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Girls storm peninsula’s first national event

By MICHELLE HERBISON AN enthusiastic team of girls under-14 basketballers have become the first team from the Bellarine Peninsula to qualify for an Australian national...

Cats’ tall order for a Giant challenge

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN Geelong will meet a Giant challenge with lots of height in the Cats' first visit to Western Sydney’s Skoda Stadium on...

Winter warming up with hot action in freshwater

By BRIAN LONG Conditions over the past week were freshwater options around the region and further afield. Plenty of anglers cast lures at Wurdee Boluc Reservoir...

John predicts rego number’s up for Cats flag glory

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN DIEHARD Cats fan John Ryan has gambled $500 on what he expects will be a beautiful set of numbers. The Leopold footy...

Cats to light up on management skill

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN AFTER racking up eight wins in nine games during a tough opening to the season, Geelong is well into its player...

Anglers nab mixed bags

By BRIAN LONG ANGLERS reported some excellent mixed bags over the past week. Surf anglers found protection from big swells at Lorne’s Loutitt Bay where Paul...

A bias for bowling

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN JOURNALISTS are often accused of bias but the good members of Indented Head Carpet Bowling Club openly admit theirs. Secretary Marie Bedford...

Athlete drug law proposal ‘dopey’, says Deakin expert

By NOEL MURPHY     COMPELLING Olympic athletes under contract to release doping evidence that might incriminate them goes against their common law rights, according to a...

Cats’ plans to strangle life out of flailing Port

By NOEL MURPHY   GEELONG and Port Adelaide are poised for a double defensive-offensive in their clash at Adelaide’s AAMI Stadium on Saturday. Cats coach Chris Scott’s...

Athletes urged to tri this sport

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN   TRIATHLONS have grown exponentially in popularity in the past 10 years, with people from all walks of life having a go...

Salmon, squid on the go

By Brian Long   ANGLERS enjoyed outstanding opportunities over the past week, with top action in fresh and saltwater. Surf fishing was fantastic, with many salmon taken...

Daunting Pies big threat, says coach

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN THIS could be the danger game. Whenever a team has a strong winning streak, there’s always a danger game that pops up...

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Youngster’s climate plea heard in parliament

The passionate plea of nine-year-old Anglesea boy Evan to take action on climate change for the benefit of the younger generation was given voice...