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Preseason Training restarts Monday 23.Jan,2017

Preseason Training  starts Monday 23.Jan at 6pm , Mckinnon Oval .
Lets get the message out to all our Players and any new prospects .
Look forward to seeing you soon.more

WOMENS FOOTBALL SKILLS SESSION 19.NOV

SFNL will be hosting another Skills Session next Saturday 19 November at 10am at Moorabbin Reserve, Linton Street. Feel free to bring along family and friends as everyone is welcome to participate J.
If you know anyone that may be interested, please direct them to this link to register their expression of interest and if you have any questions, please contact the SFNL, info@sfl.com.au or 95535644more

AGM will be held on Wednesday 14 December at club rooms

St Paul’s Football Club
Annual General Meeting
The AGM will be held on Wednesday 14 December 2016 at 7:30 pm
at the clubrooms after trainingmore

Preseason Trainining commences Wed 23rd Nov

Preseason Trainining commences Wed 23rd Nov
At 6.30pm at McKinnon Reserve
Then 6pm on Mon ,Wed & Friday's
and run through to the 16th December, (11 sessions)
Hope to see you all Players theremore

Callum Carthcart selected for SFNL Div 1 team of the year.

Callum Carthcart has been selected in the SFNL Media Div 1 team of the year. With his Club Best & Fairest this selection caps off his terrific return season from his ACL injury in 2014. Congratulations Callum. Full details on ,
http://sfnl.com.au/2016-sfnl-division-1-team-of-the-year/more

Meet the New Coach - Jason Heffernan on 19.Oct at Club Rooms

Meet the New Coach - Jason Heffernan
Next Wednesday (19.Oct) at 6-30pm
at our Tucker Rd Club Rooms
All Players,Supporters and Sponsors are invited to come alongmore

Announce Jason Heffernan as Senior Coach for season 2017

Jason joins St Paul’s most recently from his role as an Assistant Development Coach at Port Melbourne FC (VFL). Jason has spent the last 5 seasons working in both the VFL and TAC Cup systems and it’s this development experience and professionalism which the club felt most important for our youthful playing list.more

Grace Healey wins Netball League B&F

Grace Healey wins Netball League B&F
A tremendous year by Grace, and rewarded by winning both Club and League B&Fmore

Connor Byrne wins U19 League B&F

Connor Byrne wins U19 League B&F
After a great year and winning our club B&F , Connor has topped off season by winning League B&F last nightmore

Senior Award Winners

Congratulations to Award Winners
B&F - Cal Cathcart
Runnerup - Jimmy Sziller
Most Consistent - Josh Verlin
Most Courageous - Brad Gilder
Most Determined - Carl Herbstreitmore

Reserves Award Winners

Congratulations to Award Winners
B&F - Jordy Lloyd
Runnerup - Fred Jenkins
Most Consistent - Aaron Hay
Most Courageous - Jack Kreymborg
Most Determined - Glen Glenn Balmforthmore

U19 Award Winners

Congratulations to Award Winners
B&F - Connor Byrne
Runnerup - Brad Dolan
Most Improved - George Elliott
Most Courageous - Ben Lindsay
Most Determined - Dino Karamoshos
Best Finals Player - Harry Huntmore

Netballer Award Winners 2016

NETBALLER Award Winners
B&F - Grace Healey
Runnerup - Meg Geschke
Best Finals Player - Alex Ballmore

Presentation Night - Thanks to True South

We all had a great night at Trues South for Presentation.
Thanks to Jono and his team for looking after us.
Special congratulations to all Award Winners.more

Sponsors, Supporters and our Ladies

Thanks to all our Sponsors - without them we would not field any teams.
Thanks to Trish, Maggie, Nellie and Clare for all those great Thursday evening meals.Thanks also to all match-day volunteers who keep BBQ and bar running.
To all our loyal supporters - come back next year and remember coaching is a thankless task - appreciate their effortsmore

Presentation Night 30.Sept

Presentation Night will be on 30th Sept at True South , 298 Beach Rod.Black Rock. Cost is $90 for 2 course meal with Beer, Wine and Champagne starting at 7-30pm. Dres is lounge suit and cocktail dress,
Tickets must be pre-purchased. Contact Michael Lloyd for tickets.more

St Pauls Football & Netball Club U19 FINAL 11.Sept.2016

U19 Finals
The season ended with the U19s going down in the semi-final. We were never dominant and though only 4 points down at half time, our effort was poor and we were outclassed in the second half. We had few good performers and attitude and teamwork were missing.more

u19 Elimination Final 9.30am Springvale

U19s play Cheltenham in Elimination final at Springvale Reserve at 9.30ammore

Netballers Grand Final 28.Aug

Perfect conditions greeted us for the Grand Final agst Heatherton.The girls were pumped for the challenge and worked on our game plan all week.Grace was shooting the lights out and the pressure from our mid court was great from Alex and Eliza and we were on top by 5up going into last.Fresh legs saw Heatherton hit the front in last 5 mins and go on to a win.It had been a great effort by our teammore

U19 sponsored by Bentleigh RSL 20.Aug.

This was our test before the finals.We could not advance above fourth, but faced third placed team who had beaten us earlier.After a even first term we pulled away in second term and followed with a great third.We finished strongly for a 10 goal win.Harry Hunt was outstanding and our best with Connor and Brad also good.We now face Cheltenham next Sunday at Springvale in Finalmore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper 20..Aug

The end of the season was a relief for all-we blooded many young players but lacked depth to cover injuries.Club stalwarts find it hard to miss the finals for the first time in many years,but that is the reality of 2016 suburban football.We have great prospects in our young list and we will build from there.more

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies 27.Aug

Again we were struggling for a side and had to call our U19s who had already played.In the end we were soundly beaten.As the year draws to a close,we must thank our coach Mike Hogan and U19 coach Wayne Herbstreit,without the latter's help we would not have put a team on the ground.Finally appreciation to the team manager Rich, and all players who kept up their spirit in a hard year.more

Become a BRICKLAYER - club sponsors

Run by Australian Brick & Blocklaying Training Foundation(ABBTF)
Learn basic skills in a 'hands on' environment.
Work ready program not formal training.
Successful candidates will be introduced to employers
Only genuine candidates need apply - COST NIL
Contact.Jacqui.breeuwer@abbtf.com.au or phne.9556 3038 or 1300 664 496more

St.Pauls v Oakleigh Districts AWAY on 27.Aug

St.Pauls v Oakleigh Districts AWAY on 27.Aug
at Princess Highway Reserve
U19s at 9.45am
Reserves at 12pm
Seniors at 2.15pmmore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper 20..Aug

We faced a crunch game to maintain our finals hopes against Clayton.It was a game where defences were on top early.Clayton holding an 11 point lead at the half.In the 3rd we were still 9 pts down.Unfortunately we faded badly in last for a 3 goal loss.Thanks to all our Sponsors and Supporters over the year.more

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies 20.Aug

It was captain Glen Balmforth's 100th game for the club and the players were keen to put on a good effort.With injuries to senior's,we were again short but the U19s again chipped in to make up our numbers.We started well,as did Clayton,and only 2 points separated the sides at half time.Clayton played well in last half to run away with win.Glen in his 100th was one of the best with Jordymore

Under 19’s - Sponsored by the Bentleigh RSL. 20.Aug

It was our opportunity to lock in finals.A great start resulted in a 6 goal to nil first term.Brad and Kremma on target.We dominated centre clearances,with Connor and Karl on top.Giving a 10 goal lead at half.Dingley came back in 3rd matching our goals.Our backline lead by Ben and George got on top for a big win and secure a place in finalsmore

Netball sponsored by JBS Hosptiality results 20,Aug

Preliminary final day vs Mordialloc.We had a few injuries and were concerned.First half was hard,we managed a 2 goal lead.Healey and Barnes were going well in attack.In the third,we pulled away with great defensive interceptions from Lewis and Ball.In final we scored 6 goal win and go through to the Grand Final against Heatherton this Sundaymore

This week St.Paul's vs Clayton at HOME

This week St.Paul's vs Clayton at HOME
Seniors at 2,15pm
Reserves at 12 noon
U19s vs Dingley at HOME 9-45ammore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper 13..Aug

We were fighting to keep our final's hopes alive,but we started poorly, City scoring 2 goals against a slight breeze to our 2 behinds.Our field kicking was erratic,often picking out our opponents whose spread and pace made us appear flat-footed.An ankle injury to Verlin did not help and we were 3 down at half time.In 2nd half Halliday and our mid field dominated for a 23pt win.We must win last 2.more

RESERVES.Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies.13.Aug

We were depleted with injuries and players unavailable taking its toll on our numbers.However with the help of several U19 players doubling up and a few St Kilda City boys swapping sides (we had 13 fit men at half time),we were able to have a game to acknowledge the PRIDE Day celebrations.The team put on a great effort scoring 7 goals to City's 16 in a good standard game.Many thanks City for helpmore

U19 sponsored by Bentleigh RSL 13.Aug.

