THE Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs ended their 2020 Group Seven Rugby League regular season in strong fashion over the weekend, with numerous victories.
On Saturday, two games were played at Mollymook's Bill Andriske Oval.
The club's women's league tag one side smashed Stingrays of Shellharbour 26-nil, thanks to tries from Lily Rogan (two), Cheyanne Hatch, Olivia Patterson and Ebony Murray - with the latter landing three goals.
But the Dogs' third grade side fell 38-12 to the Robertson Spuddies.
In the defeat, Elijah Humble and Lochlan Broughton crossed for four-pointers, with Cruize Turay converting them both.
Then on Sunday at Kiama, Milton's reserve grade side downed the Knights 18-nil, behind tries from Steine Lofts, Simon Harris and Cody Roach - who converted all three.
But the Bulldogs under 18s side went down heavily to Kiama, losing 48-nil. Finally, Milton's WLT two side went down to Mount Warrigal 8-nil at Des King Oval.
These results see both Milton's WLT two and third grade sides bow out of contention in 2020.
But the club's other three sides will start their finals campaign this weekend.
On Saturday, Milton's WLT one side will take on minor premiers Jamberoo in the major semi-final at Kevin Walsh Oval from 1130am - with the victory progressing straight to the grand final on Sunday, October 18.
Then on Sunday, the Bulldogs take on Gerringong in the under 18s elimination final at Kiama from 11am.
The winner will play the loser of the Kiama and Shellharbour clash next week.
This will be followed by the major semi-final clash between Milton and Gerringong in reserve grade from 1pm - with the winner taking on Nowra-Bomaderry the following week.
Moving onto results from the juniors final round, in girls league tag, Milton defeated Warilla-Lake South in both the under 12s (Red 26-nil) and under 14s (Red forfeit win), while also easily accounting for Sussex Inlet Black in the under 16s (24-8).
The under 14 Red side went down 58-4 to Sussex, while no results were provided for the under 12s fixture between Milton Blue and Albion Park-Oak Flats.
Wrapping up the girls' results, Milton's under 14s tackle side lost 32-16 to Bomaderry.
In the boys, Milton recorded wins in the under 11s (30-16 vs Kiama), under 12s (46-6 vs Bomaderry) and under 13-2s (20-16 vs St Georges Basin), while losing in the under 14-2s (26-10 to Kiama) and under 16-1s (28-24 to Dapto).
Finally, Milton-Ulladulla defeated North Illawarra 20-16 in their under 15-2s match.