Coleambally’s Dean Pound takes down East Wagga-Kooringal’s lead goal-scorer Marc Geppert on Saturday. Picture: Les SmithTEMORAhave securedthree wins in a row, a season-first, defeating Charles Sturt University26.13(169) to5.3(33) at Peter Hastie Ovalon Saturday.
This follows the Kangaroos’ landmark victory over the The Rock-Yerong Creek last week, and decisive winover the Northern Jets in round 12.
“We’reheaded in right direction,” Temora coach Christin Macri said.
Temora established a strong lead in the first three quarters, moving the ball quickly totheirforwards who positioned themselves in close proximity to goal before capitalising.
Thanks to “good supply”Temora’s best player of the gameMatt Harpley kicked 10 goals.
“The real test will come next week when we play North Wagga,” Macri said.
10.4, 16.5, 23.10, 26.13(169)
Charles Sturt University
0.1, 3.3, 4.3, 5.3(33)
Goals:(Temora)Matt Harpley 10, Robert Krause 3, Rory Block 2, Matthew Wallis 2, Jackson Wheeler, Robert Grant,Jacob Turner, Dominic Joyce,Jason Reid, Colby Poole, Robert Drummond, Christopher Stacey,Damien Ponting; (CSU)Thomas Jeffery 2, Samual Balding, Tennyson Vance, Dylan McPhail
Best:(Temora)Matt Harpley, RoryBlock, Damien Ponting, Zac Wiencke, Chris Block, Robert Grant; (CSU)Tennyson Vance, Jack O’Donnell, Dylan McPhail, Jack Egan, Isaac Roebuck, Joshua Ford
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