Pythons seek umpire answers

PENINSULA LEAGUE PINES coach Pat Swayne will invite South Umpires Association boss Mark Mounsey to the club this week to explain some rules to his charges after he was left frustrated and bewildered ...

AFL South-East get it wrong over finals

WHEN MPNFL Nepean Division clubs instigated a vote of no confidence that eventually saw the sacking of the board and administration this time last season, the reason for doing so was “change”. Nepean...

High five for Heart, Skye back on top

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie ROSEBUD Heart maintained its push towards a maiden championship by smashing arch rival Baxter 5-0 in their State 5 South showdown at Baxter Park on Saturday. Baxter has been...

Archers aim high for medals

AN archery club has hit the bullseye with several of its members taking out top honours at recent national and state championships. The Frankston Archery Club, based at Baxter Park, has 122 members a...

A lot to like about the Kangas

PENINSULA LEAGUE LANGWARRIN proved once again on Saturday that it is not far off becoming a consistent competitive outfit after leading all afternoon to beat Pines. The Kangaroos, who again had five ...

Buds looking at repeat

NEPEAN LEAGUE RYE’S season is over. The Demons are now a game and a half outside of the MPNFL Nepean Division top five, as well as a whopping 31 per cent after being humiliated by Rosebud by more tha...

Devon Meadows farewell a friend

NEPEAN LEAGUE THE Devon Meadows Football Club was a super proud club on Saturday night. But it had little to do with the 13.10 (88) to 10.11 (71) victory against finals aspirants Rye. It was more abo...

Redlegs provide a spark

PENINSULA LEAGUE MT ELIZA has breathed some life into the MPNFL Peninsula Division competition with a comprehensive victory against Frankston YCW. The Redlegs put a stop to the 25-game winning streak...