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Brendan Rhodes-27JONTY’S JOTTINGS

by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 18 June 2016

SEAFORD took full advantage of an injury-crippled Chelsea to end the Seagulls’ season and stay within touching distance of the top five with a 91-point belting at Chelsea Reserve yesterday.

footy3Chelsea had the better of the first half of the Telstra RPP FM Match of the Day, but once again failed to put the score on the Rye Hotel Scoreboard as it led by a point at the main break, despite the best efforts of debutant big man Jackson Roder, Daniel Aarsman and James Brain.

But the wheels were already off the wagon by that stage, with Matt Gardiner (ankle) and Josh Tripcony (ribs) out of action early, to be joined before half-time by Grant Trew (achilles) and Brain (knee), leaving the Seagulls to play the entire second half with no interchange.

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Matt Herbert proudly displays his Best on Ground trophy with RPP FM commentators Jonty & Michael Voss

And Tigers cashed in, piling on 9.5 to 0.1 in third term and 7.4 to 2.0 in the last as Mornington Peninsula Brewery Player of the Day, Matt Herbert, Aaron Walton and Jonothan Haidon had a field day.

In other games, Bonbeach moved into fourth spot with a hard-fought eight-point win over Karingal, Pines escaped by five points against a gallant but wayward Langwarrin, Justin van Unen booted seven goals as Mt Eliza disposed of Edithvale-Aspendale by 51 points and Frankston YCW repeated its triple-figure Grand Final obliteration of Mornington to win by 112 points.

Earlier, it was a scrappy opening to a clash in which both teams desperately needed to win to stay in touch with the top five.

Turnovers were the order of the day, and at one stage six consecutive kicks down the grandstand wing were marked and returned by the opposition.

Chelsea did have the better of these early exchanges, getting out by as many as 14 points early in the second term at 3.4 (22) to.2 (8), but the Seagulls were extremely wasteful, and some of the set-shot goalkicking –action and results – could only be described as embarrassing.footy5

Although they had all the play and the scoreboard advantage, the injuries were starting to take their toll, and by the time experienced star David Willett burst from a pack and kicked a classic long goal from 50 midway through the final quarter, Chelsea had conceded 14 majors in a row.

And it got no better as Seaford continued its percentage-building rampage, with Herbert sneaking forward from full back to finish with three goals, 200-gamer Joe Hallal and fellow small forward Kyle Matthews having a field day with four majors each, Walton kicking three and Haidon snagging a couple.

The only Tigers’ forward not to cash in was Jackson Mockett, who did everything right as a lead-up marking target except finish off, ending with.5 for the day.

The Seagulls finished with 17 men on the ground as Jake Greeley joined the casualty ward with a suspected broken arm late in the match.

Bonbeach moved into fourth spot with a hard-fought eight-point win over Karingal at Ballam Park.

The Sharks failed to kick a goal in the opening quarter and trailed by 17 points as Leigh Poholke dominated up forward with five goals for the Bulls and Duncan Proud turned back just about every forward thrust from the visitors, while Aaron Paxton and Aaron Lees were winning plenty of the ball.

But Bonbeach worked its way back into the game with four goals to one in the second term to take the lead, with Luke Damon (three goals) making his presence felt and Jackson Bennett, Jacob Flannery and Shane McDonald took over in the midfield.

The second half turned into a battle of wills, with the Sharks wasting several chances to put the Bulls away, but doing enough to find their noses in front at the right time.

Pines escaped by five points against a gallant but wayward Langwarrin at Eric Bell Reserve.

The bottom-placed Kangaroos took it up to their more fancied opponents all day and finished with 18 scoring shots to 13, but good teams do what they have to do and the second-ranked Pythons looked like they were getting on top with a 15-point lead at the final change with Aaron Edwards having booted three goals and Adam Marriner and Shane Waterstone in control.

Langwarrin came again, holding Pines to just two behinds in the final term, but could only find two of the three goals it needed, despite the desperate efforts of Blake Peach and debutant under-19 star Zach Andrewartha.

