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Archive for: June, 2018

PHOTOS | Dimboola and Minyip-Murtoa meet at Dimboola

SEARCHING FOR A WAY OUT:  Minyip-Murtoa’s Pat Purcell bursts forward into space. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

PHOTOS | Jeparit-Rainbow hosts Swifts at Jeparit

PRESSURE: Jeparit-Rainbow’s Ben Marra looks to dish off a handpass while Swifts’ Ben Martin reaches desperately to stop him. 

Horsham mayor Pam Clarke responds to rating, budget decisions

  Horsham Rural City Mayor Pam Clarke has made a statement in relation to Monday night’s special council meeting, which saw the council pass its rating strategy and budget for 2018-19. All councils across Victoria have the same requirements in the Local Government Act to put our rate strategy and budget out for community consultation […]

Recognition for senior Horsham archer Kevin Matuschka

Former senior tournament archer Kevin Matuschka of Horsham has won recognition at Australian Archery Museum Awards in Melbourne. Matuschka and fellow long-time competitor Hans Wright received the museum’s highest honour, the Historical Achievement medal. The medal is in recognition of competitors whose actions have created history in archery in Australia. Mr Matuschka has contributed to […]

Stawell’s Crystal Summers wins girls football top honour

TOP SEASON: Stawell’s Crystal Summers, pictured getting a kick away despite the efforts of Horsham’s Emily Severin, capped off a big season in Deakin University Female Football League by winning the competition’s best and fairest award. She won from Brianna Thompson from Timboon Demons. Hamilton Kangaroos won their first premiership on Sunday at Hamilton, beating […]

Challenge ahead for Swifts in district football

Horsham District football’s quiet-achieving Swifts will be far from quiet if they can bowl over Jeparit-Rainbow on Saturday.

Laharum Football Netball Club to raise money for cancer centre in memory of Robert ‘Mildew’ Matthews

TRIBUTE: Laharum Football Netball Club will host a ‘Keg for Mildew’ event in honour of late life member Robert Matthews, pictured with children Gerard Matthews and Leah Askew.

With the Grampians region suffering one of the highest rates of cancer in the state, you would be hard pressed to find someone not affected by the disease in some shape or form.

Rupanyup on hunt in district netball

Eighth-placed Rupanyup is on the hunt for a big Horsham District scalp and has set its sights on third-placed Kalkee this week.

Line in the sand for Warrack Eagles, Southern Mallee Giants

The Wimmera Football League finals hopes of Warrack Eagles are set to hinge on ‘Showdown Two’ when the Eagles take on Southern Mallee Giants at Hopetoun on Saturday.

Horsham Saints impress in Wimmera netball

Horsham Saints used a Wimmera Netball Association grand-final replay to throw the proverbial cat among the pigeons and will now target Horsham in another big game.


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