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JONTY’S JOTTINGS

Round 15 by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 30 July 2016

SOMERVILLE full forward Luke Rowe produced a classic display of how important it is to take your opportunities when he kicked six goals to put the Eagles in the box seat for a Nepean League double chance in an exciting nine-point victory over Hastings in the Telstra Stores RPP FM Match of the Day at Somerville on Saturday.footy2

With the winner taking third spot two weeks out from the finals and the loser still with work to do to ensure a finals berth, this was the classic eight-point game, and the big Eagle delivered in no uncertain terms.

footy1Somerville needed a good start after losing coach David Hirst before the game to a flare up of his foot injury, with Luke Gruar being handed a debut, but the home team would have wanted a bit more than it got – kicking with a four-goal wind, it was unable to shake off the Blues early, needing two late goals to take a 14-point advantage into the first break on the Rye Hotel Scoreboard.

The Eagles’ scoreboard struggles came despite Rowan Hogenbirk dominating across half forward and kicking two of his three goals, Justin Farrelly clearly winning the ruck, Todd Farrelly and Scott Simpson patrolling the backline successfully and Josh McMahon and Adrian Speedy providing good run through the middle.

Hastings, however, was unable to take its own turn with the wind for the most part as the Eagles managed four goals against it to build a handy lead.

But captain Paul Rogasch, Steve Robb and Dale Alanis stepped up in the second part of the quarter, and with Colin McVeigh enjoying a purple patch that yielded three quick majors, the Blues hit back hard to cut the half-time margin to just three points.footy3

Brothers Luke and Jake Hewitt found top form to drag their team back into the match, while Shaun Foster, Matt Clifford and David Hull also made their presence felt.

Somerville needed to build a big lead in the third quarter give itself a chance at victory – and it needed to shut the dangerous McVeigh down.

Kane McKenzie, who had made a couple of critical mistakes in the second quarter, did just that, with the Hastings star being a non-factor after half-time in a crucial win for the Eagles.

With Rowe booting his fourth and fifth goals, Billy Rolfe buzzing around the forward line and Josh Westerman, Tim McGenniss and Luke Burton lifting, the Eagles pushed out to a 17-point lead turning for home – a margin that extended to 23 early in the last when the impressive Hogenbirk kicked his third.

But it wasn’t over.

Luke Hewitt kicked a goal to pull the margin back, and then Mark Devereaux produced an absolute gem – unloading a long bomb from well behind the centre circle into a vacant 50m zone, with the ball bouncing 40m out and rolling end on end through for one of the goals of the year.

He then added another to pull the margin back to three points and it was well and truly game on.

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Man of the Moment Eagles player Luke Rowe, awarded for his great work on the field, sponsored by MP Brewery

The game required a hero, and it was Mornington Peninsula Brewery Man of the Match Rowe who delivered, taking a powerful pack mark at the top of the goalsquare with 90 seconds to play and kicking his sixth goal to seal the victory.

With other results going the Blues’ way, Hastings needs only to defeat 11th-placed Crib Point this week to seal its finals berth and lock up the top five, but its hopes of securing a double chance look to be gone.

Many people saw Tyabb’s trip to Crib Point as a golden opportunity for the Yabbies to finally break its 47-match losing streak stretching back to the final round of the 2013 season.

But someone forgot to read the script to the Magpies, who have suffered through a nightmare season of their own, with just one win (against Tyabb) before this clash.

After a desperate first quarter struggle that yielded just five behinds between the two clubs, Crib Point put the foot down in the second term with Kyle Arnott, Kain Stratton and David Cook taking control to kick the first four goals of the game and lead by 27 points at half-time.

It was the third week in a row the Yabbies had failed to kick a goal in the first half, but they did rally with the first two goals of the third quarter as Tyson Sparkes and Ethan Rahilly tried to lift their team, getting within 14 points.

That, however, was where the challenge ended, as the Magpies answered the two majors and then cruised home with four to one in the last for a 46-point victory.

Rosebud continued its brilliant form to all but end Sorrento’s season, winning by 34 points at Olympic Oval.

