A TOTAL of 70 men and 5 ladies took part in the Opening Day — Bob and Lorraine Gunn Trophy event at the Axedale Golf Club on Saturday, with thanks to Bendigo Mazda.
THE women of Seymour are not shy of asking the hard questions and having the conversations that count. Especially when it comes to gender equality.
ON ANOTHER hot Saturday at Heathcote Golf Club, Carol Stuart was the winner carding 34 points off a handicap of 19.
A TOTAL of 51 men and 13 ladies took part in a stroke (monthly medal) event at the Axedale Golf Club on Saturday March 2. The event was sponsored by The Squashy Girls.
HEATHCOTE Bowling Club’s division three side has been bundled out of the Bendigo Bowls Division finals, after losing on Saturday to Golden Square.
THE pairing of Glen Wilkie and Kelvin Hamilton has proved successful once again when they defended their title to claim the 2018/19 Heathcote Bowling Club’s Men’s Pairs Championship.
HEATHCOTE’S cricket season wound up in sorry fashion on Saturday with a crushing defeat at the hands of Colbinabbin.
HEATHCOTE Golf Club held a 36-hole pairs tournament on Saturday with 64 golfers playing Ambrose Pairs and Foursomes.
HEATHCOTE Bowling Club’s division three side has held on to a finals spot in the Bendigo Bowls Division despite a heavy defeat on Saturday.
AN UNBEATEN 138-run opening partnership saw Heathcote romp to a comfortable win over Calivil on Saturday in the Northern United Cricket Association.
THERE is always concern when a new football coach comes to town.
HEATHCOTE Bowling Club’s division three side played Castlemaine at Heathcote on Saturday and in windy conditions returned to the winner’s list with a 34-shot win.
Police, CFA, Shepparton Search and Rescue and State Emergency Service personnel are on the scene of a truck rollover in Murchison. It is believed a truck rolled off the bridge as you enter the town and has landed in the Goulburn River below. The...
Ten months after launching with much fanfare, Oliver’s Real Food has suddenly closed.
Eagerly awaiting the keys to his new home, Shepparton’s Alex Newling, 20, could never have imagined he would be in the position he is today.