Top guns fire at Commonwealth Games

FRANKSTON Australia Clay Target Club shooters James Bolding and Laetisha Scanlan returned to Melbourne last week after representing Australia at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Bolding, of Parkdal...

International tennis hits the courts

TENNIS players from across the world made their way to the Mornington Tennis Centre on Monday 19 March for the annual Mornington Peninsula Tennis International. The players which included Men’s Austr...

Rock climbing talent on the up

FRANKSTON and the Mornington Peninsula have quietly seen a rise in junior rock climbing talent. A Carrum Downs indoor climbing gym at Bayside Rock Climbing has become a base camp for state and nation...

Triathlon runners aim high

THE Mornington Peninsula Triathlon Club is hoping to once again cement itself as one of the leading clubs in Victoria when it comes to junior triathlons. The club, based at Long Island Drive in Frank...

Runners lap it up at the Frankston Gift

MORE than 400 VAL athletes crowded the Frankston Football Oval on Sunday 14 January for the much-anticipated return of the Frankston Gift. The gift which hadn’t been run for more than six years went ...

Netball leads way to healthier club

THERE are now 10 times more obese children and teenagers in the world compared to 40 years ago – according to a global study of over 200 countries. A proactive healthy step has seen Michele Cavanagh,...

State of play for Parkdale cricketer

PARKDALE secondary student Joshua Sugden represented Victoria for the second consecutive year at the National Indoor Cricket Championships in Mackay last month. Sugden, 14, was given the opportunity ...