Friday, 01 July 2022
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Magpies and Tigers excel

Magpies and Tigers excel

The highlight of round 11 of the East Gippsland football was the dominant win by Lucknow over Boisdale Briagolong at the Lucknow Oval on Saturday. Boisdale Briagolong headed into the match with plenty of confidence after defeating second placed Lindenow the previous week by 50 points and many people were of the opinion this may be a danger game for the inform Magpies. Obviously know one told...
Bombers flying, Cats faltering

Bombers flying, Cats faltering

Boisdale Briagolong was the big winner in round 10 of the East Gippsland football, the Bombers smashing the second-placed Lindenow by 50 points to keep a slim 2022 finals dream alive. Other winners were Wy Yung by 12 points over Stratford and Lucknow by 51 points over a disappointing Paynesville. Orbost Snowy Rovers (OSR) and Lakes Entrance shared the points after the match was abandoned just...
Redlegs fly to impressive second

Redlegs fly to impressive second

Bairnsdale recorded its second win of the Gippsland League season last Saturday,  defeating Warragul by 43 points at the Bairnsdale Oval. With no other football being played in East Gippsland on the Queen’s Birthday weekend and with the added attraction of the Big Freeze fundraiser, the game attracted an excellent crowd. Bairnsdale welcomed back Simon Deery and John Gooch from injury and...
Swans claim major scalp

Swans claim major scalp

Omeo Benambra and Lindenow South were big winners in terms of margin, but Swan Reach was possibly the biggest winner of Omeo District football in round nine last Saturday. The Swans claimed a significant win against a likely elimination final combatant in Swifts Creek at Swifts Creek. Coming off recent defeats to Omeo Benambra and Lindenow South, the Demons were keen to get back on the winners’...
Battle for top four heating up

Battle for top four heating up

Spots are up for grabs in the East Gippsland Football Netball Club top four after a couple of the leading contenders suffered disappointments during round eight. Apart from Wy Yung which is now two games clear on top of the ladder, the other spots are on offer in the coming weeks, with the remaining seven teams all realistic chances of making the four or at least playing a big part in shaping...
Clifton Creek horse takes first prize

Clifton Creek horse takes first prize

Clifton Creek owned stock horse Nonda Last Frontier claimed the $100,000 first prize at the World Championship Gold Buckle Campdraft held at Willinga Park on the New South Wales South-Coast last weekend.  Owned by Graeme, Jody and Casey Rozynski, the 10-year-old stallion was ridden by Mat Holz, of Modella. Campdrafting is a sport that requires outstanding skill and horsemanship – not to...

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