Mornington marches on, high five for Langy

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie MORNINGTON’S march towards a second successive State 1 South-East title continued at the expense of Frankston Pines at Dallas Brooks Park on Saturday. Wayne Gordon opened th...

Pies go down in battle of the birds

CRIB POINT FNC By Jared Newton NOT a happy day for the Pies as all teams went down against their feathered rivals from Somerville. The seniors were highly competitive without fully threatening with a...

Blues prevail in testing encounter

HASTINGS FNC HASTINGS Football/Netball Club had a fantastic weekend on and off the field with all three football sides having great victories against Dromana Football/Netball club. Our C Grade netbal...

Rye on struggle street

NEPEAN LEAGUE THERE are only six teams who can win the MPNFL Nepean Division flag in 2016. One of the clubs that simply can’t win it is Rye. The Demons were smashed for the second week in succession ...

Pines duo banned, Baxter pair to front tribunal

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie TWO Frankston Pines players were given lengthy suspensions by Football Federation Victoria’s tribunal last week. Laban Stringer and Jordan Avraham were found guilty of invol...

Sharks to fight to be number one

INTERLEAGUE THE MPNFL Sharks will play Geelong FL next year in a bid to claim the title of the best league in Victoria after beating Northern Football League on Saturday. Northern Football League bea...

Baxter duo sent off, Mornington, Skye on top

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie BAXTER’S bubble burst in a spiteful State 5 top-of-the-table away clash against Rosebud Heart on Saturday. A melee erupted just before half-time and threatened to spill into...

Home not a happy place for the Pies

CRIB POINT FNC By Jared Newton CRIB Point remains winless at home but certainly lost no respect in their clash against Hastings on the weekend. In a game that was tight for three and a half quarters,...

Hastings rack up strong win against Crib Point

HASTINGS FNC THIS week the club travelled down to the Crib Point FNC for our annual local derby. The boys were playing for the Ron Moncrief Shield, and the game certainly didn’t disappoint supporters...