GRIFFITH NOTES: "Riverina Football Record" September 2, 1984 - No. 22
Club notes: If there ever was a game this season that we should have done, a game with so much depending on it, well last Sunday's game against Turvey Park was it. But somehow a more determined Turvey Park side was able to defeat us and ruin any chance, however, so slim it might have been, we had of competing in this year's finals.
Paul (Spaceman) Sparks won the mug, and as previous occasions made good use of it until early Monday morning.
The Second Graders won their encounter with a lowly Turvey Park side. Wal Foy was awarded the mug with Tony Dillon and Craig (Muzza) Murray also playing well, but it was Phil Purtill who won the golden gloves award.
The Under 19's, under Lennie, continued on their winning way towards the finals as they recorded a very good win against a strong Turvey Park side. Brendan Brown won the award but Mick (Sludge) Agnew played very well, or so I was told.
This week the Firsts and Seconds it's our last appearance and for some maybe their last for Griffith, so let's make it a worthwhile trip to visit 'Ducky' at Ganmain.