SEABL MEN Although the Dandenong Rangers split their round and sit at 2-4, the signs are good for the defending champions as Daequon Montreal returned to form with a league high 44 point effort against the Frankston Blues. He shot 15-24 from the field and hit 5 three pointers, including one that took the match into overtime. Despite his efforts, the Rangers fell to the Blues 90-94 with Chuck Long (23 points, 16 rebounds, 5 assists) the hero for Frankston. Dandenong followed up that tough loss with a comfortable win over the Centre of Excellence, reeling in a 5 point quarter-time deficit to win by 20. Montreal averaged 34 points, 6.5 boards and 2 steals for the round and has staked his claim on the season after an injury-laden start. The younger bodies of the CoE were unable to stay with the Rangers as Tony Lewis (25 points, 9 rebounds) and Brent Hobba (21 points) took full advantage.