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Brendan Rhodes-27JONTY’S JOTTINGS

Round 5 by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 7 May 2016

SORRENTO overcame the angst of a potentially serious injury to star forward Luke Tapscott and being down to one fit player on the bench to hold off a fast-finishing Rosebud by one point in Telstra RPP FM Match of the Day in the Nepean League at David McFarlane Reserve on Saturday.

Tapscott was stretchered off early in the second term with what appeared to be a serious neck injury in an incident eerily similar to the one that befell Tyabb’s Adrian Clay and saw the Sharks-Yabbies clash called off a fortnight ago.

footy5He was treated on the field and then on the Sharks’ bench before being taken to hospital by ambulance for scans, with the early signs being positive for the former Melbourne AFL player, according to president Gary Woodhams.

Sorrento had earlier lost Nick Muller to a shoulder injury and also had Trevor Mattison (hamstring) hobbled during the third quarter, but still looked like winning the game for most of the day.

Celebrating the 150th senior appearance of Brenton Davidge, the Buds dominated the opening 10 minutes through Rhys Bancroft Greg Bentley and Sean Downie without taking advantage on the scoreboard, and they were made to pay.

Ryan Potter, Leigh Treeby and Brent Kenyon proved to be a brick wall across half-back for the home team, while Ryan Williams took control in the ruck and Scott Lockwood and Nick Corp looked ominous up forward as Sorrento kicked five quick goals to take a 21-point lead into the opening break on the Rye Hotel scoreboard.

The Sharks stepped it up a notch in the second quarter as Nick Marston, James Hallahan and James Brigden provided quality drive down the wings and continually pumped the ball forward, but it was their turn to waste opportunities as they came to terms with the injury to Tapscott.

Corp, who was unstoppable both up forward and around the ground in taking countless contested marks, was one of the main offenders, with his three set-shot misses in the term being the only blemish on a near perfect game that saw him take out the Mornington Peninsula Brewery Player of the Match Award.

Rosebud, with Matt Baker getting the upper hand against Lockwood, Sean Downie turning into a prolific contributor and Keegan Downie (three goals) making his presence felt, including taking a screamer and kicking a long goal in the opening minute, booted two late majors to cut the margin to 15 at the main break.

Four goals to two in the third term reasserted Sorrento’s control over the game, and the Sharks looked home when they led by 28 points at three quarter-time, with teenager Chad Harris playing a lively hand.

It looked even more dire for Rosebud when coach Michael Kraska missed two gettable shots early in the final term, but the Downies, Ben Schultz (three goals), Bentley and Chris Dew refused to lay down.

The Buds charged home with 4.4 to 0.1 in the last 20 minutes of the match, but it was that solitary behind which proved the difference for Sorrento as it held on for an emotional victory that had coach Nick Jewell, who led Rosebud to last year’s premiership, punching the air and kissing the badge on his jacket at the final siren.

Somerville sent an ominous statement of its capabilities to the rest of the competition when it belted Hastings in the top of the table clash by 41 points at Thomas Barclay Reserve.

The Blues went into the clash undefeated and coming off a 100-point-plus hammering of Rosebud in their most recent home clash, but were on the receiving end this time.

The Eagles kicked four unanswered goals to take control in the first term and maintained their advantage until half-time before delivering the knockout punch in the premiership quarter.

With gun big man Scott Simpson continuing his stunning form, Kane McKenzie dominating the backline and Lachlan Williams and Justin Allsop also in fine fettle, Somerville blasted nine goals to none in the third quarter to blow the margin out to 83 points.

While Hastings finally came to life in the last term with nine goals of its own on the back of four goals to Luke Hewitt and strong efforts from Nathan Grey and Shaun Foster, it only flattered the Blues and saved some valuable percentage.

Brad Davidson kicked five goals to celebrate his 150th senior game in the best possible way as Crib Point registered its maiden win of the season with an 82-point thrashing of Tyabb at Bunguyan Reserve.

