October 28 2014 - 7:13AM South Coast sports in the spotlight: PHOTOS MultimediafacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments South Coast sports in the spotlight: PHOTOS KIAMA: Deakin Southern and Byron Vinkovic.MORUYA: Bay Breakers’ Paul Martin directs the offence at the Dave Lavender Carnival.BEGA: Celebrating a top year for the Bega Chicks league-tag rugby league squad are (from left) Andrew and Trudi Badullovich, Joccoaa Rogers, Fiona Holmes, Tegan Mundy, Georgina Pearce, Kezie Apps and Hayley Jessop. MORUYA: Runners leave the starting line at the Moruya Town to Surf Fun Run. WALLAGOOT: The Wallagoot Lake Boat Club fleet lines up for the start of a race on Saturday. MORUYA: Moruya Swans’ Joe Van Weerdenburg drives against Clockwork Orange at Moruya Basketball Stadium. BEGA: Tony McEnaney shapes to offload at the Blue Veins Golden Oldies rugby union carnival on Saturday. KIAMA: Members of the Warilla Barrack Point relay team. NOWRA: North Nowra-Cambewarra under 16s players Nicholas Michell, Jack Carter, Damian Spelta and Kaleb Phillips were having fun during their game against Bay and Basin at Bernie Regan Sporting Complex. Photo: JESSICA LONG NOWRA: HAPPY HUNDRED: Nowra second grade captain Jono Clack’s 135 not out against Ulladulla was one of four centuries made in the Shoalhaven on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY KIAMA: Enjoying the sunshine are Zeely Carberry and Abby McCurry. MORUYA: Moruya Swans’ Matt Boardman (with ball) finds open space near the sideline at the Dave Lavender Carnival. KIAMA: Contestants get down low for the start of a beach flags run. MORUYA: Malua Bay’s Daniel Beby jogs past a water station on South Head Road in the Town to Surf Fun Run. BATEMANS BAY: Batemans Bay under 12 players (back) Lachlan Smith, Tayah Hancock, Jed Salmon, Jordan MacPherson, Cooper Green, Jack McAteer and (front) Ryan Hall and Jarrod Delatorre are all smiles during their impressive performance against North Nowra-Cambewarra at Bernie Regan Sporting Complex. Photo: JESSCA LONGKIAMA: competitors emerge from the surf in the boys board event. BEGA: Bega-Angledale Bulls secretary Glenn Wilcox (left) and president John Dedman present Club Bega manager Dave Mitchell with a club shirt during a busy training session as a thank you for the club's ongoing sponsorship. TweetFacebook of Action from around the South Coast region in pictures. facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "South Coast sports in the spotlight: PHOTOS" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.