Bulls away

ANZAC Day saw the birth of a new junior football club, the Poowong-Loch Bulls.
The Bulls played its first game against Yarragon at the Loch Memorial Reserve.
The local community put in countless hours over the off season to establish the new club and was excited to hold its first home game on such a historic occasion as Anzac Day and at a venue that honours our rich military history.
There has been no football in Loch for more than 20 years, and the introduction of junior football has created unprecedented support from not only Loch but the wider community including Poowong, Nyora and Korumburra.
The historic match was closely contested with Yarragon running out two point winners, 2.1.13 to Poowong Loch’s 1.5.11.

Juniors: the Under 10 team with runner Rob Quaife.

Juniors: the Under 10 team with runner Rob Quaife.

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