From Frankston FC website
Reported by Michael Robinson

A good crowd came to Frankston Park to see the Battle of the Bayside. Sandy got off to a good start controlling the game and kicking 6 first quarter goals and despite the efforts of Aaron Murray kicking 3 golas himself, the Zebra took a 20 point lead into quarter time.

The Dolphins fought back in the second quarter kicking the 1st 3 goals to get within 2 points until the Zebras added 2 themselves to lead by 16 points at half time.

Frankston tried hard to stay with Zebras in the 3rd quarter but again a couple of late Zebra goals gave Sandy a 26 point lead at the final change.

Again Frankston came out and kicked the 1st 2 goals of the final quarter to get within 2 goals but goals to former Dolphin Ryan Ferguson and Peter Summers sealed a 4 goal win for the Zebras.

Ricky Morris with 4 goals was the Dolphins best. Shaun Pollard did an excellent job on Nick Sautner. Paul Rebeschini and Toby Conroy also tried hard.

Despite the loss the Dolphins remain in 6th position with a 2-2 record. Next Sunday the Dolphins head to Williamstown for what should be a big Mothers Day clash with the game beginning at 2pm.

Frankston       3.1  6.2  8.6    10.8(68 )
Sandringham  6.3  8.6  12.8  14.8(92)

Goals: Ricky Morris 4, Aaron Murray 3, Justin Berry 2, Marcus Marigliani

Best Players: Ricky Morris, Paul Rebeschini, Toby Conroy, Shaun Pollard, James Magner, Paul Kennedy

In the reserves game at Casey Fields, Frankston dominated the Casey Scorpions from start to finish to win by 102 points.

It was a fantastic team performance lead by Tory Dickson with 5 goals. Sam Reddaway,Mitchell Bosward and Glen Manson also in the Best.

Now in 5th position this is a big confidence booster leading into a rematch with Williamstown at Williamstown next Sunday at 11:10am.

Frankston            4.8  12.11  18.14   21.16(142)
Casey Scorpions  1.1  2.3      4.3      6.4(40)

Goals: Tory Dickson 5, Brett Dore 4, Raymond George 2, Kris Barnes 2, Curtis Barker 2, Dylan Luxa 2, Luke Forsyth, Trent Shinners,  Jarrod Rafferty, Glen Manson

Best Players: Tory Dickson, Sam Reddaway, Mitchell Bosward, Glen Manson, Curtis Barker, Dylan Luxa