Dogs maul Redlegs to advance to grand final

PENINSULA LEAGUE MORNINGTON will play Frankston YCW in the 2015 Peninsula Division grand final for the second year in a row after smashing old foes Mt Eliza by 48 points on Sunday. The Doggies were s...

A year of sporting highlights

YOUNG football star Perry Lewis-Smith has won swags of league and club awards after a sterling footy season. The Mornington Secondary College 2014 Sportsman of the Year played well throughout the Sou...

Eagles end Sorrento ‘era’

NEPEAN LEAGUE SOMERVILLE will play Rosebud in the Nepean League grand final this Saturday at Frankston Park after bouncing back and beating Sorrento in the Preliminary Final. The Eagles led all after...

Stonecats in the big dance

PENINSULA LEAGUE FRANKSTON YCW advanced straight through to the Peninsula League Grand Final in a fortnight after holding off a fast finishing Mt Eliza on Saturday at Frankston Park. The Stonecats we...

Peninsula’s west coast loss

TORQUAY Boardriders Club won its sixth consecutive Victorian Teams Title on Sunday at its home beach of Jan Juc. Peninsula Surfriders Club came fourth, behind 13th Beach (second) and Portland (third)...

The steamrolling Stonecats

PENINSULA LEAGUE THE Frankston YCW freight train continued to steamroll anything in its path on Saturday at Frankston Park, belting Mornington by 89 points in the Peninsula Division qualifying final....

Team of the year – 2015

THE Peninsula and Nepean Teams of the Year will be announced at MPNFL presentation dinners over the next couple of weeks. Coaches were asked to provide ‘their’ team of the year, based on the matches ...

Buds are burning hot

NEPEAN LEAGUE ROSEBUD is now raging hot favourite to win the Nepean Division premiership after beating Somerville for the third time this season. The Buds led for all but two minutes of the second qu...

Family goes green at bowls launch

THE opening of Mt Eliza Bowling Club’s season last week with new synthetic greens and floodlights helped members showcase bowls as a sport which the whole family can play. The additions mean the club...

Lady Steelers keep their man

THE Western Port Steelers basketball team has re-signed Division 1 women’s coach Andrew Jacobson for next year’s Big V season. Jacobson came on board before the 2015 campaign and steering the team to...