A welcome return to Robertson Oval with a sunny July day greeting us.
The under 17’s continued there good form with a ripping contest against Narrandera. The boys were able to hold off Narrandera to sneak a 4 point win and there second win in a row against a side above them on the ladder. Riley Green continued to snag goals bobbing up a couple. Luke Nicholas and Joel Parnell had there finest games of the year, While Will De Jong continued to crash packs. Exciting times for our under 17’s.
Seconds started slow but showed promising signs in the first quarter, following quarter time it clicked and the boys kicked 7 goals to nil to take a comfortable lead into half. The second half hit no real great heights but a solid effort from the boys. Matt Noonan landed a bag with 7 followed by harry Pascoe with 3. Hainsworth Cock played with his own footy with his best game in tigers colours and was well supported by the midfield.
First grade hit the ground running to open up a 47 point quarter time lead and ever looked back, even kicking goals after halftime. John Buchannan kicked double figures with a BOG performance and was well supported by Shaun Driscoll, Dyl Morton and Jim Carroll.
Big couple of weeks coming up to cement our spot in the 5 for all grades. Following today’s junior/senior football let’s all trip back to the Thomas Blamey for dinner and a couple.
Timmy the Tiger #99
Tigers 17’s started the day off with a big win 58 to 13. Poppy Warden was a stand out in all positions she played while Laura McMahon was once again consistent in the circle.
The C grade girls pulled away for another win out scoring Coolamon 35 to 27. Bec Myers worked hard through the centre court and Em Hagger played well in the circle.
B grade continued the winning theme with a 56 to 34 win. Eliza Kelly stepped to B grade playing a strong game in the attacking end while Georgia Tilyard came up with many intercepts.
A reserve had another strong win 75 to 12. Lilly was strong through the centre setting up much of the play and was well supported by Madi Kelly.
A grade was back on the winners list with a convincing 80 to 41 win. Bridget Webster was solid in defence causing many turnovers with Ella Finemore converting them well in the goal circle.