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This game will be a cracker and will be much closer than recent Port v Williamstown clashes from North Port Oval. The borough to win by 2 goals in a close on only because of the home ground. If it pours it will make it tougher for the seagulls as they do not fire in the wet at Port. Liam Jones would have been handy for the seagulls but does not qualify.

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Will be an excellent contest, but I think we can get over the line given the ground and conditions will probably favor us. Very much looking forward to it.

Go Borough!

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This game will be a cracker and will be much closer than recent Port v Williamstown clashes from North Port Oval. The borough to win by 2 goals in a close on only because of the home ground. If it pours it will make it tougher for the seagulls as they do not fire in the wet at Port. Liam Jones would have been handy for the seagulls but does not qualify.

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Home ground advantage you reckon VFA ???

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Bury them Borough!

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vfa wrote:

This game will be a cracker and will be much closer than recent Port v Williamstown clashes from North Port Oval. The borough to win by 2 goals in a close on only because of the home ground. If it pours it will make it tougher for the seagulls as they do not fire in the wet at Port. Liam Jones would have been handy for the seagulls but does not qualify.

Home ground advantage you reckon VFA ???

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Port does have an advantage against Williamstown at Port. The seagulls form against the borough at North Port Oval has not been great however tomorrow's game will be much closer.

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Williamstown $2.35
Port Melbourne $1.57
($1.90 Line is 10.5pts)

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Clayton Hinkley into the side looking at the ressies and rumours ar about 8 AFL Players in the Seagulls side.

Willy won the twos 144 to 48.







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Clayton Hinkley into the side looking at the ressies and rumours ar about 8 AFL Players in the Seagulls side.

Willy won the twos 144 to 48.







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I'm a lousy tipster for sure...tipped Port Melbourne and Geelong to win today...with that form having tipped a Liberal win...maybe Labor is in with a chance!

Big day for Williamstown after their Rd 14 performance when they could only manage 2.7 for the game at the same venue...that's a 25 goal turnaround...a stunning performance for sure...completely unexpected..

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In the Seniors, even the scoreboard couldn't cope. It must have been too much for it having the AWAY team on the top, and it went blank. Was it in protest at the lack of protocol for Finals???

Why Williamstown in white shorts?

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