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Brendan Rhodes-27JONTY’S JOTTINGS

Round 13 by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 16 July 2016

AN eight-goal masterclass from Mick Meehan locked up Edithvale-Aspendale’s spot in the Peninsula League finals and kept alive its top three hopes with a dominant 52-point victory over Langwarrin in the Telstra Stores Mornington and Rosebud RPP FM Match of the Day at Lloyd Park on Saturday.footy 1

But more about that later, because the real story was in the Nepean League at Glover Reserve, where Devon Meadows recorded one of the most emotional and famous victories seen in country footy for many years when it overran Rye by 17 points.

The Panthers had every right to be shattered, and there is no doubt they were after the sad passing of vice-captain Beau Miller to cancer on Thursday, and there would have been nobody willing to criticise them if they had been unable to even take the field against the Demons.

But not only did Devon Meadows run out, it did so with 23 men as

Miller was there in spirit to lift his teammates to a victory that nobody could possibly begrudge them achieving.

Rye controlled the first half and looked well placed to potentially move into the top three entered the last month of the season when it built a 25-point advantage at half-time on the back of another dominant display from league medal favourite Ryan Mullett, Leigh Morse and Jimmy Jennings, as well as three goals from Dean Millhouse.

But the Panthers came out of the sheds for the third quarter like a team possessed, and they did it for Beau, piling on 6.1 to 0.1 to turn for home with an 11-point advantage.

With Jesse Dehey, Kyle Beveridge and Chris Doria leading from the front and Ashley Adams booting three goals, Devon Meadows cleared out to a 29-point advantage late in the game, with two late goals to Rye only serving to delay the outpouring of emotion that came at the final siren in what was the perfect tribute to a much-loved mate.

footy2At Lloyd Park, Edithvale-Aspendale wasted no time showing the class gap between the top five and the ninth-placed Kangaroos, moving the ball forward quickly, where goalsneaks William Flavelle (three goals) and Darcy Warke (one) looked dangerous whenever it went near them.

Todd Woodbridge dominated on the wing for the Eagles, Craig Wray continued his fine season in defence, Brendan Neville and Tim Mannix were outstanding in the middle and Jack Doman showed plenty of promise.

Despite their control, however, the Eagles were unable to shake Langwarrin on the Rye Hotel Scoreboard, with their 29-point half-time lead having been helped by a lack of system from the home team.

The Kangaroos were hamstrung by the lack of a big target up forward, and often were caught out going side to side instead of direct, giving Edithvale-Aspendale plenty of time to get back and help the defence out.

Nick Tuddenham and Shane Paterson led the way for Langwarrin, while Matthew Naughton worked tirelessly in the ruck and Mitchell Cuthbert never gave up down back, but it only appeared a matter of time.

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Eagle Mike Meehan takes out the Man of the Match sponsored by Mornington Peninsula Brewery

That time came in the third quarter, and it was sparked by Mornington Peninsula Brewery Player of the Day Meehan, who had earlier kicked his 50th goal of the season with his first of the day.

Meehan turned on a show to kick four consecutive goals midway through the term, and with Flavelle putting his hand up for goal of the year with a spectacular running, bouncing, solo effort, the Eagles suddenly led by 62 points and looked on their way to a percentage-boosting triple-figure triumph.

The only downside was a potentially serious ankle injury to Tom Turner, while Dan McCarthy and Joel O’Sullivan finished on the bench with leg problems.footy5

To Langwarrin’s credit, the Roos picked up their workrate and kicked the next three goals either side of three quarter-time, with the best story they could take out of the game being the performance of debutants Kyle Busuttil-Inglis and Cody Howard.

Busuttil-Inglis in particular showed he wasn’t out of place at senior level with an assured display which was rewarded by two goals – he should certainly hold his spot in the team for the rest of the season for valuable experience.

Aaron Edwards kicked nine goals as Pines slapped down a challenge to its top three position with devastating effect, smashing Bonbeach by 72 points at Eric Bell Reserve.

The Pythons led by just seven points at half-time, but found another gear that the Sharks just didn’t have, kicking 11.5 to 0.6 for the second half as Adam Maling and Chris Guganovic also dominated.

