

17 Michael Coleman

46 Tom Huts

15 Josh Eddey

18 Jackson Scott

48 James Huts

16 Tom Schacht

14 Spencer Fox

19 Bill Pleming

49 Sam Robbins

17 Charlie Pritchett

15 Ethan Albrecht

20 Kelvin Porter

50 Ryan Auld

18 Roydon Fulton

21 James Whelan

51 Jake Holland

16 Jasper Connelly

22 Daniel O'Brien

53 Darcy Gray

17 Jack Hreorsen

23 Patrick Jones

54 Cameron Johnson

19 Jim Lambourn 20 Linus Rodda 21 Brodie Peel 22 Cayden Jones

18 Harry Gravener 19 Aaron Atkinson

23 Mitch Harrigan

20 Lachlan Hicks

24 Angus Smyth

21 Arzel Del A Cruz

24 Jack Johnstone

55 Andrew Cunningham

25 Jessie Oldham

56 Brandon Rimington

26 Owen Booth

57 Ryan Thatcher

27 Ben Brunt

58 Lauchlan Carman

28 Kieran Jones

59 Wil Brunt

29 Jackson Callahan

63 Andrew McKenzie

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CLUB NOTES MAFFRA The club was a major focus of a magazine featuring Maffra - a beautiful town by local business 'Gippsland the lifestyle.' If a supporter wants a copy contact "thelifestylemagazine.com.au" Editor Doug Pell was an unattached spectator at the Grand Final, the first experienced by him and he came away besotted by the contest. "This Grand Final had the lot and Maffra were a considerable amount behind at first break, but they fought back and nearly won, as the nervous faces in the Leongatha crowd were testament to this. Wayne's coaching was magnificent, his players walked through the wall for him, they literally crawled to the finish line, when it was time for Wayne to give his speech he was magnanimous in his praise for Leongatha Premiership Coach Beau Vernon and for his own players." In Pell's own words 'this is what should be broadcast by the AFL industry to portray how competitive sport should be honoured - the respect shown between each club - on and off field, players and supporters - for the spirit of the game was totally inspirational." Our U17 girls continue their outstanding run of premierships - we are in the presence of some champions - no doubt.

The strength of family connection always has been Maffra's strength May, Lestrange, Donnelly, Gray, Gieschen, Shingles - history still represented now. Others have been attracted by the character of our administrators, some of whom are champion players of the club Pleydell, Hill, Linaker, Alvin, Vardy, Gravener and they too have contributed to the bloodlines. Not to forget the Butcher contribution - So on to 2018. Sadly it’s seen the passing of Marg Jacobs loving

Completing an outstanding first year under a new administration our presentation night held in the Memorial Hall was an inspired move by the committee, bought to light by Pam McGrath's life membership presentation and her beloved Ressies, when they initiated a standing ovation of every member, including the other twenty life members present. This was/is a celebration that our town can now share.

partner of Ray. Together they made considerable

For this year our football list has just grown a year older to my knowledge - with the power to add but the changes on the netball court are significant.

This week’s game and the history between Maffra

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contributions to our club - through good times and bad. Vale Marg. Major sponsor Wayne Ferguson has made another contribution to our venue's amenity with an elevated media box. 2018 sponsorship and memberships are now available from the office please see Joh or Belinda. and Sale - long may it reign. We could really do with some at the moment. An exciting season awaits.






2018 GIPPSLAND COSMETIC LASER CLINIC MVP AWARD

2017 Hutchison Medallist Stacie Gardiner accepts the Gippsland Cosmetic Laser Clinic Award for the A Grade most valuable player.


EZPNC EASTERN ZONE PREMIER NETBALL COMPETITION

VNL representative Ramayer Gourley presents Stacie Gardiner (right) with the Hot Shot Award for the Open grade.

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EZPNC REPORT In the off season our representative netball sides have been competing in the newly created Eastern Zone Premier Netball Competition. In 2018 the EZPNC was played out in Sale and Churchill. Within this competition the most promising players, umpires, and coaches from across the region will come together to participate in an elite, high-quality competition. Talented netball players had the chance to be selected in their association’s representative team, at the U/15, U/17 or Open level with competitions running in all three of these divisions. The

competition was formed to connect the gap between grassroots netball and representative level netball. Players had the opportunity to play with and against the best talent from the region without the barrier of traveling to Melbourne. TRFM Gippsland League featured four sides including two Open teams , 17U & 15U. All teams made the finals which were played in Churchill last week. TRFM Gippsland League claimed all three titles with our Blue Open side defeating their younger counterparts GL Red in the Open final.

