PINES have fired a warning shot to the rest of the competition with a thumping win over Edithvale-Aspendale.
Pines kicked 22 goals for the day on Edithvale-Aspendale’s home turf. Their excellent showing in front of goal secured them a 10.11 (71) to 22.17 (149) win.
Sorrento also showed good goalkicking form on Saturday, scoring 20 majors to put away Frankston Bombers.
The Bombers did their best to stay within reach of the Sharks, but they were just too good. Sorrento won in front of their home crowd 20.13 (133) to 13.11 (89).
Things were much closer at Emil Madsen Reserve with Mt Eliza taking on Bonbeach.
Mt Eliza had plenty of opportunities in front of goal, but some wayward goalkicking nearly cost them.
In the end it was Mt Eliza who managed to come out on top, winning 11.16 (82) to 10.6 (66).
Jordan Rouse booted three goals for the Redlegs.
In the round’s other games, Dromana defeated Frankston YCW and Red Hill demolished Rosebud.
PEARCEDALE have enjoyed a 2-0 start to 2022 after recording a massive 104 point win on Saturday.
Pearcedale played host to Tyabb. The contest was never in doubt, with Pearcedale putting on a dominant display.
After a torrid afternoon for the Yabbies, they eventually fell to defeat 26.10 (166) to 8.14 (62).
Cruiz West was Pearcedale’s best. He kicked four goals to add to his three from last Sunday.
Langwarrin have also got their season off to an unbeaten start. They notched up their second win of the year by beating Chelsea on Saturday.
Langwarrin defended brilliantly all day. They conceded just three goals.
The Kangaroos won the match by 67 points – 13.11 (89) to 3.4 (22).
Things were more competitive at Hastings on Saturday, as the Blues took on Crib Point.
Just 13 points separated the two sides at the final siren. Hastings secured the win on their home ground 14.7 (91) to 11.12 (78).
Hastings’ Rhys Wilkinson was the difference on the day. He kicked four goals. Brayde Bosman contributed three majors to the total.
In other matchups Devon Meadows thumped Karingal, Somerville defeated Seaford, and Mornington got the better of Rye.