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Giants hang on for a close victory

Korumburra-Bena resisted a final term push at Warragul on Saturday, defeating the Industrials by seven points. The Giants played good attacking football with their on-ball brigade of the Snooks brothers, Macri and Monson holding up well in the contest. Goals to Cann and Jordy Hill finished off a good first term to the side as […]

July 16th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Trudie’s adventure continues

INVERLOCH’s Trudie Horskins will take another step towards becoming Australia’s Ninja Warrior after making the semi-finals of the Nine Network show on Sunday. The 40-year-old Aqua Aerobics instructor impressed with a strong performance and is thrilled her experience is continuing. “Ninja is by far the most epic adventure I have been on,” Trudie said. “Knowing […]

July 16th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Sturdy Tigers shut out Maroons

Stony Creek captain Dylan Zuidema played his 300th game for his side on Saturday but instead of celebrating with a win, visitors Foster spoiled the party. The Tigers played stifling defence, holding the home side to just two points over the first three quarters on their way to a 62-24 win. Foster coach Brad Rooney […]

July 16th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Parrots shut off Power

LAST season’s Best and Fairest winner, Tom Marriott, returned to the Leongatha side for the first time this season following a shoulder reconstruction to take on rivals Wonthaggi. The home side held the Power goalless in the first term as they soared to an unsurmountable lead in tough conditions. Coach Paul Carbis was happy with […]

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Mid Gippsland reaches out

The Mid Gippsland Football League (MGFL) announced last Friday that it remains open to accepting up to three individual clubs to apply to join its ranks for the 2020 season. In a media release, league president Gary Mathews expressed the league’s views on a solution to the unknown future of the Alberton league clubs. “The […]

July 16th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

South Gippsland volleyball success

Country Championships South Gippsland was the largest visiting club at Volleyball Victoria’s Country Championships in Bendigo last month. Five teams, 44 registered players and dozens of supporters meant the region was well represented at the tournament in its 50th year. Bendigo, as the host club, was the only team to have exceeded both teams and […]

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Invy do it for Cross

ADAM Cross broke the Inverloch-Kongwak senior games record on Saturday, playing in his 311th game. Cross has never played for the reserves, thirds or fourths at IK, playing all 311 games for the senior side. The team put together an impressive 109-44 home win over Garfield and dedicated it to him. “Crossy is an Inverloch […]

July 9th, 2019 | Posted in News,Sport | Read More »

Lloyd’s eight sinks Warragul

Suffering injury throughout the year, James Lloyd has been in and out of the Leongatha side this season. He all but announced he was back on Saturday though when his eight-goal haul helped the Parrots past Warragul 126-68 away from home. Leongatha coach Paul Carbis was more than happy with his forward’s performance. “He’s been […]

July 9th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Seagulls smash hobbled Magpies

A depleted Dalyston have again struggled to get a result and keep all of their players on the field. The team suffered three injuries including a suspected broken leg for Ryan Minahan in their 136-52 home loss to Tooradin-Dalmore. This takes their injury count to over a dozen and has coach Mark Lafferty wondering if […]

July 9th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Joel gets a break as titles delayed

  INVERLOCH’S champion jet ski rider, Joel Barry, has had luck fall his way with the second round of the World Freestyle Jet Ski titles now delayed until November. Joel suffered severe facial injuries in a freak accident off the coast while he was practicing for the titles and was in doubt to make the […]

July 9th, 2019 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

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