Division One: A season in review

DIVISION ONE Sorrento SORRENTO bounced back brilliantly from their early season dramas, which saw coach Tony Blackford replaced Luke Tapscott in rushed circumstances. The Sharks had an excellent home...

Skelly in, Armour out, Morrison back

SOCCER THE silly season exploded into action last week with Jamie Skelly, Billy Armour and Scott Morrison taking a spin on the annual coaching merry-go-round. And more local clubs will join in shortl...

Scanlan hits fourth, lands Olympic quota

FRANKSTON Australia Clay Target Club shooter, Laetisha Scanlan, has finished in fourth position at the ISSF World Championships in Changwon, South Korea on Thursday 6 September. The eagle-eyed shoote...

Moorooduc snap-up historic win

MOOROODUC Junior Football Club celebrated their first ever grand final victory on Saturday 8 September as their under-12s enjoyed a strong win over Mt Martha in the MPJFL grand final. Moorooduc, who ...

Second season for SkyBus Stadium

FRANKSTON Dolphins’ naming deal for Frankston Park oval has been extended into 2019, with sponsors SkyBus extending their deal through until the end of next season. The Dolphins have been playing the...

After the siren score means Pines delight

DIVISION ONE PINES have scored with a kick after the siren to claim a thrilling encounter with Sorrento and take out the 2018 MPNFL Division One Premiership in one of the greatest games in local foot...

Mounties soar in junior finals

MPJFL THE Mt Martha Junior Football Club had a massive hand in the Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League grand finals which were held over the weekend of Saturday 8 September in Pearcedale. The...

History awaits young Southern stars

SOCCER SOUTHERN United will lay claim to having the best under-14 squad in Victoria if it wins next weekend’s grand final and records an historic second successive double. Last year the side coached ...

Mornington women triumph

SOCCER MORNINGTON’S senior women’s team enjoyed a landmark season by clinching the State 4 South championship on goal difference from Old Mentonians. It was their inaugural season in the competition ...

Dylan is far from Dunn and dusted

FORMER champion apprentice jockey, Dylan Dunn, is set to return to the saddle this week after being forced to prematurely hang up the boots 18 months ago due to illness and weight concerns. The 23-ye...