Tigers run riot after break

Gundagai put on a second half masterclass to set up a clash with minor premiers Southcity on Sunday for a place in the grand final.
Nanjing Night Net

The scores were locked at 10-all at half-time between Gundagai and Junee at Anzac Park on Sunday before the Tigers roared into action.

They scored five tries to one in the second stanza and will now travel to Wagga looking to return to the Group Nine grand final.

Despite a 34-16 win over the third ranked team in the competition, injured captain-coach James Smart is looking for his team to be more polishedin the showdown between the two premiership favourites.

“We need to be better,” Smart said.

Tigers run riot after break BIG COLLISON: In his return to Gundagai, Cameron Woo meets Junee front rower Will Merritt with plenty of force at Anzac Park on Sunday. Pictures: Les Smith

PAINFUL END: Gundagai winger Phil Latu was stretchered off after dislocating his kneecap while saving a try in the Tigers qualifying semi-final win.

READY TO UNLEASH: Junee centre Peter Little tries to get the ball free before being brought down by Dane O’Hehir on Sunday.

TRY TIME: Cameron Hands threw two dummies and broke through two tackles to give Junee an early lead against Gundagai at Anzac Park.

Vincent Brown powers into Junee defensive line.

Peter Little tries to push off Phil Latu.

Cameron Hands zooms through Vincent Brown’s clutches.

James Luff goes in low to bring down Pat Guthrie in Gundagai’s win over Junee in the Group Nine qualifying final at Anzac Park on Sunday.

Tom Brandon celebrates with Daniel Foley after scoring Junee’s first try.

Dylan Cole stretches out to score an important try for Gundagai.

Dane O’Hehir steps past rival fullback Daniel Foley.

Will Merritt gets meet in a tackle by Damian Willis.

Pat Sagigi looks to get away from a Gundagai defender.

Dylan Cole tries to break out of Tom Brandon’s attempted tackle.

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