Border Mail – Round 9 – Preview

It’s no certainty, but Culcairn is hoping former Albury jet Dylan McDonald will be cleared by his old club in time for this weekend’s match against CDHBU. McDonald has been overseas pursuing a gridiron career, but is back on home soil

Border Mail – Round 8 Review

Culcairn survived a withering final quarter from Howlong to keep its top three hopes alive with a thrilling seven-point win on Saturday. The Lions took a 33-point lead into the final term, but the home team kicked five goals to

Border Mail – Round 8 – Preview

DON’T bother ringing the Sandral household at Oaklands on a Saturday morning. With eight kids aged between five and 19 getting ready for football and netball with the Billabong Crows, there’s no time to talk. “It’s pretty hectic,” George, 17, said.

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Round 7 – Review

CULCAIRN has soared back into finals’ calculations with an impressive 72-point mauling of Murray Magpies at Culcairn. The Lions turned on some quality football in a superb four quarter effort, that featured a five-goal haul from Dennis Pedemont and four

Border Mail – Round 7 – Review

HENTY turned in its best performance of the season to hammer Rand-Walbundrie-Walla by 45 points at Walbundrie on Saturday. The ladder leader made a sensational start by kicking the opening six goals of the match with their pace proving telling at

Border Mail – Round 7 – Preview

CDHBU co-coach Mick Collins isn’t surprised his younger sister, Karina, is seizing the moment in the AFL North East Border Female Football League. The pair grew up kicking the ball together in their Corowa backyard with the elder sibling often

Eastern Riverina Chronicle – Interleague – Review

THE Hume Football League has enhanced its ranking as the best regional competition in north-east Victoria and southern NSW outside of the Ovens and Murray Football League. The Brown and Yellow proved too classy for Ovens and King with a 45-point

Border Mail – Interleague – Review

THE Hume league reinforced its standing as the best district league in the region with a 45-point victory over the Ovens and King at Howlong on Saturday. Fresh from wins over the Riverina and Tallangatta and District competitions, star full-forward

Border Mail – Interleague – Preview

HUME coach Brent Piltz has admitted the league is still hurting from its loss to the Ovens and King in 2015 and will use the defeat as motivation in Saturday’s return bout at Howlong. The competition coughed up a 37-point lead

The Toyota Good for Footy Raffle is back for 2018

The Toyota Good for Footy Raffle is back bigger than ever in 2018, and this year Toyota is aiming for another record-breaking season. Last year, 418 grassroots clubs raised a huge $682,000, that they used to upgrade facilities, buy new