The Yabbies got off to a flyer with five goals to one in the first term to raise hopes of a drought-breaking victory, but it was short-lived as the Magpies piled on eight goals in the second term, five in the third and finished with a 10-goal last-quarter blitzkrieg to finally produce the form tipped from them pre-season.

Luke Herrington also kicked five goals and Nick Rutherford and Brad Arnold were also impressive for Crib Point, while Jake Anderson booted three and Ethan Rahilly was best for Tyabb.

Pearcedale kicked eight goals to two in the first quarter to stun Dromana by 53 points at Pearcedale, Red Hill came from four goals down in the last quarter to overrun Rye by four points at RJ Rowley Reserve, despite six goals from Demon Matt Greig, and Frankston had 12 goalkickers as it crushed Devon Meadows by 78 points at Greg Beck Oval.

The upset of the round came in the Peninsula League at Emil Madsen Reserve, where the previously winless Bonbeach upstaged the previously undefeated Mt Eliza by 21 points.

The Sharks gained the initiative from the opening bounce with 3.6 to 0.1 in the first term and never looked back, leading by as much as 46 points by three quarter-time before the Redlegs saved face with a six-goal final quarter.

Beau Bailey and Jackson Sole were the stars for Bonbeach and Luke Damon (four goals) and Shane McDonald (three) were prominent up forward as they lifted their team off the bottom of the ladder.

Justin van Unen did everything in his power to keep Mt Eliza in the game with three goals, while Jay Neratzoglou and Karl Lombardozzi also worked hard.

Chelsea’s terrible kicking at goal cost it a chance at victory for the second straight week as it fell to Mornington by 28 points at Chelsea Reserve.

The Seagulls kicked an embarrassing 7.19 to lose convincingly despite having two more scoring shots than the Bulldogs, and last week’s tally of 6.16 (40-point loss to Mt Eliza) means they have sprayed 13.35 in the past two games.

They also kicked 8.12 in a five-point loss to Edithvale-Aspendale and 13.19 in a one-point win over Pines, with their only positive scoreline being 17.10 in the comfortable win over Langwarrin.

Against Mornington, Chelsea dominated early through James Sivijs and Beau Caia, but found itself behind at quarter-time with 2.7 to 4.0 on the board.

The Bulldogs went 19 points clear at half-time through Jackson Calder and Stuart Seagar, but were in danger of being overrun when the Seagulls cut the margin to a point at the final change.

But the Grand Finalists had the answer, adding 6.2 to 1.5 in the last quarter to run away with the points.

Seaford took advantage of a similarly wasteful Langwarrin to win by 20 points at Lloyd Park.

The Kangaroos jumped out to a 32-point lead at quarter-time on the back of three goals from the in-form Kyle Albanese and strong showings from Mitchell Porter and Josh Biggs.

But Aaron Walton and Dean Williamson kicked three each of their own as the Tigers held the home team scoreless in the second quarter and to just three more goals for the game for a total of 8.16, easing into third spot on the ladder.

Michael Meehan (four goals) and Brendan Neville helped Edithvale-Aspendale back onto the winners’ list with a 19-point victory over Karingal at Regents Park, while David Bodley kicked five goals as Frankston YCW cruised past Pines by 53 points at Eric Bell Reserve.

THIS WEEK’S RPPFM 98.7 TELSTRA STORES MATCH OF THE WEEK IS AT RJ ROWLEY RESERVE, WHERE RYE WILL LOOK TO CELEBRATE A THREE-PRONGED PREMIERSHIP REUNION WHEN IT HOSTS SORRENTO IN THE NEPEAN LEAGUE.

NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

SORRENTO               5.1             6.7            10.11          10.12          72

ROSEBUD                 1.4             4.4             6.7           10.11          71

Goals: SORRENTO: N. Corp 4, S. Lockwood 2, L. Treeby, J. Grant, Z. Byrns, L. Tapscott. ROSEBUD: K. Downie 3, B. Schultz 3, M. Kraska 2, R. Spooner, B. Dwyer.

Best: SORRENTO: N. Corp, N. Marston, R. Williams, J. Hallahan, J. Brigden, R. Potter, B. Kenyon, T. Head, L. Treeby. ROSEBUD: S. Downie, R. Bancroft, G. Bentley, K. Downie, C. Dew, B. Dwyer, S. Krumeich.

