Deniliquin's open boys and girls footy sides weren't up to the standard of rival Finley on Tuesday this week, with the visitors winning all six of their games.May 16, 2014 3:35am
Finley High School dominated the open CHS football knockout at the Hardinge St Oval on Tuesday.
The rival school won all six of its matches at the gala day, which saw boys and girls teams from Deniliquin, Finley, Barham and Hay playing against each other.
The Deni boys lost their first game to Finley by just one point before beating Hay and then losing to Barham.
Just like their boys team, Finley’s girls also went through undefeated, while the Deni girls couldn’t snatch a win from their three outings.
Both Finley teams will now go on to the next level of competition.
The next day of school footy at the Hardinge St Oval will be May 27 with boys and girls teams from under-14s up to under-16s going head-to-head.
The match of the day will be the under-15s Swan Shield contest between Finley and Barham.
Deni’s Swan Shield team has already moved onto the next round because Hay War Memorial High School was unable to field a side.
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