15/under

MVP

Sale NA 38 def by Gippsland League 52 Best on court: Cleo Fox, Gippsland League

17/Under

Gippsland League 50 def East Gippsland FNL 32 Best on court: Emma Allman Gippsland

Open

Gippsland League Blue 69 def Gippsland Red 25 Bets on court: Shannon Freeman Gippsland League Blue

Hot shot Award 15/Under

Chloe Brown – Gippsland 147 Molly Hargreaves – Sale 152 Charlotte Ronchi – Sale 154

17/Under

15/Under

3rd: C leo Fox - Gippsland Ruby Dunkley-East Gippsland Indigo Waugh - Sale Runner Up: Tyla Alvin – East Gippsland

MVP: Madelaine Galea – Gippsland

17/Under

3rd: Chloe Finn – Nth Gippsland Runner Up: Paris Dunkley –East Gippsland

MVP: Emma Allman – Gippsland

Open

3rd: Sarah Luke – Gippsland Red Runner Up: Stacie Gardiner – Gippsland Blue

MVP: Renee Cook – Gippsland Blue

Chloe Finn – North Gippsland 125 Mikaeli Hilliar – Mid Gippsland 130 Isla Pearson – East Gippsland 177

Open

Emmagyn Williams – East Gippsland 94 Megan Garlic – North Gippsland 100 Stacie Gardiner – Gippsland Blue 108

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NETBALL REPORT The stage is set for the 2018 TRFM Gippsland League Netball season. There has been plenty of change in personnel in the A Grade division with well over half of the clubs featuring new coaches. Reigning premiers Traralgon have regained former player Caitlan Ponton who is also taking over the coaching role from 2017 premiership coach Kate French. Morwell are another side who has had plenty of movement with Rachel Allison taking up the role of A Grade coach for 2018. The Tigers have lost a few key players from their preliminary final side in 2017 including Sam Pearce & Lexi Bowe but have picked up Daisy Hill from Traralgon who will help out Claire Allison in the goal ring. Drouin will feature a new look side with Christie Edwards due to miss a chunk of the season and premiership players Karina Proctor and Jessie Hedley moving on. Warragul are a side to look out for in 2018. After narrowly missing out on finals last year the Gulls have bought in star Renee Cook who recently took out the MVP Award in the Open division of the Eastern Zone Premier Netball Competition. Round 1 features an interesting fixture with Good Friday games up for grabs. The new look Warragul side will be pressing

Morwell to get their season off to a flyer. Leongatha and Wonthaggi by all reports are two of the younger sides this season and will be eager to impress first up. The Parrots snuck into the finals last season however Wonthaggi have been one of the dominant junior sides over the past few years. Moe and Drouin is perhaps the pick of the games with the young Lions side featuring plenty of talent including elite young goaler Georgia Moody and VNL defender Shannon Freeman, looking to take it up to one of the perennial top sides. Both sides will be looking to play finals and the result should give an indicator of what the Hawks could do in season 2018. Bairnsdale have a tough start against the reigning premier. The Red Legs have some young talented players and early in the season is the time to strike. The Maroons will have pencilled this in as a must win. In the final match of the round Sale play Maffra on Sunday 8th April. 2017 Sale coach Jo Ballinger will be on the Eagles side in 2018 as Sale chose to appoint new coach Mel Johnson. Both sides missed finals in 2017 and need to beat teams from the bottom five if they are to push for finals action in 2018.

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NETBALL TEAMS A GRADE

COACH: Katelyn & Ashleigh Wheeler Ashleigh Wheeler Abbey Sproul Isla Pearson Paris Dunkley Alison Dwyer Michaela O'Connor Sally Deller

A GRADE

COACH: Peter Moody Samantha Waters (C) Shannon Freeman (VC) Georgia Moody Bella Hodgson Emily Mc Innes Charlize Bird Alex Moody

A GRADE

COACH: Lexie Fenton Jaime Rollinson Anna Green Lexie Fenton Hayley Roberts Rachael Chandler Rebecca O'Halloran Renee Cook Alexandra Cole

