Finals fever to start

ON THE COMEBACK: A badly broken finger has kept Bay and Basin’s Blake Hauser (with ball) on the sideline for most of the year, but he has returned just in time for the business end of the season.

ON THE COMEBACK: A badly broken finger has kept Bay and Basin’s Blake Hauser (with ball) on the sideline for most of the year, but he has returned just in time for the business end of the season.

FINALS fever kicks off this weekend for the South Coast Junior Australian Football sides with six matches to be played on Sunday.

Matches will be played at the Vincentia Sporting Complex and Ulladulla Sporting Complex.

The under 12s match between the Bay and Basin Bombers and Bomaderry Tigers at Vincentia should be a beauty.

Both sides have had great years and should produce an entertaining contest.

In the under 14s, also at Vincentia the Mogo Magic will play the Bombers.

Mogo and the Bombers both have some excellent attacking players and there should be lots of goals kicked.

The under 16s match between the Nowra Blues and the Batemans Bay based Seahawks should be interesting to watch.

The Blues are coming into form and could be a premiership threat.

Down in Ulladulla three matches will also be played on Sunday.

Neighbours, the Seahawks (Bateman Bay) and the Dockers (Ulladulla) love playing each other and they will be cheered on by what will be a vocal crowd.

Bomaderry in the under 14s has an experienced and talented team, but the Seahawks have many dangerous players.

Ulladulla, in the under 16s, has been the form team of the competition and the Bombers need to play well if they are to win.

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