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WFL | Questions aplenty in Horsham, Minyip-Murtoa grand final decider

We preview the Wimmera grand final.

WNA | Minyip-Murtoa, Horsham Saints grand final to go down to the wire

A thriller awaits.

Southern Mallee Giants set sights on premiership hat-trick

Southern Mallee Giants will set their sights on a rare hat-trick of premierships after clinching back-to-back Horsham District football titles.

Natimuk United wins 2017 Horsham District A Grade premiership crown

Netball fans expecting an epic Horsham District A Grade grand final were not disappointed, with Natimuk United and Harrow-Balmoral battling out a thriller at Horsham City Oval.

Billy Hayes, Emma Koschitzke win Wimmera best-and-fairest honours

Toohey Medalist Billy Hayes and Hatcher Medalist Emma Koschitzke. Wimmer Football League and Wimmera Netball Association 2017 winners.

Nhill on-ball star Billy Hayes remained undecided on Monday night whether he would play in Wimmera Football League next year despite winning the competition’s most prestigious individual award.

Horsham’s Luke Carr to celebrate 350 games in Wimmera grand final

Luke Carr will play his 350th game in the WFL grand final.

MILESTONE: Prodigious football talent Luke Carr, 36, will wear his famous number 11 into his 350th and final game when he plays for Horsham in Wimmera league’s grand final at Dimboola on Saturday. Carr, a many-time Horsham premiership player, will play in his last grand final as his daughter Bianca, 11, takes to the court […]

Volleyball Horsham players off to the Gold Coast

Excitement is building for five Volleyball Horsham members as they prepare for the 2017 National Junior Volleyball Championships on the Gold Coast starting this weekend.

Former Minyip-Murtoa footballer Lachlan Delahunty in WAFL grand final

Former Minyip-Murtoa ruckman and key-position player Lachlan Delahunty, 27, will play in a WAFL grand final for Subiaco against Peel Thunder on Sunday. Delahunty, who previously played for Frankston in the VFL, polled 34 votes to finish seventh in this year’s best-and-fairest Sandover Medal count. Delahunty’s cousins and extended relatives Jordy, Mitchell, Kieran, John and […]

Sue Blizzard wins Clem Hall Memorial at Stawell

Sue Blizzard loves to run.

Horsham mayor encourages competition as council approves new petrol station

ESCO Pacific wants to build its solar farm on a parcel of land about four kilometres from the centre of Horsham, next to an electrical terminal substation, pictured, on the corner of Horsham-Lubeck Road and Riverside East Road.

Horsham Rural City mayor Pam Clarke hopes a council decision to green light a new petrol station in Horsham will boost competition and drive down fuel prices.

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