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Sights set on Olympic dream

After 17 years of trap shooting, Glengarry's Andrew Brady has clinched his first open national title.

On the record

Moe's Paul Carter could be nicknamed 'Mr Statistics'.

Bulldogs storm home

A host of missing premiership players did not stop Sale City's new players from standing tall to kick-start its premiership defence, with a 52-point thrashing of Glengarry.

Great start for Maroons

Last year's premiers Traralgon started the new Gippsland League season with a 76-point win over Warragul - its first round one win in four years.

Bloods overcome Demons

It was a good-looking start to the season for the Mid Gippsland Football League, with competitive and exciting matches played across the league.

Sixth time lucky for Morwell RSL

After six consecutive losses at the Duke of Edinburgh Shield, the Morwell RSL finally won its venue pennant in the competition held over the weekend of 31 March.

Powerful thriller

Loy Yang B Gippsland Power scraped home by one point against the highly rated Calder Cannons at their home ground in Cragieburn.

Getting bigger and better

For 44 years, the Traralgon Marathon has attracted runners from across Victoria.

On target

Twin City Gippsland archer Peter Bennett has overcome a case of food poisoning to win the open male clout title at the National Archery Championships, earning him a spot in the Australian team which will compete at the World Championships in France later this year.

Bombers on the hunt for players

The Yallourn North Junior Football Club fears it will not be able to field an under 14 side this season.

Racing to win

Last week Moe's Liam Faltum cruised past the opposition to win the under 18 male expert mountain biking division of the Australasian Schools Cup.

Injured Rams sneak home

Churchill United made it through to the Battle of Britain Cup final for the first time since 2007 with a 2-1 win over Traralgon Olympians on Sunday afternoon.

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