ML | Tigers do double over Hawks

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Under pressure: Izac Artavilla looks to win the ball. Photo: Leonie Bourke Photo by Leonie Bourke

Cobram was simply too strong for Barooga on Saturday afternoon, producing two big wins at the Barooga Recreation Reserve.

The Tigers took out both the senior football and A-grade netball round 10 Murray League match-ups, with the visitors too strong across the grass and the courts.

In the football, Cobram flexed its muscles, running out 23.13 (151) to 5.3 (33) winners.

Still to lose a game, the Tigers have beaten every side in their path so far this year and there was no love lost between the local rivals.

On the move: Cobram’s Luca Allen on the run (Photo by Leonie Bourke). Photo by Leonie Bourke

Adam De Cicco ran rampant for the visitors, scoring six goals along with being named the Tigers best on, while Tyron Baden and Samuel Beasley joined him in the bests.

For Barooga, Riley Gow, Daniel Johnston and Kris Bextream were the top three performers in what was a tough day on the track.

In the A-grade netball Cobram secured its second win of the season, inflicting a 13-goal loss to the Hawks.

The 38-25 result was an impressive one for the Tigers and Fran Redman’s side will be ecstatic with the well rounded victory.

Next week Cobram’s senior sides will welcome Mulwala to the Scott Oval, while Barooga will travel to Tongala.

Big achievement: Cobram’s Eamon Hyde will represent Victoria later this year. Photo by Supplied

In other big news for Cobram, young gun Eamon Hyde has been selected for the Victorian 12-and-under state side.

Hyde will travel to Adelaide later this year to represent the state at the Australian Carnival.