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Derby women in final ‘bout’

Erin PearsonGEELONG Roller Derby’s top two sides will face-off in their season finale on Sunday after beating Ballarat’s Rat Pack last weekend. The Atom...

Supercats faces ‘big’ Kilsyth

Erin PearsonGEELONG Supercats have clawed their way into second spot on the South East Basketball League’s ladder with just one match left leading into...

Cats going for ‘small change’

Andrew MathiesonGEELONG coach Mark Thomp-son is leading the charge for a cap on interchanges to curtail injuries on bad playing surfaces as the Cats...

Club up creek ‘without cash’

Andrew MathiesonBUILDING regulations that forced an urgent scramble for public funding are consigning Geelong’s oldest rowing club to a slow death, according to members. And...

Lifesavers scoop pool at awards

Kim WatersSURF Coast and Bellarine Peninsula lifesavers have scooped the pool again at the sport’s annual state awards. Ocean Grove Surf Life Saving Club’s Matthew...

Netball courts ‘a safety risk’

Kim WatersDRYSDALE netballers fear “dangerous” sporting facilities will result in a player injury. Peninsula Netball Association member Joan Twomey said the league had engaged...

Grubber to return after skull break

Erin PearsonOCEAN Grove Football Club captain James Dalton is recovering well from a fractured skull, according to team members. Grubbers coach Cameron McGregor said...

Bearing arms to fight cancer

Erin PearsonLARA Sporting Club will tackle its toughest opponent yet this month – cancer. The club is the first in the region to sign up...

Old Falcon fails to float Daryl’s boat

Greg WaneTHIRTEEN years ago, Grovedale’s Daryl Wilkinson bought an old Falcon from Johnny Major’s yard in Torquay Road for $150. Daryl and his children were...

Cats ‘still feel pain of 2008’

Andrew MathiesonGEELONG still holds mental scars from its last grand final loss to Hawthorn that “we will never ever forget,” according to coach Mark...

Cats reach 40,000, set target of 46,000

THE Cats have set a lofty target of 46,000 members in the next three years after this week breaking the 40,000 mark for the...

Snapper anglers hit the traditional big time amid the chill of winter

Brian LongCONDITIONS in the past week returned mixed results in both salt and freshwater. Winter’s traditional big snapper catches have resumed, although most of the...

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Police nab alleged speeder

A P-plater will face court early next year after he was alleged caught driving at more than 70 kilometres per hour over the speed...