Mt Eliza snuffed out the finals chances of a gallant Karingal with a 23-point win at Ballam Park.

The Bulls led by eight points at three quarter-time to raise hopes of an upset, but the Redlegs lifted when required, kicking five unanswered goals in the last quarter to double their score and hold onto second spot on the ladder.

Frankston YCW took three quarters to shake off the challenge of a gutsy Chelsea at Chelsea, finally kicking the last four goals to win by 44 points after holding just a 21-point advantage at the final change, while Jackson Calder was the third forward to have a day out, piling on nine goals as Mornington finally produced its best form to destroy Seaford by 74 points at Alexandra Park.

Back in the Nepean League, and Sorrento edged clear of Dromana in the final quarter at David McFarlane Reserve to end the Tigers’ season with an 11-point victory.

The Tigers were charging into finals contention, but their inconsistent form meant they simply had to keep winning – and it was a task they looked up to when they led at every change in a bid to beat the Sharks for the second time this season.

Beau Cosson’s four goals and the form of Christian Ongarello and Billy Quigley had Dromana in the box seat when it led by four goals midway through the third term.

But Sorrento’s own season was on the line, and Nick Corp (five goals) responded along with Luke Tapscott, Nick Marston and Jack Gipp to get back within seven at the last change before kicking four goals to one in the last term.

The Jekyll and Hyde nature of the Nepean competition was never more evident than at Olympic Oval, where Rosebud hammered Hastings by 46 points to take the Blues’ spot in the top three.

Back in Round 2, three months ago to the day, Hastings had embarrassed Rosebud by 103 points at Thomas Barclay Oval, but it was a totally different Buds line-up that turned the tables, with captain Greg Bentley driving the revenge.

Bentley kicked four goals in a best-on-ground display as the Buds dominated from start to finish with Nick Boswell and Daniel Wilson continuing their fine seasons to outclass a Hastings team that had little support for Mark Devereaux and Paul Rogasch.

Somerville moved back into the top five, seeing off a third quarter challenge from Pearcedale to win by 43 points at Pearcedale.

The Eagles led by 50 points early in the third term before the Panthers rallied either side of three quarter-time to get back within 20 points during the final term, only for the six-goal performance from the in-form Ben Crowe to eventually overwhelm them a second time.

Red Hill moved into second spot on the ladder with a 66-point win over Crib Point that should have been much bigger – the Hillmen wasted a percentage-building opportunity by kicking 14.24.

Frankston certainly didn’t waste its chance to build percentage, consolidating top spot with a 154-point smashing of a hapless Tyabb at Greg Beck Oval.

James Degenhardt (six goals), Zac Longham (five) and Michael Maiorino (four) had a field day as the Yabbies failed to even score until midway through the final quarter before Danny Pullen’s late major got them to 1.3 and helped them save some face.

ARCH-RIVALS AND NEIGHBOURS RYE AND ROSEBUD PLAYED A DRAW WHEN THEY MET IN THE SEASON OPENER BACK ON GOOD FRIDAY. NOW THEY ARE LOCKED IN A CONGESTED BATTLE FOR FINALS SPOTS, WITH THE BUDS LOOKING TO CONSOLIDATE A TOP THREE SPOT, AND THE DEMONS HOPING TO BOUNCE BACK AFTER DROPPING TO SEVENTH LAST WEEK. JOIN BRENDAN RHODES AND MICHAEL VOSS FROM 1.45PM SATURDAY AT RJ ROWLEY RESERVE ON 97.3FM, THE RPPFM APP OR www.rppfm.com.au FOR ALL THE ACTION.

Thank you to our photographer, Rab Siddhi for his well-expressed action shots every week for the Telstra RPP FM Match of the Day.

To see more of his work go to the RPP FM facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RPPFM/

PENINSULA FNL SCOREBOARD

EDI-ASP                    6.1             11.3            17.4           19.8         122

LANGWARRIN         3.3             6.4             8.8           10.10          70

Goals: EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: M. Meehan 8, W. Flavelle 3, L. Brodie 2, D. Warke, D. McCarthy, S. Fisher, C. Wylie, M. Greenwood, C. Wray. LANGWARRIN: K. Busuttil-Inglis 2, B. Peach 2, M. Naughton, H. Golby, A. O”Rourke-Ryan, J. Bateman, J. Biggs, M. Parker.

