Old Boys buck the trend

PROVINCIAL PENINSULA Old Boys have once again bucked the MPCA Provincial trend in round eight and posted a strong score against Sorrento. On a day where the bowlers were on top in Provincial cricket ...

Bowlers dominate in District cricket

DISTRICT THE day certainly belonged to the bowlers on the opening day of round eight in MPCA District cricket on Saturday. In the first two day game of the new year, Red Hill was the only team to mak...

Hastings Blues bats fail – again

SUB-DISTRICT HASTINGS have once again failed with the bat, this time against Carrum in round eight of MPCA Sub District. The Blues’ bowlers have been able to get their team out of trouble for the mos...

Pinheiro targets top three finish for Seaford

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie IF there was a local coach of the year award for 2016 Seaford United supremo Paulo Pinheiro would be a valid candidate. Sure he may not have beaten Scott Morrison whose Rose...

Mornington Little Aths find new home

By Ben Triandafillou THE Mornington Little Athletics Centre have completed their temporary move to the Mornington Secondary College whilst they await the construction of their new all-weather running...

“I’m absolutely rapt” – Coach John Hynes

INTERLEAGUE MORNINGTON Peninsula Nepean Football League coach John Hynes said he was ‘absolutely wrapped’ with the 2017 Interleague campaign after it kicked-off last Friday. The MPNFL Sharks had 38 o...

A flying start for the Moloney Stables

By Ben Triandafillou CAULFIELD trainer, John Moloney, has defied the odds in the $2 Million Magic Millions 3YO Guineas (1400m) at the Gold Coast on 14 January, with the $101 blowout, Flying Jess. Fly...

Jazz comes to Cruden Farm

This year, McClelland is delighted that Derek Guille the renowned broadcaster, author and musician has agreed to curate and MC what promises to be a very special event featuring two of Melbourne’s fi...

It’s time to get our and dance

Caller and leader of the Mornington Peninsula Square Dancers, Jaden Frigo, says the square dancing groups have been unbelievably well received on the peninsula. “I’ve been blown away by the enthusias...

Meetings to be held for next recruiting campaign

IT will be seen by an advertisement in another column that definite arrangements have now been made to hold meetings in the three centres of the Shire, to promote the success of the new Recruiting Ca...