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Round 14 - Saturday 22 July 2023 @ 2.10pm
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Kindra Park
Umpires: Andrew Tough, Joel Fairman and Sarah Jameson (RUA)
Coolamon ..... 2.3 .. 6.10 .. 9.10 .. 13.12 (90)
Griffith ........... 3.3 .. 6.5 .. 7.9 .. 9.13 (67)
COOLAMON ROVERS: Tom Holden, Nick Buchanan, Luke Gerhard; Patrick Bray, Pat Walker, Allister Clarke; Cooper McKelvie, Jake Barrett (coach) Jack Rudd, Aiden Macauley, Bailey Wood, Jerimiah Maslin; Max Hillier, Tim Oosterhoff, Shae Darcy; Will McGowan, Braeden Glyde, Jeremy Sykes; Campbell Mattingly, Matt McGowan, Hayden Bradley
GRIFFITH: Sam Foley, Charlie Cunial, Daniel Peruzzi; Dean Simpson, Alec McCormick, Nicholas Conlan; Jay Summers, Oliver Bartter, Mason Rosengreen; Alex Page, Patrick Payne, Kahlan Spencer; James Toscan, Henry Delves, James Girdler; Nathan Richards, Rhys Pollock, Jack Rowston (capt); Jordan Whitworth, Sam Daniel, Bailey Morrissey.
Coolamon - T Oosterhoff 4, A Macauley 3, S Darcy 2, J Sykes, M McGowan J Rudd, C McKelvie
Griffith - A Page 2, B Morrissey 2, P Payne, S Daniel, R Pollock, M Rosengreen, H Delves
Coolamon - B Glyde, J Sykes, M Hillier, A Macauley, P Walker, C Mattingly, C McKelvie
Griffith - J Rowston, A Page, D Simpson, J Summers, H Delves, N Conlan, N Richards
A summary of match report, with thanks
COOLAMON bounced back from a disappointing performance last week to defeat Griffith by 23 points at Kindra Park. It was a slow start for the Hoppers as they allowed the Swans to head into the first break with a narrow lead following a tight opening term. Inaccuracy then played a major part in the second term for Coolamon as they recorded 4.7 to 3.2 which saw them head into the main change ahead by just five points. Three goals to one in the third saw them open up a 13-point lead which they never relinquished as they when on to record a 13.12 (90) to 9.13 (67) over the Swans. Braeden Glyde was outstanding for the Hoppers while Jeremy Sykes, Max Hillier and Aiden Macauley were among the best. Tim Oosterhoff finished with four goals for the afternoon while Macauley chimed in with three majors on his own.
The win puts the Hoppers in fourth position. (By Jimmy Meicklejohn - The Daily Advertiser - Monday July 24, 2023).
A summary of match report, with thanks
KINDRA PARK continues to be a difficult place to play for the Griffith Swans after they fell to a 23-point defeat to Coolamon on Saturday.
The Swans were able to make a strong start to the game with a three-goal to two opening term and headed to the break with a five-point advantage. Heading into the main break, the Rovers were able to turn the margin and were able to go on with the game in the second half.
Three goals to one in the third term saw the Coolamon side head into the final change with a 13-point lead. Another strong term for the home side saw them able to get the four points with a 13.12 (90) to 9.13 (67) victory.
Bailey Morrissey continues to enjoy his role as a small forward, kicking two goals as did Alex Page, who was among the Swans best in the defeat. The loss means the Swans stay at the top of the table was short lived, with the teams nearest to them picking up victories.
The Swans have dropped to third after GGGM was able to jump into first after a 107-point win over Narrandera, while the Bulldogs also leapfrogged the Swans after 24 points win over Mangoplah-CUE. Collingullie-GP moved into fifth place after claiming an eight win over Wagga Tigers. The contest was called off halfway through the last term when Demons' Matt Klemke was injured in a tackle.
(By Liam Warren - The Area News - Monday July 24, 2023). Note: Coolamon kicked three goals in the final five minutes to defeat Griffith.
Other matches - SAT: Collingullie-GP 8.5 (53) def Wagga Tigers 6.9 (45), Narrandera 5.6 (36) def by Ganmain-GGM 22.11 (143), Turvey Park 10.7 (67) def Mangoplah-CUE 6.7 (43); Leeton-Whitton, bye.
Reserves: Coolamon Rovers 16.9 (105) def Griffith 2.4 (16)
Goals - R Matheson, M Ashcroft
Best players - J Treweeke, M Cudmore, J Crowe, A Verhagen, L Wallace, M Agnew
Griffth: Michael Agnew, Ash Verhagen (capt), Cameron Harrison; Ryan Bullus, Luke DeMamiel, Michael Cudmore; Ben Signor, Reece Matheson, Max Vardanega; Kieran Ruyg, Sam Robinson, Mason Ashcroft; Broden Spencer, James Treweeke, Connor Bock; Jack Neyland, Jordan Crowe, Lachlan Wallace; Sam Irvin, Gary Charles, Billy Evans, Willem Vaessen
Griffith umpire: Paul Rogerson
Other matches - SAT: Collingullie-GP 8.5 (53) def Wagga Tigers 3.5 (23), Narrandera 3.3 (21) def by Ganmain-GGM 17.9 (111), Turvey Park 14.12 (96) def Mangoplah-CUE 5.4 (34); ; Leeton-Whitton, bye.
Under 17.5: Coolamon Rovers 9.7 (61) def Griffith 6.6 (42)
Goals - B Evans 4, A Minato 2
Best players - B Evans, W Vaessen, Z Connor, R Andreazza, S Culgan, M Salvestro
Griffth: Lucas Stevenson, Bede Kenny, Riley Andreazza; Zaviea Connor, Willem Vaessen, Sean Culgan; Zac Spiers, Oliver Young, Jai Menegazzo; Archie Forwood, Alex Minato, Beau Cooper; Navieen Singh, Billy Evans (capt), Brody Summers; Blake Aloisi, Mason Salvestro, Tom Jamieson; Alex Stopic, Owen Robinson, Lau Tietie, Ryan Irvin.
Griffith umpire: Ron Irvin
Other matches - SAT: Collingullie-GP 2.5 (17) def by Wagga Tigers 14.13 (97), Narrandera 1.3 (19) def by Ganmain-GGM 18.24 (132), Turvey Park 7.11 (53) def Mangoplah-CUE 4.8 (32); Leeton-Whitton, bye.
NETBALL vs Coolamon Rovers: A Grade: draw 45-45, A Reserve: won 21-41, B Grade: won 34-42, C Grade: draw 34-34, U17: lost 32-27.