Division Two: A season in review

DIVISION TWO Dromana THIS season’s dominant side were worthy and deserving premiers. Led by playing coach Rikki Johnston, the Tigers were the best side throughout the entirety of the home and away se...

D-day next week for Pines

SOCCER FRANKSTON Pines’ future hangs in the balance after last week’s AGM left the club without a president. “Boz” Osmancevic, interim president since August, was the only candidate for the position ...

Dan’s the man for Frankston Dolphins

FRANKSTON Dolphins Football Club have announced that former senior assistant Danny Ryan will take on the role of Senior Coach for the 2019 and 2020 seasons. Ryan will take over the position from Adam...

“Near perfect”season for girls

MORNINGTON Peninsula Hockey Club’s under-16 Girls’ Green pennant team completed a near perfect season as they took out a nail-biting grand final victory over Doncaster on Friday 7 September. It wasn’...

Sharks Girls’ claim championship

SOUTHERN PENINSULA Sharks’ under-16 Girls have topped off their thrilling season as champions of the MUVJBL under-16 Girls Victorian Championship on Friday 21 September. The under-16s side defeated t...

Weekly picture show to come to Frankston

A PROPOSAL is on foot to inaugurate a weekly picture show at Frankston. The details are being worked out by the Frankston Progress Association and Major Conder, O.C. Langwarrin camp, and the proceeds...

The nature of student art

By Barry Morris EMERGING artists at Chisholm Institute, Frankston are showing off their talents and their works by mounting an exhibition at Frankston Arts Centre. The exhibition, called Drawing on N...

Monkey bike seized

SOMERVILLE Highway Patrol members and Frankston Council staff worked together last week to nab the rider of a monkey bike seen riding in the Seaford Wetlands. The riders are unwelcome because they ca...