AFTER months of waiting, the Latrobe City Roller Derby League has confirmed its next home bout.
WITH just four matches left in the TAC Cup home and away season, Gippsland Power coach Nick Stevens is "very happy" with how the team is placed.
AS soon as 17-year old Ben Currie jumped on a road bike, he knew the sport was for him.
With its top-five place in danger, Traralgon is geared up for a tough encounter when it travels to Moe in round 13 of Gippsland League football.
After losing to three of the bottom four sides earlier this year, Morwell has regained the momentum after defeating the top five sides in Gippsland League.
In a mini final bottom-placed Woodside will host eighth-placed Boisdale/Briagolong in North Gippsland football.
Last time Boolarra met Newborough, the Dogs embarrassed the reigning premiers with a 90-point thumping, but it is unlikely their round 13 Mid Gippsland clash will be as one-sided.
Running technique is one of the most neglected areas of sport, at elite and local levels, according to Denis Huffer.
The Southern University Games concluded last week with a bang.
Girls of the Latrobe Valley and South Gippsland now have the chance to play Australian rules football.
The Gippsland football community has rallied in recent weeks in a bid to help Leongatha footballer Beau Vernon.
Morwell completed the task of beating every side in the top five with a 38-point win over Leongatha.