A GRADE

COACH: Fiona Cengia Zali Anderson Elle Bates Courtney Blair Chelsea Bowman Courtney Brann Ally Cengia Olivia Gilmour Eva Lindsay Annebella Williams Alyce Wylie

A GRADE

COACH: Mel Johnston Hayley Castle Tori Dessent Kristy Glover Morgan Mayne Ruby Phillips (C) Mia Simmons Alex Stephenson Maggie Tatterson Jennifer Wrigglesworth

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B GRADE

COACH: Kayla Neilson Kate Allen Dimity Harris Angela Meade Tegan Jenkins Vicky Stuckey Maddi McCarrey Nellie Austin Katelyn Wheeler

B GRADE

BAIRNSDALE NETBALL TEAM LISTS C GRADE

COACH: Lindy Bills Amy Preston Jasmine Kazakas Bella McLaren Lauren Bills Lucy Avage Ebony Mooney Kristy Richardson

17 & UNDER

Jemma McLauglin Sophie Bills Jess Stevenson Charli Young Macy Tatnell Kate Storck Paige Barr Hayley Stevenson Mia Clifford

MOE NETBALL TEAM LISTS

C GRADE

COACH: Krissy Travers COACH: Renee Blandford Renee Blanford Elise Sim Carly Mullen Bianconi (C) Remi Edebohls Bree Phoenix Demi Plunkett Carley Van Der Pluym Ash Travers Karlee Kerrigan (C) Maleah Travers Cheree Carney Lisa Shields (VC) Beckea Jones Rachel Shaw Elly Brown Serena De Dios

B GRADE

COACH: Ruby Riley Melissa Pitt Georgia Lyons Olivia Brady Eboni Wall Cindy Dawson Cara McIntosh Madeleine Stevenson Grace Cant Mackenzie Minichello

B GRADE

COACH: Carmel Birkett Courtney Brann Nikki Cengia Joanne Duscher Carley Gilliland Jemma Gilmour Olivia Gilmour Bonni Huitema Emma Sorenson Cassidy Bowman

B GRADE

COACH: Bec Berry Chelsea Allison Bec Berry Emily Dessent Stephanie Dessent Kate Hayes Mel Johnston (C) Emily Morrison Ella Randell Ellen Robinson

15 & UNDER

COACHES: Michaela O'Connor COACHES: Fran Fitzsimon

17 & UNDER

COACH: Krissy Travers Elly Brown Maddison Bond Charlize Bird (VC) Elyse Gordon Patty Mc Innes (C) Taylah Summersgill Milly Murphy

WARRAGUL NETBALL TEAM LISTS C GRADE

COACH: Kelly Sheehan Kim Weller Kelly Sheehan Claire Sandman Lizzy Bayley Hannah McKenzie Tanya Barr Emily Sandman Matisse Olsson Sarah Hams Ellen Croft

17 & UNDER

COACHES: Kim Weller Grace Radford Sarah Kaine Indy Fries Georgia Hams Abby Van Rossum Katelyn McKenzie Madison Quaife

WONTHAGGI NETBALL TEAM LISTS C GRADE

COACH: Joanne Duscher Whitney Anderson Ashlee Bendall Lani Birkett Emily Burns Elise De Santis Madeleine Dowel Zoe Lowe Stephanie Magro Somer Schmidt Sarah Shaw

17 & UNDER

COACHES: Brooke Scapin/Alyce Lindsay Bella Anderson Ellie Bates Chelsea Bowman Chloe Cengia Lara Garry Eva Scapin Lily Sharples Isabella Tiziani

SALE NETBALL TEAM LISTS C GRADE

COACH: Adelle Kelly Shauna Anderson Breanna Courtney Taryn Grubb Adelle Kelly Sam Maxfield Jamieson Randell Leah Stoffels (C) Emily Waugh Sarah Wood

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COACH: Leah Stoffels Kirsten Craft Hayley Castle Ella Fraser Sara Morrison Chloe Nash Alex Stephenson Jennifer Wrigglesworth Alyssa Waugh (C) Shauna Anderson

Olivia East Ruby Dunkley Ruby Timms Indi Dalton Tyla Alvin Emily Hall Lillian Strong Stella Fitzsimon Abbey Bills

15 & UNDER

13 & UNDER COACH: Kristy Richardson

Alivia Chila Katie Curtis Alli Healey Indi Kellow Jasmine McAuliffe Anna Mooney Jordon O'Connor Oliva Rees