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CRIB POINT             1.6             9.13           14.17          24.18         162

TYABB                      5.2             7.4             9.12          11.14          80

Goals: CRIB POINT: L. Herrington 5, B. Davidson 5, P. Smith 2, T. Wilton 2, J. Johnson 2, M. Kleinig 2, M. Wappett, Z. Dekleuver, B. Arnold, M. Stansborough, K. Stratton, M. Hogan. TYABB: J. Anderson 3, E. Rahilly 2, R. West 2, J. Baxter 2, S. Rahilly, S. Torpy.

Best: CRIB POINT: N. Rutherford, B. Arnold, L. Herrington, B. Davidson, M. Stansborough, P. Smith. TYABB: E. Rahilly, J. Connell, S. Miller, J. Daniel, B. Williams, B. Harbinson. 

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REMAINING RESULTS
FRANKSTON             3.4             11.8           17.11          25.13         163

DEVON MEADOWS  2.1             5.2             10.5           13.7           85

Goals: FRANKSTON: Z. Longham 4, M. Maiorino 4, S. Fox 4, B. Sutton 3, N. Lonie 2, J. Foster 2, D. Sutton, M. Windsor, R. Marks-Logan, J. Degenhardt, M. Harris, J. Francis. DEVON MEADOWS: G. Michie 4, C. Doria 2, A. Kiely 2, A. Adams 2, B. Wapshott, S. Roberts, S. Mihevc.

Best: FRANKSTON: D. Sutton, M. Harris, M. Maiorino, S. Fox, J. Kingsbury, Z. Longham. DEVON MEADOWS: B. Wapshott, C. O”Hare, J. Dehey, P. Harmes, J. Henderson, J. Hillis.

PEARCEDALE           8.6             9.9            13.12          18.15         123

DROMANA               2.1             3.4             4.8           10.10          70

Goals: PEARCEDALE: G. Anderson 3, M. Nichols 3, M. Jones 2, A. Harnett 2, D. Hoare 2, B. Mitchell 2, Z. Campbell 2, C. Dalmau, T. Bravo. DROMANA: D. Leyden-Kozikas 4, B. McMurray 2, J. Hutchinson 2, R. Wilde, R. Johnston.

Best: PEARCEDALE: K. Searle, M. Jones, A. Harnett, G. Anderson, T. Jacobson, T. Bravo. DROMANA: B. Quigley, C. Ongarello, D. Leyden-Kozikas, R. Bleeker, J. Hutchinson.

 

RED HILL                 1.4             3.6             5.7           10.10          70

RYE                          1.0             5.0             8.4            10.6           66

Goals: RED HILL: M. Mock 3, J. Mold 2, M. Hyden 2, S. Marchetti, L. Marchetti, J. Dalton. RYE: M. Greig 6, K. Lynch, B. Winters-Kerr, A. Gileno, S. Daniher.

Best: RED HILL: M. Hyden, M. Dal Lago, D. McNamara, J. Siversen, S. Thomson, S. Scicluna. RYE: S. Daniher, H. Whitty, M. Greig, B. Winters-Kerr, J. Appleford, K. Bardon.

 

SOMERVILLE           4.4             8.4             17.7          19.10         124

HASTINGS                0.3             3.6             3.8            12.9           81

Goals: SOMERVILLE: T. Shaw 2, B. Rolfe 2, J. Sutton 2, D. Hirst 2, L. Rowe 2, L. Williams 2, B. Crowe 2, S. Crowe, J. Westerman, J. Ryan, B. Sedgwick. HASTINGS: L. Hewitt 4, C. McVeigh 2, S. Foster 2, P. Mawson 2, N. Gray, P. Rogasch.

Best: SOMERVILLE: S. Simpson, K. McKenzie, L. Williams, J. Allsopp, B. Sedgwick, J. Wilson. HASTINGS: N. Gray, S. Foster, J. Hewitt, B. King, P. Rogasch, P. Mawson.

