Junior AFL returned to the Camden Haven on Sunday, June 30 with two matches between the Manning Valley Mustangs and Port Macquarie Swoopers.
The Camden Haven Bombers were unable to field teams in the junior competition in 2019, and partnered with the Mustangs to ensure locally based players had an opportunity to play.
Players proudly donned Bombers jumpers before the under 11's took to the field to take on the first placed Swoopers.
A slightly damp Laurieton Oval didn't prevent an exciting first quarter which saw seven goals scored.
Tanner Lewis-Bain was in the thick of the action, supporting Isaac Luke with two goals.
The Swoopers took the lead late in the second quarter, with a late behind to Ruby Luke being the only points for the Mustangs.
Port began to dominate in the third quarter, extending their lead to 61-33 at the three quarter break.
The Mustangs rallied in the fourth quarter to outscore the Swoopers. In the end the Swoopers won 73-46.
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