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Brendan Rhodes-27JONTY’S JOTTINGS

Round 8 by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 4 June 2016                        

FRANKSTON powered to the top of the Nepean League ladder and opened up a significant gap between the top five and the rest with a convincing 35-point victory over Red Hill in the Telstra RPP FM Match of the Day at Red Hill Recreation Reserve on Saturday.

The Bombers needed to beat a fellow contender to prove their worth after falling to Somerville and Hastings earlier in the season, and they took just one quarter to ensure they couldn’t be left out of the premiership calculations for the rest of the season.

With star midfielders Dale Sutton and Sam Fox in dominant form and makeshift ruckman Corey Micari outstanding as he filled in for absent pair Max Pretty (overseas) and Ryan Kitchin (suspended), Frankston took control from the opening bounce, booting 5.5 to 1.0 for a match-winning 29-point lead on the Rye Hotel Scoreboard at quarter time.

The Hillmen weren’t lacking for effort, but were simply outclassed and it was a case of trying to hold back the tide for Jeremy Monckton, Sean and Luke Marchetti and Matt Hyden.

Whenever Red Hill did go forward, Jarryd Amalfi and Ryan Marks-Logan repelled them at every opportunity, allowing coach Beau Muston and captain Jay Page to set up plenty of forward thrusts.

Frankston had plenty of winners at that end too, with Scott Foster outstanding and Zac Longham, Michael Maiorino and Jake Foster always looking likely to score.

Red Hill tried to battle back into the game, and managed to break virtually even for the rest of the day, but whenever it looked like threatening, it brought itself undone with indirect play when it needed to take the game on and go straight up the middle.

The Hillmen’s cause was also not helped by being one man short for 20 minutes, after a fight between Ben Poole and Bombers star Nathan Lonie just before half-time saw both players yellow carded.

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Hillman in a Poole of blood

A bleeding Poole was then reported by two umpires for striking Lonie again as the pair were making their way off the field, earning a second yellow card which was commuted to a red before the second half got underway.

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Man of the Moment Bomber player, Scott Foster with Toe Punt

Sutton spent most of final quarter on the bench with cramp, an issue which affected players on both teams, but his outstanding first three quarters when the game was up for grabs was enough to see him named the Mornington Peninsula Brewery Player of the Match, while Scott Foster also failed to finish the game with what appeared to be back spasms.

Rye breathed life back into its season provided more proof of how even the competition is with a stunning 34-point upset of Hastings at RJ Rowley Reserve that tipped the Blues off the top of the ladder.

The Demons’ season was hanging by a thread and they needed a win to stay alive, and responded in gutsy fashion – led by talented youngster Harry Devine-Richardson, experienced star Ryan Mullett and gun forward Matt Greig (four goals).

Rye led by a point at half-time and stepped it up a notch in the second half, kicking 3.4 to 0.2 in the third and 4.3 to 2.2 in the last for a head-turning win.

Shaun Foster, Brendan Dunne and Paul Rogasch tried hard to keep Hastings alive in what was a wasteful display, but Jimmy Jennings, Leigh Morse and Dean Millhouse were too desperate.

Rosebud opened up a six-point gap inside the top five, outgunning Crib Point by 84 points at Crib Point.

Keegan Downie’s four goals and Greg Bentley’s class were important in the win, which was vital given sixth-placed Red Hill has a game in hand against Dromana this week.

Dromana will also look to the Queen’s Birthday clash against the Hillmen as a chance to keep its season alive after a blistering second quarter saw the Tigers past Tyabb by 47 points at Dromana.

Rikki Johnston had kicked just one goal for the season, but booted five to see off the improving Yabbies, who were more than competitive apart from that 7.7 to 2.1 blast leading up to half-time.

Nick Corp (six) and Luke Tapscott (four) were dominant in Sorrento’s 74-point dismissal of Pearcedale at Pearcedale, while Somerville wasted the opportunity for a big percentage booster in kicking 18.22, but were still untroubled in beating Devon Meadows by 66 points at Glover Reserve, setting up a four-way tie at the top of the ladder on six wins.

KARINGAL moved into the Peninsula League top five and left Mornington’s season in disarray, charging home for a six-point upset win at Ballam Park.

The Bulldogs looked in total control when they led by 30 points at three quarter-time, but they must have shown a red rag to the Bulls, who came to life and piled on 7.1 to 1.1 in the last quarter overrun last year’s Grand Finalists.

