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Demons downed in Bunyip River Cup

KOOWEERUP OVER 60’s Iona and Kooweerup Over-60’s fought out a very important battle on Sunday with ‘The Bunyip River Cup’ up for grabs at ‘Bob’s...

A massive prize up for grabs

The long and winding journey of the WGCA Premier Division season reaches a critical juncture on Wednesday when premiership fancies Tooradin and Cardinia collide...

Snooksy’s legacy lives on

Grown men shed tears as the Cardinia Cricket Club bared its soul on Saturday as it honoured one of its greatest characters and best-ever...

Two out of three ain’t bad

Cranbourne’s hugely popular Tricodes event will take on a slightly different look and feel this year when the unique meeting takes place at the...

International signing seals the deal

Melbourne City travelled north on Sunday afternoon to take on Central Coast Mariners and were looking to get back on the winners list after...

Softball stars return to the diamond

Casey Softball returned to the diamond a few weeks earlier than normal from the Christmas break this year due to a delayed start to...

Upset loss for Cranbourne

CRANBOURNE BOWLS Playing at home Cranbourne had high aspirations of a strong victory against Ferntree Gully but despite winning on three rinks came up short...

Weekend worries…mid-week wins for Lions

PAKENHAM BOWLS Midweek Pennant resumed after the Christmas break on Tuesday 11 January 2022 while the Weekend competition got under way again on Saturday 15...

Former local downs Swans

Despite suffering a loss in Tuesday night’s Vic Super Slam semi-final at the hands of the impressive St Kilda unit, it’s evident this Swans...

Storm and Warriors to ‘Unite for Tonga’

Melbourne Storm and the New Zealand Warriors will dedicate their upcoming pre-season NRL trial game at Casey Fields to the people of Tonga, raising...

Heart-break for improving Swans

“The guys were disappointed, any loss hurts… but specifically as close as that – off the last ball – it stings a bit more.” Casey-South...

‘Rotten’ problem child wins Warragul Cup

Pearcedale prodigy Kayla Cottrell pulled off another training triumph when NSW import Robbie Rotten won Friday night’s Group 2 SEN Track Warragul Cup final...

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Serial burglar’s hire-car tracked

A serial burglar has pleaded guilty to raiding construction sites across the South East in a hire car, Dandenong Magistrates’ Court has heard. Kevin Campbell,...