Myrtleford, Australia Newswire

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  1. Savoys survive thrilling contestRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Border Mail

    Myrtleford found a way to reverse a three-goal deficit to claim a 3-3 draw away to Wangaratta on Sunday. Stuart Vance drew a penalty in the third minute which he neatly tucked away, before a clean finish from Adam Burchell doubled the advantage after 21 minutes.

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  2. United ladies leap up to thirdRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    The AWFA senior women's match of the round lived up to expectations as Albury United pinched a 4-3 victory at La Trobe against Wodonga Diamonds. Third place was on the line for the winner of the contest, and, despite Diamonds leading on two separate occasions, it was the Greens that walked away with all three points.

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  3. Greens close down gap for league titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    DOUBLE TROUBLE: Melrose's Evan Rawluk and Boomers' Andrew Grove contest the ball during Sunday's clash at Melrose Park. Rawluk finished with two goals in the 3-2 win for Melrose.

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  4. Logan leaves a legacy of courageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Border Mail

    A week after Myrtleford's Elijah Wales played a quarter with a fractured cheekbone, Morey has produced another inspirational feat in the 16.17 to 6.5 caning. "It was a pretty crunch match for us and, at that stage of the game, I didn't really know what way it was going to go, so I just had to dig in, just play through the pain barrier a little bit," he said.

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  5. Mary Catherine LarsenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Ketchikan Daily News

    Mary Catherine Larsen, 68, died July 14, 2017, in the Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle.

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  6. Leaders stay undefeated with victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Border Mail

    GOOD TAKE: Lavington's Maddy Lloyd leaps from the ground to take hold of a pass during her side's 50-42 win against Wangaratta on Saturday. Pictures: JAMES WILTSHIRE Making the performance even more impressive was the fact it came without star defensive duo Rhiannon Dolahenty and Kate Yensch on the court.

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  7. Raiders say Filo marked manRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Border Mail

    Wodonga Raiders' coach Daryn Cresswell says Albury will target the mercurial Brodie Filo on Saturday like it did with Wodonga on-baller Jarrod Hodgkin last week. Wodonga Raiders' coach Daryn Cresswell says Albury will target the mercurial Brodie Filo on Saturday like it did with Wodonga on-baller Jarrod Hodgkin last week.

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  8. Fierce rivals meet in huge league fixtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Border Mail

    BIG CLASH: Myrtleford co-coach Jayden Vescio knows the importance of Sunday's clash against Wangaratta for his side's league title aspirations. Picture: MARK JESSER Myrtleford co-coach Jayden Vescio couldn't be more upfront about the long-standing rivalry between the Savoys and Wangaratta, which will come to life again on Sunday for the Darrel Van Der Steeg Memorial Shield.

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  9. VFL young guns back on recruiting radarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Border Mail

    A host of former Ovens and Murray young guns are set to be targeted by their former clubs following the axing of the VFL's development league A HOST of former Ovens and Murray young guns are set to be targeted by their former clubs following the axing of the VFL's development league. With AFL Victoria set to wind up the competition at the end of the season due to cost and scheduling difficulties, a number of former Ovens and Murray players could be forced to weigh up their futures.

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  10. Frustrated sides need pointsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Border Mail

    ATTACKING THREATS: Melrose's Adam Waters and Boomers' Andrew Grove will be on the hunt for goals during Sunday's clash. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE Melrose and Boomers find themselves in similar positions with six weeks to play before finals - sitting in the middle of the table and lacking goals.

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  11. South-west milk expands north to the borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Warrnambool Standard

    The Allansford-based processor is set to capitalise on rival Murray Goulburn's decision to cease milk production at its Kiewa factory on July 28. WCB's Sungold brand milk products will replace Kiewa Country Milk in Wodonga and Albury Coles supermarkets. It will also be distributed by seven northern Victorian firms in Wangaratta, Myrtleford, Echuca, Rochester, Numurkah, Nathalia and Mansfield.

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  12. Clubs to clash in honour of 'Dutchy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Border Mail

    HUGE LOSS: Wangaratta will solider on towards the finals without club captain Ryan Van Der Steeg who had a successful knee reconstruction last week. The shield was first introduced in 2014 in memory of Van Der Steeg, who died aged just 24 in a tragic car crash in 2013.

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  13. Culhane lends hand in British ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Border Mail

    Myrtleford's Tracy Culhane will represent the North East in a Forest Fire Management Victoria crew deployed to fight large blazes across Canada. The crew, which also includes three members from the CFA, will work alongside other Victorian and Australian agencies to support local firefighters.

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  14. Lavington signs magnificent ACT midfielder as coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Border Mail

    The Wodonga junior also played seniors with the Bulldogs, his father Allan is a North Albury premiership player, while his parents now live in Myrtleford. "We expect probably similar to what we expected of James in terms of professionalism," Panthers' president Peter Barwick said.

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  15. Strongest finals in 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Border Mail

    TIM'S TRAVELS: Yarrawonga's Tim Cooper has returned from his overseas holiday. The Pigeons missed him in the last round before the bye.

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  16. Bonat set for more surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Border Mail

    Morris medallist Tyler Bonat has had another bout of surgery as he races the clock to play again this season. RACING THE CLOCK: Yarrawonga's Tyler Bonat has had more surgery as he looks to return this year after a workplace accident.

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  17. Rivals anticipate huge derbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Border Mail

    ONE TO WATCH: Albury City's David Samiec hunts down Mason Hope during the side's recent clash with Wangaratta. Picture: MARK JESSER No matter the position of either side on the ladder, when Albury City and Albury United meet, there's plenty at stake.

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  18. Mackie dubbed league's toughestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Border Mail

    "He is a hard man, yeah, I think that's a fair call," Albury co-coach Shaun Daly said when quizzed on the outcome. "I've played a lot of footy with Joel and he's certainly one of the hardest players you'll play with.

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  19. Melrose aim for purple patchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Border Mail

    SHINING LIGHT: The recruitment of Ben Chaffey has helped Melrose to get its season back on track. Picture: MARK JESSER Melrose must shake its recent form slump if they're any chance of matching it with league leaders Myrtleford on Sunday.

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  20. Venture brings extra ingredient into townRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | Border Mail

    CAKE OR FLOWERS: Kath Stone, of Reclaim Winebar & Cafe, displays two of her cupcake bouquets. She created the concept in Western Australia and will use them to complement her new Myrtleford business.

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