Justin van Unen booted seven goals as Mt Eliza disposed of Edithvale-Aspendale by 51 points at Regent’s Park to leave the Eagles’ top five position in jeopardy.

Mick Meehan kicked three for the Eagles, but they were never in the game after the Redlegs kicked away with five goals to one in the opening term.

Frankston YCW repeated its triple-figure Grand Final obliteration of Mornington to win by 112 points at Alexandra Park.

The Stonecats led by just 10 points at quarter-time, but seven goals to one in the second term blew the match open and nine to one in the last finished it off as four players booted four goals each in another scary display of the champion’s potency.

THE unpredictable Nepean League again lived up to its billing with two – and almost three – more big upsets.
Dromana stunned Somerville by 37 points at Somerville for its best win of the year and Devon Meadows overturned Sorrento by two points, while Crib Point fell just two points short of halting a wasteful Rye’s momentum at RJ Rowley Reserve.

At Somerville, the Tigers took control in the first quarter and led all day to dismantle one of the premiership favourites, after having done the same thing to Sorrento early in the season.

Ethan Johnstone (five goals), coach Rikki Johnston (three) and Beau Cosson (three) dominated up forward for Dromana, while Rory Gregg, Christian Ongarello and Dean Waugh starred further up the ground.

Billy Rolfe booted three goals and Rohan Hogenbirk were in fine touch for the Eagles, but it will go down as a day to forget for last year’s Grand Finalists.

At David McFarlane Reserve, Devon Meadows withstood a last quarter blitz from Sorrento for a win that kept its season alive for another week.

The Panthers controlled the game for three quarters on the back of starring roles from Jayden Sullivan and Jesse Dehey and three goals each to Jack Hazendonk, Glenn Michie and Kyle Salerno, leading by 24 points with one term to play.

But the Sharks awoke in the final quarter on the back of Nick Corp’s six goals and the run of James Brigden, Luke Tapscott and Tyrren Head, charging home with four goals to one.

It took some desperate defence from the visitors and some wonky kicking from the home team – 4.7 to.3 for the term – to deny Sorrento at the death.
While the Panthers celebrated being on the right side of the ledger, there was no such luck for Crib Point, as the Magpies just failed to hold out Rye.

The Magpies were in the spotlight during the week for their underwhelming start to the season, and James, David and Tim Cook responded in fine fashion to lead a thrilling contest at every change.

But despite kicking 2.9 in the last term, the Demons did what Sorrento couldn’t do, and got themselves in front at the siren, and they had Matt Greig (four goals), Ryan Mullett and Kris Bardon to thank.

Frankston consolidated top spot when it brushed aside reigning premier Rosebud by 33 points at Greg Beck Oval, with Ryan Marks-Logan the star in a match where no player from either team was able to kick multiple goals.

Harry Larwill had a day out with seven goals as Red Hill easily beat Pearcedale by 69 points at Red Hill to move back into the top five and Hastings trio Colin McVeigh (seven goals), Dale Alanis and Luke Hewitt (six each) ensured the Blues bounced back from a disappointing loss last week to smash neighbours Tyabb by 139 points at Thomas Barclay Oval.

IT’S THE REIGNING PREMIER AND ONE OF THE HEIR APPARENTS WHEN ROSEBUD TAKES ON SOMERVILLE IN THE RPP FM TELSTRA STORES MORNINGTON AND ROSEBUD MATCH OF THE DAY AT OLYMPIC OVAL ON SATURDAY. CAN THE BUDS PUSH BACK INTO THE TOP FIVE OR WILL THE EAGLES STRENGTHEN THEIR PUSH FOR A DOUBLE CHANCE. JOIN MICHAEL VOSS AND BRENDAN RHODES FROM.45PM SATURDAY ON 97.3FM, THE RPPFM APP OR www.rppfm.com.au FOR ALL THE ACTION.

