Panton Hill Football Club ‘the Redbacks’ launch their 2018 season on Saturday, March 24 with player auctions, jumper presentations for new recruits and a preview of the season ahead by President Andrew Mill and senior coach Steve Layt.
This year the Yarra Valley Pride Cup celebrates it’s 5th anniversary of diversity and inclusion for LGBTI people in local sport.
Recognisable from Alexandra Football/Netball Club as the 2017 A grade netball coach, Latoya Wards has moved to Kinglake for 2018 and will coach B grade netball and play in Kinglake’s A grade side.
Last Saturday saw the Kinglake Cricket Club travel to Hayes Park East in Thornbury for the last day of the North Metro Cricket Association’s E Grade ‘Sault Shield’ home and away fixture against Holy Trinity’s Third XI.
On Saturday, March 3 Holy Trinity’s Third XI completed their outright defeat of Kinglake’s First XI in the North Metro Cricket Association’s E Grade ‘Sault Shield’ as the Lakers followed on. The match is Kinglake’s last cricket match for summer 2017-18 with Kinglake not winning a match all season, only securing a draw and three
The Yea Tigers have registered an AFL Youth Girls’ Under 16 side to play in the Eastern Region Women’s Football Competition as part of the new South Eastern Women’s Football Collective.
Kinglake Football/Netball Club (KFNC) favourite Josh ‘Danger’ Nixon returns to KFNC for season 2018 after playing last year with Mernda Football Club in the Northern Football League (NFNL).
Holy Trinity 3rd XI won the toss and elected to bat first in Kinglake’s last match of season 2017-18 in the North Metro Cricket Association (NMCA) E Grade Sault Shield.
Round 13 of the North Metro Cricket Association (NMCA) was played over Saturday February 10 and 17. The Sault Shield game was contested between Kinglake’s First XI and Bundoora Park’’s Third XI at Kinglake Memorial Oval.
The Yea Football/Netball Club are hoping to form an AFLW Youth Girls’ team for the Yea Tigers in season 2018.