Hastings win a thriller to remain undefeated

HASTINGS FNC by Phil Stone, club president SENIORS REPORT IT was a good weekend for the Hastings Football/Netball club. We showed each other a new side of ourselves that we haven’t seen, and that is ...

Redlegs take another big scalp – Peninsula league

MT ELIZA has started the 2015 Peninsula League season in blistering fashion after knocking over Mornington on ANZAC Day. The Redlegs have now beaten the two 2014 grand finalists in Frankston YCW and ...

Panthers cause boilover – Nepean league

PEARCEDALE caused one of the boilovers of the season on Anzac Day when they thrashed Somerville in Nepean League. The Panthers led from the start to the end and totally dominated a lacklustre opposit...

Longboards out for Impossible style

MT MARTHA surfer Arturo Tallarida rode his way to third place in quality surf for the first round of the state longboard titles at Point Impossible, near Torquay. The 2-3 foot reef break suited Talla...

Eagles open up on Hillmen – Nepean league

IT was billed as the match of the round – Somerville versus Red Hill. The Eagles at home and with their well-documented list of recruits, playing in their fifth game together (including three practic...

Cricketers gear up for England trip

BALNARRING cricketers Lachlan Barton and Jackson Hannah are gearing up for the trip of a lifetime: they have been selected to play in the Mornington Peninsula Cricket Association under-15s touring En...

Stars make a hit at tennis international

THE Mornington Peninsula Tennis International at the Civic Reserve, Mornington, was a big success. Held from 21 March-5 April the tournament included the women’s US$15,000 ITF Futures event and the m...