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JONTY’S JOTTINGS

Round 15/16 by Brendan Rhodes

Saturday, 6 August 2016

BONBEACH legend Shane McDonald set the ball rolling and dragged his teammates along for the ride as the Sharks celebrated their favourite son’s 200th senior game with a stunning 60-point dissection of Mt Eliza in the Telstra RPP FM Match of the Day at the No.1 Oval on Saturday.footy4

McDonald turned on a stunning first-quarter burst to kick four classy goals – a left foot snap, a long set shot, a close set shot and a running long bomb – to set the Sharks on the way to a big win that dragged them within reach of the double chance with two rounds to go before the finals.

Bonbeach dominated the contest, and it was only the Redlegs’ ability to score on the rare occasions they managed to go forward that kept them within 19 points at the first break on the Rye Hotel Scoreboard.

With their tails in the air, the Sharks went to another level again in the second quarter to all-but put their highly-rated rivals away, adding another four goals to none to blow the half-time margin out to 42 points.

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Sharks player Jackson Casey took out Man of the Match sponsored by Mornington Peninsula Brewery

Jackson Casey led the way for Bonbeach with an outstanding performance, winning countless quality possessions, breaking the lines and driving the ball forward regularly in a strong four-quarter performance that won him the Mornington Peninsula Brewery Man of the Match – but he had plenty of mates.

Ruckman Dylan Jones was the dominant big man on the ground, Justin Bennett was terrific and capped his good work with three goals, Luke Damon also kicked three, youngster Beau Bailey, the experienced Daniel Smith and captain Gary Carpenter were in everything and Brad Sykes, Nick and Ash Waterstone gave away nothing in defence.

While McDonald still looked dangerous for the rest of the day, his output was blunted somewhat by a good defensive display from Karl Lombardozzi, who made the move at quarter-time and was Mt Eliza’s best player.

footy2Lombardozzi and fellow defenders Jay Neratzoglou and David Barton could hold their heads high, and were a major reason why Bonbeach didn’t win by significantly more, while Daniel Gormley and Robert Turnbull also did well.

Mt Eliza had its best period in the third quarter, kicking four quick goals to cut the margin to 25 points, including two to the otherwise well held Jordan Capkin to raise some hope.

But the home team steadied with two late majors to break the Redlegs, and six goals to two in the last gave it a significant percentage booster that cut a 15% deficit to Pines back to just 4%.footy3

The closing of that percentage was helped by the spluttering Pythons themselves, who slumped to a third consecutive defeat in a 56-point beating from flag favourites Frankston YCW at John Coburn Oval.

Pines had lost to Langwarrin and a resurgent Mornington in the previous two weeks, but showed signs of a return to form by taking it up to the powerful Stonecats for 2½ quarters.

With Aaron Edwards kicking four goals to keep the pressure on Mick Meehan in the race for the league’s leading goalkicker, Pines led by three points at quarter-time and answered a six-goal second-quarter blast from YCW to close within eight points midway through the third term.

Luke Potts returned to form with an assured display, while Brad Kiely, Chris Guganovic and Paul Scanlon were also looking good, and an upset was looking possible.

But the Stonecats flicked the switch, and with Anthony Bruhn booting five goals in a best on ground display, Ryan Santon adding three and Michael Debenham on fire, they kicked the last four goals of the third term and then five to one in the last to run away with a convincing win.

While the race for third spot has been opened up, the race for fifth and an all-important finals berth is also well and truly back on, and Seaford returned to the top five for the first time in several weeks with a 72-point belting of a listless Karingal at RF Miles Reserve.

With a wasteful Edithvale-Aspendale slumping to a 34-point defeat at the hands of the rejuvenated Mornington to open the door, the Tigers took full advantage, conceding just a solitary goal in the first half and only 3.4 for the match as Karingal was unable to get anything going.

Matt Herbert was best on ground as his purple patch continues and Mitch Finn was also impressive as Seaford woke up from an uninspiring first half to blow the match open with 7.5 to 2.3 in the third quarter to bank a comfortable win.

