Sport

Tigers take home trophy

When it is not seniors, it is the lower grades at Central Park-St Brendan’s that just keep on winning.. It was a bittersweet evening on Thursday as the Tigers tasted success, winning the Greg Sidebottom Memorial Trophy after defeating Murchison

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Adem Barolli
Feb 19 2017
Sport

Hoops no barrier for John

Participants from far and wide travelled to Shepparton on Wednesday to compete in a two-day golf croquet tournament.. Played on the immaculate turf at Shepparton Croquet Club, 32 entrants from Victoria and the ACT competed across four divisions in

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Adem Barolli
Feb 19 2017
News

Suns still chasing first win of season

Goulburn Valley Suns will be looking to secure their first victory this season when they host Box Hill United tonight.. Playing at McEwen Reserve, the round three clash sees the Suns host an undefeated United side, coming off the back of two draws

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Adem Barolli
Feb 18 2017
News

Bears help Cats side

Rarely are football sides willing to give up players to their rivals.. But that was the case for Shepparton and Mooroopna which both will field sides in the region’s new women’s competition.. With the Bears the only open-age female side in the

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Lauren Bordin
Feb 18 2017
Sport

Getting the job done

Nagambie know exactly what needs to be done in order to make the Allan Matheson Shield finals.. Sitting fourth, the side is not guaranteed a top-four position as Kyabram attempts to make a late charge in its unpredictable season.. Every game has

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Lauren Bordin
Feb 18 2017
Sport

Ready to shine on court

Goulburn Valley exports are set to shine in the new Suncorp Super Netball league starting this weekend.. Mooroopna’s Fiona Themann will make her debut for Adelaide Thunderbirds in the side’s round one match against West Coast Fever tomorrow.. It

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Lauren Bordin
Feb 18 2017
Sport

Cats are tiger tamers

The reign is over.. Central Park-St Brendan’s has been dethroned as Cricket Shepparton champion — in one form, at least — after Mooroopna upstaged the king in the Twenty20 final on Thursday.. The Tigers’ dominance was one of folklore, but

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Oliver Caffrey
Feb 18 2017
Sport

Barlow, Brodie hoping to make Suns cut

Michael Barlow and Will Brodie will be looking to make their first official appearance in Gold Coast Suns colours this weekend.. The Shepparton exports have been included in the 29-man squad for tomorrow’s preseason match against Brisbane Lions

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Lauren Bordin
Feb 18 2017
Sport

Aiken hoping for Miracle

The Avenel big guns are set to fire tomorrow night when NSW launches its lucrative summer carnival at Menangle.. Trainer David Aiken floated his champion pacers Hectorjayjay and Lennytheshark to Sydney on Monday for vital engagements tomorrow

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Shepparton News
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Crows and Flames to battle for top spot

Goulburn Murray Cricket pits the top two sides against each other in the final round before finals.. Top spot is still up for grabs when Rochester United travels to Rushworth Recreation Reserve to meet Kyabram Fire Brigade.. The second-placed Flames

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Lauren Bordin
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Nathalia has two...

Nathalia faithful will be reading and seeing double this season.. The Purples have lured former Shepparton United captain Ryan Butler back to the club this year.. The four-time premiership Purple returns to the club after eight years, two flags and

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Tyler Maher
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Ky fuming, so gives...

The grass is not always greener on the other side, just ask Kyabram.. The Redbacks have strangely been forced to move tomorrow’s must-win game from Kyabram Recreation Reserve to Murchison because of the length of the grass.. The Redbacks were

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Adem Barolli
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Solid Tatura card

Action returns to Tatura and Shepparton Racing Club today.. The Friday race day at Tatura has eight races on the program, with the first at 1.30pm.. There have been four scratchings in Tatura Pine Shavings and Sawdust Maiden Plate, cutting the field

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Oliver Caffrey
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Cats won’t worry about rivals in pursuit of double chance

There is plenty on the line for Mooroopna and Northerners tomorrow.. A win would secure the Cats a double chance in the Haisman Shield finals, while the Jets are searching to complete a tough season on a high.. With the game played at the

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Oliver Caffrey
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Students desperate to improve mark before ultimate test

A run of three losses on the trot in the Haisman Shield has dropped Old Students from top contender, and only a game from first, to struggling to keep fifth place.. Captain Luke McPhilliamy still has hope his side can rectify the monumental slide in

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Tyler Maher
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Competition back in the spotlight with a Friday night fight

A Friday night spectacular has McEwen Reserve Gold taking on Old Students to restart competition in the Shepparton District Tennis Association.. With a match tonight there will be no chance of the heat striking out this contest, as it did for the

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Lauren Bordin
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Can kings be dethroned?

As one of the most successful country Victorian clubs in modern history prepares for yet another finals tilt, the rest of the competition must wonder why they even bother.. Much has been made of Central Park-St Brendans’ record recently, but the

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Tyler Maher
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Captains to appeal bans

Shepparton United and Undera are tonight challenging suspensions handed to their B-grade captains.. Cricket Shepparton whacked United skipper Brian Tacey and Lions counterpart Paul Wickham with one-game bans last week and the clubs are appealing

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Oliver Caffrey
Feb 17 2017
Sport

Baxter quietly goes...

If you bumped into the quiet and unassuming Ethan Baxter down the street, you would have no idea the lanky teen regularly breathes fire to rip the heart out of Haisman Shield batting line-ups for fun.. Baxter, 15, has almost unprecedented talent for

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Tyler Maher
Feb 17 2017
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