THE 2020 Football South Coast season will be one the Gerringong Breakers always remember after they claimed their inaugural league championship at the weekend.
Their senior men's side, coached by Andy Lockard, moved five points clear on top of the ladder, with just one round remaining, after defeating South Coast United 8-2 at Gerry Emery Oval on Monday.
"The first grade league championship is a reward for all the Breakers' families hard work and dedication," Lockard said.
"The players have shown outstanding commitment to win the league, in such an unusual season.
"The league championship is a sign the club is headed in the right direction, providing a pathway for our juniors."
The Breakers will wrap up their community league division one regular season on Saturday when they travel to Lindsay Mayne Oval to face South Coast United.
Following that fixture, the club will start their finals series.
"We will now focus on getting everyone ready for a tilt at the grand final," Lockard, who's reserve grade side will also be playing finals, said.
In more good news for the club, the club's women's team need just one point from their final round clash to secure the division four league championship.
The Breakers, who sit on 33 points, travel to Harry Graham Park on Sunday to face third-placed Figtree, while second-placed Dapto Phoenix (31) play Albion Park at Terry Reserve.
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