Best: EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: M. Meehan, T. Woodbridge, C. Wray, B. Neville, T. Mannix, W. Flavelle, L. Harris, J. Doman. LANGWARRIN: N. Tuddenham, S. Paterson, K. Busuttil-Inglis, M. Cuthbert, L. Churcher, B. Peach.

The live coverage would not be possible without the continued support of local businesses.

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OTHER RESULTS AROUND LOCAL FOOTBALL

MORNINGTON          6.3             15.4            20.9          24.11         155

SEAFORD                 5.4             7.5             9.6            12.9           81

Goals: MORNINGTON: J. Calder 9, J. Cameron 4, K. Bird 2, S. Seager 2, W. Miller 2, R. Odell, B. Bird, L. Hewitt, B. Smeeton, J. Miller. SEAFORD: A. Walton 4, J. Hallal 4, A. Patolo 2, N. Braund, J. Mockett.

Best: MORNINGTON: J. Halsall, J. Calder, E. Bitters, J. Cameron, M. Gay, M. Williams. SEAFORD: J. Stokes, C. Murfett, J. Hallal, A. Walton, T. Tohiariki, L. Davenport.

MT ELIZA                 1.1             4.5             5.7           10.12          72

KARINGAL               1.3             3.5             6.9            6.13           49

Goals: MT ELIZA: M. Stanley 3, D. Barton, S. Gill, R. Heasley, J. Van Unen, N. Ryan, W. Mace, Z. White. KARINGAL: A. Paxton 3, H. Czarnecki 2, L. Poholke.

Best: MT ELIZA: D. Booth, M. DeWit, S. Gill, D. Gormley, B. Shaw, R. Turnbull. KARINGAL: A. Lees, A. Paxton, J. Bradley, J. Kelly, C. Dixon, G. Paxton.

 

FRANKSTON YCW   5.4             8.4             10.8          14.10          94

CHELSEA                  3.2             5.4             7.5             7.8            50

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: D. Waddell 3, J. Butland 2, L. Paynter 2, L. Wallace 2, S. MacLeod, A. Bruhn, P. Minchington, K. Hutchison, D. Hughes. CHELSEA:  T. Gardiner 2, B. Clark 2, J. Tabakman 2, D. Aarsman.

Best: FRANKSTON YCW: B. Barry, L. Wallace, P. Minchington, J. Coghlan, K. Hutchison, A. Bruhn. CHELSEA: B. Clark, L. Caspersz, J. Roder, T. Gardiner, B. Graham, J. Clark.

 

PINES                        2.0             6.1             10.4           17.6         108

BONBEACH              0.3             4.6             4.7            4.12           36

Goals: PINES: A. Edwards 9, T. Bongetti 2, J. Boyle 2, P. Jackson, A. Ludewig, L. Potts, B. Kiely. BONBEACH: O. Hulett, B. Sykes, A. Trowell, S. McDonald.

Best: PINES: A. Maling, A. Edwards, C. Guganovic, P. Jackson, A. Ludewig, J. Hughes. BONBEACH: J. Casey, J. Bennett, B. Hogan, L. Damon, B. Sykes, B. Bailey.

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Frankston YCW12101491551270.6048
Mt Eliza10301137851133.6140
Pines104012661005125.9740
Edithvale-Aspendale850994101198.3232
Bonbeach760940102791.5328
Seaford5811064128582.8022
Karingal481933112283.1618
Mornington4901103121690.7116
Langwarrin3100717114062.8912
Chelsea2110833127065.598
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

RESERVES

 

