The Peninsula Raiders were established 1996 and in season 2016 will be celebrating our 21st Season of Superules Football. We are at Alexandra Park in Main Street, Mornington. We are the AFL Masters representative team on the Mornington Peninsula. We field teams in the Supers & Supers Reserves (both over 35s) and an over 45s team.
Pre-season training is on Wednesday evenings commencing at 6.30pm at Dallas Brooks Oval, Mornington and then usually from March we switch to The Raiderdome at Alexandra Park, Main Street, Mornington for the rest of the season. The boys storm the track at 6.30pm to around 8pm every Wednesday before retiring to the clubs rooms for some well earned refreshments. Members and supporters are welcome.
AFL Masters Football provides the opportunity for players 35 years and over to enjoy the game of Aussie Rules Football in a safe, supportive and fun environment. There are no sheep stations involved!
R7 – R8 Masters match reports Round 7 – saw us take on top of the table Parkdale at Parkdale. Our game plan & structure had to undergo significant change to cater for the conditions and the way the opposition go about their business. The players responded well, listened to direction and stuck to their
A triple header against Bayside Saints at their home fortress. Last game for the year. One chance at redemption. There is no greater challenge in football. Scott had the Antarctic, Luke had Darth, Coyotte had Roadrunner, Bill had Malcolm… we had Bayside Saints. Pressure was on. This would be hard. Harder than Everest. Harder than
Grant “Charlie” Barran has kicked his 100th Raider goal in just 38 Games. He achieved the feat in a blustery conditions against Parkdale in the round 7 game. He is just the 5th Raider to do so. Check out the video below.
That’s one win in a row for the Legends now. We travelled up to play South Yorella this morning. The track was more like a south Gippsland cow paddock. We should never forget how good we’ve got at the Raiderdome. After the typically gibberish pre game preamble we took to the field with a new