Dromana to announce its team of the century

DROMANA Football Club will announce its Team of the Century and Teams of the Decade over the past 70 years at a special gala function next season. All members of Teams of the Decade (TOTD) will be no...

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...

Crib’s woes continue with loss to Hastings

CRIB POINT FNC – By Jared Newton CRIB Point’s season continues as normal with another comfortable loss at the hands of Hastings. The end of the year cannot come quick enough with the final sire...

Blues comfortable winners in derby

HASTINGS FNC – By Phil Stone, club president ON Saturday the club travelled down to Crib Point for the right to retain the Ron Moncrief Shield. In a terrific game of footy both sides went toe t...

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...

Pies counting down to end of horror season

CRIB POINT FNC – By Jared Newton IT was a tale of two halves on Saturday for Crib Point as they dished up some of their best and worst football for the year in a single afternoon. The first hal...

Blue put up a convincing win over Yabbies

HASTINGS FNC – By Phil Stone, club president SATURDAY saw the club travel to Tyabb FNC with one purpose in mind; to turn around our fortunes from the previous round. The boys did this in spades...

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...

Stonecats flex their muscles

PENINSULA LEAGUE FRANKSTON YCW flexed its muscles on Saturday in the Peninsula League match of the round, thumping Edithvale-Aspendale by almost 100 points. The Eagles came into the game having won f...