Hume League News

Saints soar home

Brock Burrum Saints have further stamped themselves as a genuine Hume Football League powerhouse by winning its third premiership in four years.


Border Mail team of the Year - 2016

NINE players have retained their positions in The Border Mail Team of the Year from last season.

Morey the merrier on Brock Burrums day

OATES to Sedgwick to Morey – goal.

It’s a formula that has worked brilliantly for Brock-Burrum all season and it proved successful again on grand final day as the Saints charged to a 13.8 (86) to 8.5 (53) victory over Jindera at Walbundrie.


Super Saints look to keep on marching

RELIEF, rather than elation, was the over-riding emotion for Brock-Burrum co-coach Jarrod Hillary after the Saints secured their third premiership in four seasons on Saturday.


Power break drought

CDHBU took out the merged club’s first A-grade premiership since 1993 by holding off a persistent Brock-Burrum 43-38 at Walbundrie on Saturday.


Forward takes out second medal

KYLIN Morey became the first player to win the Des Kennedy Medal twice when he kicked six goals in the Saints’ win over Jindera.


Rutland leads Cats to dominant win

OSBORNE made amends for last season’s surprise grand final loss when it defeated Jindera by 66 points in a lop-sided reserve grade decider at Walbundrie.


Kosi feels right at home with Saints

JAROD Koschitzke admits it was a strange feeling pulling on a Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock jumper for the first time earlier this season.


Brothers' drive for flag

EVERYONE knows how the saying goes – the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.


Lost Dogs Home

JINDERA coach Josh Walker has a new understanding of adversity in football.


Stevens to stay in charge of Crows

DANNY Stevens has been reappointed as co-coach of Billabong Crows for another season.


Players set to join forces for anthem

FOOTBALLERS and netballers will come together for the national anthem before Saturday’s main matches.


Willo's wait has been well worth it

ANDREW Wilson couldn’t be blamed for limping off with a cramp to protect himself in the dying minutes of last weekend’s preliminary final.


In the Coaches Box with Shane Lenon

PEOPLE are drawing a long bow if they think a lack of football is going to hurt Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock in Saturday’s grand final at Walbundrie.


Power shuffle team for decider

CDHBU will have to overcome two major injury setbacks to defeat reigning premier Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock in Saturday’s A-grade netball grand final.


Jindera too hot for Pies

JINDERA has qualified for Saturday’s grand final by proving too strong for Murray Magpies at Walbundrie.


Phillips named as Lockhart coach

HUME League club Lockhart have unveiled Jake Phillips as the club’s new senior coach.


Preliminary Final - Review

JINDERA plan to throw caution to the wind in this weekend’s grand final after bringing down Murray Magpies by 21 points in the preliminary final at Walbundrie on Saturday.


Preliminary Final - Results

Winners today are Jindera in the Seniors, Jindera in the Reserves, Howlong in the Under 17's and Osborne in the Under 14's. Netball winners are Brock-Burrum in A Grade, Brock-Burrum in B Grade, Howlong in C Grade, Howlong in C Reserve, Henty in the 16 & Under, Culcairn in the 14 & Under and Giants in the 12 & Under. more

Preliminary Final - Preview

MURRAY Magpies coach Josh Maher is confident his side will rebound strongly in Saturday’s preliminary final against Jindera at Walbundrie.


Spider grabs second medal in four seasons

HOWLONG ruckman Peter Hancock has become only the ninth footballer to win multiple Azzi medals.


Young stars take out awards

LOCKHART defender Andrew Emery and Osborne netballer Sally Hunter have taken out the league’s Rising Star awards.


Coach Crowing after super season

BILLABONG Crows coach Rebecca O’Connell has capped off an outstanding season by taking out the A-grade netball best and fairest.


2016 HFL Best & Fairest Votes

Round by Round voting for the Seniors, Reserves, Under 17's & Under 14'smore

Coaches pick Johnston to win medal

STAR Murray Magpies ruckman Jesse Johnston is favourite to win this year’s Azzi medal.


Saints come marching home

BROCK Burrum Saints will defend its Hume Football League premiership title from last year, by advancing to this year’s decider.


Semi Finals - Review

JINDERA continued its domination over CDHBU with a workmanlike 34-point victory in the minor semi-final at Walbundrie on Sunday.


Semi Final 1 - Results

Winners today are Jindera in the Seniors, Giants in the Reserves, Brock Burrum in the Under 17's & Osborne in the Under 14's. Netball winners are Magpies in A Grade. Brock Burrum in B Grade, Magpies in C Grade, Osborne in C Reserve, Henty in 16 & Under, Culcairn in 14 & Under & Giants in the 12 & Under.more

Semi Finals 2 - Results

Winners today are Brock Burrum in the Seniors, Osborne in the Reserves, Henty in the Under 17's & Holbrook in the Under 14's. Netball winners are CDHBU in A Grade. Henty in B Grade, Holbrook in C Grade, Brock-Burrum in C Reserve, Magpies in 16 & Under, Billabong Crows in 14 & Under & Henty in the 12 & Under.more

Semi Finals - Preview

MURRAY Magpies coach Josh Maher has backed stand-in ruckman Brad Thompson to continue his good form against DJ Oates in Saturday’s second semi-final at Walbundrie.


Jindera puts end to Osborne season

JINDERA put aside some late player withdrawals, and some horribly inaccurate kicking, to defeat Osborne by 26 points at Walbundrie on Saturday.


Elimination Finals - Review

CDHBU stayed in the premiership race with a pulsating eight-point victory over Howlong in the second elimination final at Walbundrie on Sunday.


2015 HFL League Votes

2015 League Votes for each grade and each club attached


WAW Like Your Club Promotion

WAW Like Your Club Promotion.


2014 Interleague Football and Netball - Photos


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HFL Seniors 2016
1 Brock/Burrum Saints 68
2 Murray Magpies 56
3 Jindera 52
4 CDHBU 48
5 Howlong 44
6 Osborne 36
7 Lockhart 36
8 Billabong Crows 24
9 Henty 24
10 Rand-Walbundrie-Walla 16
11 Culcairn 16
12 Holbrook 12