BONBEACH scored a good win at home on Saturday against Sorrento.
Sorrento has had a good start to 2022, but faced stiff competition in Bonbeach.
Former St Kilda player Trent Dennis-Lane starred for Bonbeach. He booted six goals to help get his side a 40 point win.
David Armitage, another former St Kilda player now plying his trade for Bonbeach, contributed two goals to the scoreboard.
Leigh Poholke added another two goals to his tally for the season.
Bonbeach ended up securing the win 15.13 (103) to 9.9 (63).
Frankston YCW’s strong start to the season continued with a comfortable victory over Red Hill last weekend.
The Stonecats hosted the Hillmen at John Coburn Oval. Red Hill struggled to hit the scoreboard all day, which eventually cost them the game.
Frankston YCW defeated Red Hill 8.13 (61) to 5.7 (37). Josh Butland, Josh Patullo, and Dylan Roberton all kicked multiple goals for the victorious Stonecats.
Four goals from Billy Quigley helped Dromana pick up a win on Saturday.
Dromana were on the road against Edithvale-Aspendale. Dromana had to work for it, but eventually claimed a 29 point win 11.7 (73) to 15.12 (102).
Michael Meehan kicked four goals for Edi-Asp, and was their best.
Frankston Bombers defeated Pines on Saturday 10.14 (74) to 7.9 (51).
Mt Eliza kept their momentum going after a good win on ANZAC Day last month. They smashed Rosebud on Saturday 6.2 (38) to 12.8 (80).
KARINGAL emerged victorious after a tight battle with Pearcedale last weekend.
Pearcedale hosted the match on Saturday. The Bulls had to work for it, but they managed to get over the line by 10 points.
Josh Bradley’s four goals proved vital for Karingal. Sam Glenn contributed three goals to the scoreboard.
Karingal defeated Pearcedale 9.11 (65) to 10.15 (75).
Seaford and Mornington also had a competitive match on Saturday.
The Bulldogs had plenty of chances, but their scoreboard accuracy cost them the game. Seaford capitalised on Mornington’s goal kicking woes, running out 10.13 (73) to 7.18 (60) winners.
Damien Rayson booted three goals for Seaford.
Things were much less competitive in the other Division Two matches last weekend. Chelsea smashed Hastings by 91 points, Somerville defeated Tyabb by 90 points, Devon Meadows ran out 77 point winners over Rye, and Langwarrin easily beat Crib Point.