Riverina footballers led the way as Greater Western Sydney (GWS) kept their AFL premiership dream alive on Saturday night.
The Giants ended the season of crosstown rivals Sydney Swans with an emphatic 49-point victory at the SCG.
In a proud night for Australian rules in the region, Riverina footballers led the charge for the Giants.
Wagga’s Harry Himmelberg again stood tall on the big stage with two goals, nine marks and 23 possessions.
Narrandera’s Zac Williams made a brilliant return to AFL football, picking up 23 disposals, while Leeton’s Jacob Hopper continued a fine season with 26 possessions and five tackles.
Collingullie’s Harry Perryman also put in a faultless display in his first final.
Despite losing, Wagga’s Harry Cunningham was close to the Swans’ best with 25 touches.