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Border Mail – Round 17 – Preview

BROCK-Burrum defender Luke Brauer has been rocked by a serious Achilles tendon injury. The 37-year-old underwent surgery earlier this week after his Achilles snapped off the heel bone in Saturday’s victory over Howlong at Howlong. “It’s not great news,” Brauer said.

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Round 16 – Review

THE Hume Football League season is set for one of the best finishes in its history with Culcairn and Rand Walbundrie Walla locked into a thrilling battle for sixth place. To add to the drama, both these sides meet each other

Border Mail – Round 16 – Review

CULCAIRN remain in the box seat to grab sixth spot on the Hume league ladder after stunning ladder leader Henty for the second time this season at Henty on Saturday. The 15-point victory keeps the Lions two premiership points ahead of

Border Mail – Round 16 – Preview

JINDERA coach Kerry Bahr will step down as coach at the end of the season. Bahr, who guided the Bulldogs into last year’s grand final against Osborne, informed Bulldog players of his decision at training on Tuesday night. “I spoke

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Round 15 – Review

THE Hume Football League race for the final position in the top six is wide open, with the upset win by Rand Walbundrie Walla Giants over Osborne, the round highlight. It has given hope to the Giants, despite a very

Border Mail – Round 15 – Review

RAND-Walbundrie-Walla produced their best performance of the season to shock reigning premier Osborne by 29 points at Osborne on Saturday. With their season on the line, the Giants kicked six unanswered goals in the final quarter to move within two premiership

Border Mail – Salary Cap

The Hume League has stolen a march on its Tallangatta and District rivals, introducing a six-figure salary cap on Friday. The region’s northern-based outfits now have a $100,000 limit, starting from the 2019 season. Tallangatta, which vies with the Hume

Border Mail – Round 15 – Preview

Kade Stevens has been re-appointed for a third season as coach of Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock. Stevens, who has the Saints sitting in second spot on the ladder, has committed for 2019 along with star midfielder Nico Sedgwick. Club president Steve Koschitzke said it

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Round 14 – Review

Osborne again showed it will play a big part in the Hume league finals with a hard-fought win at Culcairn on Saturday. In what was a keenly contested encounter, Osborne kept the Lions to just one point in the final term

Border Mail – Round 14 – Review

BROCKLESBY-Burrumbuttock sealed the double chance with a 34-point victory over Rand-Walbundrie-Walla at Walla on Saturday. With four rounds remaining, the Saints are eight premiership points and percentage ahead of Osborne and have a favourable run home against Murray Magpies, Howlong, CDHBU