History awaits one of these two sides.By Chalpat Sonti
Whatever the result, some sort of history will be created on Sunday when the Seymour District Cricket Association’s A-grade champion is crowned.
The two left standing are Alexandra, which has never won the title in its brief stint in the SDCA, and Kilmore, which has been waiting 28 years to repeat its last success.
Both clubs have plenty of recent grand final history. Alexandra also hosted the 2011-12 decider, which it lost to Tallarook, while Kilmore was beaten by Avenel in the two grand finals before that.
Alexandra has virtually come from the dead to host the game. It looked beaten off in its last round-robin game at Avenel, but scored a miraculous victory to seal second place after both Nagambie and Kilmore faltered chasing small targets. The Redbacks then rolled a disappointing Lakers side at the weekend.
Kilmore has had the wood on Broadford since Travis Blackwell switched camps and so it proved again on the weekend.
Read about all the action in this week’s Seymour Telegraph.
Employees of Shepparton Safeway added their weight to a campaign to stop people sending text messages while driving.
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The move to extend the Tatura War Memorial area and honour Victoria Cross hero Robert Mactier with the erection of a statue in the Hogan St gardens named in his honour, continues.
Campaspe Shire councillors met at 1pm today to adopt the draft Budget in Echuca.
A Shepparton firm has been awarded part of the $2.2 million Rochester Reserve project contract.
Campaspe Shire Council's draft budget released today is pitched on delivering three key focus areas - people, place and prosperity.
Seymour were beaten by 45 points in the grand final replay against Tatura at Kings Park on Saturday.
Graham Gene Potter, 55, has been on the run since 2010 and police believe he could be in the Riverina area.
A pair of Costerfield farmers remain concerned about the quality of their water supply should a mine build its proposed evaporation ponds nearby.
Cobram fruit growers sacked by SPC Ardmona remain in limbo as they wait for confirmation on assistance packages they hope will help relieve the pressure of lost business.
A two-car crash in Deniliquin yesterday saw two people taken to the Deniliquin Hospital.
About 1000 SPC Ardmona workers, orchardists, politicians and community members rallied at Shepparton Showgrounds last Thursday to support local fruit growers and processors.
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