ONE YEAR AGO
SWANS LADIES PUMPED FOR FINAL
The female Griffith Swans side were eyeing off the opportunity to become premiership players on this day in 2019, as they readied themselves for a grand final fixture against competition heavyweights CSU.
The Swans headed into the clash after being bested by an undefeated CSU side three weeks earlier, in the final match of the regular season.
CUP CHALLENGE FOR RIVERINA RHINOS
The Riverina Rhinos were preparing to take on Australian National University in the fourth round of FFA Cup qualifying on this day in 2019.
The match came as the first competitive fixture for the Rhinos before they headed into their National Premier League season.
EXIES TAKE DIGGERS IN FINAL
After finishing the season as minor premiers, Exies were readying themselves for the grand final against Diggers on this day in 2019.
Exies finished two points above second-placed Diggers when the regular season came to a close, with both sides meeting three times in the month leading up to the final.
FIVE YEARS AGO
DOUBLE THE GLORY
First innings points were enough to give Exies their second GDCA two-day premiership on this day in 2015.
The defending champions scored 196 on the first day, backing up the performance with the ball to dismiss Leagues Club for 168.
YENDA BLUEHEELERS KNOCKOUT VICTORY
The Yenda Blueheelers completed an unbeaten run to claim the Paul Kelly Memorial Shield on this day in 2015.
The Blueheelers registered a 24-0 win in the final.
TEN YEARS AGO
ROSBOROUGH HELPS DEMONS TO WIN
The Griffith Demons kept their perfect record intact with a dominant 25-point win over the Shoalhaven Tigers on this day in 2010.
Leon Rosborough contributed 17 points and countless rebounds to help his new side to victory.
EXIES HAVE DONE IT AGAIN
Exies claimed their second GDCA two-day title on this day in 2010, overcoming a courageous Hanwood side by the slimmest of margins.
Just six runs separated the sides after two of the most gripping days ever seen in Griffith competition.
DAY ONE OF SUPERBOATS GETS BOOST
The Dash for Cash concept was added to the Australian Superboats Championship for the first time in Griffith on this day in 2010.
The introduction of Dash for Cash allowed the Australian Formula Jet Sprint Association to turn day one of competition into more than just a test and tune for race competitiors.