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New tennis coach at Avenel

They say you are never too old to learn, which is why Avenel Tennis Club is excited to announce they have acquired the services of Keith Turner, a fully qualified tennis coach.. Mr Turner is keen to enhance the skills of budding tennis players, from

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The Telegraph
Oct 19 2017
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Scoring frenzy in first game of round 16

The Avenel Steeltips faced off against the Golf Club Aces in the first game of Round 16 and both teams left nothing in the tank with 40 tons thrown between the two in a scoring frenzy.. The home team proved too strong on the night and they locked in

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The Telegraph
Oct 19 2017
Sport

Nagambie’s speedster Jacob Harvey is virtually the best

The Goulburn Valley can lay claim to a Bathurst 1000 winner, of the virtual world.. Nagambie’s Jacob Harvey (pictured) clinched the inaugural eSports Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 champion title on the eve of the big race.. Speaking from

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The Telegraph
Oct 19 2017
Sport

Golfers enjoy perfect weather

SEYMOUR. It is the perfect time of year for golf, the weather is mostly pleasant, the course is in its best condition and the scores start to improve for most golfers.. This was certainly true on Wednesday for the women’s monthly medal.. Di

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The Telegraph
Oct 18 2017
Sport

Local trainer banking...

Shannon Hope is no more — or no less — superstitious than the next racehorse trainer but he is beginning to see omen written all over the 2017 Godolphin Seymour Cup meeting this weekend.. Sadly, not for the cup itself but as far as his

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The Telegraph
Oct 18 2017
Sport

Another win for...

A-grade. Tallarook has stamped its authority on the Seymour District Cricket Association’s A-grade competition, continuing its strong premiership defence with another victory this weekend.. After losing the toss to the Avenel

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The Telegraph
Oct 18 2017
Sport

A-grade without Seymour

There is no Seymour-based A-grade team in the Seymour District Cricket Association for the 2017-18 season, after Eastern Hill Cricket Club pulled the pin on its involvement in the top-tier competition.. Seymour Cricket Club withdrew from the A-grade

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The Telegraph
Oct 13 2017
Sport

Seymour gets first blood as season starts

Goulburn Valley midweek pennant. DIVISION ONE. Seymour travelled to Shepparton Park for the first game of the season and came home with a good win.. Shepparton Park 4-72 lost to Seymour 12-80.. Lynda Rohde, Rob Baldwin, Jenny Ridd, Wilma Atkins (s)

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The Telegraph
Oct 13 2017
Sport

Duo dominates

Nagambie. The McPherson Wines’ two-man Ambrose event was played at Nagambie Golf Club on Sunday.. The weather wasn’t the best, with wind and rain, but this did not prevent low scores being carded.. Jeff Mills and Tim Baldwin led the way

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The Telegraph
Oct 12 2017
Sport

Nolan is bang on target

SATURDAY, October 7 was the Seymour Field and Game monthly shoot at Avenel.. The 75-target event had 135 shooters participate on a lovely day for some good competition.. Overall handicap winner was Cassidy Nolan, with a score of 74 out of 75 (with

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The Telegraph
Oct 12 2017
Sport

Turning up the heat in...

With three rounds left to play, things are really heating up as the POW 26ers and POW Misfits push their case for a finals berth.. With the top six teams going head-to-head in the final weeks it could come down to the last round and percentage to

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The Telegraph
Oct 12 2017
Sport

John’s kicking goals

After helping Nagambie kids learn to play football for the past seven years, John McKeown has been awarded the 2017 Goulburn Murray Coaches Association’s Auskick Centre of the Year award.. McKeown said he was humbled to receive the award

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The Telegraph
Oct 11 2017
Sport

Runs on the board...

Tallarook’s Seymour District Cricket Association premiership defence has got off to a positive start in a competitive match against Broadford.. After sending Broadford in to bat, Ashley Wood (21) and Matthew Irving (22) made early runs to get

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The Telegraph
Oct 11 2017
Sport

Get ready for cup day

As one of the premier country cups in Victoria, the $150000 Godolphin Seymour Cup attracts many of the state’s leading trainers and jockeys.. And 2017 is no exception.. But there is more to cup day than the horses because it is also an

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The Telegraph
Oct 11 2017
Sport

Trial teams named

The state teams to challenge the Victorian team of David Hines (with Tarcoola Scooter) and John Tuddenham (with Waramara Paddy) at the 2017 Supreme Australian Working Sheep Dog Championship have been named.. The event will be held at Kings Park in

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The Telegraph
Oct 06 2017
Sport

Lloyd comes to the four

The accolades just keep coming for Sharni Lloyd.. After a stellar season for Nagambie, the prolific goaler was crowned this year’s Warren medallist as the Kyabram District Netball League’s best player.. Amazingly, it was Lloyd’s

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The Telegraph
Oct 06 2017
Sport

Bailey blitz gets win

Seymour. A good turnout of 14 women played the second round of the Belle Hamilton Trophy on Wednesday.. The best score of the day went to Marg Bailey (24), who had a terrific score of 45 points to win B-grade.. This combined with her score of 40

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The Telegraph
Oct 06 2017
Sport

Grant to keep rising...

Seymour athlete Taryn Furletti was recognised for her commitment and achievement to running and athletics when Federal Member for McEwen Rob Mitchell presented her with a certificate and cheque for $500 last week.. ‘‘The $500 grant

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The Telegraph
Oct 05 2017
Sport

Nice touch

Nagambie Croquet Club’s shelter dedication in memory to Dorothy McLeod was a great success last week.. The weather was kind to us and only threatened to rain while playing golf croquet.. We had two serious games where the hoops were counted in

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The Telegraph
Oct 05 2017
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