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VFL REPORT: Borough Streak up to Seven After Getting over Frankston

Port Melbourne have chalked up their seventh win on the trot after a powerful second half saw them overcome Frankston at SkyBus Stadium on Sunday.

At a venue which had traditionally caused the Borough some headaches in recent years, the Dolphins defied their winless start to the season by serving it right up to the red and blue from the outset.

As is usually the case at the bayside ground, there was a wind advantage that favoured Port’s end first up, which they were able to capitalise on to the tune of 20 points at quarter time.

It was the second term that the Dolphins looked the most dangerous, and in quick time they had the lead at the halfway mark of the quarter; which may have been more if not for some inaccurate kicking in front of the big sticks.

Against the tide, goals to Hugh Johnson and Harvey Hooper would prove pivotal on the stroke of half time.

Coach Gary Ayres would deliver a stern message in the rooms at the main break, with a crucial third quarter with the aid of the breeze likely to decide the result.

Thankfully, his troops responded strongly to the challenge.

A ‘double goal’ to co-captain Tom O’Sullivan halfway through the quarter after a physical remonstration from a Dolphins defender was crucial in turning the tide, as was an inspirational boundary line snap from fellow skipper Jordan Lisle soon after.

From there, with confidence now high, the Borough were never seriously threatened, and in fact only went on to concede one goal for the entirety of the second half as they sailed away to a 73-point victory.

In a promising sign of the side’s evenness, youngsters Tom ‘Junior’ O’Sullivan, Ethan Phillips and Hugh Johnson were all among those to hit the scoreboard multiple times throughout the day.

Celebrating his 50th game in Port Melbourne colours, Eli Templeton once again led the stats sheet, as he helped himself to 31 possessions roaming across half back.

Reigning Best and Fairest winner Mack Rivett also marked his 50th game, and continued to show glimpses of returning to his best form as his comeback from injury continues.

Elsewhere, co-captain O’Sullivan (25 possessions) and Lange (22) were typically prolific, whilst Ryan Pendlebury, Callum Searle and Lachie Waddell continued their stellar recent form in defence.

The result has seen the Borough shoot to second position on the ladder at 7-2, with an absolutely massive return bout against arch rivals Williamstown to follow this Sunday in Round 11.

The afternoon will mark Port’s third annual ‘Frank Johnson Tribute Day’, with the two clubs to play off for the newly-struck Johnson-Callahan Cup; which is currently held by the Seagulls after their victory in Round 1 this season.

The clash will commence at 2:00pm at Adcon Stadium, with the game also subject to the Borough’s first Channel 7 TV coverage of the season.

Frankston 1.0-6 4.9-33 5.12-42 5.13-43 defeated by

Port Melbourne 4.2-26 6.3-39 14.7-91 17.14-116

Goal Kickers:

E. Phillips 3, T. O’Sullivan 3, B. Pearson 2, H. Johnson 2, J. Lisle 2, T. O’Sullivan 2, H. Hooper, C. Walker, D. Johnstone.

Best Players:

L. Waddell, E. Templeton, T. O’Sullivan, H. Hooper, T. O’Sullivan, R. Pendlebury.

Article: Sam Wharton.

Image: Emily Fraser-Ison.

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