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Two in a row for Breakers

That’s two flags in a row for Phillip Island Breakers. The team includes, back from left, Luciano Scarlato, Andre Hetebueg, Chris Barnes, Stuart Davis, Jake Paulding, Fybian Chakaodza, Mitch Ryan, Stewart Bathgate, Dean Fak. Front, Thomas Morgan, Josh Green, Paul McCluskey, Geoff Russell, Tim

Sunday massacre at Stony Creek

Showing some dash through the centre is Phillip Island’s Will Van Diemen but he later reinjured his shoulder and is in doubt for the remainder of the final series. m523514 PHILLIP Island could not have been more impressive in completely dismantling Inverloch-Kongwak at Stony

Dalyston wins epic battle for place in grand final

Dalyston’s Hamish Dick tackles Kilcunda-Bass’ Bronson Interlandi in the semi-final clash at Cowes on Saturday. The Magpies’ tackling and pressure saw them overcome a 31 point deficit at half time to prevail by 11 points and book a spot in the grand final.  By

Parrots’ U14s lift the cup

Leongatha’s Under 14 celebrate after their win in the Central Gippsland Junior Football League grand final. WHILE the Leongatha Senior Football club has had a miserable year, with no teams making it through to the finals, the juniors have been far more successful in

Bend it like Elijah

Off to the big leagues: Elijah Tracanelli will soon leave Australian shores in search of soccer’s Holy Grail – a permanent place in an English junior development squad. Leongatha youngster bound for West Ham and Wembley By Liam Charles SOUTH Gippsland may soon be
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