Mathoura hold heads high
Mathoura’s netball season ended with an 18 goal loss at the hands of Rennie.
It was like they had just won a final such was the jubilation from the Deni Rams players when the siren sounded on Saturday at the Hardinge St oval.
The Deni Rams will be desperate for a win in their last home game of the Murray League season when they host Tungamah tomorrow.
St Michael’s School had a strong showing at the NSW Netball Schools Cup regional finals held at Wagga last week.
Deniliquin Golf Club members are being asked to complete a survey regarding future improvements to the club.
Deniliquin Squash Club came up short against Kyabram in the latest round of the Intertown Squash competition.
Blighty Football Club has wasted no time preparing for the 2019 Picola & District League season securing the signature of current playing-coach Jack Tyndall.
Former Australian representative bowler Matt Flapper dominated at the recent Deniliquin Bowling Club annual Classic Pairs event.
Deni Rovers’ fourths look set to finish off the Picola & District League home and away season undefeated following a massive 94 point win over third placed Rennie on Saturday.
Deniliquin South Public School’s boys team came agonisingly close to claiming the Paul Kelly Cup, falling to reigning champion Knox Grammar by one point in the grand final at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Monday.
Heart and pride alone were not enough to get the job done for Mathoura against Katamatite in the Picola & District League on Saturday.
The Deni Rams were unable to hold off a strong finishing Rumbalara, going down by 82 points at Mercury Drive on Saturday.
The Bendigo Pioneers are calling all girls in primary and secondary school to head to Hardinge St Oval for a Youth Girls footy talent search event tomorrow.
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