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Setback for local swim ace

Morwell local Elayna Pistrin was set to compete in the biggest competition of her young swimming career this week as she qualified for the...

Raiders duo earn life membership

CRICKET By LIAM DURKIN MORWELL Tigers Yinnar Raiders Cricket Club pair Jamie Winters and Liam Maynard were recently bestowed with the highest honour, with...

Four Quarters week 11

IMAGES from the plight of the Traralgon Football-Netball Club in the last week ignited a range of emotions. With the Maroons still dealing with a...

Maroons get on with mammoth clean-up

FOOTBALL/NETBALL By LIAM DURKIN IT has been all hands on deck at the Traralgon Recreation Reserve, as the clean-up from the storm damage continues. Traralgon Football-Netball Club...

Gippsland Ranges count the cost

ROLLER DERBY By LIAM DURKIN GIPPSLAND Ranges Roller Derby are counting the cost of flood damage. Club members and volunteers were on site Monday as the clean-up...

Gippsland football and netball is back

FOOTBALL/NETBALL By LIAM DURKIN THE Gippsland League announced the news every player, coach and supporter wanted to hear yesterday with just two words -...

Phoenix program is flying

By TOM GANNON NATIONAL Basketball League (NBL) team South East Melbourne Phoenix (SEMP) has joined forces with Leaders of Evolution to release the 'Take Flight'...

When Trafalgar nearly had a greyhound track

SPORT By LIAM DURKIN READERS of a certain vintage will surely be surprised to learn around 15 years ago a proposal was put forward that would...

Four Quarters week 10 – A look through sliding doors

By Liam Durkin and Zac Standish With regional sport on an extended break, the football loving public has been deprived of some potentially cracking matches...

Morwell’s Changkuoth Jiath stars in Hawthorn win

FOOTBALL By GREGOR MACTAGGART MORWELL export Changkuoth Jiath played a starring role as Hawthorn stunned Sydney by 38 points on Friday night. The Hawks produced their best...

Short and sweet season for Mid Gippsland

THE Mid Gippsland Football-Netball League has confirmed it will play a 13 round home-and-away season. The changes come amid the cancellation of rounds in...

Tigers history is on display

By ZAC STANDISH MIRBOO North locals utilising their two hours of outdoor exercise last week were greeted with a nice surprise when walking past the...

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Aoife’s Olympics comes to a close

TRARALGON'S Aoife Coughlan's Olympic debut came to a crushing end in the Round of 16 of the Women's 70kg Judo event yesterday, falling to...