Cows come home in style against Bowral

Leighton Cowley offloads to Jacob Riwai-Couch while Mick Kauter backs up on the inside during Kiama Cows' big won over Bowral. Picture: LINDA FAIERS

Leighton Cowley offloads to Jacob Riwai-Couch while Mick Kauter backs up on the inside during Kiama Cows' big won over Bowral. Picture: LINDA FAIERS

ALTHOUGH the weather was bleak at Kiama Showground, both rugby teams came away with solid wins against Bowral.

First grade ran into a strong southerly in the first half but built up a hard fought 26-0 advantage.

Jacob Riwai-Couch got the forward momentum going, with number eight Leighton Cowley making some huge breaks. Andrew Sulter was prominent with some bone-jarring head-on tackles. Mick Kauter showed his attacking flair with some super off-loads.

Club stalwart Stewie Parmeter played a prominent role in the second stanza with astute grubber kicking and line-busting charges resulting in five-pointers. Matt Cook was solid at the back, but again, although Kiama had the upper hand they missed a considerable number of clear scoring chances.

Benny Wade notched the quadrella and Ben King Gee piloted over some top conversions in the swirling conditions, bringing the score to a comfortable 43-0 win over a gallant Bowral.

Kiama Seconds ran riot against a hapless Bowral winning 64-19.

The Kiama forwards rampaged through the opposing pack to set up numerous attacking raids.

Wise Suka had a field day, scoring four tries, and was ably backed up by Ryan Williams bagging a double.

Both Kiama teams need wins to consolidate semi-final aspirations and the Kiama Rugger Ball is on at the Pavilion after the games. Make a booking by calling Al on 4232 3528.

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