Sport

No panic stations but Magpies need a win

MOAMA takes on fellow NSW side Finley tomorrow in a crunch game in the Murray Football League.. The Cats won just the single game last year, but in a stunning turn of form are undefeated this season after three rounds.. Moama coach Mark Lloyd says

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Andrew Johnston
Apr 21 2018
Sport

Netball competition resumes

ECHUCA and District Netball Association’s Saturday competitions starts tomorrow.. There are still some vacancies in teams, so if players are still interested to play, they should contact the netball office on 5480 1725.. More than 250 players

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Riverine Herald
Apr 21 2018
Sport

River Murray Golf Challenge

Rich River. River Murray Golf Challenge. The third annual River Murray Golf Challenge was held at Murray Downs Golf and Country Club on April 15.. 56 golfers from Rich River golf Club played 56 from Murray Downs in a mixed fourball event with

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Riverine Herald
Apr 21 2018
Sport

Croquet report

Rich River. Rich River’s Kenn Boal represented Goulburn Valley in the Victorian Association Croquet Country Regionals and finished a creditable fourth.. On Tuesday, 20 members played doubles and Russ Smyth was the winner with three games

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Riverine Herald
Apr 21 2018
Sport

Bombers outpoint red...

Football. Under 16s — Echuca Bombers (9.12) 66 def. Shep Swans Red (4.6) 30. Echuca Bombers started the year at home in Sunday’s early game last weekend against Shepparton Swans Red.. Playing with 16 lads on the ground and three, very

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Riverine Herald
Apr 20 2018
Sport

Wild time on pitch

SATURDAY’S horrendous weather created havoc with hockey games in Echuca but the results were in Echuca-Moama’s favour.. Under 12 was faced with a forfeit as travelling team SYC was unable to field a full side.. All present played

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Riverine Herald
Apr 20 2018
Sport

Fast starts the goal...

ECHUCA has had its best start to the Goulburn Valley League football season in eight years, but no one is getting ahead of themselves at Victoria Park.. Coach Simon Maddox said his players have belief, but know they need to keep working hard

by
Andrew Johnston
Apr 20 2018
Sport

Lady Bombers fly high in cup

ECHUCA’S women’s footy side starred in the first Mass Nutrition Cup in Rochester on Sunday.. Going undefeated in their pool, the Murray Bombers made it all the way to the grand final of the pre-season cup before falling just short of

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Riverine Herald
Apr 20 2018
Sport

Sands of time turn Aussie skiing rep

From page 40. ‘‘You make changes according to the weather, things like moving your training to later in the day.. ‘‘But I’m also planning on taking a few trips up north to Queensland just so I can be skiing in a bit

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Riverine Herald
Apr 20 2018
Sport

United on road

ECHUCA United footballers are on a long road to redemption after beginning their season 0-3.. The Eagles fell short in the first three rounds of the Murray Football League against arch rivals Moama, Cobram, and most recently Numurkah.. United

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Riverine Herald
Apr 20 2018
Sport

Andrew Johnston

MOMENTS.. They define why we watch sport.. I’ve been watching football a long time now and been lucky enough to see some pretty emotional moments in our game.. As my editor did on Monday I’m going to — in no particular order

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Sport

Road trip into Arctic...

Netball. U15s — Echuca 46 def. Seymour 28. It was an early morning trip down the road to Seymour on Saturday for Echuca netballers.. Winter let them know it was just around the corner at 8.30am.. The girls were switched on early with a great

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Sport

Bowls report

Rich River. The club’s 21-up competition is now completed with Liz Easther defeating Rose Wheeler.. After a close match, the Rich River Ladies Championship Pairs winners are Rose Wheeler and Jan Hocken with Liz Easther and Marg Young

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Riverine Herald
Apr 19 2018
Sport

Magpies swoop in

Netball. Under 11s — Moama 3 lost to Mulwala 5. GREAT effort from the Moama netballers on the weekend.. Everyone tried their best, but unfortunately it didn’t go their way.. Awards went to Emily Lake and Willow Clark, but with everyone

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Eagles beat Blues

Netball. A BIG thank you to Echuca United’s sponsors this week, including Charcoal Chicken, Echuca Paramount, ENWH (Echuca Nail Wax and Hair), McDonald’s, ATS (All Tyre Supplies), KFC, De Trazani Hair, Subway, Petstock, Nifty’s

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Time to learn footy, netball

ECHUCA United’s next Dustin Martin or Caitlin Bassett could be discovered at the Net Set GO and Auskick programs which kick off at Echuca South Recreation Reserve on Friday from 5pm.. Net Set GO is Netball Australia’s only junior entry

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Raiders find it tough...

THE Moama Echuca Border Raiders were downed in emphatic fashion by Strathdale on Sunday.. Travelling away to Strathdale for the first game of their Bendigo Amateur Soccer League season, the Raiders were pounded 5-1 by a superior home side.. Raiders

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Gold for Wright

GOLD has been struck by Echuca-Moama athletes at the Special Olympics Australia National Games in Adelaide.. Although the Special Olympics Australia website had not been updated by the time of publishing last night, families travelling with the 11

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Riverine Herald
Apr 18 2018
Sport

Pirates on cloud nine

ECHUCA’S junior basketballers continue to set the world on fire with the under 14 Pirates now Victorian Country Junior Champions.. The side had a winning record throughout the tournament, en route to claiming the division two title &mdash

by
Andrew Johnston
Apr 18 2018
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