Sport Archive

Alberton board says ‘thank you’ and good luck

  IT WASN’T a merger between the age-old Alberton FNL and Mid Gippsland. We’ve been told that often enough. But it doesn’t mean the history of the Alberton League, stretching back to the 1880s, has been lost or that no one cares what happened

Jake Best leads Traralgon against Parrots

THE Gippsland League kicks into gear this weekend, after the Easter pipe-opener between Wonthaggi and Drouin, with three games in the traditional Saturday timeslot and one on Sunday.

Government and community on the same team at Inverloch

  INSIDE and out, after a $1 million-plus redevelopment, the Inverloch-Kongwak Football Netball Club’s netball facility looks… well, it looks a million dollars! And what better way to celebrate its opening last Saturday, by the Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale and Bass Coast Mayor

Author tackles new AFL projects

THE AFL Premiership Players Club is an organisation built to recognise the high-flying achievements in the game’s history.

Maund makes big Good Friday gesture

BASS horse trainer Ricky Maund will auction a five per cent share of a recently acquired colt and all proceeds will be donated to the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.

Tigers ready to roar with new reserve

The day and night will certainly draw big crowds if for the reason that this will be the first game of competition football to be held in Gippsland since 2019 and the only sporting event to be held on the first day of the

State championship once again for Croatto

LEONGATHA target shooter Dan Croatto claimed his fourth state championship in the 50m Prone event at the Melbourne International Shooting Club in Fishermans Bend last month.

Easter extravaganza

YOU couldn’t ask for a better return for local football.

Beau’s Bulldogs tested on return to Leongatha

  LEONGATHA and Phillip Island had a great tune up for the coming season, in fine warm conditions at Leongatha on Saturday and both teams seemed to get what they needed out of the day. And there was also a big crowd in attendance.

Never-say-die Diggers take COVID-year cup

OMK didn’t have enough runs. Their captain Daniel Mock admitted as much at the end of the A Grade Division One cricket grand final at Inverloch today, Sunday, March 14.

McRae stars in AFLW draft documentary

LOCAL sporting star Grace McRae was the subject of a recent documentary detailing her journey to the NAB AFLW draft.

Wonthaggi netball association needs you!

By Sam Watson THE Wonthaggi and District Netball Association is in need of some helping hands for the upcoming senior and junior seasons. In January, the association held its annual general meeting where it was deemed they didn’t have enough people to form a

Same great atmosphere at Stony Creek races

THE Ladbrokes Stony Creek Cup might look different this year but will still be the same fantastic event everyone knows and loves.