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The Border Mail
Lack of cricket frustrating reigning WDCA premiers Beechworth11 and 18 was the last time they played the longer form. A washout during the
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
11 and 18 was the last time they played the longer form. A washout during the second week of the following round against Benalla Bushrangers was followed by three one-day clashes before Christmas and early January. Extreme heat in week one... Read more
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The Border Mail
Twenty street artists to make big impression at Wall to WallLister, Callum Preston and Claire Foxton are among the world-class street artis
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Lister, Callum Preston and Claire Foxton are among the world-class street artists hitting the Wall to Wall Festival at Benalla next month. Ten male and 10 female artists will provide gender parity for the first time. Other artists include... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Despite a $62m injection, Victoria's native timber industry faces fresh crisisindustry? Why not support our local people?" Mr Craven said. "Why not support
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
industry? Why not support our local people?" Mr Craven said. "Why not support the people of Heyfield or Yarra junction or Benalla or any of these country regional areas? "Why would we want to put these people out of work and encourage or foster... Read more
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The Border Mail
Kylie Whitehead crowned Ovens and Murray Champion of Championsback the lead, but it was Jackson who finished the stronger. The combination o
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
back the lead, but it was Jackson who finished the stronger. The combination of Peter McLarty (Wodonga) and Kerri Leask (Benalla) secured the mixed pairs crown with a 25-12 win against Benalla duo Shawn McMahon and Sharon... Read more
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The Border Mail
FLASHBACK: The 2006 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton RelayFiona Hart of Yarrawonga. Mulwala. CommonwealthGames Queen's Baton Relay. Runn
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Fiona Hart of Yarrawonga. Mulwala. CommonwealthGames Queen's Baton Relay. Runner no. 27, Maria Rosa Taylor of Wodonga. Benalla. Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay. Runner no. 13, James Lloyd Fowles of Benalla. Benalla. Commonwealth Games... Read more
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The Border Mail
GOTAFE independent investigation ordered by ministerOvens Institute of TAFE to test allegations taxpayers money has been abused. G
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Ovens Institute of TAFE to test allegations taxpayers money has been abused. GOTAFE, which has campuses in Wangaratta and Benalla, has already been ordered to payback $1.7 million in funding related to contractual non-compliance for training... Read more
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The Border Mail
‘Payback’ a trigger for munitions dealpayback” for it and contractor Thales is a key factor in determining the length
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
payback” for it and contractor Thales is a key factor in determining the length of a new deal for munitions factories at Benalla and Mulwala. Defence Minister Christopher Pyne revealed last week that the federal government was committed to... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Wodonga snatch double chance with last round victory over Kiewa Valleya 97-74 victory over Kiewa Valley in the final round of A1 pennant at Kiewa on
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
a 97-74 victory over Kiewa Valley in the final round of A1 pennant at Kiewa on Saturday. With Corowa Civic going down to Benalla, the Bulldogs made the most of their opportunity to grab second spot by winning three of the four rinks. Peter... Read more
6d
The Border Mail
Yarrawonga Mulwala grabs top spot with outright win over Magpiesthriller. Colts were defending 125, but Joel Sanford’s 28 proved crucial. Ken
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
thriller. Colts were defending 125, but Joel Sanford’s 28 proved crucial. Kent Braden was superb with 6-28. And Benalla Bushrangers’ James Saker blasted 10 boundaries and two sixes in a top-scoring 81 against Greta. Benalla finished... Read more
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The Border Mail
Leaders City Colts desperate for early wickets against Delatitesaid. Yarrawonga-Mulwala looks destined for a convincing victory against Wanga
The Border Mail / Posted 8 days ago
said. Yarrawonga-Mulwala looks destined for a convincing victory against Wangaratta after amassing 8-308 last weekend. Benalla (1-48) can keep its outside chances of a top-four spot alive if they run down Greta’s 155. Rovers United-Bruck... Read more
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The Age
Barnaby Joyce: Why we can no longer believe Joyce's wordsJoyce Clearly we misunderstood Joyce when he claimed to be standing up for the
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Joyce Clearly we misunderstood Joyce when he claimed to be standing up for the institution of marriage Mark Brooks, Benalla So there's Joyce, espousing "family values". Yeah, right. Damien Ryan, Frankston One certainty about this saga, it... Read more
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The Border Mail
Benalla concrete jobs put at risk says Andrews Governmentproject by the Victorian Opposition yesterday. The Andrews Government announce
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
project by the Victorian Opposition yesterday. The Andrews Government announced last week 400 jobs would be created in Benalla to help build the tunnel. Benalla, a major centre in the Euroa electorate, will be home to a $60 million factory... Read more
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The Age