We faced a crunch game with City having a very good win against second placed Hampton last round and holding 3rd spot to our 4th on the ladder.We started well and at half time held an 11 point lead with Ryan Kreymborg and Dylan Bone prominent. In the second half City improved kicking 8 goals to our 6 for our 6 pt loss - Lefau scoring 8 goals for the day. Elliott and Halloran our best.more

Netball sponsored by JBS Hosptiality results 13.Aug

After a great season were into the 2nd semi-final against Heatherton. It was always going to be a battle with a Grand Final to winner.The first half did not go our way,the accurate shooting of Heatherton combined with some of our poor mistakes,meant we were 11 down.Terrific defensive intercepts from Ball and accurate shooting from Healey saw us only 2down in last.But we ran out of steam losing by4more

St.Pauls vs St.Kilda City AWAY 13.August

St.Pauls vs St.Kilda City AWAY Peanut Farm Reserve on 13.August
u19s at 9.45am
Reserves at 12 noon
Seniors at 2.15pmmore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper 6.Aug

Another crunch game against Cheltenham and injuries had taken a toll on team.Both defences were dominant in the opening term,we held a 1 point lead at the change.Cheltenham were better in 2nd and looked to take control but Sziller and Verlin kept us in it 5 points down at half.Our 3rd saw us take a 11 point lead.We finished well with a 15pt win. Josh,Zill,Herby and Gilly in bestmore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper 6.Aug

Another crunch game against Cheltenham and injuries had taken a toll on team.Both defences were dominant in the opening term,we held a 1 point lead at the change.Cheltenham were better in 2nd and looked to take control but Sziller and Verlin kept us in it 5 points down at half.Our 3rd saw us take a 11 point lead.We finished well with a 15pt win. Josh,Zill,Herby and Gilly in bestmore

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies 6.Aug

Unfortunately,injuries had taken a toll and we only had 15 stripped, but with the help of several of our U19 boys (who had already played a full game) we were able to field a team. The first half saw 2nd placed Cheltenham jump out to a 9 goal lead. Our boys never gave up and we managed 3 second half goals but Cheltenham won very easily. Many thanks to the seven u19 players who helped.more

U19 sponsored by Bentleigh RSL 6.Aug

Cheltenham were seeking a finals berth and started well.We only managed 1goal to 4 in first.With Ash Becker playing well we trimmed the deficit to 2 goals at the break.Our 3rd saw us kick 5 goals and 1 point separated the sides at last break.Cheltenham ran the game out strongly for an 8 point win.Dylan Bone great with 7 goals,more

Netball sponsored by JBS Hosptiality results 6.Aug

After the highs of Ladies Day last week,we went into the final round of the regular season with a few players away.St Kilda City came out firing in the first half and got away to a 10 goal lead.Their height was difficult to handle.In the second half we got within 3 goals,but it wasn't enough losing 49-54.Looking forward to the finalsmore

St.Pauls vs Cheltenham at HOME 6.Aug.2016

St.Pauls vs Cheltenham at HOME
u19s at 9.45am
Reserves at 12 noon
Seniors at 2,15pmmore

Social News

Get ypur tickets for the $5000 raffle on 6th Augustmore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper Game Summary 30.July

After last weeks poor effort our season was on the line.It was windy and we had a good first term,scoring 3 goals to 1.Against the breeze we failed to score to score and the Panthers added 4 goals to hold a 12 point half time lead.We lost Hutchy when taken away by ambulance and also Allan and Ambrose with injury.Last half we fought hard,but lack of support saw us lose by 8pts.Carl,Zilly in bestmore

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies results 30.

We have been short of players lately but with the help of some U19 boys we were able to field a full team against East Malvern.We started very well with a 5 goal burst and led by 30 points at half time.In the second half we romped away with 11 more goals to 2.It was a great team effort,with 10 players sharing the goals.All contributed to our second win of the year.Jenkins and Halliday leading waymore

U19 sponsored by Bentleigh RSL 30.July

Our form had been indifferent in recent weeks and Hallam had troubled us earlier.This was an important match.We wasted some early chances but our teamwork was excellent.We dominated play.Kremma kicked into gear in the 2nd term and we led comfortably at half time.The third term was our best.Ash Becker and Saxon good.Karl and Connor winning midfield with a 77 pt victory.more

Netball spnsored by JBS Hosptiality results 30.July

The girls had a great win on Friday night against previously unbeaten Heatherton and are sitting in second place.Grace Healey again one of our best .The girls going on to have a great day on Saturday at Ladies Day.more

Social Notes

Don't forget Ladies Day on 30th July
Also get your money and tickets in for the $5000 raffle on 6th August.more

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper Game Summary 23.July

The weather improved slightly,less rain and sleet for the main game.We started well had plenty of the ball in the first half,but turn-overs were costly,allowing Mordialloc to break away for a couple of goals in a low scoring game.Half time saw us 8 points down.In the second half our effort were poor,we lacked concentration,did not stick to our game plan and missed an opportunity.more

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies 23.July

The team has been showing some great form but only in the second half of games.This week we were missing several players and only had the minimum 18.Conditions were freezing wind and rain but at half time we were only 3 goals down. Injuries reduced our number to 15 in second half allowing Mordialloc to pull away.Our boys battled on to the end. Dino,Jack,Aaron in best.more

U19 sponsored by Bentleigh RSL 23.July

After a week of,our boys went out to secure our position in the top 5. But only one team turned up to play in the freezing and blustery conditions and it wasn't us.Our opponents put on a clinic of how to play accountable football.After going in 3 points down at quarter time,we only scored 1 goal in the 2nd and 3rd and keeping us scoreless in last.This is a wake-up call for the playersmore

Netball spnsored by JBS Hosptiality results 23.July

It was not a pleasant day for netball but our girls used it as a good test of mental strength before the finals.We started slowly,struggling to hit targets in the wet conditions.Carrum were harder at the contest but we managed to slip away in the 3rd quarter after some slick movement from Miki Hayes and goals from Grace Healey.In the end we won by 8 goals.Next week top of ladder clash.more

St.Paul's Games this week 23.July

Seniors AWAY at Mordialloc 2-15pm
Reserves AWAY at Mordialloc 12 noon
Game at Ben Kavanagh Reserve ,McDonald Street. Mordialloc
U19s AWAY at Endeavour Hills 10.30am
Game at Barry Simon Reserve ,Gleneagles Drive.Endeavour Hillsmore

Social News

Sunday 17th July was our Club day at Sandown Greyhound.A group of about 28 players and supporters in attendance.We were not very successful in the inter-club games and darts but all enjoyed the day.A reminder to all to finalize their big raffle ticket sales.This Saturday night‘Back to School’party at the club rooms.Costume night and $10 bucks.Also Ladies Day on 30th Julymore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper Game Summary 16.July

We had 4 changes from the previous game and welcomed Matt Herbstreit, Matt Brown,Johnno and Ash Munday back.We had a good first half against a depleted E Brighton.Berry and McCarthy had a chance to run into some form.Allan,Shannon,Cathcart peppered the goals and having a field day with 8. E.B stalwarts Hope,Jamieson,Jessup are a credit to their clubmore

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies results 16.July

Unfortunately,several injuries had affected the club going into this game but U19s had a bye and some of the boys offered to assist the team.We started slowly against E.Brighton and they kicked 5 goals in 1st.2nd term they added 3 more goals for and 8 goal half time lead. We lifted in the second half scoring 6 goals to 1, losing by 23 points. Locandro and Still among our best.more

Netball spnsored by JBS Hosptiality results 16.July

A big shock during the week with gun defender Ann Cooper suffering a foot injury.We all wish her a speedy recovery.We played Mordialloc in top 4.They beat us last time.The first half was as physical and we held a 1 goal advantage. In the third term the girls lifted with Lewis,Sutton,Healy playing well and help us to an 8 goal win.Don't forget Ladies Day on 30th July.more

