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Brendan Rhodes-27JONTY’S JOTTINGS

Round 10 by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 25 June 2016

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IT took just one quarter of football for Rosebud to announce to the Nepean League that it wouldn’t be giving up its Premiership crown without an almighty fight.footy5

Despite being undefeated at home this year, the Buds went into their Telstra RPP FM Match of the Day against flag favourite Somerville as a  clear underdog.

Just 25 minutes later, they were 44 points in front on the Rye Hotel scoreboard and had taken the Eagles’ spot in the top five after a seven goal opening term blitz that surely must have stunned even many home fans im the Grand Final rematch at a boggy Olympic Oval on a wet and cold winter’s day.

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Ben Schulz takes the Best on Ground RPP FM trophy with commentators Jonty & Vossy

Despite losing coach Michael Kraska to injury and having Casey listed forward Tom Baker withdrawn, Rosebud turned it on, with Nick Boswell, Sean Downie and Rhys Bancroft providing plenty of drive, Ben Dwyer dominating the ruck and Mornington Peninsula Brewery Player of the Day Ben Schulz (four goals), Keegan Downie (two), Ryan Spooner and Tom Stoffels giving them plenty to kick to.

 

Somerville worked its way back into the contest in general play in the second quarter, but was unable to make any real impression on the scoreboard, adding 3.1 to 2.2 to cut the margin to 39 points at the main change.footy3

Tom Shaw moved up the ground to get involved and provide Rowan Hogenbirk with some support, and with Josh McMahon and Luke Burton – in his first senior game for three years – the Eagles gave some opportunities to their forwards.

Jedd Sutton cashed in with two of his three goals, while Luke Rowe booted his only major in the term.

Rosebud regained control in the third quarter as its defence led by Daniel Wilson, Jamie Clarke, Brenton Davidge and Chris Zurek reasserted control, blowing the margin out to as much as 57 points before Somerville managed to restrict the damage and save some percentage late in the contest, which could be vital in a competition so tight that defeat saw the Eagles slip from third to seventh on the ladder.

Sorrento bounced back to form with a dominant 44-point win over ladder leader Frankston at David McFarlane Reserve.

The Sharks took control from the opening bounce, with only inaccurate kicking (2.7) stopping them from having the match won by quarter-time.

FOOTY1After consecutive losses at their home fortress, it was critical the Sharks get the points to get their season back on track – and the in-form Bombers provided no better team to do it against.

Sorrento extended its lead at every change and in fact did not kick another behind until the final quarter as Frankston caught the yips to finish with a wayward 7.15.

Sharks Ryan Potter, Shannon Gladman, Jarryd Ferguson and Danny Stephenson pumped the ball forward on countless occasions, where Frankston had no answer to the dominance of Nick Corp (five goals) and Scott Lockwood (four).

Zac Longham kicked three goals for the Bombers, while Josh Francis and Allan Williams tried hard and Jason Kingsbury extended his fine season of being named in the best every single week to 10.

Rye had to twice come from behind to shake off a gallant Tyabb by 36 points at Bunguyan Reserve.

The Yabbies jumped out of the blocks to lead by 17 points at quarter-time as the Demons tried to find a new avenue to goal in the absence of injured spearhead Matt Greig (knee).

Find it they did – Dean Millhouse and Nathan Henley went forward and turned destroyers as Rye piled on nine goals to two in the second quarter to turn a worrying deficit into a commanding 27-point lead at half-time.

While many would have expected Tyabb to fall away, these Yabbies can smell that long absent victory drawing nearer, and they charged back into the game in the third quarter, kicking 5.9 to 1.1 to regain a five-point lead that should have been much more by the final change, with Tim McGrath, Riley West and Theo Oostveen prominent.

But Rye had too much to play for to let this slip, and Millhouse (six goals), Henley (five), Nick Baron, Ryan Mullett and Leigh Morse were able to steady with 7.6 to 1.1 in the last quarter.

Red Hill edged out Devon Meadows by six points in a dour struggle at Glover Reserve.

The Panthers led throughout the first half with Steven Roberts and Jesse Dehey prominent, but three quick goals at the start of the third term gave the Hillmen the upper hand and Jonah Siverson and Craig Kennedy were able to hold the home team at arm’s length until the end.