Grave state of affairs with rare grasshopper likely extinct in Victoriafind them in any of their native environments – but did locate a few in rural g
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
find them in any of their native environments – but did locate a few in rural graveyards in places such as Wodonga and Benalla. Then, the rural graveyards were simple fenced pieces of grassland. The daisies and native grasses grew thick and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Grave state of affairs with rare grasshopper likely extinct in Victoriafind them in any of their native environments – but did locate a few in rural g
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
find them in any of their native environments – but did locate a few in rural graveyards in places such as Wodonga and Benalla. Then, the rural graveyards were simple fenced pieces of grassland. The daisies and native grasses grew thick and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Munitions factories went from ‘ancient’ to ‘most modern in the world’manufacturing industry on the Border with investments like this week’s new cont
The Border Mail / Posted 10 days ago
manufacturing industry on the Border with investments like this week’s new contract with Thales Australia at Mulwala and Benalla. Speaking in Parliament question time on Wednesday, Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne described the company... Read more
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The Age
The Eureka flag: An ideological attack on union organisationswas some classy jewellery in The Coronation (ABC TV). It sure put all the wanna
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
was some classy jewellery in The Coronation (ABC TV). It sure put all the wannabes' bling into perspective. Ian Gray, Benalla Very disappointing. No reports of a footballer having a "stellar" pre-season. Or am I jumping the gun? Christopher... Read more
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The Border Mail
No big bang fearing as 640 jobs securedDefence Minister has ensured 640 jobs, tied to the making of ammunition and exp
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Defence Minister has ensured 640 jobs, tied to the making of ammunition and explosives, will remain at Mulwala and Benalla. Christopher Pyne said on Tuesday the federal government would enter a new contract with Thales Australia which... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Myrtleford happy with low-key start to Ovens and Murray seasonas the team most likely to climb into the finals. Myrtleford will play Goulbur
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
as the team most likely to climb into the finals. Myrtleford will play Goulburn Valley league heavyweights Kyabram and Benalla before rounding off its pre-season against a struggling Wodonga. “We would have liked to have picked up one or two... Read more
13d
The Border Mail
Wangaratta bow out of Ovens and Murray bowls finals contention with poor finishplayed a 25-all draw and YMGCR tasted their only victory when Rod Jones outgunn
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
played a 25-all draw and YMGCR tasted their only victory when Rod Jones outgunned Melissa Roberts 23-19. Ladder leader Benalla blitzed Kiewa Valley 113-62 at Benalla. While Chris Cooney and Matt Robertson were made to work hard for their wins,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Police car rammed as man flees from officers outside Benalla homeA POLICE car has been rammed in Benalla, with officers trying to track down the
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
A POLICE car has been rammed in Benalla, with officers trying to track down the man responsible. Police were called to a home in Faithful Street, near Goomalibee Road, about 7pm on Saturday amid reports of a family violence matter. A man arrived at... Read more
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The Border Mail
Yarrawonga-Mulwala blasts 300 to take control against Wangarattathe Hawks. However, the early loss of Luke Whitten for a duck put some pressur
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
the Hawks. However, the early loss of Luke Whitten for a duck put some pressure on. Greta battled its way to 154 against Benalla thanks to an impressive 72 from Andrew Squires in the lower order, while Samuel Gladstone (5-42) and Dale Stratton... Read more
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The Border Mail
Rovers United-Bruck fighting for a top-two spot in WDCA finalsto change that. The Hawks start their run to the finals at home to Ovens Valle
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
to change that. The Hawks start their run to the finals at home to Ovens Valley United this weekend, before travelling to Benalla and finishing with a bye. Captain Jordan Blades knows his side can’t afford to drop any points. “It’s pretty... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wodonga among quickest in state for ambulance responsea fall from 12.39 to 11.57 minutes. Drops were also recorded in the Alpine, In
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
a fall from 12.39 to 11.57 minutes. Drops were also recorded in the Alpine, Indigo, Moira and Towong council areas, while Benalla had a five second rise. Health Minister Jill Hennessy attributed the falls to a greater investment in the ambulance... Read more
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The Border Mail
Victorian and NSW squash clubs unite for new inter-town competitionthe Border, North East Victoria and the Riverina. Victorian-affiliated clubs i
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
the Border, North East Victoria and the Riverina. Victorian-affiliated clubs include Commercial Club Albury, Wodonga, Benalla, Cohuna, Corowa, Echuca-Moama, Milawa-Beechworth, Shepparton/Goulburn Valley Squash-Numurkah and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Wall to Wall Festival looks up as silo art joins programBENALLA’S street art festival will reach new heights in silo art this year. Th
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
