Sporting action from around the region: Photos Blake Foden3 Aug 2014, 5:18 p.m. Sporting action from right across the South Coast, from Kiama to Eden. Sporting action from around the region: Photos NOWRA: Kangaroo Valley's Ellie Priest and Bluejays' Kye Jones go head to head in their team's Shoalhaven junior hockey clash on Saturday. Photo: Robert Crawford.NAROOMA: Narooma Surf Sistas surfer Nicky Cowie rides a perfect wave in the latest ladies surfing comp.NAROOMA: Narooma Redbacks youth player Sam Negus jumps for a fantastic header and attempt at goal. Photo: Allison Aitken.GLASGOW: Tathra lawn bowler James Reynolds (front, second from left) with the Australian Commonwealth Games bowls team outside Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow. Photo: Supplied.CANBERRA: Bega soccer star Tayla Wilson picked up player of the tournament in the under 14s division, representing the Far South Coast at the recent Kanga Cup tournament in Canberra.BEGA: Liz McKay lines up a putt at the Bega Open championships on Sunday. Photo: Blake Foden.NEWCASTLE: The Far South Coast Hockey Association over 35s and over 40s ladies teams were in a celebratory mood after being crowned undefeated state champions after a tournament held in Newcastle and across the Central Coast.NAROOMA: Narooma Public School students Rhiannon, Hayley, Elise and Lillian enjoying the sunshine and competition at the District Athletics Carnival at Batemans Bay.MERIMBULA: 1993 premiership-winning Bulldog Nigel Tait cuts the club's reunion cake on Saturday night, flanked by Michael Roberts (left) and Bernie Maher.NAROOMA: The Narooma Numnutz winter swimmers swam through the Narooma bar crossing in perfect conditions last weekend.MERIMBULA: What would a party be without cake? The Merimbula-Pambula Bulldogs celebrated their club reunion last weekend.KIAMA: There was a great deal of talent to be seen at the junior soccer in Kiama on the weekend. Photo: Georgia Matts.NOWRA: Kangaroo Valley's Pete Wilson jumps to get out of the way of Burrawang's Jack Donovan in the Shoalhaven Hockey Competition. Photo: Robert Crawford.PAMBULA: The round 15 SCAFL clash between the Bega Bombers and Pambula Panthers was called off just before halftime, following a broken collarbone to Bomber Joey Gehrig. Photo: Blake Foden.NOWRA: Luke Meehan makes the first kick for Shoalhaven at the 2014 Digger Day. Photo: Patrick Fahy.EDEN: The Eden Tigers' reserve grade side, led by Alan Aldridge, are remaining upbeat after their first loss of 2014.TILBA: Tilba ilyo team photo from the back left coaches Zoe Cooper and Josh Lewis, competitor, Ashleigh Knights and head instructor Paul Cooper. Front from left Genna Lewis, Carissa Woods, Bethany Partridge and Zayd Cooper.NOWRA: Shoalhaven's new captain Tom Horton puts up a tough fight against Camden at Shoalhaven Rugby Park. Photo: Patrick Fahy.CANDELO-BEMBOKA: The Candelo-Bemboka Panthers, including Jamie Glenn, are in dominant Group 16 reserve grade form, and have set their sights on a first grade spot next season.KIAMA: Tasman Koorey making a break down the line in a junior soccer match on Saturday. Photo: Georgia Matts.SHOALHAVEN HEADS: Bomaderry congratulate Mitch Cornell on the second goal in his hat-trick against Shoalhaven Heads. Photo: Patrick Fahy.EDEN: The Eden Killer Whales ladies' soccer team are on track for an undefeated 2014 season. Mel Mitchell is pictured here, about to put in a cross in a 6-0 rout of second-placed Bega last weekend.BEGA: Joan Hartis (Mollymook), Rhonda Vanbracht (Bega), Jenny Lasker (Tura) and Brenda Whiffen (Bermagui) at the Bega Open championships on Sunday. Photo: Blake Foden.KIAMA: Callan Mawbey was a standout player at the junior soccer in Kiama on the weekend. Photo: Georgia Matts.Enjoying the bye after losing 76-0 to Moruya recently, Stephen Marshall and the Tathra Sea Eagles are trying to stay positive.BEGA: Bega Open golf champion Sylvia Donahue (centre), with scratch winners (from left) Sue Kelly (division three), Wendy Hergenhan (division one), Sue Williamson (division two) and Margaret Atkins (division four). Photo: Blake Foden.BOMADERRY: Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen's Club representative Eddie Stoddart, junior winner Rosie-May Davidson, Bomaderry Bowling Club secretary manager Garry Wilbraham, friend and representative for open winner, Mark Lucas, Annaliese Muller, masters winner Dianne Chellew and and Bernie Regan Sporting Trust chairman Paul Goddard at the Shoalhaven Sportstar of the Year awards on Friday night.MERIMBULA: Local members of the NSW regional dragon boating squad with their medals and certificates from the national competition. (Back, from left) Charles Helmore, Lynne Richardson, and head coach Chris Cheung with his son, Benji, with (front, from left) Liz Shaw, Pat Helmore, Heather Compton, Kerri Freeman and Sue Wakefield. Absent: Quita Tukaki.TweetFacebook of ╳exitSporting action from around the regionSporting action from Kiama to Eden.Sporting action from right across the South Coast, from Kiama to Eden.