Longwarry slalom skier Tiarnee Browney tops competition

Longwarry teenager Tiarnee Browney took out the 60 mile an hour event at the Southern 80 last weekend with her stepdad and boat driver Leigh McDonald.

Fifteen-year-old Longwarry slalom skier Tiarnee Browney has returned from the annual Southern 80 competition a winner, taking out the 60 mile an hour event. A perfect start was key to her victory, winning the event with a time of 10:52

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East tops West in WDCA bushfire charity cricket match

Sam Batson (left) and Fraser Duncan shake hands at the toss of the coin which was conducted by Melbourne Stars captain Glenn Maxwell on Sunday.

Sam Batson’s East All Stars have come out on top after defeating the West All Stars by just one wicket during Sunday’s Mindfull Aus Bushfire charity match held at Western Park. In front of a crowd of fans, the day

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Longwarry bowls into WGBD division one finals

Trafalgar bowler John Cornish bowls against Longwarry in division one action on Saturday.  Trafalgar won 103/68 but fell just short of knocking Longwarry out of fourth place and gain a finals berth.

Longwarry has scored a berth in the division one finals after finishing fourth on the ladder despite a heavy loss to Trafalgar on Saturday. The home side handled the conditions better than Longwarry to score a 35-shot win. Division one:

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Yarragon calls for junior footballers

Yarragon junior coaches (from left) Chris Kemp (under 14s) Adam Orgill (under 10s) and Brad Frost (under 12s) are hoping to see more junior footballers call Yarragon home in 2020.

As the year continues to rattle along at breakneck speed one thing is for certain, football is just around the corner and the Yarragon Junior Football Club are hoping that they can encourage a few more numbers down to Dowton

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Hallyburton takes victory in first Joustra 100 Handicap

Placegetters in the inaugural Joustra 100 Handicap were Daniel Bishop (left), Graeme Parker, Brenton Jones (fastest time) Jake Hallyburton (winner), Glenn Marriott and Rob Monk.

La Trobe Valley hardman Chris Joustra usually complains at the end of Warragul Cycling club races that they are too short. “Real bike races are at least 100 kilometres long,” he says. The cycling club grew tired of his objections

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Starts unite for bushfire relief match at Western Park

East All Stars captain Sam Batson (left) and West All Stars captain Fraser Duncan will lead the sides in the charity match.

They may be foes on the field every Saturday, but on February 16 some of the Warragul and District Cricket Association’s best cricketers will unite for a T20 match to raise funds for those affected by the recent bushfires. Sam

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Annual Warragul pro am contested at the Country Club

Wade Lowrie travelled from Heidleberg to contest the annual pro am in Warragul.

Saturday’s saw the annual Warragul pro-am contested. Perfect scoring conditions saw the many spectators treated to some excellent golf from the 60 plus professionals competing on the first leg of the Gippsland sweep. Full fields teed up for both AM

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International experience for tennis ace Alan Valenzuela

Alan Valenzuela with his coach and father Ernesto Valenzuela during a practice hit in Trafalgar.

Last week, Trafalgar tennis player Alan Valenzuela had one of the biggest opportunities in his young career. Alan, 16, gained direct entry into the highly regarded Traralgon International, hitting the same courts as previous winners Roger Federer, Marion Bartoli, Nick

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Kumara masterclass sees Panthers past Hawks

Simon Gardiner bowls at Yarragon on Saturday, he took 1/21 from his eight overs.

In a match with potential finals ramifications, Yarragon continued its brilliant form to keep its one-day final chances firmly alive. Winning the toss and batting, the Panthers commenced poorly with Lasi Amaroosyria gone early to leave Yarragon in an early

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Warragul Swimming Club successful at championships

Warragul Swimming Club coach Paul Myers (back left) alongside his team (from left) Anton Risch, Ben Francis, Callum Halloran Lavelle, Coach Andrew Marks, (front left) Izzy Risch, Chelsea Spencer, Jess Emmett, Laticia Tymensen, Mollie Dennis and Mayah Cannon during the state championship swim meet.

Warragul Swimming Club recorded extraordinary results after sending its biggest team in recorded history to the Victorian State Championships. The championships attracted the best swimmers from around Australia as well as teams from New Zealand, Japan and Hong Kong. The

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