BENALLA’S street art festival will reach new heights in silo art this year. The annual Wall to Wall Festival will include two satellite sites at Goorambat and Devenish, where leading artists will transform silos. The fourth annual festival will be... Read more
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The Border Mail
​Wodonga continues solid form in Ovens and Murray bowls pennantCivic 125-74. Robert and Jude Bartel and Dale Mastenbroek were comfortable win
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Civic 125-74. Robert and Jude Bartel and Dale Mastenbroek were comfortable winners for the home side while Civic’s Thomas Webb edged out Geoff Kidd 21-20. Wangaratta defeated Yarrawonga 106-84 and Benalla defeated an improving Ruthergle... Read more
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The Border Mail
Willett’s century sets up win for City Colts over BeechworthUnited-Bruck (101) defeated Wangaratta (43) by 58 runs in a game dominated by t
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
United-Bruck (101) defeated Wangaratta (43) by 58 runs in a game dominated by the bowlers, Yarrawonga-Mulwala (4-180) thrashed Delatite (71), while Benalla Bushrangers (134) were too strong for Ovens Valley United (89). Gre... Read more
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The Border Mail
Grassfire burning between Wangaratta and Sheppartondirection towards Tungamah Boundary Road. Earlier: There is a fast-moving gra
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
direction towards Tungamah Boundary Road. Earlier: There is a fast-moving grassfire burning at Yundool, heading towards Benalla. Twelve CFA vehicles are currently working on the blaze, which began in an paddock on Oliver Road about 11am. It... Read more
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The Border Mail
Man charged after Australia Day roadside fireA NSW man has been remanded in custody after a roadside fire south of Benalla o
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
A NSW man has been remanded in custody after a roadside fire south of Benalla on Australia Day. Benalla police said the fire began about 8.30am at the Reef Hills rest area on the Hume Highway, next to Reef Hills State Park. Senior Constable Bianca... Read more
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The Border Mail
​North East young guns make Victoria Country under-21 sidedo battle with Delatite, Rovers United-Bruck take on rivals Wangaratta Magpies
The Border Mail / Posted 22 days ago
do battle with Delatite, Rovers United-Bruck take on rivals Wangaratta Magpies and Ovens Valley United meet Benalla. The ladder is: Rovers United Bruck 72.04, City Colts 71.24, Beechworth 70.55, Yarrawonga Mulwala 63.93, Delatite... Read more
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The Border Mail
AUSTRALIA DAY AWARDS: North East stalwart exceeds service QuotaGOODBYE AND THANKS: Margaret Saker OAM, now of Benalla, farewells the Narooma c
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
GOODBYE AND THANKS: Margaret Saker OAM, now of Benalla, farewells the Narooma community last year. Picture: NAROOMA NEWS A Benalla resident’s contribution to her former community of Narooma has been remembered in Friday’s Australia Day... Read more
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Herald Sun
Hundreds of cockatoos found dead near BenallaLand, Water and Planning says the birds’ bodies were collected by wildlife offi
Herald Sun / Posted 23 days ago
Land, Water and Planning says the birds’ bodies were collected by wildlife officers near the Tatong township, close to Benalla, on Thursday. A number of the birds — from a protected species — will be tested to determine their cause of death,... Read more
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News.com.au
Hundreds of cockatoos found dead near BenallaLand, Water and Planning says the birds’ bodies were collected by wildlife offi
News.com.au / Posted 23 days ago
Land, Water and Planning says the birds’ bodies were collected by wildlife officers near the Tatong township, close to Benalla, on Thursday. A number of the birds — from a protected species — will be tested to determine their cause of death,... Read more
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News.com.au
Probe into dead cockatoos at Vic townLand, Water and Planning says the birds' bodies were collected by wildlife offi
News.com.au / Posted 23 days ago
Land, Water and Planning says the birds' bodies were collected by wildlife officers near the Tatong township, close to Benalla, on Thursday. A number of the birds - from a protected species - will be tested to determine their cause of death,... Read more
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The Border Mail
More than 100 protected cockatoos have been found dead near BenallaThe deaths of more than 100 protected Sulphur-crested cockatoos in Tatong, near
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
The deaths of more than 100 protected Sulphur-crested cockatoos in Tatong, near Benalla, are being investigated by wildlife officers. The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning is seeking information in relation to the incident from the... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Artist hopes to leave his ‘art prints’ overseas(VV) and Publika Shopping Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. He will deliver his winning
The Borneo Post / Posted 24 days ago
(VV) and Publika Shopping Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. He will deliver his winning piece at the ‘Wall to Wall Festival Benalla 2018’ where internationally renowned artists including Rone, Adnate, Askew, Ears, Choq, Shawn Lu, Putos, Slicer,... Read more
24d
The Border Mail
David O’Prey continues huge month with Tubbs Gift winning againThe David O'Prey-trained Tubbs Gift made it two wins from its two starts so far
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