St.Pauls v E.Brighton this week at HOME

U19s have a bye
Reserves at 12 noon
Seniors at 2.15pm
All at HOMEmore

SOCIAL NEWS

We had great success with the Matt Rojan charity day.Special thanks to Pearo,Sam Robertson and Wayne Manders.It was a very busy day for BBQ, canteen and bar volunteers - thanks to all.Sunday July 17th is our social day at Sandown Greyhound racing contact Mike Lloyd to book. Also Ladies Day coming up on 30th July.Contact Meg Geschke to book.more

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper v Dingley

Due to injury we had a very inexperienced side against the ladder leaders. We could not manage a goal before half-time and were 10 goals down.The second half showed how strong our opponents were and although we forced the ball forward frequently.We scored many behinds,(many rushed or touched through).Huthchinson,Sziller and Ting in Best.more

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies vs Dingley

It was great to have Christian McCarthy coming back after injury. A hard game was expected with Dingley undefeated. Unfortunately we started slowly and Dingley jumped to a 12 goal half time lead.We played better in the second half matching Dingley goal for goal.Chris and Jordy in our bestmore

U19 sponsored by Bentleigh RSL v Dingley

Dingley were a stronger team than we faced in April and held a 5 point quarter time lead.Our boys put in an excellent second term. After half time we found it difficult to maintain the pressure and Dingley responded to the challenge to draw level. The last term was an arm wrestle but the boys persevered for a good 2 goal win.Cooke,Browne,Bone in Best.more

Netball sponsored by JBS Hospitiality

It was a beautiful day at Dingley, where we hosted Bentleigh. We started well,scoring the first 4 goals.Grace Healey was the star and well supported by classy mid courters.At half we held 17 goal lead.Bentleigh lifted in second half, but our girls fought back in the last term for a 7 goal win.Lewis,Cooper,Healey in Bestmore

Games this week vs Dingley at HOME

Games this week against Dingley at HOME

U19s 9-45am

Reserves 12 noon

Seniors 2-15pmmore

Sandown Dogs Sunday 17 July

Sandown Dogs Sunday 17 July $25 Ticket including Bus transport to and from McKinnon Reserve, finger food and $10 betting voucher. Bus leaves the club 1pm returns 5:30pm. Contact Club to come alongmore

Seniors sponsored by one paper v Bentleigh

This was a critical game for us but Bentleigh showed why they deserved their high ladder position. Their backline kept us under pressure all day, we just could not score goals. T Mac, Carl and Willow persevered but Bentleigh moved the ball with precision, marked strongly and controlled the game in the end.more

Reserves sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supply v Bentlegh

We welcomed back club legends Tim Blackwood and Pete Smith to help the team.It was a big day for the club with Darryl Harris passing away.We started with plenty of optimism but fell away quickly after a blistering start by Bentleigh kicking 11 first half goals and we were goaless.Poor skill execution destroyed our endeavour at the contest. We lost Braggers and Elliot to injury.Stilly and Jack Bestmore

Netball spnsored by JBS Hosptiality vSt.Kilda City

We had to dig deep to field a team, with girls sick and away.Fortunately we had some awesome friends willing to fill in for the mighty Doggies against St. Kilda City. A strong first half led to a 59-35 win. Grace Healey was shooting at her exceptional best, however it was the great defensive efforts of Caitlin Lewis and Ann Cooper that kept St Kilda's scoring to a minimum.Caitlin Lewis best.more

U19s sponsored by Bentleigh RSL v Bentleigh

After recent indifferent performances, the boys jumped out against the combined East Brighton/Bentleigh with a 9 goal to 2 first half.After the break our mid-field kept pumping the ball forward and Dolan and Locandro converted.Each scored 6 for the day.Dino,Sax, Connor and Harry Begg were all influential. Backmen had an easy day,more

Games this week V BENTLEIGH

Local derby is on this week at HOME vs Bentleigh
U19's from 9.45am
Reserves from 12 noon
Seniors from 2.15pmmore

We mourn the passing of club great Darryl Harris

It's with great sadness that we mourn the passing of club great Darryl Harris.Daryl's Funeral will be at WD Roses in Marriage Rd Brighton on Wednesday 6.July at 2.30pm then onto Bentleigh Club.more

Seniors v Oakleigh Districts Sponsored by OnePaper

Doggies had accounted for 2 lower sides and needed to continue form. Oakleigh started better and earned a 2 goal lead.We improved in the 2nd term.The third term was fiercely contested,only one goal each.In the last the boys maintained their effort and we got away to a 20 point win and gaining 5th on ladder.Herbstreit,Munday,Cathcart,Verlin Bestmore

Reserves v Oakleigh Districts Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supply

We started confidently with a 4 goal first term. At half time we had a 16 point lead.Districts put in a good 3rd quarter to cut lead to 7pts.Oakleigh put in a tough last term and held an 11 point margin with minutes to go.Marty marked and was awarded 50 metres to goal. But Oakleigh objected to Umpire and another free awarded for a goal and 5 point win.Fred and Jack Best.more

Netball v Dingley and Chelsea Heights Sponsored by JBS Hospitality

The girls played a double header,Fri night/Sat.On Friday night we played Dingley in a battle for 2nd spot.The game was tight.last quarter the Doggies shot away to 9 goal victory (46-37.Ann Cooper best.With only hours to rest the girls were back to play Chelsea.Bad passing saw Chelsea take a 4 goal lead at the main break.Our girls were fitter in 2nd half to win 50-39.Eliza Barnes bestmore

U19s Summary v Oakleigh Districts.Sponsored by Bentleigh RSL

We were missing a few this week, especially our strong forwards and after an even first term, were outplayed by Oakleigh especially after half time. Connor Byrne kept trying. Sax and Anthony Locandro our bestmore

Seniors v Clayton Sponsored by One Paper:

Clayton were coming off a win agsinst Mordialloc.We expected a tough contest.Unfortunately Young withdrew before game and Piravano cameup for his first.Our defence was under early pressure and Gilder was working hard in midfield.We lead by a goal at the half.3Qtr was even.Last Qtr saw Doggies pull away to win by 5 goals.We lost Peet to a broken collarbone.Ambrose and Gilder among best.more

Reserves v Clayton Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supply

After struggling for numbers in recent weeks,the U19s had a bye which allowed us to give U19s a taste of senior footy.We started well and had a good first half with scores pretty even.Unfortunately we lost a few players in the last half,finishing with the bare 18 and Clayton finished strongly to win.Lloyd with 5goals and Carracher in mid field in bestmore

Doggie Away Games this week 18.June

Seniors AWAY at Clayton 2.15pm
Reserves AWAY at Clayton 12 noon
U19s have BYEmore

Kenny Shaw inducted into SFNL Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Kenny Shaw on the recent announcement of his induction to the SFNL Hall of Fame. Kenny as we know is the life blood of the StPauls FNC and has provided a life time of service to the local community. Kenny has ensured the StPauls FNC has been stable and competitive for past two decades.more

Game Summary Seniors v St.Kilda City 4/6

Brad Gilder was back for his first game this season and Ash Becker from U19s played 1st game.We started badly with poor ball use,missing opportunities.Our defence played well to restrict St Kilda City.Half time we held a 1 pt lead.3rd term saw us get an 8 point lead,but we were still not playing well.Rainy conditions in the last term saw City kept us scoreless and they ran out winners by 8ptsmore

Reserves v St.Kilda Cty 4/6.

The Reserves have been improving and competitive but failing to get across the line with a win we had St. Kilda City.Our ground held up reasonably under recent poor weather.The boys started well.Our mid-field of Johnno, Pirovano and Hogan on top and trailed by 2 goals at half time.Injuries left us depleted in the second half and we lost.Best for us were Johnstone,Pirovano,Balmforthmore

Netball Game Summay vs Heatherton 4/6.

