SORRENTO kicked 26 goals to secure a dominant win over Edithvale-Aspendale last weekend.
Sorrento were brilliant on their home deck. Goals flowed freely throughout the afternoon, with the Edi-Asp defence struggling to deal with Sorrento’s forward firepower.
Leigh Poholke was awesome for the Sharks. He booted eight goals. Nick Corp also kicked a bag, finishing the match with five majors to his name.
Sorrento ended up winning by 104 points – 26.16 (172) to 10.8 (68).
Things were much closer at Baxter Park when Frankston Bombers took on Frankston YCW.
The Stonecats had 13 more scoring shots for the afternoon, but poor goalkicking threatened to cost them the match.
The Bombers’ push for victory was boosted by good performances from Khan Haretuku and Jarrad Grant, who kicked four and three goals respectively.
Despite their struggles in front of goal, Frankston YCW managed to emerge from the matchup victorious. They defeated the Bombers 12.10 (82) to 14.21 (105).
Dromana had a good day at home on Saturday. They comfortably defeated Pines 14.10 (94) to 4.7 (31).
Mt Eliza and Red Hill will clash on ANZAC Day.
BROWNLOW medallist Dane Swan starred for Hastings in a special appearance last weekend against Tyabb.
Swan, who retired from AFL football in 2016, booted three goals for the Blues. Brayde Bosman and Rhys Wilkinson also kicked three each.
Hastings easily defeated the Yabbies. They triumphed 19.7 (121) to 6.4 (40).
Langwarrin continued their undefeated start to the season with a good win over Karingal.
The Bulls’ goalkicking prevented them from being competitive. The Kangaroos scored a good win 6.12 (48) to 12.12 (84).
Josh Dormer kicked three goals for Langwarrin. Sean Herdman booted two.
Somerville have also continued their unbeaten beginning to 2022.
Pearcedale hosted Somerville on Saturday. Pearcedale’s difficulties in front of goal didn’t do them any favours, with Somerville eventually winning 8.15 (63) to 13.13 (91).
Spyke Mepstead kicked four goals for the winning outfit.
Around the grounds Chelsea defeated Seaford in a low scoring scrap, and Rye beat Crib Point. Mornington and Devon Meadows face on ANZAC Day.