Dromana kept its finals hopes alive with a 16-point victory over Crib Point at Dromana.

The Tigers built a four-goal lead in the first term and were never seriously threatened, with the final margin being as close as the Magpies could get.

Hastings blasted Pearcedale with seven goals in the first 12 minutes before cruising home by 44 points at Pearcedale, with Luke Hewitt and Dale Alanis continuing their purple patch with five goals each.

IN THE Peninsula League, Pines took a three-game lead in the double chance positions with an impressive 16-point victory over Mt Eliza at Mt Eliza.

The Redlegs looked to be in control in the battle for second spot, edging to a 19-point lead at half-time with Justin van Unen booting four goals and James Freeman and Karl Lombardozzi dominating around the ground.

But the Pythons gradually worked their way back into the contest through stars Luke Potts, Tim Bongetti, Beau Hendry and Aaron Edwards (three goals), cutting the margin to five points at the final change before running away with it in a four-goal to one last quarter.

Langwarrin put a dagger through the heart of arch-rival Karingal’s finals hopes when it charged home in the final quarter to win by three points at Lloyd Park.

The Bulls looked to be cruising to victory with a 22-point lead at three quarter-time of a low scoring game on the back of four goals from Brad Occhipinti and the excellent form of Michael Burke and Tom Wilkinson.

But the Kangaroos had their own script and created their own Nick Davis moment – having only kicked three goals in three quarters, Langwarrin banged on four in the first 11 minutes of the last term to take the lead, and then hung on for grim death in the last 15 to lift itself off the bottom of the ladder.

Nick Tuddenham was the hero with three goals, while Nick Hammill and Matt Naughton were also important.

Langwarrin’s bottom spot now belongs to Chelsea, after Mornington belted the Seagulls by 82 points at Alexandra Park.

The Bulldogs have had a horror season, but put that behind them against an opponent crippled by injuries, piling on nine goals to one in the first quarter, and then finishing strongly with five to none in the last for a big win on the back of six goals from Jackson Calder and five from Michael Williams.

Chelsea did have a third-quarter rally of four goals to two to take something from the game, with Jordan Tabakman’s four goals being a shining light.

Seaford cost itself any chance of shocking Frankston YCW by kicking a woeful 3.15 to lose by 60 points at Miles Reserve.

The Tigers pushed the Stonecats in general play, but were unable to make an impression on the scoreboard as the efficient Premiers extended their lead at every change, despite only having five extra scoring shots.

Anthony Bruhn kicked five goals for YCW and Tom Capp was best on ground, while Seaford was led by ruckman Brad Doyle, who got the better of star Stonecats big man Ash Eames.

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NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

ROSEBUD                 7.4             9.6            12.12          14.13          97

SOMERVILLE           0.2             3.3             4.6            7.10           52

Goals: ROSEBUD: B. Schultz 4, K. Downie 2, N. Boswell 2, A. Rose, S. Downie, B. Payne, T. Stoffels, R. Spooner, J. Clarke. SOMERVILLE: J. Sutton 3, L. Rowe, B. Rolfe, B. Sedgwick, J. Allsop.

Best: ROSEBUD: B. Schulz, S. Downie, B. Dwyer, N. Boswell, R. Spooner, D. Wilson, G. Bentley, J. Jarman, C. Dew, T. Stoffels. SOMERVILLE: J. Sutton, T. Shaw, J. McMahon, R. Hogenbirk, L. Burton.

Photography Rab Siddhi

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OTHER RESULTS AROUND LOCAL FOOTBALL

SORRENTO               2.7             6.7             10.7          15.11         101

FRANKSTON             0.2             2.7             4.13           7.15           57

Goals: SORRENTO: N. Corp 5, S. Lockwood 4, L. Tapscott 2, J. Hallahan, S. Gladman, J. Gipp, N. Marston. FRANKSTON: Z. Longham 3, B. Whittley 2, G. Masterson, B. Muston.

Best: SORRENTO: R. Potter, S. Gladman, N. Corp, S. Lockwood, J. Ferguson, D. Stephenson. FRANKSTON: J. Francis, J. Kingsbury, A. Williams, J. Degenhardt, J. Page, B. Whittley.

