Winless home run continues

CRIB POINT FC – By Jared Newton HASTINGS inflicted Crib Point a 109 point hiding at Hastings in what was Crib’s worst loss in a few years. The game started evenly with a goal for goal opening t...

Footy board called on to resign

By ANDREW ‘TOE PUNT’ KELLY NEPEAN League presidents have called for the immediate resignation of the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League board. Sorrento Football Club president Ga...

Yabbies cop another hiding

NEPEAN LEAGUE TYABB lost its second game in successive weeks by more than 200 points on Saturday in Nepean League, this time at the hands of Rye. The Yabbies booted one goal in the opening quarter an...

Edwards dominates Gulls in big win

PENINSULA LEAGUE FORMER West Coast Eagle, North Melbourne and Richmond forward Aaron Edwards played one of the most impressive games in Peninsula League memory on Saturday as Pines ended Chelsea’s se...

Winless home run continues

CRIB POINT FC – By Jared Newton CRIB POINT remains winless on their home deck after a narrow 4 point loss to Devon Meadows on Saturday. The game ended in nail biting fashion with Crib Point sur...

Hastings largest margin win since 1948

HASTINGS FNC – By Phil Stone, club president SENIORS REPORT OUR focus was to play team first footy. We knew that if we were mentally focused we could maintain our good form. I felt like the boy...

Jaguars prowl to bowls’ win

“JOHN’S Jaguars” – a name inspired by their coach: Sorrento Bowls Club member John Shepherd – has won the inaugural Primary School Lawn Bowls Challenge. The Year 5 team, from Sorrento Primary School,...

Rye’s youngest goes for gold

NOT content with being a member of Rye Bowls Club’s first ever Division 1 premiership team, Frank Krsolvic is this week challenging the best at the Australian Bowls open championships on the Gold Coa...

Hillmen sink to a new low

NEPEAN LEAGUE RED Hill has dropped to fourth place on the ladder after losing its third game in succession in embarrassing fashion on Saturday. For the second match in a row, Red Hill failed to score...

MPNFL apologises to clubs – clubs bite back

THREE weeks after going into hiding over the bungled Play Points System (PPS), the Mornington Peninsula Football League has finally apologised. In a statement sent by league CEO Jeff Jones on Saturda...