South Coast sport in the spotlight: PHOTOS Blake Foden10 Aug 2014, 6:06 p.m. A look at the latest sporting action from around the South Coast, from Kiama down to Eden. South Coast sport in the spotlight: PHOTOS MORUYA: Moruya Shark Dillon Johnson scores in the corner against Narooma at Ack Weyman Oval. Photo: Sam Strong.EDEN: The Eden Whalers hoist 400-game veteran Paul 'Plugger' Kirkby onto their shoulders after celebrating his milestone with a 98-73 win over the Narooma Lions at the Eden football ground on Saturday. Photo: Blake Foden.KIAMA: It was a relaxing morning for Kiama goalkeeper Oscar McAdam. Photo: Georgia Matts.MERIMBULA-PAMBULA: Kyle Lygon flies high to take the ball and score for the Merimbula-Pambula Bullpups, but the under 16s came up just short against Narooma on Saturday. Photo: Bernie Maher.CANBERRA: Bega sprint star Lawrence Davis (second from right) has broken a 25-year-old regional record, set by a former Olympian.NAROOMA: Narooma Numnutz winter swimmer Paul O’Brien jumps in at the Narooma wharf on Sunday morning. Photo: Stan Gorton.Matt Fleet celebrated 150 SCAFL games as the Bega Bombers guaranteed themselves a finals berth with a win over Tathra on Saturday. Photo: Jacob McMaster.The Bega Roosters streaked away from the Tathra Sea Eagles on Sunday, running out 80-4 winners. Photo: Albert McKnight.EDEN: Eden Tigers' reserve grade halfback Ronald Callaghan orchestrated his side's 32-12 win over the Cooma Stallions, all but wrapping up the minor premiership at the George Brown Memorial Oval on Sunday. Photo: Blake Foden.NAROOMA: The Narooma Numnutz winter swimmers prepare to jump in at Australia Rock for a drift down to the wharf on Sunday morning. Photo: Stan Gorton.KIAMA: Taj Hooper entertained the crowd with his skill at the Kiama junior soccer grounds. Photo: Georgia Matts. MORUYA: Moruya Shark Jake Clarke sets up fullback Dennis Green for a try against Narooma. Photo: Sam Strong.NOWRA: Nowra-Bomaderry Jets forward James Toovey (pictured in a recent match) was a key figure in his side's clash with Albion Park-Oak Flats on Sunday. Photo: Patrick Fahy.BEGA: Glen Rollason and his 39cm bream caught in the Bega River, Tathra on Saturday.ULLADULLA: Ulladulla's under 14s, 18s and opens teams will be in Barrengarry Conference Series action over the next three weeks, before the tournament winds down.KIAMA: Monty Ivanoff breaking through the Oak Flats defence. Photo: Georgia Matts.BEGA: The Bega Bombers have been recognised and rewarded for their appreciation of the club’s indigenous players and community. Pastor Ossie Cruse (centre) is pictured here with Michael Sturgess (left) and Bombers senior coach Matt FleetBERMAGUI: The Bermagui Blue Balls winter swimmers travelled up to Camel Rock for their swim on Sunday morning.MORUYA: A Moruya Sharkette takes off from a quick tap against Narooma. Photo: Sam Strong.EDEN: Eden Tigerette Chelsie Cassie gets a kick away during her side's 38-0 loss to the Cooma Fillies at the George Brown Memorial Oval on Sunday. Photo: Blake Foden.MORUYA: Broulee's Perry Wignell dribbles forward against Moruya Blue. Photo: Sam Strong.EDEN: Tigers' fullback Ian Smith takes the ball forward during their 34-10 defeat at the hands of the Cooma Stallions at the George Brown Memorial Oval on Sunday. Photo: Blake Foden.KIAMA: Josh Kennedy making a run down the line to shoot for goal. Photo: Georgia Matts.NOWRA: Action from the Girls League Tag Championships at Rugby Park on Thursday.MORUYA: Moruya Blue's Ross Newman tries to chip Broulee's Josh Baldry at Gundary Oval. Photo: Sam Strong.BERMAGUI: The Bermagui Blue Balls winter swimmers travelled up to Camel Rock for their swim on Sunday morning.NAROOMA: The Narooma Dalmeny Bushwalkers on their walk south of Narooma. (Back, from left) Lyle Moffatt, Kevin Budds, Steve Deck, Maggie Finch (walk leader), Margaret Budds, Jan Atkinson, Bev Brazel, Bob Hales, Denise Peru, Elaine Cuthbert, Kerren Ogg, Chris Hendra, Narelle Davis, Gina Armstrong, David Mason, Carol Hodges and Sharon Crase, with (front, from left) Ann Durnan, John Ogg and Pat Reid.BERRY: Co-captain Lloyd Sharpe was one of the few Berry Magpies regulars not on the injured list and for his side's do or die clash with Jamberoo on Saturday. Photo: Paul Davidson.BEGA: The Bega Chicks are on the cusp of an undefeated league-tag campaign after downing Eden 34-0 on Wednesday night.TweetFacebook of ╳exitA look at the latest sporting action from around the South Coast, from Kiama down to Eden.