 

Nepean SeniorsWLDForAgnt%Pts
Somerville410598375159.4716
Hastings410521391133.2516
Frankston320560352159.0912
Sorrento320455347131.1212
Red Hill310294236124.5812
Rye221384339113.2710
Rosebud22133235094.8610
Devon Meadows23047148996.328
Pearcedale23038646183.738
Dromana22030438878.358
Crib Point14042255176.594
Tyabb05021866632.730
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

RESERVES

 

Crib Point 15.6 96 def Tyabb 6.8 44

Rosebud 14.10 94 def Sorrento 4.4 28

Frankston 8.7 55 drew Devon Meadows 8.7 55

Dromana 13.11 89 def Pearcedale 3.5 23

Red Hill 10.7 67 def Rye 7.8 50

Hastings 7.5 47 def Somerville 6.10 46

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Devon Meadows401292208140.3818
Rosebud410355169210.0616
Frankston311367226162.3914
Somerville320425239177.8212
Crib Point320340210161.9012
Red Hill31020321494.8612
Sorrento32025930186.0512
Rye230280262106.878
Hastings23022532968.398
Dromana13022525289.294
Tyabb05018340345.410
Pearcedale05016550632.610
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

UNDER 19

 

Crib Point 9.13 67 def Tyabb 4.6 30

Sorrento 15.7 97 def Rosebud 7.3 45

Frankston 10.5 65 def Devon Meadows 8.7 55

Pearcedale 7.13 55 def Dromana 4.4 28

Red Hill 24.24 168 def Rye 2.1 13

Somerville 17.17 119 def Hastings 3.1 19

 

Nepean Under-19WLDForAgnt%Pts
Somerville50042270602.8620
Sorrento500646136475.0020
Red Hill40043261708.2016
Rosebud320471265177.7412
Frankston320258223115.7012
Crib Point32026126797.7512
Devon Meadows230295244120.908
Pearcedale23016030252.988
Dromana13020935758.544
Tyabb14012829443.544
Hastings0508755415.700
Rye0508367912.220
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

A GRADE

 

Crib Point 32 def Tyabb 27

Rosebud 39 def Sorrento 25

Devon Meadows 46 def Frankston 29

Dromana 39 def Pearcedale 35

Red Hill 38 def Rye 28

Somerville bye

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Crib Point50023280290.0020
Rosebud500178149119.4620
Somerville41021398217.3516
Tyabb410250134186.5716
Devon Meadows410181101179.2116
Dromana310175141124.1112
Red Hill13012719565.134
Frankston14010118953.444
Pearcedale14011624048.334
Sorrento1408021237.744
Rye05014525955.980
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

B GRADE

 

Tyabb 50 def Crib Point 36

Rosebud 33 def Sorrento 26

Devon Meadows 34 def Frankston 27

Dromana 34 def Pearcedale 27

Red Hill 56 def Rye 37

Somerville 47 def Hastings 19

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Somerville500258122211.4820
Devon Meadows401243119204.2018
Tyabb410261156167.3116
Crib Point311208124167.7414
Dromana211147118124.5810
Rosebud22114116883.9310
Frankston23017919492.278
Red Hill22014817385.558
Rye23016324965.468
Sorrento14010721749.314
Hastings05011520855.290
Pearcedale05011623848.740
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

C GRADE

 

Crib Point 25 def Tyabb 20

Rosebud 18 def Sorrento 12

Devon Meadows 43 def Frankston 13

Pearcedale 26 def Dromana 11

Rye 31 def Red Hill 30

Somerville 42 def Hastings 5

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Devon Meadows50022789255.0620
Somerville41016183193.9816
Pearcedale311111100111.0014
Tyabb320146102143.1412
Dromana31010190112.2212
Rosebud3209490104.4412
Crib Point320124123100.8112
Rye23012618269.238
Frankston13111311895.766
Sorrento1407512560.004
Red Hill0409212374.800
Hastings0503818320.770
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

17 AND UNDER

 

