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Thursday, May 26, 2022

Sport

MURRINDINDI: Yea Golf girls blitz red

Wednesday (Jan. 19) saw the fifth round of the Gender Challenge with the Ladies taking all 85 points to take a 65 point lead in the competition. The day was Red Tee day with both Men and Ladies teeing off the red markers. Winner with 43 points was Helen Burnet (54) from second Judi Newman

MURRINDINDI: Yea Golf gender challenge

With four rounds played of the Gender Challenge the Yea Golf Club men have a slender lead of 20 points. Wednesday (Jan. 12) saw the competition being a par event with the winner being Christine Simmons (23) on CB with +4 from second Neil Peterso (14). Third was Jan Wealands (28) on CB from Michael

MURRINDINDI: Girls’ footy team at Yea

Yea Football Netball Club is relaunching a girls footy team in 2022. Training will start on Wednesday, February 9. Training sessions will be held from 5.15pm-6.30pm on Wednesdays and Fridays. Contact Steve Brunt (Coach) on 0436 427 143

AFL Outer-East Scores

PREMIER DIVISION SENIORSNarre Warren 18.15 (123) d Olinda-Ferny Creek 5.11 (41). Dove3ton 9.6 (60) d Wandin 7.15 (57). Olinda-Ferny Creek 12.15 (87) d Upwey-Tecoma 6.7 (43). Beaconsfield 13.12 (90) d Narre Warren 5.14 (44). Woori Yallock v Cranbourne. Pakenham: Bye.PREMIER DIVISION RESERVESNarre Warren 14.18 (102) d Olinda-Ferny Creek 3.3 (21). Narre Warren 10.15 (75) d

SDCA Latest Scores

Seymour District Cricket AssociationA-GRADEEastern Hill 6/86 J Buttler 2/22 R Hanson 2/25 v Kilmore 8/132(cc) M Davern 34* D Tassone 26 DG O’Sullivan 3/31 J Sutherland 2/14. Kings Park ReserveBroadford 4/196(cc) R Mason 63 A Wood 43 JC Martin 41* B Hickey 25* DJ Zoch 2/18 def Pyalong 9/86(cc) D Sowden 36 AL Gurney 2/10

SDCA: A-Grade cricket results

A-GRADEKilmore 6/137(cc) J Buttler 43 B Dawson 25 JP Ryan 4/16 v Pyalong Broadford 130 JC Martin 36 R Mason 30 B Hickey 25* B Coyle 3/22 M Itter 2/18 K Winnell 2/27 def Tallarook 120 C Muir 43 B Coyle 42 AL Gurney 4/11 J Connell 2/18 Seymour 9/101 L Drummond 37 MC Woldhuis

NILLUMBIK: High praise for Kate

Diamond Creek’s Kate Moloney has been recognised in State Parliament for her achievements as co-captain of the Melbourne Vixens. Yan Yean MLA Danielle Green described Kate as one of Diamond Creek’s favourite daughters. “She started her playing career at Sacred Heart Netball Club, and she backed up the premiership by being the Vixens’ 2020 Sharelle

MURRINDINDI: Alexandra races cancelled

Alexandra Racing Club’s unlucky streak has continued with the cancellation of the first meeting for the 2020-21 picinc season. “All picnic meetings from Saturday, October 24 up to and including Saturday, November 7 have been cancelled which will affect meetings at Alexandra, Healesville, Mansfield and Balnarring,” said a Racing Victoria statement. The 2020-21 picnic racing

BANYULE: North-East Link cash for local sport

Watsonia Football Club and Plenty Valley Cricket Club will have a new home at Binnak Park in Watsonia North, with cash from the North-East Link Project negotiated by Banyule Council. This follows Banyule Council’s withdrawal from a Supreme Court Judicial Reviewagainst the State Government over the Link. The temporary home for Watsonia Football Club and

MITCHELL: New lights at Broadford

The Broadford sporting community was looking forward to officially ‘flicking the switch’ on four newly installed 30-metre high light towers at Harley Hammond Reserve Oval this month. Due to the new Stay at Home restrictions, this has been delayed to a later date. Each tower houses four LED lamps that can be set to 50

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