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REPORT: Borough Back on Track after Tough Win over Pies

Port Melbourne have celebrated Gary Ayres’ 700th game as a player and coach in the AFL/VFL with a memorable Round 2 victory over Collingwood at the Holden Centre on Saturday afternoon.

Through torrential rain and wind in the first half, the Borough displayed their willingness to put last week’s showing against Richmond behind them by cracking in to contests at will; thanks mainly to the work of their in-and-under brigade such as Isaac Conway, Mack Rivett and Matt Arnot.

Up forward, captain Jordan Lisle began to assert his authority on the contest, as he slotted the only two goals of the second term to have his side well within striking range at the major interval.

The conditions in the second half were a stark contrast to the first, as Melbourne’s weather played to its usual tendencies in suddenly displaying brilliant sunshine.

It remained very heavy underfoot though, which often meant both sides continued to struggle in controlling their ball skills at various stages.

Despite that, there remained a feeling within the game that the Borough were not going to fade away even when they continued to be in arrears on the scoreboard.

A typically opportunistic soccered goal by Anthony Anastasio then put the side in front at the 22-minute mark of the third, before goals were exchanged on either side of the three-quarter time break to ensure the tension remained.

After an extended arm wrestle that saw both sides exchange momentum during the last quarter, it took until deep into time-on for goals to Blake Pearson and Shannen Lange to finally confirm that the Borough would record their first victory of season 2018.

The result marked a perfect response to the previous week’s loss to the Tigers, and also kept intact Port’s remarkable recent record when commemorating club milestones.

This time, it was Ayres’ turn to bask in the limelight, as he rattled off several media commitments before being able to enjoy the song with the players (pictured, above).

Individually, much of the response came from the new wave of leaders.

Lisle was simply outstanding, as he defied both the unsuitably slippery conditions and a regular match up to recent Borough-turned-Collingwood draftee Brody Mihocek to bag a haul of five goals.

He was well supported by delivery from a rugged midfield, as Isaac Conway (17 tackles), Rivett, Arnot, Harvey Hooper and even ex-Horsham debutant Billy Lloyd headed up the standouts.

Down back, Lucas Cook was a pillar of solidarity all day, as he led a defensive unit that only conceded four goals after the initial first-quarter burst by the Pies.

The win puts the Borough ‘back on track’ ahead of another crucial Round 3 clash with early competition standouts Sandringham; who are undefeated after their first two games.

Action will take place at Trevor Barker Beach Oval from 2:00pm this Sunday.

Collingwood 3.2-20 3.2-20 5.3-33 7.5-47
Port Melbourne 0.2-2 2.4-16 5.6-36 9.9-63

Goal Kickers: J. Lisle 5, B. Pearson 2, S. Lange, A. Anastasio.

Best Players: J. Lisle, I. Conway, L. Cook, H. Hooper, L. Waddell, M. Rivett.

Report by Sam Wharton.

Image credit: Jenny Tserkezidis.