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scoreboard Bulls charge home for a draw PENINSULA LEAGUE

By Toe Punt KARINGAL almost doubled its score in the final 16 minutes of the match to draw against Seaford in Peninsula Division football on Saturday. At the 12-and-a-half minute mark of the final quarter at Ballam Park, Tigers’ star Aaron Walton kicked his second goal of the afternoon and put his side 30 points in front. At that stage, it was the biggest margin of the day and a Karingal revival looked remote. However, led by a dominating Grant Goodall in the ruck, Cal Dixon through the middle, Michael Burke in attack and Aaron Paxton and best on ground Duncan Proud in defence, the Bulls unleashed the shackles and attacked the top of the square. The Bulls booted 4.8 in a frantic final 16 minutes before the siren sounded with the scoreboard reading 9.17 (71) to 10.11 (71). Seaford completely stopped running at the ten minute mark of the last quarter. Had it not been for the experience of Dean Williamson and Kyle Matthews in the tense final minutes, Seaford probably would have been overrun completely. It was a special day for three-time Seaford premiership player Joe Hallal, who ran out for the 200th time after making his debut in 2000. The day wasn’t so special for gun Karingal recruit and full forward Leigh Poholke, who left the field in the opening term with what appeared to be an ACL injury. Scans will confirm through the week. Jackson Mockett was superb for the Tigers and one of their best with a game

Shark net: Bonbeach couldn’t contain Frankston YCW who ran out 114 point winners. Picture: Andrew Hurst

high four goals, while Matt Herbert was outstanding in the first half. This week should see the return of Jake Kelly and Chris Hay for the Bulls. A Shane Paterson led Langwarrin booted 12 goals to one in the second half against Edithvale-Aspendale to notch its first win of the 2016 season. With Kangas president Dave Nelli telling the RPP Footy Show on Saturday morning that the club had embarked on a rebuilding strategy, the evergreen Paterson did everything he

could to ensure that his young charges got over the line, 12.13 (85) to 9.12 (66). The Eagles led by 22 points at half time after making the most of the strong wind, however, could only manage just one more goal for the game. Paterson took control of the team while coach Brad Dredge got married (the day was planned before he was offered the Langwarrin coaching job). Kieran Albanese continued his strong start to the season with four majors for the Kangas while Blake Peach played

his best game of the season with three goals. Angus Macguire and Lochie Brodie were the best of the Eagles, while the more experienced Tim Mannix and Jeremy Heys worked tirelessly. Pines blew Mornington out of the water with a seven goal to two opening quarter and were never challenged after that, winning for the first time since the late 1990’s at Alexandra Park, 18.15 (123) to 12.11 (83). A fit and firing Tim Bongetti booted

seven goals for the Pythons in a devastating display while Paul Scanlon and Luke Potts dominated through the middle of the ground. Warwick and Joel Miller were once again the best of the Doggies while Will Goosey played his best ever game of senior footy. Bonbeach coach Steve Hughes told the RPP Footy Show live in the studio on Saturday morning that his side had nothing to lose and everything to gain against the yardstick of the competition in Frankston YCW. After a 23.10 (148) to 4.10 (34) whipping, it would have been hard for Hughes to take away any positives. The Sharks are now the only side in the competition without a win and sit on the bottom of the table. The Stonecats had nine goal kickers with Dave Bodley booting six and Paul Minchington, Anthony Bruhn, Lew Roberts and Sam Widdowson all kicking three each, while two of the most exciting players in the competition, Ryley Hodson and Ben Credlin, dominated. Shane McDonald, Chris Bryan and Beau Bailey were the best of the Sharks. Mt Eliza trailed Chelsea by four points at half time on Saturday before booting eight goals to one in the third to blow the game apart. The final score was 14.8 (92) to 6.16 (52). Nick Strickland booted four for the winners while a further eight players contributed on the scoreboard. Anthony Cleary was outstanding. Josh Tripcony and Grant Trew were fine contributors for the Gulls, along with Jack Francis.

Interleague squads announced INTERLEAGUE

By Toe Punt TWO MPNFL squads have been selected for Victorian Football Championships later this month. The main squad will tackle Northern Football League on Saturday, May 21 at Rye’s RJ Rowley Reserve, while a Young Guns squad will play Yarra Ranges, previously named the Yarra Valley Mountain District Football Netball League. Peninsula region AFL South East League Manager Shaun Connell said this will be a fantastic opportunity for many people in our region to represent the MPFNL. “Whilst in regular season games there are two different leagues it now feels that the Mornington Peninsula community is represented as one,” Connell said. The coaches selected to lead the MPNFL representative sides are as follows: MPNFL v NFL Seniors Football: John Hynes U19 Football: Steve Brattle Open Netball: Ben Black U19 Netball: Jess Hosking AFL Yarra Ranges v MPNFL Young Guns Football: John Sloan

