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Elimination Final - Sunday 3 September, 2017
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Robertson Oval 2.10pm
Umpires: Andrew Jackman, Jake O'Halloran and Rob Johnston (RUA)
Griffith ............ 0.5 .. 2.7 .. 7.10 .. 10.16 (76)
Coolamon ...... 2.2 .. 7.4 .. 10.4 .. 10.5 (65)

GRIFFITH: Sam Foley, Lucas Conlan, Jonathon Gastin; Sam Daniel, Richard Malone, Toby Blissett; Guy Orton, Michael Duncan, Jack Rowston; Jacob Conlan, James Toscan (c), Tom Valeri; Will Griggs, Brent Arho, Jordan Iudica; Jacob Barrington, Heath Northey, Ben King; Casey Moore, Daniel Peruzzi, Reece Matheson, Daniel Andreazza
COOLAMON ROVERS: Joshua Buchanan, Will Graetz, Ryan Chamberlain; Ryan Allen, Marshal Macauley, Nick Curran; Ben Alexander, Jamie Maddox (c), Liam Delahunty; Matt McGowan, Joe Redfern, Jack Munkara; Sam Clyde, Mitchell McKelvie, Roy Kanilla; Ben Edyvean, Hayden Bradley, Luke Redfern; Bryan Munro, Tim Garrett, Kyle Woods, Steven Senior 
Griffith: B Arho 3, B King 2, T Blissett 2, J Conlan, H Northey, M Duncan
Coolamon: J Redfern 5, S Clyde 2, B Alexander, R Kantilla, T Garrett
Griffith: S Foley, M Duncan, B King, J Rowston, H Northey, L Conlan
Coolamon: L Delahunty, M Macauley, J Redfern, B Edyvean, B Alexander, J Maddox
A summary of match report, with thanks
Griffith produced a brilliant second half comeback to keep their season alive with an 11-point win over Coolamon on Sunday. The Hoppers gave up a 27-point half-time lead to crash out of this year's premiership race, 10.16 (76) to 10.5 (65) in the elimination final at Robertson Oval. After producing a terrible first half, Griffith produced a spectacular second half on the back of a midfield resurgence.

It started with a five-goal third term that drew the Swans within 12 points at the final change. Faced with an almighty task kicking into a strong breeze, Griffith kicked three goals of the final term to enjoy a magnificent win. The win gives the Swans a home semi-final next Sunday against Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes. Swans coach Adrian Pavese put the comeback down to cool heads from a 'special group.'"We didn't lose our cool, we didn't panic," he said. (The Area News - Monday September 4, 2017).

Mangoplah-CUE ..... 2.2 .. 3.3 .. 3.5 .. 4.8 (32)
Wagga Tigers ......... 0.3 .. 0.3 .. 2.10 .. 2.13 (25)

Goals - Mangoplah-CUE: S Barlin 2, S Marsden, H Dew
Wagga: S Lucas, J Larwood
Best players - Mangoplah-CUE: S Barlin, C Bailey, T Metcalfe, H Dew, E Nickell, Z Jones
Wagga: L Gooden, B Farrell, J Hodge, S Lucas, H Cock, I McKenzie

Under 17
Narrandera ................ 3.0 .. 6.2 .. 8.5 .. 13.7 (85)
Mangoplah-CUE ....... 1.6 .. 1.10 .. 5.14 .. 7.16 (58)

Goals - Narrandera: D Quilter 7, I Williams 2, C Irons, A Reavley, H Grintell, T Savage
Mangoplah-CUE: E Winter 2, S Hoffman 2, J White, R Smythe, A McLay
Best players - Narrandera: I Williams, W Jacobson, C Irons, D Quilter, C Vearing, L Argus
Mangoplah-CUE: L Johnson, S Hoffman, W Seymour, B Jones, B Pollack, W Clark

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