Bomaderry maintain their perfect record

MAN ON A MISSION: Bomaderry Tigers on-baller Tyson Sue sets himself for a kick against the Figtree Kangaroos at Artie Smith Oval, as Jacob Wright looks on. Photo: CATHY RUSSELL

MAN ON A MISSION: Bomaderry Tigers on-baller Tyson Sue sets himself for a kick against the Figtree Kangaroos at Artie Smith Oval, as Jacob Wright looks on. Photo: CATHY RUSSELL

LAST round saw the McDonald’s Family Restaurant/Amazing Dental sponsored Tigers record a heart stopping win over Figtree to remain undefeated after two rounds.

Figtree jumped the Tigers early, were first to the ball and looked well in control for most of the first quarter. A strong defensive effort and a couple of late goals narrowed the margin with Figtree leading by 15 points after one.

The second term was a fairly even affair and while Figtree looked to have the ascendancy for the most part, a solo effort from Jack Boxsell sparked the Tigers who finished the quarter behind by just 13 points.

The third quarter saw Bomaderry apply more pressure to the Figtree’s ball carriers and with Bomaderry’s tackling and attack on the ball intensifying, the Tiger’s slowly started to get on top – only trialling by one goal going into the last quarter.

The final quarter saw Bomaderry’s midfield take control as the Tigers continued to apply pressure and run the ball into attack and with the defensive unit limiting Figtree to just two points for the quarter, the Tigers finished the game strongly to run out eight point winners.

 Final score: Bomaderry  10.8-68 to Figtree 9.6-60

Goalkickers: B. Girling 3, M. Hickmott 2, J. Boxsell, P. Cowan, J. O’Byrne, J. Wright and T. Craig one goal.

Awards went to Andrew Lee (Crofty’s Tyre and Auto player’s player award), John Muggleton (Bridge Tavern voucher), Tom Hines (Kel Campbell Caltex fuel card), Joshua Lapatha (Tuscany Wood Fired Top Tackle award), Luke McCann (Mamma’s Italian Kitchen award) and Ben Girling (‘Scruples’ Hairstyles voucher).

In reserve grade, despite jumping out to an early 16 points lead after one quarter, the Tigers were forced to dig deep and hold on for a courageous five point victory.

Final score:  Bomaderry 10.6-66 to Figtree 9.7-61

Goalkickers:  P. Wells 3, A. Ugle 3, D. Gration 2, M. Ganderton and L. Bailey one goal.

Award winner were: Lockie Bailey (Crofty’s Tyre and Auto player’s player award), Liam Richardson (Bridge Tavern voucher), Nick McDonald (Tuscany Wood Fired Top Tackle award), Jonathon Green (Mamma’s Italian Kitchen award), Joseph Mason (‘Scruples’ Hairstyles voucher) and Philip Wells (Dunn and Williams coaches cup).

This weekend the Tigers play Shellharbour in both grades at Artie Smith Oval with action starting at 12.15pm. This week the awards and badge draw, will be presented at the club’s first function run by the BSC - Frat Party. 

For club information, contact Tony McCann 0422 365 408 or Sticks on 0403 291 231.

Until next week, Go the Tigers – WHOOA!