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...

New duo win bowls crown

COMPETITORS at a bowls competition in Frankston over the Easter break may have witnessed the beginning of a profitable partnership. The prestigious Easter Open Pairs hosted at Frankston Bowling Club ...

Nepean teams under pressure

NEPEAN LEAGUE THE 2016 MPNFL Nepean Division season gets into full swing this Saturday and already there are a couple of teams under pressure. One of them is Rye. The Demons were nothing short of ord...

How far Frankston YCW?

PENINSULA LEAGUE MANY believe there will be daylight between Frankston YCW and the rest of the competition in MPNFL Peninsula Division this season. Such talk would obviously upset opposition players ...

Tigers stamp their mark on Nepean

NEPEAN LEAGUE THERE was an emergence of another major player in the MPNFL 2016 Nepean Division on Easter Saturday. Dromana may have gone through a lean period in the past couple of seasons following ...