Border Mail – Round 3 Review

MURRAY Magpies full-forward Ash Murray kicked four goals in 10 minutes early in the final quarter to propel his team to a surprise one-point win over Holbrook at Holbrook on Saturday. Murray’s burst proved just enough for the Magpies as

Border Mail – Round 3 Preview

Communication is key for Jindera to improve this season, coach Kerry Bahr believes. The Bulldogs have split their opening two games of the season, falling to Brock-Burrum in round one before taking care of business against Osborne last weekend. With

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Round 2 Review

CULCAIRN has bounced back from its first-round loss to upset premiership favourites Brock Burrum Saints at Culcairn. The Lions dominated the game in the first three quarters, coasting home in trying conditions to win impressively by 22 points. The Saints’ loss compounded

Border Mail – Round 2 – Review

CULCAIRN have posted their first win of the season, hanging tough against Brock-Burrum in tough conditions. Round two featured a slew of low-scoring games as teams battled the elements, but it was the Lions who banked the most important four

Border Mail – Round 2 Preview

BILLABONG Crows coach Al Austin is banking on natural progression helping the club up the ladder this season. In an encouraging start, the Crows defeated Murray Magpies last weekend and Austin is hoping for an even better showing against Howlong at

Border Mail – Round 1 Review

A MATT Seiter-inspired Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock produced a devastating final quarter to blow away Jindera by 20 points at Brocklesby on Saturday. Kicking with the breeze, the Saints kicked six of the seven goals in the last term to give coach Kade Stevens

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Round 1 Review

THE Hume Football League kicked-off Saturday with all of last year’s top three teams defeated and the 2017 wooden spooners winning. In a big surprise, last year’s premiers Osborne had their colours lowered to the new-look Henty as the homeside unveiled its

Hume Football League season opener

From the Eastern Chronicle. THE 2018 Hume Football League starts Saturday with a mouthwatering schedule of matches on offer. Premiership favourites Brock Burrum Saints host last year’s runners up and highly favoured Jindera Bulldogs at Brocklesby Sportsground. Both sides have recruited

Crawshaw brothers add extra bite to Jindera Bulldogs

From the Border Mail. FROM the moment Sam Crawshaw beat his twin brother Matt into the world by 14 minutes, the siblings have been at each other. “Neither of us like losing much,” Sam said. “I gave up cricket when I

Culcairn coach Josh Hillary to take on former club in season opener

From the Border Mail. CULCAIRN will be looking to build on last season’s impressive finish when it takes on Holbrook on Saturday. After charging into the preliminary final, new coach Josh Hillary wants to find that same momentum early in 2018. “We