13 & UNDER

COACH: Debbie Paul Madelaine (Laini) Galea (C) Olivia Rock (Co Capt) Ashley Paul (Co Capt) Alyssa Anderson (VC) Erin Warner Destiny Mackrell Hayley Koot Meg Morris Hannah Davis Nikita Blair Calli Koch Lacey Pedersen Brielle Laidlaw Layla Blair Brandi King Lily Campbell Molly Young (emergency) Chelsea Lawn Natalie Bills (emergency) COACH: Shannon Freeman

15 & UNDER

COACHES: Hayley Roberts Laura Miller Olivia Sheehan Zoe Phillips Brydie Mulqueen Jacinta Bagot Emily Hobbs Ella Weir Jaz Porch Bella Hefford

15 & UNDER

COACHES: Linda Tack/ Courtney Brann Macie Gilmour Nina Hunter Tori Legg Safie Lindsay Matilda Peters Amy Piasente Freya Scapin Alicia Smith Brigette Tack Felicity Tack

15 & UNDER

COACH: Tori Dessent Olivia Barnett Maya Bown Ruby Dillon Cleo Fox Tess Hansford Keisha Jackson Charlotte Ronchi Lillie Stobie Lara VanDerVoort Indigo Waugh

13 & UNDER

COACH: Lisa Williamson Lucy Williamson Charlotte Bundle Mia Radford Pippa Cook Tess Talbot Ella Pitkin Keely Pyle Rylee McCarthy Tia Jenkins

13 & UNDER

COACH: Rebecca Wright Maya Fraser Imogen Lindsay Zac Mabilia Mia Plenkovich Baia Pugh Laetitia Pugh Kirra Sleeman Macey Smith Ania Todd Tess Wingfield

13 & UNDER

COACH: Bernard Dillon Lucy Best Abbi Boulter (Co Capt) Katelyn Robinson Milla Anderson Tahlia Bye Isla Mc Carthy Ally Beale Sienna Wynd (Co Capt) Georgie Hrehoreson Kate Van Der Voort Alyssa Light


NETBALL TEAMS A GRADE

B GRADE

Ashli Gilliam Ashlea Payne Milly Ellen Caysie Clake Elicia Garnham Keeley Price Alana Hanegraff Zali Rogers Stacey Gilliam

Beth Scott Georgia Riseley Jaclyn Smith Kasie Rump Lauren Redpath Lily Scott Nicola Marriott Sara Riseley Simone Dekker

A GRADE

COACH: Jo Ballinger Emma Allman Natalie Allman Taylah Ballinger Paige Biddle (C) Meg Cromb Coco Henry Sarah Luke

A GRADE

COACH: Kyie Proctor Stace Gardiner Kyie Proctor Ella Henderson Ruby Pratt Kelly Hedley Nicole Bryce Ebony Mumford Kym Diston Christie Edwards April Bethune

B GRADE COACHES: Belinda Oldham & Lauren McQuillen Layne Allman Brooke Anderson Emily Boyle Mikahla Callahan Alex Gallatly (C) Molly Huts Chloe Orchard Renee Potts

B GRADE

COACH: Stacie Gardiner Alison McArthur Jodie Proctor Chelsea DeRiter Natalie Sloane Lia Olsen Taylah Marsh - Irwin Elly-Rose Wall Abbey Kingi Deborah Thomas Rachel Morris

A GRADE

COACH: Caitlan Ponton Kate French Ramayer Gourley Taylin Gourley Rebecca Jennings Stacey O'brien (C) Caitlan Ponton Maddison Stockdale Lily Vanberkel

C GRADE

Alisha Hemming Ella Lyons Georgina Drew Carlie Dwyer Ruth Hardy Evie Dekker Macey Davison Nikya Wright Teagan Renden

17 & UNDER

Alicia Marshman Bethany Scott Keely Price Lily Scott Luca Riseley Simone Dekker Stacey Gilliam Zali Hill Zali Rogers

MAFFRA NETBALL TEAM LISTS C GRADE

COACH: Maddy Sly Maddie Ballinger Nikita Callahan Rachael Edey Sarah Edey Anna Gaw Steph Howson Jemma O'Brien Myah Proud Megan Raine (C)

