Three former VFL players will join Tatura Football Club next season, with coach Scott Grigg saying it was a "huge relief" to get a yes from the players.November 27, 2012 5:24pm
New Tatura coach Scott Grigg has bolstered the reigning premier’s playing list with three former VFL players.
Ex-Casey Scorpions teammates James Wall, Rian McGough and Ben Waite will reunite again at the Bulldogs.
“They are going to really add to our local talent,” Grigg said.
“You’re always on a knife’s edge at this time of year, waiting for yes or no answers, but it was a huge relief getting the answer, ‘Yes’ from three boys who will be travelling together.”
They help offset the loss of premiership players Cam Trewin, Shannon Broadbent and Ryan Crawford (Deer Park), Andrew Browning (relocated to Sydney), Justin Murphy (Rumbalara) and Tim Little (Shepparton).
Read more in tomorrow’s Shepparton News.
A $22 million investment into developing the Nagambie region was announced this morning.
The Tungamah Football Netball Club has completed a fairytale season to clinch the Picola and District Football Netball League South East Premiership with an emphatic 106 point win over the Katamatite Tigers at Tungamah.
Billed as ‘Fabulous Flowers and Fine Food’, Tatura’s Anglican Church Parish had a successful fundraiser on Thursday, September 4.
Public consultation has started to allow electrolyte drinks to carry health claims despite their high sugar content.
Rochester Salvation Army volunteers are annoyed people are dumping unusable items outside the op shop.
Don’t write Ky off yet, says coach ahead of preliminary final
Seymour event packs out St Mary's College on Saturday night.
Star Tocumwal defender took her club's A grade best and fairest award last weekend, adding to her 2014 PDNL medal.
Mia Mia Cricket Club is about to field its first cricket team since 2001
Moira Shire councillors describe the municipality’s finances in a ‘‘fair’’ financial position, despite missing performance targets and a financial sustainability indicator falling into ‘high-risk’.
Minor premier Moama rose to the occasion in Saturday's Murray Netball League grand final, beating the Rams by 19 goals.
Water purchase costs rose by 27 per cent in 2013-14, the latest Dairy Farm Monitor Project has found.
More than 320 000 foxes and 1500 wild dogs had been eradicated under the bounty scheme in the past three years.
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