It was top of the table clash for the Doggie netballers v Heatherton.Our girls came out firing, blitzing the first quarter 17-12.The story continued into the second term with great defensive plays from Alex,Ann.Eliza's radar was on point and we were up 35-22 at the half.Heatherton came out hard in 3rd and cut the lead to 8.Half way thru last scores equal,but Heatherton drew away to win 54-51.more

U19 Game Summary Hallam 4/6

We expected a tough game from Hallam.The first term was even with 2 goals each.We continued in terrible conditions to half time holdong a 4pt lead.The third term was our best increasing lead to 21pts. Our Last quarter we ran out comfortable winners. Great games by Brad,Joseph,Connor.more

Games this week 4.June.16

All Doggies teams are at HOME this week
U19s v Hallam 9-45am
Reserves v St.Kilda City 12 noon
Seniors v St.Kilda City 2-15pmmore

Seniors: Sponsored by OnePaper: 28.May 16

Up against Cheltenham,who always pose a test at their ground.We had Wilson returning and we held 14 point advantage at quartertime.We lost focus in the 2nd and Chelt used their talls well and we led by ony 5pts at half.Harry Hunt was injured in 3rd and taken to hospital.Our Coach asked team to lift and we went on for a good win.Verlin,Shannon,Young in best.more

Reserves: Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supply 28.May.16

We went into this match undermanned and then lost Fred,being needed in the senior team at late notice, Easty with a hamstring and Chris Vail with an ankle. We started brightly and Jordan Lloyd scored 2 quick goals then Cheltenham scored 4-1 to our 3 behinds to hold a 10 point margin.The second half saw Cheltenham run away with game as our Players tired with no bench.Pirovano,Hay,Hogan were in bestmore

U19 sponsored by Bentleigh RSL: 28.May 16

Doggies and Hampton were Two undefeated teams,close to full strength were battling for top spot. We started well with 2 in the first,one in second to Hamptons nil and two, giving us a 6 point lead at half time.We played our best football in the premiership quarter but Hamptostn were equal to the task and at 3/4 time Draw.Hampton outplayed us to score 4-2 to 0-2, for a 4 goal victory in lastmore

Netball: Sponsored by JBS Hospitaliy 28.May 16

Our netballers took on Carrum/Patterson Lakes on a wet and cold day.The girls came out firing and first term saw the Doggies double CPL's score.CPL came at us in the second term but solid defence saw us with a 4 goal lead at the long break.Doggies ran away in the second half to win 44 to 19.more

Netball Game 28/5/16

Netballers are away at Carrum Patterson Lakes at 1-20pmmore

Games this week 28/5/16

Doggies are all Away this week

U19s at Hampton 9-45am

Reserves at Cheltenham 12 noon

Seniors at Cheltenham 2-15pmmore

Social News

Don't miss our May 28th Cocktail Night at Half Moon Bay Hotel Central Room.Tickets $30.00 via the websitemore

U19 v Highett : Sponsored by Bentleigh RSL

We started against a slight breeze at Highett and played as instructed. Apart from some wayward kicking from Cookie we had 6 unanswered goals at the first break then added another 6 goals by the break.2nd half we kicked away.Cookie with 7,Brad and Krema 5,Connor and Josh 3.Overall our biggest win of the season.more

Netball v Mordy : Sponsored by JBS Hospitality

We faced Mordialloc tied with us in 2nd place.The first term did not go our way down 8-2 before improving to be 2 goals down at the break. The wind made passing,shooting difficult.We fell away to a 5 goal deficit at half time and in the end we went down by 4 goals.Grace Healey and Ann Cooper were again our best performers. We all wish Ann the best in her Interleague gamemore

Reserves v E.Malvern : Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supply

The wind was blowing a gale as we played the 2nd placed E.Ma;vern.We had big BJ returning and it did not take him long to get a goal.At the half we trailled by 18 pts.We improved in the second half but we could not close the gap.A great leap by small forward Dylan Kelly high over the pack a highight.Our mid-field had a great day with Pirovano,Hay,B.James,Lloyd,Hogan,Fred,Dino,O'Brien in Best.more

Seniors v E.Malvern : Sponsored by One Paper

After a great win last week,we started slowly.Most of the play was to the end assisted by the strong wind.We only managed 1 goal by Matt Brown and were 7pts down at half time.Second half showed the difference between the teams,East Malvern scoring 5-9 to our 4-2.Our best were Cal and Josh. We have a bit to think about over the bye.more

Games for this weekend 14/5/16

Seniors AWAY at East Malvern 2-15pm
Reserves AWAY at East Malvern 12 noon
U19s AWAY at Highett 9-45ammore

Doggies Ball on Saturday 28.May

Fancy a Cocktail !!
Dress to Impress
Doggies Ball at the HALF MOON . 120 Church Street Brighton
from 7pm til late
Cost $30- (including entrance and finger food)
Drinks at bar pricesmore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper Game Summary 07/05

We last played the Bloods in the 2015 Elimination final,they were too good on that day.With Our young side the tipsters were against us.Our first half was excellent,holding Mordialloc goaless.Hunt,Knox, Hutchinson and McIntyre repelled all advances and Cal Cathcart great in midfield.Our team tackling keeps improving in the win.Harry Hunt pipped Justin Berry for BOG and Will Clarke in best.more

Reserves: Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supply

On a windy day and having had a few injuries last week, we were bolstered by a full squad.But our hopes of a first win were thwarted by poor execution.We started slowly,did not take advantage of the breeze, and ended up chasing our tails most of the day and could not close the gap. Fred, Hoges and Az Hay all played well and Easty, Lochy Carracher, Dylan Kelly, Jack Hanley trying hardmore

Under 19’s - Sponsored by the Bentleigh RSL

U19s came up against Endeavour Hills and our first quarter was played with great determination.Karl dominating ball-ups in our midfield. We had a 38 point lead at half time.In 2nd half Ash Becker's accuracy and Conner Byrne's great play saw us with a 17 point win. Although as a team we will need to play the full 4 quarters to defeat the best teams.more

Netball Summary vs Bentleigh 7/5/16

It was great to see all the girls wearing a touch of pink for Pink round and Breast Cancer awareness.The Doggies were up for the challenge against Bentleigh.An impressive first quarter saw us jump away to a 12 - 3 lead,Eliza Barnes in hot form.Second half our superior fitness kicked in and Ann Cooper was everywhere.41-24 win for the Doggies.Ann also selected for SFL Interleague team.more

Game Times this week (7/5)

Seniors HOME at 2-15pm vs Mordialloc
Reserves HOME at 12 noon vs Mordialloc
U19s HOME at 9-45am vs Endeavour Hillsmore

Social News

Superlative work by Maggie, Trish and their team in the canteen - players and spectators appreciate this effort. The BBQ was well manned by Mick Gilmour, Alby, Steven King (Irish) and Phil Abourizk - good work boys! Mick Dawes as always great behind the barmore

SENIORS– Sponsored by One Paper Game Summary 30/4

On a blustery day our experienced players were prominent into the wind with a 6 goal first quarter,Nick Shannon the focus of our attack.Poor kicking for goal undid the great work of Cal, Harley and our on-ballers in the second term.Great to see first game ruckman Clark giving us drive and Hunt,Munday bolstering defence.Recruits Berry and Verlin did well in a big win.more

RESERVES.Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies Game Summary 30/4

Up against the merged East Brighton/Bentleigh outfit with Dimmatina and Robertson topping up, it was always going to be hard.Our boys fought on well though down to 17 players in the latter stages. On the brighter side, great to see Trav LaPlaces back having a run and the youngsters Dino and Fred prominent. With injured players returning over the next few weeks we should improve.more

Under 19’s. Sponsored by the Bentleigh RSL Game Summary 30/4

Superbly led by Ash Becker our youngsters demolished CPL.Our heavy scorers put on a clinical display, and Karl Abourizk, filling in for Will in the ruck, gave our small men every
chance to feed Ryan Kreymborg and James Cooke. Looking to tougher tests aheadmore

Netballers Game summary from 30.Apl

The Doggies took on Dingley in round 3 with a full strength team ready for a tight tussle.Both teams played tough in windy conditions.Grace Healey,Eliza Barnes combined well to create scoring.Unfortunately Grace injured her ankle at 1/2.Ann Cooper and Jenny Walsh played well but we failed to catch Dingley.Megan Geschke was JBS Hospitality Best Playermore

Game times for this week (30/4/16)

Seniors at Home to E.Brighton at 1-45pm
Reserves at Home to E.Bright/Bent at 11-30am
U19s Away Carrum Patterson Lakes at 9-45ammore

St Paul's Needs Volunteers

With our season now underway the place is buzzing with expectation.
But as usual there are never enough people around to help and we are looking for Volunteers to come onboard and also share in the success the club will achieve this year. So please contact Mike Lloyd (President) or myself (Michael Hogan) if you are interested in helping.
Looking forward to a great year.more

Social News

It was great to see Daryl Harris at the game on the weekend, looking as chirpy as ever and letting me know in no uncertain terms what am I going to do about this terrible loss. Congratulations to young Jamie Sziller for been selected to play at Chargers last week Thank you to Trish Herbstreit for the sandwiches for the boys after the game. She is a super woman.more

Netballers

The girls’ fresh off their Div. 2 lighting premiership made a great start in round 1 with a convincing 58-21 win over St. Kilda City, with Grace Healey shooting 16 first quarter goals. Mikayla Hayes was fantastic with her passing giving the shooters plenty of opportunities.
Catherine Walsh was impressive and Caitlin Lewis and Ann Cooper were great in defence.Grace Healey was our best with 44 goalsmore

