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MDU remains ladder leader A Grade, Div 2

MEENIYAN Dumbalk United’s winning form has retained its position at the top of the ladder with a convincing win over Fish Creek/ Tarwin. The win was set up by Craig Hoober and Nick Eddy batting at three and four. With their openers leaving the crease without impact the pair formed a partnership of 85 runs […]

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Tourism thriving

PHILIP Botte, chair of Prom Country Regional Tourism was justifiably upbeat at the authority’s Annual General Meeting held in the function room at the Korumburra Railway Station on Thursday night, October 23. It has been another great year of growth for tourism in the region and the authority has played a leading role in developing […]

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Leongatha sushi shop now open

YOUKI’S Japanese Takeaway opened in Leongatha on Tuesday, October 28. The takeaway shop will open its doors at 11am and close at 3pm. It will be open five days a week from Tuesday to Saturday. Storeowners Sayuri and Peter Innes opened their first takeaway shop on Phillip Island eight years ago. They have a second takeaway […]

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Drawcards give wind to Australia Day Regatta

THE Inverloch Classic Wooden Dinghy Regatta will be held again over the 2015 Australia Day Weekend with two of Australia foremost sailors, with very different backgrounds participating, Jessica Watson OAM and Tom King OAM. Jessica became the youngest person to sail around the world solo and unassisted when she sailed back into Sydney Harbor in […]

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Parrots coaching appointments grounds for success

THE Leongatha Football Netball Club is happy to announce that senior player Nathan Lynch will be taking on the coaching job, for the U/18 team in 2015. The club will place a high emphasis on the integration between the senior and junior playing groups. With Matt Davies as the Reserves’ coach and Adam Sheedy as […]

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Crown glory

SOUTH Coast Athletics was in the spot light once again with Eleanor Patterson taking out the Athletics Australia Junior Athlete of the Year award at Crown on Thursday Night. South Coast Athletics President David Green, Eleanor Patterson’s coach, was awarded the Junior Coach of the Year Award. The award caps off a sensational year for […]

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Sport, studies and cooking

GRADE 5 students visited Mary MacKillop Catholic Regional College on Wednesday to experience a day of school at the Leongatha college. College Year 7 and 8 coordinator Tara Cox welcomed 163 pupils from 19 primary schools to discovery day. “Each year Mary MacKillop Catholic Regional College looks forward to welcoming the Year 5 students for […]

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Board riders take to waves

THE Bass Coast Board Riders officially started its surfing season with a junior competition for Under 16 surfers at Inverloch on Sunday. Thirty competitors hit the waves in an event aimed at participation and enjoyment. Despite the onshore wind and smallish swell, the heats and finals were hotly contested with some great surfing shown by […]

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South Coast stars hit the big time

THE South Coast Soccer Club Under 13’s team was surrounded by stars on the weekend, none bigger than Melbourne City’s David Villa. The boys were given the opportunity to be ball boys for last weekend’s A League clash at AAMI Park. They had prime positions right around the pitch to see the one-all draw unfold. […]

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Prices ease at Koony market

There were approximately 850 export and 200 young cattle penned, representing a decrease of 670 head week on week. Reports suggest the reduction in numbers was in response to a decline in demand for prime cattle in recent weeks. The usual buying group was present but not operating fully in a cheaper market. The young […]

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