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Round 6 by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 14 May 2016

LAST week, Luke Tapscott was carried off David McFarlane Reserve on a stretcher and taken to hospital for scans on a potentially serious neck injury.

Fast forward seven days, and former Melbourne forward Tapscott completed one of the greatest recoveries seen in recent memory to not only front up for Sorrento against Rye at RJ Rowley Reserve, but kick five goals to lead the Sharks to a dominant 56-point victory.footy2

Tapscott’s Mornington Peninsula Brewery Man of the Match performance was one of many shining lights for the Sharks as they took their next door neighbours apart, winning every quarter for a comprehensive victory that put their slow start to the season firmly into the history books.

footy5Sorrento took control in the Telstra RPP FM Match of the Day from the first bounce, kicking five goals to two in the opening term as Tapscott – lining up deep in the forward line – took advantage of the running dominance of James Brigden, Nick Marston and Zac Byrns.

The Demons tried to work their way back into the contest in the second term through captain Adam Kirkwood and fellow defenders Matt Dunn and Dean Millhouse, but the Sharks held firm through their own rock solid defence headed by Leigh Treeby and Brent Kenyon to extend their lead to 26 points at the main change.

The visitors then sealed the deal in the third term, adding 5.6 to 3.2 before booting seven goals to five in the last quarter for their fifth straight victory, putting 21 majors on the Rye Hotel Scoreboard despite star forwards Nick Corp (two) and Scott Lockwood (one) being well held.footy4

Marston ended with three goals, as did lively youngster Chad Harris among 10 goalkickers, while Matt Greig kicked three for Rye and Ryan Taylor and Adrian Gileno played well, but the Demons slipped to eighth spot, six points outside the top five at the interleague general bye.

Tyabb was left heartbroken after a missed shot at goal after the final siren saw the Yabbies fall two points short of upsetting Pearcedale in a thriller at Pearcedale.

The Yabbies led by nine points at half-time and one at the final change, but their radar deserted them just as the chance to break what is now a harrowing 39-match losing streak was in their grasp, kicking 1.6 to 2.3 in the last term.

Tyabb hasn’t won since defeating Somerville in the final round of the 2013 season, but if it can reproduce that form in such an even competition, surely the club’s greatest celebration in a long time won’t be far away.

Jake Anderson was the dominant forward on the ground with five goals for the Yabbies, while Tyson Sparkes, Josh Connell and Jeremy Daniel also starred, but the Panthers refused to submit to an inspired and desperate opponent, and Troy Jacobson, Ben Mitchell and Travis Bravo did enough to have them in front when it mattered most.

There was also plenty of Dromana drama, where Tigers captain Terry Wheeler unsuccessfully called a head count in the third quarter against Frankston.

The Bombers were found to have the correct number of players on the field and a free kick was paid against the Tigers, with Frankston taking control after the incident to win by 21 points.

Dale Sutton was against best on ground for Frankston with support from Sam Fox, James Degenhardt and four-goal forward Zac Longham, while Sam Guerts was Dromana’s best with three goals and Billy Quigley and Wheeler also worked hard to stay in the game.

Hastings turned on a seven-goal final-term blast to shake off a dogged Crib Point by 49 points at Crib Point.

The Blues had kicked a terrible 5.15 to the final change and led by just 15 points, but found their radar with 7.0 in the last for what eventually was a comfortable win.

Red Hill continued its impressive start to the season in sinking the in-form Somerville by 31 points at Red Hill, dominating after quarter-time, while reigning premier Rosebud shook off Devon Meadows by 17 points in a low-scoring clash at Glover Reserve.

THE Peninsula League is developing into a similarly unpredictable competition (behind Frankston YCW of course), and Langwarrin provided another example of it when it shocked Mornington by 23 points at Alexandra Park.

The Kangaroos entered the clash on the bottom of the ladder, but jumped to a 19-point advantage at quarter-time and then saw off a Bulldogs rally that had the home team in front by half-time.

Led by Nick Tuddenham, Blake Harkness, Matthew Naughton and star forward Kyle Albanese (four goals), Langwarrin kicked three goals to two in the third quarter and four to two in the last to win going away from last year’s grand finalists.

