2013 SEASON RESULTS 
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Round 8 - Sunday June 2, 2013
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Ganmain Sportsground 2.10pm
Umpires: Paul Smith, Tim Beard and Sam Wemyss (RUA)
Ganmain-GGM .... 3.2 .. 6.9 .. 12.13 .. 17.16 (118)
Griffith .................. 2.2 .. 3.3 .. 5.6 .. 8.7 (55)

GANMAIN-GRONG GRONG-MATONG: Andrew Roberts, Ben Walsh, Paul Lucas; Sam Hatty, Nathan Kember, Luke Walsh; Curtis Steele, Jayden Kotzur (c-c), Brad McKinnon; Nathan McPherson, Damian Walsh, Lachlan Steward; Nathan Irvine, Jarrod Conway, Anthony Jusup; Jacob Olsson, Scott Crozier, Luke Kohlhagen; Daniel Hitchens, David Karlberg, Pat Walsh, Justin Evans
GRIFFITH: Dean Catanzariti, Glen Snaidero, James Taylor; Tom West, Chris Niven, Jonathon Gastin; Daniel Peruzzi, Michael Duncan, Ben Tarr; Tim Matheson, James Toscan, James Kennedy; Cameron Harrison, Trevor Richards, Dean Crack; Lance Poka, Guy Orton (c-c), James Fallon; Andrew Cappello, Steven McCanna, Riley Holland, Joshua Tyndall
GOALS
Ganmain-GGM: J Conway 3, D Hitchens 2, A Jusup 2, L Steward 2, C Steele 2, P Lucas, D Karlberg, B Walsh,

L Kohlhagen, J Kotzur, N Irvine
Griffith: J Toscan 3, J Kennedy 2, G Orton, D Crack, M Duncan
BEST PLAYERS
Ganmain-GGM: L Kohlhagen, J Olsson, L Steward, B Walsh, L Walsh, N Kember
Griffith: J Kennedy, J Toscan, G Orton, B Tarr, T Matheson, D Crack

A summary of match report, with thanks
A wet Ganmain Sportsground provided the perfect environment for the Griffith Swans yesterday, but it wasn’t enough for them to get close to the in-form home side. The Swans suffered their third demoralising loss in as many weeks when Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong played over the top of them and stormed home by 63 points. 
The Griffith boys were only one goal down at the first break, but GGGM outscored them heavily in each of the remaining terms. “I was happy with how the boys played – they really fought hard as much as they could,” Swans coach said. “The score is what it is but it’s always a battle to go out there and play on their home ground. “We’re a pretty small team and wet weather football really suits us nicely because we’re really up and under sort of side – so we did have a good shot at it.” 
A week off is about to give the Swans a chance to regroup, but Orton said little could be done about the biggest problem – an ever-changing line-up. “It’s been pretty hard three weeks with the boys – it's hard to play consistent football when you’re changing the team week-by-week,” he said. ‘Each of the boys knows his role but the other players around him haven’t had a chance to learn what he’s likely to do next or which way he’s going to go. “When guys play together every week, they just about know what the other players’ next thought is and that’s when good teams really do well.”
Many changes are to come in the next few weeks, with Andrew Cappello and Steven McCanna heading overseas and a handful of players still out with injury. But, outside the team structure issue, Orton was pleased with his side’s progress and believed they would come back stronger after the break. (By Melody Montague – The Area News, Monday June 3, 2013).  

 

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Coolamon 8.9 (57) def Leeton-Whitton 2.3 (15), Mangoplah-CUE 5.12 (42) def by Collingullie-AK 14.4 (88), Wagga 16.12 (108) def Narrandera 4.6 (30); Turvey Park, bye.


Reserves: Griffith 9.7 (61) def Ganmain-GGM 8.5 (53)
Goals: J Evans 5, C Lugton, C Cunial, D Dunbar, M Hogan
Best players: D Dunbar, K Hume, J Evans, F Josling, B McRae, J Hampel
Under 17: Griffith 15.17 (107) def Ganmain-GGM 2.6 (18)
Goals: B Moore 3, C Cunial 3, J Burley 2, K Ruyg 2, L Docherty 2, M Peruzzi 2, L Greenaway
Best players: M Peruzzi, K Ruyg, C Cunial, D Peruzzi, C Heffernan, R Holland

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