ANDY Wettenhall was set to pull on the Hamilton Kangaroos guernsey for the first time in April, but coronavirus forced him to postpone it for at least 12 months.
THERE will be no changes to the player points tally for any of the south-west clubs after AFL Western District released the totals for the 2021 season.
THE AFLW Draft nominations were officially opened for 2020 on September 1, and one young Portlander hoping to one day nominate for the process is Elli Aitken. This year’s AFLW Draft will take place on September 21 and while 17-year-old Aitken is still at least one year away from being eligible to be drafted, she’ll […]
THE coronavirus has impacted many sectors, but the Southern Grampians Shire expects the planned Melville Oval precinct upgrades to go ahead as scheduled. With many supply issues impacting big projects along with reduced numbers on work sites, the project remains on track to be completed without delays. With the netball court upgrades the first stage […]
GLENTHOMPSON-DUNKELD is sticking with Simon Hatherell as its senior coach for the 2021 Mininera and District Football League season.
Hatherell was set to coach the team for the 2020 season before coronavirus forced all senior football to be cancelled earlier in the year.
It is his second stint as Rams mentor after coaching the club to its most recent premiership in 2010.
PENSHURST has enjoyed more than its fair share of success since joining the Mininera and District Football League (MDFL), claiming 10 senior football premierships since leaving the Port Fairy and District Football League (PDFFL) in 1969.
THE Hamilton Kangaroos have finalised their coaching arrangements for the 2021 Hampden Football Netball League (HFNL) season.
DREAMTIME at the G and the surrounding Sir Doug Nicholls Round is the Australian Football League’s most socially conscious event of the year and Nathan Lovett-Murray has a stronger connection to the event than most.
A POSSIBLE change of leagues is one of the items on the agenda for discussion for a new Casterton-Sandford Football Netball Club working party.
CASTERTON-Sandford heads into round five of the Limestone Coast Women’s Football League in a creditable fifth position on the ladder, with two wins and two losses on the board.