Grant Goodall, captain Aaron Paxton and Tom Wilkinson led the revival for Karingal, while Leigh Poholke kicked four goals and Jake Kelly three.

Jai Haddock and Brendan De Ruyter had put Mornington in a strong position, but at 2-6 the Bulldogs will need a major turnaround in form to make the finals, despite still being just six points out.

Edithvale-Aspendale found its radar at the exactly the right time to overcome a gallant Seaford by 14 points at Miles Reserve.The Eagles did everything possible to kick themselves out of the game, and the Tigers almost took full advantage despite conceding 31 scoring shots to 17.Seaford took the lead late in the game at 12.5 to 9.19, but Edithvale-Aspendale rallied to kick three late goals to claim the points and strengthen its push for a double chance, led by leading goalkicker Mick Meehan’s five majors.

Frankston YCW took a half to get going, but eventually made it 22 wins in a row completed one calendar year without defeat in overwhelming Chelsea by 84 points at John Coburn Oval.

Chelsea led by 12 points at quarter-time and was still within eight at the main change as Grant Trew and Brad Clark started brightly, but YCW piled on 11.18 to 1.2 in the second half, with only poor kicking stopping a bigger result as Paul Minchington kicked five goals.

The Stonecats were last beaten by Mornington on June 6 last year, and it is hard to see them losing again any time soon.

Justin van Unen rediscover his best form to kick six goals as Mt Eliza was untroubled in brushing past Langwarrin by 38 points at Lloyd Park and Tim Bongetti’s five goals helped Pines consolidate second spot with a 33-point win over Bonbeach at the No.1 Oval.

THIS WEEK’S RPPFM 98.7 TELSTRA STORES MORNINGTON AND ROSEBUD MATCH OF THE WEEK HEADS TO REGENT’S PARK FOR A CRUCIAL PENINSULA LEAGUE SHOWDOWN BETWEEN EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE AND BONBEACH. JUST NINE POINTS SPLIT THESE TEAMS ON EASTER SATURDAY, AND THE SHARKS MUST WIN TO KEEP THEIR FINALS HOPES ALIVE. JOIN MICHAEL VOSS AND BRENDAN RHODES FROM 1.50PM SATURDAY ON 97.3FM, THE RPPFM APP OR www.rppfm.com.au FOR ALL THE ACTION.

Photography Rab Siddhi

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NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

 FRANKSTON             5.5             8.6            12.10          15.12         102

RED HILL                 1.0             4.3             8.4            10.7           67

Goals: FRANKSTON: M. Maiorino 3, Z. Longham 3, S. Foster 2, J. Foster 2, N. Lonie, B. Muston, B. Whittley, J. Kingsbury, B. Sutton. RED HILL: J. Monckton 2, J. Dalton 2, J. Mitchell, H. Larwill, M. Mock, T. McEncroe, M. Dillon, J. Mold.Best: FRANKSTON: D. Sutton, C. Micari, J. Amalfi, S. Fox, S. Foster, R Marks-Logan, B. Muston, J. Kingsbury, J. Page, M. Maiorino, Z. Longham. RED HILL: J. Monckton, S. Marchetti, M. Hyden, L. Marchetti, M. Wallace, M. Mock, J. Mold, J. Siverson, J. Mitchell.

 

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OTHER RESULTS IN THE LOCAL LEAGUES

DROMANA               2.2             9.9            11.12          13.16          94

TYABB                      2.1             4.2             7.2             7.5            47

Goals: DROMANA: R. Johnston 5, A. Hunter 2, S. Geurts, T. Wheeler, J. Hutchinson, E. Johnstone, R. Bleeker, B. Cosson. TYABB: T. Wreford 2, J. Anderson 2, R. West 2, B. Harbinson.Best: DROMANA: D. Waugh, E. Johnstone, R. Johnston, T. Wheeler, R. Bleeker. TYABB: T. McGrath, T. Oostveen, E. Rahilly, J. Connell, T. Wreford, A. Whalley.

 

SORRENTO               4.4             9.4             17.9          24.10         154

PEARCEDALE           3.4             5.6             6.7            12.8           80

Goals: SORRENTO: N. Corp 6, L. Tapscott 4, S. Lockwood 2, Z. Byrns 2, J. Hallahan 2, M. Gardner, B. McCormack, L. Treeby, J. Brigden, R. Williams, D. Stephenson, J. Egan, J. Boase. PEARCEDALE: B. Mitchell 4, D. Hoare 2, A. Simmons, L. Marshall, B. Simmons, Z. Campbell, T. Jacobson, G. Anderson.Best: SORRENTO: J. Hallahan, N. Corp, L. Tapscott, T. Head, J. Boase, Z. Byrns. PEARCEDALE: M. Williams, P. Heijden, A. Harnett, B. Mitchell, K. Searle, D. Hoare.

