THE Bomaderry Tigers ended their 2020 AFL South Coast regular season on a high on Saturday, by recording three impressive victories.
At the Nowra Showground, Matt Barnes' premier men's side chalked up their first win of the season by smashing the Shellharbour Suns 16.17-113 to 9.5-59.
The victory was secured by goals to Rhys Arnold (three), Joe Brassil (three), Max Hughes (three), Jack Boxsell, Andrew Lee, James Phillips, Mathew Ganderton, Nathan Thomas, Charlie Rodden and James McDonald - with Adriaan Toms, Luke McCann, Blake Munilla and Tom Nichols also producing strong performances.
Elsewhere in the men's premier division, Figtree outlasted Wollongong Lions 16.15-111 to 5.10-40, while the Wollongong Bulldogs ended the Northern Districts' finals chances, by defeating them 16.12-108 to 8.8-56.
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In the women's premier division, Geoff Gibbs' Tigers secured second spot on the ladder by edging out the Wollongong Lions 4.7-31 to 2.5-17.
Majors were kicked by Sarah Currie, Rhianna Nelson, Katie Sargent and Lily Macdonald, as India Patmore, Grace Hughes, Brooke Swankie and Jaimi-Lee Gibbs also starred.
In other women's premier division fixtures, Lions ousted the Power 5.8-38 to 5.5-35 and Wollongong Saints demolished Norths 16.8-104 to 1.2-8.
The final game at the Nowra Showground on Saturday also saw the Tigers division one men's side breakthrough for their first victory in 2020, by downing the Wollongong Lions 11.15-81 to 6.5-41.
Matthew Hickmott (four), Justin Weller (two), Jacob Wright, Lockie Bailey, John Ulrick, Jeremy Owens and Lachlan Price all got on the scoresheet for the hosts, as Tyler Dunstan, Morgan Murphy Knight and Jacob Howard were standouts.
Elsewhere in division one, the Nowra-Albatross Vikings thumped the Kiama Power 17.18-120 to 0.1-1, thanks to four goals from Tristan Wisniewski - to secure the first minor premiership in the merged club's history.
As a result, all three of the aforementioned divisions head into semi-final action this Saturday.
In the premier men's Figtree plays Lions in a replay of last year's decider at North Dalton Park and Bulldogs host Kiama at Keira Oval.
While in the premier women, Saints take on the Power at North Dalton Park and Bomaderry battles Bulldogs at the Nowra Showground.
Finally, in division one men, Figtree plays Bulldogs at Keira Oval and the Vikings entertain Ulladulla at West Street Oval.
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