VFL-listed and former AFL player Jordan Lisle has adopted the Ballarat Football League’s Melton South as his home club.
Lisle, 28, plays at Port Melbourne, where Panthers’ coach Heath Pritchard was perviously a senior runner.
He joins Dylan Conway as a Port player to have aligned with Melton South.
Lisle played 23 AFL games for Brisbane and Hawthorn, and is a two-time leading goalkicker in the VFL.
He captained the Borough last year – his fourth season at the club.
REECE Miles is on the move again.
He is leaving the Panthers after just one year back in the Ballarat Football League to return to WRFL.
He will line up with Manor Lakes.
Miles ended his first stint at Melton South in 2014, playing with Altona and Hopper Crossing the WRFL before switching back to Melton Recreation Reserve last season.
He made 15 appearances with the Panther, being name in their best on six occasions.