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FRANKSTON Dolphins Leigh Osborne, Khan Haretuku and Kyle Martin wore the Big V with distinction on Saturday.

The trio were among the best players in the VFL's 108-point win over Tasmanian State League at Hobart's Blundstone Arena.

Dolphins coach Simon Goosey also played a role, as assistant coach to Gary Ayres.

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If you thought Tiger Woods' recent yips on the greens were bad, you haven't seen Luke 'Pup' Clark kick for goal this season.

The usually deadly full forward had kicked a woeful 1.13 going into the senior bye in Round 9, so coach Simon Goosey sent him back to the development side to get some much-needed confidence.

Hard work ahead

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THE Frankston Dolphins will undergo a "mini pre-season" before their next game on June 2.

A bye followed by the state game will put the Dolphins' season into recess for three weeks, but players shouldn't expect an easy time of it. Far from it, in fact.

Coach Simon Goosey intends to use the time wisely.

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FRANKSTON co-captain Luke Potts suffered a knee injury in the Dolphins' 36-point loss to Box Hill Hawks on Saturday.

"We won't know until Wednesday how he pulls up," Frankston coach Simon Goosey said.

Potts came back on after injuring the knee, but was hobbling after the game.

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