Seaford 11.11 77 def Mornington 6.9 45

Mt Eliza 11.13 79 def Karingal 10.5 65

Frankston YCW 10.9 69 def Chelsea 10.2 62

Bonbeach 15.7 97 def Pines 1.3 9

Langwarrin 15.9 99 def Edithvale-Aspendale 2.3 15

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Mt Eliza12101227431284.6948
Bonbeach1120858419204.7744
Langwarrin940943574164.2936
Frankston YCW940818648126.2336
Karingal760795740107.4328
Seaford77081282398.6628
Chelsea67075776598.9524
Edithvale-Aspendale310046389151.9612
Pines2120428117036.588
Mornington0130495113543.610
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER 19

 

Seaford 14.12 96 def Mornington 4.7 31

Karingal 7.8 50 def Mt Eliza 6.6 42

Frankston YCW 12.10 82 def Chelsea 6.6 42

Bonbeach 13.12 90 def Pines 9.3 57

Langwarrin 11.1 67 def Edithvale-Aspendale 5.9 39

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Mt Eliza11201017453224.5044
Seaford10401189503236.3840
Frankston YCW940978566172.7936
Langwarrin940903589153.3136
Karingal850924719128.5132
Edithvale-Aspendale760835727114.8628
Mornington67080982498.1824
Bonbeach580548105551.9420
Chelsea1120539105451.144
Pines0140296154919.110
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

A GRADE

 

Mornington 40 def Seaford 35

Karingal 74 def Mt Eliza 22

Frankston YCW 47 def Chelsea 17

Bonbeach 30 def Pines 26

Edithvale-Aspendale 51 def Langwarrin 16

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale1300732260281.5452
Karingal1120778411189.2944
Seaford1040633495127.8840
Mornington940574455126.1536
Frankston YCW760516450114.6728
Mt Eliza67055558295.3624
Langwarrin67047156483.5124
Pines212051669873.938
Chelsea112030968545.114
Bonbeach112029177537.554

 

B GRADE

 

Seaford 45 def Mornington 28

Karingal 56 def Mt Eliza 49

Frankston YCW 63 def Chelsea 19

Pines 50 def Bonbeach 44

Edithvale-Aspendale 52 def Langwarrin 30

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale1210722319226.3348
Karingal1210714381187.4048
Frankston YCW1030583394147.9740
Seaford850512412124.2732
Mornington850533474112.4532
Mt Eliza67053154297.9724
Langwarrin49044957877.6816
Chelsea310037460561.8212
Pines211042268761.438
Bonbeach013030975740.820

 

C GRADE

 

Mornington 32 def Seaford 23

Karingal 66 def Mt Eliza 35

Frankston YCW 40 def Chelsea 33

Pines 38 def Bonbeach 35

Edithvale-Aspendale 66 def Langwarrin 23

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale1201788259304.2550
Karingal1110632350180.5744
Frankston YCW931534405131.8538
Mt Eliza940569460123.7036
Langwarrin670455451100.8924
Mornington67046747498.5224
Seaford58045846997.6520
Chelsea39031548465.0812
Pines211033966251.218
Bonbeach013023277529.940

 

D GRADE

 

Seaford 14 def Mornington 12

Karingal 36 def Mt Eliza 24

Frankston YCW 49 def Chelsea 16

Bonbeach 24 def Pines 18

Edithvale-Aspendale 36 def Langwarrin 15

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale1300508147345.5852
Karingal1120511244209.4344
Frankston YCW1030407259157.1440
Mt Eliza1030448298150.3440
Langwarrin670311303102.6424
Seaford58022932869.8220
Chelsea29223144551.9112
Pines310020541549.4012
Bonbeach210123143253.4710
Mornington111121942951.056

 

 

 

 

NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

 

DEVON MEADOWS  1.6             3.7             9.8           13.10          88

RYE                          4.4             7.8             7.9           10.11          71

Goals: DEVON MEADOWS: A. Adams 3, S. Mihevc 2, J. Henderson 2, K. Salerno 2, C. Barker 2, K. Beveridge, C. Doria. RYE: D. Millhouse 3, R. Mullett 2, K. Bardon, B. Winters-Kerr, N. Henley, B. Egan, M. Whelan.

