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  • MCDFNL looks for Interleague win

    Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League coach Wayne Driscoll has one thing on his mind ahead of tomorrow’s interleague clash with the Horsham District Football League at Princes Park — and that’s victory. Driscoll, who served as an assistant coach to Geoff Dixon in last year’s interleague loss to the Loddon Valley Football Netball League […]

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  • Magpies back on track

    The Maryborough Magpies have improved on previous weeks’ performances in the Bendigo Football Netball League to go down to the Sandhurst Dragons on Saturday. While the Magpies led at two of the breaks during the match, it was the Dragons who led by 20 points at the final siren to take the four points at […]

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  • Venues gain life saving equipment

    All venues in the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League now boast life saving equipment. Each of the 14 clubs in the league from this week will have a defibrillator permanently at their home grounds. While several of the clubs in the league already had the units at their grounds, all clubs now have access […]

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  • Redbacks remain undefeated

    Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League ladder leader Carisbrook has fought off its toughest challenge for the year so far, surviving a last-quarter surge from Natte Bealiba to win by 19 points under lights on Saturday. The Redbacks remain undefeated, but it took some doing, as Natte put a scoreless second term behind it to […]

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  • Dellavedova named in Olympic squad

    Maryborough basketball product Matthew Dellavedova has moved one step closer to achieving his Olympic dream. Coming off a stellar season with US college St Mary’s, Dellavedova has been named among a 25-man Australian Boomers training squad in the lead-up to this year’s London Olympics. Also named as part of the training squad were NBA point […]

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  • Campbells Creek snap losing streak

    Campbells Creek coach Sean Smith says his club is on the rise after the Magpies snapped a 20 game losing streak to record an emotion-charged eight-point win over rivals Harcourt on Sunday. In a physical, and at times, spiteful, Castlemaine Derby, the Magpies came from behind to bring an end to their losing streak, and […]

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  • MCDFNL squad named

    The Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League has named a 54-man training squad ahead of its May 26 interleague clash with the Horsham District Football Netball League. Led by coach Wayne Driscoll, the squad will hold four training sessions before a team is finalised ahead of the interleague showdown at Princes Park. Driscoll said earlier […]

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  • Rovers and Dunolly down to the wire

    Maryborough Rovers have made it two wins in as many weeks after scoring a nailbiting five-point win over Dunolly at Jubilee Oval on Sunday. Rovers kicked to the Caravan Park end with a strong breeze and Brad Fraser got the home team off to a good start inside two minutes when he slotted a 40 […]

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  • City hosts orienteering championships

    The bushland around the outskirts of Maryborough will be the scene this weekend for the 2012 Victorian Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships. Three races will be conducted throughout the weekend’s championships with two in Maryborough. Competitors will be out to prove their best with the event a selection trial for the world championships teams, both junior […]

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  • Carisbrook on top under lights

    Carisbrook has flexed its footballing muscle in the opening round of the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football Netball League, downing a disappointing Lexton by 51 points. Hosting the Tigers under lights at the Carisbrook Recreation Reserve on Saturday night, the Redbacks’ superior ball use by both hand and foot proved the difference, along with a four […]

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