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...

Doggies win a thriller

PENINSULA LEAGUE LANGWARRIN lost its second game on the trot by less than a kick after it went down to Mornington by one point on Saturday. Leading by eight points at half time and seven points at th...

Gulls fight from ‘nowhere’ to win a thriller

PENINSULA LEAGUE CHELSEA came back from nowhere to record a thrilling two-point victory against Langwarrin on Saturday in Peninsula League Football. Looking down the barrel midway through the last qu...

MPNFL ‘blatantly incompetent’: club president

MPNFL clubs should be moving as quickly as possible to take control of their own destiny, according to the man who led the charge for Casey Cardinia Football League to defect from the MPNFL two years...

League ‘misled’ Somerville, results in doubt

THE MPNFL-appointed Independent Tribunal handed down its Somerville Players Points System verdict last Thursday night as promised, but the league failed to pass that information onto clubs. The panel...

Demons come from behind to win

NEPEAN LEAGUE Speccy-tacular: Red Hill went down to Dromana in Sunday’s Nepean League game despite this marvellous mark. Final score Dromana 9.15 (69) to Red Hill 7.6 (48). Pictures: Andrew Hurst RYE...

Kick after siren ends in draw

PENINSULA LEAGUE WITH two minutes left on the clock on Saturday, Pines was six points in front of Bonbeach and looked like they were going to hold on for the win. A Pines kick across the body towards...

“Team first” approach inspires Blues victory

HASTINGS FNC – By Phil Stone, club president SENIORS REPORT GOING down to Red Hill was always going to be a test for the Blues. We started the game slowly and Red Hill got a few goals ahead and...

Triple treat for passionate Pies

CRIB POINT FC – By Jared Newton MONEY can buy you good footballers, however it can’t buy you passion. Three Crib Point sides ventured down to Sorrento, three sides trailed all day, three sides ...