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Eeny, meeny and miny Mo-ama front the show

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June 12, 2018

MOAMA have been calling for consistency.

But they already have that in their forward line.

In fact, it’s their strongest area.

In Moama’s important win in round 10, the shining lights of the game were its three forwards.

Angus Grigg, Tyler Jones and Rhys Archard combined for 13 of their team’s 15 goals.

But this is nothing new.

In fact, these three have been the keys to Moama’s goal kicking all year.

Moama have put 94 goals on the board in the first 10 rounds this season (including a bye for nine games).

Of those 94 goals, the combination of Grigg, Jones and Archard have combined to kick 51 goals.

That’s just over 54 per cent of the goals kicked this season.

That 54 per cent mark also doesn’t change at all.

Whether it’s a win or a loss, they are still kicking 54 per cent of the goals.

For the record, most of that is coming from Angus Grigg.

In his return to his former club, the key forward has kicked 22 goals this season.

That’s roughly one in every four goals his side has kicked, a tally that has him currently 10th in the competition’s leading goal kicker tally.

Jones is next best on 17 goals, while Archard, who didn’t kick a goal until round seven, is playing catch up to his teammates with 10 goals in four games.

R1 — Echuca United: Grigg (4), Jones (3). Moama (7).

R2 — Nathalia: Grigg (2). Moama (2).

R3 — Mulwala: Grigg (1), Jones (1). Moama (6).

R4 — Finley: Grigg (3), Jones (1). Moama (8).

R5 — Bye.

R6 — Katandra: Jones (5), Grigg (3). Moama (18).

R7 — Rumbalara: Archard (2), Grigg (2). Moama (13).

R8 — Barooga: Archard (1), Grigg (1), Jones (1). Moama (7).

R9 — Congupna: Archard (3), Grigg (3), Jones (1). Moama (12).

R10 — Tongala: Jones (6), Archard (4), Grigg (3). Moama (15).

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