Mornington has yet to hit its straps this season, and sits a game outside the top five at the interleague bye, despite the efforts of Jackson Calder (four goals) and Warwick Miller.

Pines is one of only three teams with a percentage over 100, but the Pythons needed a blistering last quarter to overcome Karingal by 37 points at Ballam Park.

The Bulls led by three points at three quarter-time and Brett Burns, Anthony Joel and Brad Occhipinti could smell an upset, but Pines found another gear to kick 7.5 to 1.1 in the last term.

Guy Hendry and Tim Bongetti kicked five goals each and Beau Hendry was again best on ground for the Pythons, with the result leaving Karingal back on the bottom of the ladder, despite its promising and competitive start to the season.

Chelsea’s goalkicking woes came to the fore yet again as Bonbeach beat the Seagulls by 37 points at Bonbeach to back up its upset of Mt Eliza last week.

The Seagulls had a paltry 2.10 on the board at half-time and trailed by 26 points despite just one less scoring shot, and while they finally found their radar to kick 8.1 in the second half, the damage was done and the Sharks moved off the bottom of the ladder.

Frankston YCW rolled on its merry way, shaking off Edithvale-Aspendale after half-time to win by 58 points at John Coburn Oval.

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NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

SORRENTO               5.2             9.4            14.10          21.16         142

RYE                         2.1             5.2             8.4            13.6           84

Goals: SORRENTO: L. Tapscott 5, N. Marston 3, C. Harris 3, D. Stephenson 2, J. Hallahan 2, N. Corp 2, S. Lockwood, S. Gladman, B. McCormack, J. Grant. RYE: M. Greig 3, H. Whitty 2, D. Millhouse 2, S. Sterling 2, A. Gileno 2, R. Mullett, B. Winters-Kerr.

Best: SORRENTO: L. Tapscott, J. Brigden, N. Marston, Z. Byrns, L. Treeby, B. Kenyon. RYE: A. Kirkwood, M. Dunn, R. Taylor, A. Gileno, D. Millhouse.

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HASTINGS                3.4             4.8             5.15          12.15          87

CRIB POINT             0.3             2.5             4.6             5.8            38

Goals: HASTINGS: N. Gray 3, C. McVeigh 2, S. Foster 2, L. Hewitt 2, J. Ward, L. Smith, J. Hewitt. CRIB POINT: L. Herrington 3, Z. Dekleuver, D. Cook.

Best: HASTINGS: N. Gray, P. Mawson, S. Foster, P. Rogasch, J. Hewitt, M. Clifford. CRIB POINT: K. Stratton, B. Davidson, Z. Condick, L. Herrington, P. Smith, T. Wilton.

OTHER RESULTS

FRANKSTON             1.4             5.8             8.13          13.16          94

DROMANA               1.4             4.7             7.9           10.13          73

Goals: FRANKSTON: Z. Longham 4, B. Muston 2, N. Lonie, M. Maiorino, H. Thomas, R. Marks-Logan, S. Fox, D. Sutton, J. Degenhardt. DROMANA: S. Geurts 3, T. Wheeler 2, B. Quigley, B. McMurray, B. Cosson, J. Hutchinson, C. Williams.

Best: FRANKSTON: D. Sutton, S. Fox, J. Degenhardt, R. Kitchin, J. Kingsbury, J. Francis. DROMANA: S. Geurts, B. Quigley, T. Wheeler, J. Quigley, R. Bleeker.

ROSEBUD                 0.1             2.6             6.6            9.11           65

DEVON MEADOWS  3.2             4.4             4.9            6.12           48

Goals: ROSEBUD: K. Downie 3, S. Downie, B. Schultz, N. Boswell, A. Rose, G. Petersen, B. Dwyer. DEVON MEADOWS: J. Dehey 2, K. Salerno, C. Barker, S. Roberts, J. Bowe.

Best: ROSEBUD: B. Dwyer, K. Downie, N. Boswell, S. Downie, D. Wilson, G. Bentley. DEVON MEADOWS: J. Dehey, J. Hillis, P. Harmes, J. Sullivan, P. Boland, C. O’Hare.

