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Round 13 - v Box Hill
[b]Box Hill Hawks v Port Melbourne[/b] [b]Box Hill Hawks:[/b] B: N Smith, Hill, Height. HB: Tuck, Dowler, Kelleher. C: Breese, Moss, Weinert. HF: Vandenberg, Shore, Murphy. F: Muston, Little, Renouf. R: McEntee, Kennedy, Gibson. Int: Neil, Eva, Marcius, Marguccio, Suckling, O'Sullivan, Crook, Barker. [b]Port Melbourne: [/b] B: Milhuisen, Livingston, Pleming. HB: Obst, Baird, Brewer. C: Rowe, Spriggs, Nahas. HF: B Nixon, Dukes, Hazell. F: Robbins, Smith, Pitt. R: Fanning, Shaw, McMahon. Int: Carroll, Langford, Pinwill, Bonaddio, Cain, Cotchett, D Kelly, Pearce. Looks like Spriggs may have got off after appeal.
booga
He must have just been named in case, but I don't think he got off.
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He did get off as it is on the VFL Website that his appeal was upheld. Go Borough!
theobserver
Nah, the appeal was dismissed
NorthPort
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Thought someone else might have mentioned this one but I am surprised to see Cotchett named amongst the Interchange. Not sure if it was related to form or a disciplinary thing, but I reckon he has been ok this season without being outstanding. Maybe just putting him on notice? Also Johnstone and perhaps Sutcliffe couldn't be too far off a spot in the side. Particularly with the recent indifferent performance by the senior side. I would have put Johnstone in for Spriggs (assuming he was rubbed out)






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[b]Seniors[/b] Box Hill Hawks 3.4 4.10 8.13 11.16 (82) Port Melbourne 1.4 2.8 4.12 5.14 (44) GOALS: Box Hill Hawks: Shore 3 Gibson 2 Muston Crook Little Kennedy Renouf Dowler Port Melbourne: Langford 2 Dukes Smith Robbins BEST: Box Hill Hawks: Shore Smith Tuck Kennedy Breese Hill Port Melbourne: Rowe Obst Hazell Baird Cotchett Livingston Oh boy... on a cold, windy day at Box Hill, Port continued the run of recent losses, going down by almost 6 goals to Box Hill. In a game marred by turnovers in the windy conditions, Box Hill used the ball better to take the four points. The Borough's inaccuracy in front of goals continued finishing 5.14 I'll post a bit more of a write up later. [b]Reserves[/b] Box Hill Hawks 1.1 4.2 9.3 13.4 (82) Port Melbourne 4.5 7.8 10.12 11.16 (82) GOALS: Box Hill Hawks: Batt 4 Cook 2 Pedersen 2 Buchanan 2 Neil Barker Marguccio Port Melbourne: Bonaddio 2 Pearce 2 Bloomfield 2 Gilham Monteath Sutcliffe Allan Carroll BEST: Box Hill Hawks: Markovic Bull Seehusen Neil Barker O'Sullivan Port Melbourne: Dwyer Bonaddio Peel Monteath Carroll Thomas One that got away from Port.. after leading at each of the first three breaks, the Borough slowed, while the Mustangs made the most of their chances in front of goal, and looked like stealing the 4 points. But a match-winning opportunity came Port's way, running into an open goal, only to hit the post and draw scores level. Dwyer continued his good form in the reserves, and Bonaddio can probably feel a little lucky to be left out of the senior side, given Dukes looked to be carrying an injury into the game.






theobserver
Are Port gawnnn Onslaught?
SpazzyPC
Buggar.
STANGA
Beauty! Should beat Tassie next week, although what a fantastic loss they had on the weekend! Lower rungs of the finals? Possible! Not deserved!
NorthPort
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[quote="theobserver"]Are Port gawnnn Onslaught?[/quote] Yep.. just about run our race for this season Observer Frankston have had the wood over us in the past few encounters, and I can't see that changing based on some of the factors in Ports losses over the last few weeks.