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Sports day with a difference

Nathan Handley (Darnum), left, and Aaron Wise (Ripplebrook PS) try to chase down Charlie Kilmartin (Buln Buln) who crossed the line first.

Pupils from seven of the region’s small schools recently came together for their annual day of athletics, fun and laughter.

Increase in drug offences

Drug offences and family violence continue to be major areas of concern for Baw Baw police with statistics in both

Relay raises $27,000

A group of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar year nine students enthusiastically
supported the relay including Clem Spencer and Isabel Thomas.

More than 350 people walked lap after lap of the Warragul velodrome during an 18-hour relay event that raised $27,000

Losing locks for a good cause

Year 12 student Hannah
Cadzow, who battled cancer
as a two-year-old, provided the
inspiration for a group of friends
to shave their heads at
Marist-Sion College.

A year 12 student who had cancer as a child and a mother who watched her daughter beat leukaemia were

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The stuff of dreams

Neerim District’s Rhys George finished the day with two premiership
medallions and two best afield medallions

Two grand finals, two premierships and two man of the match awards … 14-year-old Rhys George could have been forgiven

Underdogs have their day

Drouin’s division one premiership team. Back row, from left: Simon Gardiner, Brad Glover, Jordan Wyatt,
Paul Timewell, Dale Weller (captain), Rhys Fairlie, Tim Rasmussen and Ishan Ratnayake. Front: Harry Wans,
David Sharpe, Trevor Gardiner, Jake Harper and Sam Wyatt.

Having made it through to the grand final with a comfortable four-wicket win over Buln, Drouin successfully completed back-to-back division

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