Aston Dee Bee wins Cup

The Seona Thompson-trained Aston Dee Bee stormed to victory in the Group 2 Warragul Cup on Saturday night. Photograph: Clint Anderson.

Melbourne Cup hero Aston Dee Bee extended his sensational winning streak to nine with another brilliant display in Saturday night’s Group 2 TAB Warragul Cup Final. Remarkably, the Seona Thompson-trained and Ray Borda-owned-and-bred superstar hadn’t been able to claim a

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Pacer stars on track

Our Little General cruises away with the Eastern Challenge race.

Star four-year-old pacer Our Little General almost claimed the Warragul track record when winning the $25,000 Eastern Challenge at Logan Park on Thursday. First up since winning the three-year-old division of the Breeders’ Crown in August, connections used Thursday’s race

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Hometown hope for cup

Aston Miley, trained by Eddie Lieshout at Drouin West, is the local hope for Saturday night’s Warragul Cup.

There will be a huge hometown roar if Aston Miley can win the Group 2 Warragul Cup on Saturday night, the second leg of greyhound racing’s rich Gippsland Carnival. Trained just 10 minutes from the Warragul track by Eddie Lieshout

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Charlie and Marilyn medal

Ray Williams chips from the bunker and lands safely on the green on his way to being named scratch winner at Trafalgar on Thursday.

Trafalgar senior golf results saw Charlie Street and Marilyn Kerr take out the monthly medals. Results: Thursday, January 4 stroke monthly medal (49 players): Women’s: monthly medal Marilyn Kerr 31, 2nd Betty Burleigh 32; scratch winner: Cheryl Deppeler 44. DTL:

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Harness lends a hand

Santa Claus with Derby McGuigan after “Brandons Price” wins the Trotters Handicap at the Warragul Harness Racing Club’s first Christmas Eve race meeting.

Warragul Harness Racing Club officials were pleased with the attendance at its first Christmas Eve race meeting. The race meeting featured the club’s first “Lend A Hand” lunch.  More than 150 patrons – young and old – attended, after the

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Warriors unbeaten

Warriors player Kylie Mullen outstretches T-Birds player Tanarly Hood during the recent 78-47 loss.

Warragul Warriors men remain undefeated at the mid-season break of Gippsland Country Basketball League. Sam Flanders (20 points), Dwain Scott (19), Ambu Uliando (14) and Mike Santo (11) led the scoring as the Warriors comfortably accounted for the Traralgon T-Birds

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St Paul’s claim bronze

The bronze medal winning St Paul’s under 20s girls basketball team are (back, from left) Jessica Zeldenryk, Dallas Loughridge, Makaela Zeldenryk, Georgia Koopmans, (front, from left) Samantha Labros, coach Bobby Cunningham, Stacie Myers, Myah Healey and Stephanie Bryce.

The St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School under 20s girls basketball team recently won bronze in division one at Basketball Australia’s 2017 Australian Schools Championships. This is the second consecutive year the St Paul’s girls team has finished amongst the medals. 

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Drouin bowl in heat

Drouin third Shirley Woodville bowls against Longwarry in the last round of WGBD midweek pennant before the Christmas break. 

It was a very hot, sticky Tuesday for all the bowlers with Drouin’s results proving it. Drouin had one convincing win and two losses for the last round before the Christmas break. Division one: Drouin 16/77 defeated Yallourn 0/46. M.

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WDJFL welcome Buln Buln

Lenny White, Logan Wallmeyer, Patrick Ireland, Matthew Cahill and Charley Kay look forward to wearing the red and blue in the Warragul District Junior Football League in 2018.

The Warragul District Junior Football League has become the largest junior football competition in country Victoria following the addition of Buln Buln for season 2018. Following its expansion over recent years that has seen Ellinbank, Poowong-Loch and Caldermeade added to

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Gangodawila in top form

Ellinbank’s Sean Masterson bowls during the division one match against Drouin.

Having posted more than 400 in their previous encounter with Yarragon, Western Park again put the Panthers’ bowlers to the sword in their division one clash, with the Warriors requiring just 24.3 overs to claim victory in pursuit of 124.

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