Gundagai hit back to keep Tumut pointless

Courtney Rees
By Courtney Rees
Updated May 9 2022 - 12:49am, first published May 8 2022 - 9:00am
ON THE CHARGE: Nathan Rose runs over the top of opposite number Dean Bristow in Gundagai's win over Tumut on Sunday. Picture: Les Smith

Clashes between Gundagai and Tumut are never for the faint of heart but it was the Tigers who had too much class to make it two wins from as many games to start the season.

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Courtney Rees

Courtney Rees

Sports journalist

Courtney is a sports journalist from The Daily Advertiser focusing on Group Nine, Southern Inland, cricket, harness racing and greyhound racing.