THE Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs have proved once again why they have one of the top women’s rugby league programs on the South Coast, by taking out the annual November Nines opens tournament.
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Heading into the finals day at Corrimal’s Ziems Park, the Bulldogs had a 6-0 record, to set up a semi-final showdown with hosts Corrimal on Saturday.
The Bulldogs easily accounted for the Cougars 17-6 in the semi-final, to set up a grand final showdown with Berry-Shoalhaven Heads – who edged Albion Park-Oak Flats 14-8 in their semi-final.
Milton-Ulladulla continued their winning ways in the final, cruising past the Magpies 24-11 in the decider, to take out the title.
The Bulldogs winning grand final team included Cheyanne Hatch, Olivia Patterson, Tayla Kafoa, Angelica Angeles, Sally Dwyer (injured), Georgie Brooker, Grace Clarke, Karla Cowan, Alecia Bell and Erin Blackwell, with Abbey Montgomery, Dallas Cooper, Aimee Barnard, Tegan Chandler, Lauren Schuster, Shannon Meredith, Britt Peters and Meg Buchanan all featuring for the side during the tournament.
While in the under 18s division, the Stingrays of Shellharbour thumped Bomaderry 31-nil in the decider.
To get into the final, the Swamprats defeated Berkeley 16-5, while the eventual champions Stingrays ousted Milton-Ulladulla Blue 18-4.
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