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VFL Match Preview: Round 11 vs. Williamstown

Port Melbourne will welcome their oldest and fiercest rivals Williamstown to their home turf of Adcon Stadium for Round 11 of the VFL this Sunday.

The day will mark the Borough’s third annual ‘Frank Johnson Tribute Day’, and the second instalment of the two clubs’ newly-struck ‘Johnson-Callahan Cup’, named in honour of two of the biggest names ever associated with the respective clubs, Frank Johnson and Gerry Callahan.

The Seagulls currently hold the Cup, after tasting victory over Port Melbourne way back in their season-opening clash under lights in Round 1 at Point Gellibrand (pictured, above).

On that night, the Borough certainly had their chances to win the game, having clawed back to within 1 point at three-quarter time, but failing to go on and take the win despite having the breeze at their backs in the final term.

The Borough suffered another defeat the following week in Round 2 against Richmond, but since then, have stormed to seven successive wins to take their overall 2019 record to 7-2 and will now be entering this return bout full of confidence.

The winning streak has come off the back of contributions from all over the park.

A new-look defence is thriving, particularly with the recent addition of Eli Templeton to half back.

The former St. Kilda-listed dasher, who chalked up game number 50 in the red and blue last week, is averaging 25 disposals per game in 2019, and has collected 29, 31 and 31 respectively over the last three games.

Through the midfield, co-captain Tom O’Sullivan has worked his way into a purple patch of form, and led last Sunday’s second-half onslaught with his clearance work.

Shannen Lange and Harvey Hooper are also continuing to put together some terrifically consistent football.

Williamstown games record holder-turned-Borough champ Ben Jolley will also be a key cog in this game.

In Round 1, Jolley was one of Port Melbourne’s better players in the defeat, gathering 22 possessions and 12 marks against his former teammates.

He returned from a few weeks out with minor adductor injury against the Dolphins, and will no doubt be hungry to perform well once again.

Gary Ayres would’ve been delighted with the spread of goal kickers last week, with youngsters Tom ‘Junior’ O’Sullivan, Ethan Phillips and Hugh Johnson among those to hit the scoreboard on multiple occasions.

Jordan Lisle is still leading the ‘Frosty’ Miller VFL goal kicking table entering Round 11, but will need a similarly widespread range of fellow contributors once again up forward if his side are to get over Williamstown this Sunday.

The Seagulls are perennial contenders and will be awfully hard to beat again.

They currently sit in fourth spot on the ladder with 6 wins and 3 losses, and most recently gave North Melbourne a 53-point belting at home.

Big man Nick Meese is one the premier ruckmen of the competition, and minimising his ability to provide his elite on-ball brigade with first use will be pivotal in the outcome of Sunday’s clash.

It’s 2nd vs. 4th and a battle between two of Australia’s oldest, proudest and most successful clubs.

Both clubs will be donning special heritage jumpers in celebration of the day, and with fine weather forecast, no AFL game on in Melbourne and live TV coverage on Channel 7, this promises to be a massive day all round.

The Frank Johnson Tribute Medal will also be up for grabs for the Borough’s player judged to be best afield by members of the Johnson family.

Action kicks off at Adcon Stadium at 2:10pm.

Article: Sam Wharton.

Image: Emily Fraser-Ison.

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