Under 19’s - Sponsored by the Bentleigh RSL

Another great effort by the boys. Wayne is really showing his coaching skills now that he has a full list to pick from. The boys kicked 6 goals in every quarter and didn’t give a determined Bentleigh a chance to get back into the gamemore

RESERVES – Sponsored by Ormond Fruit Supplies

It seems the more players we have the greater the loosing margin. Notwithstanding we have played two great teams, we can do better. Our fitness has to improve and more importantly so does our commitment. We’re all new it will take some time but if we do those 2 things we will do well.It’s great to see some famous old names coming back into the club (still, Carracher, Kreymborg, Lloyd,)more

SENIORS v Bentleigh rnd 2– Sponsored by One Paper

In importance this game doesn’t get any bigger,it’s a rivalry that has been going on for decades. Were keen to bounce back from last week’s thrashing and give a good account of ourselves in front of a great crowd. It was a dour struggle all day against a very talented and fit Bentleigh and up until the last few minutes of the last quarter the game was not beyond us.Our turnovers killed us.more

Round 2 vs Bentleigh Away

St.Paul's play Bentleigh (Arthur Street) Away this week
U19's 9-30 am
Reserves 12 noon
Seniors 2-15pm
We look forward to seeing all our supporters at the local derbymore

St Paul's season launch Wednesday Night 6.April at 'The Deck'

St Paul's season launch will be held at 'The Deck' 212 Bay Street
starting at 7pm. All Sponsors are welcome.more

St Paul's Season kicks off this weekend 9 and 10.April

St Paul's Season kicks off this weekend
Reserves play Away on Saturday 9.April at Dingley
starting 12noon.
On Sunday 10.April at Sandringham VFL ground the
U19s start at 11-15am and
Seniors begin at 1-30pm
Hope to see you theremore

Training changes to Tuesday ,Thursday from 29.Mar

We are back to training on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 29.March at home ground.more

Bare-foot Bowls Night Friday 18.March

"Bare-foot Bowls" is back
After a great night last year, Pearo has organised another night on
Friday, 18.March starting at 6-30pm at Mackie Road,Bentleigh Bowls Club
All Players, Coaches and any supporters are welcome to come along.
There will be plenty of liquid refreshments available at the Bowls club bar. Don't miss a great nightmore

Preseason Practice Game vs Shepparton Swans on 2.April

Doggies are playing Shepparton Swans on Saturday 2.April.2016 Away at
Shepparton.Princess Park, Quanine Parade.
Club Phone: (03) 5821 2525
Club Email: sheppartonswans@mcmedia.com.au
President: Kevin Preece 0427 356 528more

President-Michael Lloyd's Christmas Message

At the recent Annual General Meeting I had the honour of being elected President of our club for 2016 and replacing Ken Shaw who we must congratulate for his generous and dedicated service to St Paul’s over the last 18 years as President. He has done an outstanding job in steering this club and we wish him the very best for the future and look forward to seeing him at the club imore

Preseason Training restarts Monday 18.Jan,2016

Players a Christmas Training Program has been placed on our Facebook page to hekp you keep fit over next few weeks.
We will see you all back on Monday 18.Jan.2015 at McKinnon Oval, 6pm
Have a merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Yearmore

AGM on Wednesday 16.Dec at McKinnon Rooms

AGM will take place after preseason training session on Wednesday 16.Dec.Come and meet Players and Coaches as well hear Plans for 2016.Please let Secretary (Maggie Dawes) know Any Matters for Attention.All Executive Committee Positions will also be made open for Nominations.more

Preseason starts Monday 23.Nov at McKinnon Oval

Pre-season Training Starts on Monday, 23.November at McKinnon Oval beginning 6pm.Followed by Wednesday's at same time.Bring along your Runners.We will be getting the footy's out early.Please pass on details to your friends. All new players welcome to come alongmore

Richard Houston new Coach for 2016

We are pleased to announce our new coach for 2016 will be Richard Houston.Richard has previously coached in Southern League and has won several premierships over the years.We are also glad to have 'Trigger' Rohan Best onboard as Assistant Coach for the Seniors helping Richard.
All looks good for another exciting yearmore

Congrats League B&F Liam Wilson and Matt Browne

It was a great night on Friday when Liam Wilson drew as Premier Division League Best and Fairest and Matt Browne won U19 League Best and Fairestmore

Best and Fairest Winners 2015

It was a great evening at the Bentleigh Club for this years Presentation Night. President Kenny Shaw congratulated all winners on their achievement.
In the Seniors Doggies Legend "Liam Wilson win B&F.
Reserves was won by "Jack Kreymborg"
U19s was won by "Matt Brown"more

St Pauls Presentation Night 25.Sept at Bentleigh Club

Its been a challenging and rewarding year at St Pauls in 2015.
It is important we all get together, Players, Supporters, Sponsors and Family members to celebrate and congratulate award winners for their efforts in 2015 at the Bentleigh Club on Friday 25.Sept starting at
7-30pm costing $80per head. Contact Maggie Dawes for ticketsmore

Seniors in Finals at Springvale on Sunday 30.Aug at 2-15pm

After a hard start to the year the Players have fought back and gained 4th place on the ladder. 1st final against Mordialloc will be at Springvale Reserve on Sunday 30.Aug at 2-15.more

Seniors vs Bentleigh rnd 18

It was the local Derby and a big crowd was present.1st half saw Bentleigh jump away and use the home ground advantage to lock the Doggies out. Half time saw Billy fireup the team and Allan move forward to kick 3 and the back 6 lead by Knox take control.Rucks Kitchin and Halliday gave Wilson,Ambrose first use and Doggies kicked way to win by 28pts. Seniors finishing 4th on ladder and in finals.more

Reserves vs Bentleigh rnd 18

It had been a struggle all year to get a team on the field. This week we had just 18 available. Unfortunately we lost a couple with injury by half time and Bentleigh were on top by 9 goals. To the players credit they bravely fought out the game going down by 20 goals in the end.Kreymborg best afield and Constantinou good with 2 goals. Go Doggy Seniors in finals .more

u19s vs Bentleigh rnd 18

The Boys were away for a must win game to make the finals. Conditions were good and Wayne had fired up the team to play well. First half saw Bentleigh with a lead of 13pts. But the game was evenly posed. 2nd half was a great battle with both teams pressing hard. The last few minutes were very exiting , with Bentleigh holding on to a 4pt win. Congrats to Wayne,Gary and the team on a good year.more

U19s vs Carrum rnd 17

It was an important game for 19s and a win required to stay in contention for finals. First half saw Doggies up by 4pts in a tight contest. Walsh good down back.Jenkin boys and Cooke winning plenty of contested ball. Doggies running away in 2nd half scoring 20 goals to One.Brown and Cook scored 5 each and S.Van Oursouw best.more

Seniors vs Chelsea Heights rnd 17

We had Ridgeway,McIntyre out and we needed to win to stay in contention for 3 spot. Fist half was all Doggies leadng by 7 goals at half time. Mid field Wilson,Gilder,C Herbstriet well ontop.Peet blitzing off back and Dawes dangerous forward.Doggies running away with win by 16 goals.We unfortunately lost Steet with a head knock off to hospital. Best Peet,with Wilson,Dawes,Herbstriet,Gilder good.more

Reserves vs Chelsea Heights rnd 17

Unfortunately there were a few players unavailable and we started with 17 and we lost one player to injury in 1st qtr. At the half we were down by 8pts and doing a great job. Lloyd dangerous forward and Kreymborg a welcome return down back. We lost Jaz Kay to a hammy in 3rd and struggled to maintain momentum with Chelsea winning by 6pts. Lloyd 4 goals best, Kreymborg, Constaninou, Vail all good.more

$2000 Draw on Saturday 15.August 2015 at 6pm

Saturday the 15.August is the $2000 Draw at Club rooms
$30 a ticket
Food Provided
Time from 6pm to 10pmmore

Seniors vs Cheltenham rnd 16

Coming off a good win against Dingley the Players had a great few weeks.Matt Herbstriet was out with soreness and the team welcomed u19 Anthony Locandro. Chelt started well and were up by 8 pts at the half.Our boys were fighting hard lead by the young brigade James Sziller,Locandro, Herbstriet,Bragagnolo and won 2nd half. Doggies winning by 16 pts. Best Sziller with Kitchin and Wilson.more

