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Cavaliers crushed

By Gavin StaindlSATURDAY was not a day to remember for the Cranbourne Cavaliers as the Big V basketball team was handed crushing losses in...

Teams move up

TWO of Hampton Park's Tuesday bowls pennant sides have won promotion to higher divisions after performing extremely well in the 2010-11 season. Division 2 played...

Cobras clinch grand final

By Gavin StaindlTHE HEINZ Southern District Cobras are destined for Turf One of the Dandenong and District Cricket Asscociation for the first time in...

Rays’ triple treat

By Gavin StaindlTHE DDCA has entered an under-12, under-14 and an under-16 side to compete for the Victorian Metropolitan Cricket Union shield against the...

Cookie follows his passion

David Cook,WHILE it may not have been the most successful hobby, the excitement of horse racing has kept David Cook in the industry for...

Highs and lows for top hoop

LEADING Cranbourne jockey Peter Mertens has won his share of big races, but is yet to salute in his home cup. He is hoping...

Wall, the ideal role model

By Marc McGowanINNOVATION is proving to be a successful teaching tool at Lyndhurst Secondary College. The Cranbourne North school’s teachers continue to explore new ways...

Cranbourne Cup attracts top runners

By Stuart Teather THE Cranbourne Turf Club is tangling an impressive carrot in an effort to increase the calibre of this year’s Cranbourne Cup runners. The...

Undercover thief

A CRANBOURNE resident’s underwear has gone missing from their clothesline for the second time in as many weeks. Police said there had been two separate...

Greyhounds save face at Tricodes

By Marc McGowanTHE local greyhound community saved an otherwise bleak afternoon for home trainers at the eighth running of Tricodes Day at Cranbourne Racecourse...

Tricodes Day – three times the fun

By Stuart TeatherCRANBOURNE Racing Club’s Tricodes Day is back on track after the thoroughbred course received an all clear from stewards on Tuesday morning. There...

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Gideon Haigh’s new book, Crossing the Line: how Cricket lost its way, explores the Australian cricket team across a decade of radical change,...