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Bowls club searches for new home options

WONTHAGGI Bowls Club is seeking a new home. With some 130 members and big tournaments played at the current site on Billson Street, the club needs room to grow. Its biggest issue is the parking situation. Sharing the parking with local businesses, members are often forced to park in two hour zones or lug their […]

November 20th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Sheep-dogging trials return

The dogs were out with herders on-field for the annual sheep dog trials at the Korumburra Show Grounds, November 12-14. The handlers competed in five categories of increasing and varied difficulty, starting from farmers progressing in difficulty to encourage, novice, improver and open levels. Judge Barry McKenzie explained the scoring process and provided observations. “Handlers, […]

November 20th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

I-K wins cricket title

INVERLOCH-KONGWAK Primary School won the regional cricket championship at the Traralgon West sporting complex recently. Inverloch/Kongwak’s girls team competed in three games throughout the day and won all three. They played St Mary’s Newborough, winning 203–96; Newhaven College, winning 203–93; and Maffra, winning 147–80. They then played Woodside Primary School in the final. I-K batted […]

November 20th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Stony Creek season set to kick off with a cocktail

Leading Cranbourne trainer Michael Kent will join members and friends of the Stony Creek Racing Club for the launch of the 2018/19 season racing season at Stony Creek this Friday, November 23. Club president Michael Darmanin said the night was always a terrific launch for the coming season, and this year, a great opportunity for […]

November 20th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Girls’ social footy underway

GIRLS’ social footy kick started at Wonthaggi’s Butch West Oval last Wednesday. Thirty four girls and women – aged between 13 through to 40s plus – took part, allowing two games to be played. As well as representatives from the Bass Coast Breakers, participants also came from the Nyora Women’s Football Team, Dalyston Netball Club […]

November 20th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Horses on course for Burra classic

IT was a sea of horse floats in Korumburra on the weekend for the Agricultural and Pastoral Society’s prestigious Kiernan Plant Hire Korumburra Show Jumping Classic. With more than 250 rounds of competition there were classes catering from the more professional to the amateur rider at the Korumburra Showgrounds over the weekend. Korumburra society member […]

November 20th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Skaters on film

LOCAL skaters showcased their talent in front of a camera at the Inverloch skate park on Saturday. The YMCA hosted a clip comp. Skaters had three hours to achieve the best clips with plenty of prizes up for grabs. Participants could skate, BMX or scoot. YMCA event coordinate Darren Marks said around 30 people took […]

November 15th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

Volunteers thanked for magnificent reserve

LEONGATHA’S proud sporting history starts with its exemplary sports hub. The Leongatha Recreation Reserve has been well maintained by its committee of volunteers for many years and services an abundance of sport and community groups. These clubs include the tennis, croquet, football, cricket, table tennis, golf, small bore, little athletics, umpires association, netball, basketball, swimming, […]

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Saario recognised for commitment to volleyball

  TOM Saario was recently awarded the Contribution to Refereeing Award for the 2018 Volleyball Victoria State League season. Tom is a highly valued stalwart of Korumburra Volleyball Inc and a life member of Volleyball Victoria. Contribution to Refereeing recognises an individual’s outstanding dedication and contribution to refereeing within, and outside of, the State League […]

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Holly bound for China

MEENIYAN’S Holly DeGaris will soon be heading off to China for the experience of a lifetime. Pony Club Australia has been working in China for the last two years to develop the equestrian industry and education for young riders. Pony Club Australia regularly sends Australian coaches to centres in China to train and accredit the […]

November 15th, 2018 | Posted in Sport | Read More »

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