Reserves vs Cheltenham rnd 16

There were a few players returning this week with Kitchin, Lloyd and Kay all returning. Cheltenham were looking to consolidate their finals spot.First half saw Cheltenham jump to a 4 goal lead. Although Muldoon, Kay and Carracher were winning alot of ball. 2nd half Doggies outscored Chelt but could not close gap. Chelt winning by 4 goals. Muldoon best with Kay,Carracher playing well.Lloyd with 3.more

Senior Coaching Position for 2016

The St.Pauls Football and Netball Club seeks expressions of interest for suitably qualified Applicants for Senior Coach, Reserves Coach (Playing or Non-Playing) and Colts Coach U19 for 2016.
All Applications will be kept confidential and should be lodged by Monday 4.October.2015 to Peter Mercoulia at email peter@merkon.com.aumore

Seniors vs Dingley rnd 15

It was an important day at the Doggies with the annual “Matty Rohjan Day”. A large crowd of supporters were gathered and the Doggies were looking for a win after their first round loss to Dingley. First half saw the Doggies with a 9-point lead. The mid field of Wilson, Gilder and Herbstreit were well on top; Mercoulia in good form with a 3 goals first half and Sziller applying plenty of forwmore

Reserves vs Dingley rnd 15

It was always going to be a tough game with Dingley sitting top of the ladder. Our boys worked hard in the first half but could not get a goal on the board with Dingley up by 10 goals at the half time break. Muldoon getting plenty of the ball in the mid field and Steet rebounding the ball off half back. In the second half, Dingley jumped away to win comfortably with Doggies scoring a couple ofmore

Netballers rnd 15

It was not a good week for our Netballers
Div 1 team went down to Keysborough 10 - 0
Div 2 team went down to Caulfield 10 - 0more

U19s vs Dingley rnd 15

In a carbon copy of our first meeting, we again allowed Dingley the freedom in the first half to run, link up and score. At the break Dingley led 8 goals to 2 goals. In the second half we lifted our intensity and applied more pressure all around the ground. Though we created more opportunities going forward we couldn’t hurt Dingley on the scoreboard. Both defences held firm resulting in no goalsmore

Seniors vs Mordialloc rnd 14

It was an important game for the Doggies to consolidate their top five. Conditions were tough with a strong wind. Unfortunately Jaz Allan and Harley Ambrose were out; this gave Carl Herbstreit and James Bragagnolo their opportunity. First half saw the Doggies with the lead by five goals. The midfield of Brad Gilder, Liam Wilson, Matt Herbstreit and Nic Halliday with Tim Tyler in the ruck were wellmore

Seniors rnd 13 vs St.Kilda City

The Sun was shining at St Kilda City as sides ran onto the ground. Doggies were going for 5 out of 6 games and the team was looking in pretty good form. First half saw Harry Hunt on fire up front with 3 goals and Harley Ambrose tearing up the mid field. Doggies up by 8 goals at the half. “Billy” told the boys not to get complacent and keep up the pressure. Second half was a tribute to our resolutemore

Reserves rnd 13 vs St Kilda City

Unfortunately there were a few late withdrawals from the side, but the mighty Under 19’s came to the rescue. St Kilda City was second on the ladder and it was looking to be a tough game. At half time Doggies
trailed by 3 goals, with Carl Herbstreit and Taylor Mancal kicking a couple each. Second half saw St Kilda City apply the pressure, but our back half with Bobby and Ben Carracher standing stmore

u19s rnd 13 vs St.Kilda City

This game was going to be a good indication of where u19s stood. The first quarter was an even affair with both sides kicking two goals. The second quarter saw St Kilda City out muscle the Doggies kicking the next 6 goals for the quarter. City never let up in the second half, kicking 10 goals to Doggies 3 goals. It could have been worse if not for the efforts of our backs, especially Sean Herbstremore

Netballers rnd 13

Our netball girls travelled to the Peanut Farm Reserve as guests of St Kilda City. Unfortunately the Division 1 team, despite a gallant effort and without the usual crew, could not hold off St Kilda City, who ran out with the game by about 5 goals. However, our Division 3 team had a ‘sensational’ day. They were in fine form, coming away with a win; the score was 50 to 48. It was a great team efformore

Netballers rnd 12

Div 1 vs Bentleigh and Div 3 vs Blackrock
Unfortunately Both teams went down.
Div 1 team just outside 4 in fifth spot and Div 3 in ninthmore

U19s vs East Brighton rnd 12

It was a typical winters morning and a spot in the five up for grabs against East Brighton. Doggies gained control early and was rewarded with 8 goals and keeping East Brighton to 1 at the half. With the boys up and about a good finish was important especially with percentage possibly deciding who plays finals. Our intensity and ball use stood out and saw us kick 9 goals to their 4 goals in 2nd hmore

Reserves vs East Brighton rnd 12

The weather was threatening as the game started. It was great to see Taylor Irish make his comeback after a few weeks off with a leg injury. At the half East Brighton lead by a couple of goals and the game was evenly posed. The 2nd half saw the bad weather arrive and East Brighton skip away to win comfortably by 57 points. The Carracher brothers were again good in defence and Taylor Irish kickingmore

Seniors vs, East Brighton rnd 12

The rain had passed and the weather had settled as players ran on the ground. It was good to see Peter McEvoy back in the team, although losing Ryan Kitchin with soreness. First half saw Doggies jump out of the blocks and in front by nearly 6 goals, thanks to the impressive work of Liam Wilson and the other on ball team of Matt Herbstreit, Brad Gilder and rucks Tim Tyler and Nick Halliday. Billy amore

Netballers rnd 11 vs Keysborough and Cheltenham

Netballers had a hard week with a couple of loses:
Div 1 losing to Keysborough 36-63
Div 3 losing to Cheltenham 36-17more

u19s rnd 11 Oakleigh Districts

It was 6th vs 7th each side desperate for a win to keep in touch with 5. Kyle Simon in the ruck again getting first use to Victor Jenkins and at half time Oakleigh only lead by 5 points. But we were left with only 2 on bench, with Ryan Kreymborg taken to hospital. Ben Lindsay and Tim Walsh were giving us plenty of run and at the siren we had a 4 point win. One of the best Victor Jenkins with 6 gomore

Seniors rnd 11 vs Clayton

It was an important game for the seniors to consolidate their position in five. Clayton jumped out strongly and at the long break lead by 3 goals. 2nd half saw a great and scores were close.
With only a minute to go Clayton gained a break from the centre and were awarded a 50 penalty and goaled to win by 1 pt. Liam Wilson again best and Travis Ridgway kicking 3more

Reserves rnd 11 vs Clayton

The team had shown a lot of improvement in the last few weeks and were confident going into the game. We also had Tim Tyler and Jaz Kay returning. First half was a tight contest with both sides having a red hot go. Doggies trailed by 3 points at the break. 2nd half saw Clayton kick ahead winners by 60pts.Tim Tyler,Jaz Kay and James Bragagnolo best.more

Netballers rnd 10

Both Teams had a tough week losing to Dingley :
Div 1 80-33
Div 3 63-21more

U19s rnd 10

We welcomed back Victor Jenkins from injury and saw Matt Brown and James Sziller promoted to the seniors. We started well with our mids, especially Ryan and Dino winning plenty of the football For all the play we had a 3 goal lead into break. 2nd half was a mirror of the 1st with our boys controlling large parts of the game and we held out for a 5 point win.more

Reserves vs East Malvern rnd 10

After a good win in previous week the Reserves were looking to consolidate their winning form. Unfortunately after a few late withdrawals the team was left with only a couple on the bench. Then two bad finger dislocations meant we had just 18 on the ground for the last half. To the players credit they battled on to finally lose by 7 goals. James Bragagnolo and Sam Mercuri best afield.more

Seniors vs East Malvern rnd 10

It was the debut game for James Sziller and Matt Brown from our U19’s. Matt Kreymborg and Harry Hunt also returned from VFL/TAC. The senior side was starting to show some good
Doggies had a solid start and led by over 4 goals at the long break. The 2nd half Doggies pull away. Trav Ridgway continued his goal kicking form with 5, while Liam Wilson gave a master class in footy with a best fieldmore

Matt Rojahn Day is on 1.August

Matt Rojahn Day is on Saturday 1.August
vs Dingley at Home
All inclusive Food, Beer and Wine
$40- Ladies and Men $50-more

Ladies Day 25.July

St Pauls Ladies Day
25th of July
Start organising your Tablesmore

Netballers rnd 9

Netballers - Div 1 vs Heatherton - Div 3 vs Keysborough
Both teams went down this week. Div 1 losing (33 to 51) and Div 3 losing (33 to 38). Better luck next week.more

