Border Mail Round 2 – 2019 – Preview

The footballing rumour mill was in overdrive by 7pm last Saturday evening. As the scores filtered in from throughout the league, one name stood out from the rest in Henty’s best players – Zorran Bin Busu. Had Joel Price landed

Round 1 – 2019 – Review

HOWLONG overcame a tenacious Rand-Walbundrie-Walla to post a hard-fought 15 point win at Rand on Saturday. The Spiders led by two goals at the main break with the class of Matt McDonald, Peter Hancock and Azzi medallist Steve Jolliffe the

Round 1 – 2019 – Preview

BILLABONG Crows have landed a huge coup on the eve of the season by signing Yarrawonga running machine Bronson Schofield. Schofield has been cleared by the Ovens and Murray club and will line-up against CDHBU in Saturday’s opening round at

Border Mail’s 2019 Season Preview

BROCK-BURRUM Coach: Kade Stevens Last year: Premier (15-3) Gains: Ryan Johnson (Queensland), Daniel Cleary (Thurgoona), John Spencer and Tyson Neander (Rutherglen), Mitch Reilly (Tocumwal) Losses: Aidan Johnson (Lavington), Eddy Ziebarth (Albury), Alex Wilson (Melbourne) Prospects:  It would be a big call to suggest

2019 HFNL Official Draw

2019 HFNL Official Draw

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Grand Final – Review

Brock-Burrum Saints are the 2018 Hume Football League premiers after they outclassed Jindera by 50 points at Walbundrie on Saturday. The Saints’ premiership was its third since its inaugural 2013 triumph post-merger and was its tenth straight win to complete

Border Mail – Grand Final – Review

BROCK-Burrum twin towers Matt Seiter and Aidan Johnson combined to lead the Saints to a 50-point victory over Jindera in Saturday’s grand final at Walbundrie. Leading by five points at the final change, Kade Stevens’ line-up kicked 8.6 to 1.3

Border Mail – Grand Final – Preview

His record in grand finals isn’t flash, but Jindera’s Michael D’Arcy is more determined than ever heading into his third straight Hume League grand final at Walbundrie on Saturday. The centre-half-forward has played in five senior grand finals across his

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Preliminary Final – Review

Jindera’s fairytale run in the Hume finals continued on Saturday with a stirring 17-point victory over Henty in the preliminary final at Walbundrie. The Bulldogs who did not win a game in the month of July have strung together three

Border Mail – Preliminary Final – Review

JINDERA full-forward Trent Castles put a trying week behind him to steer the Bulldogs to a 17-point victory over Henty in the preliminary final at Walbundrie on Saturday. Castles, who was cleared of a forceful contact charge on Thursday night after