Leesa on big stage

Warragul Industrials player Leesa Guastella starred as the Giants accounted for the Magpies in the curtain raiser to the AFLW match between Collingwood and Greater Western Sydney.

Warragul Industrials player Leesa Guastella played on the big stage on Sunday when she took part in the curtain raiser match for the AFLW game between Collingwood and Greater Western Sydney at Morwell. Lining up for the Korumburra-Bena Giants in

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Review of footy

Warragul Industrials joining West Gippsland Football League and Yarragon joining the Ellinbank and District Football League are amongst recommendations of a Gippsland football review.

Sweeping changes to junior football, creation of a new senior league and the expansion of the West Gippsland competition to 12 clubs are the major recommendations from an AFL review into Gippsland football. The changes, detailed in an 88-page draft

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Dusties topple Cats

Josh Peterson takes a mark in Warragul Industrials win over Neerim-Neerim South to progress into the EDFL grand final.

Warragul Industrials (Ellinbank and district), Mirboo North (Mid Gippsland) and Inverloch-Kongwak (West Gippsland) booked grand final spots with their wins at the weekend. The biggest shock of the finals was Yallourn Yallourn North’s “straight sets” exit from the Mid Gippsland

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Dusties take over

The Warragul Industrials Football Netball Club has officially taken over the lease of the Club Hotel in Warragul. It has temporary closed the bar, dining and gaming venue while major renovations are undertaken. Renovations started this week on the gaming

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Dusties struggling to make finals

Nathan Sullivan spoils Brenton Lockhart during Longwarry's big 100-point win over the Magpies, with celebrations doubled as the Crows celebrated NAIDOC week with indigenous round matches against Garfield (juniors) and Poowong (seniors).

A six-point break has opened between the two teams at the bottom of the Ellinbank and District Football League “six” and the seventh team, Warragul Industrials, as the weeks to the finals tick down. Some targeted off-season recruiting had Dusties

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Clear course to footy finals

Catani's Brayden Kennedy spoils the marking attempt of Warragul Industrials player Jason Wells. The Dusties scored a strong win to keep in touch with the top six, just two points behind sixth-placed Nilma-Darnum.

  Ellinbank and District League finals’ hopefuls have a clear course to follow for the rest of the home and away season – keep winning to ensure a place in the top “six”. In Saturday’s round played on generally heavy

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