The Buds led by 11 points at half-time, but Keegan Downie’s four goals and the dominance of Robert Bos, Sean Downie and Jack Jarman overwhelmed the Sharks, and the reigning premier piled on 8.5 to 0.2 in the third quarter to blow the game open.

Nick Marston led Sorrento to kick five goals to one in the last term to soften the damage, but with a bye this week, the Sharks need Crib Point to pull off a major upset if they are to stay alive.

Frankston put paid to Dromana’s mathematical finals chances with a convincing 52-point victory at Greg Beck Oval.

The Bombers always had the upper hand, but led by just 19 points at the final change – a position the Tigers had managed to win from previously this year – but Dale Sutton and Brian O’Carroll ensured that was not going to happen this time, sparking a six-goal-to-one last quarter for a big win that kept them on track for the minor premiership.

Rye’s season is also over after a comprehensive 32-point loss to Red Hill at Red Hill.

The Demons came out fired up to avenge last week’s shocker against Rosebud and raced out to a 27-point lead at quarter-time, but that was where it ended.

The Hillmen cut loose in a devastating second quarter, piling on 9.3 to 0.1 to turn that 27-point deficit into a 29-point lead and break the spirit of the visitors, cruising to victory with four goals to three in the second half.

Alex Doria kicked six goals as Devon Meadows saw off a late challenge from Pearcedale by 13 points in the Panther Derby at Pearcedale.

Devon was in complete control with a 45-point lead turning for home, but the home team roared home with five unanswered goals to create some nervous moments, only to run out of time.

Seaford reignited its flagging Peninsula League finals hopes by hanging on for a gutsy two-point victory over Edithvale-Aspendale in a heartstopping finish at Regents Park.

The Tigers needed to win to have any chance of making the finals, and they took it up to the Eagles from the outset, scooting out to a 17-point lead at quarter time on the back of an excellent display from Matt Herbert, who kept Mick Meehan to just two goals, Jackson Mockett (four goals) and Curtis Murfett.

Edithvale-Aspendale hit back in its turn with the breeze in the second term to take the lead by three points at the main change, with speedy little man Will Flavelle, Joel O’Sullivan and Liam Harris all important.

With its season on the line, Seaford responded, kicking five goals in the third quarter to build a 21-point lead at the last change and then clung on for dear life as the Eagles threw everything at it in the final quarter.

Edithvale-Aspendale kicked 6.1 to 3.0, but Seaford wouldn’t be denied and were on the right side of the ledger when time ran out.

Mornington’s late season rally gave it another example of what might have been when it overturned Pines by 17 points at Eric Bell Reserve.

The Bulldogs’ hopes of avenging last year’s Grand Final loss fell by the wayside in a horror first half of the year, but their young players have shown plenty of good signs for the future, especially in the past fortnight with a last kick loss to Frankston YCW and now a gutsy win over the third-placed Pythons.

And it was Ryan O’Dell and experienced ruckman Michael Gay who led the way, with Mornington kicking five goals to none in the second quarter to gain a handy lead, before seeing off a third-quarter rally to send Pines spiralling to a second loss in succession to a team in the bottom three on the ladder.

Jordan Capkin cut loose to boot eight majors as Mt Eliza kicked 13 goals to one after quarter-time to bring Langwarrin crashing back to Earth in a 78-point caning at Emil Madsen Reserve to celebrate Mitch Wilson’s 100th game for the Redlegs.

Seven third-quarter goals proved the difference as Frankston YCW overpowered Karingal at 63 points at Ballam Park and Bonbeach had 11 goalkickers in a 90-point pasting of wooden spooners Chelsea at Chelsea.

CONSECUTIVE DEFEATS FOR PINES HAS OPENED THE DOOR TO THE PENINSULA LEAGUE TOP THREE FOR BONBEACH, AND THIS WEEK’S TELSTRA STORES MORNINGTON AND ROSEBUD RPP FM 98.7 MATCH OF THE ROUND WILL SHOW WHETHER THE SHARKS ARE GOOD ENOUGH TO GO THROUGH IT WHEN THEY TAKE ON THE SECOND-PLACED MT ELIZA AT THE NO.1 OVAL. JOIN ANDREW KELLY, MICHAEL VOSS AND BRENDAN RHODES FROM 1.45PM SATURDAY ON 98.7FM, THE RPP FM APP OR LIVE STREAM FROM www.rppfm.com.au FOR ALL THE ACTION.

