A massive final-quarter onslaught from Echuca was enough to secure the side its first Goulburn Valley League under-18 premiership since 2008 yesterday.
When the dust settles and Barooga looks back on its Murray Football League season, the message will be one of progress.
If anyone else tore their calf in a semi-final they would not have played two weeks later, but that was never going to be the case for Tyson Sidebottom.
Choosing between Moama’s pillars at either end of the court for best-on-court honours in the Murray Netball League grand final would have required some serious thinking — but settling on goal keeper Jodie Lake seemed a just result.
Echuca’s under-18 squad had a score to settle yesterday.
Cobram’s perfect season was capped in style on Saturday as it convincingly defeated Deniliquin on the biggest under-14 Murray Football League stage of them all.
Nathalia’s Jarrod Maskell and Barooga’s Brodie A’Vard represented a rivalry as old as time in Saturday’s Murray Football League grand final.
The significance of Echuca’s first A-grade flag since 1996 was not lost on best-on-court Sheridan Townrow.
Nagambie has maintained top billing, going back-to-back as Kyabram District Netball League’s champion.
There were talking points aplenty from a stacked day of racing at Tatura on Saturday, culminating with See Me Fly taking home the Tatura Cup.
Only 21 men fit into a grand final side and Tallygaroopna coach Kevin O’Donoghue acknowledged the impact of the players that did not have the chance to pull on the red and blue jumper on Saturday.
Mulwala has returned to the top of the Murray Football League reserves tree after engineering a thrilling victory over Moama on Saturday.
Tallygaroopna had been the one to chase in the Kyabram District Football League across the season and it was unable to be caught by Nagambie.
POLICE are investigating the death of a man killed in a motorbike accident at a Bunnaloo property on Sunday.
Police are investigating after a man was found deceased on a property in the state’s south overnight. About 7pm yesterday, a 39-year-old man was located deceased under a motorbike on a private property on Nolan Road, Bunnaloo. Despite...
NOTHING could be more unexpected than meeting Makaila Ogden. In January, 2016, she was attending the funeral of the man of her dreams. Just five days after the service she found out she was pregnant with his child. Her brittle fragility, her...
A driver has been caught allegedly drink driving twice in Shepparton last night. Goulburn Valley Highway Patrol police detected a Toyota Camry sedan travelling along Northumberland Crescent about 10.20pm. The vehicle was intercepted and the driver...