17 & UNDER

COACH: Taylah Ballinger Leyla Berry (C) Hannah Bourke Maddie Davis Zara Flynn Neeve McQuillen Abbey Pleydell Ella Schacht Meg Shelton Sophie Randall

DROUIN NETBALL TEAM LISTS C GRADE

COACH: Alison McArthur Lateisha Edwards Georgia Henderson Emily Bethune Abby Tyrrell Kate Butler Bianca Proctor Monique Rachel Pullen Jess Murray Sarah Sharpe

17 & UNDER

COACHES: April Bethune & Stacie Gardiner Holly Andrews Kiarna Craig Prue Cavanagh Alan Rippon Ally Lieshout Kristen Olivia East Amy Bertacco

MORWELL NETBALL TEAM LISTS

A & B GRADE

COACHES: Rachel Allison & Nadine Sloan Claire Allison Rachel Allison Nicole Dalton Emily Donoghue Laura Fleming Courtney Garth Daisy Hill

LEONGATHA NETBALL TEAM LISTS

Maddison Hutchison Caitlin Mareska Isla McRae Ellie Pollutro Chloe Radford Nadine Sloan Casey Sherriff Renee Stevens Shelby Wulffers

B GRADE

COACH: Fiona Morrow Rebecca Duddington Bree Guttridge Kasey Guttridge Nicole Jennings Kristy Jennings Alyce Murphy Jaimee Salleh (C) Cassidy Smith Claire Thomas

C GRADE

COACH: Gail Macfarlane Libby Hodgson Maddy Schneider Kristy Leslie Jessica Hutchison Annie Little Alyssa Holme Charli Leslie Isabelle Kennedy

17 & UNDER

COACH: Ramayer Gourley Saskia Eenjes Traxareq Hanratty Amy Husson Chelsea Livingstone (C) Lori Scholtes Heidi Gaudion Lauryn King-Church Milan Maaka Matilda Vanberkel

TRARALGON NETBALL TEAM LISTS C GRADE

COACH: Katie Smith Hannah Aurish Tiffany Boatman Nicole Donelan Amie Jackson Bridget Kase Sophie Membrey (C) Loren Ponton Lori Scholtes

17 & UNDER

COACH: Ramayer Gourley Saskia Eenjes Traxareq Hanratty Amy Husson Chelsea Livingstone (C) Lori Scholtes Heidi Gaudion Lauryn King-Church Milan Maaka Matilda Vanberkel

15 & UNDER

Alahna Arnason Alice Reid Chloe Brown Holly Van Der Plight Makenzi Gourley Mia Deenen Phoebe Davidson Taylah Buckley Zara Littlejohn

15 & UNDER

COACH: Coco Henry Chelsea Allman Rebecca Bourke April Burton Jasmyh Hennig Charlotte Keifer Meika King Mahli Oldham (C) Chloe Proud

15 & UNDER

COACH: Lisa Biffen Lucy Mckellar Brooke DeRiter Ella Gown Gabriella East Harriett Parkinson Sabine Lieshout Bailey Flemming Macey Newcombe Olivia Konstanty

15 & UNDER

COACH: Claire Allison Mikayla Couling Ashlyn Pavey Emily Fourlze Abbey Tripp (C) Michaela Beveridge Emma Spagnolo Alyssa Furlan Anna Solomon Macie Leslie Emergency: Mia Gray

15 & UNDER

COACH: Tracey Gaudion Amity Blair Charlotte Di Toro Ella Fothergill Piper Loprese Allyssa Tangi (C) Molly Vanberkel Alannah Webster Chelsey Webster

13 & UNDER

Ada Hill Ella Littlejohn Harper McLennan Katie Harris Kinesha Anderson Kylah James Phoebe Hinds Taya Cameron Zara Kreuzburger

13 & UNDER

COACH: Katie Jones Bridie Daly Tara Dunsmuir Jaime Gallatly Heidi Gray Lucy Jones Elise Norris Kheali Oldham Matilda Pendergast Phoebe Regan

13 & UNDER

COACHES: Abby Tyrrell & Alison McArthur Matilda Carroll Allanah Jagoe Holly Cheyne Montana Lewis Tess Mapleson Charlie Hendrikse Lainey Trickey Morgan Cook Shayne Stock

13 & UNDER

COACH: Caitlin Mareska Emma Darling (C) Madison Beveridge Taylah Pavey Alice Mooney Bree Bonnici Daniella Utanga Elly-May Hawkins Olivia Fourlze Indiana Thomas

