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REPORT: Borough Hold off Bombers in a Thriller

Port Melbourne have held off Essendon by just 5 points in a thrilling contest at Stannards Stadium on Saturday.

The Borough were bolstered by the inclusion of three Premiership players of last year, including that of dashing defender Damian Mascitti, who had not been seen in the red and blue since that famous Grand Final win.

With both sides coming in to the game off a Bye, it was the Bombers who got the jump on the Borough with four goals inside the first 12 minutes.

From that point on, Port were able to steady and gradually work their way back in to the contest approaching quarter time.

The second quarter was more of the same, as the Borough defended and attacked in equally effective measure.

With key backs Lucas Cook and Ryan Pendlebury leading the way, Port kept the Bombers goalless whilst managing to add four of their own at the other end; and entered the sheds under the Norm Goss Stand with an 11-point buffer at the main break.

The third term was always going to prove pivotal in the context of the result, and when small forward Blake Pearson kicked a staggering goal out of mid-air, the Borough’s lead had pushed out to 28 points and they were seemingly carrying their momentum through to an easy victory.

However, the Bombers came again.

On either side of three-quarter time, they fought valiantly; and were often surgical in their ability to punish Port’s turnovers across half forward.

It all made for a very tense finish to such an important game.

Essendon’s Josh Green snapped truly at the 26-minute mark to draw the Bombers to within 6 points, and the strong contingent of home fans were left to hold their breath for the final few minutes.

In a chaotic passage of play, debutant and 2000th Senior Port Melbourne representative Thomas ‘Junior’ O’Sullivan failed to score from a rushed kick on goal with approximately 90 seconds left on the clock that would’ve put his side safely ahead by 7 points.

As it were, the Bombers went coast-to-coast and had dangerous Bomber Danny Younan – who had already booted three goals – stream out the back of Port’s defence with a clear path to an open goal ahead of him.

His kick from close range would drift aside into the left-hand goalpost, and the siren sounded soon after to signify a 5-point Borough win.

The Norm Goss Stand breathed a collective sigh of relief.

As the dust settled, it became clear that the efforts of Tom O’Sullivan (22 possessions), Eli Templeton (19 possessions and 7 marks) and Mack Rivett (22 possessions and a goal) were among those crucial in the victory, whilst the front-half combination of Dylan Conway (2 goals), Guy Dickson (2), Blake Pearson and Jordan Lisle were pleasingly efficient when the side went inside forward 50.

As much as it was an incredibly close call, the importance of the win could not be downplayed; and seemingly leaves Port’s destiny firmly in its own hands as it continues the fight for a top 8 – and potentially a top 4 – berth.

The Borough now sit 7th with 9 wins and 6 losses, two wins clear of Essendon in 9th spot, but one game off Box Hill in 4th, in what is a very similar ‘logjam’ situation to that of the AFL competition with three games to play.

It all starts with a ‘reversed’ fixture against Collingwood back at Stannards Stadium this Saturday afternoon.

Initially scheduled to be held at Victoria Park on Sunday 12th August (at 1:00pm), the day / venue change occurs in light of Port Melbourne’s Round 2 game against the Pies being played at the Holden Centre.

The game will commence this Saturday (11th August) at 2:10pm, and will also be subject to live coverage on Channel 7.

Port Melbourne 3.2-20 7.4-46 11.7-73 12.10-82
Essendon 5.2-32 5.5-35 8.7-55 11.11-77

Goal Kickers: G. Dickson 2, D. Conway 2, B. Pearson, A. Anastasio, R. Nahas, J. Lisle, M. Rivett, K. Haretuku, M. Wooffindin, T. O’Sullivan.

Best Players: E. Templeton, M. Rivett, L. Cook, C. Walker, R. Pendlebury, M. Wooffindin.

REPORT: Sam Wharton.

Image credit: Emily Fraser-Ison.