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Bodies on the line

By JARROD POTTER SOUTH east female football stars made the most of their representative duties on Saturday - donning the blue and white jerseys of...

Low spirits after loss

By DAVID NAGEL PAKENHAM’S Toomuc Reserve is now officially Cranbourne’s haunted house after the Eagles lost another thrilling contest by one point in Saturday’s Casey...

Ridin’ out a storm

By JARROD POTTER VICTORIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE REVIEW - round 9 BONE-RATTLING hits, torrential rain and a closely fought clash - there’s not much more the VFL punters...

It’s a Wrap!

THE McDonald’s Mac Pack was in the local area recently to put Hampton Park junior footballers through their paces as part of the Mac...

Two Yongs make a right splash

By JARROD POTTER ALTHOUGH Brunei isn’t known as an overly aquatic country, it was the starting point for Casey TigerSharks swimmer Jayden Yong’s swimming odyssey. Born...

Hallam boys in the ruck

By JARROD POTTER HALLAM Senior College’s state rugby league pathway continued to cultivate talent with four representatives making the Combined Affiliated States team for the...

Miners dig in against Raiders

By RUSSELL BENNETT THE Berwick Miners celebrated 30 years of gridiron in Victoria in style with a 16-0 win over the Northern Raiders under lights...

Baird’s cavalry set final tone

By JARROD POTTER SENDING the fans off on a high, Casey Cavaliers shot their way to a four-point win over Coburg. A triple-header extravaganza left both...

Bianca’s Demons not behind her

By JARROD POTTER EVERYTHING about Bianca Jakobsson’s first football match this season was a new experience. Jakobsson, 21, from Skye, returned from a knee reconstruction she...

In a league of their own

By JARROD POTTER BUSTING their way through the packs of Western Australian, South Australian and Northern Territory scrums will be nine Hallam Senior College rugby...

A do or Dye affair

By JARROD POTTER Southern Football League NOT even a bag of eight from Peter Dye could help the Doveton Eagles fly to victory against Springvale Districts. Dye...

Eagles home in low-scoring game

By JARROD POTTER HORRENDOUS conditions left a wet-weather scrap between Cranbourne and Melbourne Uni, with the Eagles emerging out of the slop with a six-point...

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Kangas call time on Koop

Sacked Officer coach Doug Koop feels blindsided and disappointed after being dumped in extraordinary circumstances in the infancy stages of his sixth season at...