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REPORT: Borough Just Fall Short against Star-Studded Cats

Port Melbourne dealt with a home game shift to a windswept Point Gellibrand, and an opposition that included 679 games’ worth of AFL experience in Saturday’s 14-point Round 11 loss to Geelong.

Despite the obstacles, the Borough made an almighty fist of it against the Cats.

Inaccuracy in front of goal would prove to be a contributing factor to falling short, and followed a familiar trend to recent narrow losses to North Melbourne and Casey.

Ultimately though, Coach Gary Ayres was of the belief that it was the first term that cost his side any chance of victory.

After skipper Jordan Lisle won the toss and kicked with the aid of a typically-strong Williamstown breeze, the Borough could only manage one goal through Dylan Conway for the first quarter.

At the other end, Port’s usually-trusty defence weren’t able to prevent the classy Cats from jagging four of their own against the wind; and faced a 16-point deficit at the first break.

From there, it was always going to be an uphill battle, but one could have argued that the final three quarters were actually outstanding.

Against the breeze in the second term, the Borough’s defence were back to their best, and held up well against the Cats’ wind-assisted onslaught.

Despite only having Conway’s solitary goal to show for their efforts in the first half, Port remained optimistic of being able to change the momentum of the game as they enjoyed the wind once more in the third.

And they certainly did that.

Frustratingly though, 24 third-quarter inside 50 entries (to Geelong’s 3) didn’t translate into enough goals to really turn the blowtorch on to the Cats.

Three goals and 13 behinds for the term was all the Borough had to show for some really promising passages of play, which meant the side was still 4 points in arrears kicking against the wind in the last.

Still they fought desperately, and a delightful snap by Blake Pearson two minutes in suddenly had them off the canvas and into the lead.

Two goals to Geelong then had them back in front by 12 points, before Robin Nahas gave the side one final glimmer of hope at the 21-minute mark to cut it back to 6.

Eventually, the Cats were able to do enough to keep the Borough at bay – almost quite literally – on their way to a 14-point victory despite registering six less scoring shots than the red and blue.

The blustery conditions generally dictated the style of game being played, and in-and-under players for both sides dominated the ‘Best Player’ listings.

For Port Melbourne, tough midfielders Tom O’Sullivan (29 possessions and one goal), Isaac Conway (17 possessions and 15 tackles) and Shannen Lange (24 possessions) were all standouts, whilst Dylan Van Unen was named best for this efforts in defence.

Pearson led the goal kickers with two.

The loss – their third by 15 points or less – now leaves the Borough at 6-4 and in 8th position on the VFL ladder logjam entering their Round 12 Bye this weekend.

With only two games separating the top 8 sides, every game within the second half of the season takes on equally crucial importance; and Port will start their journey with a Round 13 home clash against Sandringham.

The game is scheduled for North Port Oval on Saturday 30th June at 2:00pm.

Port Melbourne 1.4-10 1.5-11 4.18-42 6.19-55
Geelong 4.2-26 7.3-45 7.4-46 10.9-69

Goal Kickers: B. Pearson 2, T. O’Sullivan, R. Nahas, K. Haretuku, D. Conway.

Best Players: D. Van Unen, R. Nahas, I. Conway, L. Tynan, E. Templeton, T. O’Sullivan.

REPORT: Sam Wharton.

Image credit: Tony Cannatelli.