Round 4 – Preview

From the Border Mail SINCE debuting for Osborne in 1998, Hayden Gleeson has ticked off almost every box imaginable. Premierships? Yep, eight. Best and fairests? A couple. The list goes on and on. But if rival Hume league ruckmen think the

WAW Votes – Round 3

BROCK-Burrum’s Nico Sedgwick has extended his lead in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award. Sedgwick polled eight votes at the weekend to take his tally to 24. Osborne’s Duncan McMaster and Howlong’s Tim Brook are next on

Joss Group Facility Grant applications open

AFL NSW/ACT, in partnership with the Joss Group, are pleased to announce the opening of applications for the 2017 Joss Group & AFL NSW/ACT Community Facility Grants. The Joss Group Community Facility Grant Program is in its sixth year and has

Interleague squad named

BROCK-Burrum forward Justin Koschitzke has been named in the Hume league’s 53-man squad to play Tallangatta and District at Sandy Creek next month. Koschitzke kicked six goals in his only appearance for the reigning premier this season and coach Brent

Lions prevail in Local Derby

From the Eastern Riverina Chronicle CULCAIRN finished strongly in the final term to defeat Holbrook by 34 points in the Hume Football League Round 3 encounter at Holbrook Sporting Complex. With only six points the difference in Culcairn’s favour going into the

Round 3 Review

From the Border Mail OSBORNE produced a withering final quarter to blow away Murray Magpies by 30 points at Urana Road Oval on Saturday. With the momentum against the Cats after Magpie coach Josh Maher goaled from a 50m torpedo

Round 3 Preview

Form the Border Mail PERSONNEL wise, not much has changed at Osborne over the off-season. But coach Matt Rava says it didn’t need to. Osborne only has a handful of players over 25 including Hayden Gleeson, Rava, Jamie Parr and

Round 2 – WAW Votes – 2017

BROCK-Burrum’s Nico Sedgwick has bolted to the lead in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award. He has 16 votes to be three clear of Osborne’s Duncan McMaster. MAGPIES v CDHBU Josh Maher (Mag) 9, Russell Anderson (CDHBU) 5, Rory Muggivan

Round 2 – Review

From the Border Mail RAND-Walbundrie-Walla made the most of a third-quarter send-off to bring down Holbrook by 22 points at Rand on Saturday. With the Brookers leading by two goals and in complete control, Alec Sullivan was marched following a melee and

Spiders too good for Henty

From the Eastern Chronicle Howlong has maintained its unbeaten start to the season with a 26 point win over Henty in perfect conditions at Howlong. In doing so Howlong as also won the inaugural Karl Jacka Shield that will be