GRIFFITH NOTES: The Aussie Ruler May 24, 1964 - No. 7
By Neil Griggs: The team repeated their Leeton effort last Sunday, but after an even first half it was all Griffith, and they scored 112 to 37 in the second half.
Our best players were Ian Crewes, who really turned in a "blinder". Some said "Pal" had a blonde incentive to lift his game, but he has been improving every game and his exhibition was not unexpected.
It is debatable which of the "centres" - Len Sexton or Peter Box - covered the most territory, but "Secco" certainly lasted the game right out to undoubtedly take the honours.
His five goals should see Mal Brauman maintain his place amongst the goalkickers.
Narrandera won the seconds game with pace and teamwork, and this young side played like potential premiers.
Our seconds disappointed and were never able to cope with their opposition. Best were Fred Gambell, Kevin Phillis, Bob Woolnough and Gordon McDonald.
The social committee provided players, committee and supporters with hot soup and curry and rice after last Sunday's game and followed with a social, and enjoyable functions such as this keeps team spirit at a high level.