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Round 9 – Saturday June 22, 2019
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Griffith Exies Oval 2.10pm
Umpires: Troy Edwards, Dallas McKelvie (RUA)
Griffith ……......…. 3.7 .. 5.8 .. 6.10 .. 6.12 (48)
Wagga Tigers .…1.3 .. 1.8 .. 8.11 .. 8.16 (64)

GRIFFITH: Alex Overs, James Toscan (capt.), Jonathon Gastin; Will Griggs (coach), James Taylor, Guy Orton; Isaac Campbell, Jordan Iudica, Dean Schmetzer; Isaiah Potts, Jacob Conlan, Theo Valeri; Kahlan Spencer, Lucas Conlan, Michael Duncan; Charlie Cunial, Heath Northey, Rocky Perre; Blake Argus*, Jordan Crowe, Dean Bennett.
WAGGA TIGERS: Lahn Shepherd, Pat Gaynor, Xavier Lyons; Reid Gordon, Dylan Morton, Sam Ryan; Jesse Manton, Brendan Myers, Bailey Wileman; Nick Ryan, Ben Kelly, Nathan Cooke; Tom Keogh, Louis Beard, Will Keogh; Tom Osmotherly, Jacob Osbeiston, Jackson Kelly; Scott Pearce, Cooper Pavitt, Grant Daly
Griffith: M Duncan 2, I Potts, L Conlan, B Argus, K Spencer
Wagga: W Keogh 3, J Manton, S Pearce, J Osbeiston, B Myers, N Ryan

Griffith: J Toscan, L Conlan, H Northey, C Cunial, B Argus, A Overs
Wagga: B Kelly, N Ryan, B Myers, W Keogh, T Keogh, L Shepherd


A summary of match report, with thanks
The Griffith Swans have fallen to their second defeat in as many matches after a 16-point defeat at the hands of top of the table rivals Wagga Tigers on Saturday afternoon. The Swans had the better of the play in the first quarter with goals to Lucas Conlan, Mick Duncan and Isaiah Potts seeing the Swans head into the first quarter break with a 14-point advantage. The home side were then able to hold the Tigers goal-less in the second term while goals to Blake Argus and a second to Duncan just before halftime saw the Griffith side up by 24 points. The Swans kicked the first goal of the second half through Kahlan Spencer, but the game swung from that point with the Wagga side kicked seven unanswered goals before the third quarter siren to lead by 13 points. Neither side was able to make a real impact on the scoreboard in the final term as the Tigers came away with an 8.16 (64) to 6.12 (48) victory.  (The Area News – Monday June 24, 2019).

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Collingullie-GP 8.11 (59) def by Mangoplah-CUE 10.7 (67), Leeton-Whitton 11.4 (70) def by Coolamon 18.11 (119), Narrandera 12.10 (82) def by Turvey Park 12.15 (87); Ganmain-GGM, bye.

Reserves: Griffith 14.9 (93) def Wagga Tigers 6.7 (43)
Goals: C Bock 7, K Duncan 3, D Catanzariti 2, O Herrmann, M Agnew
Best players: C Bock, O Herrmann, M Irvin, B Tarr, B Rees, R Johns
Under 17.5: Wagga Tigers 19.17 (131) def Griffith 2.7 (19)
Goals: F Velis, A Brown
Best players: B Jamieson, K Bennett, I Piva, B Mirtschin, A Ray, L Gilbert

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