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REPORT: Borough Celebrate Frank Johnson Heritage Day with Stirring Win

Port Melbourne have staged a remarkable turnaround from the previous week’s loss to Sandringham by overcoming their arch rivals Williamstown by 33 points on Saturday afternoon at North Port Oval.

After a week full of dissection on where things went awry in the 55-point home loss to the Zebras, the Borough were able to commemorate their annual ‘Frank Johnson Heritage Day’ with a memorable victory over the in-form Seagulls.

Donning a kit inspired by circa 1950’s – Johnson’s era of VFA/VFL dominance – the boys in the red and dark navy blue put on a performance to be proud of.

Key players Lucas Cook and Dylan Conway were among a total of four inclusions, and from the outset, it was clear that this was a different Port Melbourne outfit from the previous week.

They matched the Williamstown side offensively, defensively and around the contest; and aside from a brief relinquishment of the lead early in the first term, were actually able to hold the Seagulls at bay for all of the afternoon.

That’s not to say it wasn’t a battle.

With the outstanding ruckman Nick Meese known for providing ‘first-use’ to a star-studded Williamstown midfield, the contest at the coalface was always going to prove pivotal.

As it were, the Borough’s recently-acquired young ruckman Kieran Strachan was outstanding early on, and more than held his own against the might of Meese.

Ultimately, Strachan was to go down with a suspected fractured ankle approaching half time, with subsequent analysis expected to confirm that the luckless youngster may be out for the remainder of the season.

From relative parity in the centre though, Port still had to rely on some of its more unheralded midfielders to lift the side, as the likes of Isaac Conway and Eli Templeton became the subject of opposition attention.

That’s where Mack Rivett stepped up.

With 27 hard-fought possessions and a goal to his name by game’s end, he would go on to become a much-deserved winner of the second annual ‘Frank Johnson Tribute Medal’, awarded to the Borough’s best player on the day and judged by members of the Johnson family.

The award must’ve been a closely-run thing with fellow midfielder Mitch Wooffindin, who was outstanding in almost-equal measure on his way to collecting a game-high 34 possessions.

Both players were terrific all day, but with one-point the ever-decreasing lead and the contest well and truly on the line at three-quarter time, Wooffindin and Rivett were particularly dynamic as the side kicked five goals-to-none with the wind in the final term, which put the result firmly beyond doubt.

Defenders Cook and Dylan Van Unen were very good in their own right, with Cook’s presence a much-needed calming influence in the back half if nothing else – again a stark contrast from a week earlier.

Goals were again pleasingly widespread, with skipper Jordan Lisle the only multiple contributor with two.

Aside from being a terrific victory over the Borough’s most traditional rival, the win also took the side’s record to 7-5 and signified a much-needed boost back into the top 8 ahead of a clash with the similarly-placed Box Hill Hawks at Box Hill City Oval this Sunday.

Action will get underway at 2:00pm.

Port Melbourne 4.2-26 7.5-47 8.8-56 13.12-90
Williamstown 4.1-25 4.2-26 8.7-55 8.9-57

Goal Kickers: J. Lisle 2, B. Pearson, M. Wooffindin, L. Tynan, E. Templeton, T. Hobbs, T. O’Sullivan, K. Haretuku, S. Lange, D. Conway, H. Hooper, M. Rivett.

Best Players: M. Rivett, M. Wooffindin, D. Van Unen, T. O’Sullivan, K. Haretuku, L. Cook.

REPORT: Sam Wharton.

Image credit: Emily Fraser-Ison.