Mid Gippsland league accepts six clubs for 2021 season

Hill End may find themselves on the road for longer, with a one way trip to Toora taking upwards of 80 minutes now that the Alberton teams have joined the Mid Gippsland league.

The Mid Gippsland Football Netball League will accept the six Alberton league teams for next season, after a vote last Monday night at a special general meeting. The league voted to accept the six clubs with an overwhelming majority, with

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Hill End’s historic day


In one of the most thrilling MGFL finals for years, it was Hill End who finished in front, defeating Mirboo North 11-6-73 to 10-12-72 in one of the club’s greatest victories in its history, You can prepare a side as

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Strong win nets Balfour trophy

David Balfour with the Balfour Trophy in the Hill End clubrooms after the club’s win against Trafalgar on Saturday. The Hill End and Trafalgar senior teams play for the trophy each time they meet.

The Balfour Trophy returned to Hill End Football Netball Club for the first time in 12 years on Saturday, after the Hill End senior side beat Trafalgar. A big crowd was on hand to witness Hill End win by 21

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Smits takes reins at Hill End

Mid Gippsland Football League clubs have elected their coaches for the 2016 season, with six new appointees facing up for the first time. Paul Smits will take the reigns at Hill End, taking over from Phil Towns who coached the

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