Tigers go on the hunt

BOMADERRY took a merciless approach into its South Coast Australian Football League match against Albatross at Artie Smith Oval on Saturday and recorded a comfortable win.

The Tigers were in goal kicking mood and notched up a 26-18-174 to 3-2-20 victory.

The first quarter was an indication of things to come.

The Tigers produced a six goal/five behind 41 point blitz in the first quarter and the score suggests they might have had the wind at their backs.

Albatross, on the other hand, did not bother the scoreboard attendant in the first quarter.

The Demons kicked two goals in the second quarter and at the score at the main break was 10-10-70 to 2-1-13.

Kicking 10 behinds would have been the only displeasing thing for the Tigers at the main break.

Once again conditions must have played a role in the third quarter as the Tigers blasted seven goals, while the Demons were again scoreless.

Leading 116-13 many teams would have clocked off on the day but the Tigers wanted to entertain their supporters and the goals kept on coming.

Bomaderry capped off a comprehensive victory by kicking nine majors in the final quarter.

Apart from the actual victory, the way the goal kicking duties were shared around would have pleased the Bomaderry coaching staff.

A total of 11 players kicked one or more goals for the Tigers.

Best players for Bomaderry were Matt Cace, Mat Ganderton, Jack Reynolds, James Nicoll, Sean Byrne and Brent Herdman.

For the Demons Simon Blizzard, Blake Jarvey, Jesse Carmichael, Christian Lucas, Mitchell Parkin and Jonty Kelly never gave up.

YOUNG GUNS: Bomaderry's Jack Boxsell and Jonty Kelly (Albatross) enjoy a great battle.

YOUNG GUNS: Bomaderry's Jack Boxsell and Jonty Kelly (Albatross) enjoy a great battle.

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