GALLERY: Sporting action from around the region March 10, 2014, 2:27 p.m.Tweet Print Story Photos from sports fields around the NSW South-East. GALLERY: Sporting action from around the region EDEN: Members of the Eden Women’s Bowling Club used lawn bowls to spell out the number 50 during the club’s 50th anniversary celebrations on Friday. KIAMA: Oak Flats’ Michael Arblaster eases the ball away for runs during his side’s South Coast T20 final. Picture: DAVID HALL Oak Flats opener Kieran Gray goes over the top during Sunday’s T20 final where he scored 68 after earlier in the day scoring a century in the semi-final. Picture: DAVID HALL BEGA: The Bega Bombers AFL squad has split in to five groups to raise funds and awareness for different charities. PAMBULA: The Bulldogs have been let off the chain and the ever-popular league-tag team, the Hotdoggies, are ready to run. Enjoying a training session at Pambula Beach recently are the Hotdoggies with coaches Vic Halfpenny (front, second from left) and Bernie Maher (front right). EDEN: Part of the large crowd on hand for the presentation of the $40,000 Eden fishing competition. BATEMANS BAY: Corey McAlpin plays a cover drive against Bomaderry at Hanging Rock Oval on Saturday. MERIMBULA: Alister French sails the Slippery Banana to victory during a Wallagoot Lake Boat Club meet on the weekend. KIAMA: Kerrod White in action during Saturday’s Summers T20 final. Picture: DAVID HALL BROULEE: Dylan Appelqvist of Canberra won his third consecutive opens title at the Broulee Bay to Breakers Ocean Swim on Sunday. ULLADULLA: Taking part in a come and try netball day on Saturday as part of a focus on women in sport are (back) Tammy Walker, Patricia White, Sarah Wheeler, Kylie Robison, Elsie Foster and community development officer Jody Quinnell, with (front) Ivy Oldfield, Evie Staples and Zoe Purser. BROULEE: Tathra Wharf to Waves was the first woman to cross the line in the open’s division at the Broulee Bay to Breakers Ocean Swim. NAROOMA: Narooma Blue Water Dragons put aside regatta duties for their annual labour of love - cleaning up Forsters Bay during Clean Up Australia week. KIAMA: Picton Rangers Chris Hill gives the Kiama defence the slip. Picture: ALBEY BOND ULLADULLA: Wendy Obrien enjoys her first attempt at bowls at the Milton Ulladulla Women’s Bowling Club on Sunday. NAROOMA: Xavier Ridgely showed off his new socks and soccer skills at the Redbacks Welcome Day. Photo by Luke Seaman KIAMA: Picton Rangers Damien Counter and Kiama’s Keegan Berringer battle for the ball during the Rangers 5-2 win. Picture: ALBEY BOND ULLADULLA: The senior men’s Cronulla crew came through in second place in the open men’s longcourse division during the weekend’s Outrigger Canoe Marathon State Titles held at Ulladulla. MERIMBULA: The selected Imlay Bombers junior AFL team which will travel to compete in regional carnivals after trials last week. NAROOMA: Narooma Public School swimmers Summa, Ella, Roxy and Milaina are off to the State PSSA Swimming Championships. BERMAGUI: After morning tea, the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers walked back to town via Bermagui Point, then on to the sculptures displayed above the beach and on Point Dickinson. NAROOMA: Narooma Sporting and Services Club croquet player Alex Nitsche after his “Ripley’s Believe It Or Not” Play. TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story GALLERY: Sporting action from around the region first appeared on Bay Post-Moruya Examiner.