Season ends on a high

The 2017 Canowindra Tigers pictured ahead of Saturday's match.
The 2017 Canowindra Tigers pictured ahead of Saturday's match.

A second-half blitz has piloted the Canowindra Tigers to victory in the club’s final game of the 2017 Woodbridge Cup season.

The Tigers piled on 34 points to 12 after the break at Tom Clyburn Oval on Saturday, clinching a 44-22 round 18 victory.

The result marks the end of the season for Canowindra who finished eighth with six wins and nine losses.

On Saturday, both teams spent the final 10 minutes with 11 men on the park after punches were thrown at about the 70 minute mark.

Marika Kirkoroivai was Canowindra's best in Sunday's victory against Eugowra.

Marika Kirkoroivai was Canowindra's best in Sunday's victory against Eugowra.

Two players were sent from the field while another pair received 10 minutes in the bin.

Canowindra was given the penalty following the interruption, but it was the visitors who posted next points courtesy of a clever kick and a brilliant chase which reduced the deficit to 18-16.

A late flurry of tries catapulted the Tigers to a comfortable 44-22 victory, capped off with a try and conversion to Joshua Blake on the full-time siren.

Marika Kirkoroivai starred scoring two tries and kicking multiple goals while Callum Clyburn was devastating in attack, causing drama for Eugowra’s defence throughout the 80 minutes.

Three points went to Marika, two to Clyburn and one point to Jayden Brown, Dan Middleton and Brodie Friend.

Mick Clyburn picked up the players’ player award.

In the day’s lower grade fixtures, league tag was defeated 40-4 and youth league emerged winners in a tight clash resulting in an 18-16 scoreline.