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Prahran’s unbeaten start to the 2022 season continued, defeating a spirited St. Peters/Bentleigh at Centenary Park.

STPB flew out of the gates to lead at quarter time, however, the Two Blues answered back with seven scoring shots to none in the second term.

The pressure from the Prahran backs to create turnovers was a catalyst for their second quarter dominance, setting up three unanswered goals in quick succession to take a 14-point lead into the main break.

Opening the second half kicking with the wind, Prahran continued to control the game and took an 18-point lead into the final term.

“I love the consistency that the girls have, they don’t get ahead of themselves and think they’re going to win the game, they fight until the final siren,” said Prahran coach Abbey Glascott on her team’s resilience in the final quarter.

Whilst STPB dominated territory and the scoreboard in the last, the Two Blues were able to stifle STPB’s repeat forward 50 entries and apply excellent defensive pressure to hold on for an 8-point victory.

“Even when St.Peters/Bentleigh were coming back, we didn’t drop our heads and during the win we didn’t let our guard down either,” Glascott continued.

“Every girl has their own advantages… using that, they help each other out and lift each other up, it’s not a one-person game.”

U17.5’s Boys Division 1

St. Peters Bulldogs 19.17.131 defeated Mordialloc-Braeside 3.2.20.

St. Peters Bulldogs continue to their unbeaten start to the season, establishing themselves as the early measuring stick with an overwhelming win over Mordialloc-Braeside at Centenary Park. With a six-goal lead at half time, the Bulldogs continued to assert it’s dominance, kicking twelve to two in the second half to run away with emphatic 111-point win. Luke Lloyd showcased another strong performance up forward, kicking a bad of seven goals for the Bulldogs.

U17.5’s Boys Division 1

St. Bedes/Mentone Tigers 8.12.60 defeated East Sandringham Rovers 5.5.35.

Following last week’s win, St. Bedes/Mentone Tigers followed up this week by defeating the East Sandringham Rovers at Mentone Reserve. The Tigers were able to edge out the Rovers by 25-points in a hard-fought victory, leaping into third place on the ladder. After a standout performance in round 2, Tigers forwards Max Hoult and Jack Fearror followed up their efforts by booting three goals apiece for St. Bedes/Mentone.

U17.5’s Boys Division 1

Beaumaris 14.14.98 defeat Port Melbourne/South Melbourne Districts 5.8.38

With their second win for the year, Beaumaris close out PMSMD with a convincing win at Banksia Reserve. After a close first half with Beaumaris leading by seven points at the main break, the Sharks blizted the second half, booting nine goals to one to run away 60-point victors. Jett Butler kicked a bag of six for Beaumaris, with Lachlan Voss kicking three goals for PMSMD.

U18’s Girls Division 1

Beaumaris Sharks 0.5.5 defeated by East Malvern 5.5.35.

East Malvern Knights’ win against Beaumaris at Jack Barker Oval puts them atop the ladder as their undefeated season continues. Despite keeping the Sharks goalless all game, it wasn’t until the second half the Knights started to pull away. In a tight first half, the Knights hit the scoreboard with a couple of late goals to have the momentum heading into half time.  Then, with three goals kicked across the final two quarters of play, East Malvern was able to chalk up a 30-point victory. Charlotte Finster booted two goals for the Knights.

U18’s Girls Division 1

Prahran 1.4.10 defeated by Mordialloc-Braeside 7.6.48.

After last week’s loss, Mordialloc-Braeside bounced back with an away win over Prahran at Toorak Park. After a strong first term from both teams, the Mustangs kicked away in the second, entering the main break up by 34 points. The second half proved to be a tight and tough contest, with very few scoring opportunities, leading to Mordi-Brae securing a 38-point victory. Following up on her outstanding goal kicking in round one, Mia Sullivan kicked another bag of 4 goals for Mordi-Brae.

Written by Joel Micari


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