PENINSULA FNL ON THE RYE HOTEL SCOREBOARD 

SEAFORD                 2.1             3.5            12.10          19.14         128

CHELSEA                  2.2             3.6             3.7             5.7            37

Goals: SEAFORD: K. Matthews 4, J. Hallal 4, A. Walton 3, M. Herbert 3, J. Haidon 2, J. Mockett, C. Murfett, N. Braund. CHELSEA: J. Greeley, J. Marshall, D. Willett, J. Roder, J. Nanopoulos.

Best: SEAFORD: M. Herbert, A. Walton, J. Haidon, J. Hallal, K. Matthews, D. Kemble, K. Taylor, Brad Doyle, J. Mockett, K. Shaw. CHELSEA: J. Roder, D. Aarsman, C. Edmunds, B. Clark, B. Holman.

Details will be updated as they come to hand.

Photography Rab Siddhi

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OTHER RESULTS IN LOCAL LEAGUES

MT ELIZA                 5.4             8.9            12.10          14.12          96

EDI-ASP                    1.1             2.3             5.7             6.9            45

Goals: MT ELIZA: J. Van Unen 7, N. Ryan 2, B. Landry, R. Heasley, D. Gormley, J. Clayton, S. Gill. EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: M. Meehan 3, T. Woodbridge, E. Macquire, W. Flavelle.

Best: MT ELIZA: N. Ryan, S. Gill, J. Van Unen, B. Shaw, D. Gormley. EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: N. Carlon, T. Turner, B. Neville, S. Mannix, J. Heys, S. Fisher.

 

BONBEACH              0.3             4.7             7.10           9.14           68

KARINGAL               3.2             4.4             7.5             9.6            60

Goals: BONBEACH: L. Damon 3, S. McDonald 2, A. Trowell 2, G. Carpenter, O. Hulett. KARINGAL: L. Poholke 5, M. Burke, K. Nunn, J. Matthews, J. Kelly.

Best: BONBEACH: J. Bennett, J. Flannery, S. McDonald, A. Trowell, O. Hulett, D. Smith. KARINGAL: D. Proud, L. Poholke, A. Paxton, A. Lees, C. Dixon, T. Wilkinson.

FRANKSTON YCW   4.4             11.7           14.11          23.17         155

MORNINGTON          3.0             4.1             5.4             6.7            43

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: P. Minchington 4, A. Bruhn 4, K. Hutchison 4, J. Butland 4, L. Paynter 2, D. Hughes 2, K. Lylak, M. Debenham, L. Roberts. MORNINGTON: M. Williams, J. Dickson, J. Smart, D. Whelan, W. Miller, J. Miller.

Best: FRANKSTON YCW: K. Hutchison, P. Minchington, L. Collins, B. Barry, K. Lylak, J. Butland. MORNINGTON: N. Martin, A. Williams, B. De Ruyter, J. Dickson, R. Odell, Q. Christy.

 

PINES                        2.2             3.2             8.3             8.5            53

LANGWARRIN         1.1             3.6             4.12           6.12           48

Goals: PINES: A. Edwards 3, D. Plane, S. Waterstone, G. Hendry, B. Kiely, L. Potts.. LANGWARRIN: S. Herdman 2, J. Biggs, M. Porter, S. Rosario, A. Taylor.

Best: PINES: A. Marriner, S. Waterstone, A. Edwards, C. Ash, J. Boyle, B. Hendry. LANGWARRIN: B. Peach, Z. Andrewartha, N. Tuddenham, M. Porter, S. Herdman, M. Cuthbert.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston YCW 9 0 0 1151 340 338.53 36
Mt Eliza 7 2 0 757 604 125.33 28
Pines 7 3 0 881 722 122.02 28
Bonbeach 5 5 0 730 791 92.29 20
Edith-Aspen 5 5 0 686 798 85.96 20
Seaford 4 5 1 770 881 87.40 18
Karingal 3 5 1 632 808 78.22 14
Mornington 2 7 0 686 862 79.58 8
Chelsea 2 7 0 591 832 71.03 8
Langwarrin 2 7 0 502 748 67.11 8
  • Rd10 Edithvale-Aspendale v Bonbeach played Queen’s Birthday
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

