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 2023 SEASON 

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Round 6 - Saturday 20 May 2023 @ 2.10pm
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Maher Oval
Umpires: Ryan Dedini and Nathan Brookes (RUA)

Turvey Park ..... 2.3 .. 6.3 .. 9.3 .. 12.4 (76)
Griffith .............. 1.3 .. 2.66 .. 9.7 .. 11.7 (73) 

TURVEY PARK: Ben Lewington, Tim Doyle, Lachlan McRae; Jack Haggar, Andrew Emery, Harry Stapleton; Joel Peters, Ethan Weidemann, Luke Mazzocchi; Josh Ashcroft (capt), Rhett Weidemann, Hayden Smith; Lachlan Leary, Bradley Ashcroft, Baxter Wallett; Antony Forato, Luke Fellows, Jesse Margosis; Rhys Leary, Henry Jenkins, Harry Woods 
GRIFFITH: Sam Foley, Charlie Cunial, Nicholas Conlan; Dean Simpson, Alec McCormick, Taine Moraschi; Kieran Ruyg, Oliver Bartter, Mason Rosengreen; James Girdler, Patrick Payne, Kahlan Spencer; Alex Page, Henry Delves, Sam Daniel; Nathan Richards, Rhys Pollock, Jack Rowston (capt); Broden Spencer, Michael Cudmore, Jay Summers.
Turvey Park: B Ashcroft 5, L Fellows 3, J Margosis, L Mazzocchi, A Forato, H Stapleton
Griffith - S Daniel 3, A Page 3, H Delves 2, R Pollock 2, J Rowston
Turvey Park: E Weidemann, J Haggar, L Fellows, J Margosis, L McRae, A Emery
Griffith: R Pollock, J Rowston, K Spencer, A McCormick, S Foley

A summary of match report, with thanks
TURVEY PARK has taken out a strong contender for match of the year after defeating Griffith by three-points at Maher Oval.

After a tight opening term between the two sides, the Bulldogs got the upper hand in the second kicking four goals to one to extend their lead out to 21-points at half-time. Luke Fellows kicked the first major in the third term before Griffith got on a roll kicking the next four to bring the margin within a kick before Fellows and Jesse Margosis responded with goals for the Bulldogs to steady the ship.

The Swans however regrouped again kicking the next three to head into the last break with a narrow three-points margin.

Griffith then extended their lead out to 15 points halfway through the last term following back-to-back goals to Alex Page.

However, the Bulldogs refused to lie down with goals to Antony Forato, Brad Ashcroft and finally Harry Stapleton edged Turvey back in front as they ran out winners 12.4 (76) to 11.7 (73).
Bulldog's coach Michael Mazzocchi was proud of the way that his side fought back late with their backs well and truly against the wall.

"I don't think I've really coached a Turvey team that's been able to come from behind to actually win a game, obviously it's a young group and once they get down, they tend to stay down. But that was a massive back against the wall moment because we went from four goals up to three goals down." After being so strong in the second term, Mazzocchi admitted his side let the Swans back in the contest in the third which was spearheaded by ruckman Nathan Richards and the on-ball trio of Rhys Pollock, Jack Rowston and Kahlan Spencer. 
The game wasn't without its controversy though with Sam Daniel being awarded two questionable marks after both the halftime and three-quarter time sirens, the second of which gave the Swans the lead.  (By Jimmy Meiklejohn -The Daily Advertiser - Monday May 22, 2023).
Other matches - SAT: Collingullie-GP 10.9 (69) def Coolamon Rovers 5.3 (33), Leeton-Whitton 3.2 (20) def by Wagga Tigers 14.10 (94); SUN: Mangoplah-CUE, 7.4 (46) def by Ganmain-GGM 7.8 (50); Narrandera, bye.

Reserves: Turvey Park 12.4 (76) def Griffith 7.12 (54) 
Goals - R Matheson 2, D McDermott 2, C Bock 2, A Ray
Best players - T Blissett, D McDermott, J Bellicanta, R Matheson, J Neyland
Griffith: Sam Irvin, Ash Verhagen, Cameron Harrison; Richard Malone, Luke DeMamiel, Jordan Crowe; James Rogerson, Reece Matheson, Michael Agnew; Archie Ray, Darcy McDermott, Connor Bock; Toby Blissett, James Treweeke, Gary Charles; Jack Neyland, Jordan Whitworth, Lachlan Wallace; Max Vardanega, Sam Robinson, Joseph Bellicanta, Kris Duncan
Griffith umpire: Steve Cunial
Other matches - SAT: Collingullie-GP 6.6 (42) def by Coolamon Rovers 10.17 (77), Leeton-Whitton 3.1 (19) def by Wagga Tigers 19.13 (127); SUN: Mangoplah-CUE 5.7 (37) def by Ganmain-GGM 12.9 (81); Narrandera, bye.


Under 17.5: Turvey Park 8.17 (65) def Griffith 4.6 (30)
Goals - B Morrissey 2, B Evans, W Vaessen
Best players - B Morrissey, T Jamieson, S Culgan, B Aloisi, X Quarisa, W Vaessen
Griffith: Lucas Stevenson, Bede Kenny, Sean Culgan; Alex Minato, Will Vaessen, Oliver Young; Xavier Quarisa, Bailey Morrissey, Zac Spiers; Billy Evans, Archie Forwood, Navieen Singh; Lachlan Emery, Brayden Forrester, Lau Tietie; Blake Aloisi, Tom Jamieson, Zaviea Connor; Digby Paterson, Beau Cooper, Jock Emery, Riley Andreazza, Tom D'Aquino 
Griffith umpire: Ron Irvin
Other matches - SAT: Collingullie-GP 0.0 (0) def by Coolamon Rovers 25.22 (172), Leeton-Whitton 6.3 (39) def by Wagga Tigers 8.12 (60); SUN: Mangoplah-CUE 7.3 (45) def by Ganmain-GGM 14.10 (94); Narrandera, bye.

NETBALL vs Turvey Park: A Grade: won 24-46, A Reserve: lost 47-43, B Grade: lost 41-26, C Grade: won 31-45, U17: lost 42-30. 

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