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Hockey Club will run its hockey
5s competition from next
april 22, at
the Maffra Secondary College gym at 5pm.
This follows on from the Hook in2 Hockey
program which has just finished.
The competition is open to children under 11,
and is designed as a development competition.
There will be a registration fee of $41 to
Hockey Victoria which covers your child for
insurance for the rest of the year. The club
will charge $30 for the term which works out
at about $3 per week covering the hire of the
If you wish to register your child, phone
Jane on 0418 380 658
Hockey 5s in Maffra on Friday
THe first senior football
match at the Nambrok
reserve in 12
years will be played this
With new clubrooms
under construction at the
reserve, Heyfield’s home
game against Cowwarr will
be played at Nambrok.
It will be the first senior
matches at the ground
since the Nambrok
Club went into recess fol
lowing the 2004 season.
The ground is currently
home to the Nambrok-
Club and Wellington
Warriors over 35s team.
Senior footy back
IN round three of the NG
fNL Netball, the unde
feated Woodside Wildcats have stormed to the top
of the table, notching up an impressive 51 to 24 goal
shellacking over the Gormandale Tigers.
at the end of round three the other undefeated
netball teams are Glengarry and Sale City.
foat family starred yet again for Woodside
this week, in one of the best all-round starts to an
fNL season for the club.
There must be something in the water as the Cats
belted the Tigers by 27 goals.
In other games, Glengarry posted a huge per
centage boosting win, defeating a lacklustre TTU
Bombers unit by 38 goals.
The Magpies dominated in a 73 to 35 point rout
over the Bombers.
In the close game, Sale City hung on in a two goal
nail biter to come away with the points.
They defeated Churchill 29 goals to 27.
The win puts the Bulldogs clear in third position
on the NG
Both Sale and Glengarry have their work cut out
for them as they face off next week in what will
undoubtedly be the match of the round.
Down at Yarram, it was Heyfield who took home
the four points against the home side in a close five
The Kangaroos won 41 goals to 36.
Melbourne Vixens Netball star Teagan Philip and
former St Kilda and
L legend Danny
frawley were there to promote the Worksafe game
and greet the fans at the Moore St oval in
The Blues won 40 goals to 34 over Cowwarr.
to the top in
East Gippsland netball score card
EGFNL round three
Wy Yung 52-39
40-44 Orbost Snowy
Briagolong 41-30 Lindenow,
Wy Yung 34-20 Stratford,
15-34 Orbost Snowy
Lindenow, Wy Yung 47-24
Wy Yung 30-15
14-10 Orbost Snowy
Briagolong 31-31 Lindenow,
Yung 28-11 Stratford
NGFNL round three results:
rosedale 40-34 Cowwarr, Woodside 51-24
Gormandale, Glengarry 73-35 TTU, Sale City 29-27
Churchill, Yarram 36-41 Heyfield
rosedale 48-21 Cowwarr, Woodside 58-29
Gormandale, Glengarry 46-43 TTU, Sale City 51-28
Churchill, Yarram 27-54 Heyfield
rosedale 33-20 Cowwarr, Glengarry
30-26 TTU, Sale City 24-26 Churchill, Yarram 32-36
Heyfield, Woodside 49-13 Gormandale
rosedale 44-28 Cowwarr, Woodside 24-32
Gormandale, Glengarry 34-22 TTU, Sale City 53-24
Churchill, Yarram 21-41 Heyfield
rosedale 47-15 Cowwarr, Glengarry
16-32 TTU, Sale City 33-12 Churchill, Yarram 14-43
Heyfield, Woodside 30-32 Gormandale
rosedale 20-36 Cowwarr, Woodside
48-10 Gormandale, Glengarry 19-37 TTU, Sale City
30-18 Churchill, Yarram 15-37 Heyfield
Rosedale A Grade captain Bron Tebb accepting
the WorkSafe game of the month trophy from
Melbourne Vixens legend Sharelle McMahon
after defeating Cowwarr.
Wildcats storm to top in NGFNL netball
In round three of the NGFNL Netball, the undefeated Woodside Wildcats have stormed to the top of the table, notching up an impressive 51 to 24 goal shellacking over the Gormandale Tigers.