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Round 10 - Saturday June 25, 2022
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Mangoplah Sportsground
Umpires: Craig Fletcher, Simon Tardrew and Drew Raynes (RUA).
Mangoplah-CUE ..... 5.3 .. 9.4 .. 15.6 .. 19.9 (123)
Griffith ...................... 4.0 .. 4.4 .. 6.5 .. 7.9 (51)
MANGOPLAH-CUE: Pat Killalea, James Scott, Dominic Bunyan; Nick Collins, Timothy Smith, Harry Collins; Jonathan Male, Ethan Schiller, Doug Arthur; Lewis Pulver, Connor Quade, Flynn Collins; Wesley Clark, Trent Castles, Alex McCormack; Jake Whitley, Tom Keogh, Ryan Turnbull; Charlie Chambers, Isaac Damme, James Godde
GRIFFITH: James Nancarrow (capt.), Jamie Best, Michael Agnew; Charlie Cunial, Sam Foley, Nicholas Conlan; Jay Summers, Taine Moraschi, Lachlan Wallace; Todd Argus, Oliver Bartter, Leigh Owen; Broden Spencer, Patrick Payne, Sam Daniel; Nathan Richards, Kahlan Spencer, James Girdler; Connor Bock, Reece Matheson, Jack Neyland.
Mangoplah-CUE: T Castles 5, T Keogh 4, J Male 3, F Collins 2, D Arthur, W Clark, H Collins, R Turnbull, L Pulver
Griffith: P Payne 3, K Spencer 3, T Moraschi
Mangoplah-CUE: T Keogh, R Turnbull, J Male, T Smith, N Collins, H Collins
Griffith: C Cunial, N Conlan, J Best, K Spencer, J Girdler, P Payne
SENIOR DEBUT: Jack Neyland
A summary of match reports, with thanks
The Griffith Swans suffered another heavy defeat, this time to the Goannas, after making a trip to Mangoplah on Saturday. After a close first quarter, the home side was able to gain the ascendancy to take a 19.9 (123) to 7.9 (51) victory. The Swans were well in the game at the first break to only be trailing by nine points at the first break, but were held goalless in the second quarter, and the Griffith side were unable to find a way back into the game. Patrick Payne kicked three goals for the Swans, with Kahlan Spencer chipping in for two, while Taine Moraschi and Leigh Owen kicked a major each. It was more successful day on the field for the reserves and under 17.5s. The reserve graders were able to pick up a 28-point win over the Goannas to stay within striking distance of the top five. Five goals to Tom Bartter and two each to Bailey Morrissey and Mason Rosengreen helped the under 17.5. come away with a 64 to 50 win. (By Liam Warren - The Area News).
Mangoplah-Cookardinia United-Eastlakes solidified their place in the Riverina League top five with a 72-point win over Griffith at Mangoplah Sportsground on Saturday. Looking to bounce back from last week's one-point home loss to Turvey Park, the Goannas led from start to finish to secure their fifth win. The result allowed MCUE to move to equal fourth with the Bulldogs, although Turvey Park's 88-point loss to Collingullie-Glenfield Park has dropped them to fifth on percentage.
After missing last week's game due to COVID, full forward Trent Castles made an impact with five goals, while Tom Keogh was best on ground with four. Jonathan Male continued his consistent season with three goals. (By Jon Tuxworth -The Daily Advertiser).
OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Turvey Park 8.5 (53) def by Collingullie-GP 22.9 (141), Wagga Tigers 10.10 (70) def Ganmain-GGM 5.13 (43); SUN: Coolamon Rovers 22.15 (147) def Narrandera 5.9 (39); Leeton-Whitton, bye.
Reserves: Griffith 12.8 (80) def Mangoplah-CUE 8.4 (52)
Goals: A Brown 3, D Crack 2, A Ray 2, K Ruyg 2, M Cornish, M Bennett, Z DeMamiel
Best players: A Brown, D Catanzariti, S Robinson, J Crowe, A Ray, A Verhagen
Under 17.5: Griffith 9.10 (64) def Mangoplah-CUE 7.8 (50)
Goals: Tom Bartter 5, Maon Rosengreen 2, Bailey Morrissey 2
Best players: Tom Bartter, Mason Ashcroft, Luke DeMamiel, Brandon Burns, Max Vardanega, Kalan Stevenson
NETBALL vs MCUE: A Grade: lost 68-37, A Reserve: lost 49-41, B Grade: lost 51-32, C Grade: won 23-24, U17: won 26-32.