Your EUROBODALLA FOOTY SHOW WEEKEND SCOREBOARD
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Group 16 Rugby League Round 10.
Cooma maintained its undefeated season after proving too strong for defending premiers Moruya, winning a bruising encounter 32-28. Moruya lead 18-4 at half time but could not contain the bigger Cooma team.
Click images to enlarge or run slideshow Above: Photos of the Cooma Stallions v Moruya Sharks Under 18's, Reserve Grade and First Grade matches by Ashleigh Steinke of A.S Photography - click here for more great photos of the day
Narooma were always in control in their 32-20 win over Eden, after leading 16-8 at half time.
Batemans Bay were resilient but never in the hunt, losing 52-20 to Bega
In the shock of the year, Merimbula crushed second placed Bombala 40-20 with a strong second half performance.
Lower Grades Results
Moruya 32 Cooma 8
Bega 44 Batemans Bay 12
Merimbula 22 Bombala 12
Bermagui Cobargo forfeited to Candelo Bemboka
Womens League Tag
Moruya 10 Cooma 4
Bega 28 Batemans Bay 14
Bombala 20 Merimbula nil
Eden 20 Narooma 6
Eden 32 Candelo Bemboka 4
Cooma 32 Moruya 22
Batemans Bay 38 Bega 12
Narooma 30 Eden 0
Above Bay Tigers Under 18's come away with the victory against Bega, the helicopter landing didn't disrupt the game too much 38:12 - Photo Bay Tigers
Sapphire Coast AFL
Narooma won the battle of the north to remain equal top of the ladder with a hard fought 15.17.107 to 11.7.73 win over Bermagui.
Pambula remain top on percentages after a tough 12.16.88 to 12.4.76 over Tathra
Merimbula effectively presented Eden with the wooden spoon in their 23.8.146 to 9.4.58 drubbing of the Whalers.
Pambula 12.10.82 Tathra 2.3.15
DG were no match for Narooma, in a game played in excellent spirit. There were some good parts where our DG side looked like the real deal.
AFL Womens League
Narooma 10.7.67 to Broulee Moruya 0.0.0
Eden 13.6.84 to Merimbula 1.0.6
Tathra 7.9.51 to Pambula 5.2.32
Bega v Bermagui no score provided.
In the ACTAFL, Batemans Bay Seahawks had a dirty day. Division 3 were never really in the hunt, falling to Molonglo 15.9.99 to 6.8.44 in Canberra. Division 4 could not handle Goulburn’s size and speed, crashing to a 24.10.154 to 4.5.29 home defeat.
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Photo By Batemans Bay Boars
Batemans Bay 'Boars' Rugby Union boys had a disheartening 33 to 31 loss today to Jindabyne. In good news however, the club were well represented in the Brumbies provincial side, with Jim Roberts, James Bell, and ex Boars player Ash Kenny!! Doing the club proud!!!
And not to forget our up and coming Rugby stars: Congratulations to the Broulee Dolphins Mighty Under 10s, who braved the cold in Jindabyne. They came away with a great win with a final score of 47-10.
Batemans Bay Tigers Womens Rugby League Under 18's Batemans Bay 32 / Corrimal 14 Open Women's Batemans Bay 44 / Windang 0
Above: Photos by Bay Tigers BM Giants report by Graham Wise
Tough day at the office for the Giants playing Narooma at home, going down by a big margin. Under strength from the get go, with some notable outs through unavailability, Giants rallied and produced some solid passages of play. The back line came under intense and sustained pressure but was galant in defence. Marty Jones led from the front and was well supported by Jado, Brendan, Billy and Chris. Dorny was strong in the middle assisting in some good passages of play with Tids. Brendo Winter and Decklyn Pascoe ran hard all day and contested every ball. Round 9 action sees Giants v Diggers at Bermagui with Giants confident of a strong performance with returning players, keen u16's and even a couple of Leaguey converts in the line up.
Best players: Chris Innocenti (scoring our only goal), Marty Jones, father son combo Bill and Doug Williams, Brendan Blackmore and Cameron Dorn.
Click image for larger ; Photos by Graham Wise