Corryong find form in big Upper Murray league win over Border-Walwa

CORRYONG isn’t back to its best form.

Corryong and Border-Walwa players shake hands after the final siren at Walwa on Saturday. Picture: DEB HARRAP

Corryong and Border-Walwa players shake hands after the final siren at Walwa on Saturday. Picture: DEB HARRAP

But Demon coach Evan Nicholas believes the reigning premier is heading in the right direction after defeating Border-Walwa by 122 points at Walwa on Saturday.

Dangerous forwards Jarrod Williams and Mitch Harris were on fire in attack with 11 goals between them while Danny Demarte turned back the clock with three.

Kyle McNamara and John Anderson also stepped up as Corryong recorded its second victory in four rounds.

Border-Walwa had triers in Clint Edwards, Jesse Howard, Lowan O'Connor and Jaidyn Hampton.

Bullioh proved too strong for Cudgewa, winning by 56 points.

The Bulldogs did all the damage in the opening quarter when Ben Commins, Dustin Moffatt and Leo Nicolson were allowed to dictate.

Kade Small, Mitch Pynappels, Morgan Klippel and Jake Vinge battled gamely from that point.

Leading goalkicker Zac Burhop was the best forward on the ground with five majors.

Federal blitzed Tumbarumba by 84 points at Corryong.

Locky Davis and Tim Seymour did the bulk of the damage while Hayden Tyrell created plenty of problems in attack with four majors.

Tumbarumba’s Luke and Ryan Kirkwood starred for the Roos.

The pair have been in fine touch since switching to the Upper Murray league and shape as key figures in the club’s bid to crack a victory.