RESERVES

 

Chelsea 12.13 85 def Seaford 6.10 46

Mt Eliza 14.11 95 def Edithvale-Aspendale 3.3 21

Karingal 9.6 60 def Bonbeach 6.5 41

Frankston YCW 15.6 96 def Mornington 1.8 14

Langwarrin 11.12 78 def Pines 4.2 26

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 8 1 0 822 301 273.09 32
Bonbeach 8 2 0 609 365 166.85 32
Frankston YCW 7 2 0 596 380 156.84 28
Langwarrin 6 3 0 634 438 144.75 24
Karingal 5 4 0 561 513 109.36 20
Seaford 5 5 0 568 520 109.23 20
Chelsea 4 5 0 486 553 87.88 16
Edithvale-Aspendale 2 8 0 350 661 52.95 8
Pines 2 8 0 341 778 43.83 8
Mornington 0 9 0 344 802 42.89 0
  • Rd10 Edithvale-Aspendale v Bonbeach played Queen’s Birthday
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER 19

 

Seaford 17.10 112 def Chelsea 2.6 18

Edithvale-Aspendale 8.11 59 def Mt Eliza 5.9 39

Karingal 15.6 96 def Bonbeach 9.5 59

Frankston YCW 11.15 81 def Mornington 7.6 48

Langwarrin 10.12 72 def Pines 2.2 14

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston YCW 8 1 0 800 326 245.40 32
Mt Eliza 8 1 0 669 334 200.30 32
Seaford 6 4 0 862 383 225.07 24
Langwarrin 6 3 0 663 412 160.92 24
Mornington 5 4 0 620 484 128.10 20
Karingal 5 4 0 633 556 113.85 20
Edithvale-Aspendale 5 5 0 620 584 106.16 20
Bonbeach 3 7 0 387 869 44.53 12
Chelsea 1 8 0 359 708 50.71 4
Pines 0 10 0 175 1132 15.46 0
  • Rd10 Edithvale-Aspendale v Bonbeach played Queen’s Birthday
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

A GRADE

 

Seaford 49 def Chelsea 22

Edithvale-Aspendale 46 def Mt Eliza 14

Karingal 77 def Bonbeach 12

Mornington 39 def Frankston YCW 33

Langwarrin 50 def Pines 36

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 9 0 0 489 183 267.21 36
Karingal 7 2 0 500 320 156.25 28
Seaford 7 3 0 448 378 118.52 28
Frankston YCW 6 3 0 386 308 125.32 24
Mornington 5 4 0 398 328 121.34 20
Langwarrin 5 4 0 359 372 96.51 20
Mt Eliza 4 5 0 403 392 102.81 16
Pines 2 8 0 393 484 81.20 8
Chelsea 1 8 0 223 463 48.16 4
Bonbeach 0 9 0 194 565 34.34 0

 

B GRADE

 

Seaford 42 def Chelsea 23

Edithvale-Aspendale 45 def Mt Eliza 31

Karingal 78 def Bonbeach 18

Frankston YCW 41 def Mornington 36

Langwarrin 45 def Pines 43

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 8 1 0 469 209 224.40 32
Karingal 8 1 0 489 229 213.54 32
Frankston YCW 6 3 0 386 293 131.74 24
Seaford 5 4 0 324 287 112.89 20
Mornington 5 4 0 338 326 103.68 20
Mt Eliza 5 4 0 346 343 100.87 20
Langwarrin 4 5 0 323 367 88.01 16
Chelsea 3 6 0 261 391 66.75 12
Pines 1 8 0 271 451 60.09 4
Bonbeach 0 9 0 203 514 39.49 0

 

C GRADE

 

