Sharp skills shown

By Southern Riverina News

Finley’s Lily Sharp was among the Murray Bushrangers leading disposals in their 27 point loss to the Calder Cannons in round five of the NAB League girls competition on Saturday.

Sharp racked up 11 touches including six kicks and two behinds plus three tackles.

Fellow Finley Wildcat premiership players Hayley Doohan and Mikayla Jones also played their part.

Jones finished with one goal and nine disposals while Doohan had six touches down back.

The Cannons jumped Murray early kicking 19 points to nothing in the first quarter. Despite settling the Bushrangers couldn’t keep up.

Final score Calder 9.7 (61) to Murray 5.4 (34).

Murray are on the road again this week to play Oakleigh Chargers at Warrawee Park.

Finley’s Theodora Miaoudis had a quiet afternoon for the Bendigo Pioneers with just three kicks on the day.

The Pioneers had no trouble throughout the game however, winning 8.15 (63) to Gippsland 0.1 (1).

Bendigo hosts the Dandenong Stringrays this Sunday.