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Round 12 - Saturday July 9, 2022
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Crossroads Oval, Collingullie
Umpires: Andrew Tough, Tony O'Halloran and Troy Mavroudis (RUA).   
Collingullie-GP ....... 4.6 .. 5.8 .. 9.10 .. 14.16 (100)
Griffith ..................... 1.1 .. 4.3 .. 5.3 .. 6.4 (40)

COLLINGULLIE-GLENFIELD PARK: Chad Fuller, James Pope, Tom Crakanthorp; Josh Gunning, Harry Radley, Joe Perryman; Blake Harper, Nick Perryman (co-coach), Harry Wichman; Brad McMillan, Andrew Clifford, Jayden Klemke; Spencer Small, Sam Stening, Noah Harper; Monty Inglis, Matt Klemke, Steven Jolliffe; Joshua Conlan, Jackson Hughes, James Kennedy
GRIFFITH: Nicholas Conlan, Jamie Best, Taine Moraschi; Sam Foley, Richard Malone, Charlie Cunial; Jay Summers, Leigh Owen, Lachlan Wallace; Sam Daniel, James Toscan, Oliver Bartter; Kahlan Spencer, Patrick Payne, Tom Bartter; Nathan Richards, Jack Rowston (capt.), James Girdler; Todd Argus, Broden Spencer, Michael Agnew. 
Collingullie-GP: S Stening 4, B Harper 2, N Harper 2, S Small, B McMillan, J Hughes, H Wichman, J Perryman, A Clifford
Griffith: S Daniel 2, K Spencer, N Richards, O Bartter, J Toscan
Collingullie-GP: S Small, M Inglis, B McMillan, J Hughes, B Harper, T Crakanthorp
Griffith: S Daniel, J Best, T Moraschi, N Conlan, S Foley, N Richards

A summary of match report, with thanks
Collingullie-Glenfield Park are closing in on top spot of the ladder after a dominant second half led them to a 60-point win over Griffith. The 14.16 (100) to 6.4 (40) win over the Swans is the Demons eighth of the year however, they struggled to break clear of a competitive Griffith side during the first half. After going into quarter time 23 points down, the Swans rallied during the second quarter kicking three goals and narrowed the margin to just 11 at half-time. From there however, Collingullie got on top kicking nine goals to two during a dominant second half. Coach Nick Perryman was happy with how his side rose to the challenge to take the four points. "It's good to come away with a win," Perryman said. "We got off to a good start but then we had a few lapses through the middle of the game. "But to come away with the win against a good team is pleasing."  (By Jimmy Meiklejohn - The Daily Advertiser)


OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Coolamon Rovers 15.9 (99) def Wagga Tigers 3.10 (28), Leeton-Whitton 10.13 (73) def by Narrandera 12.7 (79), Mangoplah-CUE 6.15 (51) def Ganmain-GGM 6.9 (45); Turvey Park, bye.

Reserves: Collingullie-Glenfield Park 12.8 (80) def Griffith 5.4 (34)
Goals: A Brown 2, M Cudmore, C Bock, Z DeMamiel
Best players: A Verhagen, C Bock, N Witherspoon, D Catanzariti, W Ellis, A Ray
Under 17.5: Collingullie-Glenfield Park 10.15 (75) def Griffith 9.11 (65)
Goals: T D'Aquino 3, M Rosengreen, B Morrissey, J Menegazzo, D Paterson, B Burns, W Vaessen
Best players: M Rosengreen, L DeMamiel, T D’Aquino, D Paterson, B Morrissey, K Stevenson

NETBALL vs Collingullie-Glenfield Park: A Grade: won 38-56, A Reserve: won 39-41, B Grade: won 32-53, C Grade: won 18-40, U17: won 6-51.

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