2019 SEASON RESULTS

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Second Semi Final – Saturday September 7, 2019
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Narrandera Sportsground
Umpires: Tim Beard, Ryan Dedini and Troy Edwards (RUA)
Coolamon …….. 1.2 .. 3.4 .. 6.4 .. 7.7 (49)
Griffith ……….... 2.3 .. 4.6 .. 9.8 .. 10.11 (71)

COOLAMON ROVERS: Ryan Allen, Zach Bradley, Shannon Charlie; Joshua Buchanan, Connor Neyland (co-coach), Cooper McKelvie; Benj Gillett, Nick Pleming, Max Hillier; Braeden Glyde, Matthew McGowan, Hayden Bradley; Marly McGregor, Joe Redfern, Jeremiah Maslin; Anthony Atkin, Jake Barrett, Luke Redfern; Jamie Maddox (co-coach), Haydn Leary, Will Graetz, Nick Buchanan
GRIFFITH: Daniel Peruzzi, James Toscan (capt), Guy Orton; Oswald Herrmann, James Taylor, Jordan Iudica; Isaac Campbell, Will Griggs (coach), Kahlan Spencer; Blake Argus, Jacob Conlan, Charlie Cunial; Sam Daniel, Lucas Conlan, Isaiah Potts; Nathan Richards, Heath Northey, Jack Rowston; Jonathon Gastin, Mitchell Irvin, Alex Overs, Theo Valeri
GOALS
Coolamon: J Redfern 6, H Bradley
Griffith: L Conlan 2, B Argus 2, J Conlan 2, I Campbell, I Potts, J Iudica, W. Griggs
BEST PLAYERS
Coolamon: J Redfern, N Pleming, A Atkin, S Charlie, H Bradley, M Hillier
Griffith: I Campbell, N Richards, H Northey, J Rowston, G Orton, L Conlan

A summary of match report, with thanks
Griffith are through to their second consecutive Riverina League grand final courtesy of a 22-point win over Coolamon on Saturday. The Swans moved within one win of ending the club’s 16-year premiership drought with an impressive second semi-final victory over the Hoppers. Griffith withstood a couple of serious challenges from Coolamon to run out winners 10.11 (71) to 7.7 (49) at Narrandera Sportsground. It was the Swans’ high-pressure football that again brought their opposition undone, as their frantic chasing and ferocious tackling proved too much for Coolamon to handle.
Griffith coach Will Griggs believes the Swans are in a much better position than 12 months ago to break the club’s drought. “It’s good. It’s a bit different this year. Last year was a bit of an unknown, a lot of blokes didn’t have much final experience but this year we can be a bit more relaxed and enjoy the next two weeks.” Griggs said there was no secret to the Swans’ success. “It was just pressure. It was super,” he said. “Our forward-line pressure was really good. Young Blakey Argus, you don’t want to get tackled by him. 
He’s a strong kid. It was pressure across the park. Despite playing in a losing team, Coolamon forward Joe Redfern was the best playing on the ground, kicking six of their seven goals. Max Hillier and Josh Buchanan also had strong games for the Hoppers.

(By Matt Malone – Daily Advertiser, Monday September 9, 2019)

Reserves
Griffith ................... 1.2 .. 2.3 .. 2.4 ... 3.5 (23)
Collingullie-GP .... 1.3 .. 6.6 .. 8.7 .. 10.9 (69)

Goals - Griffith: K Duncan, D Andreazza, M Agnew
Collingullie-GP: J Gunning 3, M Geppert 3, M Mcgrath 2, K Sykes, B Neville
Best players - Griffith: J Keenan, T Valeri, B Tarr, M Agnew, J Crowe, L Fabris
Collingullie-GP: T Keogh, C Graetz, J Gunning, B Ryan, Z Bolger, K Sykes
Griffith: Cameron Harrison, James Keenan, Jordan Crowe (co-capt); Lucas Fabris, Beau Rees, Michael Agnew; Daniel Andreazza, Dean Schmetzer, Luke Peruzzi; Sam Foley, Dean Catanzariti (coach), Tom Valeri; Ben Tarr, Connor Bock, Kris Duncan; Brady Chambers, Rocky Perre (co-capt), Royce Johns; Jesse Paton, Jake Villata, Reece Matheson, Lachlan Killalea


Under 17.5
Wagga Tigers ....... 2.1 .. 3.2 .. 6.5 .. 9.5 (59)
Turvey Park ......... 1.2 .. 2.3 .. 4.6 .. 7.8 (50)

Goals - Wagga: J Lucas 2, N Simons 2, J Barr, C McPherson, W Kirkup, Z Cornell, D De Jong
Turvey Park: E Grigg 3, B Glanvill 2, J Collingridge, J Mattingly
Best players - Wagga: D De Jong, S McNaughton, N Simons, W Adams, H Gilmore, Z Cornell
Turvey Park: D Irvine, C Harmer, E Grigg, A Grigg, J Collingridge, R Leary

Netball - A grade: Mangoplah-CUE 63 d Collingullie-GP 46; A reserve: Wagga Tigers 42 d Collingullie-GP 39; B grade: Wagga Tigers 44 d Collingullie-GP 39; C grade: Collingullie-GP 35 d Griffith 27; Under 17: Turvey Park 32 d Mangoplah-CUE 22

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