The Eagles looked not only safe in the five but a threat for third just three weeks ago, but had no answer to the youthful exuberance of the Bulldogs at Alexandra Park to find themselves in sixth spot on the ladder and out of the five for the first time this year.

Dale Whelan’s five goals and Ryan O’Dell’s brilliant display helped Mornington blow the game open with six goals to one in the second term that turned a one-point deficit into a 29-point lead, and kicking 4.2 to 2.9 in the second half ensured it would not let Edithvale-Aspendale back into the contest.

Liam Harris and Tim Mannix were best for the Eagles, while Meehan was held to just two goals, with the near six-goal loss coming despite having 23 scoring shots to 22.

Langwarrin ran away from a gallant Chelsea in the final quarter to win by 49 points at Lloyd Park.

The Seagulls haven’t won since defeating the Kangaroos way back in Round 3 – 12 losses in a row as injuries, poor kicking and poor form cost them several winning chances.

But they were right in this contest, highlighted by a seven-goal second quarter that saw them take the lead before half-time and be within four points at the main break on the back of great displays from Grant Trew and Jason Clark.

They were still within 10 points at the final change, but ran out of legs as Langwarrin produced a nine-goal last quarter to run away with the points, headlined by a magnificent seven goals to Kieren Albanese and quality performances from Joel and Josh Bateman.

SOMERVILLE almost certainly wrapped up the Nepean League double chance and consigned Red Hill to a sudden death Elimination Final for the second straight year with a hard-fought 17-point victory at Somerville.

With the prize of a top three berth on offer for the winner, it was always going to be a desperate struggle between two premiership fancies in a tight competition, and neither team could secure the upper hand in the first half.

The Eagles trailed by two points at half-time as the Hillmen stuck with their more fancied opponents on the back of strong efforts from Jonah Siverson, Ben Poole and Tom McKinley, before lifting in the premiership quarter.

Billy Rolfe and Ben Sedgwick stepped up to finish with four and three goals respectively, while Justin Allsop, Scott Simpson and Josh Westerman proved important around the ground as Somerville kicked four goals to one to take a 21-point advantage to the final change.

While Red Hill refused to go away and twice closed within two kicks in the last quarter, the Eagles held firm to seal the victory and, as long as they beat Crib Point in this week’s last round, two bites of the cherry in the finals.

Frankston also ensured it can’t miss the top three by overrunning Pearcedale by 40 points at Pearcedale.

After leading by just nine points at the main break, Zac Longham continued his fine season to kick five goals and James Degenhardt was best on ground as the Bombers eased away from the Panthers in the second half to ensure it will win the minor premiership with a victory over Hastings this week.

Harrison Prior was Pearcedale’s best in his first game of the season and only his second in two years, while Alex Harnett also performed well to push his league medal claims.

Reigning Premier Rosebud continued its ominous form in thumping Dromana by 70 points at Dromana.

The Tigers had been tough to toss on their home deck this year, but were blown out of the water from the opening bounce as the Buds piled on 7.5 to 2.0 in the first term – and it only got worse from there.

Only Rosebud’s poor kicking and Dromana’s accuracy saved an even bigger flogging, with the visitors having 40 scoring shots to 10 but finishing with 17.23 to 9.1.

Hastings bounced back from its loss to Somerville with a 102-point thrashing of Crib Point at Thomas Barclay Reserve, kicking 14 goals to two in the first half, while Devon Meadows easily accounted for Tyabb by 38 points at Glover Reserve despite losing the second half by eight points.

Sorrento and Rye had a week off, having met on Queen’s Birthday weekend, with the Sharks seeing their finals hopes evaporate in their absence.

THE NEPEAN LEAGUE MINOR PREMIERSHIP GOES ON THE LINE IN THE FINAL ROUND TELSTRA STORES MORNINGTON AND ROSEBUD MATCH OF THE ROUND AT GREG BECK OVAL ON SATURDAY WHEN FRANKSTON AIMS TO CAP ITS OUTSTANDING HOME AND AWAY SEASON BY SECURING TOP SPOT AGAINST THE DANGEROUS HASTINGS. THE BOMBERS WON FIVE GAMES LAST YEAR AND ARE LOOKING FOR NO.13, WHILE THE BLUES WILL LOOK TO BUILD MOMENTUM FOR A LIKELY ELIMINATION FINAL NEXT WEEK. JOIN ANDREW ‘TOE PUNT’ KELLY, MICHAEL VOSS AND BRENDAN ‘JONTY’ RHODES FOR ALL THE ACTION FROM 1.45PM ON RPP FM 98.7, LIVE STREAM FROM THE RPPFM.COM.AU WEBSITE OR DOWNLOAD OUR RPPFM APP – YOUR VOICE OF PENINSULA FOOTY.

