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Bradford to fight for two belts

Geelong Muay Thai fighter Chris Bradford is set to fight for two belts against undefeated Altona kickboxer Atdhe ‘Prince’ Bunjaku. Bradford has put his World...

Anglers target garfish during lockdown

The most recent lockdown has made getting out for a fish challenging, but for anglers who managed to wet a line within 5km of...

Angus to row for medal

Geelong-raised rower Angus Widdicombe could win a medal in his first Olympics after he and the Australian men’s eight team scraped into today’s final. The...

Take two for Higgins 250

Veteran forward-midfielder Shaun Higgins is set to play his 250th game against former side North Melbourne after knee soreness denied him the milestone last...

Cats secure AFLW draft haul

Geelong Cats selected Calder Cannons midfielder Georgie Prespakis and teammate Zali Friswell with their first two picks in the AFLW draft on Tuesday night. The...

Footy resumes across Geelong

Local football leagues are set to resume play on Saturday following the state-wide easing of restrictions on Wednesday, AFL Barwon has announced. “Our clubs and...

Miers re-fractures lower leg

Geelong small forward Gryan Miers has re-fractured his right leg in a virtual repeat of the injury that sidelined him for 13 rounds earlier...

Cats break the 70,000 mark

Geelong Football Club has surpassed 70,000 members for the first time in its history despite crowds being locked out for a large part of...

Deakin’s Tokyo connection

More than a dozen Deakin University students and alumni, some who have lived, studied or trained in Geelong, will compete in the Tokyo Olympics...

Higgins eyes game 250

Veteran forward-midfielder Shaun Higgins is set to play his 250th game against Richmond, with the Cats welcoming returning players both up forward and down...

Esava signs for two more years

Dynamic forward-ruck Esava Ratugolea will play for Geelong until at least the end of the 2023 season after signing a two-year contract extension in...

Ties, touch-ups and upsets in round 1

COVID-19 lockdowns have again disrupted tennis across Geelong but the midweek ladies managed to complete their first round last Tuesday before the suspension of...

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Festival May’d to shine a light on local creators

A festival shining a light on Geelong creators, like lampshade artist Rachel Burke, is set to go ahead next month after organisers postponed the...

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