Coleambally book a second semi-final berth with convincing win over The Rock-Yerong Creek

By Peter Doherty
Updated August 20 2016 - 8:20pm, first published 8:00pm
DESPERATE DEFENCE: Coleambally's Carl Pound with a clearing kick in front of TRYC's Aiden Ridley (right), as oppposing ruckmen Josh Hamilton and Josh Meiselbach remain entangled after a contest at Gumly Oval on Saturday. Picture: Les Smith
DESPERATE DEFENCE: Coleambally's Carl Pound with a clearing kick in front of TRYC's Aiden Ridley (right), as oppposing ruckmen Josh Hamilton and Josh Meiselbach remain entangled after a contest at Gumly Oval on Saturday. Picture: Les Smith

With a performance built on pressure and belief, Coleambally’s premiership campaign is back on track as they booked a spot in next Sunday’s second semi-final with an upset win over The Rock-Yerong Creek.

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