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Experience clashes with youth

WOORINEN is backing a plethora of grand final experience to get them over the line in today's A-grade grand final against Tyntynder.The Tigers are on the hunt for their third consecutive flag in their fourth straight grand final while the Bulldogs will b

16 September 2017 in Regional
 

It's our time: Tigers

SIX years in the making. The smiles said it all last week after the Tigers escaped with a six-point preliminary final win against Swan Hill. Picture: AARON COOPER

16 September 2017 in Sport
 

Experience clashes with youth

WOORINEN is backing a plethora of grand final experience to get them over the line in today's A-grade grand final against Tyntynder.The Tigers are on the hunt for their third consecutive flag in their fourth straight grand final while the Bulldogs will b

16 September 2017 in Sport
 

It's our time: Tigers

SIX years in the making. The smiles said it all last week after the Tigers escaped with a six-point preliminary final win against Swan Hill. Picture: AARON COOPER

16 September 2017 in Regional
 

Blues eye a sixth straight flag

KERANG president Rob Fisher has asked his side to do their best to put aside the off-field noise and focus on the job at hand.Kerang's Bronson Booth will miss today's CMFNL grand final due to a broken jaw suffered in the second semi-final. Picture: PAMEL

16 September 2017 in Regional
 

New look ahead at gallery

A DECK and large extended lawn area will be constructed across the front of the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery to bolster outdoor performances and events. Work started on Wednesday to give the area near the gallery and Spoons Riverside on Monash Drive a

11 September 2017 in Regional
 

Marie's ace effort

AS a golfer, there are few better feelings than watching a tee shot disappear from sight and into the hole. It's a feat that many never experience, as Murray Downs golfer Marie Cruickshank hadn't until 2005 after almost 40 years of playing. Mrs Cruicksha

11 September 2017 in Sport
 

Marie's ace effort

AS a golfer, there are few better feelings than watching a tee shot disappear from sight and into the hole. It's a feat that many never experience, as Murray Downs golfer Marie Cruickshank hadn't until 2005 after almost 40 years of playing. Mrs Cruicksha

11 September 2017 in Regional
 
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