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S H A R K B A I T. 2 0 1 4. Issue 2.

S H A R K B A I T.  Had the pleasure of experiencing the huge milestone weekend at the Sharks on Sunday. Seeing the first woman to achieve 300 games was wonderful along with cheering on a 50 game milestone and a 100 game milestone saw the farm full of onlookers, supports, family and friends which was great to see. Unfortunately the Sharks were unable to bring home the wins even though looking like the teams to beat!

Although there was no game wins during the weekend we did see a great club coming together where lots were pitching in to help with whatever needed to be done, which showed that no matter what happens we will stick together and push through! The Sharks have some very exciting games coming up and we all hope that we make you all proud by coming home with some impressive wins!

Richo leading the Sharks out for her 100th game!

Richo leading the Sharks out for her 100th game!

Solesy helping out in the Sharks canteen.

Solesy helping out in the Sharks canteen.

Blouse looking very excited before her 300th game!

Blouse looking very excited before her 300th game!

Vander and Gracie arriving pumped for the game!

Vander and Gracie arriving pumped for the game!

DJ giving the girls a few pre match words.

DJ giving the girls a few pre match words.


A few Shark supporters enjoying the sunshine.

The seniors huddle

The seniors huddle!

Trainer Mel always doing a great job on game days!

Trainer Mel always doing a great job on game days!

G A M E.  D A Y.  R E S U L T S.   

SENIORS                 Q1           Q2           Q3           Q4 

St Kilda Sharks     3.1-19     6.2-38     7.4-46      9.7-61
Melbourne Uni    
3.0-18     5.5-35     10.9-69   12.11-83

SENIORS Goal Kickers: M. Hope 3, G. Harris , S. Brown , J. Bruton , B. Hateley , E. Smith , A. Catterall
SENIORS Best Players:
B. Hateley, L. Bazeley, A. Catterall, S. Chapman, A. Walsh, J. Bruton

RESERVES                Q1          Q2            Q3            Q4

St Kilda Sharks     1.1-7      2.2-14     4.2-26     5.4-34
Melbourne Uni    
1.1-7     2.3-15      5.4-34     6.6-42

RESERVES Goal Kickers: J. Plumb 3, T. Hyett 2
RESERVES Best Players:
B. Bowey, T. Hyett, A. Arzoumanian, R. Banner, E. George-Brimson, M. Conley

R E C I P E.  R E V O L U T I O N. Whips up Gina’s famous Chocolate pudding….



  • Melted butter, to grease
  • 150g (1 cup) self-raising flour
  • 100g (1/2 cup) caster sugar
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 125ml (1/2 cup) milk
  • 50g butter, melted
  • 1 egg, lightly whisked
  • Thickened cream or ice cream, to serve

Chocolate sauce

  • 155g (3/4 cup, firmly packed) brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
  • 375ml (1 1/2 cups) boiling water


Step 1 – Preheat oven to 180°C. Brush a 1.5L (6-cup) capacity ovenproof dish with melted butter to lightly grease.
Step 2 – Combine the flour, sugar and cocoa powder in a medium bowl. Make a well in the centre. Combine the milk, butter and egg in a large jug. Gradually pour the egg mixture into the flour mixture and stir until well combined. Pour into the prepared dish and use the back of a spoon to smooth the surface.
Step 3 – To make the chocolate sauce, sift the sugar and cocoa powder into a bowl. Sprinkle over the pudding mixture in the dish. Gently pour the boiling water over the cocoa mixture.
Step 4 – Bake in oven for 40-45 minutes or until a cake-like top forms and a skewer inserted halfway into the centre comes out clean. Set aside for 5 minutes to cool slightly. Serve with thickened cream or ice cream, if desired.

  • If you have any recipe’s feel free to send them in at:  ginalarreedonovan@hotmail.com

H O T.  S E A T. asks the questions you’re too afraid to ask, but only publishes the ones that are appropriate….Sheri-Ann Taulla

  • If you could know the answer to any question, besides “What is the meaning of life?” what would it be? Why does Easter egg chocolate taste better than regular chocolate? 
  • What’s something you have learnt in the last week? The new X men movie is coming out soon!
  • If you were a porn star what would your name be? Kiki Robinson
  • What is your favourite pizza topping? Hawaiian ( still my favi even tho I’m vego now)
  • Is your belly button an innie or an outie? Innie 
Sher at the Sharks 2014 Jumper Presentation

Sher at the Sharks 2014 Jumper Presentation

S H A R K.  N I C K N A M E.  Q U I Z. 


B L O U S E.                                 Nicola Liston

D I N G A.                                    Emily Paterno

C U R L S.                                     Stephanie Brown

P A D D Y.                                     Penny and Mia

S L A C K S.                                   Belinda Bowey

D J.                                                 Alana Bell

M O U S I E.                                  Rebecca Ticili

D I N G O.                                     Belinda Hately

P I A.                                              Marnie Rosenberg

T I C K L E S.                                  Amanda Walsh

R I C H O.                                       Tamara Hyett

M I N A J.                                        Rebecca Dardengo


I N.  O T H E R.  N E W S. 

The Sharks very own Belinda Bowey has been cast in the next 300 movie!!!! CONGRATULATIONS BLOUSE on your new movie role, please don’t forget the Sharks with all the fame and fortune you will be receiving. But seriously we are very proud to have the first woman to acheive those 300 women’s football games back at the Sharks, you are very much a well deserving pick for the movie role, I’m looking forward to my red carpet premier tickets thank you in advance!


