Kyabram and District Football Netball League matches begin this weekend, ahead of other local leagues.March 26, 2014 4:33am
Ready to get it on. Paul Burnett's Lancaster and Jake Lloyd's Rushworth launch their seasons with a night game this Saturday at Kyabram Recreation Reserve.
Kyabram and District Football Netball League gets a jump on other local leagues with four of the six games being brought forward from Easter weekend (round three) to start the season on Saturday.
The league gave clubs this option so they could have Easter off.
Saturday night Lancaster is hosting Rushworth at Kyabram, which is expected to draw a huge crowd.
Netball games start at noon and football at 3
A 10-year reunion for the Lancaster 2004 under-18’s premiership team that defeated Rushworth that year will also be celebrated.
For full story and league preview see this week’s print edition of the Free Press.
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