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Battle for supremacy continues

The fiercest modern day rivalry in the Gippsland Soccer League takes centre stage this Saturday night, when Churchill United hosts Fortuna at Hazelwood South Reserve.

Valley girls ready to step up

If dedication is anything to go by, then Traralgon's Meg Ruyters will go a long way.

Flooding takes its toll

Despite the club's best planning, the Traralgon Tennis Association's synthetic clay courts were severely damaged by wild flood waters last week.

Physical footy clash

As the middle of the Mid Gippsland football season gets closer, teams are eagerly trying to set themselves up for the finals, which produced some exciting matches over the weekend.

No gift for Gld

The Gippsland Gift is unlikely to go ahead in 2012, after last year's event in Traralgon failed to attract crowd numbers.

Cricket under review

Cricket in Gippsland will be going under the microscope this Sunday.

Lions outclassed by Parrots

An undermanned Moe was blown away by top side Leongatha in a one-sided contest, losing by 113 points in Gippsland League football.

Soccer skills washed out

CENTRAL Coast Mariners star and former Morwell boy John Hutchinson paid a visit to the future stars of Gippsland soccer on Monday.

Big challenges ahead

YALLOURN Yallourn North takes on Newborough this weekend in Mid Gippsland football, following a heavy loss to Mirboo North that saw it slip to seventh on the ladder.

Tigers and Maroons to clash

MONDAY will be the Jason "Aker" Akermanis show when one of football's most colourful and controversial personalities dons the Tiger jumper against bitter rival Traralgon in Gippsland League footy.

Big jump in numbers

WINTRY conditions did not deter the 533 runners who competed in the Traralgon Harriers running festival on the weekend.

Get your alter egos on

TWO months ago Donna Bushby's goal was to skate around a rink without holding onto the edge.

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