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Round 12 - Saturday July 10, 2021
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Griffith Exies Oval
Umpires: Alex Manley and Tim Beard (RUA)
Griffith ...................... 1.1 .. 1.4 .. 5.6 .. 7.7 (49)
Mangoplah-CUE ..... 3.4 .. 8.6 .. 9.9 .. 14.10 (94)

GRIFFITH: Ryan Bullus, Charlie Cunial, Mitchell Irvin; Patrick Payne, Riley Irvin, Oliver Bartter; Nick Witherspoon, Jack Rowston, Jay Summers; Jordan Whitworth, Henry Delves, Taine Moraschi; Leigh Owen, Isaac Testoni, Angus Bartter; Nathan Richards, Tom Powell, Kahlan Spencer; Ashley Verhagen, Jamie Best, Tom Shannon
MANGOPLAH-COOKARDINIA UNITED-EASTLAKES: Pat Killalea, Alex McCormack, Dominic Bunyan; Nick Collins, Hunter Lloyd, Ryan Price; Jake Hindmarch, Ethan Schiller, Doug Arthur; Jonathan Male, George Kendall, Brayden Ambler; Padric Griffin, Zac Hanrahan, Tom Keogh; Chris Willis, Ryan Turnbull, Trent Cohalan; Charlie Chambers, Flynn Collins, Justin Dore
Griffith: H Delves 3, K Spencer 2, T Moraschi, J Whitworth
Mangoplah-CUE: J Male 5, T Keogh 2, G Kendall 2, T Cohalan, E Schiller, C Willis, A McCormack, Z Hanrahan
Griffith: N Richards, T Powell, J Rowston, K Spencer, J Whitworth, T Moraschi
Mangoplah-CUE:  N Collins, J Male, E Schiller, B Ambler, T Cohalan, G Kendall
Quinn Medal votes: 3 - Ethan Schiller (MCUE), 2 -Jack Rowston (Gri), 1 - Jonathan Male (MCUE).

A summary of match report, with thanks
Having fallen to a heavy defeat to their archrivals (Leeton-Whitton) in the last hit-out, the Griffith Swans showed more fight but once again let the opposition get away early when they took on Mangoplah-CUE.
The Swans matched them early and held the Goannas to three goals while kicking one of their own through Jordan Whitworth to trail by 15 points at the first change. It was the second quarter when the Mangoplah side was able to break clear as they kicked five goals to none to lead by 44 at the main break. It was an improved start in the second half by the Swans, with Henry Delves popping up to kick two in quick succession before Mangoplah were able to hit back. Taine Moraschi got to the front of the pack and was able to get his first goal in senior footy, while Kahlan Spencer made the most of a turnover at the top of the 50-metre arc to see the margin back to 27 points. The Goannas kicked the first goal of the final term before Delves got his third for the afternoon, and while Spencer was able to get his second of the match, it wasn't enough as the Goannas kicked four late goals to come away 94 to 49 winners.

(By Liam Warren - The Area News, Monday July 12, 2021). 

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Coolamon 11.13 (79) def Leeton-Whitton 9.8 (62); Narrandera 10.7 (67) def by Turvey Park 20.10 (130); SUN: Ganmain-GGM 14.16 (100) def Collingullie-GP 9.8 (62); Wagga, bye.
Reserves: Griffith 10.13 (73) def Mangoplah-CUE 5.14 (44)
Goals: B Chambers 4, C Bock 2, J Burley, A Ray, K Duncan, L Killalea
Best Players: D Schmetzer, R Matheson, I Piva, C Bock, L Killalea, N Schmetzer
Under 17.5: Griffith 18.14 (122) def Mangoplah-CUE 3.3 (21)
Goals: W Ellis 5, B Evans 3, L Wallace 2, T Bartter 2, M Cudmore, J Rogerson, K Bennett, M Ashcroft, M Rosengreen
Best Players: W Ellis, L Irvine, N Conlan, M Bennett, K Bennett, R Best

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