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Take it to the limit

By JARROD POTTER FROM the golf links to the world’s toughest race, Cranbourne Ironman Levi Maxwell has pushed his body to the limit and beyond. Maxwell,...

Touchdown on home ground

By JARROD POTTER A BRUISING come-from-behind victory was savoured by Berwick Diamonds Women’s Gridiron Team as they raised their helmets for their first ever win. The...

CCFL to go it alone

By DAVID NAGEL CASEY Cardinia Football Netball League clubs will continue to seek a withdrawal from their governing body, PCN Sports Alliance, despite AFL Victoria...

Casey meets cycling criteria

SCHOOL against school, rider versus rider... the challenge begins next weekend. Fresh off the success of the Victorian Schools Cycling Championships, Cycling Victoria has launched...

Cavaliers make Strong point

By JARROD POTTER A NEW start on and off the court is the main driver for Lester Strong signing on with the Casey Cavaliers. Strong has...

Shepley Oval up there with the best

By JARROD POTTER WHETHER Stingray or Panther, all athletes will benefit from the completed works to Shepley Oval’s main pavilion. The Keith Miller Pavilion at Shepley...

Dushan puts them up the creek

By JARROD POTTER DANDENONG DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION REVIEW - ROUND 2 (day 1) OUTMUSCLED on their home turf, Buckley Ridges was left to watch on as Berwick...

Swift holt to advance

By JARROD POTTER VSDCA REVIEW - ROUND 2 (day 1) SUBBIES’ south-east rivalry renewed again as Endeavour Hills (146) and Noble Park (1/66) locked horns at Sydney...

Swans get that sinking feeling

By JARROD POTTER CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE is one of three winless teams in Victorian Premier Cricket following the first four rounds of the season after dropping...

Spectaculars sent for six

By RUSSELL BENNETT and JARROD POTTER WEST GIPPSLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION PREMIER WITH Tooradin at 7/103 at Berwick’s Haileybury campus, Emerald seemed well-and-truly in the driver’s seat. But heroes...

League scraps new structure

By RUSSELL BENNETT AFTER just one season of its two-division structure, the Ellinbank and District Football League (EDFL) has reverted to its single tier, 15-club...

Pennant tams pounded

HAMPTON PARK BOWLS IT was a disappointing week all round for Hampton Park Bowls Club, with five out of the six pennant teams losing. Despite...

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Council indicates proposal to change lanes

Resident-reported safety concerns have prompted a proposal by the City of Casey to change a pair of Tooradin laneways to be restricted to pedestrian...