13 & UNDER COACH: Michelle Livingstone

Amali Adams Dempsey Blair Emma Farley Anesu Gwara Sophie Little Emily Neocleous Tamia Noda Montanna Styles (C)

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2018 EVENTS CALENDAR

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2018 SEASON FIXTURE ROUND 1 Friday, 30 March 2018 Leongatha v Wonthaggi Warragul v Morwell Saturday, 7 April 2018 Moe v Drouin Bairnsdale v Traralgon (T) Sunday, 8 April 2018 Sale v Maffra (S) ROUND 2 Saturday, 14 April 2018 Drouin v Maffra Bairnsdale v Morwell Sale v Moe Wonthaggi v Warragul Traralgon v Leongatha (N) ROUND 3 Saturday, 21 April 2018 Leongatha v Morwell Bairnsdale v Drouin Warragul v Moe Maffra v Wonthaggi Traralgon v Sale (N) ROUND 4 Saturday, 28 April 2018 Leongatha v Maffra Moe v Bairnsdale Morwell v Sale Wonthaggi v Traralgon Sunday, 29 April 2018 Drouin v Warragul (S) ROUND 5 Saturday, 5 May 2018 Bairnsdale v Wonthaggi Maffra v Morwell Moe v Leongatha Warragul v Traralgon Sale v Drouin ROUND 6 Saturday, 12 May 2018 Wonthaggi v Sale Morwell v Moe Traralgon v Drouin Leongatha v Warragul Bairnsdale v Maffra (N) QUALIFYING FINAL (Saturday)

BYE / INTERLEAGUE Saturday, 19 May 2018 ROUND 7 Saturday, 26 May 2018 Sale v Bairnsdale Wonthaggi v Morwell Moe v Traralgon Drouin v Leongatha Maffra v Warragul ROUND 8 Saturday, 2 June 2018 Moe v Wonthaggi Leongatha v Bairnsdale Warragul v Sale Drouin v Morwell Traralgon v Maffra ROUND 9 Saturday, 9 June 2018 Maffra v Moe Sale v Leongatha Bairnsdale v Warragul Wonthaggi v Drouin Morwell v Traralgon (N) ROUND 10 Saturday, 16 June 2018 Morwell v Warragul Traralgon v Bairnsdale Drouin v Moe Maffra v Sale Sunday, 17 June 2018 Wonthaggi v Leongatha (S) ROUND 11 Saturday, 23 June 2018 Maffra v Drouin Bairnsdale v Morwell Moe v Sale Warragul v Wonthaggi Leongatha v Traralgon ROUND 12 Saturday, 30 June 2018 Morwell v Leongatha Drouin v Bairnsdale Moe v Warragul Wonthaggi v Maffra Sale v Traralgon

ROUND 13 Saturday, 7 July 2018 Maffra v Leongatha Sunday, 8 July 2018 Bairnsdale v Moe (S) Saturday, 14 July 2018 Traralgon v Wonthaggi Sale v Morwell Sunday, 15 July 2018 Warragul v Drouin (S) ROUND 14 Saturday, 21 July 2018 Wonthaggi v Bairnsdale Morwell v Maffra Leongatha v Moe Traralgon v Warragul Drouin v Sale ROUND 15 Saturday, 28 July 2018 Sale v Wonthaggi Moe v Morwell Drouin v Traralgon Warragul v Leongatha Maffra v Bairnsdale ROUND 16 Saturday, 4 August 2018 Bairnsdale v Sale Morwell v Wonthaggi Leongatha v Drouin Saturday, 11 August 2018 Traralgon v Moe Warragul v Maffra ROUND 17 Saturday, 18 August 2018 Wonthaggi v Moe Bairnsdale v Leongatha Sale v Warragul Morwell v Drouin Maffra v Traralgon ROUND 18 Saturday, 25 August 2018 Moe v Maffra Leongatha v Sale Warragul v Bairnsdale Drouin v Wonthaggi Traralgon v Morwell

1 SEPTEMBER

ELIMINATION FINAL (Sunday)

2ND SEMI-FINAL (Saturday)

8 SEPTEMBER

1ST SEMI-FINAL (Sunday)

9 SEPTEMBER

PRELIMINARY FINAL

15 SEPTEMBER

GRAND FINAL

22 SEPTEMBER

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