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VFL REPORT: Borough Go Down in Heartbreaker

Port Melbourne has suffered an agonising 2-point home defeat at the hands of Collingwood in Round 19 on Saturday afternoon.

Amidst a chaotic second half containing thunder, lightning and hailstones, the Magpies took home the spoils after the Borough peppered the goals relentlessly but unsuccessfully in the final few minutes.

The game was the ultimate showpiece for Melbourne’s reputation of possessing “four seasons in one day”.

Under brilliant sunshine initially, it was Collingwood who bounced out of the blocks with four of the opening five goals.

From about the halfway mark of the first term though, Port were able to gradually get the game on their terms and draw closer to the Pies by the first change.

Unfortunately, they were never able to draw any closer than 7 points; and may have been even further behind than the 13 points that was shown by the half time break had Collingwood translated their statistical dominance to the scoreboard.

As the dark clouds ominously rolled in above North Port at the start of the third quarter, the Borough flicked in to another gear and suddenly turned the game on its ahead with a blistering 10-minute patch of footy.

They went from 13 down to 6 in front by the time skipper Jordan Lisle booted his second goal in as many minutes at the 13-minute mark, as the likes of Eli Templeton and Tom O’Sullivan begun to win the contest and drive the ball forward at will.

The well-earned lead didn’t last long though, and was soon relinquished once more.

It would eventuate into a crucial period of footy too.

Three quick ones to the Pies in response soon had them back in front by 12, a lead which became all the more daunting as the heavens finally opened.

Incredible scenes prevailed for the duration of the afternoon, as Stannards Stadium was pelted with rain and hail; leaving the surface saturated and even had Channel 7 camera crews scampering for cover.

With a game still to be won – and an all-important one at that – Dylan Conway was able to convert a free kick from a ruck infringement at the 6-minute mark of the last to breathe fresh life in to the Borough’s hopes of victory.

With a solitary kick separating the two clubs, the final 25 minutes was frantic to say the least; and a terrific advertisement for hard, tough, desperate football.

In a scene which summed up Port’s luckless attempts to pinch the lead back, small forward Blake Pearson scrambled a kick on goal approaching time-on that pitched in a pool of water centimetres from the goal line before being rushed through by the valiant Pies defence.

With the ball locked almost exclusively inside Port’s attacking half, further shots just went astray from Tom O’Sullivan, Guy Dickson and Mack Rivett, with the siren sounding shortly after much to the dismay of the fans in red and blue.

The forlorn faces of players and fans alike told the tale of disappointment at the defeat, but there could certainly be a great deal of pride taken from the effort in the face of various adversities.

It perhaps said a bit for the Borough’s slow start that three defenders – Lucas Cook, Damian Mascitti and Dylan Van Unen – were named best for their games, whilst Mitch Wooffindin (midfielder), Shannen Lange (midfielder) and Dylan Conway (forward) filled the other slots.

Pearson and Lisle were the best contributors in front of goal with two apiece.

The narrow loss now leaves the Borough with only an extremely outside chance of a top 4 finish, and still leaves the side one win away from being a 100% guarantee of a 2018 Finals berth with two games remaining.

The first of those two games will see Port face off against their traditional and in-form rival Williamstown at Point Gellibrand this Sunday.

Action gets underway at 2:00pm.

Port Melbourne 4.3-27 5.5-35 8.9-57 9.14-68

Collingwood 5.5-35 7.9-51 10.9-69 10.10-70

Goal Kickers: B. Pearson 2, J. Lisle 2, M. Rivett, D. Conway, E. Templeton, K. Haretuku, C. Searle.

Best Players: L. Cook, D. Mascitti, D. Van Unen, M. Wooffindin, S. Lange, D. Conway.

Report: Sam Wharton.

Image credits: Mozzed Video and Photography.