PEARCEDALE           3.4             7.6             10.9          12.12          84

TYABB                      3.4             8.9            10.10          11.16          82

Goals: PEARCEDALE: G. Anderson 2, B. Mitchell 2, Z. Campbell 2, C. Dalmau, T. Bravo, A. Harnett, L. Coffey, L. Murray, M. Jones. TYABB: . J. Anderson 5, B. Harbinson 2, E. Rahilly, D. Underwood, J. Connell, T. Jarvis

Best: PEARCEDALE: T. Jacobson, B. Mitchell, T. Bravo, K. Searle, G. Anderson, C. Dalmau. TYABB: T. Sparkes, J. Anderson, J. Connell, J. Daniel, R. McGrath, E. Rahilly.

RED HILL                 2.3             7.9            10.11          12.13          85

SOMERVILLE           3.2             5.3             6.5             8.6            54

Goals: RED HILL: H. Larwill 3, J. Mold 2, T. McEncroe 2, B. Poole, J. Pain, J. Dalton, S. Marchetti, M. Mock. SOMERVILLE: R. Hogenbirk 3, J. Sutton 2, L. Rowe, D. Hirst, J. Ryan.

Best: RED HILL: N. Walsh, H. Larwill, D. McNamara, J. Siversen, M. Wallace, L. Marchetti. SOMERVILLE: K. McKenzie, A. Rose, A. Speedy, L. Collie, R. Hogenbirk, S. Simpson.

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Hastings 5 1 0 608 429 141.72 20
Frankston 4 2 0 654 425 153.88 16
Somerville 4 2 0 652 460 141.74 16
Sorrento 4 2 0 597 431 138.52 16
Red Hill 4 1 0 379 290 130.69 16
Rosebud 3 2 1 397 398 99.75 14
Pearcedale 3 3 0 470 543 86.56 12
Rye 2 3 1 468 481 97.30 10
Devon Meadows 2 4 0 519 554 93.68 8
Dromana 2 3 0 377 482 78.22 8
Crib Point 1 5 0 460 638 72.10 4
Tyabb 0 6 0 300 750 40.00 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

RESERVES

Crib Point 6.14 50 def Hastings 2.8 20

Frankston 5.12 42 def Dromana 4.8 32

Rosebud 15.12 102 def Devon Meadows 4.3 27

Pearcedale 11.5 71 def Tyabb 8.7 55

Rye 12.10 82 def Sorrento 5.5 35

Somerville 8.9 57 def Red Hill 4.10 34

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 5 1 0 457 196 233.16 20
Frankston 4 1 1 409 258 158.53 18
Devon Meadows 4 1 1 319 310 102.90 18
Somerville 4 2 0 482 273 176.56 16
Crib Point 4 2 0 390 230 169.57 16
Rye 3 3 0 362 297 121.89 12
Red Hill 3 2 0 237 271 87.45 12
Sorrento 3 3 0 294 383 76.76 12
Hastings 2 4 0 245 379 64.64 8
Dromana 1 4 0 257 294 87.41 4
Pearcedale 1 5 0 236 561 42.07 4
Tyabb 0 6 0 238 474 50.21 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

UNDER 19

Crib Point 10.12 72 def Hastings 3.5 23

Frankston 12.23 95 def Dromana 4.7 31

Rosebud 9.14 68 def Devon Meadows 5.5 35

Pearcedale 10.15 75 def Tyabb 5.8 38

Sorrento 22.19 151 def Rye 1.1 7

Red Hill 10.8 68 def Somerville 5.6 36

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Sorrento 6 0 0 797 143 557.34 24
Red Hill 5 0 0 500 97 515.46 20
Somerville 5 1 0 458 138 331.88 20
Rosebud 4 2 0 539 300 179.67 16
Frankston 4 2 0 353 254 138.98 16
Crib Point 4 2 0 333 290 114.83 16
Pearcedale 3 3 0 235 340 69.12 12
Devon Meadows 2 4 0 330 312 105.77 8
Dromana 1 4 0 240 452 53.10 4
Tyabb 1 5 0 166 369 44.99 4
Hastings 0 6 0 110 626 17.57 0
Rye 0 6 0 90 830 10.84 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

