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Archive for: April, 2016

2016-17 State Budget: Millions for Wimmera schools

The State Government will provide $4-million to upgrade and modernise Warracknabeal Secondary College.

HDFNL| Round four: Former Mallee sides in key showdowns

INTENSE: Edenhope-Apsley coach Michael Rowe tangles with Southern Mallee Giants’ Sam Weddell during Horsham District league action. The Giants proved too good for the Saints and have become one of the competition’s early pace-setters. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

All eyes in Horsham District league football competition this week will be on two former Mallee sides, as the four front-running sides go head to head.

WFL| Round five: Stawell Warriors set sights on Minyip-Murtoa

Just what would a win for Stawell over Minyip-Murtoa mean in Wimmera Football League this Saturday?
A fair bit, to say the least.

Horsham District netball| Round four: Southern Mallee Giants out to be a contender

Just how big a threat are the Southern Mallee Giants to the Horsham District league A Grade competition?

WNA| Round five: Horsham Demons, Warrack Eagles in grand final rematch

Round five of Wimmera Netball Association sees Horsham Demons take on Warrack Eagles in a rematch of last year’s grand final, where the Eagles came back in the dying minutes of the game to score a one-goal win over the Demons.

Moyston-Willaura searching for upset against Lismore-Derrinallum

MININERA LEAGUE: Moyston-Willaura will attempt to gain breathing space on the heels of Mininera and District Football League pace-setters when it takes on Lismore-Derrinallum on Saturday.

Wimmera hockey teams on the hunt for top position

Round three of Wimmera Hockey Association will be at Nhill’s Davis Park on Saturday, with top place on the ladder in two divisions up for grabs.

Swifts to wear special jumpers for Indigenous round

Swifts players will compete in specially designed jumpers during a Horsham District Football Netball League Indigenous Round match against Taylors Lake on May 14.

Western Phantoms primed to meet Yarra Ranges

Yarra Ranges makes the trip to Ballarat on Saturday to do battle with Western Phantoms across all divisions.

Phillip Cole shows class in breakthrough handicap win at Stawell

Phillip Cole estimated he might be able to run five kilometres in 25 minutes when he made his debut with Stawell Amateur Athletic Club at Stawell on Saturday.


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