Putting the grand into finals

SPECTATORS were entertained by 12 thrilling Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League grand finals on Sunday 28 August. Matches were played from under-11s to under-17s with three separate age group...

61 to become 22

There were a total of 61 players nominated for the MPNFL Peninsula Division Team of the Year, to be announced at presentation night on Wednesday, September 7 at Mornington Racecourse. All Peninsula D...

Blues and Bombers to square off in Granny

NEPEAN LEAGUE HASTINGS will play Frankston Bombers in the 2016 Nepean Division Grand Final this Saturday at Frankston Park after hanging on to win a thriller against Rosebud. The Blues have beaten Re...

Stonecats hang on in epic

PENINSULA LEAGUE IF it bleeds, you can kill it! That was a famous line used by arguably the greatest ever AFL footballer Leigh Matthews in 2001 when he was referring to his great Brisbane Lions side ...

Hastings overrun Somerville for inspiring victory

HASTINGS FNC SATURDAY saw Hastings Football/Netball Club take on Western Port rival Somerville Football/Netball Club in the first semi-final played at Devon Meadows. With a real sense of finals footb...

Bowlers get season started

AN Aboriginal campsite on the clifftop overlooking Port Phillip Bay was the perfect place for the introduction of lawn bowls to the Mornington Peninsula on 1 June 1917. Mornington Bowling Club was es...

Pines look doomed, Langy helps Mornington

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie FRANKSTON Pines looks doomed to relegation from State 1 South-East while Langwarrin dented Malvern City’s championship aspirations in last weekend’s catch-up round. Pines sl...

Bombers in the big dance

NEPEAN LEAGUE FRANKSTON Bombers went straight through to the 2016 Nepean Division Grand Final on Saturday after dishing out a football lesson to reigning premier Rosebud at Rye’s RJ Rowley Reserve. T...

Redlegs shine lights on Pines

PENINSULA LEAGUE MT ELIZA has set up a second semi-final showdown with Frankston YCW after beating Pines by 10 goals in the qualifying final on Saturday at Frankston Park. The highly fancied Redlegs ...

Hastings play inspired football

HASTINGS FNC SUNDAY saw the Hastings Football/Netball Club come up against our nemesis in 2016, the Red Hill FNC, in the elimination final played at Rosebud. On a slightly overcast day our boys certa...