MPNFL – DIVISION TWO
RYE have come crashing down after a good start to 2021, losing to Seaford by more than 100 points.
Seaford looked sensational all day, applying consistent scoreboard pressure. They scored at least five goals in every quarter of the match.
Rye had no answers for Seaford, eventually succumbing to an 8.6 (54) to 23.21 (159) loss.
Tim Broomhead’s great form for Seaford continued. He kicked four goals and was named best-on-ground.
Two goals from former Richmond star Brett Deledio helped Devon Meadows get a win on Saturday.
The Panthers took on Hastings at Glover Reserve. Devon Meadows got off to a great start, scoring five goals to one in the first term.
Hastings weren’t able to recover from their shaky start, going on to lose 11.9 (75) to 7.15 (57).
Jordan Smale’s four goals were vital for the Panthers.
A seven-goal haul from Luke Daniel helped Pearcedale defeat Tyabb at Bunguyan Reserve.
Daniel has now kicked 21 goals this season from six matches.
Pearcedale won comfortably by 54 points.
Somerville scored a good win on the weekend, taking all four points against Mornington.
Mornington had plenty of chances, but their inaccuracy in front of goal cost them badly. The Bulldogs kicked four goals and eighteen behinds for the match.
Somerville ran out 31 point winners.
Karingal defeated Crib Point at Ballam Park Reserve on Saturday 18.7 (115) to 10.12 (72).
Langwarrin have continued their good form with a win over Chelsea.
NEXT WEEK’S GAMES – MPNFL Division Two Seniors
Saturday, May 15, 2021
Karingal Vs Devon Meadows, 2PM – Ballam Park Reserve
Tyabb Vs Somerville, 2PM – Bunguyan Reserve
Chelsea Vs Mornington, 2PM – Chelsea Reserve
Crib Point Vs Langwarrin, 2PM – Crib Point Recreation Reserve
Seaford Vs Pearcedale, 2PM – Oval 2 Belvedere Reserve
Hastings Vs Rye, 2PM – Thomas Barclay Oval