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Eight-straight for Panthers’ men

By Jackson Russell Wallan Panthers’ men extended their record to a perfect 8-0 while the Panthers’ women improved to 7-1 with wins over Seymour Blasters in a Mitchell Shire derby double-header on Saturday. While the Panthers’...

Way’s century leads Romsey

By Jackson Russell A massive century from captain Ben Way gave Romsey a great start on day one of its McIntyre Cup two-day match against Diggers Rest Bulla on Saturday. Way made 148 as the Redbacks...

Wallan chasing 207

By Jackson Russell Wallan has a decent run chase on its hands after day one of its Johnstone Shield match against Sunbury United with the hosts finishing at 9/206 at stumps. While Wallan was able to...

Mernda can’t break drought

By Jackson Russell Mernda are still without a win in the Diamond Valley Cricket Association Money Shield after a 103-run loss to Mill Park in its two-day clash at Waterview Reserve. The Demons had a tall...

Broadford skittle Eastern Hill

By Jackson Russell A brilliant bowling performance from Jeremy Bradshaw led Broadford to a 27-run win over Eastern Hill in its two-day Seymour District Cricket Association A Grade match at Harley Hammond Reserve. Spearheading the hosts’...

Romsey and Wallan fall behind

By Evelyn Leckie WALLAN Cricket Club is looking to make amends after being bowled out for 100 in Saturday’s clash against Sunbury Kangaroos. The second of the two-day Johnstone Shield match didn’t go according to plan...

Kilmore breeders’ two wins in eight days

By Jordyn Grubisic THE Mitchell Shire is seeing success on the racetrack following two wins in eight days for horses bred by Kilmore breeders PT Thoroughbreds. Titan I Am broke his maiden status at Traralgon and...

Al Passem wins exciting cup finish

By ‘Pegs’ CRANBOURNE trainer Ken Keys capped off a successful Spring Carnival when he saddled-up Al Passem to take out this year’s running of the $150,000 Listed bet365 Kilmore Cup at Seymour on Sunday. In an...

Whittlesea’s strong start

By Evelyn Leckie WHITTLESEA Cricket Club were off to a strong start in its first of a two-day match in the Diamond Valley Cricket Association Money Shield competition. Playing at home against against Diamond Creek, Whittlesea...

Mixed fortunes for Tallarook

Despite showing a solid all-round performance with the bat against Kilmore on Saturday, Tallarook could not back up in Sunday’s Seymour District Cricket Association’s A Grade One-Day Final. Playing at Tallarook, Yea batted first, making...