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RICHIE Davie was presented with a Life
Membership to Phillip Island Football Netball
Due to holiday commitments Richie will be
an apology for the club’s presentation night
where Life Members usually receive this pres-
tigious honour so it was decided to present his
Richie’s Life Membership is thoroughly de-
served as he has not only served the club well
on the field but also off the field.
Richie started playing for Phillip Island in
the juniors in 1972 when he was 13 years old.
He played his first senior game in 1977 as a
17 year old.
Between boarding school and overseas trav-
el he amassed 142 senior games.
Highlights of his career were a senior best
and fairest in 1985 and he has the distin-
guished honour of playing in the 1981 and
1990 premiership sides.
While still playing he served on the social
committee for five years and organised many
fund raising functions for the club.
After his playing days finished he served on
the junior committee for four years before be-
coming a senior committee member where he
has served for the past seven years, three of
which he has held the position of treasurer.
Richie has also found time to serve on the
Cowes Classic sub -committee for the past
He has also involved himself in helping or-
ganise every club “back to” over the past 15
Richie’s experience in the building industry
has saved the club thousands of dollars.
His work on the club’s new toilets is evi-
dence of this.
In receiving his Life Membership Richie
thanked his family for their support, in par-
ticular his wife Sharon who is also a tireless
worker for the PIFNC.
According to club president Lex Munro,
Richie still has more years to serve the club!
RIGHT: Phillip Island Football Netball
Club’s newest Life Member, Richie Davie, is
pictured with his wife Sharon in the club -
rooms recently. Richie and Sharon have
been tireless workers for the club, over
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The Alberton Foot-
ball Netball League
grand finals were
played at Meeniyan
Seniors: Fish Creek
6.15.51 d Inverloch-
7.10.52 d Inverloch-
Under 18: Inverloch-
Kongwak 14.11.95 d
Fish Creek 3.3.21.
Under 16: Fish Creek
11.12.78 d Inverloch-
A Grade: Dalyston
37 d Korumburra-
B Grade: Korum-
burra-Bena 56 d
C Grade: MDU 35 d
Under 17: Dalyston
30 d Korumburra-
Under 15: MDU 31
Under 13: Inver-
loch-Kongwak 28 d
Richie Davie joins
Life Members club
Island netballers poll well in Alberton
PHILLIP Island netballers have capped off a
great year with players polling in the top 10 in
all grades at the Alberton Netball League vote
One of the Island’s most experienced net-
ballers, Lawri Piera finished runner-up best
and fairest in A Grade, just behind Korum-
burra-Bena’s Christie Hillberg.
She was also named as goal keeper in the
2016 team of the year, along with teammate
Kelly O’Neill who finished equal seventh in the
Other Islanders to poll well were Ash Moxey
(Under 15), Jessica Drazzi (Under 17), Jessi
Hunter (C Grade) and Melanie Kalis (B Grade).
A mother of three young children, Lawri
started playing in the Under 13 team in the old
Bass Valley League at the age of seven.
She played senior netball at a young age,
often playing junior and senior games on the
A life member of PIFNC, she has won club
best and fairest awards in Under 15, Under 17
and B Grade as well as four runner-up and five
club best and fairest awards for A Grade.
She also won the Under 17 Bass Valley
League best and fairest during her illustrious
Earlier this year, Lawri was named in Phillip
Island’s team of the past 70 years at the Phillip
Island Football Netball Club’s 70th anniversary
Phillip Island A Grade netballer Lawri Piera is pictured with three of her greatest sup-
porters, son Taj and daughters Macy and Kalani, after finishing runner-up best and fairest
in the Alberton Netball League A Grade vote count. Lawri was also named in the Alberton
team of 2016.
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