Warragul local Caleb Serong soars towards childhood dream

Warragul local Caleb Serong looks set to be a top five pick in this years AFL Draft.

Warragul’s Caleb Serong is primed and ready for the 2019 AFL Draft after a scintillating season of football for Geelong Grammar and the Gippsland Power. Touted as a top five pick in this year’s draft pool, Serong can now only

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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 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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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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Umpires gain MCG experience

Local umpires Flynn Pallot, Zak Kenny, Kohen Lott-Stephens and Lachlan Brown exit the race to lead the AFL umpires out onto the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Developing umpires from Gippsland Umpires Association experienced preparation for umpiring on Melbourne’s home of football first hand as part of the AFL’s community umpiring round initiative. Local umpires Lachlan Brown, Flynn Pallot, Zak Kenny and Kohen Lott-Stephens met with the

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