Sport

  • NEW LOOK ‘PIES

    Maryborough will be aiming to open the 2010 Bendigo Football Netball League season with a win when it takes on Sandhurst on Saturday night. The Magpies could unveil as many as 10 recruits in the clash under lights at the Queen Elizabeth Oval. After narrowly missing the cut for finals last season, Maryborough has been […]

    Read more »

  • Win to Laane Dunolly

    Laanecoorie Dunolly has cruised to victory in its Maryborough and District Cricket Association A reserve final against Beaufort. Requiring just 89 runs for victory in their second innings, Laane needed just 31 overs to chase down the total required of them. Thirty-seven runs to veteran Neil Davies and 22 to the equally experienced Ian McKenzie […]

    Read more »

  • Bushy take on ‘Pies in pre-season hitout

    The Maryborough Football Club and the Royal Park Football Club have joined together to forge ties between Maryborough’s major league club and one of the town’s district league clubs. The two clubs played off in a pre-season hitout designed not only to get players match fit before the start of the Bendigo Football Netball League […]

    Read more »

  • CLUNES CROWNED

    Clunes has clinched its first Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade premiership in more than 30 years, toppling the Maryborough side to claim the flag. Clunes would have been brimming with confidence going into the second week of play on Saturday needing just four wickets for victory after posting 312 in their innings and […]

    Read more »

  • MERGER TALKS

    With a VCFL review to be conducted in the region beginning next month, and many football followers bemoaning the state of country footy, as many clubs wallow in financial troubles and face recruiting difficulties, the LPFL board has developed the Goldfields District Football League proposal, which would see up to 19 clubs competing in what […]

    Read more »

  • IN CONTROL

    Clunes is poised to win its first Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade premiership in more than 30 years after its domination of the first weekend of play. A century to star batsman Dan Jordan helped Clunes to a first innings total of 312 in the four-day final against competition powerhouse, Maryborough. Maryborough went […]

    Read more »

  • Weekend of cricket finals

    Beaufort has toppled top side MKM to advance to this weekend’s Maryborough and District Cricket Association’s A reserve final against Laanecoorie Dunolly. Topping the A reserve ladder for most of the year, MKM was knocked from its perch by Beaufort on the back of some stoic batting from veteran Bill Mulcahy and a six wicket […]

    Read more »

  • IT’S DECIDED

    Clunes and Maryborough will face off in this year’s Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade grand final after they won their respective semi finals on the weekend. Clunes, who were promoted to A grade for the 2009-10 season after winning last year’s A reserve grand final, downed Carisbrook in their two day clash at […]

    Read more »

  • DUNOLLY’S FLAG

    Dunolly Blue is the premier team in the Maryborough District Ladies Bowling Association after comfortably beating Talbot 82-56 in Tuesday’s grand final in showery conditions. Venue was the Maryborough Highland Society and the Dunolly bowlers held an advantage right throughout the premiership playoff. The Dunolly Blue team of Heather Freemantle, Nancy Pike, Karen Cooper and […]

    Read more »

  • WIN FOR TIGERS

    In A men of the Maryborough Basketball Association last week, Tigers defeated Scribes to take second position on the ladder leading into the finals. Cam Rinaldi and Jayden Hooper led Tigers in offence, smart defence by T. Stewart and B. Collicoat kept the pressure on the Scribes offence. Ty Stewart and Lachlan Edwards kept Scribes […]

    Read more »