GALLERY: Sporting action from around the region

KIAMA: Kiama Under-10s Blake Mackrell drives. Picture: DAVID HALL
KIAMA: Kiama Under-10s Blake Mackrell drives. Picture: DAVID HALL
MORUYA: Blake Smith is one of seven South East Academy of Sport scholarship holders for 2014 hockey program. Photo: Sam Strong

MORUYA: Blake Smith is one of seven South East Academy of Sport scholarship holders for 2014 hockey program. Photo: Sam Strong

BATEMANS BAY: Batemans Bay’s Warren Potts has been selected to play for the Oztag world champion Australian Indigenous senior’s mixed side at the Oceania Cup in Auckland. Photo: Sam Strong

BATEMANS BAY: Batemans Bay’s Warren Potts has been selected to play for the Oztag world champion Australian Indigenous senior’s mixed side at the Oceania Cup in Auckland. Photo: Sam Strong

KIAMA: Action during last Saturday’s 42nd annual Kiama Rugby 7s. Pictures: DAVID HALL

KIAMA: Action during last Saturday’s 42nd annual Kiama Rugby 7s. Pictures: DAVID HALL

HUSKISSON: Noosa Heads’ Pete Jacobs was first to cross the finish line in the Huskisson Triathlon long course on Sunday. Photo: HAYLEY WARDEN

HUSKISSON: Noosa Heads’ Pete Jacobs was first to cross the finish line in the Huskisson Triathlon long course on Sunday. Photo: HAYLEY WARDEN

GERRINGONG: Warilla Kookas Ben Cohen lines up a drive during his innings against Gerringong-Jamberoo on Saturday. Picture: DAVID HALL

GERRINGONG: Warilla Kookas Ben Cohen lines up a drive during his innings against Gerringong-Jamberoo on Saturday. Picture: DAVID HALL

TUROSS: Denise Lidbury (Skip) Doreen Monks ,Kay McLeod and Lorraine Bird won the open section of the Far South Coast District Women’s Bowling Association Fours competition at Bodalla Bowling Club on Friday.

TUROSS: Denise Lidbury (Skip) Doreen Monks ,Kay McLeod and Lorraine Bird won the open section of the Far South Coast District Women’s Bowling Association Fours competition at Bodalla Bowling Club on Friday.

GERRINGONG: Gerringong-Jamberoo opening bowler Angus Skorulis in action during Saturday’s clash with Warilla Kookas. Picture: DAVID HALL

GERRINGONG: Gerringong-Jamberoo opening bowler Angus Skorulis in action during Saturday’s clash with Warilla Kookas. Picture: DAVID HALL

DALMENY: : Dalmeny bowlers Ray Dunbar and Peter Pisanos were the winners of the District Senior Pairs recently.

DALMENY: : Dalmeny bowlers Ray Dunbar and Peter Pisanos were the winners of the District Senior Pairs recently.

GERRINGONG: Aggressive Warilla Kooka opening batsman Scott Peachman who scored a hard-hitting 32 against Gerringong-Jamberoo. Picture: DAVID HALL

GERRINGONG: Aggressive Warilla Kooka opening batsman Scott Peachman who scored a hard-hitting 32 against Gerringong-Jamberoo. Picture: DAVID HALL

KIAMA: Albion Park under-10s Zane Mitchell bowls on Saturday under the close eye of coach Warren Campion. Picture: DAVID HALL

KIAMA: Albion Park under-10s Zane Mitchell bowls on Saturday under the close eye of coach Warren Campion. Picture: DAVID HALL

NOWRA: : Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s Lain Beckett took 7/18 against Berry-Shoalhaven Heads in the Shoalhaven District Cricket Association’s first grade competition on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

NOWRA: : Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s Lain Beckett took 7/18 against Berry-Shoalhaven Heads in the Shoalhaven District Cricket Association’s first grade competition on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

KIAMA: Kiama Under-10s Joel Spain keeps a close eye on the ball on Saturday. Picture: DAVID HALL

KIAMA: Kiama Under-10s Joel Spain keeps a close eye on the ball on Saturday. Picture: DAVID HALL

NAROOMA : Narooma netballers from left Georgie Brown, Melanie Miller, Tailem Brown, Emma Crosser, Samantha Sly, Claudia Stokes and Carmen Andrews.

NAROOMA : Narooma netballers from left Georgie Brown, Melanie Miller, Tailem Brown, Emma Crosser, Samantha Sly, Claudia Stokes and Carmen Andrews.

KIAMA: Action during last Saturday’s 42nd annual Kiama Rugby 7s. Pictures: DAVID HALL

KIAMA: Action during last Saturday’s 42nd annual Kiama Rugby 7s. Pictures: DAVID HALL

NOWRA: : Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s Kieran Witt makes his way to 42 against Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens in the Shoalhaven District Cricket Association’s second grade competition on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

NOWRA: : Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s Kieran Witt makes his way to 42 against Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemens in the Shoalhaven District Cricket Association’s second grade competition on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

EUROBODALLA: Southern Eurobodalla Cricket A Grade Pirate's successful bowlers from left Nick Mason, Elijah Blair, Les Roberts-Thomson and Matt Moore.

EUROBODALLA: Southern Eurobodalla Cricket A Grade Pirate's successful bowlers from left Nick Mason, Elijah Blair, Les Roberts-Thomson and Matt Moore.

NOWRA: North Nowra-Cambewarra’s Tayla Dunn top scored for her team on Saturday in the under 10s competition in her team’s defeat of Batemans Bay. Photo: PATRICK FAHY.

NOWRA: North Nowra-Cambewarra’s Tayla Dunn top scored for her team on Saturday in the under 10s competition in her team’s defeat of Batemans Bay. Photo: PATRICK FAHY.

KIAMA: Action during last Saturday’s 42nd annual Kiama Rugby 7s. Pictures: DAVID HALL

KIAMA: Action during last Saturday’s 42nd annual Kiama Rugby 7s. Pictures: DAVID HALL

EUROBODALLA: Nic McKirdy whips around a corner in the Cherry Bomb street luge final.

EUROBODALLA: Nic McKirdy whips around a corner in the Cherry Bomb street luge final.

Legends of rugby league taking a break from a motorbike tour of the Far South Coast on Monday are (from left) Nathan Hindmarsh, Brad Fitler, Matt Cooper and Ian Schubert.

Legends of rugby league taking a break from a motorbike tour of the Far South Coast on Monday are (from left) Nathan Hindmarsh, Brad Fitler, Matt Cooper and Ian Schubert.

As bowlers enjoy a social round last Wednesday, Tathra's James Reynolds is donning the green and gold for Australia once again.

As bowlers enjoy a social round last Wednesday, Tathra's James Reynolds is donning the green and gold for Australia once again.

• In training at the first SERAS hocey meet in Goulburn are (back, from left) Brooke Bragg, Turi Hides, Daniel Smith, Hayden Shawyer, (front) Regan Handley, Blake Smith  and Eligh Unwin.

• In training at the first SERAS hocey meet in Goulburn are (back, from left) Brooke Bragg, Turi Hides, Daniel Smith, Hayden Shawyer, (front) Regan Handley, Blake Smith and Eligh Unwin.