Photography Rab Siddhi

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NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

SOMERVILLE                    4.5             8.5             11.8          13.11          89

HASTINGS                         2.3             7.8             8.9           11.14          80

Goals: SOMERVILLE: L. Rowe 6, R Hogenbirk 3, J. Farrelly, T. McGenniss, B.

Crowe, B. Rolfe. HASTINGS: C. McVeigh 3, D. Alanis, M. Devereaux 2, P. Rogasch,

  1. Foster, D. Hull, L. Hewitt.

Best: SOMERVILLE: L. Rowe, K. McKenzie, R. Hogenbirk, J. Farrelly, T. Farrelly,

  1. Simpson, L. Burton, J. Allsop, J. Westerman. HASTINGS: L. Hewitt, P. Rogasch,
  2. Hewitt, S. Robb, M. Devereaux, T. Green, J. Ward, C. McVeigh.

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OTHER RESULTS AROUND LOCAL FOOTY

CRIB POINT                      0.2             4.6             6.8           10.12          72

TYABB                               0.3             0.3             2.6             3.8            26

Goals: CRIB POINT: B. Hill 2, M. Stansborough 2, D. Vercoe, B. Arnold, L.

Herrington, J. Monger, R. Clifford, B. Davidson. TYABB: J. Connell, C. Morris, J.

Anderson.

Best: CRIB POINT: K. Arnott, K. Stratton, D. Cook, L. Herrington, B. Hill, B.

Arnold. TYABB: T. Sparkes, E. Rahilly, D. Underwood, J. Connell, T. McGrath, T.

Wreford.

 

FRANKSTON                      3.2             6.9             7.11          13.14          92

DROMANA                        2.0             2.4             5.4             6.4            40

Goals: FRANKSTON: B. Whittley 3, D. Sutton 2, S. Fox 2, M. Maiorino 2, G.

Masterson 2, A. Williams, B. Muston. DROMANA: J. Hutchinson 2, R. Wilde, D.

Marchesani, K. Voelkl, B. Cosson.

Best: FRANKSTON: D. Sutton, B. O’Carroll, J. Francis, B. Whittley, R. Marks

Logan, S. Fox. DROMANA: J. Hutchinson, D. Marchesani, C. Ongarello, S.

Williamson, K. Voelkl.

 

ROSEBUD                          3.5             4.8            12.13          13.15          93

SORRENTO                        0.3             3.3             3.5            8.11           59

Goals: ROSEBUD: K. Downie 4, G. Bentley 3, R. Bos 2, R. Spooner, B. Payne, A.

Pegg, S. Downie. SORRENTO: N. Corp 3, S. Lockwood 2, S. Gladman, Z. Byrns, L.

Tapscott.

Best: ROSEBUD: R. Bos, S. Downie, J. Jarman, B. Dwyer, B. Davidge, C. Zurek.

SORRENTO: N. Marston, B. Kenyon, S. Gladman, J. Caspar, J. Brigden, L. Treeby.

 

 

DEVON MEADOWS           3.5             6.6             11.8          11.10          76

PEARCEDALE                    0.2             2.5             4.5             9.9            63

Goals: DEVON MEADOWS: A. Doria 6, B. Wapshott 2, K. Salerno, J. Henderson,

  1. Adams. PEARCEDALE: A. Harnett 3, B. Mitchell 3, L. Jennings, G. Anderson, B.

Dinger.

Best: DEVON MEADOWS: A. Doria, C. Barker, J. Henderson, B. Wapshott, J.

Dehey, M. Pola. PEARCEDALE: A. Harnett, T. Bravo, M. Williams, D. Hoare, B.

Dinger, B. Mitchell.

 

RED HILL                          1.2             10.5            12.7           14.8           92

RYE                                   5.5             5.6             6.8            8.12           60

Goals: RED HILL: M. Dal Lago 3, T. McKinley 3, H. Larwill 2, P. Dal Lago, M.