Best: DEVON MEADOWS: J. Dehey, K. Beveridge, C. Doria, C. Walker, J. Henderson, P. Boland. RYE: R. Mullett, L. Morse, J. Jennings, J. Appleford, N. Baron, B. Gaudion.

 

SORRENTO               1.1             5.3             9.4            13.8           86

DROMANA               3.1             7.1             10.5           11.9           75

Goals: SORRENTO: N. Corp 5, L. Tapscott 2, S. Lockwood 2, M. Gardner, D. Stephenson, S. Gladman, R. Williams. DROMANA: B. Cosson 4, A. Hunter 2, B. Quigley, J. Fowler, R. Johnston, R. Bleeker, T. Wheeler.

Best: SORRENTO: L. Tapscott, N. Marston, J. Gipp, H. Cameron, N. Corp, M. Gardner. DROMANA: C. Ongarello, B. Cosson, B. Quigley, T. Wheeler, R. Bleeker.

 

ROSEBUD                 5.4             9.4            11.15          14.19         103

HASTINGS                2.1             4.3             5.4             8.9            57

Goals: ROSEBUD: G. Bentley 4, K. Downie 3, D. Stephens 2, A. Rose, T. Stoffels, B. Dwyer, B. Schultz, R. Bos. HASTINGS: D. Alanis 2, S. Foster 2, N. Gray, L. Clark, C. McVeigh, M. Devereaux.

Best: ROSEBUD: G. Bentley, N. Boswell, D. Wilson, K. Downie, T. Stoffels, C. Zurek. HASTINGS: M. Devereaux, P. Rogasch, S. Foster, D. Alanis, N. Gray, J. Hewitt.

 

SOMERVILLE           7.2             12.5            15.8          19.13         127

PEARCEDALE           4.0             5.4             10.6           13.6           84

Goals: SOMERVILLE: B. Crowe 6, B. Sedgwick 3, L. Rowe 2, B. Rolfe 2, D. Hirst 2, J. Sutton 2, S. Crowe, R. Hogenbirk. PEARCEDALE: G. Anderson 2, T. Jacobson 2, D. Hoare 2, K. Searle 2, L. Marshall 2, R. Muir, L. Murray, D. Heijden.

Best: SOMERVILLE: B. Crowe, J. Farrelly, B. Sedgwick, T. Farrelly, B. Rolfe, R. Hogenbirk. PEARCEDALE: T. Jacobson, D. Hoare, L. Marshall, K. Searle, L. Murray, G. Anderson.

 

FRANKSTON             4.7            13.10          19.13          24.17         161

TYABB                      0.0             0.0             0.0             1.3              9

Goals: FRANKSTON: J. Degenhardt 6, Z. Longham 5, M. Maiorino 4, S. Fox 3, L. James 2, S. Foster, B. Whittley, J. Kingsbury, D. Sutton. TYABB: D. Pullen.

Best: FRANKSTON: J. Degenhardt, R. Marks-Logan, S. Fox, R. Kitchin, B. Sutton, D. Sutton. TYABB: R. West, R. McGrath, S. Miller, E. Rahilly, J. Anderson, C. Harris.

 

RED HILL                3.10            7.14           12.21          14.24         108

CRIB POINT             2.0             2.1             2.3             6.6            42

Goals: RED HILL: H. Larwill 3, L. Marchetti 2, P. Dal Lago 2, B. Poole, C. Kennedy, S. Marchetti, J. Eames, M. Westle, M. Dal Lago, T. McEncroe. CRIB POINT: D. Vercoe, B. Arnold, Z. Condick, P. Smith, N. Rutherford, J. Cook.

Best: RED HILL: J. Mitchell, L. Marchetti, M. Mock, D. McNamara, T. McKinley, J. Mold. CRIB POINT: N. Rutherford, K. Stratton, B. Davidson, B. Arnold, M. Stansborough, E. Smith.

