Sarah sets footy trail

Warragul Industrials’ Sarah Alweyn is blazing a trail in local women’s footy, after being picked in the South Eastern Women’s Football League’s interleague side.

Warragul Industrials’ Sarah Alweyn is blazing a trail in local women’s footy, after being picked in the South Eastern Women’s Football League’s interleague side. The team played in Moorabin on Saturday, blowing away the Southern Football Netball League’s interleague team

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Martha rolls to Barcelona

Martha Smith will represent Australia in the World Roller Games in Barcelona during July.

Martha Smith is headed to Barcelona in July to represent Australia at the World Roller Games. Smith has been selected in the Australian senior women’s inline hockey team and will compete over 11 days from July 2. It is not

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Juniors go pink

Kale Dunstan gets last minute instruction from his coach in Yarragon’s under 10 game against Drouin Gold on Saturday.

Mother’s Day was celebrated in round three of Warragul and District Junior Football League with the annual feature resulting in money raised for Breast Cancer Network Australia. Warragul Blues and Warranor have been running a fundraising event now for over

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United too good

Warragul United soccer player Paul Kuols celebrates a goal on Saturday in athletic style.  Getting into the spirit of the celebrations are teammates Matt Gauci, Samuel Gatpan and Oscar Sceney.

In men’s state one action, Warragul faced Mornington at home on the weekend.  A side that sat just one point ahead of United. A win over Mornington, who have always been one of Warragul’s bogey teams, would see them advance

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Hawks bounce back

Drouin centre Macy Newcombe holds on the ring against Bairnsdale’s Kate Allen as the rain comes down at Drouin during B grade.  Drouin won 49-35.

Drouin netballers enjoyed three wins in the senior grades against Bairnsdale on Saturday. A grade: Drouin 55 defeated Bairnsdale 52. It was a wet but strong start in the A grade match which led to some congestion for the Hawks.

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Clean sweep

Lachlan Smith drives from defence, followed by teammate Keenan O’Dowd.

  The Drouin Dragons began the Gippsland Soccer League season with a clean sweep across its seven teams. In the senior mens, Drouin had a 3-2 win over Korumburra. Korumburra got off to an early 2-0 lead with some attacking

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Excited juniors kick-off

Blake Meggetto drives the Blues into attack in the under 12 match against Bunyip.

  There was plenty of excitement and anticipation as Warragul District Junior Football League kicked off its round one games around the district on Saturday morning. The players were pumped, the parents eager and the dedicated officials were ready to

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San Carlo wins Cup

Happy members of the Eichorn family after San Carlo's Pacing Bowl Cup win with (back, from left) Warragul HRC president Greg Witty, HRV chairman Dale Monteith, Frank Hone representing sponsor Warragul and Sporting Social Club, (front) driver Rebecca Bartley and Warragul HRC committee members Vera Miller and Narelle Witty.

Star pacer “San Carlo” capped a top season of racing with an easy victory in Sunday’s $35,000 Warragul Pacing Bowl Cup. The Goulburn Valley trained eight-year-old, finalist in the Inter Dominion Pacing Championship and recent Mildura Cup winner, went straight

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Bulldogs are benchmark

Phillip Island’s Cam Pedersen tries to break away from two Koo wee rup opponents on Saturday.  The former Melbourne AFL player kicked five goals.

West Gippsland Football Competition’s grand final rematch on Easter Saturday produced a similar result. Reigning premiers Phillip Island have begun the season in ominous form, comfortably accounting for Kilcunda-Bass (83 points), Korumburra-Bena (85 points) and Garfield (54 points) to take

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Rundell lifts Crows

Longwarry’s Danny Wells comes in to stop Nyora’s Chris Hodges as he handpasses the ball away.

An inspirational left foot checkside from the pocket by Longwarry’s Riley Rundell helped give the Crows the lift they needed to overcome reigning premier Nyora by just two-points, 10-7 (67) to 9-11 (65). While the Crows hit the front late

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