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Ground not ready for football

There's a lot of dissatisfaction at Trafalgar over the reasons the condition of the football oval forced Trafalgar football club

Fight over park

Drouin residents living in the Settlers Rise estate are gearing up to fight a plan by Baw Baw Shire council to sell a well-established park in their estate.
Photograph: TOM ELTON

A group of Drouin residents is gearing up to fight a plan by Baw Baw Shire council to sell a

High times for adventurous kids

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More than 500 kids ran wild on the flanks of Mount Baw Baw during the first weekend of the school

Riding for a cause

With 350 kilometres aheads of them bike riders gathered at Drouin are (from
left): Frank Bradford of Garfield, Ian de Bruyne of Warragul, John Van Hoeven of
Warragul, Merrin Tucker of Essendon and Merilyn Howarth of Keilor

More than 50 Gippsland based cyclists took part in the recent Lions Ride for Sight. The riders left from Drouin,

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Footy upsets

Warragul’s Mark Johnson (right) dragged Moe’s John James to the ground in a tackle as the Gulls and Lions did battle at Moe on Saturday.
Unbeaten Johnson was again a leading light for Warragul but the side had no answer to a much-improved Moe outfit. Photograph: JAMIE LAFRANTZ

Difficult to label too many early round results as upsets but there were certainly some interesting outcomes in Ellinbank and

Gruelling Baw baw Classic

At the presentations on Mt Baw Baw are (from left) winner Brodie Talbot,
event organiser Karin Jones and Warragul Cycling Club president John
Davine.

It was Baw Baw Classic weekend and that means hundreds of racing cyclists from around Australia arrived at Warragul to

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