Port Melbourne News

It's Flag Port as Borough make History

From the official VFL Website

Reported by Brendan Rhodes 

Port Melbourne outlasted Collingwood by 12 points to win its first rebel VFLW premiership in a thrilling Grand Final at ETU Stadium on Sunday.

In just their third VFLW season, Port added the rebel VFLW premiership to the 17 VFA/VFL cups in their bulging trophy cabinet in a game that went down to the wire.

Every Grand Final needs a hero, and the Borough had several.

Back to the Borough

Some of Port Melbourne's most passionate and dedicated supporters are putting together a great event on Saturday the 12th of August.  The event will feature speakers from across the decades and will be a great night. It should be a terrific event with a great local feel.

It's $50 and includes two drinks and a two course smorgasboard. 

 

Reported by 3AW Drive Radio

 

Port Melbourne’s 2011 premiership cup has been nicked.

And whether it was genuine theft, a joke, or misplaced – club officials are desperate to get it back.

They’ve put out a plea to the public.

Jen Pryor, the VFL club’s vice-president, spoke with Tom Elliott about it on Tuesday.

Click PLAY below to hear more on 3AW Drive

https://omny.fm/shows/drive-with-tom-elliott/jen-pryor-from-the-port-mel...

Borough Welcome Adcon as Ground Naming Rights Partner

The Port Melbourne Football Club is pleased to announce its ground naming rights partnership with Adcon Vic. North Port Oval will be known as Adcon Stadium for the 2019 VFL and AFL South-Eastern Division 1 Women’s season.

The Adcon Group of Companies are a National concrete structure company, who have recently established Adcon Vic in the Victorian market.

Port Melbourne 2019 coaching changes.

Retired Borough Champs Form 2019 Assistant Coaching Trio

They were each champions for Port Melbourne on the field, and now three of the club’s greatest ever will be hoping to make an impact together off the field.

 

Sam Dwyer, Shane Valenti and Robin Nahas have been confirmed by Head Coach Gary Ayres as the three-pronged assistant coaching team to aid Ayres in working with the 2019 crop of Borough players.

 

Pages