U19 Football: Mark Hustwaite Open Netball: Laura Herrington U17 Netball: Shelley Cottle The Squads Peninsula Division Bonbeach: Dylan Jones, Shane McDonald Chelsea: Ben Holman, James Brain, Todd Gardiner Edithvale-Aspendale: Steve Mannix, Jeremy Heys Frankston YCW: Byron Barry, Kevin Lylak, Ash Eames, Sam Widdowson, Ryan Santon, Anthony Bruhn, Kyle Hutchison, Paul Minchington, Lachlan Wallace, Anthony Barry Karingal: Leigh Poholke Langwarrin: Nicholas Tuddenham Mornington: Warwick Miller, Jimmy Cameron, Jackson Calder Mt Eliza: Sam Gill, Jay Neratzaglou, Ben Landry, Rohan Heasley, Justin Van Unen, Dave Barton Pines: Luke Potts, Paul Scanlon, Guy Hendry, Aaron Edwards, Tim Bongetti, Beau Hendry Seaford: Kyle Mathews, Dean Williamson Nepean Division Crib Point: Taylor Stratton Devon Meadows: Steven Roberts Dromana: Rikki Johnston, Christian

Ongarello, Sam Geurts, Beau Cosson Frankston: Beau Muston, Ryan Kitchen, Samuel Fox Hastings: Paul Rogasch, Matt Clifford, Luke Clark Pearcedale: Dylan Hoare Red Hill: Jake Mitchell Rosebud: Seb Kreumich, Greg Bentley, Keegan Downie Rye: Adam Kirkwood, Ryan Mullet, Nathan Henley, Kris Bardon, Jye Lloyd, Brady Egan Somerville: Tim McGenniss, Scott Simpson, Ben Crowe, David Hirst Sorrento: Tyrren Head, Leigh Treeby, James Hallahan, Luke Tapscott, Nick Corp, Scott Lockwood Tyabb: Ethan Rahilly Young Guns Squad Peninsula Bonbeach: Jackson Casey, Lachlan Gill – Renouf Chelsea: Matt Silva Edithvale-Aspendale: Shaun Fisher, Mark Mullins Frankston YCW: Ben Credlin, Jack Greenwood, Zinzile Mosamine, Ryley Hodson Karingal: Jake Kelly, Aaron Paxton, Harry Czarnecki, Aaron Lees Langwarrin: Luke Churcher, Nick Hammil Mornington: Josh Halsall, Jake Smart Mt Eliza: Brodie Shaw, Robbie Turnbull Pines: Patrick Jack-

son, Rhys Chalkley Seaford: Jonathan Haidon, Matthew Herbert Nepean Crib Point: Brendan Phillips Devon Meadows: Patrick Harmes, Jack Hazendonk Dromana: Daniel Geurts, Reece Wilde, Billy Quigley Frankston: Zac Longham, Dale Sutton, Ryan Marks-Logan Hastings: Luke Smith, Wade Delahaye, Jake Hewitt Pearcedale: Alex Hartnett Red Hill: Jonah Siverson, Jackson Dalton, Michael Mock Rosebud: Jackson McCrae, Glenn Peterson Rye: Jimmy Jennings, Somerville: Rowan Hogenbirk, Adrian Speedy, Luke Rowe Sorrento: Luke Brigden, Zac Byrnes, Danny Stevenson UNDER 19’s v Northern Chelsea: Justin Furborough, Joel King, Ciaron Doherty, Jesse Davies, Corey Edmunds Frankston YCW: Luke Paynter, Lachlan Street, Joshua Butland, Bailey Williams Karingal: Mason Russel, Travis Puntaroni, Brad Occipinti, Zane Merdanovic, Blake Simpson Mornington: Broden Bird, Kalen Bird, Lachlan Hewitt, Bradley Harding, Hayden Anderson, Jack Wells, Lachlan Susovich, Ryan O’Neill,Kyle

Bleazby Pines: Jayden Goldsmith, Jacob Boyle, Reece Stewart, Brad Kiely Seaford: Luke Hayes, Rick Chisholm, Ben Searle, Taka Tohiariki, Dylan Howlett Under 19s v Yarra Ranges Crib Point: Jayden Deas, Nick Rutherford, Ethan Smith, Kye Espenschied, Gordon Frankel Devon Meadows: Jayden Sullivan, Liam Drew, Josh Stewart Dromana: Alex Bird, Ethan Johnson, Dean Waugh Frankston: Koby Villis, Tyler Neal, Rhys De Deugd Hastings: Aaron King, Sean Hewitt, Kayne Lewis, Peter Megee Pearcedale: Jayron Ostrom Red Hill: Jono Ross, Sam Scicluna Rosebud: Adam Jarred, Sean Downie, Fletcher Hustwaite, Tom Stoffels Rye: Harrison Devine-Richardson, Joel Wills Somerville: Josh McMahon, Liam Gruar, Matt Elliot, Sam McDonnell, Jake Whybrow, Bailey Dorling, Jackson Stapleton Sorrento: Chad Harris, Jack Grant, Mitch Towers, Joe Boase, Rhys Byrnes, Harry White Tyabb: Brock Regan, Darcy Underwood, Bailey Henderson

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