The youths were among a group of 16 young men arrested on Tuesday morning over the alleged rapes at Phillip Island http://www.sportsbetting.com/
A 17-year-old and two 18-year-olds are charged with false imprisonment, rape and indecent assault.
The 17-year-old from Montmorency, and the other youths from Bundoora and Lower Plenty were to face an out-of-sessions court hearing on Tuesday night.
Police raided four properties in Melbourne's northeast at 6am (AEDT) on Tuesday and arrested the young men aged between 17 and 20.
They include players from Montmorency Football Club http://www.sportsbetting.com/
Two local women complained to police that they were raped by a group of men on Saturday, October 10 at Cowes on Phillip Island.
One of Montmorency's coaches said the trip was not officially connected to the club.
"It was not an official trip, the only official football trip involved seniors and reserves players that went to Glenelg," he told AAP.
"There was no under-19s footy trip, I think a few of the boys went away with friends.
"We had a lady from the AFL come here halfway through the football season who gave a talk how to respect women.
"We don't want any trouble, we just want to play the game, be successful, give some of these young blokes a game and get them off the streets."
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