Pythons drop to fifth after loss

PENINSULA LEAGUE PINES has dropped to fifth place on the ladder after losing a high quality game against Mornington at Eric Bell Reserve on Saturday. In a thrilling contest, the match was played in t...

Stringer ‘best on’ in milestone

NEPEAN LEAGUE GUY Stringer celebrated his 400th game against on Saturday with five goals and a best on ground performance against Tyabb. Stringer, suffering from a torn bicep which he carried into th...

Hillmen out of top bracket

NEPEAN LEAGUE RED Hill has been knocked out of the top five after going down to Rye on Saturday. The Hillmen were blown away in the third quarter by a much-improved Rye outfit and were never able to ...

Langwarrin’s season over

PENINSULA LEAGUE LANGWARRIN’S season came to an end in MPNFL Peninsula Division football on Saturday when it was beaten by Edithvale-Aspendale in a thriller. The Kangas (sixth) are now two games behi...

Panthers pounce on Magpies

NEPEAN LEAGUE PEARCEDALE leapfrogged Crib Point on the MPNFL Nepean Division ladder on Saturday after coming from behind to earn a 17 point victory. The Magpies, who played in a grand final against S...

MPNFL board resigns, AFL steps in

THE MPNFL board collectively resigned late last week after 19 of 22 MPNFL Peninsula and Nepean clubs expressed a vote of no confidence. AFL South East immediately took over as caretaker of the league...