A GRADE

Dromana 54 def Frankston 29

Rye 48 def Sorrento 25

Red Hill 36 def Somerville 35

Tyabb 57 def Pearcedale 15

Devon Meadows 43 def Rosebud 26

Crib Point bye

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Crib Point 6 0 0 232 80 290.00 24
Tyabb 5 1 0 307 149 206.04 20
Devon Meadows 5 1 0 224 127 176.38 20
Rosebud 5 1 0 204 192 106.25 20
Somerville 4 2 0 248 134 185.07 16
Dromana 4 1 0 229 170 134.71 16
Red Hill 2 3 0 163 230 70.87 8
Rye 1 5 0 193 284 67.96 4
Frankston 1 5 0 130 243 53.50 4
Pearcedale 1 5 0 131 297 44.11 4
Sorrento 1 5 0 105 260 40.38 4
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

B GRADE

Frankston 57 def Dromana 30

Rye 44 def Sorrento 11

Somerville 51 def Red Hill 25

Tyabb 51 def Pearcedale 12

Devon Meadows 45 def Rosebud 11

Crib Point 50 def Hastings 26

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Somerville 6 0 0 309 147 210.20 24
Devon Meadows 5 0 1 288 130 221.54 22
Tyabb 5 1 0 312 168 185.71 20
Crib Point 4 1 1 258 150 172.00 18
Frankston 3 3 0 236 224 105.36 12
Rye 3 3 0 207 260 79.62 12
Dromana 2 2 1 177 175 101.14 10
Rosebud 2 3 1 152 213 71.36 10
Red Hill 2 3 0 173 224 77.23 8
Sorrento 1 5 0 118 261 45.21 4
Hastings 0 6 0 141 258 54.65 0
Pearcedale 0 6 0 128 289 44.29 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

C GRADE

Frankston 32 def Dromana 20

Rye 35 def Sorrento 17

Somerville 32 def Red Hill 19

Tyabb 25 def Pearcedale 17

Devon Meadows 41 def Rosebud 14

Crib Point 29 def Hastings 10

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Devon Meadows 6 0 0 268 103 260.19 24
Somerville 5 1 0 193 102 189.22 20
Tyabb 4 2 0 171 119 143.70 16
Crib Point 4 2 0 153 133 115.04 16
Pearcedale 3 2 1 128 125 102.40 14
Dromana 3 2 0 121 122 99.18 12
Rosebud 3 3 0 108 131 82.44 12
Rye 3 3 0 161 199 80.90 12
Frankston 2 3 1 145 138 105.07 10
Sorrento 1 5 0 92 160 57.50 4
Red Hill 0 5 0 111 155 71.61 0
Hastings 0 6 0 48 212 22.64 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

17 AND UNDER

Sorrento 40 def Rye 25

Rosebud 41 def Devon Meadows 16

Dromana bye

Red Hill bye

Tyabb bye

Crib Point bye

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 5 1 0 168 97 173.20 20
Sorrento 5 1 0 186 108 172.22 20
Devon Meadows 5 1 0 79 71 111.27 20
Red Hill 4 1 0 91 56 162.50 16
Dromana 4 1 0 97 71 136.62 16
Tyabb 4 2 0 54 67 80.60 16
Crib Point 2 4 0 29 156 18.59 8
Rye 1 5 0 91 169 53.85 4
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

PENINSULA FNL SCOREBOARD

LANGWARRIN         4.4             6.5             9.10          13.16          94

MORNINGTON          1.3             6.7             8.8           10.11          71

Goals: LANGWARRIN: K. Albanese 4, B. Harkness 2, J. Bateman, M. Porter, A. Taylor, B. Peach, J. Bateman, S. Paterson, M. Parker. MORNINGTON: J. Calder 4, S. Seager 2, D. Whelan 2, J. Dickson, B. Smeeton.

Best: LANGWARRIN: N. Tuddenham, B. Harkness, M. Naughton, S. Paterson, M. Mathie, K. Albanese. MORNINGTON: J. Calder, W. Miller, R. Odell, J. Matthews, W. Goosey, N. Martin.

PINES                        2.2             7.4             8.7           15.12         102

KARINGAL               5.1             6.1             9.4            10.5           65

Goals: PINES: G. Hendry 5, T. Bongetti 5, J. Boyle 2, D. Plane, L. Potts, A. Edwards. KARINGAL: B. Occhipinti 3, J. Kelly 2, C. Hay 2, A. Lees, T. Styles, T. Puntaroni.

