Weekend results from the Eurobodalla Footy Show

Tune in to the Eurobodalla Footy Show Thursday Night 6.00pm to 8.00pm 2 EAR FM 107.5 Weekend Results for 29-30 April 2017 Group 16 Rugby League Moruya coach Mick Cottington still upbeat about this season despite his charges losing 30-18 at home to Bombala. Moruya, missing 8 injured players, lead till late in the game but were over run by an enthusiastic Blue Heelers. The Sharks won the Reserve Grade 36-4 and Ladies League Tag 10-0 (the girls still undefeated!) The Bay Tigers reserves had a 48:22 victory against the Bermi-Cobargo Eels and the Bay Tigers 18's finish the game 54:14 winners with the Bay Tiger women's league tag team going down to a strong Eden side 42:0 In other first grade games, Narooma sprung the major upset beating Bega 20-18, Batemans Bay lost to a rampant Eden 34-14 and Cooma continued their strong early season form thrashing Merimbula 46-22

The above Cooma Stallions v Moruya Sharks images by Ashleigh Steinke, Sports Photographer/ Snowy Mountains Photographer at A.S Photography

For full match reports on all our Eurobodalla teams, get this week’s Bay Post / Moruya Examiner and the Narooma News editions. AFL SCAFL Round 1 Narooma continued its strong start to the season with an impressive win over Merimbula 18.14.122 to 8.4.52. Bermagui were dominant in their 31.12.198 to 2.7.19 thumping of Eden. Reigning Premiers Tathra won a thrilling 16.16.112 to 13.11.89 win over Pambula. Batemans Bay Seahawks Div 3 team had the bye. Rugby Union Batemans Bay Boars found the winners list again beating Boorowa 25-22


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