PENINSULA FNL SCOREBOARD

BONBEACH              5.2             9.3             12.6           18.6         114

MT ELIZA                 2.1             2.3             6.5             8.6            54

Goals: BONBEACH: S. McDonald 5, J. Bennett 3, L. Damon 3, D. Smith, O. Hulett, B. Hogan, S. Price, A. Trowell, J. Casey, B. Bailey.. MT ELIZA: J. Capkin 2, B. Shaw, Z. White, D. Gormley, J. Hammond, W. Mace, T. Strickland.

Best: BONBEACH: J. Casey, D. Jones, S. McDonald, J. Bennett, G. Carpenter, B. Bailey, D. Smith, M. Tyrell. MT ELIZA: K. Lombardozzi, J. Neratzoglou, D. Barton, R. Turnbull, Z. White, D. Gormley.

Photography Rab Siddhi

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OTHER RESULTS AROUND LOCAL FOOTY

FRANKSTON YCW   2.4             8.9            13.13          18.17         125

PINES                        3.1             5.1             9.4            10.9           69

Goals: FRANKSTON YCW: A. Bruhn 5, R. Santon 3, M. Debenham 3, P. Minchington 2, J. Greenwood, J. Mazurek, S. Widdowson, K. Hutchison, C. Nankervis. PINES: A. Edwards 4, L. Potts 2, G. Hendry 2, B. Hendry, A. Ludewig.

Best: FRANKSTON YCW: A. Bruhn, R. Santon, M. Debenham, C. Nankervis, J. Mazurek, J. Coghlan. PINES: L. Potts, B. Kiely, A. Edwards, C. Guganovic, P. Scanlon, J. Beggs.

 

MORNINGTON          4.3             10.6            13.6           14.8           92

EDI-ASP                    4.4             5.7             5.12           7.16           58

Goals: MORNINGTON: D. Whelan 5, C. Baker 2, W. Miller 2, K. Bird, B. Smeeton, W. Goosey, J. Calder, L. Hewitt. EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: M. Meehan 2, N. Carlon 2, Z. Muschialli, W. Flavelle, S. Mannix.

Best: MORNINGTON: R. Odell, D. Whelan, E. Bitters, W. Miller, J. Halsall, C. Baker. EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE: L. Harris, T. Mannix, T. Woodbridge, Z. Muschialli, S. Fisher, M. Greenwood.

 

SEAFORD                 3.4             4.4             11.9          13.16          94

KARINGAL               0.0             1.0             3.3             3.4            22

Goals: SEAFORD: B. Irving 3, D. Lawrence 3, J. Mockett 2, A. Walton, N. Braund, J. Hallal, M. Herbert, C. Murfett. KARINGAL: J. Kelly 2, C. Hay.

Best: SEAFORD: M. Herbert, M. Finn, B. Irving, J. Haidon, B. Dawes, C. Murfett. KARINGAL: A. Paxton, L. Duhig, A. Joel, A. Lees, J. Matthews, C. Dixon.

 

LANGWARRIN         4.3             8.5             10.9          19.14         128

CHELSEA                  1.1             8.1             9.5            12.7           79

Goals: LANGWARRIN: K. Albanese 7, S. Paterson 3, J. Bateman 3, T. Baldock 2, L. Davies 2, M. Naughton, A. Johnson. CHELSEA: M. Baxter 4, C. Bywater 2, C. Peele, T. Gardiner, H. Thomas, J. Clark, L. Charity, D. Willett.

