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REPORT: Second Half Surge Sees Borough Boot Away from Werribee

Port Melbourne has put together a comprehensive second-half display to overcome Werribee by a whopping 78 points at Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday afternoon.

After a worrying first half that saw inaccuracy once again plague their game, the Borough pulled themselves together in a dominant – and unanswered – 13-goal run on either side of the main change.

The score at one stage read 3.11.29 to 3.1.19, which brought back memories of when poor kicking in front of goal had been a contributing factor in recent losses to North Melbourne and Casey.

As it were, weight of numbers would eventually tell the tale, and several forwards were able to reap the benefits of work further up the field.

Port were outstanding in essentially all areas of the ground.

Despite losing the hit outs 35-67, midfielders Mack Rivett (30 possessions), Shannen Lange (29 + 11 tackles), Isaac Conway (23 + 1 goal) and Tom O’Sullivan (22 + 1 goal) went to work around the ball, proving to be tough and skilful in equal measure.

Further down the ground the other way, ever-reliable defender and reigning Jack McFarlane Medallist Luke Tynan (27 possessions) led the kick-start of several attacking thrusts, as did Eli Templeton, who enjoyed a new role roaming across the half-back flank.

Skipper Jordan Lisle had an enthralling battle with Werribee’s dominant key pillar in Sam Collins en route to four goals, whilst Dylan Conway (three goals), Tom Hobbs (three) and Anthony Anastasio (three) were other standouts on the scoresheet.

Anastasio was particularly dynamic, as he collected 27 electrifying disposals to go with the three majors; though the Borough will be contemplating life without ‘Red’ over the next few weeks as he boards a plane to the FIFA World Cup in Russia.

His teammates will next front up this Saturday against an in-form Geelong side in Round 11 at North Port Oval.

The day will mark the club’s second annual ‘Frank Johnson Tribute Day’, where the Borough player adjudged by the Johnson family to be best afield set to be awarded the ‘Frank Johnson Tribute Medal’.

The game will also be broadcast live on Channel 7, and officially get underway at 2:10pm.

Werribee 3.1-19 6.2-38 6.4-40 9.8-62
Port Melbourne 3.9-27 8.14-62 13.20-98 20.20-140

Goal Kickers: J. Lisle 4, A. Anastasio 3, D. Conway 3, T. Hobbs 3, B. Pearson, I. Conway, K. Haretuku, E. Phillips, M. Wooffindin, W. Goss, T. O’Sullivan.

Best Players: S. Lange, I. Conway, M. Arnot, D. Van Unen, M. Rivett, T. O’Sullivan.

REPORT: Sam Wharton.

Image credit: Jenny Tserkezidis.