SDCA A-grade competition produces a surprise final.CHALPAT SONTI January 16, 2013 4:37am
Broadford and Nagambie will be out to create their own slices of history on Sunday after defying the odds to make Seymour District Cricket Association one-day cricket grand final.
Both sides won at the weekend, knocking out rivals Seymour and Kilmore from contention in contrasting wins, and combined with Tallarook’s defeat of previously top-of-the-table Alexandra, have created a showdown few would have foreseen before the weekend’s games.
Neither club has won the one-day title previously. The game will be played at Broadford from 12.30
Final one-day ladder: Broadford 30 (1.54 per cent), Nagambie 30 (1.33), Alexandra 30 (1.31), Kilmore 24, Seymour 24, Tallarook 12, Eastern Hill 12, Avenel 3.
City of Greater Shepparton Mayor Jenny Houlihan urges people to continue supporting SPC Ardmona after yesterday’s funding announcement, but also warns it could mean less jobs in the future.
Mulwala Thirds full forward Gus McMillan kicked his 100th goal for the season on Saturday.
Murchison and Tatura SES units were two of 26 Victoria State Emergency Service volunteer units to receive an allocation of new equipment this week as part of the annual AAMI equipment handover program.
A 277-hectare fuel reduction burn will be held from Thursday to Saturday.
Rochester resident Phyllis Thompson raised concerns about the pedestrian crossing outside the post office VicRoads recently.
Girgarre Primary School students relate what the best book is they have read and why.
The death of Arthur Cole is the passing of a true gentleman.
A commemorative plaque to mark 100 years of Berrigan Red Cross has been unveiled outside the Berrigan RSL Club.
Peter Maine has traken over the president's role for Heathcote Tourism and Development.
Cobram service sees crowd commemorate 48th anniversary of a key Vietnam battle.
The region is holding out for winter rain.
A $100 million investment program will recommence following parent company Coca-Cola Amatil's decision today to invest $78 million into SPC Ardmona.
Vale Pat Gardner, 1916 - 2014 whose last wish was for the Benalla ceramic mural to be listed by the National Trust.
- Benalla unveils its refurbished old shire offices which are now the Civic Centre
- Support Light the Night in Benalla next month
- Poppy Smith celebrates her second birthday, having survived a heart defect.
- Benalla Rural City Council announces intention to re-appoint CEO Tony McIlroy
- Benalla Art Gallery appoints new director
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