117  Years of Football – 1898 – 1904

Pearcedale (still known as Langwarrin East but locally as Pearcedale). First played local games of football against Bembridge, Langwarrin Guards, Langwarrin Central, Somerville, Old Tyabb, Tuerong and Hastings. There was no formal association in those days and the team that won the most games was named Premier.

1905 – 1913

Played in the Peninsula Football Association (PFA).

1914 – 1915

Played in the Peninsula and District Football Association (PDFA).

1916 – 1919

Recess WW1.

1920 – 1933

Played in Peninsula and District Football Association (PDFA).

1934 – 1936

Foundation member of the Mornington Peninsula Football League ( MPFL). Premiers 1934

1937

Played as Combined team known as Mornington Junction ( Pearcedale /Baxter / Somerville / Mornington. ) Premiers 1937

1938 – 1939

Pearcedale / Baxter Combine.

1940 – 1941

Pearcedale./ Baxter./ Somerville. Combined  Premiers 1941.

1942 – 1945

Recess WW2.

1946 – 1958

Pearcedale / Baxter  MPFL.  Premiers 1948, 1952, 1953

1959 – 1986

Pearcedale/ Baxter foundation member of the Nepean League.  Premiers 1961,1962,1963.

1987 – 2015

Pearcedale foundation  member of Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League. (MPNFL)

Premiers

1934, 1941, 1948, 1952, 1953, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1995, 1996, 2003

Runners Up

1959, 1960, 1968, 1970

League Life Members

Symon Callanan
Sid Richards
Bob Scales

League First  XVIII  Best and Fairest Winners

Stan Lord: 1950.
Don Scown: 1959,1960, 1961.
Boris Ognew: 1968.
Peter Doll: 1997. 1998. 1999.2003