Strathmerton slips to second
Strathmerton slipped to its second defeat of the Picola and District Netball League season with a tight, four-goal loss at home to Picola United.
Barooga has strung together back-to-back wins for the first time this Murray Football League season thanks to a 77-point away thumping of Rumbalara.
In 1979, Katamatite Football Club, won its only premiership in the now defunct Tungamah Football League under non-playing coach Bill Jones.
Fresh off a bye, Strathmerton returned to the top of the Picola and District Football League ladder with a 80-point home win against Picola United.
The Goulburn Valley League will introduce an under-16s competition next year.
Last weekend saw a confidence-inspiring win for Cobram’s A-grade netballers against Congupna in the Murray Netball competition as the girls hit the Road 37-45.
Waaia beating Katamatite was not a surprise result, but the 103-goal victory margin would have caught the eye of many in the Picola and District Football League.
Cobram has put two wins together for the first time since round three, beating St Pat’s 3-1 at Cobram Showground.
Katamatite returned to the top of the Picola and Districts Netball League with an eight-goal win against Waaia.
Cobram Basketball Association is on the verge of folding with the lack of off-court support putting too much strain on dwindling volunteer numbers.
In a round one rematch, Barooga was able to take it to Katandra in the Murray Netball League, sending the Kats away licking their wounds with a 19-goal defeat.
Barooga kept its hopes of finals football alive with a convincing 39-point home victory against fellow Murray Football League struggler Katandra.
The winter triples continued on Saturday at Cobram Bowls Club with nice weather complementing the green, which was in great condition.
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