The second-last round the Eurobodalla Football Association’s regular season was played in wet conditions on Sunday as teams battled it out for remaining finals positions.
THE second-last round the Eurobodalla Football Association’s regular season was played in wet conditions on Sunday as teams battled it out for remaining finals positions.
One all age ladies game was played on Sunday between Clyde United and Narooma at Surfside.
Clyde put six into the back of the net while Narooma managed a single goal.
Bodalla forfeited to Batemans Bay.
The race for the minor premiership will come down to the final round clash between Clyde United and Moruya Swans.
Clyde and Moruya sit on equal competitionpoints but Clyde has an unassailable 20-point goal difference margin.
Moruya will have to win Sunday’s clash at home to claim the title as Clyde would claim the title with a draw.
The all age men’s minor premiership was sealed by Clyde United last week and the club continued its winning ways with a 3-nil win against third-placed Bodalla at Surfside.
Club counterparts Clyde Eagles will miss the finals but nabbed their second win of the season beating Moruya Blue 4-nil at Gundary Oval.
The second-placed Moruya Swans kept Batemans Bay scoreless and put three in the back of the net to seal a major semi-final appearance.
Cobargo forfeited to Broulee. Broulee could steal third place from Bodalla if results fall their way this weekend.
Moruya Blue, the youth boys’ minor premiers, beat Bodalla 2-nil at Bodalla while Clyde United and Moruya Swans played a goalless draw.
The result sealed Clyde’s fate as Moruya Blue, Moruya Swans, Bodalla and Narooma will play in the finals.
In the youth girls competition the frontrunners, Moruya Swans, were knocked off by second-ranked Narooma/Bodalla 4-1 and Broulee beat Clyde United 2-1.
Batemans Bay had a bye but won’t be able to make the finals regardless of results in the final round.