Best: PINES: B. Hendry, R. Chalkley, L. Potts, J. Boyle, P. Jackson, C. Ash. KARINGAL: B. Burns, A. Joel, B. Occhipinti, L. VanRaay, M. Burke, T. Puntaroni.

FRANKSTON YCW   2.5             5.9            10.12          15.18         108

EDITH-ASPEN           2.0             3.2             4.2             8.2            50

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: L. Roberts 3, D. Bodley 3, J. Greenwood 3, S. MacLeod, R. Hodson, P. Minchington, K. Hutchison, J. Coghlan, T. Lester. EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: M. Meehan 6, B. Neville, L. Harris.

Best: FRANKSTON YCW: T. Lester, J. Coghlan, B. Barry, L. Collins, K. Hutchison, R. Hodson. EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: C. Wylie, C. Wray, B. Neville, T. Mannix, M. Meehan.

MT ELIZA                 3.3             5.7             9.10          13.15          93

SEAFORD                 3.0             6.0             8.6             9.6            60

Goals: MT ELIZA: J. Van Unen 4, M. Stanley 3, T. Strickland 2, N. Strickland 2, J. Capkin, B. Mullane. SEAFORD: M. Andrews 2, C. Murfett 2, B. Howlett 2, N. Braund, J. Mockett, J. Haidon.

Best: MT ELIZA: B. Mullane, R. Heasley, J. Van Unen, M. Hill, J. Capkin, D. Booth. SEAFORD: N. Braund, C. Murfett, K. Taylor, J. Stokes, K. Matthews, B. Howlett.

BONBEACH              3.1             7.6             12.7          16.12         108

CHELSEA                  0.7             2.10            6.10          10.11          71

Goals: BONBEACH: S. McDonald 4, A. Trowell 3, C. Bryan 3, O. Hulett 2, L. Damon 2, D. Smith, J. Sole. CHELSEA: J. Brain 3, M. Baxter 3, C. Bywater 2, J. Tripcony, B. Finemore.

Best: BONBEACH: J. Bennett, J. Sole, C. Bryan, A. Hogan, G. Carpenter, A. Trowell. CHELSEA: G. Trew, M. Gardiner, B. Caia, J. Francis, M. Baxter, D. Aarsman.

Peninsula Seniors W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston YCW 6 0 0 727 206 352.91 24
Mt Eliza 5 1 0 533 375 142.13 20
Pines 4 3 0 625 540 115.74 16
Seaford 3 3 1 482 634 76.03 14
Edith-Aspen 3 3 0 406 465 87.31 12
Mornington 2 4 0 496 546 90.84 8
Chelsea 2 4 0 453 517 87.62 8
Bonbeach 2 4 0 480 569 84.36 8
Langwarrin 2 4 0 403 577 69.84 8
Karingal 1 4 1 426 602 70.76 6
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

RESERVES

Langwarrin 14.19 103 def Mornington 5.7 37

Karingal 10.13 73 def Pines 2.6 18

Frankston YCW 8.7 55 def Edithvale-Aspendale 2.6 18

Mt Eliza 20.12 132 def Seaford 4.5 29

Bonbeach 7.1 43 def Chelsea 3.5 23

Peninsula Reserves W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 6 0 0 631 178 354.49 24
Bonbeach 5 1 0 380 238 159.66 20
Langwarrin 5 1 0 480 331 145.02 20
Frankston YCW 4 2 0 355 286 124.13 16
Seaford 4 3 0 394 365 107.95 16
Chelsea 3 3 0 333 361 92.24 12
Karingal 2 4 0 346 401 86.28 8
Pines 2 5 0 285 530 53.77 8
Mornington 0 6 0 262 551 47.55 0
Edithvale-Aspendale 0 6 0 195 420 46.43 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER-19

 

Langwarrin 8.9 57 def Mornington 7.8 50

Karingal 17.13 115 def Pines 2.2 14

Frankston YCW 14.15 99 def Edithvale-Aspendale 6.7 43

Mt Eliza 12.10 82 def Seaford 10.7 67

Bonbeach 8.4 52 def Chelsea 3.12 30

 