Best: LANGWARRIN: J. Bateman, K. Albanese, J. Bateman, B. Peach, S. Paterson, M. Naughton. CHELSEA: G. Trew, J. Clark, M. Baxter, L. Krieger, T. Gardiner, B. Graham.

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Frankston YCW15101769705250.9260
Mt Eliza124013841059130.6948
Pines107014451277113.1640
Bonbeach106012781173108.9540
Seaford8811307143591.0834
Edithvale-Aspendale8801184126893.3832
Mornington61001314138195.1524
Langwarrin5110960138269.4620
Karingal41111040140673.9718
Chelsea21401007160262.868
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

RESERVES

 

Mornington 13.14 92 def Edithvale-Aspendale 4.5 29

Frankston YCW 19.18 132 def Pines 0.0 0

Chelsea 9.11 65 def Langwarrin 4.15 39

Seaford 10.5 65 def Karingal 8.8 56

Mt Eliza 15.8 98 def Bonbeach 4.7 31

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Mt Eliza15101484486305.3560
Bonbeach13301036580178.6252
Frankston YCW12401155674171.3648
Langwarrin10601088714152.3840
Seaford1070998934106.8540
Karingal79091095595.2928
Chelsea79088895093.4728
Edithvale-Aspendale3130528115045.9112
Mornington2140649130349.818
Pines2150463145331.878
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

UNDER 19

 

Edithvale-Aspendale 13.14 92 def Mornington 7.6 48

Frankston YCW 28.14 182 def Pines 1.0 6

Langwarrin 14.15 99 def Chelsea 2.2 14

Karingal 7.7 49 def Seaford 7.5 47

Mt Eliza 25.18 168 def Bonbeach 0.3 3

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Mt Eliza13301276547233.2752
Langwarrin12401158650178.1548
Seaford11601363641212.6444
Frankston YCW11501252641195.3244
Karingal11501094809135.2344
Edithvale-Aspendale9701026888115.5436
Mornington7901004998100.6028
Bonbeach5110620136045.5920
Chelsea2140646126251.198
Pines0170315195816.090
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

A GRADE

 

Edithvale-Aspendale 51 def Mornington 28

Frankston YCW 49 def Pines 36

Langwarrin 50 def Chelsea 32

Karingal 59 def Seaford 27

Bonbeach v Mt Eliza not submitted

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspendale1600897335267.7664
Karingal1420993501198.2056
Seaford1160736626117.5744
Mornington970672583115.2736
Frankston YCW970641586109.3936
Mt Eliza78063067193.8928
Langwarrin79059370783.8828
Pines413064782078.9016
Bonbeach213033188637.368
Chelsea115038981447.794
  • Rd16 Bonbeach v Mt Eliza not submitted
  • Rd17 Seaford v Pines played Easter Saturday

 

B GRADE

 

Edithvale-Aspendale 60 def Mornington 24

Frankston YCW 58 def Pines 23

Langwarrin 55 def Chelsea 25

Seaford 45 def Karingal 31

Mt Eliza 40 def Bonbeach 22

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspendale1510898409219.5660
Karingal1330883500176.6052
Frankston YCW1330747473157.9352
Seaford1060635487130.3940
Mornington970633590107.2936
Mt Eliza88065467197.4732
Langwarrin610054567480.8624
Chelsea412038174451.2116
Pines214050379063.678
Bonbeach016037491540.870

 

C GRADE

 

Edithvale-Aspendale 58 def Mornington 31

Frankston YCW 64 def Pines 24

Chelsea 36 def Langwarrin 35

Karingal 56 def Seaford 30

Mt Eliza 54 def Bonbeach 28

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspendale1501968341283.8762
Karingal1510852473180.1360
Frankston YCW1141664474140.0846
Mt Eliza1060698606115.1840
Langwarrin880604533113.3232
Mornington79056058795.4028
Chelsea610045962373.6824
Seaford511054563186.3720
Pines214039682548.008
Bonbeach016029594831.120

 

D GRADE

 

