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Round 6 - Saturday May 22, 2021
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Kindra Park
Umpires: Ryan Dedini and Jack Christopher (RUA)
Coolamon ..... 3.6 .. 4.11 .. 9.11 .. 15.12 (102)
Griffith .......... 2.2 .. 6.5 .. 9.6 .. 14.7 (91)  
COOLAMON ROVERS: Zac Oliver, Josh Buchanan, Hayden Bradley; Bayden Leary, Marshal Macualey, Nick Buchanan; Cooper McKelvie, Jake Barrett, Max Hillier; Ryan Allen, Matt McGowan, Dylan McPhail; Alex Carroll, Joe Redfern, Braeden Clyde; Ben Edyvean, Jamie Maddox, Jeremiah Maslin; Ryan Cox, Will Graetz, Tennyson Vance 
GRIFFITH: Isaac Testoni, Charlie Cunial, Oswald Herrmann; Patrick Payne*, Riley Irvin, Kahlan Spencer; Michael Agnew, Jack Rowston, Jay Summers; Mitchell Irvin, James Toscan, Angus Bartter; Sam Daniel, Henry Delves, Leigh Owen; Nathan Richards, Jack Powell, Tom Powell; Ryan Bullus, Oliver Bartter, Dean Bennett
Coolamon: J Redfern 3, J Maslin 3, M Mcgowan 3, C McKelvie 2, B. Glyde 2, T Vance, J Barrett
Griffith: H Delves 4, J Toscan 3, T Powell 2, J Powell, O Bartter, D Bennett, J Rowston, J Summers

Coolamon: J Maslin, R Allen, J Barrett, M Hillier, J Buchanan, A Carroll
Griffith: T Powell, R Irvin, J Rowston, N Richards, C Cunial, H Delves
Quinn Medal votes: 3 - Jeremiah Maslin (CR), 2 - Nathan Richards (Gri), 1 - Ryan Allen (CR).
SENIOR DEBUT: Partick Payne

A summary of match report, with thanks
The Griffith Swans came within three minutes of securing what would have been one of the upsets of the season when they travelled to Kindra Park to take on Coolamon. The Rovers led by 10 points going into the first break, but the Swans charged into life in the second term to kick four goals to one to lead by six heading into half-time. Coolamon hit back again in the third term to take a five-point lead into the final charge before the Swans once again found their footing in the final term. Looking for just their second win of the year, the Swans looked set to produce the biggest upset thus far when they led by 13 points heading into time-on in the final quarter. But the Hoppers stayed composed to kick four goals and solidify a top three spot. (By Liam Warren - The Area News, Monday, May 24, 2021).

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Narrandera 10.7 (67) def by Mangoplah-CUE 23.9 (147); Turvey Park 15.12 (102) def Leeton-Whitton 5.7 (37); SUN: Ganmain-GGM 17.9 (111) def Wagga 7.7 (49); Collingullie-GP, bye 
Reserves: Coolamon 10.8 (68) def Griffith 5.4 (34)
Goals: J Burley, D Campbell, C Bock, N Witherspoon, D Catanzariti
Best Players: D Schmetzer, L Killalea, C Harrison, N Witherspoon, N Schmetzer, T Shannon
Under 17.5: Griffith 18.24 (132) def Coolamon 6.3 (39) 
Goals: A Brown 5, B Evans 5, W Ellis 2, M Ashcroft, K Bennett, N Conlan, J Whitworth, L Wallace, J Rogerson
Best Players: W Ellis, S Irvin, K Bennett, L Wallace, J Best, B Evans

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