Seaford 33 def Chelsea 19

Edithvale-Aspendale 58 def Mt Eliza 25

Karingal 77 def Bonbeach 19

Mornington 35 def Frankston YCW 33

Langwarrin 46 def Pines 39

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 8 0 1 511 213 239.91 34
Karingal 8 1 0 461 257 179.38 32
Mt Eliza 7 2 0 395 308 128.25 28
Frankston YCW 5 3 1 362 265 136.60 22
Langwarrin 5 4 0 315 266 118.42 20
Seaford 4 5 0 311 317 98.11 16
Mornington 4 5 0 333 342 97.37 16
Chelsea 2 7 0 249 361 68.98 8
Pines 1 8 0 239 441 54.20 4
Bonbeach 0 9 0 146 552 26.45 0

 

D GRADE

 

Seaford 31 def Chelsea 22

Edithvale-Aspendale 31 def Mt Eliza 17

Karingal 51 def Bonbeach 15

Frankston YCW 45 def Mornington 11

Langwarrin 38 def Pines 22

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edith-Aspen 9 0 0 365 101 361.39 36
Mt Eliza 8 1 0 315 189 166.67 32
Karingal 7 2 0 336 170 197.65 28
Frankston YCW 6 3 0 261 174 150.00 24
Langwarrin 5 4 0 215 186 115.59 20
Seaford 3 6 0 160 227 70.48 12
Pines 3 6 0 152 267 56.93 12
Chelsea 2 6 1 160 274 58.39 10
Bonbeach 1 7 1 154 318 48.43 6
Mornington 0 9 0 126 338 37.28 0

 

 

 

NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

 

DROMANA                 .                 .                 .             16.11         107

SOMERVILLE            .                 .                 .             10.10          70

Goals: DROMANA: E. Johnstone 5, R. Johnston 3, B. Cosson 3, B. Quigley, T. Wheeler, A. Bird, C. Williams, R. Sydenham. SOMERVILLE: B. Rolfe 3, B. Crowe, L. Rowe, T. McGenniss, J. Ryan, T. Shaw, B. Sedgwick, R. Hogenbirk.

Best: DROMANA: R. Gregg, E. Johnstone, C. Ongarello, D. Waugh, C. Williams. SOMERVILLE: R. Hogenbirk, B. Rolfe, J. Sutton, K. McKenzie, J. Westerman, L. Collie.

 

DEVON MEADOWS  4.1             7.7             12.9          13.12          90

SORRENTO               3.2             5.4             8.9           12.16          88

Goals: DEVON MEADOWS: J. Hazendonk 3, G. Michie 3, K. Salerno 3, C. Barker 2, S. Roberts, C. Doria. SORRENTO: N. Corp 6, M. Gardner, Z. Byrns, T. Langford, S. Gladman, G. Stringer, J. Boase.

Best: DEVON MEADOWS: J. Sullivan, J. Dehey, C. Doria, S. Roberts, J. Hazendonk, J. Henderson. SORRENTO: N. Corp, J. Brigden, L. Tapscott, T. Head, J. Boase, Z. Byrns.

 

HASTINGS                7.4            14.11          17.16          25.18         168

TYABB                      0.2             1.2             4.3             4.5            29

Goals: HASTINGS: C. McVeigh 7, L. Hewitt 6, D. Alanis 6, M. Clifford 2, S. Foster 2, P. Rogasch, L. Brouwer. TYABB: D. Underwood 2, T. Oostveen, J. Anderson.

Best: HASTINGS: C. McVeigh, L. Hewitt, D. Alanis, N. Gray, J. Hewitt, S. Foster. TYABB: C. Harris, S. Miller, J. Connell, J. Baxter, J. Anderson, L. Rigg.

 

RYE                          4.4             6.6             9.11          11.20          86

CRIB POINT             5.0             7.3             11.6           13.6           84

Goals: RYE: M. Greig 4, B. Winters-Kerr 2, J. Appleford, M. Whelan, A. Gileno, R. Mullett, H. Devine-Richardson. CRIB POINT: L. Herrington 3, D. Warry 2, D. Cook 2, J. Deas, B. Davidson, P. Smith, B. Arnold, T. Wilton, D. Vercoe.

