JINDERA has locked away coach Kerry Bahr for another 12 months.
With the Bulldogs sitting pretty with a 9-1 win-loss record, officials have wasted no time signing the former Ovens and Murray stalwart for a second term.
OSBORNE’S Connor Galvin has grabbed the outright lead in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award.
Holbrook had a slight dampener put on its 125-year anniversary celebrations when defending premiers Brocklesby Burrumbuttock defeated them at Holbrook by 58 points.
REIGNING premier Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock gate-crashed Holbrook’s 125-year party with a 58-point victory at Holbrook on Saturday.
THERE are two near certainties if you’re a Jones and have been tied up with the Holbrook Football Club.
HOWLONG’S Tim Brook has drawn within a vote of the lead in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award.
HOLBROOK Football Club will celebrate 125 years this Saturday when they play defending premiers Brock Burrum at Holbrook.
BROCK-Burrum proved they will once again be a key player in September by outgunning Culcairn at Brocklesby on Saturday.
BRENDAN Way still gets riled talking about it.
Almost 12 months ago to the day, Culcairn went into its clash with Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock full of optimism.
OSBORNE’S Connor Galvin and Culcairn’s Jye Shields have stormed to the lead in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award.
CULCAIRN put together its finest four quarter performance for some time with a thumping win over Murray Magpies at Culcairn.
CULCAIRN jumped to fourth spot on the ladder with an 86-point thumping of Murray Magpies at Culcairn on Saturday.
THERE were no dreadlocks and he weighed about 60kg wringing wet.
But Brad Talbot’s first senior coach Paul Phibbs says he’s not surprised the same 15-year-old who debuted for CDU in 1999 will bring up his 300th match at Holbrook on Saturday.more
CULCAIRN’S Jye Shields and Osborne’s Connor Galvin have made big moves in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award.
HOLBROOK made it two wins in a row after they came from behind to defeat Lockhart, at Lockhart, by just 10 points to record its first away win in almost two years.
OSBORNE remain the only undefeated team in the competition after overpowering Jindera by 29 points at Jindera on Saturday.
IT was early 1970 and Holbrook was buzzing.
The Brookers had just landed a huge coup by signing former Richmond defender Kevin Smith as coach.
HOWLONG’S Matt McDonald and Osborne’s Duncan McMaster have opened up a handy break in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award.
OSBORNE, despite some inaccuracy in front of goal, came away with an impressive 36-point win over old rivals Henty, at Osborne.
JINDERA broke a three-year drought against Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock when it brought down the reigning premier by 44 points at Jindera on Saturday.
Matt Osborne thought Jindera was on the verge of something special when he returned from a stint with Caloundra last year.
HOWLONG centreman Matt McDonald holds a handy buffer in the WAW-The Border Mail Footballer of the Year award.
CLASSY Hume forward Myles Aalbers kicked a career-best nine goals to sink Tallangatta and District by 70 points in their interleague clash at Sandy Creek on Saturday.
HUME league forward Myles Aalbers kicked nine goals in the league's 70-point win over Tallangatta at Sandy Creek on Saturday.
HUME league coach Brent Piltz is eager for the competition to erase the memory of the 2013 debacle against Tallangatta and District at Sandy Creek on Saturday.
RAND Walbundrie Walla Giants made it three wins for the season when they outclassed a persistent Lockhart, at Lockhart, by 39 points.
OSBORNE blew the Hume league premiership race wide open with a surprise 14-point win over Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock at Burrumbuttock on Saturday.
HOWLONG coach Joel Price has rated CDHBU’s backline the equal of any in the Hume league ahead of Saturday’s clash at Coreen.