South Coast sport in the spotlight: PHOTOS 9 Jun 2014, midnight Some of the best photos of all the sporting action around the Far South Coast over the weekend. South Coast sport in the spotlight: PHOTOS BEGA: The sun barely crept over the horizon for the start of the fourth annual Tathra MTB Enduro on Sunday morning. KIAMA: Kiama’s Joe Fajloun making a break for it against Tarrawanna. Picture: GEORGIA MATTSBEGA: Robin McAndrew and Tristan Webber take on the Tathra MTB Enduro. KIAMA: There was a lot of impressive ball skills during the Kiama vs Unanderra game. Picture: GEORGIA MATTSBEGA: The man of steel aka superman hits the Enduro track for the 50km event on Sunday morning. KIAMA: Kiama’s Roy Lawson using team work to get around Unanderra players. Picture: GEORGIA MATTSNAROOMA: 152 golfers from far and wide played in the Narooma Seahorse Classic over the weekend and enjoying the hospitality of Narooma Golf Club. Pictured are Bodgie Lee, Murray Gough from Canberra, Jeff Ryan from Yackandandah, Ross McLoughlan from Canberra and Chris McGaffin from Wadonga.KIAMA: The junior Kiama side shows the perfect display of team spirit during their game on the weekend. Picture: GEORGIA MATTSMERIMBULA: Reggae Man leads the charge during race five of the Jazz Festival meet on Sunday. NAROOMA: Playing in the Narooma Seahorse Classic at the Narooma Golf Club are Kris Cole from Federal, Bernie Cole from Howlong, Peter Clear from Tumut and Simon Greaves from Cumberland.NAROOMA: Paul and his wife from Albury Wodonga on the kingfish on charter boat Playstation on Saturday at Montague Island off Narooma.NAROOMA: Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers at an old oven on the side of Mount Dromedary on June 5. Left to right, Gail Drury, Sarah Fisse, Jo Jean-Mairet, Kerren Ogg, Wendy Selby, Amanda Marsh, Jan Smith and Steve Deck.NAROOMA: Bright sunny day for the 18 winter swimmers that swam through the bar on an outgoing tide in 18 degree water on Sunday- a lot warmer in the water than out!LINEOUT- Shoalhaven captain Mitch Hardy fights for the ball during a line out in their 52-nil win over Bowral on Saturday. Photo: SIMON BROWNHAT-TRICK HERO: Nowra-Bomaderry Jets five-eighth Steve Brandon stole the show with three tries in their 46-20 win against Milton-Ulladulla at Bomaderry on Sunday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY NO MISTAKE: Blake Munilla made no mistake when he took a penalty, scoring Bomaderry’s second goal in their 4-nil rout of Huskisson on Saturday. Photo: SIMON BROWN. BEGA: Some cheeky monkeys (or apes) get in to the swing of things during the Tathra Enduro. MERIMBULA: Action heats up during the Jazz Festival races as jockeys vi for top spot at the Sapphire Coast Turf Club on Sunday. TweetFacebook of ╳exitSome of the best photos of all the sporting action around the Far South Coast over the weekend.