MPNFL – DIVISION TWO
TYABB are finally on the board in season 2021.
The Yabbies took on Pearcedale at Pearcedale Recreation Reserve. They went into the game 0-10 for the year.
Both sides looked evenly matched in the first half. Pearcedale went into half time up by a point.
Tyabb were excellent in the second half. They managed to hold Pearcedale goalless, and scored six of their own to wrap up a well deserved win.
Tyabb ended up victorious by 32 points 4.10 (34) to 10.6 (66). Luke Stanton kicked three goals for the Yabbies. Lachlan Cox also impressed.
After a shock defeat the previous week, Langwarrin returned to the winner’s list with a good performance against Karingal.
The Bulls struggled to hit the scoreboard at Lloyd Park. They put just three goals on the board all day.
Langwarrin got the job done, defeating the Bulls 12.14 (86) to 3.6 (24). Luke Churcher was named best on ground for Langy.
Another premiership contender got a comfortable win on Saturday when Mornington defeated Hastings.
The Blues struggled to score from one end of the ground all day. They were held goalless in the opening and third terms.
The Bulldogs capitalised and scored a comfortable win 15.19 (109) to 6.14 (50). Jackson Calder kicked six, taking his goal tally for the season to 59. Adrian Speedy also played well.
Rye managed to win a hard-fought match against Somerville last weekend.
The Demons went into each break with a lead, but never by much. Somerville worked hard all day but ended up falling seven points short.
Rye won 10.7 (67) to 8.11 (59). Tom Hughes’ three goals proved influential.
A seven-goal haul from Damien Rayson was the highlight of the match between Crib Point and Seaford. The Tigers won by 90 points 4.16 (40) to 20.10 (130).
A six goals to zero opening quarter helped Devon Meadows score a 13.12 (90) to 11.4 (70) win over Chelsea.