Nail biting encounters and a race to finals
Last week saw a pause from regular competition, as we hosted a singles knockout competition that saw 28 players roll up to the Prince of Wales hotel compete for the title.
Mental health was the focus of Avenel’s Round 2 clash against Dookie United on Saturday. The match was billed as a mental health round, with the two clubs hosting a fundraiser as part of Outside the Locker Room — a mental health program founded by former Carlton AFL player Jake Edwards.
A big thank you to Craig and Liz from Ambulance Victoria for taking the time last Sunday afternoon to demonstrate the chain of survival, CPR and use of a defibrillator in two sessions.
It was a social day on Wednesday for the women when they were joined by some of the bowling women for a nine-hole ambrose.
Now that the pennant season has finished, the next season of bowling has started.
Seymour Broadford Cycling Club rode the difficult blue-top course on Saturday, an out and back total of 44km.
It was a perfect start to the season for the top grade sides at Avenel with a win in both football and netball — but neither came easily.
Saturday, April 6, saw Seymour Field and Game host their annual charity day, with proceeds from nominations and a huge raffle going to Nagambie Health, which is in the process of building a new hospital wing.
Shepparton Highway Patrol officers nabbed a driver allegedly travelling at 191km/h in Shepparton about 11.50pm last night. The 20-year-old probationary driver was detected in an 80km/h zone on Goulburn Valley Highway. The Shepparton man had his...
A number of vehicles were stolen from a car dealership in Shepparton on Saturday morning.
Local government, indigenous, farming and community groups have slammed Prime Minister Scott Morrison for declining an invitation to meet a local delegation about the water crisis, accusing him of handballing the problem.