Rosebud disappoints in big game

SUB-DISTRICT ONE of the new glamour teams of MPCA Sub District cricket looked far from that on Saturday when Rosebud and Dromana went head to head at Dromana Reserve. With a number of big name recrui...

Braves in dominant form

DISTRICT SEAFORD has a lot of work to do in the field on day two of its match against Baden Powell, the side dominating MPCA District cricket. Seaford won the toss and batted first on Saturday at Sea...

The Eagles in command

PROVINCIAL SORRENTO looks to be staring down the barrel of a significant loss to Somerville in MPCA Provincial cricket. The Sorras seemed to give themselves every opportunity to pick up the four poin...

Western Port tops for snapper

THE three winning fish in this year’s Snapper Point Angling Club Tea Tree competition were caught in Western Port. Although based at Mornington, the competition ranges over both Port Phillip and West...

Pearcedale panthers escape capture

DISTRICT PEARCEDALE remains in equal top spot on the MPCA District ladder after getting out of jail against Seaford Tigers. The Panthers were defending an ordinary total of 128, however, did have the...

Sharks add some class

FOOTY NEWS SORRENTO has landed multiple Peninsula Team of the Year centre half forward Scott Lockwood. Lockwood was said to be on the move to an amateur club closer to the city but after a few chats ...

Hoppers in charge

SUB-DISTRICT DROMANA maintained its stranglehold on the MPCA Sub District competition with an effortless victory against Skye. After rain effected all matches in Sub District last weekend, all matche...

Old Boys reign supreme

PROVINCIAL PENINSULA Old Boys sit on top of the MPCA Provincial ladder after knocking over Long Island comfortably on Saturday. Chasing 157 for victory, the Old Boys cruised past the total three wick...

Plenty of nets and catches, but not a fish in sight

NETBALL games down the beach? That’s the plan for Dromana Junior Netball Club president Paul Faillia, who says he has had “a huge response” from local clubs showing interest in playing the game at Dr...

Southern United selects coaches

By Craig MacKenzie SOUTHERN United Soccer Club has named Theresa Deas as president and Stuart Munro as head coach. It is one of eight clubs contesting next year’s inaugural Victorian Women’s National...