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Round 9 - Saturday June 19, 2021
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Maher Oval
Umpires: Ryan Wolter, Tim Beard and Andrew Tough (RUA)
Turvey Park ...... 3.3 .. 5.11 .. 8.14 .. 12.18 (90)
Griffith ............... 0.4 .. 2.6 .. 4.9 .. 5.10 (40)

TURVEY PARK: Truman Carroll, William O'Connor, Angus Grigg; Matthew Ness, Rhett Weidemann, Jack Haggar; Luke Mazzocchi, Stephen Camp, Ben Lewington; Billy Granvill, Lachlan Leary, Tyler Cunningham; Baxter Wallett, Bradley Ashcroft, Tom Yates; Josh Ashcroft, Ashley Harris, Andrew Saddler; Chase Grintell, Harry Woods, Ryan Shaw
GRIFFITH: Mitchell Irvin, Riley Irvin, Ryan Bullus; Patrick Payne, Charlie Cunial, Kahlan Spencer; Jordan Whitworth, Jack Rowston, Kieran Ruyg; Dean Villata, James Toscan, Oliver Bartter; Jay Summers, Henry Delves, Dean Bennett; Nathan Richards, Jack Powell, Tom Powell; Tom Shannon, Michael Agnew, Jamie Best*.
Turvey Park: B Wallett 3, B Glanvill 3, L Leary 2, T Cunningham, S Camp, T Yates, A Harris
Griffith: J Toscan, H Delves, N Richards, T Powell, O Bartter, 
Turvey Park: B Glanvill, S Camp, J Ashcroft, M Ness, L Leary, J Haggar
Griffith: K Spencer, J Summers, T Powell, J Toscan, O Bartter, N Richards
Quinn Medal votes: 3 - Tom Yates (TP), 2 - Josh Ashcroft (TP), 1 - Dean Villata (Gri).

A summary of match report, with thanks

Rarely have a Griffith side looked as bad as they did against Turvey Park. The only satisfaction was their position on the ladder was virtually unchanged. The Swans had many good triers, but very few winners, and at any stage did they look dangerous. In fact, the Bulldogs outscored them in every quarter.
With the first use of the breeze, Swans might have been closer than 17 points behind at quarter time had Ryan Bullus, not allowed Turvey's second gamer, Baxter Wallett slip away from him for two vital goals. The duty of all backmen is to play shoulder-to-shoulder with their opponents all day, to limit their scoring opportunities.
For the second quarter, Turvey outplayed Griffith all over the ground, but for some unnecessarily hurried kicking, would have been more than 25 points ahead at half-time. The third quarter saw Griffith show a little more fight, although they still had players who were content to wait for a hand or foot pass rather than go in to a pack and help a team-mate. Turvey on the other hand, were always their to help. Turvey's pressure was applied all day, allowing them to win convincingly by 50 points. (By The Man on the Fence). 

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Coolamon 15.30 (120) def Narrandera 2.7 (19), Mangoplah-CUE 24.9 (153) def Leeton-Whitton 4.4 (28), Wagga 5.11 (41) def by Collingullie-GP 8.5 (53); Ganmain-GGM, bye
Reserves: Turvey Park 14.8 (92) def Griffith 6.5 (41) 
Goals: K Duncan 3, B Chambers, D Crack, L Killalea
Best Players: C Harrison, A Bartter, D Schmetzer, D Catanzariti, R Perre, R Matheson
Under 17.5: Griffith 6.9 (45) def Turvey Park 4.11 (35)
Goals: A Brown 3, M Ashcroft, W Ellis, L Irvine
Best Players: W Ellis, T Bartter, B Signor, L Irvine, B Fattore, B Evans

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