Tyabb 26 def Crib Point 8

Sorrento 29 def Rosebud 22

Red Hill def Rye on forfeit

Devon Meadows bye

Dromana bye

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Devon Meadows5006330210.0020
Sorrento41014683175.9016
Rosebud41012781156.7916
Red Hill3109156162.5012
Dromana3109771136.6212
Tyabb320546780.6012
Rye1406612951.164
Crib Point1402915618.594
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

PENINSULA FNL SCOREBOARD

 

EDITH-ASPEN           6.4             9.5             13.9          13.12          90

KARINGAL               2.3             6.7             8.8           10.11          71

Goals: EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: M. Meehan 4, B. Neville 2, K. Campbell 2, J. Heys, N. Carlon, D. Warke, E. Macquire, T. Mannix. KARINGAL: J. Kelly 2, C. Hay 2, D. Proud, B. Burns, B. Occhipinti, H. Tomamichel, M. Burke, R. Chadwick.

Best: EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: B. Neville, S. Mannix, T. Mannix, C. Wylie, M. Meehan, Z. Muschialli. KARINGAL: H. Czarnecki, J. Kelly, L. VanRaay, M. Burke, A. Paxton, D. Proud.

 

MORNINGTON          4.0             7.5             7.9           13.11          89

CHELSEA                  2.7             3.10            6.14           7.19           61

Goals: MORNINGTON: J. Calder 3, C. Baker 2, S. Seager 2, J. Miller, M. Gay, B. Bird, D. Whelan, B. Smeeton, J. Halsall. CHELSEA: C. Bywater 2, J. Tabakman 2, D. Knowles, D. Aarsman, B. Clark.

Best: MORNINGTON: J. Calder, M. Gay, C. Baker, J. Miller, S. Seager, B. Bird. CHELSEA: J. Sivijs, B. Caia, D. Knowles, J. Tabakman, D. Aarsman, J. Tripcony.

 

BONBEACH              3.6             8.9            12.10          14.12          96

MT ELIZA                 0.1             4.2             5.6            11.9           75

Goals: BONBEACH: L. Damon 4, S. McDonald 3, M. Tyrell 2, B. Bailey 2, O. Hulett, J. Williams, J. Casey. MT ELIZA: J. Van Unen 3, N. Strickland 2, R. Heasley 2, J. Neratzoglou, T. Strickland, D. Booth, M. Jackson.

Best: BONBEACH: B. Bailey, J. Sole, G. Carpenter, M. Tyrell, D. Jones, L. Damon. MT ELIZA: J. Van Unen, J. Neratzoglou, K. Lombardozzi, M. Lillie, M. Hill, J. Clayton.

 

FRANKSTON YCW   3.6             6.11           10.15          12.19          91

PINES                        0.2             1.4             4.6             5.8            38

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: D. Bodley 5, P. Minchington 3, A. Bruhn 2, L. Collins, T. Lester. PINES: D. Plane, M. Shepherd, C. Guganovic, G. Hendry, R. Stewart.

Best: FRANKSTON YCW: D. Waddell, P. Minchington, D. Bodley, B. Barry, K. Hutchison, B. Credlin. PINES: C. Guganovic, A. Marriner, B. Hendry, P. Scanlon, G. Hendry, L. Potts.

 

SEAFORD                 1.0             7.5             9.9           12.12          84

LANGWARRIN         5.8             5.8             6.13           8.16           64

Goals: SEAFORD: A. Walton 3, D. Williamson 3, B. Dawes, L. Hughes, N. Braund, J. Hallal, J. Haidon, J. Mockett. LANGWARRIN: K. Albanese 3, C. Hanger 2, M. Naughton 2, A. Fenech.

Best: SEAFORD: B. Dawes, J. Stokes, K. Taylor, C. Murfett, A. Walton, N. Braund. LANGWARRIN: M. Porter, J. Biggs, C. Hanger, N. Tuddenham, J. Bateman, J. Bateman.