U19’s vs Hallam Rnd 9

It was an important game we needed to win. First half saw big Kyle in the ruck doing well and Browny winning plenty of ball. At the half we were 2 goals in front. The second half started with our 3 early goals. The pressure applied to the Hallam boys didn’t allow them back into the game. We went on to win by 11 goals. James Sziller finished with 4more

Reserves vs Chelsea Heights Rnd 9

It was great to see Christian McCarthy make his comeback. Coming back after the break all players were fit and well and showing plenty of enthusiasm for the game. Doggies running away winners by 7 goals. Mitch Hurey kicked 4 goals and both the Carrachers best on ground down back.more

Seniors vs Chelsea Heights Rnd 9

Coming back from the break the Seniors needed to consolidate their winning form. Ryan Kitchin made a welcome return to the team. Doggies started strongly with a 3 goal lead at the half. Trav Ridgway went on to kick 6 goals in a best on ground performance. Doggies winners by 6 goals and into top 5 spot on the ladder.more

Netballers vs Bentleigh Div 1 and Div 3 vs Heatherton

Our Div 1 girls lost 47 to 23. The Div 3 girls also lost 25-51. We are looking forward to turning it around next week with winsmore

U19s rnd 8 vs Hampton

Under 19’s - Sponsored by the Bentleigh RSL
In what proved to be one of the better games of the year, the U19’s boys unfortunately went down by 8points. The boys played a strong first three quarters, but Unfortunately in the last quarter we could not capitalise and the missed shots on goal that proved costly.more

Reserves vs Bentleigh

RESERVES – Sponsored by Remezzo’s Restaurant
It was the first time for the year that the reserves had a full team available. Unfortunately the boys were slow out of the blocks with a few players still a bit rusty after long layoffs. Bentleigh started well and maintained pressure. To our boys credit they fought on but in the end lost by 9 goals. Although it was great it see so many players returnmore

Seniors Rnd 8 Bentleigh

SENIORS - Sponsored by JBS Hospitality Group
It was the local community derby against our arch rivals Bentleigh. The crowd was large and the supporter calls echoed across the ground at the first bounce. At the half it had been a tight contest.After break we pushed ahead for a great 3 goal win and put the team in a good position leading into game against Chelsea in 2 weeks time.more

Next Social Event on 20.June.2015

Social Our next social event is the 70’s Night on Sat 20th June at the clubrooms. We look forward to seeing who can be the most creative. No costume, no entry. Come and support the club and have a great night. Entry is $10 per head (DJ entertainment). Drinks at bar pricesmore

Netballers vs St.Kilda City and Carrum

the Girls had a great win over St. Kilda City, playing cohesive netball, a good team game and accurate goal shooting. According to Barb there were no stand out players. Div3 - although we didn’t come home with the win against Carrum, the girls kept their heads up and we were once again on minimal players. Star players this week are Julia Hruz and Jackie Ring. Jackie was sensational in defence andmore

U19s vs Dingley Rnd 7

Under 19’S - Sponsored By The Bentleigh RSL The boys played hard, committed footy against an undefeated Dingley and even managed to win the last quarter. The Doggies stand in coach was full of praise of his team’s defensive effort and although undermanned the boys never gave up. James Sziller was the stand out for the Doggies.more

Reserves vs Dingley Rnd 7

Reserves – Sponsored By Ormond Fruit Supplies The boys were undermanned again this week and injuries again played a big part in the second half .We finished with no bench. To the boys credit they never give up and I’m sure when we get our players back we will be a much better sidemore

Netballers

NETBALL Division 2 St. Paul’s netball side had a difficult game this week. With only 6
players, the team put up a great fight, putting in 100 percent until the end. Emily Ryde played a fantastic game in defence, and Julia Hruz was a leading player in the mid courtmore

Reserves vs Cheltenham rnd 6

RESERVES – Sponsored by Remezzo’s Restaurant The boys were undermanned again this week and injuries again played a big part in the second half as again we finished with no bench. To the boys credit they never give up and I’m sure when we get our players back we will be a much better side. Under 19’s - Sponsored by the Bentleigh RSL The boys played well against an undermanned Highett side and rmore

Seniors vs Cheltenham Rnd 6

ST PAULS SENIORS – Sponsored by JBS Hospitality Group We got a few players back from injury and the side being settled was keen to improve on the last couple of week’s outcome. Our first quarter was dogged one and holding a very committed Cheltenham side to only one gaol. We had most of the play in the second but some very costly misses didn’t allow us to drive home our advantage. We fell asleep fmore

Netballers vs St.Kilda

Both teams put up a good fight against St.Kilda but unfortunately we didn’t come out on top.
Amelia Mercoulia was outstanding again as was Emely Ryde producing countless turnovers and providing continual pressuremore

U19s vs Hallam Rnd 5

The boys ventured to Hallam and although undermanned gave a good account of themselves. They were very competitive up to the long break and as is usual tiredness set in and the score line blew out. Mattie Brown and James Cook tried their hardest as they do every week.
Fellas, we have good players get together and you will win games.more

Reserves vs Mordialloc Rnd 5

The boys were short a few players due to injury and unavailability, however the players helped by some new recruits were very competitive up to the long break. A very fit and well drilled Mordialloc side ran over us in the second half, but the boys’ credit they never gave up. Our international contingent of Sankey from Sudan and Max Pie from the UK were outstanding and when they learn Aussie Rulesmore

Seniors vs Mordialloc Rnd 5

After last week’s narrow loss the boys were keen to make amends and started the first quarter pretty well kicking against the wind, due to some silly errors we were not able to capitalise our advantage in the second. Harley and Trav were outstanding and our running and endeavour from our young players was fantastic to watch. We had plenty of opportunities to win in the second half but our skill ermore

Social Calendar of Events (continued) 2015

Saturday 25th July Ladies Day: Held at the clubrooms: All girlfriends, friends, wife's and parents welcome!
Saturday August 1st Matt Rojan Day: Held at clubrooms:Day for past players and current players
August: $2000 DRAW..... T.B.A on a Sunday : venue TBC : 2pm Startmore

Social Calendar of Events 2015

Saturday 2nd May: Club Night: held at Bar 9t4 (94 swan street richmond) Starts at 7.30pm
Saturday 20th Junee: 70's Night : at Clubrooms, starts at 7pm, everyone must dress up
Saturday 4th July : Players Review: Held at the Deck in Brighton, a ticketed event, $80 all inclusive from 7pm-12am . MUST BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCEmore

Netballers vs Blackrock and Hampton

Netballers V Blackrock
In probably our best shining light for this great club both girls teams had great wins. The div 1 girls helped by Cell, Alison Ferguson and Megan Henry defeated Chelsea Heights 35-30 and the Div2 led by Amelia Mercoulia, Claire Stratton and Eliza Barnes defeated Hampton 34-10. Well done Girls!!more

Rnd One U19s vs Hampton

Under 19’s V Hampton - Sponsored by the Bentleigh RSL
The U19’s were in unfamiliar territory by having 4 people on the bench and although we had control of the game our lack of scoreboard pressure cost us in the end and easy rebound goals allowed Hampton to run over us in the end. Our best players were Jimmy Sziller, Saxon Anthony and the Endeavour of James Cook. Thank you to the U17 boys thatmore

Rnd One Reserves vs East Malvern

RESERVES – Sponsored by Remezzo’s Restaurant
We started well in the first quarter; with a sign of things to come a fit East Malvern side slowly took control of the game, but the boys although undermanned didn’t give up at any stage. Jack Kreymborg and Jordy Lloyd were our tireless and Dan Kitchin and Cam James accurate up forward. One of the pleasing aspects of the game was how strongly we finishmore

Round One Seniors vs East Malvern 2015

SENIORS – Sponsored by JBS Hospitality Group
The boys started off well, but were not able to convert on the scoreboard. With most of the forward line missing it was going to be hard. East Malvern was leading us to the ball and made the most of their opportunities. It didn’t get any better for the rest of the game as we seemed to be undermanned in most positions. Shining lights was the game was omore

First Game vs East Malvern on 11.April at DW Lucas Reserve

The Players are primed and ready to go against East Malvern on 11.April at DW Lucas Reserve , Dunlop Street East Malvernmore

Support Ryan Smith at 'Voltsmith Electrical"

Ryan is a player at our club has an electrical business that can offer great prices and expert work - please contact him on 0402 043 063more

Barefoot Bowls on Friday 13.March at Coatesville

Barefoot Bowls Night at Coatesville (on Mackie Road) starting from
6-30PM
All Players , Sponsors and Supporters Welcomemore

Sponsors Night 26.March at The Deck Brighton

Dear St. Pauls Family,

A new year is upon us and the Southern Football and Netball League Division One 2015 season is not far away.