 

SOMERVILLE           3.7             6.14           14.18          18.22         130

DEVON MEADOWS  0.3             4.4             4.8            9.10           64

Goals: SOMERVILLE: J. Ryan 4, J. Sutton 3, L. Rowe 2, R. Hogenbirk 2, B. Crowe 2, T. McGenniss, J. Barbour, T. Shaw, D. Hirst, T. Hirst. DEVON MEADOWS: G. Michie 2, J. Bowe 2, J. Hazendonk, J. Henderson, A. Adams, C. O’Hare, S. Mihevc.Best: SOMERVILLE: R. Hogenbirk, J. Sutton, J. Ryan, L. Collie, K. McKenzie, A. Speedy. DEVON MEADOWS: C. Barker, P. Harmes, K. Salerno, J. Sullivan, J. Hillis, A. Adams.

 

ROSEBUD                 6.3             7.9            14.10          19.12         126

CRIB POINT             3.2             4.3             6.5             6.6            42

Goals: ROSEBUD: K. Downie 4, A. Rose 3, M. Kraska 2, P. Jones 2, B. Schultz 2, K. Corrin, B. Dwyer, R. Bos, J. Jarman, N. Boswell, G. Bentley. CRIB POINT: D. Warry 3, J. Deas, B. Arnold, L. Herrington.Best: ROSEBUD: G. Bentley, D. Wilson, S. Downie, B. Payne, K. Downie, A. Rose. CRIB POINT: Z. Condick, M. Hogan, D. Cook, T. Stratton, D. Vercoe, J. Espenschied.

 

RYE                          4.1             7.4             10.8          14.11          95

HASTINGS                4.6             6.9             6.11           8.13           61

Goals: RYE: M. Greig 4, M. Whelan 2, D. Millhouse 2, R. Mullett 2, N. Henley 2, B. Egan, A. Gileno. HASTINGS: C. McVeigh 3, M. Clifford, S. Foster, B. Dunne, D. Alanis, P. Mawson.Best: RYE: H. Devine – Richardson, R. Mullett, J. Jennings, L. Morse, D. Millhouse, J. Appleford. HASTINGS: S. Foster, B. Dunne, P. Rogasch, C. McVeigh, M. Clifford, N. Gray.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston 6 2 0 886 547 161.97 24
Somerville 6 2 0 879 574 153.14 24
Sorrento 6 2 0 829 561 147.77 24
Hastings 6 2 0 767 583 131.56 24
Rosebud 5 2 1 596 470 126.81 22
Red Hill 4 3 0 496 470 105.53 16
Rye 3 4 1 618 672 91.96 14
Devon Meadows 3 5 0 648 744 87.10 12
Dromana 3 4 0 530 627 84.53 12
Pearcedale 3 5 0 580 770 75.32 12
Crib Point 1 7 0 552 861 64.11 4
Tyabb 0 8 0 407 909 44.77 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

RESERVES

 

Dromana 17.9 111 def Tyabb 5.6 36

Sorrento 18.10 118 def Pearcedale 4.5 29

Somerville 8.9 57 def Devon Meadows 3.7 25

Rosebud 13.9 87 def Crib Point 4.8 32

Red Hill 10.9 69 def Frankston 3.2 20

Rye 11.15 81 def Hastings 3.5 23

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 7 1 0 686 237 289.45 28
Somerville 6 2 0 583 326 178.83 24
Frankston 5 2 1 470 363 129.48 22
Devon Meadows 5 2 1 445 398 111.81 22
Red Hill 5 2 0 360 341 105.57 20
Rye 4 4 0 479 361 132.69 16
Crib Point 4 4 0 450 361 124.65 16
Sorrento 4 4 0 462 466 99.14 16
Hastings 3 5 0 328 515 63.69 12
Dromana 2 5 0 423 390 108.46 8
Pearcedale 1 7 0 274 821 33.37 4
Tyabb 0 8 0 305 686 44.46 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

UNDER 19

 

