Warranor’s Duncan Ireland named junior footy coach of the year

At the presentation are (from left) Warranor coach Duncan Ireland, AFL Gippsland’s George Morgan and Warranor president Graeme Carter.

Warranor Junior Football Club under 10s coach Duncan Ireland has been recognised by the Australian Football Coaches Association, awarded junior coach of the year for his outstanding work at the level. His fun and value driven approach to the game

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Kicking goals with $50,000

Warranor Junior Football Club president Graeme Carter welcomes the $50,000 funding announcement by Member for McMillan Russell Broadbent.

A new spectator pavilion is a step closer for Warranor Junior Football Club after receiving a $50,000 grant as part of the federal government’s Community Sports Infrastructure program. Member for McMillan Russell Broadbent said the funding would go towards the

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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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