Weekend Sports Wrap up

Narooma Devils took on the Cooma Stallions at Bill Smyth Oval, Narooma in all four grades.

Narooma She-Devils started the day strong with a 10 - 8 win over the Cooma Fillies.

The Narooma 18’s came out easy victors with a final score of 54-20 with 41 of those 54 points going to Clyde & Matty Parsons

Narooma Devils Reserve and 1st Grade boys went down Cooma in their matches. Reserves lost to Cooma 40-10, Narooma Firsts were narrowly beaten by a well informed Cooma 28-26

Photos by A.S Photography

All grades of the Bay Tigers were back in action on Sunday for a big day of footy down in Bega. Bay Tigers 1st grade went down to Bega 32:10 in a tight game with Bega taking the lead a the halftime hooter to go into the second half 12:6 Bay Tigers Reserves went down 68:0 to an artful Bega Roosters Reserve Grade team Bay Tigers Under 18’s went down to Bega 24:10 The Tigeress Ladies depleted side was down 6:0 to Bega Chicks Ladies League Tag at the break and came back in the 2nd going down 6:4 at full time with just 11 players. Moruya Sharks First Grade took on Bombala Blue Heelers and won the day with a final score of 14 to 12 For a ful report on the Sharks read Ian Traynor's account of the game HERE Byes: Merrimbula -Pambula Bulldogs 1st Grade Moruya Sharks Reserve Grade AFL Two massive wins on Saturday against Ainslie have put both Seahawks Senior grades up into 5th position on their respective ladders. Read the ful account of the game HERE

Team Links: Broulee Moruya Australian Football Club

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