Ellie GB has completed her first scoreboard duty relatively successfully on the weekend! Starting off nervously while bringing back the old “I failed year 10 easy maths” excuse and getting a little help from Tasma ‘Tassles’ Ritchie, Ellie showed great improvement by the end of the seniors game and with only one correction from the umpires she got over the line!            #welldoneellie



  While Nic Taylor is off jet setting around the world we have the wonderful Bridie jumping in as the Reserves runner. The reserves are very lucky to have the over 100 games player and premiership captain on the field helping us out on game days.                                     #thanksbridie #thanksforrubbingitinnic    

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SOCIAL MEMBERSHIPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! Over the weekend at our first home game we saw lot’s of our loving supporters getting their hands on official social memberships for the first time. We will be selling them at each home game for the rest of the season so don’t miss out!


Some of our supporters looking great in the new Sharks scarf!

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The winner of this weeks PULL-A-FACE COMPETITION has to hands down go to Phoebe!!!! I didn’t know faces had the ability to change that much….Congratulations! 10255281_10151987733661618_4520284092466200537_n 1509295_10151987733436618_8617349280725510224_n

S H A R K B A I T. 2 0 1 4. Issue 1.

S H A R K.  B A I T.  In high demand and after an extensive and very long pre season is back on board for the 2014 season! Here to keep you in the loop on all the ins and outs of the St Kilda Sharks Women’s Football Club.

This season is shaping up to be a kicker!!! With the way pre season looked the club and everyone involved are pumped for a year full of growth, success and constant movement! With each player and coach committing to the cause of #onthemove why would we ever want to be a stagnant unit with no vision or goals?


Although pre season has felt like a million years long it has been a great chance for all the returning and new players to bond and get to know each other and prepare to compete at their full potential! Over the past weekend (May 4th 2014) the Reserves team got their first chance to showcase their skills; fortunately they brought it all together and came home with the first win for the season. The seniors had a Bye but will get their first chance to compete on the 11th May against Melbourne Uni at the Sharks first home of the season. 

G A M E.  D A Y.  R E S U L T S.  

St Kilda RESERVES VS. Cranbourne FC – 4TH MAY 2014 

                                    Q1           Q2          Q3           Q4
Cranbourne FC     0.2-2      2.2-14    2.3-15     2.3-15
St Kilda                  1.3-9       1.3-9      1.3-9       3.4-22

St Kilda Stats – 

Goal Kickers: T. Hyett 2, G. Vanderwaal

Best Players: S. Scheggia, A. Arzoumanian, C. Sheehy, T. Hyett, G. Vanderwaal, C. Saliba

H O T.  S E A T.  asks the questions you’re too afraid to ask, but only publishes the ones that are appropriate….

Kat Rosendorff

  • Do you fold or scrunch your toilet paper? “Folder”
  • Tell us one of your most embarrassing stories! “Lol… I starting crying on a mountain in queenstown when I worked out I was scared of heights.”
  • What’s your guilty pleasure? Eating the dried fruit out of cereal. (what a rebel!)”
  • Would you rather ignore a crying baby or kick a puppy? “Throw the baby at the puppy.”
  • If you had no limitations what would your dream job be? “Eating Or an llustrator. Or lots of things….”

Kat at the Sharks 2013 Footy Trip

R E C I P E.  R E V O L U T I O N.  whips up a classic cold and flu remedy….

Chicken and Veggie Soup



  • 800g chicken thigh fillets, fat and sinew removed
  • 1 litre chicken stock
  • 1 sprig of each rosemary and thyme
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 medium brown onion, cut into large dice
  • 2 celery stalks, cut into large dice
  • 2 carrots, peeled and cut into large dice
  • 1 small kohlrabi, peeled and cut into large dice
  • 1 small celeriac, peeled and cut into large dice
  • 400g canned cannellini beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • 12 large fresh basil leaves

 What to do:

Step 1 – Season the chicken with salt and pepper and place them in a large pot with the stock, rosemary, and thyme. Bring to a boil over high heat and, using a spoon or ladle, remove any scum that forms on the surface. Reduce the heat to low and simmer very gently for about 25 minutes, or until the chicken is just cooked through and able to be pulled apart. Set aside for about 10 minutes to allow the mixture to cool slightly. Remove the chicken and strain the broth, discarding the herbs. Gently pull apart the chicken meat into bite-size pieces and set aside.
Step 2 – Quickly rinse and dry out the pot then return the pot to medium heat. Add the olive oil, and then add the onion, celery, carrots, kohlrabi, and celeriac and cook for about 8 minutes, or until they begin to soften. Pour in the reserved chicken broth and simmer the soup for about 20 minutes, or until the vegetables are cooked through. Add the cooked chicken and cannellini beans and simmer 5 minutes longer.
Step 3 – Serve with some fresh toasted bread and warm butter.


I N.  O T H E R.  N E W S. 


  • WARNING: There has been an outbreak of Pink eye around the Sharks so watch out for who you make ‘eye contact’ with! Apparently Smitty got it from kissing a boy….






  • Queen Ann has been spotted trying to impersonate Avril Lavigne while at a recent VWFL event…..On lookers were worried that the VWFL ‘life member’ was going through a mid life crisis as she was skating through the crowd on her skate board while yelling out the cost of current uniform prices!

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  •  The winners of the PRE SEASON PULL-A-FACE COMPETITION have been announced! congratulations to Jessie.G, Steph, Dingo and Megsie on your face pulling abilities.

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 WANTED: If there are any of you who have any spare bed frames or mattresses just lying around….Haha get it? Maxi is in need as she is currently using our club tackle bags to get her beauty sleep!