Kangas win for Artico

PENINSULA LEAGUE LANGWARRIN denied Karingal its one and only win for the season on Saturday after coming from six goals down early in the match. In coach Gavin Artico’s last game at the helm, the Kan...

Eagles just manage to hold on

NEPEAN LEAGUE SOMERVILLE will play Rosebud in the second semi-final next Saturday at Rye’s RJ Rowley Reserve after holding off a late charge from Sorrento in the Nepean Division qualifying final. Lea...

Another ton for Justin Van Unen

PENINSULA LEAGUE MT Eliza full forward Justin Van Unen booted the five goals he needed against Pines on Saturday to notch his second century in the MPNFL. ‘JV’ first kicked 100 goals when he was play...

Six say yes to Southern United

By CRAIG MACKENZIE A HISTORIC liaison between six local soccer clubs underpins the Women’s National Premier League of Victoria application by newly formed Southern United. Casey Comets, Mornington, L...

Hillmen rocket into finals

NEPEAN LEAGUE RED Hill will take enormous momentum into its Elimination final against Hastings this weekend after belting Dromana to the tune of 86 points on Saturday. The Hillmen have won four match...

Dolphins probe continues

FRANKSTON Football Club officials will “reserve our final decision” on the two clubmen involved in a physical altercation at the ground on Sunday 2 August. General manager Simon Green on Wednesday sa...

Stonecats strangle another victim

PENINSULA LEAGUE FRANKSTON YCW is slowly sucking the life out of Peninsula Division football after disposing of yet another premiership aspirant on Saturday in Mornington. The game started in tight f...

Finals fight goes down to the wire

NEPEAN LEAGUE THE scene has been set for an explosive final round of Nepean League football after the completion of round 15 on Saturday. There were two significant results to keep an eye on over the...

Tigers cause major upset

NEPEAN LEAGUE DROMANA caused the upset of the season on Saturday in Nepean League, leading all afternoon to beat Rye by 11 points. At one stage in the third quarter, the Tigers led by as much as 51 p...