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Frankston9301280722177.2936
Red Hill930978780125.3836
Rosebud831970680142.6534
Hastings8401190895132.9632
Somerville8401256958131.1132
Sorrento8501258979128.5032
Rye75110771065101.1330
Dromana660997105394.6824
Devon Meadows570975106291.8120
Pearcedale390856123769.2012
Crib Point1110787125862.564
Tyabb0120572150737.960
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

RESERVES

 

Sorrento 11.18 84 def Dromana 3.5 23

Rye 12.10 82 def Devon Meadows 3.5 23

Frankston 19.12 126 def Tyabb 2.6 18

Rosebud 17.9 111 def Hastings 5.4 34

Somerville 14.14 98 def Pearcedale 3.11 29

Red Hill 11.9 75 def Crib Point 5.5 35

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Rosebud11101055345305.8044
Red Hill1020777474163.9240
Rye940969497194.9736
Somerville840818586139.5932
Sorrento850844645130.8532
Frankston741704547128.7030
Devon Meadows56155272676.0322
Hastings47155780069.6318
Crib Point48059562295.6616
Dromana48065568895.2016
Pearcedale1110352130526.974
Tyabb0111428107139.962
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

UNDER 19

 

Sorrento 29.18 192 def Dromana 0.4 4

Devon Meadows 24.14 158 def Rye 4.1 25

Frankston 13.15 93 def Tyabb 2.3 15

Rosebud 18.18 126 def Hastings 4.4 28

Somerville 23.22 160 def Pearcedale 0.1 1

Red Hill 22.11 143 def Crib Point 3.3 21

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Red Hill12001367244560.2548
Sorrento12101685312540.0648
Rosebud10201046412253.8840
Somerville930928318291.8236
Crib Point75065170392.6028
Frankston660707640110.4724
Devon Meadows48064876684.6016
Hastings48046999946.9516
Pearcedale48040494442.8016
Tyabb39047578460.5912
Dromana2100477114041.848
Rye0130202179711.240
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

A GRADE

 

Dromana 40 def Sorrento 15

Devon Meadows 51 def Rye 37

Somerville 62 def Pearcedale 20

Frankston v Tyabb not submitted

Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted

Rosebud bye

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Crib Point1100472208226.9244
Tyabb1010516249207.2340
Somerville930593287206.6236
Red Hill830429369116.2632
Devon Meadows750438332131.9328
Dromana75040442894.3928
Rosebud65139146384.4526
Pearcedale57031050960.9020
Rye49040352476.9116
Sorrento211025762041.458
Frankston19127349754.936
  • Rd12 Frankston v Tyabb; Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

B GRADE

 

Dromana 54 def Sorrento 26

Devon Meadows 65 def Rye 39

Somerville 65 def Pearcedale 19

Hastings 43 def Rosebud 38

Frankston v Tyabb not submitted

Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Somerville1200619299207.0248
Tyabb1010580271214.0240
Devon Meadows921589296198.9938
Frankston830506363139.3932
Crib Point731471299157.5330
Red Hill65037345881.4424
Rye67041654476.4724
Dromana47144352185.0318
Rosebud38133648269.7114
Hastings210030949862.058
Pearcedale111028653253.764
Sorrento112027363343.134
  • Rd12 Frankston v Tyabb; Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

C GRADE

 

Dromana 23 def Sorrento 16

Devon Meadows 53 def Rye 21

Pearcedale 31 def Somerville 30

Rosebud 24 def Hastings 20

Frankston v Tyabb not submitted

Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Devon Meadows1200521209249.2848
Pearcedale831334233143.3534
Crib Point821309225137.3334
Somerville840384215178.6032
Tyabb830339222152.7032
Frankston542280260107.6924
Red Hill560318295107.8020
Rye58032442875.7020
Dromana47123836066.1118
Rosebud48023630976.3816
Sorrento112017446037.834
Hastings011115940039.752
  • Rd12 Frankston v Tyabb; Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

17 AND UNDER

 

Dromana 23 def Sorrento 14

Rye 26 def Devon Meadows 23

Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted

Tyabb bye

Rosebud bye

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Rosebud1110239125191.2044
Dromana1110253155163.2344
Sorrento1120312195160.0044
Red Hill830153130117.6932
Devon Meadows75021823592.7728
Tyabb75012916379.1428
Rye67017227562.5524
Crib Point4707727528.0016
  • Rd12 Red Hill v Crib Point not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

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.