Mock, L. Marchetti, J. Ross, J. Mold, D. McNamara. RYE: D. Millhouse 2, H. Whitty

2, N. Henley 2, M. Greig, M. Whelan.

Best: RED HILL: T. McKinley, M. Dal Lago, J. Siversen, D. McNamara, J. Mold, H.

Larwill. RYE: M. Dunn, D. Millhouse, R. Mullett, L. Morse, J. Jennings, K. Bardon.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston 11 3 0 1460 806 181.14 44
Rosebud 10 3 1 1210 784 154.34 42
Somerville 10 4 0 1453 1048 138.65 40
Red Hill 10 4 0 1117 889 125.65 40
Hastings 9 5 0 1320 1016 129.92 36
Sorrento 8 7 0 1349 1122 120.23 32
Rye 7 7 1 1181 1304 90.57 30
Dromana 7 7 0 1087 1192 91.19 28
Devon Meadows 6 8 0 1095 1213 90.27 24
Pearcedale 4 10 0 974 1349 72.20 16
Crib Point 2 12 0 895 1339 66.84 8
Tyabb 0 14 0 608 1687 36.04 0
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

RESERVES

 

Tyabb 6.6 42 def Crib Point 6.3 39

Frankston 17.8 110 def Dromana 2.1 13

Rosebud 6.5 41 def Sorrento 5.6 36

Devon Meadows 15.10 100 def Pearcedale 4.4 28

Rye 5.11 41 def Red Hill 5.8 38

Somerville 11.13 79 def Hastings 6.7 43

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 13 1 0 1214 432 281.02 52
Red Hill 11 3 0 853 543 157.09 44
Rye 10 5 0 1061 606 175.08 40
Frankston 9 4 1 884 591 149.58 38
Somerville 9 5 0 930 667 139.43 36
Sorrento 9 6 0 910 714 127.45 36
Devon Meadows 6 7 1 683 824 82.89 26
Crib Point 5 9 0 714 678 105.31 20
Hastings 4 9 1 628 909 69.09 18
Dromana 4 10 0 696 836 83.25 16
Tyabb 2 11 1 508 1190 42.69 10
Pearcedale 1 13 0 394 1485 26.53 4
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

UNDER 19

 

Crib Point 6.12 48 def Tyabb 6.9 45

Frankston 9.6 60 def Dromana 3.9 27

Sorrento 11.16 82 def Rosebud 4.3 27

Devon Meadows 7.20 62 def Pearcedale 8.5 53

Red Hill 26.12 168 def Rye 0.2 2

Somerville 26.14 170 def Hastings 2.1 13

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Red Hill 14 0 0 1622 269 602.97 56
Sorrento 14 1 0 1859 347 535.73 56
Rosebud 11 3 0 1170 511 228.96 44
Somerville 10 4 0 1250 411 304.14 40
Crib Point 9 5 0 748 784 95.41 36
Frankston 8 6 0 814 705 115.46 32
Devon Meadows 5 9 0 748 866 86.37 20
Tyabb 4 10 0 606 984 61.59 16
Pearcedale 4 10 0 493 1061 46.47 16
Hastings 4 10 0 490 1261 38.86 16
Dromana 2 12 0 527 1287 40.95 8
Rye 0 15 0 221 2062 10.72 0
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

A GRADE

 

Crib Point 32 drew Tyabb 32

Dromana 45 def Frankston 25

Rosebud 52 def Sorrento 34

Devon Meadows 51 def Pearcedale 20

Red Hill v Rye not submitted

Somerville bye

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Crib Point 13 0 1 604 292 206.85 54
Tyabb 11 1 1 650 329 197.57 46
Somerville 10 4 0 613 328 186.89 40
Devon Meadows 9 4 0 537 358 150.00 36
Dromana 9 5 0 492 494 99.60 36
Red Hill 8 5 0 501 459 109.15 32
Rosebud 7 6 1 482 554 87.00 30
Rye 5 9 0 460 563 81.71 20
Pearcedale 5 9 0 351 613 57.26 20
Sorrento 3 12 0 291 672 43.30 12
Frankston 1 12 1 332 651 51.00 6
  • Rd14 Red Hill v Rye not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

