Japanese import takes out Peninsula Cup

HORSE RACING THE Japanese-bred thoroughbreds continued their dominance of this year’s Spring Racing Carnival with a narrow victory in the 2019 Peninsula Cup at Mornington on Sunday 3 November. Former...

Pines to link with Fijian group

SOCCER FRANKSTON Pines is on the verge of the biggest off-field restructure in the club’s history as it closes in on a partnership agreement with the Victorian Multicultural Sports Association. The V...

Country Cups captured by Rawiller and McGill

HORSE RACING UP-AND-COMING Mornington-based apprentice jockey, Campbell Rawiller, scored the biggest win of his early career by taking out the St Arnauds Cup on Saturday 26 October. It was fitting th...

Stubley, Guy, Harrington, Prescott

SOCCER ANDY Stubley, Keegan Guy and Matt Harrington are wanted men and Mornington is leading the chase to sign them. Stubley and Guy meet with Mornington boss Adam Jamieson this week and are part of ...

Dream realised on the third

BILL Philip realised every golfers’ dream of a hole-in-one earlier this month but admits he took a long time to achieve the honour – 91 years. “It was my first hole-in-one … and the last,” quipped th...

Mornington wants Radojicic

SOCCER MORNINGTON has joined the chase to sign gun forward Dejan Radojicic from Casey Comets. He has been targeted by Mornington head coach Adam Jamieson who sees Radojicic as the man who could becom...

Nichols’ stable star scores Moonga victory

HORSE RACING THE Shane Nichols-trained, Streets of Avalon, has once again been successful when racing on the quick seven-day back-up by winning the $200,000 Group Three Moonga Stakes on Saturday 19 O...

A boy destined to dance

IT seems as though MT ELIZA’S Sam McSweeney was born to be a ballet dancer. The 11-year-old had only just learned to walk when he began copying the movements of older sister Ava, also a keen dancer, ...