Silky champion joins ‘300 club’

PENINSULA LEAGUE KARINGAL champion Michael Burke played his 300th game on Sunday against Frankston YCW. The six-time best and fairest winner, premiership player and league medallist became only the 1...

‘Olympic’ away day win for Hillmen

NEPEAN LEAGUE RED Hill made it two wins on the trot on Saturday when it dominated for much of the afternoon to beat Rosebud at Olympic Park for the first time since 1985. Rosebud led inside the first...

Stonecats get the chocolates

PENINSULA LEAGUE FRANKSTON YCW got the chocolates on Good Friday against Mt Eliza and once again stamped themselves as the team to beat in Peninsula Division. Billed as the grand final replay, the St...

Big, bad, bustling Barry kicks the winner

NEPEAN LEAGUE FORMER Sydney Swans premiership captain Barry Hall booted eight goals for Pearcedale in its thrilling five point victory against Frankston Bombers on Saturday. ‘Big, bad, bustling’ Barr...

Bombers set sights on more success

PENINSULA LEAGUE A MORE even MPNFL Peninsula Division competition this season may not necessarily be in store after Frankston YCW flexed its muscles against Mornington on Saturday. The reigning premi...

Stonecats sound early warning

NEPEAN LEAGUE FRANKSTON Bombers sounded a very loud warning to the rest of the MPNFL Nepean Division competition when it handed out a 10-goal hiding to Dromana on Saturday. It may have only been the ...

YCW predicted to have a bumper 2017

PENINSULA LEAGUE IT’S hard not to get excited about the 2017 Peninsula Division season. All clubs have worked tirelessly over the summer to improve their lists and it’s exciting to report that all ha...

Frankston tipped to top Nepean in 2017

NEPEAN LEAGUE Season 2017 brings with it a real air of excitement. There are four new coaches in the competition – Leigh Stewart at Pearcedale, Bevan Malloy at Somerville, Brad Arnold at Crib P...

“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...

MPNFL to play at the ‘G’

The MCG is the likely venue to host the Victorian Championships main game next season, featuring the ranked two MPNFL, up against the best in the business, the Geelong Football League. AFL South East...