Athlete Emily Lawson needs Kyabram residents help in order to compete in the United States.April 30, 2014 8:03am
Kyabram's Emily Lawson took the Australian Junior Athletics Championships by storm and is now setting her sights on the World Junior Championships in the United States. on CAPTION: Kyabram's Emily Lawson took the Australian Junior Athletics Championships by storm and is now setting her sights on the World Junior Championships in the United States.
Kyabramites get the chance on Sunday to help send outstanding teenage athlete Emily Lawson to the United States to compete in the World Junior Athletics Championships.
A fundraising film The Lego Movie will be screening at the Kyabram Theatre on Sunday from 2
Cost is $15, which includes afternoon tea.
Emily, 17, displayed and confirmed her enormous sporting potential recently when she took gold in the Australian under-20 200
Allowed to compete in only one individual event in the world titles in Oregon, Emily has nominated the 400
In another sporting accolade, Emily has just been awarded South Bendigo Athletics Club’s most outstanding achievement for the 2013-14 track and field season, the Raymond C. Foley Most Outstanding Achievement award.
McEwen Reserve has handed reigning premier Tallygaroopna its second loss of the season and now sits on top of the Shepparton District Tennis Association pennant ladder.
The Yarrawonga Mulwala Cricket Club has hosted the first ever ACA Masters contest at the Stan Hargreaves Oval in Yarrawonga.
The regular annual tour of heritage-listed former Internment Tatura Camp One again this year attracted interest from Melbourne and Interstate visitors.
eHE IS a physiotherapist by day and a thespian by night.
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The Oriential Weatherloach has infested the Goulburn River.
The largest ever Strawberry Fields crowd turned out to enjoy the event on the Murray River at Tocumwal at the weekend.
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The rationing of infant milk formula on supermarket shelves reflects a higher demand for product rather than a shortage and Australian manufacturers have responded by ramping up production.
Mathoura car crash sparks grass fire.
Victoria’s strict dangerous dogs laws are considered a laughing stock by other countries, a canine behaviour expert says.
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