The South Coast hosted a massive lot of local rugby league games over the weekend, with the scene now set across mutiple grades for grand final day on Sunday September 11.
In the Group 16 Women’s League Tag the Tathra She Eagles moved into next weeks grand final with a 24-18 win over the Bega Chicks.
Louise Strachan scored twice in the first six minutes to give Tathra a red-hot start.
The She Eagles finshed with five tries to Bega’s three but the Roosters Facebook page was all class after the loss.
“Huge shout out to our League tag girls on a fantastic effort today, unfortunately we aren’t going through to the grand final, although our Chicks made us proud and they showed amazing heart.”
“To the Bombala High Heelers and the Tathra She-Eagles we wish you both good luck next weekend in the grand final.”
The Merimbula-Pambula Bulldogs scored a comfortable 42-10 win over the Cooma Stallions in the Under 18’s.
Kai Holt crossed the line for two tries while Jordan Mallard converted 7 from 7 in an impressive kicking display.
In a physical reserve grade final, the Snowy River Bears defeated the Tathra Sea Eagles 32 to 24.
While a thrilling first grade match was held at McKay Park on Sunday with the Tathra Sea Eagles moving into the grand final with a 31-21 win over the Bombala Blue Heelers.
Bombala scored first but the Sea Eagles hit back as Ty Dowdle Crossed the line at the 11 minute mark, with Tathra scoring two more tries before half time.
The game was hard fought in the second half and went into extra time with the scores locked at 21-all at the end of normal time before Tathra claimed victory with 2 tries in extra time.
The grand finals will be played at the Bega Rec Ground next Sunday (September 11) stating at 9:30am.
Women’s League Tag
Bombala High Heelers v Tathra She Eagles
Batemans Bay Tigers v Merimbula -Pambula Bulldogs
The Bombala Blue Heelers v the Snowy River Bears
Bega Roosters v (the reigning premiers) the Tathra Sea Eagles
Image: Meghan Whitford, Melissa Gray