Sharp skills shown

Southern Riverina news - - LOCAL CLASSIES -

Fin­ley’s Lily Sharp was among the Mur­ray Bushrangers lead­ing dis­pos­als in their 27 point loss to the Calder Can­nons in round five of the NAB League girls com­pe­ti­tion on Saturday.

Sharp racked up 11 touches in­clud­ing six kicks and two be­hinds plus three tack­les.

Fel­low Fin­ley Wild­cat premier­ship play­ers Hay­ley Doohan and Mikayla Jones also played their part.

Jones fin­ished with one goal and nine dis­pos­als while Doohan had six touches down back.

The Can­nons jumped Mur­ray early kicking 19 points to noth­ing in the first quar­ter. De­spite set­tling the Bushrangers couldn’t keep up.

Fi­nal score Calder 9.7 (61) to Mur­ray 5.4 (34).

Mur­ray are on the road again this week to play Oak­leigh Charg­ers at War­rawee Park.

Fin­ley’s Theodora Miaoudis had a quiet afternoon for the Bendigo Pi­o­neers with just three kicks on the day.

The Pi­o­neers had no trouble through­out the game how­ever, win­ning 8.15 (63) to Gipp­s­land 0.1 (1).

Bendigo hosts the Dan­de­nong Stringrays this Sun­day.

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