Langy, Mornington, Strikers all triumph

SOCCER LANGWARRIN’S victory against high-flying Dandenong City and FFA Cup wins to Mornington and Peninsula Strikers highlighted last weekend’s local action. Langy went into Saturday’s league clash a...

Braves flex muscles

DISTRICT By Mr & Mrs IT Gully BADEN Powell flexed its muscles at the right time leading into the MPCA District semi-final, recording a seven-wicket victory over Rye. Baden Powell batted first at ...

Race goes down to the wire

PENINSULA By Mr & Mrs IT Gully IT was always going to be a really tight finish in MPCA Peninsula Cricket, and that proved to be the case on Saturday.  The cricket has been hot in this division al...

Kangas to meet dogs again

PROVINCIAL By Mr & Mrs IT Gully LANGWARRIN will meet Mornington in this weekend’s MPCA Provincial semi-final after finishing on top of the ladder. The other Semi Final will be played between neig...

Stadium’s ‘last shot’

MORE than $5 million in federal funding to the Frankston area may be lost if an agreement cannot be reached on upgrading the Frankston Basketball Stadium before the end of March. Frankston Council wa...

Poison suspicions in Mornington death

TWO miles out of Mornington, the body of an unknown man was found on Tuesday afternoon by Constable Kerr. Nearby were discovered two packets of strychnine, one of which had apparently been used. On t...

Dolphins get more support

CANTEEN and kitchen works at the Frankston Dolphins Football Club’s function centre will be partly funded by ratepayers after Frankston Council decided to contribute $30,000 towards improvements at t...

Pier end closed for over year

THE end of Seaford pier has been fenced off since late 2016 and there is no end in sight to it being reopened to the public. Parks Victoria closed access to the end of the pier in December 2016 and t...