Edithvale-Aspendale 46 def Mornington 7

Frankston YCW 46 def Pines 10

Langwarrin 26 def Chelsea 21

Karingal 39 def Seaford 12

Mt Eliza 40 def Bonbeach 22

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Edith-Aspendale1600639179356.9864
Karingal1420655297220.5456
Frankston YCW1240493313157.5148
Mt Eliza1240548382143.4648
Langwarrin880384374102.6732
Seaford511027142264.2220
Chelsea410228051554.3720
Pines412024950749.1116
Bonbeach213128555551.3510
Mornington114125751749.716

 

 

 

NEPEAN FNL SCOREBOARD

 

SOMERVILLE           3.0             6.2             10.9          12.14          86

RED HILL                 2.3             6.4             7.6            10.9           69

Goals: SOMERVILLE: B. Rolfe 4, B. Sedgwick 3, J. Allsopp 2, A. Speedy, L. Rowe, J. McMahon. RED HILL: J. Mold 2, T. McEncroe 2, P. Dal Lago 2, S. Marchetti, J. Siversen, T. McKinley, M. Dillon.

Best: SOMERVILLE: B. Rolfe, J. Allsopp, S. Simpson, J. Westerman, T. McGenniss, J. Farrelly. RED HILL: J. Siversen, B. Poole, T. McKinley, M. Wallace, S. Thomson, P. Dal Lago.

 

FRANKSTON             3.2             7.8            12.12          17.16         118

PEARCEDALE           1.4             6.5             9.9           11.12          78

Goals: FRANKSTON: Z. Longham 5, N. Lonie 2, M. Maiorino 2, S. Fox 2, J. Burr, J. Degenhardt, C. Micari, B. Whittley, B. Sutton, S. Foster. PEARCEDALE: D. Hoare 2, T. Bravo 2, Z. Campbell 2, B. Mitchell 2, L. Jennings, H. Prior, A. Harnett.

Best: FRANKSTON: J. Degenhardt, J. Amalfi, J. Kingsbury, S. Fox, Z. Longham, N. Lonie. PEARCEDALE: H. Prior, A. Harnett, M. Williams, D. Hoare, B. Mitchell, T. Bravo.

 

ROSEBUD                 7.5            10.12          14.18          17.23         125

DROMANA               2.0             3.0             4.1             9.1            55

Goals: ROSEBUD: D. Stephens 3, G. Bentley 3, B. Schultz 3, A. Rose 2, K. Downie 2, S. Downie, B. Payne, B. Dwyer, G. Petersen. DROMANA: B. Cosson 2, A. Bird, C. Ongarello, J. Terry, A. Hunter, R. Wilde, S. Geurts, R. Johnston.

Best: ROSEBUD: D. Stephens, J. Jarman, B. Dwyer, G. Bentley, B. Payne, R. Bancroft. DROMANA: D. Geurts, C. Ongarello, B. Cosson, J. Hutchinson, D. Waugh, B. Quigley.

 

HASTINGS                5.2             14.4            18.9          20.12         132

CRIB POINT             0.4             2.4             3.5             4.6            30

Goals: HASTINGS: N. Gray 2, S. Foster 2, D. Hull 2, A. Vinson 2, D. Alanis 2, C. McVeigh 2, L. Hewitt 2, M. Devereaux 2, P. Rogasch, B. Dunne, J. Mulheron, S. Jansen. CRIB POINT: B. Davidson 2, D. Vercoe, K. Arnott.

Best: HASTINGS: M. Devereaux, N. Gray, J. Hewitt, A. Vinson, L. Clark, D. Alanis. CRIB POINT: P. Smith, Z. Condick, B. Phillips, D. Edwards, K. Stratton, B. Davidson.

 

DEVON MEADOWS  4.2             10.5            12.6           15.9           99

TYABB                      0.0             3.1             6.4             9.7            61

Goals: DEVON MEADOWS: Jace Henderson 3, J. Dehey 2, K. Salerno 2, C. Doria 2, C. Barker 2, A. Adams 2, Jack Henderson, J. Bowe. TYABB: not submitted.

Best: DEVON MEADOWS: C. Barker, Jace Henderson, J. Hillis, J. Hazendonk, J. Dehey, J. Stewart. TYABB: not submitted.