Tyabb 13.8 86 def Dromana 6.11 47

Sorrento 17.17 119 def Pearcedale.7 13

Somerville 8.14 62 def Devon Meadows 4.5 29

Rosebud 14.14 98 def Crib Point.2 8

Red Hill 18.8 116 def Frankston 2.2 14

Hastings 15.11 101 def Rye 2.1 13

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Sorrento 7 1 0 967 227 425.99 28
Red Hill 7 0 0 687 162 424.07 28
Somerville 7 1 0 612 201 304.48 28
Rosebud 6 2 0 713 320 222.81 24
Frankston 5 3 0 546 370 147.57 20
Crib Point 4 4 0 375 480 78.13 16
Devon Meadows 3 5 0 414 411 100.73 12
Pearcedale 3 5 0 260 535 48.60 12
Tyabb 2 6 0 289 471 61.36 8
Hastings 2 6 0 269 690 38.99 8
Dromana 1 6 0 338 596 56.71 4
Rye 0 8 0 103 1110 9.28 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

A GRADE

 

Tyabb 54 def Dromana 27

Pearcedale 41 def Sorrento 24

Somerville 38 def Devon Meadows 20

Crib Point 49 def Rosebud 26

Red Hill 64 def Frankston 30

Rye bye

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Crib Point 8 0 0 325 145 224.14 32
Tyabb 7 1 0 396 194 204.12 28
Somerville 5 3 0 325 198 164.14 20
Devon Meadows 5 3 0 272 210 129.52 20
Dromana 5 2 0 256 224 114.29 20
Rosebud 5 3 0 282 299 94.31 20
Red Hill 4 3 0 292 290 100.69 16
Rye 3 5 0 240 310 77.42 12
Pearcedale 3 5 0 230 373 61.66 12
Frankston 1 7 0 186 354 52.54 4
Sorrento 1 7 0 159 366 43.44 4
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

B GRADE

 

Tyabb 73 def Dromana 33

Pearcedale 30 def Sorrento 23

Somerville 28 def Devon Meadows 26

Crib Point 37 def Rosebud 16

Frankston 55 def Red Hill 31

Rye 38 def Hastings 17

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Somerville 8 0 0 370 203 182.27 32
Tyabb 7 1 0 416 227 183.26 28
Devon Meadows 5 2 1 340 189 179.89 22
Crib Point 5 2 1 325 199 163.32 22
Frankston 5 3 0 337 281 119.93 20
Rye 4 4 0 271 323 83.90 16
Dromana 3 3 1 259 274 94.53 14
Rosebud 3 4 1 208 279 74.55 14
Red Hill 3 4 0 241 309 77.99 12
Pearcedale 1 7 0 187 352 53.13 4
Sorrento 1 7 0 171 328 52.13 4
Hastings 0 8 0 184 345 53.33 0
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

C GRADE

 

Tyabb 40 def Dromana 16

Pearcedale 53 def Sorrento 9

Devon Meadows 26 def Somerville 19

Crib Point 40 def Rosebud 19

Red Hill 42 def Frankston 27

Rye 35 def Hastings 29

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Devon Meadows 8 0 0 333 138 241.30 32
Crib Point 6 2 0 215 167 128.74 24
Pearcedale 5 2 1 208 155 134.19 22
Somerville 5 3 0 227 150 151.33 20
Tyabb 5 3 0 227 174 130.46 20
Rye 4 4 0 217 250 86.80 16
Frankston 3 4 1 194 201 96.52 14
Dromana 3 3 1 156 181 86.19 14
Rosebud 3 5 0 148 198 74.75 12
Red Hill 2 5 0 186 198 93.94 8
Sorrento 1 7 0 117 246 47.56 4
Hastings 0 7 1 96 266 36.09 2
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

17 AND UNDER

 

Dromana 23 def Tyabb 12

Rosebud 42 def Crib Point 12

Sorrento bye

Devon Meadows bye

Red Hill bye

Rye bye

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 7 1 0 210 109 192.66 28
Sorrento 7 1 0 217 124 175.00 28
Devon Meadows 7 1 0 115 96 119.79 28
Dromana 6 1 0 120 83 144.58 24
Red Hill 5 2 0 107 87 122.99 20
Tyabb 4 4 0 91 126 72.22 16
Rye 3 5 0 91 169 53.85 12
Crib Point 3 5 0 41 198 20.71 12
  • Rd4: Red Hill v Dromana to be played June 11

 

 

 

PENINSULA FNL SCOREBOARD

 

PINES                        3.0             6.3             9.6            13.6           84

BONBEACH              1.5             2.6             5.7             7.9            51

Goals: PINES: T. Bongetti 5, A. Edwards 3, G. Hendry, P. Scanlon, P. Jackson, H. Peace-Stirling, J. Boyle. BONBEACH: O. Hulett 2, M. Tyrell, D. Smith, A. Trowell, S. McDonald, B. Sykes.Best: PINES: T. Bongetti, B. Kiely, P. Jackson, C. Ash, L. Potts, J. Fisher. BONBEACH: C. Bryan, O. Hulett, A. Hogan, M. Tyrell, A. Waterstone, J. Sole.