The David O'Prey-trained Tubbs Gift made it two wins from its two starts so far this year with victory in race two at Benalla on Wednesday. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE Wodonga trainer David O’Prey has quickly put an 18-month drought behind him... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ice addict’s speeding put lives of the public at riskstarted on November 5 when Kirchen allegedly drove at 110km/h in a 60km/h zone
The Border Mail / Posted 26 days ago
started on November 5 when Kirchen allegedly drove at 110km/h in a 60km/h zone on the wrong side of the road through Benalla before officers called off the chase. “I can’t remember, get the proof,” she told police. Police prosecutor Senior... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Couple arrested after alleged interstate crime spreecouple allegedly stole from businesses in Clare and Blyth, and were caught driv
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 days ago
couple allegedly stole from businesses in Clare and Blyth, and were caught driving a car reportedly stolen from Benalla in New South Wales. The pair were refused bail and will appear in court later today charged with two counts of... Read more
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News.com.au
Couple arrested after alleged interstate crime spreecouple allegedly stole from businesses in Clare and Blyth, and were caught driv
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
couple allegedly stole from businesses in Clare and Blyth, and were caught driving a car reportedly stolen from Benalla in New South Wales. The pair were refused bail and will appear in court later today charged with two counts of... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Couple arrested after alleged interstate crime spreecouple allegedly stole from businesses in Clare and Blyth, and were caught driv
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 27 days ago
couple allegedly stole from businesses in Clare and Blyth, and were caught driving a car reportedly stolen from Benalla in New South Wales. The pair were refused bail and will appear in court later today charged with two counts of... Read more
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27d
Geelong Advertiser
Trainers push to reveal test levelsOthers Monday: Moruya, Bathurst Tuesday: Cairns, Taree, Terang Wednesday: Go
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 27 days ago
Others Monday: Moruya, Bathurst Tuesday: Cairns, Taree, Terang Wednesday: Gold Coast, Hawkesbury, Ballarat, Benalla, Port Lincoln, Pinjarra, Launceston (night) Thursday: Rockhampton, Tamworth, Pakenham, Narrogin Friday: Doomben,... Read more
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News.com.au
Trainers push to reveal test levelsOthers THIS WEEK Monday: Moruya, Bathurst Tuesday: Cairns, Taree, Terang We
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
Others THIS WEEK Monday: Moruya, Bathurst Tuesday: Cairns, Taree, Terang Wednesday: Gold Coast, Hawkesbury, Ballarat, Benalla, Port Lincoln, Pinjarra, Launceston (night) Thursday: Rockhampton, Tamworth, Pakenham, Narrogin Friday: Doomben,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Trainer eyes cup assault after victoryfit in nicely with this stage of his career. “If you could get to an Albury Cu
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
fit in nicely with this stage of his career. “If you could get to an Albury Cup and happen to win, then you might think he could continue to improve from there.” Widdison is set to take several runners to Benalla on Wednesday and Wagga on F... Read more
27d
The Border Mail
​Bulldogs back in business with comfortable bowls win over Yarrawongadefeating Graeme Goudie 42-16. Max Scanlan defeated Chris Langdon 22-18. Ruth
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
defeating Graeme Goudie 42-16. Max Scanlan defeated Chris Langdon 22-18. Rutherglen’s Bill Campbell took the honours against Thomas Webb 30-20. The clashes between Benalla and YMGCR and Kiewa Valley and Wangaratta were abandoned due to the... Read more
29d
Geelong Advertiser
Raceday focus: Flemingtonturnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to W
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 29 days ago
turnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to Wednesday, was down 12 per cent on the corresponding meeting the previous year. Next Wednesday’s twilight meeting will be at Ballarat, ­following day races at... Read more
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Herald Sun
Flemingtonturnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to W
Herald Sun / Posted 29 days ago
turnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to Wednesday, was down 12 per cent on the corresponding meeting the previous year. Next Wednesday’s twilight meeting will be at Ballarat, ­following day races at... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Flemingtonturnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to W
The Courier Mail / Posted 29 days ago
turnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to Wednesday, was down 12 per cent on the corresponding meeting the previous year. Next Wednesday’s twilight meeting will be at Ballarat, ­following day races at... Read more
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News.com.au
Raceday focus: Flemingtonturnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to W
News.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
turnover on the earlier meeting at Moe, which had been shifted from Monday to Wednesday, was down 12 per cent on the corresponding meeting the previous year. Next Wednesday’s twilight meeting will be at Ballarat, ­following day races at... Read more
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29d
The Border Mail
Replay of grand final headlines competition’s two-day returnfor just 84. Jon Hyde (3-12), Jordan Blades (2-11) and Jacob Schonafinger (2-1
The Border Mail / Posted 29 days ago
for just 84. Jon Hyde (3-12), Jordan Blades (2-11) and Jacob Schonafinger (2-15) led the way. Ovens Valley United will look to set up its first win of the 2017-18 season when it takes on the Benalla Bushrangers at Whorouly, while Greta has the... Read more
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