second Division

 

MONARO COMPETITION - SECOND DIVISION

Welcome to the 2015 season!

2014 Finals Sum-up

We would like to congratulate the 2014 Grand Final winners, Taralga Tigers who defeated the Crookwell Dogs 32-12 to claim the Monaro 2nd Division Championship on Saturday 6th September 2014.

Both clubs had a massive supporter base which was evident by the crowd that turned out to Memorial Park, 

In a tight first half it was the Tigers who came out on top leading 13-6 thanks to back to back tries. With the home ground advantage, Crookwell struck back early in the 2nd half to reduce the score to 13-9, before a Taralga try took the score to 18-9. With the clock winding down, the Dogs got within 6 points thanks to another penalty, but sadly that were as close as the got as Taralga ran in two converted tries to put the game out of the Dogs reach.

Taralga's Vice Captain Ben Marmont was named the Hahn Super Dry Player of the Match, impressively scoring a hat-trick helping secure his teams win.

Taralga 32 (Tries; B.Marmont 3, T. Crokwe & B. Seaman – Con; J. Croker – PG; J. Croker) defeated Crookwell 12 ( PG; A. Nolan 4).

Player of the Match – Ben Marmon (Taralga)

2014 Final Series Results
Major Semi Final
 - Crookwell Dogs(2) 23 defeated Taralga Tigers (1) 17 @ Taralga
Minor Semi Final - Jindabyne Bushpigs(3) 35 defeated Bungendore Mudchooks(4) 27 @ Jindabyne
Preliminary Final - Taralga Tigers(1) 34 defeated Jindabyne Bushpigs(3) 24 @ Taralga

 

CLUBS:
Boorowa
Bungendore
Crookwell
Jindabyne
Taralga

 

                          




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