CBL | Breakers end season with another missed opportunity
Benalla Breakers’ final match of the season epitomised their year. It was one of missed chances. The Breakers have seen a massive improvement from their inaugural 2018-19 season.
Benalla Lady Breakers’ inaugural season came to an end on Sunday, but despite finishing the year bottom of the pack, there is plenty to look forward to in 2020 for women’s basketball in the region.
In a terrific effort, Benalla Racing Club’s recent Comfort Inn Benalla Kids Day Out raised $4151.40 for the Victorian Bushfire Appeal. General manager Cam Symes said the club was “absolutely thrilled” with the event’s success.
A massive effort from Benalla’s Mitchell Nicholson couldn’t bring the Bushrangers’ A-reserve squad back from the brink in their match with City Colts, as the visitors held on for a three wicket win on Saturday.
Benalla Bushrangers A-grade side has pulled of their biggest scalp of the season, beating City Colts by 50 runs on Saturday. And it was the winning partnership of Benalla’s James Carboon (51) and Josh McCallum (49) which sealed the win.
For Conor Brodie, watching a kid who may have not been the best batter or bowler improve is one of the greatest things about being involved with junior cricket.
Benalla’s Finn Walsh and Liam Thivillier-Lefebvre are gearing up for this year’s Australian Open with perhaps the best seats in the house.
For the Pop and Doughie Hide Memorial Day, 42 bowlers played in this annual event which included some visitors from Moira and Swanpool.
With nothing to lose this Sunday, the Benalla Breakers are aiming for two wins away from home in their final games this season.
Heading into his second year as senior coach of Goorambat, Sam Gladstone is confident his side will make major strides this year.
An initial lack of volunteers for 2020 saw crisis talks held at the Samaria Suns in recent weeks, but the club says this is all in the past after a commitment was made by several club members to put their hands up to help.
Benalla duo Dale Stratton and Conor Brodie had star turns with the ball in the opening day’s play of the Bushrangers’ contest with City Colts.
It was a day of doubles at Benalla on Sunday when Mansfield trainer Gerald Egan and his apprentice jockeys staged a late blitz on the six-race card.
Violet Town’s quest to rise back up the Kyabram District League table this year will begin with a number of stern challenges on the field and court. The Towners finished in 13th last season on both the football and netball ladder, meaning the first...
After a action-packed year of sport in Benalla and District in 2019, test your knowledge with The Ensign’s sports quiz.
A 33-year-old Shepparton man has been identified as the victim of Monday’s fatal collision in Arcadia. The man, originally from NSW, was involved in the collision at the intersection of Euroa-Shepparton Rd and Karramomus Rd about 11 am...
A driver has died following a collision with a truck in Arcadia this morning.
The Hume Freeway is closed towards Melbourne, just outside of Wangaratta, due to a truck rollover. Emergency services are on site. Motorists are advised to detour at the Great Alpine road exit to get back on to the Hume Freeway. Northbound lanes...