Miller lifts the Hills

DISTRICT IT’S been a long time since Heatherhill has dominated a day of cricket but it certainly did that on day one of their MPCA District clash against Flinders. The domination came on the back of ...

Islanders in command

PROVINCIAL LONG Island has placed itself in a commanding position against Pines in MPCA Provincial cricket after scoring 9/263 on day one of the match. Despite a shaky start that saw the home team 3/...

Soccer women go in search of coaches

THE new Women’s National Premier League soccer consortium Southern United is interviewing prospective coaches and plans to announce appointees soon. Its policy is that, if a male candidate is success...

Angel Warriors tackle bodybuilding’s world stage

TWO Mornington bodybuilders will take part in the Natural Olympia competition in Las Vegas next month. Ultimate Fitness owner Nicky Jacobson, who is team coach of the Ultimate Angel Warriors bodybuil...

Hoppers start well

SUB-DISTRICT DROMANA got its season underway in the best way possible on Saturday, winning its opening game with ease against Carrum Downs. The Hoppers have recruited well this season with Darren Ker...

McEvoy dominates in season opener

PROVINCIAL LANGWARRIN’S highest ever run scorer, Simon McEvoy, turned back the clock on Saturday on the first day of the 2015-16 Provincial season, scoring an unbeaten 83 to guide his side to a shock...

Panthers on the prowl early

DISTRICT PEARCEDALE started its new life in District cricket having an immediate impact on Saturday, beating Carrum by four wickets. The Lions were expected to be one of the teams to beat in District...

The silly season begins

NEPEAN LEAGUE THE 2015 Nepean League season was another tightly contested one and the final five went down to the very last quarter of the final round. After years of domination from Sorrento, the ba...

How to catch the Stonecats

PENINSULA LEAGUE FRANKSTON YCW made it five Peninsula League premierships in six years last Sunday. The big question coming from the mouths of spectators and opposition clubs as they were walking out...

Stonecats are Premiers

PENINSULA LEAGUE FRANKSTON YCW capped off a wonderful season by winning the Peninsula League premiership by a whopping 87 points over Mornington on Sunday. The Stonecats have been by far the best sid...