Sport

Bowls report

Rich River. Last week Rich River club play was on hold while the club’s Golden Mallet competition was being played between the nine qualified members.. The best performer in singles play of each month qualifies for the play off handicap event

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Riverine Herald
May 26 2018
Sport

Carnival time on the river for lawn bowlers

MOAMA Bowls Club held its annual May Carnival recently.. There was a two-day mixed fours, men’s pairs, ladies pairs, mixed pairs, along with the Bob Gilmour and George Lynch trophy competitions.. The two-day mixed fours, held over May 12 and

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Riverine Herald
May 26 2018
Sport

Bush footy punt: Sportsbet pushes AFL stars on Cats

ONLINE gambling is betting its next stage of growth will be at the grassroots level of local sport.. And AFL Goulburn Murray has admitted it has been blindsided by the announcement gambling giant Sportsbet had signed a sponsorship deal with one of

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Riverine Herald
May 26 2018
Sport

A hole day to support tourism

FIFTY golfers braved blustery conditions for the recent Echuca Moama Accommodation Association Golf Day.. The event is held to raise money to support tourism in the Echuca-Moama region.. Most of the money goes to Echuca Moama Tourism but funds have

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Riverine Herald
May 26 2018
Sport

Davie ready to blaze a...

THE road will be a long, dusty and treacherous one for Sam Davie.. But the 220km-plus Tatts Finke Desert Race is not new to the 23-year-old Echuca motorbike rider — he has competed three times before — and this time he is going for the

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Riverine Herald
May 25 2018
Sport

PDFNL milks sponsorship

THE future of Picola District Football Netball League is financially secure after it entered into a long-term naming rights sponsorship with Sungold Milk.. The brand is a division of milk power Saputo, which recently acquired Murray Goulburn

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Alex Mitchell
May 25 2018
Sport

Finals boost and...

SHOWTIME.. Echuca United and Tongala football teams will face off for the Campaspe Cup tomorrow afternoon in round eight of the Murray league.. Given the positions of the respective clubs on the senior football ladder (the Blues are 10th, the Eagles

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Andrew Johnston
May 25 2018
Sport

Murray Bombers chase first victory in a month

ECHUCA footballers will be looking to bounce back on to the winners’ list this week when it travels to Mooroopna in round seven action of the Goulburn Valley League.. Having lost its last three matches before the interleague break, the Murray

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Riverine Herald
May 25 2018
Sport

Rivals clash in crunch game for final hopefuls

ECHUCA UNITED would stamp its brand of netball on the Murray Netball League if it beats high-flying Tongala tomorrow.. Rohan Starkey’s side is on a great run of form, having not lost in the past three weeks — the perfect run of form to

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Riverine Herald
May 25 2018
Sport

Inside story of GV’s win at home of footy

WHEN you have only been in town for five minutes, and you’ve only played six games for the best team in regional Victoria, the last thing you expect is to be asked to play for the interleague team.. And to be honest, after my performance at

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Riverine Herald
May 25 2018
Sport

Andrew Mole

MUCH is being written – and said – about controlling parental incursions onto the football arena at junior sport.. Thankfully, not only does it not appear to be an issue in the twin towns; it is not even on the radar of clubs or cops

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Andrew Mole
May 24 2018
Sport

Bowls report

Moama RSL. INDOOR bowls results from last week saw 19 players take part in three games of 10 ends.. The winners on 47 points were Pamela Reyment, Isobel Wallis and Paula Barkham.. Runners-up with 36 points were Peter Pavone, Ron Stranger and

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Riverine Herald
May 24 2018
Sport

Heizer takes it to the...

THE Echuca Moama Mountain Bike Club held their biggest event of the year on Sunday, with the racing of the All the Rivers Moama Five Mile MTB Three hour Enduro.. Some 127 riders made the trip to the Five Mile track to compete, with club president

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Riverine Herald
May 24 2018
Sport

Girls’ silky skills bamboozle Tatura

Echuca Youth Girls 12.9 (81) def. Tatura 1.0 (6). A TERRIFIC effort of team play, and hard work in the packs, saw the Echuca Youth Girls football team thoroughly deserve its win against the determined and improved new team of Tatura at its home

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Riverine Herald
May 24 2018
Sport

B-52s pack too much power for dogged EMUs

SUNDAY saw the EMUs head to Bendigo to face the B-52s at White Hills Oval for round four action in blustery conditions to celebrate Men’s Health Round.. The EMUs had what was a three-goal breeze in the first quarter but were unable to use it

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Riverine Herald
May 24 2018
Sport

Focused Echuca too good

IT’S hard to sugarcoat Sunday’s result.. Echuca was so dominant in the Northern Country Women’s Football League, it’s opponent — Nathalia — didn’t score a point for the day.. In contrast, the Murray Bombers

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Riverine Herald
May 23 2018
Sport

Racing off the beaten...

SCHOOLCHILDREN from across the region competed in Campaspe District Cross Country event on Friday.. The top 12 placegetters in age group move on to the regional finals.. Results:. 9/10 Girls: 1st: Ruby Morley (208), 2nd: Mia Arthurson (208), 3rd

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Riverine Herald
May 23 2018
Sport

Philip gets ‘life’...

PHILIP Thorn has done almost everything at the City of Echuca Bowls Club.. And now he has been rewarded for it.. At last week’s AGM, Thorn was named a life member, following in the footsteps of his late mother.. In fact, the bowls club is in

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Riverine Herald
May 23 2018
Sport

All’s fair as...

THE Echuca Moama Rockets began their 2018 season on Sunday, with round one of the CVGT Cup being played in Wodonga.. While the Rockets were only able to claim one win from their four matches, the team were rewarded with “The Team Fair Play

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Riverine Herald
May 23 2018
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