PORTLAND basketballer Summer Millard has returned from the Kumon Country-Metro Challenge, held over four days in Melbourne, with a taste of competition at the higher level. With COVID hurdles – most notable the changing border rules – making it impossible for organisers to lock in the annual Southern Cross Challenge, Basketball Victoria instead opted to […]
THE 2022 Western Victoria Girls Shield kicked off yesterday with close to 20 teams coming from all over the state to compete across three age groups this week.
THE Hamilton District Cricket Association (HDCA) was well represented at the Western Border Challenge as the best female talent from town travelled to Mount Gambier for two Twenty20 games against the home team last Sunday.
THE Portland Touch Football Association has returned from the Your Podiatrist Cup with its best ever result, claiming the runners-up prize in the mixed competition. “Of all the years we have been playing in the cup, this is the first time we have made a grand final,” Portland president, and player, Ebony Braune said. “We […]
THE Hamilton Kangaroos are set to open their 2022 Hampden Football Netball League season with one of the toughest road trips in the competition, travelling to Victoria Park to take on Koroit.
PORTLAND Surf Life Saving Club president Roger Trewavis is delighted with the support shown by the local community towards the Shipwreck Coast Swim Series. The series itself has been running for more than a decade through the Warrnambool, Port Campbell and Port Fairy clubs, with Portland’s introduction this year making it a four-race series. “I’m […]
THE Hamilton and District Cricket Association men’s representative team has smashed Wimmera Mallee to qualify for the Festival of Cricket final next month.
PORT Fairy will resume its pre-season training routine tonight, despite the recent COVID outbreak around the town.
RACKEMUP Tigerpie took the spotlight on Sunday, winning big at the Hamilton Harness Racing Club’s 2022 Pacing Cup, rewarding owner, Ian Stanley with $19,950 in prize money.
THE Hamilton Harness Racing Club is gearing up for its biggest day of the year with Sunday’s cup day shaping up nicely.
The 10-race program includes the $35,000 Hamilton Pacing Cup and the $20,000 Hamilton Trotters Cup as the two feature races.