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VFL Preview: Round 2 vs. Richmond

Port Melbourne will be aiming to bounce back from a narrow Round 1 loss to Williamstown when it ventures to the Swinburne Centre at Punt Road at 11:00am tomorrow.

In a hotly-contested affair played under lights at Point Gellibrand, the Borough tried valiantly against their arch rivals, but ultimately fell just short after the momentum shifted on multiple occasions throughout the evening.

Their opponents are bouncing off an impressive display in Round 1 against Geelong, overrunning the Cats in the final term to prevail by 14 points.

Despite the Tigers swinging a host of changes at AFL level, the likes of the AFL-listed Jacob Townsend, Connor Menadue and Ivan Soldo will all still provide their fair share of headaches for the Borough, but coach Gary Ayres stated publicly earlier this week that much of his side’s fortunes will rest in their own hands.

Eli Templeton was a popular choice as one of the side’s best players last week, collecting 29 possessions to go with 9 marks and a goal.

Similarly, veteran recruit Ben Jolley had a terrific first game in his new colours, willing his way to 22 possessions and 12 marks against his old club.

Port’s efficiency inside 50 against the Seagulls was solid enough, scoring 20 times (9.11) from just 40 entries.

Among other things, Ayres will be searching for an increase in the quality and quantity of those inside 50 entries this week, which stems from run and carry off the half back line.

Patrick Veszpremi – another new addition to the club this season – was among those to provide plenty of dash from defence last week, and will be hoping for a similar performance on the wide expanses of Punt Road again this week.

Port’s current group of sidelined players are minimal, and are subsequently hopeful of being able to welcome the likes of Jarryd Blair and Dion Johnstone – who both sat out last weekend – in to the side that will take to the field at 11:00am tomorrow.

The Borough will be hoping for a drastic turnaround from the last time they clashed with Richmond, way back in Round 1 of last season when the Tigers triumphed to the tune of 65 points.


Richmond 8.5-53 15.7-97 18.11-119 21.15-141
Port Melbourne 2.1-13 5.3-33 8.6-54 11.10-76


Goal Kickers: M. Chol 3, S. Bolton 3, T. Stengle 3, C. Moore 2, A. Miles 2, J. Aarts 2, J. Ballard 2, P. Naish, N. Drummond, C. Ellis, I. Soldo.

Best Players: A. Miles, C. Ellis, N. Balta, J. Ballard, C. Moore, S. Morris.

Port Melbourne

Goal Kickers: A. Anastasio 2, J. Lisle 2, D. Conway 2, B. Pearson, R. Nahas, S. Lange, H. Hooper, M. Rivett.

Best Players: A. Anastasio, M. Rivett, A. Krakauer, H. Hooper, D. Beddison, I. Conway.

Article: Sam Wharton.

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