Tigers into decider after hard-fought win over CrowsPhotos

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PRESSURE: Leeton-Whitton’s Michael Wescombe kicks despite Wagga Tigers’ Shaun Campbell’s smother attempt.. Picture: Laura HardwickWAGGA Tigers are through to their first grand final since 2007 courtesy of a 43-point victory over Leeton-Whitton on Saturday.
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The most exciting team in the competition,Tigers showed they are also happy to get their hands dirty as they lapped up the wet-weather conditions to run out winners, 12.9 (81) to 4.14 (38) at Ganmain Sportsground.

Leeton-Whitton threw everything at Tigers early and were the better team for large parts of the opening half.

Two late goals gave Tigers a six-point lead at quarter-time, and the margin was eight-points at the main break courtesy of Leeton-Whitton not taking their opportunities in front of goal.

Bryce O’Garey was yellow carded and reported late in the second term for charging and the Crows’ being down to 17 men gave an opportunity to Tigers that they pounced on.

Tigers into decider after hard-fought win over Crows | Photos Wagga Tigers’ Shaun Flanigan and Leeton-Whitton’s Mitchell Conlan. Pictures: Laura Hardwick

Wagga Tigers’ Harvey Daniher and Leeton-Whitton’s Toby Conroy.

Wagga Tigers’ Pat O’Connell.

Wagga Tigers’ Paddy O’Connell and Leeton-Whitton’s Mitch Hardie.

Wagga Tigers’ Rob Tuohey.

Leeton-Whitton’s Tyh Evans and Wagga Tigers’ Shaun Campbell.

Wagga Tigers’ Brad Graham.

Wagga Tigers’ Rob Tuohey and Leeton-Whitton’s Ben Gaynor.

Leeton-Whitton’s Michael Wescombe and Wagga Tigers’ Shaun Campbell.

Wagga Tigers’ Lahn Shephard.

Leeton-Whitton’s Neil Irwin.

Leeton-Whitton’s Tyh Evans and Wagga Tigers’ Jacob Osbeiston.

Leeton-Whitton’s Tyh Evans and Wagga Tigers’ Jacob Osbeiston.

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