EUROBODALLA FOOTY SHOW WEEKEND SCOREBOARD Join Ian Traynor and Peter Diskon every Thursday Nights 5.00pm to 7.00pm on 107.5 FM for the look at all things footy on the coast and nationally. Group 16 Rugby League The second round of finals saw four clubs advance teams straight to the grand final. Cooma were always in front and look the goods for an unbeaten season in disposing Bombala by 28-20 in first grade. Bombala now face Merimbula-Pambula again, who beat Bega 13-12 in extra timeon Saturday.In Reserve Grade, Bega edged out hot favourites Candelo-Bemboka 24-22 in a tough battle. Candelo must beat a tough Merimbula outfit, who came from behind to beat Moruya 18-16 if they are to get their revenge against the Roosters in the Grand Final.In Ladies League Tag, Bombala played a great second half to beat Moruya 22-10. They were behind at half time but kept the Sharkettes scoreless in the second half and adding 3 tries themselves.Moruya play off against the resurgent Bega team, who accounted for Merimbula 22-14. In the Under 18s, the powerful Merimbula -Pambula went straight through to the GF with an emphatic 24-8 win over Batemans Bay. The Bay will again face Narooma who are flying high afterthrashing defending premiers Bega 50-10The finals will be held this Sunday at Moruya, come along for a great day of high quality rugby league SCAFL Narooma looked in serious trouble when down 22 points at 3 quarter time to Bermagui. However,aided by a howling gale and tough defence, they kept the Breakers scoreless in the final term to runout winners 12-12- 84 to 10-10- 70. In other games, Pambula had a comfortable 15.10.100 to 6.6.42 win over a disappointing Merimbula while Tathra easy accounted for cellar dwellers Eden 21.9.135to 6.11.47 Broulee Moruya Giants had a mixed day at Kyla Oval, Tuross Head on Saturday. The Under 11s defeated Tathra 5.10.40 to 3.2.20 while the Under 16s thrashed Narooma 12.5.77 to 2.5.17. The u13s had the bye.Unfortunately, the two senior sides met stiff opposition. The Ladies played well but were outclassed7.6.48 to 2.4.16 by Tathra, while the Men’s Development squad were no match for a fast running Narooma team, the Lions winning 14.11.95 to 1.1.7 Remember to Tune in to the Eurobodalla Footy Show Thursday Nights 5.00pm to 7.00pm on 107.5 FM catch you then Ian Traynor From around the internet: Rugby Union The Batemans Bay Boars finished the year off yesterday with a solid 37 to 15 win against Braidwood Redbacks.
Above: Photo by Kathy Toirkens (source Braidwood Redbacks Rugby Union FB page) AFL The Batemans Seahawks First Grade team have kept their spot in the top 4 with a gutsy 16 point win at home against the third placed ANU Griffins. With a howling wind blowing at Hanging Rock our boys handled the conditions better and will need to win next week in their last game to assure them fourth position.
Rugby League: Great effort from the under 18's Bay Tigers today despite going down 24-8 to a polished Merimbula - Pambula Bulldogs senior rugby league club side.
Photos of Merimbula-Pambula Bulldogs v Batemans Bay Tigers by Ashleigh Steinke of A.S Photography
The Tigers will regroup to play Narooma Devils@ Ack Weyman Oval next Sunday. Let's all get down there and support our team as they look to book a place in the Group 16 Rugby League Grand Final Congratulations to Bombala Blue Heelers ladies (below) on being the first team to make it into the 2017 grand final, after a victorious win over the Moruya Sharks 20-10
Above: Photo Group 16 Rugby League
Batemans Bay Tigers Womens Rugby League - Tackle Unfortunately the Under 18's were forfeited to by Berkeley. Which means the girls are undefeated minor premiers. The under 18's will start the finals on the 19th August @ Corrimal. The Open Women played at MacKay Park taking on Helensburgh, with the NSW player of the year Kezi Apps playing for them. Congratulations to the Batemans Bay Tigers ladies for taking the points from a Kezzie Apps and winning the game with a solid 20:6.