Sailors reap rewards for skills and rescues

THREE of Mornington Yacht Club’s four nominations won prizes at the annual Yachting Victoria Awards held at Sandringham Yacht Club, Sunday 19 June. The awards celebrate sailing in Victoria and recogn...

A lot to like about the Kangas

PENINSULA LEAGUE LANGWARRIN proved once again on Saturday that it is not far off becoming a consistent competitive outfit after leading all afternoon to beat Pines. The Kangaroos, who again had five ...

Buds looking at repeat

NEPEAN LEAGUE RYE’S season is over. The Demons are now a game and a half outside of the MPNFL Nepean Division top five, as well as a whopping 31 per cent after being humiliated by Rosebud by more tha...

Devon Meadows farewell a friend

NEPEAN LEAGUE THE Devon Meadows Football Club was a super proud club on Saturday night. But it had little to do with the 13.10 (88) to 10.11 (71) victory against finals aspirants Rye. It was more abo...

Pythons flex muscles as Edwards snags nine

PENINSULA LEAGUE PINES bounced back from a shock defeat last week to inflict a savage loss on Bonbeach in MPNFL Peninsula Division football on Saturday. Pines coach Patty Swayne scoffed at suggestion...

Rosebud’s perfect record, Skye in mourning

SOCCER By Craig MacKenzie ROSEBUD Heart is the only senior team throughout Victoria’s State Leagues with a perfect record. While the fledgling club has achieved a rare feat in only its second year of...

Red Hill take the points

HASTINGS FNC SATURDAY saw the Hastings Football/Netball Club come up against Red Hill Football/Netball club in what loomed as a massive test for all sides. But unfortunately not all sides did not com...

Redlegs provide a spark

PENINSULA LEAGUE MT ELIZA has breathed some life into the MPNFL Peninsula Division competition with a comprehensive victory against Frankston YCW. The Redlegs put a stop to the 25-game winning streak...

Eagles back in the hunt

NEPEAN LEAGUE SOMERVILLE is back in the MPNFL Nepean Division premiership race after a superb four quarter performance against Sorrento. Backs against the wall and staring down the barrel of missing ...

No stopping Contender sailor’s winning ways

NOT content with doing it once, McCrae sailor Mark Bulka has been named Victorian Male Sailor of the Year for the second time. And he’s a worthy winner having recently won the 2016 World Championship...