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Bulldogs avoid spoon with victory

A breakaway try from Matt Forsyth with just seconds leftwas just enough to secure Cootamundra victory and avoid the wooden spoon.
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Matt Forsyth scored the game-winning try, his third, as Cootamundra ended Temora’s season with a loss.

Forsyth pounced on a Temora mistake 50 metres out from his try line to see the Bulldogs run out 36-32 winnersat Les Boyd Oval on Sunday.

Captain-coach Simon Vanzanten thought the result was a welcomed reward for the club who has struggled for players in the last month.

“It is a great reward for all the young fellas and all the players in the last couple of weeks who have played seniors for us when we have been really short,” Vanzanten said.

“You even noticed when they went back to their own age just how much confidence they had and how confidence they got from playing with the senior boys.”

The game ebbed and flowed with the Bulldogs dominant for periods but Temora continually hanging on.

Cootamundra led 12-6 after 10 minutes before the teams went try for try.

After taking a 18-12 lead into the break, Cootamundra went out to a 32-22 lead with 10 minutes remaining whena perfectly executed chipkick out wide from Pat Cameron saw Jarryd Cook cross in the corner for his second try and gave the Bulldogs a 32-22 lead with just ten minutes to go.

Their lead was short lived, with the Dragons scoring twice in the last 10 minutes to lock things up at 32-all, butCootamundra wasn’t to be denied a special derby win.

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