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Round 18 - Saturday 26 August, 2017
Riverina Football Netball League
Venue: Griffith Exies Oval 2.10pm
Umpires: Andrew Tuovi and Rob Johnston (RUA) 
Griffith ............... 3.1 .. 5.7 .. 10.9 .. 14.11 (95) 
Turvey Park ...... 0.6 .. 3.9 .. 6.11 .. 7.12 (54) 

GRIFFITH: Jonathon Gastin, Richard Malone, Lucas Conlan; Sam Daniel, Ash Verhagen, Toby Blissett; Guy Orton, Will Griggs, Sam Foley; Luke Shannon, James Toscan (c), Jacob Conlan, Michael Duncan, Brent Arho, Heath Northey; Jacob Barrington, Jordan Iudica, Ben King; Casey Moore, Daniel Peruzzi, Jack Rowston, Tom Valeri
TURVEY PARK: Lachie Macrae, Josh Donaldson, Jack Haggar; Matt Bailey, John Hoey, Jack Brooks; Dane Campbell, Jeremy Sykes, Jackson Weidemann; Josh Campbell, Andrew Emery, Brad Ashcroft; Ryan Pollack, Clint Shields, Harry Stapleton; Kodie O'Malley, Tim Doyle, Josh Ashcroft; Mackenzie Harmer, Tyler Maher, Mitch Francis, James Colaiacovo 
Griffith: B Arho 4, M Duncan 2, T Blissett 2, J Iudica, B King, J Toscan, D Peruzzi, W Griggs, S Daniel 
Turvey Park: B Ashcroft 2, C Shields 2, A Emery, J Hoey, T Doyle
Griffith: M Duncan, J Rowston, W Griggs, T Blissett, J Gastin, B Arho
Turvey Park: J Donaldson, M Bailey, J Sykes, J Haggar, T Maher, T Doyle
Reports: Brent Arho by umpire Andrew Tuovi for striking Josh Donaldson - issued a reprimand. 
A summary of match report, with thanks
Griffith full-forward Brent Arho is in doubt for Sunday's elimination final after being reported in the Swans' final round win over Turvey Park.

Arho was reported for striking as Griffith rounded out their preparation for finals with a 14.11 (95) to 7.12 (54) win over Turvey Park at Exies Oval. The Swans are confident there is nothing in the report and Arho will be free to face Coolamon in Sunday's elimination final at Robertson Oval. Everything else went well for Griffith, who were made to work for the win.

Ash Verhagen (hamstring) and Luke Shannon (knee) played no part in the second half for precautionary reasons but will be fit to face Coolamon. Griffith coach Adrian Pavese was pleased with the final round hit-out.

"Turvey were good, really good, they came to play and took the game on," Pavese said. "It took us half a game to shake them off, but I was happy with the win."  Griffith's Mick Duncan was best-on-ground, while Toby Blissett and Jack Rowston were good.

(By Matt Malone - The Area News, Monday August 28, 2017).

OTHER MATCHES - SAT: Coolamon 14.10 (94) def Ganmain-GGM 6.11 (47), Narrandera 4.2 (26) def by Mangoplah-CUE 17.16 (118), Wagga 6.10 (46) def by Collingullie-GP 10.11 (71); Leeton-Whitton, bye.
Reserves: Griffith 10.9 (69) def Turvey Park 4.5 (29)
Goals: K Duncan 3, B Knagge 2, T Howard 2, N Witherspoon, D Andreazza, B Tarr
Best Players: J Keenan, R Johns, D Villata, N Witherspoon, R Perre, K Duncan
Under 17: Turvey Park 13.11 (89) def Griffith 7.9 (51)
Goals: R Townsend 2, G Rovere 2, I Campbell, D Schmetzer, T Beitaki
Best Players: R Townsend, R McWhirter, C Verri, I Campbell, B Argus, M Agnew

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