Red Hill triumph in tricky weather

DIVISION TWO RED HILL have battled through rain, hail, and shine to claim an emphatic win over Karingal in a difficult qualifying final. Both sides travelled to Somerville Recreation Reserve coming o...

Elimination final for Edi-Asp

DIVISION ONE EDITHVALE ASPENDALE will be forced to play in an elimination final this weekend, after their loss to Sorrento in the final round of the season saw them drop down to fourth place. Both si...

Macleod to step down at season’s end

SOCCER JUST before 5pm on Saturday 8 September Gus Macleod will walk off the pitch for the last time as head coach of Langwarrin. That moment will mark the end of a journey that started in pre-season...

Karate students kick it at Nationals

PETER Hollowood Martial Arts, in Mornington, had an astounding 21 athletes represent Victoria at the Australian National Karate Championships over the weekend of Friday 3 August. The representatives ...

Whateley primed for pro debut, peninsula card set

PENINSULA Boxer Jason Whateley is set to make his professional debut, after racking up 98 amateur fights, on Friday 7 September at the Melbourne Pavilion. Having most recently claimed a silver medal ...

Stonecats seal top five spot

DIVISION ONE FRANKSTON YCW have secured their place in the upcoming finals series with a convincing win over Rosebud at John Coburn Oval. Both sides got off to a scrappy start in wet conditions, with...

Tigers close out season in style

DIVISION TWO DROMANA will go into the finals with momentum on their side after claiming a comprehensive win over Rye in their final game of the home and away season. Although already eliminated from ...

Strikers, Baxter fight for survival

SOCCER PENINSULA Strikers and Baxter defied the odds last weekend to claim vital points as they ramp up their battle to avoid relegation. Strikers caused a minor upset by holding champion elect Dovet...

Gulls, Steelers clash in semi-final series

BASKETBALL THE Western Port Steelers will take on top-ranked side, Chelsea Gulls, in the semi-final series of the division one Big V competition on Saturday 11 August. Both of the Mornington Peninsul...

Waves’ finals dreams all but over

NETBALL HOPE OF finals isn’t completely lost for the Peninsula Waves under-19s side despite losing their fourth place on the ladder to fifth ranked City West Falcons on Wednesday 8 August. In their s...