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EDFL review – round 7

By Ken MooreKOOWEERUP remains in contention for a top six berth after a comprehensive 48-point victory over Bunyip on Saturday. It was the Demons...

Chin’s up, and so are his mates

THE MORNINGTON Peninsula under 18s defeated Hampden by 56 points in Saturday’s curtain raiser. The young Sharks had the perfect start after Beaconsfield goalsneak...

EDFL review – round 7

By Ken Moore CORA Lynn has shot to premiership favouritism after it performed a 96-point demolition job on one of its biggest rivals, Warragul Industrials,...

Sharks were Berry, Berry good

By Mark GullickTHE MORNINGTON Peninsula Sharks produced a supreme team effort to defeat the Hampden league by 49 points in the WorkSafe Country Championships...

Once were warriors- Tooradin-Dalmore president Derek Genoni is adamant that the Seagulls will

“YOU make no mistake about it, mate, this club will be back as a power and winning premierships ... and sooner than later,” Derek...

Our Ben nets history

By Ben HopePAKENHAM’S Ben Dixon will be the youngest Victorian to umpire netball at the highest level after recently being awarded an A-grade badge....

Ben’s ready for UK tour

PADDING up against the Poms in cricket’s motherland; it’s the stuff of fantasy for most Australian blokes. Pakenham teenager Ben Spicer is about to become...

Dandy stings ‘Bushies’

DANDENONG has snatched top spot on the TAC Cup ladder after an ominous 40-point win over the Murray Bushrangers in Wangaratta on Saturday. The Stingrays,...

Power failure

By Paul PickeringGIPPSLAND coach Damian Carroll said it was sloppy footskills – rather than the absence of key players – that denied his team...

A Berry good tactic

THE MPNFL Sharks’ 49-point weekend win over the Hampden League confirmed the competition’s status as among the top four in the VCFL and also...

Mexican stand-off is not for Paul – Pakenham Regional Tennis Centre manager Paul Kleverlaan...

By Paul PickeringAS if running Pakenham’s new multi-million dollar tennis complex wasn’t enough, Paul Kleverlaan somehow found time to pop over to Mexico and...

Round ball fever strikes Bunyip

By Paul PickeringWORLD Cup fever has hit the fledgling Bunyip and District Soccer Club. The Strikers’ senior team, which this year became the first of...

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Social housing ‘built for good’

As the demand for social housing increases within Cardinia shire, five organisations have come together to create ten short-term affordable houses for women and...