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Momentum builds for Tigers as finals near

OUT AND AWAY: Wagga Tigers’ Pat O’Connell pounces on the ball as Coolamon’s Matt McGowan grabs opponent Nick Ryan. Picture: Kieren L TillyA DOMINANT opening half ensured Wagga Tigers were never troubled on their way to an 89-point victory over Coolamon on Sunday.
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Tigers ensured they are on target to hit finals football full of running with an impressive win over the Hoppers, 18.15 (123) to 5.4 (34) at Kindra Park.

Tigers ran in 10 consecutive goals from late in the opening term to half-time in a 35-minute period that broke the backs of a young Hoppers team.

Tigers led by a whopping 75 points at half-time but Coolamon fought a lot harder to minimise the damage after the break.

Ultimately, Tigers running game and superior ball movement proved the difference as John Buchanan (six goals) and Brady Morton (four goals) capitalised on some slick work up the ground.

Wagga Tigers captain-coach Shaun Campbell was satisfied to come away with the points at his first trip to Kindra Park.

“That was a big win out here, the club hasn’t won out here for a few years so we’re happy with that,” Campbell said.

“We started well, and that was a big emphasis.

“We kicked short, honoured the lead, and we seem to play good footy when we work together.”

Tigers sit two games clear, plus considerable percentage, on top of the ladder with just two rounds remaining.

The win seals the minor premiership for Tigers and will give them the first week of finals off, after games against Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong and Griffith.

“Lucky for us our games get harder as we go,” he said.

“We’ve got Ganmain and Griffith so our run home is good.

“We’re starting to get blokes playing in the some positions, a bit of continuity in our game so it’s good.”

Tigers had good players all over the park.

Dale Walker provided plenty of run and drive from centre-half-back.

Jackson Kelly gave Tigers plenty of spark whenever he found the football, while Campbell, Jim Carroll and Jacob Osbeiston won plenty of the ball through the midfield.

In further good news for Tigers, key defender John Anstee is expected back for their final home and away game against Griffith.

Key forward Rob Tuohey is also set to test his injured ankle out on the same weekend.

Coolamon did not have many winners on the day but coach Matt Hard would have been happy with their effort after half-time.

The Hoppers kicked three goals to two in the third term, and then restricted Tigers to just four scoring shots in the final term.

Joel Dalton kicked four of Coolamon’s five goals, while Mitch McKelvie, Matt McGowan and Ryan Chamberlain battled hard throughout.

Coolamon finish the season with games against Turvey Park and MCUE.

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