THE Gerringong Breakers have roared back into form, defeating the Culburra Cougars 2-1, on the road, in the weekend’s top of the table clash.
COLLISON: Gerringong’s Joel Lockard is knocked over by Culburra’s Simon Watts in Saturday’s clash at Culburra Oval. Photo: DAMIAN McGILL
The hosts at Culburra Oval opened the scoring throughGui Danielewisczafter 20 minutes, before Breakers’Rhyley Foenander equalised, 10 minutes before the break.
“I thought it was a fair result to go into the break equal at 1-all,” said Gerringong coach Craig Farquhar.
“In the second half, both teams had chances to win but no one could find the back of the net.
“But with five minutes to go, we earned a penalty afterFoenander was taken down in the boxby their defender, earning us a penalty that Gary VIan slotted to seal the win.
“I thoughtFoenander was awesome for us, as were centre-backs Alex Bayer andRob Fanks, keeper Joel Lockard and of course, Gary Vian.
“I’m pleased the boys responded the way they did and respected the opposition.
“It’s a win we needed and hopefully we can push on to the minor-premiership from here.”
Elsewhere in round 16 action, Huskisson and Bomaderry drew 4-all, Manyana defeated Basin 1-nil, whileShoalhaven Heads and Milton drew nil-all.Illaroo andUnited had the bye.
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