Hine hammers Casey Comets

SOCCER JOSH Hine’s four-goal haul underpinned a whitewash at Comets Stadium on Saturday as Mornington hammered the home side 6-0. English striker Hine was unstoppable. His first goal came in the 13th...

Stonecats bounce back on the road

DIVISION ONE FRANKSTON YCW bounced back from a tough loss last week by taking to the road to defeat Dromana. The Tigers have made their home ground a fortress in recent times, and have been a tough s...

Bulls lose first match for the season

DIVISION TWO KARINGAL have had their undefeated streak snapped by Seaford. The Bulls have rampaged through their competition this season, going 12 games without a defeat. Seaford hosted Karingal on S...

Thunder road presents the songs of bruce springsteen

Thunder Road are without doubt Australia’s number one Bruce Springsteen show. Formed in 2010, featuring a line up of seasoned and professional musicians and a repertoire of over 50 songs, Thunder Roa...

Frankston crown their “Ugly Man”

A PLEASING ceremony was performed at the Mechanics’ Hall, Frankston, on Saturday evening, when taking advantage of the R.S. League’s dance, the Anzac Appeal Committee had arranged for the proclaiming...

Courts have Ausome session

A BASKETBALL program designed for children with autism was a big hit on the Mornington District Basketball Association courts last week. The first Ausome Hoops program, held at Mornington Secondary C...

Fee hikes put the squeeze on campers

REGULAR campers along the Rye and Sorrento foreshores are being hit with big site fee increases while campers at Rosebud are not. Many families, some who have been camping at Rye for more than 50 yea...

Time and tide running out for jet-ski hoons

THE tide is turning against jet-ski hoons who face curbs on their antics at popular bay beaches. Mornington Peninsula Shire Council wants Maritime Safety Victoria to bring in tough new laws, possibly...