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Round 4 - Saturday May 8, 2021
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Griffith Exies Oval
Umpires: Alex Manley, Ryan Wolter and Mark Rowe (RUA)
Griffith ................... 2.1 .. 6.4 .. 8.9 .. 9.10 (64)
Wagga Tigers ...... 4.1 .. 7.2 .. 8.6 .. 13.8 (86) 

GRIFFITH: Michael Agnew, Ryan Bullus, Charlie Cunial; Jack Rowston, Riley Irvin, Oswald Herrmann; Jordan Whitworth, Mitchell Irvin, Dean Bennett; Leigh Owen, James Toscan, Sam Daniel; Kahlan Spencer, Henry Delves, Oliver Bartter; Nathan Richards, Jack Powell, Tom Powell; Isaac Testoni, Tom Bartter, Angus Brown*
WAGGA TIGERS: Lewis Waters, Isaac Bennett, Ignatius Lyons; Fraser Yates, Brady Morton, Reid Gordon; Sam McNaughton, Brendan Myers, Xavier Heeney; Nathan Cooke, Murray Stephenson (c-c), Patrick Ryan; Nick Gorman, Jock Cornell, Jeremy Lucas; Tom McCullough, Shaun Flanigan, Nick Ryan; Tom Osmotherly, Charlie Bance, Harry Kelly
Griffith: H Delves 3, S Daniel 2, J Toscan, T Powell, J Powell, K Spencer
Wagga Tigers: M Stephenson 6, T McCoullough 2, S McNaughton, B Myers, J Cornell, N Cooke, T Osmotherly
Griffith: T Powell, N Richards, L Owen, J Powell, C Cunial, R Irvin
Wagga Tigers: N Cooke, M Stephenson, N Ryan, B Morton, S Flanigan, L Waters
Quinn Medal votes: 3 - Murray Stephenson (WT), 2 - Nathan Richards (Gri), 1 - Nick Ryan (WT).

A summary of match report, with thanks
The Wagga side were able to get the first two goals of the afternoon before Henry Delves was able to hit the scoreboard before another two goals to the visitors and one to James Toscan saw the Tigers lead by 12 at the first break. Sam Daniel and Tom Powell got the Swans off to a strong start in the second term before the Tigers kicked the next two. Delves kicked his second before the Tigers restored their advantage, but a smart snap by Kahlan Spencer brought the Swans within five points at the main break.  A goal to Jack Powell and a second to Daniel saw the Swans heading into the final term with a three points advantage. Three straight goals to the Tigers had them threatening to run away with the game, but after Delves kicked his third, the Wagga side was able to kick two late goals to wrap up an 86 to 64 win.

(By Liam Warren - The Area News, Monday, May 10, 2021).

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Coolamon 11.11 (77) def by Mangoplah-CUE 12.11 (83); Ganmain-GGM 17.23 (125) def Leeton-Whitton 4.2 (26); SUN: Narrandera 19.8 (122) def Collingullie-GP 9.11 (65); Turvey Park, bye 
Reserves: Griffith 11.15 (81) def Wagga Tigers 7.5 (47) 
Goals: K Duncan 3, T Shannon 2, M Duncan, B Chambers, N Schmetzer, B Rowston, C Bock, K Ruyg
Best Players: K Ruyg, C Burge, N Witherspoon, D Villata, J Burley, D Schmetzer
Under 17.5: Griffith 16.14 (110) def Wagga Tigers 3.0 (18)
Goals: W Ellis 4, S Irvin 4, M Bennett 2, K Bennett 2, K Stevenson, J Summers, B Signor, J Rogerson
Best Players: B Signor, W Ellis, J Summers, K Bennett, J Best, R Best

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