B GRADE

 

Tyabb 51 def Crib Point 37

Frankston 51 def Dromana 30

Rosebud 41 def Sorrento 21

Devon Meadows 46 def Pearcedale 20

Red Hill v Rye not submitted

Somerville v Hastings not submitted

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Somerville 12 1 0 650 336 193.45 48
Devon Meadows 11 2 1 669 321 208.41 46
Frankston 10 4 0 637 446 142.83 40
Crib Point 9 4 1 612 378 161.90 38
Tyabb 9 5 0 512 383 133.68 36
Red Hill 7 6 0 465 547 85.01 28
Rye 7 7 0 374 519 72.06 28
Hastings 5 8 0 354 424 83.49 20
Dromana 4 9 1 513 630 81.43 18
Rosebud 4 9 1 412 554 74.37 18
Pearcedale 2 12 0 319 582 54.81 8
Sorrento 1 14 0 322 719 44.78 4
  • Rd14 Red Hill v Rye not submitted
  • Rd14 Somerville v Hastings not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

C GRADE

 

Crib Point 36 def Tyabb 24

Frankston 32 def Dromana 14

Rosebud 39 def Sorrento 15

Devon Meadows 32 def Pearcedale 20

Red Hill v Rye not submitted

Somerville v Hastings not submitted

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Devon Meadows 13 0 0 580 246 235.77 52
Crib Point 10 3 1 395 294 134.35 42
Pearcedale 9 4 1 375 282 132.98 38
Somerville 9 4 0 406 229 177.29 36
Tyabb 9 4 0 405 307 131.92 36
Frankston 6 6 2 356 329 108.21 28
Red Hill 6 7 0 376 345 108.99 24
Rosebud 5 9 0 305 356 85.67 20
Rye 5 9 0 321 458 70.09 20
Dromana 4 9 1 269 426 63.15 18
Hastings 2 10 1 195 380 51.32 10
Sorrento 1 14 0 204 535 38.13 4
  • Rd14 Red Hill v Rye not submitted
  • Rd14 Somerville v Hastings not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

 

17 AND UNDER

 

Crib Point 18 def Tyabb 16

Rosebud 27 drew Sorrento 27

Red Hill v Rye not submitted

Dromana bye

Devon Meadows bye

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Rosebud 12 1 1 294 169 173.96 50
Dromana 12 1 1 281 183 153.55 50
Sorrento 12 2 1 339 222 152.70 50
Red Hill 9 3 1 215 171 125.73 38
Devon Meadows 9 5 0 218 235 92.77 36
Tyabb 8 6 0 145 181 80.11 32
Rye 6 8 0 189 303 62.38 24
Crib Point 6 8 0 108 325 33.23 24
  • Rd14 Red Hill v Rye not submitted
  • Rd15 Sorrento v Rye played on Queen’s Birthday

PENINSULA FNL SCOREBOARD

 

SEAFORD                          4.4             4.6             9.13          12.13          85

EDI-ASP                             1.5             4.9             6.10          12.11          83

Goals: SEAFORD: J. Mockett 4, N. Braund 2, J. Hallal 2, B. Dawes 2, L. Davenport,

  1. Murfett. EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: S. Fisher 2, M. Meehan 2, T. Mannix 2, L.

Harris 2, W. Flavelle 2, L. Brodie, C. Wylie.

Best: SEAFORD: M. Herbert, J. Mockett, C. Murfett, A. Turner, B. Dawes, J. Stokes.

EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: W. Flavelle, J. O’Sullivan, L. Harris, S. Mannix, A.

Macquire, T. Mannix.

 

MORNINGTON                   1.3             6.6             7.10          10.17          77

PINES                                 2.4             2.6             6.9            8.12           60

Goals: MORNINGTON: J. Calder 3, D. Whelan 3, L. Hewitt 2, R. Odell, B. Bird.

PINES: A. Edwards 3, G. Hendry 3, L. Potts, A. Ludewig.

Best: MORNINGTON: R. Odell, M. Gay, L. Hewitt, J. Haddock, J. Halsall, E. Bitters.

