Tough day for Murray sides
As the sun set above the picturesque Rumbalara oval on Saturday afternoon, the Murray Football League’s seniors walked off the park having fallen 45 points short of Wimmera.
The interleague bye in the Murray League could not have come soon enough for Barooga’s netballers.
Yarroweyah squandered a 21-point half-time lead to lose its third match in a row, this time going down 87-117 at home to Deniliquin Rovers in the Picola and District Football League.
Taking on the Picola and District Football League’s reigning premier, Strathmerton’s seniors were looking for a response from the playing group after suffering their first loss the week before.
Getting inside an opposition team’s head can go a long way to winning a football match.
The 15th annual 54-hole golf tournament was completed last week with 260 participants from 67 clubs across NSW and Victoria competing.
Barooga has picked up its first win since the opening weekend of the Murray Football League season, downing Moama at Barooga Recreation Reserve.
Barooga continued its rough start to the Murray Football League season with a 28-point defeat against Deniliquin Rams at Hardinge St Oval.
Tocumwal Golf Club women visited Cobram-Barooga Golf Club to play in the annual River Murray Challenge between the two clubs.
Cobram-Barooga Equestrian Club held its Dressage and Show Jumping Championship last month.
Top of the table Waaia made light work of Yarroweyah on Saturday downing the Hoppers by 101 points in the Picola and District Football League.
An Undera footballer is fighting for his life after an incident during a Kyabram District League reserves game against Violet Town last Saturday.
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The Clark family has always had firm plans for a future in the dairy industry.
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