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Tim's Tips Caulfield Saturday
WELCOME to  Tim's Tips - Selections for main Melbourne race meetings by former Herald Sun sports journalist Tim Habel. He is now a contributor to The Age so his tips for major city meetings will be in The Age formguide. CAULFIELD SATURDAY OCTOBER 13. Rail true. Good 4. RACE 1: UTZON 1, Lanigiera 2, Ancestry 3, Mockery 4 RACE 2: ICONOCLASM 1, Comicas 2, Sirconni 3, Ozi Choice 4 RACE 3: SUNLIGHT 1, Golden Halo 2, Meryl 3, Humma Humma 4 RACE 4:COOL PASSION 1...
Ashley Mills re-appointed as Prahran Assumption coach for 2019
ASHLEY Mills has been appointed senior coach of Prahran Assumption for a seventh season for 2019. Football director Neil Roberts was delighted to announce on Tuesday October 9 Mills has agreed to terms for the 2019 season. Mills' preparation and attention to detail as a coach is surely unsurpassed in the VAFA and he is admired and respected by players, officials and supporters alike. He first coached the Two Blues in 2012 leading the club into a Division 2 grand final against Bulleen ...
Club Video
PRAHRAN Football Club circa 2018 is a multi purpose sporting club based at Toorak Park. Fielding 49 teams across three sports- Australian Rules football (three senior age teams, one women's team and 20 junior teams including six girls teams), netball and basketball. True to its Passionate Community Participation creed, the club also conducts school clinics as part of its Community Sport Program. To find out more about the club's operations: Click here to watch Club Video  
Triple dead hat in Women's Best & Fairest
PRAHRAN Assumption's first women's team Best And Fairest count has started with an historic triple dead heat! Remarkably Emma Buddolph, Emily Hastie and Ashleigh Bransden shared honours on 19 votes at the club Presentation Night at the Duke Of Wellington Hotel on September 14. Pictured (left to right) are Anna Stewart (representing Emma Buddolph), Ashleigh Bransden and Emily Hastie.  
Three Two Blues in VAFA Division 1 Team Of The Year
THREE Prahran Assumption players, captain James Musster, ruckman Brett Dickinson and key defender John Stocker were named in the VAFA Division 1 Team Of The Year for 2018. Musster, who finished fourth in the competition Best & Fairest, was named centreman, Dickinson first ruck and Stocker in the back pocket. Ormond's wingman Travis Hine is the son of Prahran life member, Reserves premiership coach and now Collingwood recruiting manager Derek Hine. In other VAFA news Old Brighton's Premier c...
James Musster wins third Club Best & Fairest
JAMES Musster    won a third Prahran Assumption Best and Fairest and Basil Cleary Medal in a tense vote count at the Duke Of Wellington Hotel on September 14. Going into the last round Musster had a lead of just three votes over Harrison Taylor but polled 13   in the final game v Ivanhoe to seal the result. Musster, who also finished fourth in the VAFA Division 1 Pepper Medal count, is a previous club winner in 2010, 2015. Paul Donahoo won the Reserves Best & Faires...