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Frankston12301578884178.5148
Rosebud11311335839159.1246
Somerville114015391117137.7844
Hastings105014521046138.8140
Red Hill10501186975121.6440
Sorrento87013491122120.2332
Rye7711181130490.5730
Devon Meadows7801194127493.7228
Dromana7801142131786.7128
Pearcedale41101052146771.7116
Crib Point2130925147162.888
Tyabb0150669178637.460

 

RESERVES

 

Rosebud 9.16 70 def Dromana 8.2 50

Devon Meadows 13.11 89 def Tyabb 4.10 34

Frankston 15.6 96 def Pearcedale 7.3 45

Red Hill 10.10 70 def Somerville 6.3 39

Crib Point 12.7 79 def Hastings 10.4 64

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Rosebud14101284482266.3956
Red Hill1230923582158.5948
Frankston1041980636154.0942
Rye10501061606175.0840
Somerville960969737131.4836
Sorrento960910714127.4536
Devon Meadows77177285889.9830
Crib Point690793742106.8724
Hastings410169298870.0418
Dromana411074690682.3416
Tyabb2121542127942.3810
Pearcedale1140439158127.774

 

UNDER 19

 

Rosebud 19.13 127 def Dromana 2.4 16

Tyabb 7.12 54 def Devon Meadows 4.9 33

Frankston 16.15 111 def Pearcedale 4.5 29

Red Hill 16 goals def Somerville 6 goals (full details not submitted)

Crib Point 7.11 53 def Hastings 6.6 42

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Red Hill15001622269602.9760
Sorrento14101859347535.7356
Rosebud12301297527246.1148
Somerville10501250411304.1440
Crib Point105080182696.9740
Frankston960925734126.0236
Devon Meadows510078192084.8920
Tyabb5100660101764.9020
Pearcedale4110522117244.5416
Hastings4110532131440.4916
Dromana2130543141438.408
Rye0150221206210.720

 

A GRADE

 

Rosebud 50 def Dromana 48

Tyabb 45 def Devon Meadows 29

Pearcedale 40 def Frankston 23

Somerville 44 def Red Hill 35

Crib Point bye

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Crib Point1401604292206.8558
Tyabb1311695358194.1354
Somerville1140657363180.9944
Devon Meadows960566403140.4536
Red Hill960601532112.9736
Dromana96054054499.2636
Rosebud86153260288.3734
Pearcedale69039163661.4824
Rye510048962877.8720
Sorrento312029167243.3012
Frankston113135569151.376

 

B GRADE

 

Dromana 51 def Rosebud 17

Tyabb 46 def Devon Meadows 43

Frankston 43 def Pearcedale 34

Somerville 61 def Red Hill 41

Crib Point 55 def Hastings 30

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Somerville1410777404192.3356
Devon Meadows1131712367194.0146
Frankston1140680480141.6744
Crib Point1041667408163.4842
Tyabb1050558426130.9940
Red Hill87055865884.8032
Rye78042457174.2628
Dromana59156464787.1722
Hastings510041154575.4120
Rosebud410142960570.9118
Pearcedale213035362556.488
Sorrento114032271944.784

 

C GRADE

 

Rosebud 33 def Dromana 24

Devon Meadows 41 def Tyabb 27

Pearcedale 44 def Frankston 22

Somerville 45 def Red Hill 31

Crib Point 41 def Hastings 17

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Devon Meadows1500621273227.4760
Crib Point1131436311140.1946
Somerville1140489274178.4744
Pearcedale1041419304137.8342
Tyabb960432348124.1436
Red Hill780449419107.1628
Frankston672378373101.3428
Rosebud69033838088.9524
Rye510035050070.0020
Dromana410129345963.8318
Hastings212122645949.2410
Sorrento114020453538.134

 

17 AND UNDER

 

Dromana 41 def Rosebud 19

Devon Meadows 30 def Tyabb 16

Red Hill bye

Crib Point bye

 

LadderWLDForAgnt%Pts
Dromana1311322202159.4154
Sorrento1221339222152.7050
Rosebud1221313210149.0550
Red Hill1131242187129.4146
Devon Meadows105024825198.8040
Tyabb87016121176.3032
Crib Point78010832533.2328
Rye69020533062.1224

 

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.