Firstly I would like to thank you all for supporting us during the 2014 season.

Without your support the St. Pauls FNC would not be able to meet its financial obligations for the season and over eighty football and netball players would be without a communitymore

Practice Matches 2015

There are two practice matches:
First against Seaford on the 21st of March at Seaford
Second practice match against StKilda City on the 29th of March at the Peanut Farm
Both practice matches include seniors, reserves, U19s and netball.more

Training Changes to Tuesday & Thursday from 10.March

TRAINING TUESDAY (10/3/15) & THURSDAY (12/3/15)

As from next week training will now be on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Mckinnion Oval - starting from 6pmmore

Training Mon the 22 and Wed the 25 Feb at Mckinnon

Training this week is at McKinnon Ground at 6pm
on Monday and Wednesdaymore

Preseason Camp at Inverlock on 21-22. Feb

Lock in the weekend of Feb 21-22 for our Pre-Season training camp in Inverlochmore

Training 2.Feb and 4.Feb at McKInnon Reserve

Training this week is Monday and Wednesday @ 6pm McKinnon Reservemore

St Pauls Golf Day Sunday 1.March 2015

St.Pauls Golf Day for Players, Sponsors and Supporters
on Sunday 1.March at Keysborough Golf Club - playing Ambrose (4 ball best ball)

Make sure you put the date your diary and starting putting together
your 4 person team for the day

To lodge your team contact Darren Blenkinsopmore

Preseason Training Sessions for January 2015

Solid sessions this week on 19/1 and 21/1
Good vibes all round
Training next week:
WED 28 JAN 6pm @ McKinnon Reserve
FRI 30 JAN 6pm @ StarFitness
(24 Arco Lane, Heatherton- off Warrigal Rd)more

Post Christmas Training Starts Monday 19.Jan.2015

Post Christmas Pre-season Training Starts on Monday 19.Jan.2015

Venue - McKinnon oval arrive at ground at 5.45pm.. Start at 6pmmore

Preseason starts Monday 8.Dec

Pre-season - Training dates
Venue - McKinnon oval arrive at ground at 5.45pm.. Start at 6pm
Monday December 8
Wednesday Dec 10
Monday Dec 15
Wednesday Dec 17more

Annual General Meeting is Wednesday 17.Dec

The St Pauls Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday December 17 at the club after training. There will be a BBQ from 7:30pm to kick things off.

Behind the scenes Billy has been working hard having already secured several exciting new recruits. So to all of our supporters, get along to the AGM, meet the new players and help us to launch into 2015.more

Matty Rojahn Day a success, but on field dissapointment for Dogs

Read this weeks match report- St Pauls Vs Cheltenahmmore

Dingley too good for Doggies at Mckinnon

Read this weeks match report- St Pauls Vs Dingleymore

Heighters no match for determined Dogs

Read this weeks match report- St Pauls Vs Chelsea heightsmore

Four points for the Doggies after knocking off St.Kilda City

Read the round 2 match report- St Pauls Vs St.Kilda Citymore

Doggies fall short in round one hitout

Read the round one report- St Pauls Vs East Brightonmore

Xmas break conditioning program for players

Click here to read the St Pauls Xmas break conditioning programmore
Trav Ridgeway returns to the Doggies

Pre Season kicks off for the Doggies

After a successful 2013 campaign, preparation for season 2014 has begun with the commencement of pre season training. Click here to find out moremore

Notice of club AGM and special resolution

Notice of 2013 AGMmore

Message from new senior coach- Billy Dessent

A message from new senior coach Billy Dessent, including pre Christmas training schedule. Click here to read moremore

Mark Dessent appointed as senior coach of St Pauls

Club legend Mark Dessent has been appointed as coach of St Paul for season 2014. Click here to read moremore

St Pauls Senior Coach Applications

We are seeking a coach that can continue to drive our playing list onto further success whilst overseeing the development of our junior development programme. Click here for more detailsmore

Liam Wilson claims division 1 league B&F

St Pauls Liam Wilson claims 2013 SFL Div 1 B&F medal. Click to read more about the night.more

St Pauls win Reserve and Senior flags

St Pauls win Reserve and Senior flags to cap of a great year for the club. Read more heremore

Week 3 Finals- Get behind the Doggies

The Senior and Reserve sides both playing off this week for a spot in the 2013 Grand Final. Read more here.more

Skipper stars on SFL TV

See Skipper Kenton Hall talking about the week 2 finals match up against East Brighton.more

2013 Presentation Night

The 2013 Presentation night is almost upon us. Click here to find out more information on the night and how you can get involvedmore

Shadows Review- Finals Wk 2

See the Shadows Review of the Senior, Reserve and Colts matches from week 2 of the SFL Finalsmore

Shadows Review- Finals wk 1

See the Shadows Review of the Senior, Reserve and Colts matches from week one of the finalsmore

Shadows Review- Rnd 18 LJ Show comes to Highet

The Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matches from the weekendmore

Shadows Review- Rnd 17 Clays no match for Doggies

Shadows review of the Senior, Reserves, Colts and Netball matches from the weekendmore

Shadows Review- Rnd 16 Doggies train keeps rolling

See the Shadows review of the weeks Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matchesmore

Shadows Review- Rnd 15 Doggies knock off Dingos

See the Shadows review of this weeks Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matches.more

Wayne Herbstreit awarded Life Membership of Junior

Wayne Herbstreit was awarded life membership on Sunday night of the St Pauls McKinnon Junior Football Club. Read moremore

Shadows Review- Rnd 14: Under the powerlines

Read the Shadows review of this weeks Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matchesmore

Shadows Rewview- Rnd 13 Victory at Heights

See the Shadows review of this weeks Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matchesmore

Shadows Review- Rnd 12: Doggies knock off City

See the Shadows review of the weekends Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matchesmore

Shadows Review-Rnd 11;Doggies hit hurdle as Vampires take the points

See the Shadows review of the weekends Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matches.more

Shadows Review- Rnd 10- Doggies get it done at Heatherton

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball matches from the weekendmore

Shadows Review-Rnd 9- Tough slog at Clayton sees Doggies come out on top

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball sides matches from Round 9more

Shadows Review- Rnd 7: Doggies undefeated after round 7

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball sides matches from Round 7more

Shadows Review- Rnd 6; Another home win for fired up Dogs!

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball sides matches from Round 6more

Christmas In June

Christmas in June is on the horizon. Get along for what should be a fantastic night! Click for more detailsmore

Spotlight from the Shadows

The Shadow has been busy over the past few weeks taking a close look at some Doggies players. Click to find out moremore

Shadows Review- Rnd 5; Doggies fight off challenge from St.Kilda City

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball sides matches from Round 5more

Shadows Review- Rnd 4; Malvern go down to a strong St Pauls outfit

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball sides matches from Round 4more

Shadows Review- Rnd 3; Dogs big win at Mckinnon

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball sides matches from Round 3more

Shadows Review- Rnd 2; Vampires no match for Doggies

See the Shadows review of the Senior, Reserve, Colts and Netball sides matches from Round 2more

Shadows Review- Rnd 1; Ruthless Doggies get off to good start

See the Shadows review of the senior & reserve round 1 matches against Heathertonmore

St Pauls Vs Bonbeach A Grade – Practice Match Report

Our Netball girls took on Bonbeach in a practice match. Click to read the reportmore

Season Launch Function

Launch the 2013 season in style with the Doggies. Click for more detailsmore

St Pauls to kick off 2013 this weekend

St Pauls to take on Langwarrin in first practice match of 2013. Click for more detailsmore

Fox Footy Club Rewards

Existing Foxtel Subscribers can Support the St Pauls Doggies. Click here to find out moremore

St Pauls 2013 Merchandise

The St Pauls Football Club are selling 2013 merchandise. Click for more informationmore

Doggies tough it out in Inverloch

St Pauls players head to Inverloch for pre season training camp. Click here to read moremore

Important Dates

As 2013 fast approaches, click here to see important pre season dates for players and supportersmore

Funding announced for Doggies

Elizabeth Miller, State Member for Bentleigh attended the club’s annual general meeting in December to announce that the club would receive a grant. Click to read moremore

2012 Reserve Premiership DVD's

Relive Doggies reserves premiership on DVD. Click for more detailsmore

Doggies get back to business as pre season kicks off

The St Pauls footy club have returned to training after a decent break. Read about their first session back and find out training days and times.more

Doggies are on Facebook

Find out how to follow the Doggies on Facebookmore
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