THE Bomaderry Tigers locked up two more AFL South Coast minor premierships on Saturday, thanks to a pair of strong wins.
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After already locking up the women’s inaugural minor premiership last round, seeing the Tigers have the bye in week one of the finals, the club secured top spot in both the men’s division two and three thanks to respective wins against Port Kembla and Northern Districts.
At Kully Bay Oval, the division two Tigers side won 14.9-93 to 1.4-10, thanks to six goals from Josh Lapatha and four from Jordan Matthews.
Others to kick majors were Brent Herdman (two), Matt Polman and Blake Munilla.
While the division three side ran riot against Norths at Hollymount Park, cruising to victory 17.4-106 to 1.3-9, on the back of three goals each from Nathan Thomas, Tobias Hanger and Matthew Barnes.
Not to be outdone were Ryan Heard (two), Matthew Lawrence, Dale Lovatt, Tristan Craig, Nick McDonald, Jeremy Owens and Adriaan Toms, who all found their name on the score sheet too.
Elsewhere, Nowra-Albatross missed their chance to sneak into the division two men’s finals, losing by 11 points to Wollongong Lions.
This Saturday, at North Dalton Park, all three Tiger teams will contest their respective major semi-finals.
First to play will be the division three men’s side, who will battle Ulladulla for a spot in the decider from 9.15am.
This will be followed by the division two men’s clash with Wollongong Bulldogs, from 11.05am, and the women’s encounter against Lions from 1pm – with Kiama locking horns with Lions in first grade from 2.30pm.
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