Best: RYE: R. Mullett, K. Bardon, R. Taylor, J. Jennings, B. Egan, A. Kirkwood. CRIB POINT: J. Cook, D. Cook, T. Cook, D. Warry, Z. Condick, J. Deas.

 

RED HILL                 2.5             7.6             12.8          17.11         113

PEARCEDALE           0.3             1.5             4.7             6.8            44

Goals: RED HILL: H. Larwill 7, S. Marchetti 3, T. McKinley 2, P. Dal Lago, J. Ross, A. Mock, C. Kennedy, J. Mold. PEARCEDALE: D. Hoare 2, G. Anderson, P. Heijden, L. Murray, T. Jacobson.

Best: RED HILL: J. Mold, S. Marchetti, H. Larwill, C. Kennedy, M. Dillon, T. McKinley. PEARCEDALE: T. Jacobson, A. Harnett, D. Hoare, L. Marshall, G. Anderson, K. Searle.

 

FRANKSTON             1.2             3.7             6.9            9.10           64

ROSEBUD                 0.4             2.4             3.6             4.7            31

Goals: FRANKSTON: R. Marks-Logan, M. Maiorino, G. Masterson, A. Williams, J. Degenhardt, J. Kingsbury, Z. Longham, J. Francis, C. Micari. ROSEBUD: S. Downie, K. Downie, B. Schultz, D. Wilson.

Best: FRANKSTON: R. Marks-Logan, J. Francis, S. Fox, J. Amalfi, J. Kingsbury, C. Micari. ROSEBUD: G. Bentley, S. Downie, K. Downie, N. Boswell, D. Wilson, R. Spooner.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston 7 2 0 950 578 164.36 28
Hastings 7 2 0 935 612 152.78 28
Somerville 6 3 0 949 681 139.35 24
Sorrento 6 4 0 975 719 135.61 24
Red Hill 6 3 0 707 607 116.47 24
Rosebud 5 3 1 627 534 117.42 22
Rye 5 4 1 772 814 94.84 22
Dromana 4 5 0 730 795 91.82 16
Devon Meadows 4 5 0 738 832 88.70 16
Pearcedale 3 6 0 624 883 70.67 12
Crib Point 1 8 0 636 947 67.16 4
Tyabb 0 9 0 436 1077 40.48 0
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

RESERVES

 

Somerville 8.10 58 def Dromana 6.12 48

Sorrento 17.12 114 def Devon Meadows 3.3 21

Hastings 9.6 60 drew Tyabb 9.6 60

Rye 16.7 103 def Crib Point 4.6 30

Red Hill 19.16 130 def Pearcedale 1.0 6

Rosebud 8.16 64 def Frankston 4.6 30

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 8 1 0 750 267 280.90 32
Somerville 7 2 0 641 374 171.39 28
Red Hill 7 2 0 557 390 142.82 28
Rye 6 4 0 626 430 145.58 24
Frankston 5 3 1 500 427 117.10 22
Devon Meadows 5 3 1 466 512 91.02 22
Sorrento 5 5 0 615 531 115.82 20
Crib Point 4 5 0 480 464 103.45 16
Hastings 3 5 1 388 575 67.48 14
Dromana 2 7 0 514 515 99.81 8
Pearcedale 1 8 0 280 951 29.44 4
Tyabb 0 8 1 365 746 48.93 2
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

UNDER 19

 

