THE Bomaderry Tigers celebrated Luke McCann's 300th game for the club in fashion on Friday night, by smashing crosstown rivals Nowra-Albatross 17.10-112 to 2.5-17.
McCann, who is just the second player in club history to achieve the milestone, and his Tigers kicked five first-quarter goals to two at West Street Oval, to lead 32-13 at quarter-time.
That would prove to be the only two goals the hosts kicked all night, as the Tigers added two more majors in the second, five in the third and five in the last, to run out 95-point winners.
Goal-kickers in the victory were Matt Polman (four), Max Hughes (three), Gavin Costain (two), Jacob Wright, Ryan Kelly, Jake Satchell, Andrew Ellis, Sean Byrne, James Phillips, Adriaan Toms and Tyler Dunstan.
Starring for the Tigers in the AFL South Coast division one men's clash were Byrne, Phillips, Dunstan, Polman, Kelly and Siwa Harvey-Aziz.
While Joseph McDonald, Mark Bignell and Caleb Sutton were lone bright spots for the hosts.
Bomaderry's other team to take to the field this weekend was their women's premier side, who lost 10.8-68 to 0.0-0 to Northern Districts at Myimbarr Oval.
In the defeat, Lily Macdonald, Sophia Wall, Rhianna Nelson, Rose Hughes, Katie Sargent and Brooke Swankie did all they could.
Elsewhere in the women's premiers division, the Wollongong Bulldogs smashed the Figtree Saints 9.4-58 to 2.7-19, while Wollongong Lions edged Kiama 3.3-21 to 3.1-19.
In the men's premier division, the Bulldogs downed the Kangaroos 7.18-60 to 5.11-41, Lions defeated the Power 10.10-70 to 8.13-61 and Shellharbour thrashed Norths 20.13-133 to 4.11-35.
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