Dragons close gap

Drouin’s Chris Davies looks for a path around his Dandenong White Star opponent.

The Drouin Dragons put in a competitive effort against one of the strongest teams in the state league division five competition in round 18 action on Saturday. Having suffered some heavy defeats at the hands of Dandenong White Star in

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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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Dragons conquer Strikers

Bunyip’s Declan Bishop finds his way around his Drouin opponent during the state league division five match.

Drouin Dragons state teams travelled to Bunyip on Saturday for a tough match between the two local state five soccer clubs. Played in pretty ordinary weather with gusty wind and driving rain, Bunyip Soccer Club put on the pitch lights

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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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No luck for Drouin

Jody Cooper plays in Bunyip’s 1-0 loss to Lyndale.

Drouin state league teams travelled to Somerville with its Seniors producing one of the better performances of the year. Right from the start, Drouin forced Somerville to play to their pace and style but unfortunately trailed 1-0 at half-time. In

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Gummer returns to Dragons

Melbourne Victory W-League player Alex Gummer returned to her junior club, the Drouin Dragons, to take players through their paces.

Melbourne Victory player Alex Gummer returned to her home club to put Drouin Dragons junior players through their paces during the club’s recent information day. Now playing with Melbourne Victory in the W League, Gummer began her soccer career at

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Dragons’ historic day

Drouin Dragons player Paul Gummer boots the ball into attack, urged on by a parochial Drouin crowd.

Saturday was a historic day for Drouin Dragons Soccer Club, participating in the Football Federation Australia Cup for the first time in its history but unfortunately going down to Dandenong White Star 3-1. The club is participating in the FFA

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