Somerville 13.16 94 def Dromana 1.2 8

Sorrento 18.15 123 def Devon Meadows 3.4 22

Hastings 7.7 49 def Tyabb 3.6 24

Crib Point 23.10 148 def Rye 3.2 20

Red Hill 19.19 133 def Pearcedale 2.2 14

Rosebud 7.4 46 def Frankston 3.7 25

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Red Hill 9 0 0 973 190 512.11 36
Sorrento 9 1 0 1249 250 499.60 36
Somerville 8 1 0 706 209 337.80 32
Rosebud 7 2 0 759 345 220.00 28
Frankston 5 4 0 571 416 137.26 20
Crib Point 5 4 0 523 500 104.60 20
Devon Meadows 3 6 0 436 534 81.65 12
Hastings 3 6 0 318 714 44.54 12
Pearcedale 3 6 0 274 668 41.02 12
Tyabb 2 7 0 313 520 60.19 8
Dromana 1 8 0 360 843 42.70 4
Rye 0 10 0 124 1417 8.75 0
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

A GRADE

 

Somerville 47 def Dromana 19

Devon Meadows 56 def Sorrento 12

Crib Point 35 def Rye 29

Red Hill 42 def Pearcedale 21

Frankston 46 drew Rosebud 46

Tyabb bye

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Crib Point 9 0 0 360 174 206.90 36
Tyabb 8 1 0 396 194 204.12 32
Somerville 6 3 0 372 217 171.43 24
Devon Meadows 6 3 0 328 222 147.75 24
Red Hill 6 3 0 395 342 115.50 24
Rosebud 5 3 1 328 345 95.07 22
Dromana 5 4 0 306 332 92.17 20
Rye 4 6 0 307 367 83.65 16
Pearcedale 3 6 0 251 415 60.48 12
Frankston 1 7 1 232 400 58.00 6
Sorrento 1 9 0 193 460 41.96 4
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

B GRADE

 

Somerville 53 def Dromana 29

Devon Meadows 68 def Sorrento 14

Tyabb 59 def Hastings 8

Crib Point 43 def Rye 19

Red Hill 38 def Pearcedale 27

Frankston 62 def Rosebud 32

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Somerville 9 0 0 423 232 182.33 36
Tyabb 8 1 0 475 235 202.13 32
Devon Meadows 6 2 1 408 203 200.99 26
Crib Point 6 2 1 368 218 168.81 26
Frankston 6 3 0 399 313 127.48 24
Red Hill 5 4 0 319 366 87.16 20
Rye 5 5 0 334 391 85.42 20
Dromana 3 5 1 318 367 86.65 14
Rosebud 3 5 1 240 341 70.38 14
Pearcedale 1 8 0 214 390 54.87 4
Sorrento 1 9 0 210 440 47.73 4
Hastings 0 9 0 192 404 47.52 0
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

C GRADE

 

Somerville 36 def Dromana 10

Devon Meadows 56 def Sorrento 10

Tyabb 40 def Hastings 11

Crib Point 33 def Rye 20

Red Hill 30 def Pearcedale 25

Frankston 26 def Rosebud 23

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Devon Meadows 9 0 0 389 148 262.84 36
Crib Point 7 2 0 248 187 132.62 28
Somerville 6 3 0 263 160 164.38 24
Tyabb 6 3 0 267 185 144.32 24
Pearcedale 5 3 1 233 185 125.95 22
Rye 5 5 0 282 294 95.92 20
Frankston 4 4 1 220 224 98.21 18
Red Hill 4 5 0 260 239 108.79 16
Dromana 3 5 1 182 261 69.73 14
Rosebud 3 6 0 171 224 76.34 12
Sorrento 1 9 0 138 347 39.77 4
Hastings 0 8 1 107 306 34.97 2
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

17 AND UNDER

 

Sorrento 46 def Devon Meadows 29

Rye 28 def Crib Point 26

Dromana bye

Tyabb bye

Red Hill bye

Rosebud bye

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Sorrento 9 1 0 298 172 173.26 36
Rosebud 8 1 0 210 109 192.66 32
Dromana 8 1 0 142 101 140.59 32
Devon Meadows 7 2 0 144 142 101.41 28
Red Hill 6 3 0 125 109 114.68 24
Tyabb 5 4 0 91 126 72.22 20
Rye 4 6 0 138 230 60.00 16
Crib Point 3 6 0 67 226 29.65 12
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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.