 

RYE                          2.2             11.5            12.6          19.12         126

TYABB                      5.1             7.2            12.11          13.12          90

Goals: RYE: D. Millhouse 6, N. Henley 5, B. Egan 3, H. Whitty, M. Whelan, H. Devine – Richardson, J. Appleford, R. Mullett. TYABB: B. Harbinson 2, T. McGrath 2, R. West 2, C. Morris, T. Oostveen, J. Anderson, J. Baxter, T. Jarvis, J. Connell, A. Whalley.

Best: RYE: N. Baron, D. Millhouse, R. Mullett, N. Henley, L. Morse, R. Taylor. TYABB: T. McGrath, R. West, T. Oostveen, D. Underwood, L. Rigg, G. Scott.

 

RED HILL                 1.5             3.8             6.11           7.16           58

DEVON MEADOWS  3.1             5.5             6.7            7.10           52

Goals: RED HILL: H. Larwill 2, A. Mock, J. Monckton, J. Mold, J. Ross, N. Walsh. DEVON MEADOWS: G. Michie 3, C. Doria 2, P. Harmes, S. Mihevc.

Best: RED HILL: J. Siversen, C. Kennedy, J. Mold, B. Poole, J. Monckton, J. Ross. DEVON MEADOWS: S. Roberts, J. Dehey, C. Doria, P. Harmes, J. Bowe, G. Michie.

 

DROMANA               5.5             8.7            11.11          13.13          91

CRIB POINT             2.0             4.5             7.9            11.9           75

Goals: DROMANA: B. McMurray 3, S. Geurts 2, R. Gregg 2, T. Wheeler, B. Cosson, J. DeSouza, C. Williams, R. Bleeker, R. Johnston. CRIB POINT: B. Arnold 2, P. Smith 2, J. Deas 2, L. Herrington 2, D. Warry, M. Wappett, B. Davidson.

Best: DROMANA: R. Gregg, J. Hutchinson, T. Wheeler, B. Quigley, D. Geurts. CRIB POINT: K. Stratton, B. Arnold, P. Smith, D. Vercoe, Z. Dekleuver, B. Phillips.

 

HASTINGS                8.1             12.3            14.9          18.11         119

PEARCEDALE           2.3             6.5             9.7            11.9           75

Goals: HASTINGS: D. Alanis 5, L. Hewitt 5, M. Devereaux 2, S. Foster 2, C. McVeigh, L. Smith, S. Robb, J. Hewitt. PEARCEDALE: B. Mitchell 3, T. Bravo 2, A. Simmons, L. Marshall, G. Anderson, T. Jacobson, D. Hoare, M. Jones.

Best: HASTINGS: M. Devereaux, J. Mulheron, L. Hewitt, N. Gray, J. Hewitt, P. Mawson. PEARCEDALE: T. Jacobson, K. Searle, D. Hoare, T. Mitchell, E. Gates, A. Harnett.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Hastings 8 2 0 1054 687 153.42 32
Frankston 7 3 0 1007 679 148.31 28
Sorrento 7 4 0 1076 776 138.66 28
Red Hill 7 3 0 765 659 116.08 28
Rosebud 6 3 1 724 586 123.55 26
Rye 6 4 1 898 904 99.34 26
Somerville 6 4 0 1001 778 128.66 24
Dromana 5 5 0 821 870 94.37 20
Devon Meadows 4 6 0 790 890 88.76 16
Pearcedale 3 7 0 699 1002 69.76 12
Crib Point 1 9 0 711 1038 68.50 4
Tyabb 0 10 0 526 1203 43.72 0
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

RESERVES

 

Tyabb 19.13 127 def Rye 5.8 38

Sorrento 26.8 164 def Frankston 2.3 15

Crib Point 8.14 62 def Dromana 4.8 32

Red Hill 19.12 126 def Devon Meadows 1.5 11

Rosebud 4.4 28 def Somerville 3.1 19

Hastings 15.11 101 def Pearcedale 5.4 34

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 9 1 0 855 297 287.88 36
Red Hill 8 2 0 618 409 151.10 32
Rye 7 4 0 736 461 159.65 28
Somerville 7 3 0 671 479 140.08 28
Sorrento 6 5 0 682 573 119.02 24
Frankston 5 4 1 542 494 109.72 22
Devon Meadows 5 4 1 485 573 84.64 22
Hastings 4 5 1 493 605 81.49 18
Crib Point 4 6 0 525 511 102.74 16
Dromana 3 7 0 561 560 100.18 12
Pearcedale 1 9 0 310 1056 29.36 4
Tyabb 0 9 1 396 856 46.26 2
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

