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Round 18 Preview – 2017

From the Border Mail With only seven wins from 17 rounds, Josh Maher and Myles Aalbers shouldn’t be talking finals. But that will be the prize for the winner of the Murray Magpies and Rand-Walbundrie-Walla clash at Walla on Saturday.

AFL 9s Sydney Classic returns this November

The Queens Park precinct will come alive with delicious food stalls, a pop-up bar, music and loads of entertainment for all players and spectators when the AFL 9s Sydney Classic returns this November. The event will bring together the best

Bulldogs storm in second

From the Eastern Riverina Chronicle A GOAL after the siren by Osborne big man Jamie Parr sunk the double chance hopes of Henty in a thrilling clash at Henty. Parr, under enormous pressure, calmly slotted the shot from 40 metres after

Round 17 Review – 2017

From the Border Mail JINDERA locked away the double chance when it overpowered an inaccurate Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock by 19 points at Brocklesby on Saturday. Trailing by two points at the last change, the Bulldogs showed why they loom as a serious

Round 17 Preview – 2017

From the Border Mail NATHAN Chamings believes the Hume league premiership is the most open since Jindera saluted in 2011. The Bulldogs must defeat Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock or Osborne in the final two rounds to be guaranteed the double chance with Chamings eager to

Position vacant in race to finals

From Eastern Riverina Chronicle THE mystery and intrigue continues around just who may take the remaining spot in the Hume Football League after all four contenders were defeated. A new contender has emerged with CDHBU continuing its wonderful finish to

Round 16 Review – 2017

From the Border Mail OSBORNE star Jamie Parr produced a sensational performance to lead the Cats to a hard-fought 11-point victory over Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock at Osborne on Saturday. While the athletic big-man was strong in the opening three quarters, his final

Hume league to introduce “soft” salary cap next season

From the Border Mail SIX Hume Football Netball League clubs are presently paying above a $100,000 “soft” salary cap to be introduced next season. In a recent survey conducted by AFL NSW-ACT, 50 per cent of the competition’s clubs said they were

Round 16 Preview – 2017

From the Border Mail MURRAY Magpies coach Josh Maher is refusing to even entertain the idea of playing finals. With the side being on a roller-coaster ride for the entire season, Maher has learnt to look no further ahead than

Osborne unstoppable

From Eastern Riverina Chronicle OSBORNE made it 15 straight victories for the 2017 Hume season, when it hung on to defeat a fast finishing Holbrook by 10 points at Holbrook. After opening up a 32 point lead at half-time Osborne