The Gerringong Breakers on Saturday at Sharman Park reminded the other Shoalhaven Football Association teams of its talent.
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The Breakers recorded an impressive 6-1 win over the big-hearted Illaroo boys in what was a great display of attacking football.
Illaroo played well in the early stages of the match but just could not stick with the Breakers.
Huskisson/Vincentia was another of the big winners on Saturday after recording a 5-nil victory over Shoalhaven Heads Berry at Vic Zealand Oval.
Culburra and Shoalhaven United decided attack was the way to go and both teams at Culburra Oval found the net frequently.
Culburra ended up with a 4-3 win in match enjoyed by all the fans.
St Georges Basin was also in the attacking zone on Saturday and defeated Milton/Ulladulla 4-1 at Lighthouse Oval.
Manyana and Sussex, in the final match, at the Manyana Sports Field recorded a nil-all draw, while Bomaderry had the bye.
The ladder has Bomaderry on top with 31 points followed by Culburra 28, Gerringong 23, Huskisson/Vincentia 21, St Georges Basin 18, Manyana 14, Illaroo 13, Milton/Ulladulla 13, Shoalhaven United 11, Sussex 11 and Shoalhaven Heads Berry 5.
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