Bomaderry end Lions unbeaten AFL South Coast women's run

Winners: Kelsey Hogan kicked a goal for the Dogs on Saturday.

Winners: Kelsey Hogan kicked a goal for the Dogs on Saturday.

Bomaderry have thrown the inaugural AFL South Coast Women’s minor premiership race wide open, with a 39-point win over the previously unbeaten Wollongong Lions on Saturday.

A three-goal final term ensured the Tigers would take a share of the ladder lead, winning 6.7 (43) to 0.4 (4), with Sophie Phillips kicking two and Grace Chapman their best-on-ground.

The Wollongong Saints kept pace with Bomaderry, producing two crucial last-term goals to beat Northern Districts 6.7 (43) to 2.5 (17) at Figtree Oval. 

Georgina McDonell booted two in a standout performance, with Phillipa Davis, Paige Allen and Sophie Willcocks also among their best.

Elsewhere, Kiama outclassed Nowra-Albatross, Sofia Wilson kicking three and Chloe Kuiper and Phoebe Roman two each in a 11.13 (79) to 1.0 (6).

And Kathryn Gaskin kicked three and Allie Phillips two for the Wollongong Bulldogs in a 9.10 (64) to 0.2 (2) win over Dapto Unicorns, with Zoe Field named best.