Hawks about as low as they can go

Tom Mortimer clears the ball. 167315 Pictures: JAMIE CULLUM

Drysdale’s season is on the brink of disaster after a third straight loss.
The Hawks were sitting on the bottom of the ladder after three rounds after losing to Queenscliff in round three.
The Hawks were never in the hunt against an inaccurate Coutas although Josh Rushton starred with four goals and Seb Wild was also good.
The reserves had a good win against Queenscliff with Taylor Bonner pushing his case for a promotion to the senior side with a best afield performance while Ryan Gatgens was prolific and Wes Finlayson booted four majors.
Portarlington registered its first win of the season with a 69-point triumph against Newcomb.
Newcomb went goalless for the second and third quarters, but fought the game out to signal that it will not be the pushover it has been in recent seasons.
Dylan Weir had a good day in front of the sticks with six goals for the Demons while Cam Millward, Nick O’Neill and Jacob Foot were consistent.
Port had a big win over Newcomb in the reserves by 142 points. Lachlan Fearnsides snared six goals, Nathan Cini slammed through five and Ross Thompson was best on ground.

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