UNDER 19

 

Tyabb 19.13 127 def Rye 5.8 38

Sorrento 26.8 164 def Frankston 2.3 15

Crib Point 8.14 62 def Dromana 4.8 32

Red Hill 19.12 126 def Devon Meadows 1.5 11

Rosebud 4.4 28 def Somerville 3.1 19

Hastings 15.11 101 def Pearcedale 5.4 34

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Red Hill 10 0 0 1099 201 546.77 40
Sorrento 10 1 0 1413 265 533.21 40
Somerville 8 2 0 725 237 305.91 32
Rosebud 8 2 0 787 364 216.21 32
Crib Point 6 4 0 585 532 109.96 24
Frankston 5 5 0 586 580 101.03 20
Hastings 4 6 0 419 748 56.02 16
Tyabb 3 7 0 440 558 78.85 12
Devon Meadows 3 7 0 447 660 67.73 12
Pearcedale 3 7 0 308 769 40.05 12
Dromana 1 9 0 392 905 43.31 4
Rye 0 11 0 162 1544 10.49 0
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

A GRADE

 

Crib Point 49 def Dromana 19

Sorrento 34 def Frankston 26

Somerville 65 def Rosebud 35

Tyabb 67 def Rye 27

Pearcedale bye

Red Hill 34 def Devon Meadows 27

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Crib Point 10 0 0 409 193 211.92 40
Tyabb 9 1 0 463 221 209.50 36
Somerville 7 3 0 437 252 173.41 28
Red Hill 7 3 0 429 369 116.26 28
Devon Meadows 6 4 0 355 256 138.67 24
Rosebud 5 4 1 363 410 88.54 22
Dromana 5 5 0 325 381 85.30 20
Rye 4 7 0 334 434 76.96 16
Pearcedale 4 6 0 251 415 60.48 16
Sorrento 2 9 0 227 486 46.71 8
Frankston 1 8 1 258 434 59.45 6
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

B GRADE

 

Crib Point 70 def Dromana 35

Frankston 61 def Sorrento 17

Somerville 53 def Rosebud 28

Tyabb 60 def Rye 6

Hastings 40 def Pearcedale 25

Devon Meadows 58 def Red Hill 18

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Somerville 10 0 0 476 260 183.08 40
Tyabb 9 1 0 535 241 221.99 36
Devon Meadows 7 2 1 466 221 210.86 30
Crib Point 7 2 1 438 253 173.12 30
Frankston 7 3 0 460 330 139.39 28
Red Hill 5 5 0 337 424 79.48 20
Rye 5 6 0 340 451 75.39 20
Dromana 3 6 1 353 437 80.78 14
Rosebud 3 6 1 268 394 68.02 14
Pearcedale 1 9 0 239 430 55.58 4
Hastings 1 9 0 232 429 54.08 4
Sorrento 1 10 0 227 501 45.31 4
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

C GRADE

 

Crib Point 37 def Dromana 14

Frankston 36 def Sorrento 12

Somerville 37 def Rosebud 16

Tyabb 44 def Rye 12

Pearcedale 33 def Hastings 9

Devon Meadows 33 def Red Hill 21

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Devon Meadows 10 0 0 422 169 249.70 40
Crib Point 8 2 0 285 201 141.79 32
Somerville 7 3 0 300 176 170.45 28
Tyabb 7 3 0 311 197 157.87 28
Pearcedale 6 3 1 266 194 137.11 26
Frankston 5 4 1 256 236 108.47 22
Rye 5 6 0 294 338 86.98 20
Red Hill 4 6 0 281 272 103.31 16
Dromana 3 6 1 196 298 65.77 14
Rosebud 3 7 0 187 261 71.65 12
Sorrento 1 10 0 150 383 39.16 4
Hastings 0 9 1 116 339 34.22 2
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

17 AND UNDER

 

