Sport

  • GARRY’S ON TARGET

    Fourteen – year – old Garry Sluce’s golfing career has continued to blossom in recent months. The Maryborough Education Centre student has been a member of the under 14 Victorian Development Squad for two years. Garry’s present handicap of 4.6, is the lowest for his age in the squad. The young Maryborough Golf Club member […]

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  • MKM GETS UP

    MKM batted well to overtake Colts Phelans’ total of 8/181 in A grade of the Maryborough and District Cricket Association on Saturday at the Ron Sinclair Oval. Colts opener, Aaron Balzan batted well to be the mainstay of the innings and accumulated 63 runs in a top knock. Ben Hoban managed 24 in an opening […]

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  • Talbot defeats Avoca

    Talbot Gold proved too good at home against the previously undefeated Avoca Red to win 85 shots to 55 in the fifth round of the Midlands Bowls Association pennant competition on Saturday. Not only did the Yabbies win overall but they claim the maximum 12 points. Col OÕHalloran, Ray Prentice, Gomer Pryor and Rod Johnson […]

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  • KARLSRUHE’S CUP

    Blistering sprint after patient drive by Jodi Quinlan lands the money for Karlsruhe. Avenel gelding, Karlsruhe, crept past $200,000 in earnings when he stormed over his rivals to win Monday afternoon’s $25,000 Central Goldfields Shire Maryborough Gold Cup. The $16,875 the David Aiken trained seven-year-old collected for comfortably disposing of an even field in the […]

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  • MKM and Colts Phelans clash

    It is round five of the Maryborough and District Cricket A grade competition tomorrow and it is also the fifth one day game of the season. A number of two day games will be contested after this weekend’s matches. MKM is home to Colts Phelans in what is expected to be a tight tussle and […]

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  • MKM CRASHES FOR 52

    After winning its first three games of the season, MKM was bundled out for just 52 runs at Clunes on Saturday in round four of the Maryborough and District Cricket Association A grade competition. The Mill top order, which had been in tremendous early season form until Saturday, failed and only Marty Noonan was able […]

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  • Saints Black too strong for Bullets

    Sts Black defeated Bullets in a closely contested open men’s match in the Maryborough Highland Society Basketball Association last week. Bullets shot accurately with B. Krol, Chris Maruca and Kurt Teague all shooting strong three pointer shots. Strong defence kept Bullets in the match. Sts Blacks’ Jibb Iglesias and Brock Gray played strong offence with […]

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  • Avoca Red defeats Dunolly Blue by a shot

    Avoca Red won a tight contest against Dunolly Blue by a solitary shot on Saturday in division one of the Midlands Bowls Association. Going into this encounter, both sides were undefeated and at the end of the day, with just one shot the difference, there is very little between these teams. The game was contested […]

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  • Windy and wild day for motocross

    Last Sunday, a good crowd turned up to see the final Maryborough Motorcycle Club day of 2009 at the Alma Recreation Reserve. With over 80 entries, riders from around the state once again descended on Maryborough for some great racing, with plenty of thrills and spills. Despite windy and dusty conditions, the track held up […]

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  • Norma Brumby wins singles title

    Norma Brumby of the Maryborough Highland Society, has won the Maryborough District Ladies Bowling Association division of the state singles. In the opening round of the competition last week, Norma defeated Jenny McHugh of Dunolly 25-11 after getting off to a blistering beginning. Avoca’s Chris Bearpark proved too strong for Marg Gowers of Maryborough Golf […]

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