2017 SEASON RESULTS
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Preliminary Final - Sunday September 17, 2017
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Robertson Oval 2.10pm
Umpires: Luke Olsen, Andrew Jackman and Ryan Dedini (RUA)
Collingullie-GP .... 4.4 .. 8.6 .. 11.11 .. 17.12 (114)
Griffith .................. 1.3 .. 3.6 .. 5.11 .. 7.12 (54)
COLLINGULLIE-GLENFIELD PARK: Ben Keith, James Morris, Daniel Kennedy; Kallum Sykes, Tom Keogh, Sean Keith; Lachlan Moore, Michael Anderson, Matt Beckmans; Nicholas Perryman, Will Haines, Matt Klemke; Luke Gestier (c-c), Marc Geppert, Brad Aiken; Chris Jackson, Jayden Klemke, Steven Jolliffe; James Kennedy, Cody Cool, Daniel Frawley, Stephen Dawson
GRIFFITH: Sam Foley, Jacob Conlan, Lucas Conlan; Jack Rowston, Sam Daniel, Jonathon Gastin; Guy Orton, Will Griggs, Luke Shannon; Toby Blissett, James Toscan (capt), Heath Northey; Ben King, Brent Arho, Michael Duncan; Jacob Barrington, Richard Malone, Jordan Iudica; Casey Moore, Daniel Peruzzi, Thomas Valeri, Daniel Andreazza
Collingullie-GP: J Klemke 4, M Geffert 4, D Frawley 3, L Gestier 2, T Keogh, B Aiken, J Kennedy, M Beckmans
Griffith: J Iudica, M Duncan, B Arho, L Shannon, C Barrington, B King, W Griggs
Collingullie-GP: S Jolliffe, J Klemke, T Keogh, M Anderson, C Jackson, C Jackson, J Morris
Griffith: J Barrington, B King, J Iudica, L Conlan, J Conlan, J Rowston
Report: Collingullie-GP cite Griffith's Mick Duncan for an alleged elbow to the face of Jayden Klemke - 3 game suspension. On appeal suspension reduced to 1 game.
A summary of match report, with thanks
Collingullie-Glenfield Park head into next Saturday's Riverina League grand final at Narrandera with some confidence and momentum after an impressive 10-goal win over Griffith in Sunday's preliminary final. For the fifth time in six years, the Demons will take their place on the biggest day of the year - and the league's first Saturday grand final - after finishing over the top of the Swans, 17.12 (114) to 7.12 (54).
In a quick and open game at Robertson Oval, Collingullie-GP 's big game experience came to the fore, as they made the most of the running and knew how to get the game back on their terms when Griffith launched their challenges. In the second quarter, Griffith closed to within a kick before Collingullie-GP kicked four unanswered, including two in three minutes to Marc Geppert. That pushed the Demons' lead out to five goals at half-time. It was six by the last change, and then they piled on six goals to Griffith's two in the final quarter, to win by 60 points.
Six times, the Demons kicked two goals within three to four minutes, whereas the Swans couldn't capitalise on their chances to build momentum. The (Griffith) under 17s didn't enjoy any better fortune against the Demons losing 12.11 (83) to 9.8 (62) in their preliminary final.
(The Area News - September 18, 2017).
Turvey Park ............ 0.2 .. 5.8 .. 5.8 .. 6.12 (48)
Collingullie-GP ..... 6.0 .. 15.7 .. 15.7 .. 17.9 (111)
Goals - Turvey Park: B McPherson 2, M Harmer, D Brown, M Carroll, M Ness
Collingullie-GP: Z Billingham 5, M Lewington 3, M Mullins 2, H Banks 2, D Koop 2, M Pilon, Z Burkinshaw, L Watkins
Best players - Turvey Park: M Francis, J Colaiacovo, M Harmer, J Fletcher, K Graf, M Carroll
Collingullie-GP: N Cooper, Z Billingham, M Lewington, M Mullins, L Murray, T Banks
Griffith ..................... 2.4 .. 4.6 .. 6.7 .. 9.8 (62)
Collingullie-GP ...... 2.4 .. 7.6 .. 10.8 .. 12.11 (83)
Goals - Griffith: G Rovere 2, R Townsend 2, R Matheson, A Kennedy, C Bock, D Bennett, M Agnew
Collingullie-GP: B Harper 4, B McMillan 3, H Lane 3, T Tsipiras 2
Best players - Griffith: B Argus, B Piva, R Townsend, M Agnew, C Bock, I Campbell
Collingullie-GP: B Harper, M Inglis, J Pope, H Radley, E Perryman, X Mamo
Griffith: Reece Matheson, Chase Verri, Ryan McWhirter, Ryan Greenaway, Isaac Campbell, Broden Piva, Tyrone Beitaki, Michael Agnew (capt.), Jesse Paton, Angus Kennedy, Stephen Witherspoon, Dean Bennett, Connor Bock, Giuseppe Rovere, Blake Argus, Riley Townsend, Lachlan Killalea, Dean Schmetzer, Lucas Fabris, Joshua Golden, Reece Marlow, Luke Parmenter.
Netball - Under 17: Turvey Park 30 d Griffith 29