Soccer pathway opens

Drouin Dragons under 16 players will make the step up to under 18 state league football next year.  Pictured (back, from left) coach John Ercoles, Rico Ercoles, Brock Paltridge, Jordan Carter, Sam Buckingham, Lachlan Brown, Harry Graham, president Jason Beer, (front) Joel Van Raalte, Lachlan Beer, Brodie Carter and Kieran Hawkins.  Absent are Dale Caldwell, Henry Grant, Lasaro Tuimateo, Michael Wilkinson, Josh Cavallin and Jack Bangham.

Drouin Dragons Soccer Club have filled a missing link in the state league soccer pathway, committing to field an under 18 team in the metropolitan state league in 2019. It is believed to be the first time a Gippsland-based club

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Female friendly for soccer

Drouin Dragons Soccer Club president Jason Beer (centre) with sponsors Fiona and Jeff Kittelty who also is a life member of the club.

Drouin Dragons Soccer Club now has access to upgraded, extended and female-friendly change rooms and amenities following a $195,000 upgrade. The new facilities were officially unveiled and opened during a home match round on Sunday by club president Jason Beer,

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Start costs Dragons

Drouin’s Taurai Muzarori battles for the ball with his Somerville opponent.

A slow start proved costly for Drouin Dragons in round 10 of state league division five. The Somerville Eagles raced away to a three-goal lead at half-time, with two goals to David Greening and one to Louis Griffiths. Aided by

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