Peninsula Under-19 W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston YCW 6 0 0 581 205 283.41 24
Mt Eliza 6 0 0 529 191 276.96 24
Mornington 4 2 0 439 293 149.83 16
Langwarrin 4 2 0 431 337 127.89 16
Seaford 3 4 0 547 319 171.47 12
Edithvale-Aspendale 3 3 0 419 354 118.36 12
Karingal 3 3 0 403 367 109.81 12
Chelsea 1 5 0 259 416 62.26 4
Bonbeach 1 5 0 196 547 35.83 4
Pines 0 7 0 89 864 10.30 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

A GRADE

Langwarrin 42 def Mornington 40

Karingal 72 def Pines 29

Edithvale-Aspendale 30 def Frankston YCW 26

Mt Eliza 55 def Seaford 40

Chelsea 44 def Bonbeach 25

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale 6 0 0 344 107 321.50 24
Seaford 5 2 0 324 268 120.90 20
Mornington 4 2 0 293 199 147.24 16
Karingal 4 2 0 323 260 124.23 16
Mt Eliza 4 2 0 320 264 121.21 16
Frankston YCW 4 2 0 250 209 119.62 16
Langwarrin 2 4 0 210 290 72.41 8
Pines 1 6 0 269 355 75.77 4
Chelsea 1 5 0 171 299 57.19 4
Bonbeach 0 6 0 127 380 33.42 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

B GRADE

Mornington 47 def Langwarrin 33

Karingal 61 def Pines 20

Frankston YCW 39 def Edithvale-Aspendale 37

Seaford 31 def Mt Eliza 27

Chelsea 47 def Bonbeach 33

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale 5 1 0 322 130 247.69 20
Karingal 5 1 0 300 153 196.08 20
Mornington 5 1 0 242 169 143.20 20
Frankston YCW 4 2 0 256 194 131.96 16
Seaford 3 3 0 209 192 108.85 12
Mt Eliza 3 3 0 227 218 104.13 12
Chelsea 3 3 0 190 248 76.61 12
Langwarrin 2 4 0 186 260 71.54 8
Pines 0 6 0 154 317 48.58 0
Bonbeach 0 6 0 132 337 39.17 0

C GRADE

Langwarrin 39 def Mornington 20

Karingal 69 def Pines 18

Frankston YCW 34 drew Edithvale-Aspendale 34

Mt Eliza 47 def Seaford 29

Chelsea 52 def Bonbeach 22

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 5 0 1 294 136 216.18 22
Mt Eliza 5 1 0 292 181 161.33 20
Karingal 5 1 0 272 178 152.81 20
Frankston YCW 4 1 1 255 165 154.55 18
Mornington 3 3 0 231 164 140.85 12
Langwarrin 3 3 0 193 177 109.04 12
Seaford 2 4 0 211 201 104.98 8
Chelsea 2 4 0 179 238 75.21 8
Pines 0 6 0 143 324 44.14 0
Bonbeach 0 6 0 92 398 23.12 0

D GRADE

Langwarrin 37 def Mornington 9

Karingal 45 def Pines 16

Edithvale-Aspendale 36 def Frankston YCW 14

Mt Eliza 39 def Seaford 11

Bonbeach 24 drew Chelsea 24

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 6 0 0 241 64 376.56 24
Mt Eliza 6 0 0 237 114 207.89 24
Karingal 4 2 0 191 136 140.44 16
Frankston YCW 4 2 0 160 118 135.59 16
Langwarrin 3 3 0 128 124 103.23 12
Chelsea 2 3 1 114 177 64.41 10
Seaford 2 4 0 105 150 70.00 8
Bonbeach 1 4 1 109 210 51.90 6
Pines 1 5 0 90 196 45.92 4
Mornington 0 6 0 97 183 53.01 0

 

 

Debra Mar Working many years in the corporate world in Melbourne and overseas, Debra found herself in the fashion industry as a designer after studying 3 years at RMIT. She now producers and presenters her own radio program The Breakfast Table every Tuesday 6-9am and writes for a local magazine. With a love of writing and being involved in the community, she has a certain curiosity of what makes people ‘tick’, Debra also writes feature stories and updates details on the RPP FM website.