There were plenty of laughs for a serious cause at a women’s Pink Stumps fundraiser cricket game for the McGrath Foundation.BARBARA SUNGAILA February 27, 2014 4:10am
Heathcote Double Woops and the Commercial Marshmallows played for the McGrath Foundation. Photo: Sally Watts
The Heathcote Double Woops took on the Commercial Marshmallows on Saturday morning in the women’s cricket game of the Pink Stumps fundraiser for the McGrath Foundation.
The netball club’s Double Woops claimed a 10-run victory against the team from the Commercial on a technicality after it was reported that one of the hotel’s players was not actually female.
The Commercial Hotel was, however, given an early advantage by the addition of a canine player who proved more adept at catching balls than the humans on the field.
At the time of going to press the dog’s gender had not been confirmed, nor had the final scores.
An average of one person a day attends Goulburn Valley Base Hospital either in an intoxicated state or with a history of risky alcohol consumption, an emergency department specialist says.
The Yarrawonga Pigeons will have to regroup after being dismantled by the Tigers in the OMFNL second semi-final.
Transition Tatura held a successful film festival, Communities Shaping the Future: a Day of Conversations and Films on Saturday, August 30.
Councillor Tom Weyrich has been re-elected mayor.
A building damaged in the Rochester flood in 2011 will be repaired using a Victorian Government allocation.
Hawthorn star visits Kyabram
Seymour Garden Club members remember the organisation's founder.
On Saturday, for the first time in Jerilderie Football Club's history, the Dees won three consecutive senior premierships.
Tellurian Wines’ Daniel Hopkins was thrilled to receive the top prize in the inaugural VIC100 wine awards at Federation Square in Melbourne.
Moira council has urged community to support Nathalia Men’s Shed to complete the project.
Deniliquin couple and foster carers Christine and David Donald are encouraging people to take on a foster child.
Apples were the food most seized and destroyed at Australian airports in 2013-14, but Fruit Growers Victoria is not alarmed.
William 'Bill' Cleeland was inducted into the Shell Rimula Wall of Fame last week in recognition of his lifetime of service to the transport industry.
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