External funding sought for Trafalgar recreation expansion

The Trafalgar Victory Football Club have been vocal in their support for the new precinct funding.

External funding will be sought for a $3.2 million development to expand the Trafalgar recreation precinct. Trafalgar Victory Football Club last week welcomed Baw Baw Shire’s decision to endorse concept designs and seek funding for a much-needed facility that will

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Warragul United fall just short

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It’s been a tough State League 1 campaign for Warragul this year and wins have been difficult to achieve. This extended to the United’s game against Doveton on Saturday, going down 1-2. Endeavour and fortitude have never been in question,

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Dragons on top

Reece Harrison (centre) and Sandy Benson (right) were both judged best on ground for Drouin in the men’s reserves game.  Reece scored a hat-trick of goals as the Dragons won 5-0.  The sit top of the ladder. 

Drouin Dragons Soccer Club travelled to Korumburra on Sunday with perfect conditions producing great football. Spectators were treated to some high scoring, entertaining games. Drouin still sits at the top of the ladder in under 14s, under 16s and men’s

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United stunned

Taking control of the ball and moving it forwards is Warragul United’s Jim Mills on Saturday.

Warragul conceded two early first half goals in their State 1 round 10 loss versus Casey Comets. The home side lined up identically to that of the week before.  Liam Andersen in goals.  Backline of Oscar Sceney, Matt Gauci, Robbie

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United too good

Warragul United soccer player Paul Kuols celebrates a goal on Saturday in athletic style.  Getting into the spirit of the celebrations are teammates Matt Gauci, Samuel Gatpan and Oscar Sceney.

In men’s state one action, Warragul faced Mornington at home on the weekend.  A side that sat just one point ahead of United. A win over Mornington, who have always been one of Warragul’s bogey teams, would see them advance

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Gala for girls

Miriama Cooper from Drouin Dragons Soccer Club played in the Gippsland Soccer League's under 14 team that took on Bayside United under 12s.

Drouin Dragons Soccer Club hosted a girls’ soccer gala day recently, which coincided with the last week of the club’s free Mini Roos junior program. About 350 people turned up to the event including players, parents, coaches and spectators on

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Dragons roar to flags

Drouin Dragons under 16 team were successful in taking out the grand final.  Pictured (back row, from left) are Brock Paltridge, Michael Wilkinson, Lasaro Tuimateo, Lachlan Brown, Josh Cavallin, Samuel Buckingham, Harry Graham, Rico Ercoles, John Ercoles (coach), front row Henry Grant, Brodie Carter, Kieran Hawkins, Jordan Carter, Lachlan Beer and Joel Van Raalte.

Four junior teams from the Drouin Dragons Soccer Club travelled to Mirboo North on Sunday to compete in the Gippsland Soccer League grand final. The Drouin Dragons under 12 team scored a convincing 4-0 victory over Leongatha in the grand

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MiniRoos kick goals

Harvey Watkinson, Henry Bruce and Nathan Camier celebrate the end of the MiniRoos season.

Warragul United Soccer Club held its final day of MiniRoos for season 2018 on Saturday. The 95 MiniRoos braved the cold weather to compete in their final games for the year and enjoyed some activities, food and trophy presentations for

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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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