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Drysdale suffered a heartbreaking one-point loss to Queenscliff on Saturday.
In a low-scoring encounter, the Coutas prevailed 7.12 (54) to 7.11 (53).
The Hawks have been vastly improved in the second of the season, and would have expected to get the points over Queenscliff, and with Kyle Davis, Josh Rushton and Mathew Hebbard (three goals) playing well, it almost happened.
Portarlington put in an improved performance to go down by 55 points against Anglesea. The Demons were excellent in the third quarter, restricting the Roos to just one goal while booting three themselves. Cam Gourley was best for Port while Sam Lucas and Kym Jones tired hard.
The Demons finish the season with tough games against Barwon Heads and Geelong Amateur and would have to pull off something special to avoid the wooden spoon.

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