A bumper Round 3 awaits the six clubs of the South Coast Interclub this weekend as the Callala Triathlon is set to shake up the competition just before Christmas with the Standard, Sprint and Super Sprint all being classified as point earning distances.
The Kiama Coasters continued their stellar year at Kurnell in Round 2 to open up a 12.5-point gap over the Eurocoast Nomads in second and a 13-point gap over to the Highlands Shaggy Cows in third.
The Jervis Bay Dolphins find themselves in fourth after two encouraging rounds so far whilst the Illawarra Cannons hold fifth, with the Shellharbour Mariners in sixth.
All three clubs aren’t out of title contention just yet but will need to produce their best performances of the season at Callala to keep pace with the seemingly unstoppable Kiama and the impressive Eurocoast Nomads and Highlands Shaggy Cows.
Top 3 questions heading into the Callala Triathlon?
- Can anyone stop Kiama making it three wins in a row?
- Who will enter 2019 as Kiama’s main contender?
- Can one of the bottom three clubs MAX OUT to jump back into title contention?
South Coast MVP
Tightly bunched for now. Will we have an outright leader as we head for 2019?
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