PINES: B. Kiely, C. Ash, C. Guganovic, A. Marriner, L. Potts, P. Jackson.

 

FRANKSTON YCW            4.3             5.7            12.14          15.16         106

KARINGAL                        1.1             4.5             5.6             6.7            43

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: K. Hutchison 3, A. Bruhn 3, S. Widdowson 2, P.

Minchington, B. Wagner, J. Mazurek, B. Barry, L. Collins, T. Lester, R. Santon.

KARINGAL: H. Tomamichel 2, L. Poholke, M. Burke, J. Kelly, L. Duhig.

Best: FRANKSTON YCW: P. Minchington, A. Bruhn, K. Hutchison, J. Coghlan, A.

Eames, S. Widdowson. KARINGAL: J. Kelly, L. VanRaay, H. Tomamichel, A. Joel,

  1. Duhig, C. Dixon.

 

BONBEACH                       6.9             9.10           19.14          21.14         140

CHELSEA                           1.1             3.3             4.5             7.8            50

Goals: BONBEACH: L. Damon 3, O. Hulett 3, S. McDonald 3, J. Casey 3, M. Tyrell

2, B. Bailey 2, G. Carpenter, A. Trowell, J. Williams, J. Murnane, J. Bennett.

CHELSEA: D. Willett 2, C. Peele, C. Ryan-Orchard, J. Clark, B. Clark, L. Krieger.

Best: BONBEACH: J. Casey, B. Bailey, J. Bennett, J. Murnane, N. Waterstone.

CHELSEA: M. Baxter, D. Knowles, B. Graham, B. Holman, D. Willett, L. Krieger.

 

MT ELIZA                          3.2             7.8            11.11          16.17         113

LANGWARRIN                  4.3             4.4             4.4             5.5            35

Goals: MT ELIZA: J. Capkin 8, S. Gill 3, A. McIlroy, B. Landry, M. Neratzoglou, R.

Heasley, J. Clayton. LANGWARRIN: L. Davies, K. Albanese, M. Parker, G. Brown,

  1. O’Rourke-Ryan.

Best: MT ELIZA: J. Capkin, J. Anwyl, B. Landry, M. Davis, R. Heasley, K. Lombardozzi. LANGWARRIN: A. Johnson, N. Hammill, B. Harkness, B. Tate, S. Paterson, M. Porter.

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Frankston YCW 14 1 0 1644 636 258.49 56
Mt Eliza 12 3 0 1330 945 140.74 48
Pines 10 6 0 1376 1152 119.44 40
Bonbeach 9 6 0 1164 1119 104.02 36
Edithvale-Aspendale 8 7 0 1126 1176 95.75 32
Seaford 7 8 1 1213 1413 85.85 30
Mornington 5 10 0 1222 1323 92.37 20
Karingal 4 10 1 1018 1312 77.59 18
Langwarrin 4 11 0 832 1303 63.85 16
Chelsea 2 13 0 928 1474 62.96 8
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

RESERVES

 

Frankston YCW 13.13 91 def Karingal 5.1 31

Bonbeach 13.10 88 def Chelsea 5.5 35

Mt Eliza 10.5 65 def Langwarrin 3.4 22

Mornington 8.11 59 def Pines 3.7 25

Seaford 10.13 73 def Edithvale-Aspendale 3.6 24

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 14 1 0 1386 455 304.62 56
Bonbeach 13 2 0 1005 482 208.51 52
Frankston YCW 11 4 0 1023 674 151.78 44
Langwarrin 10 5 0 1049 649 161.63 40
Seaford 9 7 0 933 878 106.26 36
Karingal 7 8 0 854 890 95.96 28
Chelsea 6 9 0 823 911 90.34 24
Edithvale-Aspendale 3 12 0 499 1058 47.16 12
Pines 2 14 0 463 1321 35.05 8
Mornington 1 14 0 557 1274 43.72 4
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER 19

 

