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Round 6 - Saturday 3 June, 2017
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Griffith Exies Oval 2.10pm
Umpires: Luke Olsen, Peter Alexander and Wayne Sanbrook (RUA)
Griffith .................. 2.2 .. 4.3 .. 8.4 .. 9.6 (60)
Wagga Tigers ..... 4.0 .. 7.1 .. 8.3 .. 10.7 (67)

GRIFFITH: Dean Crack, Richard Malone, James Keenan; Guy Orton, Lucas Conlan, Jonathon Gastin; Sam Foley, Jordan Iudica, Sam Daniel; Michael Duncan, Casey Moore, Toby Blissett; Luke Shannan, Brent Arho, Brendan Knagge; Jacob Barrington, Will Griggs, Ben King (c); Daniel Peruzzi, Angus Coldwell, Tom Valeri, Tyler Bruns
WAGGA TIGERS: Louis Beard, Harvey Daniher, Lachlan Myers; Campbell Lovell, Dylan Morton, Nicholas McCormack; Sam McGowan, Shaun Campbell (c-c), Jake Mascini; Ash Bennett, Ben Kelly, Nathan Cooke; Rob Tuohey, John Buchanan, Nick Ryan; Simon Hallsworth, Lahn Shephard, Jackson Kew; Jim Carroll, Jake Gaynor, Sam Schirmer, Shaun Driscoll
Griffith: G Orton 2, B Arho, B King, M Duncan, S Foley, S Daniel, J Iudica, T Blissett
Wagga: J Buchanan 4, J Carroll 2, S Campbell, S Driscoll, J Kew, B Kelly
Griffith: B King, J Barrington, W Griggs, J Gastin, L Conlan, J Iudica
Wagga: J Gaynor, L Myers, S Campbell, J Buchanan, J Carroll, H Daniher
Report: Wagga Tigers cite Griffith's Guy Orton for alleged headbutt on Nick Ryan - 2 games suspension 22/6.
A summary of match report, with thanks
The Griffith Swans have now tasted back-to-back defeats following a seven-point loss to Wagga Tigers at Exies Oval. Despite the loss Swans' director of coaching Adrian Pavese was pleased with how his side performed. The side was hit by two late withdrawals including captain James Toscan whose wife went into labour on Saturday morning, but Pavese said he was pleased with how his boys stood up.

"With two changes at 11am, the morning before, it was never going to be easy," he said. "But the boys worked hard, and we went into the first break only down by two goals. "It is OK to be behind if you are in the contest and I thought we were performing well."

The Swans managed to take the lead moving into the final quarter however they lost a key player to a concussion. "Losing Jordan Iudica, who was playing really well, after he was knocked out right on half-time was a big hit," he said. "We have a two-week break now so he should be right for our next game." Pavese said the depth of the Swans as a club was again shown because with two late call-ups the reserve grade still managed to win their match. (By Liam Warren - The Area News, Monday June 5, 2017). 

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Coolamon 26.13 (169) def Narrandera 4.9 (33), Mangoplah-CUE 17.12 (114) def Ganmain-GGM 8.10 (58), Turvey Park 6.7 (43) def by Leeton-Whitton 11.10 (76); Collingullie-GP, bye.

Reserves: Griffith 10.13 (73) def Wagga Tigers 10.6 (66)
Goals: W Dalton 2, D Andreazza 2, T Howard 2, C Cunial 2, B Tarr, N Witherspoon
Best Players: B Tarr, B McRae, D Andreazza, A Scott, N Witherspoon, K Duncan
Under 17: Griffith 17.10 (112) def Wagga Tigers 5.5 (35)
Goals: G Rovere 8, R McWhirter 2, I Campbell 2, C Bock 2, D Bennett, L Fabris, R Greenaway
Best Players: M Agnew, D Schmetzer, I Campbell, J Paton, R Townsend, G Rovere

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