Yea hosted Broadford in a cut-throat semi- final over the weekend. Yea won the toss and elected to bowl. Broadford looked settled early before Steiner dismissed Hobba caught at backward square. This started a small run for Yea taking early wickets seeing Broadford 4/38. Mills strode to the wicket in a attacking fashion but adventually
The Local Paper this week has extensive coverage of local sport including bowls, cricket, football, netball, horse racing, golf, shooting and cycling. There are details of the combined Lions-Rotary Golf Day to be held at Whittlesea, a two-page photo spread from the Alexandra Races, and photos from the ‘Valley Vicious event at Healesville. Pick-up your
There was an excellent crowd at the Alexandra Race Club meeting held on Saturday (Feb. 29).
Healthy crowd numbers were recorded at the Yea St Pat’s Race Club meeting held on Sunday (Feb. 23). Three photo pages were assembled by the Local Paper photographer.
Thornton-Eildon will not field Seniors and Reserves men’s football teams in 2020. TEDFNC President Dave Stirling made the announcement today (Fri.), citing the departure of key personnel, and the inability to recruit replacements in time for the season which begins on April 18. Thornton-Eildon were due to be one of nine teams in the Seniors
Wednesday saw another fantastic turnout of 34 golfers for the 7th round of the Gender Challenge. P laying stroke and putting, competition was strong with Ladies Captain Vicky Butler (34) winning the day on CB from Allan Thatcher (21) with a nett 68. Third was Graeme Bryant (23) nett 69 from David Ngo (22) 70
BARCLAY SHIELDResults. Diamond Creek 4/105 TN McLean 41 J Adams 30 J Henkel 2/49 def Epping 104 A Licovski 29 DR Gilbert 4/15 M Keenan 3/31 Plenty 128 CC Prasad 39 K Singh 27 S Shelton 4/29 N Pietsch 4/31 def by Rosanna 1/132 DC Marsh 52* S Sheehan 42 Lower Eltham 7/93 MD Costa
Our photographer was at the Waranga North Eastern Football League reunion at Avenel today (Sunday). Here is a preview of our photo spread to be published in this Wednesday’s issue of The Local Paper.
ABC Radio National reporter Amanda Smith was at the Kinglake Memorial Reserve on Australia Day (Sun., Jan. 26) to assemble a report for the Sporty program due to go to air at 10.30am on Saturday (Feb. 1). Ms Smith wanted to enquire about the value of sport in the community recovery since the 2009 ‘Black
A tender for the female friendly change rooms, and the renewal and upgrade of the disabled toilet at the Yea Recreation Reserve, was authorised at the January 22 meeting of Murrindindi Shire Council. Councillors voted unanimously to support a motion from Crs Eric Lording and Bec Bowles to accept the tender for the lump sum