Oskar sets record

Oskar Wilson proudly shows his certificate acknowledging his Australian record in discus.

Oskar Wilson has returned from the School Sports Australian Championships as an Australian record holder. The 11-year-old St Joseph’s Primary School student threw a personal best of 7.01 metres in the discus to finish second overall and set an Australian

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Triathlon festivities

Zara McNair well deserving winner of best dressed bike.

Saturday afternoon’s Wild Dog Triathlon was the last event for 2018, with the club holding its annual Christmas break-up. Yet again WDTC saw an enthusiastic turn out for both junior and senior events, with a great show from members of

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Joel punts to title

Joel Whitford punts for the Washington Huskies during the Pacific championship game against Utah.

Neerim South’s Joel Whitford has continued to carry his College football career forward, forming part of the University of Washington Huskies team to take the Pacific conference title. With the Pacific 12 north title on the line, the Huskies overcame

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Crushing cricket win

Alex Gaudion helped Drouin restrict Ellinbank to 103 in division two.

Western Park has marked their new home ground division one debut with a crushing victory over Jindivick at the weekend. Western Park 6/300 def Jindivick 131 After losing the toss and being sent in, the Warriors made Jindivick pay on

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Noah drafted to Bombers

At home in Drouin after the national draft is the Gown family Anthony, Ella, Will, Noah (with his Gippsland Power best and fairest award), Jacob and Lisa.

The Gown household in Drouin was a mixture of AFL followers including Carlton, Melbourne and Hawthorn but on a cold wet footy style day on Friday red and black was the colour of the moment when Noah was drafted to

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Daniel is world champion

Daniel Milner formed part of the Australian team to secure another International Six Day Enduro world title.

Daniel Milner has broken through for his first International Six Day Enduro world champion title in his eighth attempt at the event. With the event hosted by Chile in the sunny city of Vina Del Mar, Milner formed part of

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Beau becomes a Bulldog

Beau Jones was selected as the number one pick for the Bulldogs in the Victorian Blind Football League.

For Longwarry’s Beau Jones, the newly created Victorian Blind Football League is giving him the chance to play the sport he loves. Having formed part of the trial program to set up the competition from the outset, Beau was recently

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Dusties on the move

The Warragul Industrials Football Netball Club recently launched its pre-season with a meet the coaches night.  Pictured, from left, junior development coordinator Vin Rabl, senior football coach Stephen Ryan, club president Dale Bainbridge, netball manager Stacey Lawry and senior netball coach Rachael Chandler.

Warragul Industrials Football Netball Club is looking forward to its move into the West Gippsland Football Netball Competition with anticipation as pre-season training begins next week. The senior football and netball sides will be led by coaches who boast an

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Doubles tennis

Miller Ireland and Cody Geary were victorious in section nine boys, with Flynn Dunsmuir and Knox Luxford runners up.

Baw Baw Junior Tennis Association held its annual doubles tournament on Sunday with all clubs well-represented. Warragul Tennis Club hosted this year’s event, which saw competitive tennis played across eight sections. The Association congratulated winners, runners up and all participants.

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Successful aths meet

Tanya Pont cleared 1.08 metres in the high jump.

Another successful meet was staged at Warragul Little Athletics Centre on Saturday with several athletes enjoying sunny weather. The centre thanked all people who help out at the age groups each week. 12F:  200m Tanya Pont 35.03, Darcy Knowles 38.61.

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