Baw Baw squash triumph over Poowong in biannual clash

Representing Baw Baw Squash Club against Poowong in the biannual clash at Bellbird Park on Thursday night are (from left) Bruce Bowering, Scott McArdle, Bjorn Hestdal, Brendon Brentwood and Tim Kubale.

The Baw Baw Squash Club have triumphed in its biannual clash with Poowong on Thursday night. The Baw Baw side showed their class at home, winning seven matches to one on a cold night at Bellbird Park. The biannual match

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Warranor’s Duncan Ireland named junior footy coach of the year

At the presentation are (from left) Warranor coach Duncan Ireland, AFL Gippsland’s George Morgan and Warranor president Graeme Carter.

Warranor Junior Football Club under 10s coach Duncan Ireland has been recognised by the Australian Football Coaches Association, awarded junior coach of the year for his outstanding work at the level. His fun and value driven approach to the game

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Flanders flies into top five contention

Gippslander Sam Flanders has flown into top five contention after a stellar season for the Gippsland Power.

When you mention the country town of Fish Creek, it’s usually in conjunction with looking for a place to stop on the way down to Wilsons Prom. However, this November, the tiny town’s name could be lit up in a

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Warragul Golf Club celebrates 100th annual tournament

Graeme Jarvis showed perfect form during his round at the Warragul Country Club.

The Warragul Golf Club held its 100th annual tournament last week. The weather gods were kind, apart from the opening weekend, the week’s fine conditions were an improvement on recent years. Heath, Lee and the pro shop staff kept the

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Drouin duo crowned at National equestrian events

Clara gallops through her stage on her horse, Royal Star Cha Cha or Charlie for short, as she was crowned champion in the 95cm eventing category. Photo credit, Stephen Mowbray.

Two members of the Drouin Pony Club have recently returned from a trip to two national events in New South Wales. Clara Galvin, 17, and Megan Carlile, 16, both had the opportunity to compete at the national level events after

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Warragul local Paredes returns to top end

Nathaniel Paredes has been a star addition for St. Mary's over his previous three seasons. He will be hoping to continue this form as his teams sits 3-1 after the first four rounds of the season.  Photograph courtesy of AFL NT.

Warragul local Nathaniel Paredes continues to make his mark on Northern Territory football, returning to St Mary’s for a fourth season in the NTFL over the summer period. Coming from a soccer background, Paredes only began his football journey at

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Rain plays havoc in Round 3 WDCA matches

Fraser Duncan grabs a drink as he and Brett Williams discuss their strategy in gloomy conditions on Saturday.

The battle of the two form teams of the competition went down to the wire on the weekend, as a draw meant both teams now sit alone at the top of the table. Batting first, Hallora got off to a

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Journeyman Moss returns to Warriors CBL

Moss started the season off with a bang against Moe, scoring 39 points for the Warriors in a win.

It’s been almost four seasons since Jarryd Moss last suited up for the Warragul Warriors in the CBL tournament. Now, he’s back. Moss has decided to return to Warragul and play alongside his great mate and new CBL coach Mike

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Cameron to join the likes of Tiger, Rory and Adam for a fifth time

Cameron and his son, Liam, during one of their many rounds together.

Former Warragul golfer Cameron Percy recently qualified for the 2019-20 USPGA Tour – his fifth time on the world’s best and most lucrative tour. Following an injury affected 2019, Cameron stormed home late in the year on the secondary “Korn

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Catani makes mark in first WDCA matches

Catani are teaming up with Longwarry and Bunyip  to field junior WDCA sides.

Keen eyed watchers of the WDCA may have noticed a new name pop up over the weekend, as Catani kicked off their inaugural Warragul and District Cricket Association season. After spending much of their 70-year existence in the West Gippsland

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