Yabby avoids serious injury

NEPEAN LEAGUE THE ANZAC Round of football in Nepean League was soured on Saturday when Tyabb midfielder Adrian Clay was airlifted to hospital. At the 30-second mark of the third quarter in the match ...

The Tigers are on a roll

PENINSULA LEAGUE SEAFORD won its second game on the trot in MPNFL Peninsula Division, holding on to beat Bonbeach. The Tigers led by 28 points at the last change after leading by just two points at t...

Mornington wins Anzac clash, Heart on top

By Craig MacKenzie MORNINGTON continued its recent success against Langwarrin with a 2-1 win in their Anzac clash at Dallas Brooks Park on Sunday. Mornington struck in the 5th minute when livewire st...

Giving strong sports performance a run

IRONMAN teacher Matt Clark is bringing it all back home with his dedication to personal sports performance a plus for Patterson River Secondary College students. Matt, 32, competed at the Strongman J...

Bombers fall to the ground with a thud

NEPEAN LEAGUE FRANKSTON Bombers were brought back to earth with a thud after being thrashed by Somerville in Nepean Division on Saturday. With wins against Pearcedale and Tyabb in the opening rounds ...

Family rewarded with club honours

THREE members of the one family – a father and his two sons – were awarded life membership of the Carrum Cricket Club at its presentation night on Friday 1 April. It’s the first time three members of...

Buds, Demons, answer doubters

NEPEAN LEAGUE AS the old adage goes, a week is a long time in football. Two weeks is like an eternity. On Good Friday a fortnight ago, traditional rivals Rosebud and Rye played in a game where many w...

Redlegs make a statement

PENINSULA LEAGUE NEW Mt Eliza coach Troy Shannon had no idea what to expect from his team in the opening round of the season against Pines in Peninsula Division on Saturday. The Edithvale–Aspendale p...