Dromana 49 def Crib Point 10

Tyabb 22 def Rye 8

Red Hill 28 def Devon Meadows 21

Sorrento bye

Rosebud bye

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Sorrento 10 1 0 298 172 173.26 40
Rosebud 9 1 0 210 109 192.66 36
Dromana 9 1 0 191 111 172.07 36
Red Hill 7 3 0 153 130 117.69 28
Devon Meadows 7 3 0 165 170 97.06 28
Tyabb 6 4 0 113 134 84.33 24
Rye 4 7 0 146 252 57.94 16
Crib Point 3 7 0 77 275 28.00 12
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

 

 

PENINSULA FNL SCOREBOARD

 

PINES                        2.2             3.5             8.8           12.13          85

MT ELIZA                 3.3             6.6             9.7            10.9           69

Goals: PINES: A. Edwards 3, T. Bongetti 2, G. Hendry 2, P. Jackson 2, D. Plane, L. Potts, B. Kiely. MT ELIZA: J. Van Unen 4, B. Landry 2, J. Freeman, J. Clayton, D. Gormley, J. Capkin.

Best: PINES: L. Potts, T. Bongetti, B. Hendry, P. Scanlon, J. Fisher, D. Plane. MT ELIZA: J. Freeman, K. Lombardozzi, J. Anwyl, J. Neratzoglou, B. Shaw, D. Booth.

 

LANGWARRIN         1.3             3.6             3.11           7.14           56

KARINGAL               3.2             5.7             7.9            7.11           53

Goals: LANGWARRIN: N. Tuddenham 3, Z. Andrewartha 2, G. Brown, M. Porter. KARINGAL: B. Occhipinti 4, L. Duhig, L. Poholke, C. Hay.

Best: LANGWARRIN: N. Tuddenham, N. Hammill, M. Naughton, L. Churcher, J. Bateman, M. Cuthbert. KARINGAL: M. Burke, T. Wilkinson, J. Matthews, B. Occhipinti, C. Dixon, A. Joel.

 

MORNINGTON          9.1             14.5            16.7          21.11         137

CHELSEA                  1.0             4.1             8.4             8.7            55

Goals: MORNINGTON: J. Calder 6, M. Williams 5, J. Miller 2, B. De Ruyter 2, J. Smart, R. Odell, J. Halsall, D. Whelan, W. Goosey, W. Miller. CHELSEA: J. Tabakman 4, T. Gardiner, M. Baxter, D. Willett, J. Marshall.

Best: MORNINGTON: W. Miller, J. Calder, M. Williams, C. Baker, B. Smeeton, A. Williams. CHELSEA: B. Graham, Z. Graham, T. Gardiner, J. Sivijs, J. Marshall, B. Clark.

 

FRANKSTON YCW   3.2             7.5             10.8           14.9           93

SEAFORD                 1.2             2.9             3.13           3.15           33

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: A. Bruhn 5, P. Minchington 2, S. Widdowson, J. Di Pasquale, L. Paynter, J. Cheverly, R. Hodson, L. Roberts, J. Lovett. SEAFORD: N. Braund, K. Matthews, L. Hughes.

Best: FRANKSTON YCW: T. Capp, A. Bruhn, P. Minchington, S. MacLeod, L. Collins, T. Lester. SEAFORD: B. Doyle, D. Kemble, A. Turner, J. Mockett, L. Davenport, B. Dawes.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston YCW 10 0 0 1244 373 333.51 40
Pines 8 3 0 966 791 122.12 32
Mt Eliza 7 3 0 826 689 119.88 28
Bonbeach 5 5 0 730 791 92.29 20
Edith-Aspen 5 5 0 686 798 85.96 20
Seaford 4 6 1 803 974 82.44 18
Karingal 3 6 1 685 864 79.28 14
Mornington 3 7 0 823 917 89.75 12
Langwarrin 3 7 0 558 801 69.66 12
Chelsea 2 8 0 646 969 66.67 8
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

RESERVES

 

Langwarrin 11.12 78 def Karingal 4.4 28

Chelsea 10.9 69 def Mornington 9.5 59

Mt Eliza 22.8 140 def Pines 2.5 17

Seaford 8.9 57 def Frankston YCW 7.9 51

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 9 1 0 962 318 302.52 36
Bonbeach 8 2 0 609 365 166.85 32
Langwarrin 7 3 0 700 405 172.84 28
Frankston YCW 7 3 0 647 437 148.05 28
Seaford 6 5 0 637 632 100.79 24
Karingal 5 5 0 589 591 99.66 20
Chelsea 5 5 0 555 612 90.69 20
Edithvale-Aspendale 2 8 0 350 661 52.95 8
Pines 2 9 0 358 918 39.00 8
Mornington 0 10 0 403 871 46.27 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER 19