 

FRANKSTON YCW   2.2             5.7            11.15          16.25         121

CHELSEA                  4.2             4.5             4.5             5.7            37

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: P. Minchington 5, A. Bruhn 3, L. Roberts 2, S. Widdowson, Z. Mosimane, R. Hodson, K. Hutchison, M. Debenham, B. Barry. CHELSEA: J. Clark 2, B. Clark, D. Aarsman, C. Bywater.Best: FRANKSTON YCW: K. Hutchison, R. Hodson, K. Lylak, P. Minchington, C. Nankervis, A. Bruhn. CHELSEA: G. Trew, J. Clark, T. Gardiner, B. Holman, B. Caia, J. Marshall.

 

KARINGAL               0.2             3.6             5.7            12.8           80

MORNINGTON          5.1             7.1             10.7           11.8           74

Goals: KARINGAL: L. Poholke 4, J. Kelly 3, M. Burke 2, A. Paxton, L. Duhig, C. Dixon. MORNINGTON: D. Whelan 3, J. Miller 3, J. Dickson 2, J. Calder, J. Smart, S. Seager.Best: KARINGAL: G. Goodall, A. Paxton, T. Wilkinson, J. Bradley, K. Nunn, L. Duhig. MORNINGTON: J. Haddock, B. De Ruyter, J. Cameron, N. Martin, J. Miller, J. Dickson.

 

MT ELIZA                 5.2             6.3             9.6            11.8           74

LANGWARRIN         0.1             1.2             2.4             5.6            36

Goals: MT ELIZA: J. Van Unen 6, J. Capkin 2, J. Clayton, D. Gormley, A. Vanin. LANGWARRIN: K. Albanese 2, C. Hanger, M. Parker, B. Peach.Best: MT ELIZA: B. Lambert, J. Van Unen, K. Lombardozzi, D. Barton, D. Booth. LANGWARRIN: M. Cuthbert, N. Hammill, A. Withers, B. Peach, H. Golby, L. Churcher.

 

EDITH-ASPEN           2.8             5.10            9.17          12.19          91

SEAFORD                 2.0             4.3             10.3           12.5           77

Goals: EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: M. Meehan 5, E. Macquire 3, B. Neville, L. Brodie, L. Harris, D. Warke. SEAFORD: J. Haidon 3, A. Walton 3, M. Andrews 2, J. Stokes, K. Henderson, K. Matthews, N. Braund.Best: EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: L. Harris, A. Macquire, E. Macquire, M. Meehan, T. Mannix. SEAFORD: N. Braund, J. Haidon, K. Matthews, M. Herbert, M. Andrews, A. Walton.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston YCW 8 0 0 996 297 335.35 32
Pines 6 3 0 828 674 122.85 24
Mt Eliza 6 2 0 661 559 118.25 24
Edith-Aspen 5 3 0 578 615 93.98 20
Karingal 3 4 1 572 740 77.30 14
Seaford 3 5 1 642 844 76.07 14
Bonbeach 3 5 0 575 668 86.08 12
Mornington 2 6 0 643 707 90.95 8
Chelsea 2 6 0 554 704 78.69 8
Langwarrin 2 6 0 454 695 65.32 8
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

RESERVES

 

Bonbeach 12.14 86 def Pines 2.3 15

Frankston YCW 12.8 80 def Chelsea 3.5 23

Karingal 14.5 89 def Mornington 3.8 26

Mt Eliza 5.9 39 def Langwarrin 5.7 37

Edithvale-Aspendale 8.7 55 def Seaford 6.8 44

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 7 1 0 727 280 259.64 28
Bonbeach 7 1 0 508 292 173.97 28
Frankston YCW 6 2 0 500 366 136.61 24
Langwarrin 5 3 0 556 412 134.95 20
Seaford 5 4 0 522 435 120.00 20
Karingal 4 4 0 501 472 106.14 16
Chelsea 3 5 0 401 507 79.09 12
Edithvale-Aspendale 2 6 0 316 506 62.45 8
Pines 2 7 0 315 700 45.00 8
Mornington 0 8 0 330 706 46.74 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER 19

