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Port Melbourne building into 2023

By Borough Media on December 2, 2022

The Port Melbourne Football Club continues to recruit and resign strongly. Much of both programs have retained their core group with the addition of new players who will pull on the red and blue guernsey.



Harvey Hooper, Archi Manton, Marcus Lentini, Nash Holmes, Jake Gasper, Matt Signorello, Campbell Walker, Tom Cameron, Ethan Phillips, Tom Hofert, Cody Stackelberg, Nick Burke, Jeremy O’Sullivan, Josh May, Jack Johnston, Jack Briskey


Claire Dyett, Melissa Kuys, Lisa Davie, Emily Harley, Beth Wilson, Kate Dudley, Maddi Shaw, Alice Campbell, Jorja Livingstone, Tayissa Gray, Kate Adams, Kaitlyn O’Keefe



Aiden Fyfe, Jordan Lane, Tom Hird, Will Martyn, Cody Henness, Charlie Bowes, Zach Adams, Harry Stubbings, Sam Collins, Fraser Rosman, Josh Green


Eliza Morrison, Jessie Williams, Taylah Watson, Lauren Caruso, Georgia Howes, Laura Wright, Maddie Convery


Our aim is to build a strong foundation that is both professional and sustainable and sets Port Melbourne Football Club up as a destination club for female and male footballers, coaches, staff and volunteers.

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