 

Langwarrin 8.14 62 def Karingal 5.3 33

Mornington 13.8 86 def Chelsea 9.6 60

Mt Eliza 16.23 119 def Pines 1.1 7

Seaford 12.7 79 def Frankston YCW 2.10 22

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 9 1 0 788 341 231.09 36
Frankston YCW 8 2 0 822 405 202.96 32
Seaford 7 4 0 941 405 232.35 28
Langwarrin 7 3 0 725 445 162.92 28
Mornington 6 4 0 706 544 129.78 24
Karingal 5 5 0 666 618 107.77 20
Edithvale-Aspendale 5 5 0 620 584 106.16 20
Bonbeach 3 7 0 387 869 44.53 12
Chelsea 1 9 0 419 794 52.77 4
Pines 0 11 0 182 1251 14.55 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

A GRADE

 

Karingal 60 def Langwarrin 20

Mornington 44 def Chelsea 27

Mt Eliza 55 def Pines 47

Seaford 45 def Frankston YCW 22

Edithvale-Aspendale 76 def Bonbeach 18

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 10 0 0 565 201 281.09 40
Karingal 8 2 0 560 340 164.71 32
Seaford 8 3 0 493 400 123.25 32
Mornington 6 4 0 442 355 124.51 24
Frankston YCW 6 4 0 408 353 115.58 24
Mt Eliza 5 5 0 458 439 104.33 20
Langwarrin 5 5 0 379 432 87.73 20
Pines 2 9 0 440 539 81.63 8
Chelsea 1 9 0 250 507 49.31 4
Bonbeach 0 10 0 212 641 33.07 0

 

B GRADE

 

Karingal 59 def Langwarrin 35

Mornington 45 def Chelsea 28

Mt Eliza 57 def Pines 38

Frankston YCW 42 def Seaford 29

Edithvale-Aspendale 70 def Bonbeach 19

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 9 1 0 539 228 236.40 36
Karingal 9 1 0 548 264 207.58 36
Frankston YCW 7 3 0 428 322 132.92 28
Mornington 6 4 0 383 354 108.19 24
Mt Eliza 6 4 0 403 381 105.77 24
Seaford 5 5 0 353 329 107.29 20
Langwarrin 4 6 0 358 426 84.04 16
Chelsea 3 7 0 289 436 66.28 12
Pines 1 9 0 309 508 60.83 4
Bonbeach 0 10 0 222 584 38.01 0

 

C GRADE

 

Karingal 44 def Langwarrin 32

Chelsea 33 def Mornington 27

Mt Eliza 49 def Pines 24

Frankston YCW 52 def Seaford 36

Edithvale-Aspendale 79 def Bonbeach 11

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 9 0 1 590 224 263.39 38
Karingal 9 1 0 505 289 174.74 36
Mt Eliza 8 2 0 444 332 133.73 32
Frankston YCW 6 3 1 414 301 137.54 26
Langwarrin 5 5 0 347 310 111.94 20
Mornington 4 6 0 360 375 96.00 16
Seaford 4 6 0 347 369 94.04 16
Chelsea 3 7 0 282 388 72.68 12
Pines 1 9 0 263 490 53.67 4
Bonbeach 0 10 0 157 631 24.88 0

 

D GRADE

 

Karingal 36 def Langwarrin 20

Mornington 27 drew Chelsea 27

Mt Eliza 51 def Pines 9

Frankston YCW 30 def Seaford 13

Edithvale-Aspendale 42 def Bonbeach 7

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 10 0 0 407 108 376.85 40
Mt Eliza 9 1 0 366 198 184.85 36
Karingal 8 2 0 372 190 195.79 32
Frankston YCW 7 3 0 291 187 155.61 28
Langwarrin 5 5 0 235 222 105.86 20
Seaford 3 7 0 173 257 67.32 12
Chelsea 2 6 2 187 301 62.13 12
Pines 3 7 0 161 318 50.63 12
Bonbeach 1 8 1 161 360 44.72 6
Mornington 0 9 1 153 365 41.92 2

 

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.