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Panthers ready to launch

Newport are ready to attack the second half of the Western Football League division 2 season, having set itself up. The Panthers sit in fourth...

Plenty of sporting action

The weather might be getting cooler, but the action is heating up on the courts and fields. Star photographer Ljubica Vrankovic was out shooting...

Around the grounds in Hobsons Bay and Maribyrnong

VPL Altona City’s tough run in the Victorian Premier League 2 competition continued on Friday night. Having failed to get a win in its last...

Seagulls claim minor premiership

Williamstown has claimed its first Victorian Football League women’s minor premiership but the work has just begun for the Seagulls. The Seagulls had done enough...

Call ups for Falcons duo

The City West Falcons continued on their winning ways, while two of their stars made their Suncorp Super Netball debuts on the weekend. The Falcons...

Ragheb keen to improve

Taye Ragheb has a lot to be excited about over the next couple of months. The rising taekwondo star will watch on with anticipation as...

Grego enjoying the process

Western Jets star Lucca Grego is using the lessons he learned last year to take his game to the next level. Grego was part of...

Chan’s quick rise

Taylors Hill’s Denise Chan is still in the early stages of her volleyball career, but she’s already having a big impact. Chan discovered volleyball when...

Magpies on the improve

Parkside knows it's not far off getting more wins on the board in the Western Football League division 1 competition. The Magpies have come up...

CYs win just

Williamstown CYMS remains undefeated but it wasn’t without a fright on Saturday against Westbourne in the Victorian Amateur Football Association women’s premier B competition. The...

Seagulls bounce back

Williamstown got back to playing some of its brand of play as it returned to the winners list in the Victorian Football League on...

Magic’s future focus

Altona Magic has one eye on the future in the National Premier League competition. The Magic sit in ninth spot after 18 rounds and still...

Brookers make most of start

A blistering 20 minute period in the first quarter proved to be the key for Braybrook in getting the win against the Western Rams...

Altona North working it out

After an off season from hell, Altona North is in contention in the FV state league 3 north-west competition at the halfway mark. After being...

Falcons power on

An understrength City West Falcons were still able to find a way to overcome the Bendigo Strikers in the Victorian Netball League championship on...

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Traumatic toilet birth

Lauren Green’s son made an unconventional entrance to the world – into a toilet. Lauren can see the funny side seven years on, but the...

Collard suspended