 

Peninsula SeniorsWLDForAgnt%Pts
Frankston YCW500619156396.7920
Mt Eliza410440315139.6816
Seaford32142254178.0014
Pines330523475110.1112
Edithvale-Aspendale32035635799.7212
Mornington23042545294.038
Chelsea23038240993.408
Karingal13136150072.206
Bonbeach14037249874.704
Langwarrin14030950661.074
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

RESERVES

 

Karingal 13.11 89 def Edithvale-Aspendale 3.9 27

Chelsea 12.11 83 def Mornington 8.6 54

Mt Eliza 11.10 76 def Bonbeach 7.6 48

Frankston YCW 9.9 63 def Pines 7.5 47

Langwarrin 9.8 62 def Seaford 6.8 44

 

Peninsula ReservesWLDForAgnt%Pts
Mt Eliza500499149334.9020
Bonbeach410337215156.7416
Seaford420365233156.6516
Langwarrin410377294128.2316
Frankston YCW320300268111.9412
Chelsea32031031897.4812
Pines24026745758.428
Karingal14027338371.284
Mornington05022544850.220
Edithvale-Aspendale05017736548.490
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER-19

 

Karingal 15.8 98 def Edithvale-Aspendale 9.14 68

Mornington 11.11 77 def Chelsea 3.12 30

Mt Eliza 13.11 89 def Bonbeach 2.5 17

Frankston YCW 21.13 139 def Pines 2.4 16

Langwarrin 9.12 66 def Seaford 7.11 53

 

Peninsula Under-19WLDForAgnt%Pts
Mt Eliza500447124360.4820
Frankston YCW500482162297.5320
Mornington410389236164.8316
Seaford330480237202.5312
Edith-Aspen320376255147.4512
Langwarrin320374287130.3112
Karingal23028835381.598
Chelsea14022936462.914
Bonbeach05014451727.850
Pines0607574910.010
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

A GRADE

 

Mornington 33 def Chelsea 14

Edithvale-Aspendale 67 def Karingal 5

Seaford 35 def Langwarrin 26

Mt Eliza 61 def Bonbeach 40

Frankston YCW 57 def Pines 43

 

Peninsula A GradeWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspen50031481387.6520
Seaford510284213133.3320
Mornington410253157161.1516
Frankston YCW410224179125.1416
Mt Eliza320265224118.3012
Karingal320251231108.6612
Pines15024028384.814
Langwarrin14016825067.204
Chelsea05012727446.350
Bonbeach05010233630.360
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

B GRADE

 

Mornington 43 def Chelsea 16

Edithvale-Aspendale 29 def Karingal 26

Langwarrin 37 def Seaford 21

Mt Eliza 47 def Bonbeach 33

Frankston YCW 56 def Pines 40

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspen50028591313.1920
Karingal410239133179.7016
Mornington410195136143.3816
Frankston YCW320217157138.2212
Mt Eliza320200187106.9512
Seaford230178165107.888
Langwarrin23015321371.838
Chelsea23014321566.518
Pines05013425652.340
Bonbeach0509929034.140

 

C GRADE

 

Mornington 43 def Chelsea 20

Edithvale-Aspendale 39 def Karingal 22

Langwarrin 35 def Seaford 25

Mt Eliza 59 def Bonbeach 25

Frankston YCW 65 def Pines 18

 

Peninsula C GradeWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspen500260102254.9020
Frankston YCW410221131168.7016
Mt Eliza410245152161.1816
Karingal410203160126.8816
Mornington320211125168.8012
Seaford230182154118.188
Langwarrin23015415798.098
Chelsea14012721658.804
Pines05012525549.020
Bonbeach0507034620.230

 

D GRADE

 

Chelsea 23 def Mornington 20

Edithvale-Aspendale 26 def Karingal 16

Langwarrin 17 def Seaford 14

Mt Eliza 50 def Bonbeach 18

Frankston YCW 29 def Pines 13

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspen50020550410.0020
Mt Eliza500198103192.2320
Frankston YCW41014682178.0516
Karingal320146120121.6712
Seaford2309411184.688
Langwarrin2309111579.138
Chelsea2309015358.828
Pines1407415149.014
Bonbeach1408518645.704
Mornington0508814660.270

 

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.