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BIG guns Seaford and Mt Eliza suffered upset defeats over the weekend, creating added interest in the 2010 Peninsula League competition after four rounds.
The Tigers went down to a resurgent Pines by 16 points with former Melbourne player Matthew Whelan booting two goals and veteran ruckman Gordon Hendry among the Pythons’ best players.
Mt Eliza led at every change with coach David Willett booting seven goals, but failed to hold off the strong finish of Langwarrin, going down by six points.
Other results went the way of Frankston YCW over Bonbeach, Chelsea over Mornington and Karingal by 34 points over Edithvale-Aspendale.
In the Nepean League Pearcedale failed to recover from Rosebud’s 10-goal second quarter blitz, going down by 26 points in a disappointing performance.
The Baskaya brothers, Kain and Kerem, were among the day’s best players but were unable to lift their side over the line against the Buds.
Somerville proved too slick for Rye despite a five-goal haul from Travis Sawers, while Frankston overcame a challenge from Hastings to cruise home to an 18-point win. Tyabb star Jarrod Smith finished the day with nine goals and best afield honours in the Yabbies nine-point result over Crib Point, and Red Hill downed Dromana by six points in a nail-biter at the Hill.

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