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Merry Christmas and a very happy new year!

I just wanted to wish everyone here whether posters (or lurkers) all the very best for Christmas and hope that 2023 is a very good year for you all.

In particular, I would like to say thanks to 'Robbo' for all his hard work on keeping this site ticking along.  His weekly fixture updates, ladder updates, and general news both on Frankston and the wider VFA/VFL competition is greatly appreciated.

Lets hope 2023 sees a real revival for this competition.

- David / NorthPort

2023 VFL Season Structure

2023 VFL Season structure has been announced here are the main points

Same 21 teams as this year - 22 rounds - 18 games - 4 games (Same as 2022)

Round 1 MARCH 25/26

Top 6 will automatically qualify for finals

Wildcard Round (August 26/27) - 7v10, 8v9 - 2 winners get remaining spots in the finals


It's Part 4 of my VFL off-season update, and G it's a big one, covering Geelong, Gold Coast and GWS. The biggest coaching move of all is covered here, with premiership mentor Mark Corrigan being lured home to the Cattery.


Frankston 2023

More patience will be needed for Dolphins supporters in 2023. Despite the club sending a video out last year of Danny Ryan banging on about how aggressive recruiting will be and talking finals, the club hasnt really come up with much. Minchin from Glenelg via Vermont, Seb Quirk who played 10 VFL games for GWS and Chayce Black  who was on Box Hill VFL list for 2 years but didnt get a game appear to be the best. 


Begley, Reidy, Newman, Arthurson, Fletcher, Hiscock, McKay, Murphy,