Karingal 8.8 56 def Frankston YCW 2.9 21

Chelsea 9.18 72 def Bonbeach 7.5 47

Langwarrin 9.6 60 def Mt Eliza 6.7 43

Mornington 20.14 134 def Pines 1.5 11

Edithvale-Aspendale 11.2 68 def Seaford 9.11 65

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Mt Eliza 12 3 0 1108 544 203.68 48
Seaford 11 5 0 1316 592 222.30 44
Langwarrin 11 4 0 1059 636 166.51 44
Frankston YCW 10 5 0 1070 635 168.50 40
Karingal 10 5 0 1045 762 137.14 40
Edithvale-Aspendale 8 7 0 934 840 111.19 32
Mornington 7 8 0 956 906 105.52 28
Bonbeach 5 10 0 617 1192 51.76 20
Chelsea 2 13 0 632 1163 54.34 8
Pines 0 16 0 309 1776 17.40 0
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

A GRADE

 

Karingal 69 def Frankston YCW 43

Bonbeach 25 def Chelsea 24

Mt Eliza 50 def Langwarrin 38

Pines 44 def Mornington 39

Edithvale-Aspendale v Seaford not submitted

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale 14 0 0 793 285 278.25 56
Karingal 13 2 0 934 474 197.05 52
Seaford 11 4 0 687 514 133.66 44
Mornington 9 6 0 644 532 121.05 36
Frankston YCW 8 7 0 592 550 107.64 32
Mt Eliza 7 8 0 630 671 93.89 28
Langwarrin 6 9 0 543 675 80.44 24
Pines 4 12 0 611 771 79.25 16
Bonbeach 2 13 0 331 886 37.36 8
Chelsea 1 14 0 357 764 46.73 4
  • Rd15 Edithvale-Aspendale v Seaford not submitted

 

B GRADE

 

Frankston YCW 53 def Karingal 46

Chelsea 36 def Bonbeach 22

Mt Eliza 45 def Langwarrin 39

Mornington 45 def Pines 31

Edithvale-Aspendale 49 def Seaford 26

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale 14 1 0 838 385 217.66 56
Karingal 13 2 0 852 455 187.25 52
Frankston YCW 12 3 0 689 450 153.11 48
Seaford 9 6 0 590 456 129.39 36
Mornington 9 6 0 609 530 114.91 36
Mt Eliza 7 8 0 614 649 94.61 28
Langwarrin 5 10 0 490 649 75.50 20
Chelsea 4 11 0 356 689 51.67 16
Pines 2 13 0 480 732 65.57 8
Bonbeach 0 15 0 352 875 40.23 0

 

C GRADE

 

Karingal 46 def Frankston YCW 36

Chelsea 48 def Bonbeach 14

Langwarrin 56 def Mt Eliza 38

Mornington 41 def Pines 25

Edithvale-Aspendale 60 def Seaford 14

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale 14 0 1 910 310 293.55 58
Karingal 14 1 0 796 443 179.68 56
Frankston YCW 10 4 1 600 450 133.33 42
Mt Eliza 9 6 0 644 578 111.42 36
Langwarrin 8 7 0 569 497 114.49 32
Mornington 7 8 0 529 529 100.00 28
Seaford 5 10 0 515 575 89.57 20
Chelsea 5 10 0 423 588 71.94 20
Pines 2 13 0 372 761 48.88 8
Bonbeach 0 15 0 267 894 29.87 0

 

D GRADE

 

Karingal 48 def Frankston YCW 24

Chelsea 26 def Bonbeach 21

Mt Eliza 42 def Langwarrin 23

Pines 26 def Mornington 22

Edithvale-Aspendale 46 def Seaford 7

 

Ladder W L D For Agnt % Pts
Edithvale-Aspendale 15 0 0 593 172 344.77 60
Karingal 13 2 0 616 285 216.14 52
Frankston YCW 11 4 0 447 303 147.52 44
Mt Eliza 11 4 0 508 360 141.11 44
Langwarrin 7 8 0 358 353 101.42 28
Seaford 5 10 0 259 383 67.62 20
Chelsea 4 9 2 259 489 52.97 20
Pines 4 11 0 239 461 51.84 16
Bonbeach 2 12 1 263 515 51.07 10
Mornington 1 13 1 250 471 53.08 6

 

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.