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Brendan Rhodes-27JONTY’S JOTTINGS

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.

NEXT WEEK THE TELSTRA RPP FM MATCH OF THE WEEK RETURNS TO RJ ROWLEY RESERVE FOR THE SECOND WEEK IN A ROW, WITH THE PENINSULA LEAGUE AIMING TO SET ITSELF UP FOR A CRACK AT THE STATE TITLES WHEN IT MEETS THE NORTHERN LEAGUE IN THE VICTORIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. JOIN MICHAEL VOSS AND THE TEAM FROM 1.45PM FOR INTERLEAGUE FOOTY AT ITS BEST.

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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.

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Hastings510608429141.7220
Frankston420654425153.8816
Somerville420652460141.7416
Sorrento420597431138.5216
Red Hill410379290130.6916
Rosebud32139739899.7514
Pearcedale33047054386.5612
Rye23146848197.3010
Devon Meadows24051955493.688
Dromana23037748278.228
Crib Point15046063872.104
Tyabb06030075040.000
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Rosebud510457196233.1620
Frankston411409258158.5318
Devon Meadows411319310102.9018
Somerville420482273176.5616
Crib Point420390230169.5716
Rye330362297121.8912
Red Hill32023727187.4512
Sorrento33029438376.7612
Hastings24024537964.648
Dromana14025729487.414
Pearcedale15023656142.074
Tyabb06023847450.210
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Sorrento600797143557.3424
Red Hill50050097515.4620
Somerville510458138331.8820
Rosebud420539300179.6716
Frankston420353254138.9816
Crib Point420333290114.8316
Pearcedale33023534069.1212
Devon Meadows240330312105.778
Dromana14024045253.104
Tyabb15016636944.994
Hastings06011062617.570
Rye0609083010.840
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Crib Point60023280290.0024
Tyabb510307149206.0420
Devon Meadows510224127176.3820
Rosebud510204192106.2520
Somerville420248134185.0716
Dromana410229170134.7116
Red Hill23016323070.878
Rye15019328467.964
Frankston15013024353.504
Pearcedale15013129744.114
Sorrento15010526040.384
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Somerville600309147210.2024
Devon Meadows501288130221.5422
Tyabb510312168185.7120
Crib Point411258150172.0018
Frankston330236224105.3612
Rye33020726079.6212
Dromana221177175101.1410
Rosebud23115221371.3610
Red Hill23017322477.238
Sorrento15011826145.214
Hastings06014125854.650
Pearcedale06012828944.290
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Devon Meadows600268103260.1924
Somerville510193102189.2220
Tyabb420171119143.7016
Crib Point420153133115.0416
Pearcedale321128125102.4014
Dromana32012112299.1812
Rosebud33010813182.4412
Rye33016119980.9012
Frankston231145138105.0710
Sorrento1509216057.504
Red Hill05011115571.610
Hastings0604821222.640
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Rosebud51016897173.2020
Sorrento510186108172.2220
Devon Meadows5107971111.2720
Red Hill4109156162.5016
Dromana4109771136.6216
Tyabb420546780.6016
Crib Point2402915618.598
Rye1509116953.854
  • 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 SeniorsWLDForAgnt%Pts
Frankston YCW600727206352.9124
Mt Eliza510533375142.1320
Pines430625540115.7416
Seaford33148263476.0314
Edith-Aspen33040646587.3112
Mornington24049654690.848
Chelsea24045351787.628
Bonbeach24048056984.368
Langwarrin24040357769.848
Karingal14142660270.766
  • 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 ReservesWLDForAgnt%Pts
Mt Eliza600631178354.4924
Bonbeach510380238159.6620
Langwarrin510480331145.0220
Frankston YCW420355286124.1316
Seaford430394365107.9516
Chelsea33033336192.2412
Karingal24034640186.288
Pines25028553053.778
Mornington06026255147.550
Edithvale-Aspendale06019542046.430
  • 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-19WLDForAgnt%Pts
Frankston YCW600581205283.4124
Mt Eliza600529191276.9624
Mornington420439293149.8316
Langwarrin420431337127.8916
Seaford340547319171.4712
Edithvale-Aspendale330419354118.3612
Karingal330403367109.8112
Chelsea15025941662.264
Bonbeach15019654735.834
Pines0708986410.300
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale600344107321.5024
Seaford520324268120.9020
Mornington420293199147.2416
Karingal420323260124.2316
Mt Eliza420320264121.2116
Frankston YCW420250209119.6216
Langwarrin24021029072.418
Pines16026935575.774
Chelsea15017129957.194
Bonbeach06012738033.420
  • 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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale510322130247.6920
Karingal510300153196.0820
Mornington510242169143.2020
Frankston YCW420256194131.9616
Seaford330209192108.8512
Mt Eliza330227218104.1312
Chelsea33019024876.6112
Langwarrin24018626071.548
Pines06015431748.580
Bonbeach06013233739.170

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 WLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspen501294136216.1822
Mt Eliza510292181161.3320
Karingal510272178152.8120
Frankston YCW411255165154.5518
Mornington330231164140.8512
Langwarrin330193177109.0412
Seaford240211201104.988
Chelsea24017923875.218
Pines06014332444.140
Bonbeach0609239823.120

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

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspen60024164376.5624
Mt Eliza600237114207.8924
Karingal420191136140.4416
Frankston YCW420160118135.5916
Langwarrin330128124103.2312
Chelsea23111417764.4110
Seaford24010515070.008
Bonbeach14110921051.906
Pines1509019645.924
Mornington0609718353.010

 

 

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.