Warranor creates home

Players and Warranor parents and officials that were discussing plans to raise $100,000 and build badly needed facilities at their new “home” at Logan Park, Warragul, when they arrived for training last week included, (back, from left) Ryan Leslie, Graeme Carter (secretary), Sharon Caia (president), Jane Leslie, (front, from left) Damian Leslie, Lucas Carter, Miles Doughty and Regan Caddy.

After 55 years being a nomad, Warranor Junior Football Club in Warragul is finally putting down its roots with big plans for its future permanent home at Logan Park. Last year it was granted joint winter use of the number

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Hot weather for show

Lily Bawden of Drouin, with “Grace”, placed first in the dairy cattle junior leader competition at the Warragul Show.

Warm weather was a highlight for this year’s Warragul Show held on Saturday and Sunday. A crowd turned out for the many activities on Saturday and Saturday night while horse entries were high on Sunday. Secretary Tonnie Schipper said the

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55th jersey show hailed a success

Brad Aitken of Leading Edge Genetics and Erika Quinn with intermediate reserve champion Brookbora Love Lies. The jersey was one of many on show from a stud in Lockington.

The Central Gippsland Jersey Breeder’s Club’s annual Jersey Fair has been hailed a success, with more than 70 entrants. A crowd of about 150 people watched on as cattle from western and northern Victoria, along with southern New South Wales,

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