 

Bonbeach 10.7 67 def Pines 9.5 59

Frankston YCW 13.13 91 def Chelsea 3.6 24

Mornington 11.6 72 def Karingal 6.9 45

Mt Eliza 7.10 52 def Langwarrin 5.7 37

Seaford 11.8 74 def Edithvale-Aspendale 4.9 33

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 8 0 0 630 275 229.09 32
Frankston YCW 7 1 0 719 278 258.63 28
Seaford 5 4 0 750 365 205.48 20
Langwarrin 5 3 0 591 398 148.49 20
Mornington 5 3 0 572 403 141.94 20
Karingal 4 4 0 537 497 108.05 16
Edithvale-Aspendale 4 4 0 517 489 105.73 16
Bonbeach 2 6 0 272 729 37.31 8
Chelsea 1 7 0 341 596 57.21 4
Pines 0 9 0 161 1060 15.19 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

A GRADE

 

Pines 48 def Bonbeach 37

Frankston YCW 60 def Chelsea 19

Karingal 45 def Mornington 37

Langwarrin 39 def Mt Eliza 28

Edithvale-Aspendale 48 def Seaford 33

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 8 0 0 443 169 262.13 32
Karingal 6 2 0 423 308 137.34 24
Frankston YCW 6 2 0 353 269 131.23 24
Seaford 6 3 0 399 356 112.08 24
Mornington 4 4 0 359 295 121.69 16
Mt Eliza 4 4 0 389 346 112.43 16
Langwarrin 4 4 0 309 336 91.96 16
Pines 2 7 0 357 434 82.26 8
Chelsea 1 7 0 201 414 48.55 4
Bonbeach 0 8 0 182 488 37.30 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

B GRADE

 

Pines 46 def Bonbeach 35

Frankston YCW 48 def Chelsea 21

Karingal 58 def Mornington 31

Mt Eliza 46 def Langwarrin 39

Edithvale-Aspendale 44 def Seaford 19

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 7 1 0 424 178 238.20 28
Karingal 7 1 0 411 211 194.79 28
Frankston YCW 5 3 0 345 257 134.24 20
Mornington 5 3 0 302 285 105.96 20
Mt Eliza 5 3 0 315 298 105.70 20
Seaford 4 4 0 282 264 106.82 16
Langwarrin 3 5 0 278 324 85.80 12
Chelsea 3 5 0 238 349 68.19 12
Pines 1 7 0 228 406 56.16 4
Bonbeach 0 8 0 185 436 42.43 0

 

C GRADE

 

Pines 35 def Bonbeach 24

Frankston YCW 39 def Chelsea 22

Karingal 61 def Mornington 31

Mt Eliza 39 def Langwarrin 34

Edithvale-Aspendale 75 def Seaford 20

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 7 0 1 453 188 240.96 30
Karingal 7 1 0 384 238 161.34 28
Mt Eliza 7 1 0 370 250 148.00 28
Frankston YCW 5 2 1 329 226 145.58 22
Langwarrin 4 4 0 269 227 118.50 16
Mornington 3 5 0 294 309 95.15 12
Seaford 3 5 0 278 298 93.29 12
Chelsea 2 6 0 230 328 70.12 8
Pines 1 7 0 200 395 50.63 4
Bonbeach 0 8 0 127 475 26.74 0

 

D GRADE

 

Pines 24 def Bonbeach 19

Frankston YCW 28 def Chelsea 13

Karingal 56 def Mornington 8

Mt Eliza 29 def Langwarrin 16

Edithvale-Aspendale 39 def Seaford 10

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 8 0 0 334 84 397.62 32
Mt Eliza 8 0 0 298 158 188.61 32
Karingal 6 2 0 285 155 183.87 24
Frankston YCW 5 3 0 216 163 132.52 20
Langwarrin 4 4 0 177 164 107.93 16
Pines 3 5 0 130 229 56.77 12
Chelsea 2 5 1 138 243 56.79 10
Seaford 2 6 0 129 205 62.93 8
Bonbeach 1 6 1 139 267 52.06 6
Mornington 0 8 0 115 293 39.25 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.