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Round 14 - Saturday July 23, 2022
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Griffith Exies Oval 
Umpires: Rob Johnston and Brian Robinson (RUA)
Griffith ................. 3.4 .. 11.4 .. 11.4 .. 14.5 (89) 
Turvey Park ....... 3.1 .. 5.4 .. 7.6 .. 9.7 (61)

GRIFFITH: Nicholas Conlan, Jamie Best, Michael Agnew, Taine Moraschi; Sam Foley, Charlie Cunial; Jay Summers, Leigh Owen, Broden Spencer; Sam Daniel, Patrick Payne, James Girdler; James Nancarrow, James Toscan,  Todd Argus; Nathan Richards, Jack Rowston (capt.), Kahlan Spencer; Oliver Bartter, Lachlan Wallace, Archie Ray. 
TURVEY PARK: Zac Randal, Tim Doyle, Lachlan McRae; Ben Lewington, Darcy Irvine, Harry Woods; Jack Haggar, Sam Jones, Luke Mazzocchi; Jack Granvill, Andrew Emery, Will Ashcroft; Edouard Grigg, Baxter Wallett, Corey Baxter; Rhett Weidemann, Callum Dooley, Will O'Connor; Chase Grintell, Jesse Margosis, Henry Jenkins.
Griffith: J Toscan 4, J Nancarrow 3, K Spencer 3, J Rowston, O Bartter, J Summers, S Daniel
Turvey Park: B Wallett 2, J Granvill 2, A Emery, W Ashcroft, C Baxter, E Grigg, C Dooley
Griffith: T Moraschi, N Conlan, S Foley, K Spencer, J Rowston, J Summers
Turvey Park: S Jones, E Grigg, C Dooley, D Irvine, L Mazzocchi, A Emery

A summary of match report, with thanks
Griffith have secured their third win of the season after beating Turvey Park by 28 points at Exies Oval. After a tight first quarter, the Swans kicked eight goals to two in the second and eventually ran out 14.5 (89) to 9.7 (61) victors over the Bulldogs. Swans coach Greg Dreyer was thrilled to get the win after a couple of good performances against Collingullie-Glenfield Park and Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong. "I've felt we've played well in the last couple of weeks against Collingullie and Ganmain," Dreyer said. "Obviously they just had a bit too much class for us, but the boys have competed well. "We had a good game against Turvey in the first round so there was an opportunity if we could string it together for a four-quarter effort and we managed to play pretty well. "They did challenge us pretty hard in the second half though." Griffith young gun Taine Moraschi was a clear best on ground for the Swans.

 (By Jimmy Meiklejohn - The Daily Advertiser, Monday July 25, 2022).


OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Collingullie-GP 8.8 (56) def Ganmain-GGM 5.10 (40), Mangoplah-CUE 12.14 (86) def Leeton-Whitton 5.3 (33), Wagga Tigers 20.12 (132) def Narrandera 4.6 (30); Coolamon Rovers, bye

Reserves: Turvey Park 9.8 (62) def Griffith 9.5 (59)
Goals: K Ruyg 6, C Bock, G Orton, T Shannon
Best players: A Verhagen, C Bock, K Ruyg, J Crowe, B McRae, A Brown
Under 17.5: Turvey Park 8.5 (53) def Griffith 5.10 (40)
Goals: T Bartter 2, B Morrissey 2, M Rosengreen 
Best players: R Best, L DeMamiel, W Vaessen, J Rogerson, M Rosengreen, J Neyland

NETBALL vs Turvey Park: A Grade: won 71-27, A Reserve: lost 37-48, B Grade: won 41-38, C Grade: won 36-35, U17: lost 25-40.

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