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Round 6 - Port Melbourne v Frankston

Port Melbourne vs. Frankston (ABC TV)
Saturday 16 May
TEAC Oval at 1:10 PM

Port Melbourne

B A. Deluca Pleming S. Brewer
HB McGrath Baird Nixon
C Hassett Dwyer O'Keefe
HF Raymond Smith Robbins
F F. Deluca Bonaddio Dalton
R McLaren McMahon Pinwill
Int Cain Scipione Clarkson
Schultz Siciliano Dillon
Wall Grima

Frankston

B Ongarello Pollard Rogasch
HB Ablett Shinners Hibberd
C Keely Berry Proctor
HF Dickson D. Whelan Baguley
F P. Whelan Murray Lombardozzi
R Dore Marigliani Magner
Int Hobbs Lourey Kennedy
McDonald Limbach Winterton
M. Clark Purves

NorthPort
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Anyone care to try and work out who will make up the interchange bench for both sides?







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Good game.. Frankston shot out of the blocks early, but were held goal-less in the final term.

Port Melbourne: 1.2.8 ~ 7.4.46 ~ 10.6.66 ~ 16.9.105
Frankston: 5.4.34 ~ 7.4.46 ~ 12.7.79 ~ 12.12.84

GOALS:
Port Melbourne: Bonaddio 3, Baird 3, McLaren 2, McMahon 2, Dwyer, Nixon, Pinwill, Schultz, Raymond, O'Keefe.
Frankston: Limbach 3, Whelan 2, Dickson 2, Berry 2, Baguley, Dore, McDonald.

BEST:
Port Melbourne: Pleming, Hassett, Brewer, McMahon, Pinwill, McLaren.
Frankston: Berry, Hibberd, Dickson, Rogasch, Baguley, Pollard.







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The Borough haven't quite hit their straps yet, but Frankston pushed Williamstown last week, so they can count themselves very unlucky to be 0-6 at this stage of the season.

I believe there was some bad news for Port coming out of the reserves match (which Frankston won by about 7 goals).. was Blake Grima breaking an arm. He's had a rotten run with injuries, hopefully he makes a quick recovery.

David Pitt also made his return in the two's.

I thought Frankstons skill level was good, but the Borough has so much height around the ground, it makes for a few mismatches that are very hard to cover.

This game was probably a decent indicator of where Port are at, but next weeks match against Williamstown should be an absolute corker.







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[quote=NorthPort]The Borough haven't quite hit their straps yet, but Frankston pushed Williamstown last week, so they can count themselves very unlucky to be 0-6 at this stage of the season.

I believe there was some bad news for Port coming out of the reserves match (which Frankston won by about 7 goals).. was Blake Grima breaking an arm. He's had a rotten run with injuries, hopefully he makes a quick recovery.

David Pitt also made his return in the two's.

I thought Frankstons skill level was good, but the Borough has so much height around the ground, it makes for a few mismatches that are very hard to cover.

This game was probably a decent indicator of where Port are at, but next weeks match against Williamstown should be an absolute corker.[/quote]

Tough luck for Blake Grima. Top bloke, Quality person.

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