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Redlegs outrun Frankston Bombers DIVISION ONE

By Brodie Cowburn MT ELIZA have started the year on the right foot with a big win over the Frankston Bombers. The Redlegs signalled their intent early with a big first quarter. A four goals to one opening term put the Bombers on the back foot. The Redlegs continued to apply pressure throughout the match, and ended up running out 55 point winners. The final score read 5.5 (35) to 13.12 (90). Sam Gill, Lachlan Williams, Sam Webster, Zach Rouse, and Nicholas McKinnon kicked two goals each for the winning side. Under the new lights at Frankston Park, the Stonecats scored a big win. Frankston YCW defeated Pines 36 93.

Light work: Frankston YCW did it easily in their night game against Pines. Picture: Alan Dillon

Rye prevail after a last quarter blitz DIVISION TWO

By Brodie Cowburn RYE have opened their season with a strong win over Devon Meadows. Both sides had to contend with difficult weather conditions at RJ Rowley Reserve. After a scrappy opening half, Rye

opened up a two goal lead. Devon Meadows wrestled back control in the third quarter, and took a one point lead into the final term. The Demons piled on the pressure in the final quarter, scoring five goals to zero. They sprinted over the finish line to an impressive 9.9 (63) to 4.8 (32) win.

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Crib Point scored a huge win to start their 2021 campaign. The Magpies scored eight goals to two in a dominant first half against Pearcedale. They continued to put their opponents to the sword, eventually claiming a 58 point win. Karingal put together a comprehen-

sive performance to defeat Chelsea in their first game for the season. A five goals to one first quarter set the Bulls up for a comfortable win at Chelsea Reserve. Karingal defeated Chelsea 7.10 (52) to 13.6 (84). Jack Harmes was the Bulls’ best on the day.

Tyabb were made to pay for their wastefulness in front of goal on Saturday. Hastings got the better of Tyabb at Bunguyan Reserve, winning 4.13 (37) to 9.8 (62). Seaford and Langwarrin also scored wins over Mornington and Somerville respectively.

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