Nolan’s Mud Dogs go two for two in Bush Bash League
Mark Nolan’s SRP Mud Dogs were again victorious in their second game of the GV Bush Bash League, beating Cobram Panel Works Panthers by a wicket on Sunday.
After suffering its second loss of the season on Saturday - or third if you count the A-grade one-day final - Tallarook will need to be pitch perfect if it is to seal a top-two finish.
A week full of cricket greeted Seymour’s best junior talent last week, and despite tough competition against the likes of associations from Shepparton and Bendigo, several players put in strong individual showings.
A group of young Seymour Blasters have headed off to play in the Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup (ACJBC) in Albury this week.
A final quarter fade-out from the Seymour Blasters has likely hurt their chances of a top-two finish, after the Shepparton Gators romped home for a five-point win on Saturday night.
After a missed game-winning buzzer-beater decided last round’s match with Myrtleford, there were no such nerves as the Seymour Blasters’ round 11 battle with Shepparton Gators went down to the wire in overtime.
Nagambie cricket star Mark Nolan has proved to be a crucial asset in the opening round of the inaugural Crane Aid Goulburn Valley Bush Bash League.
After picking up wins against Kilmore and Royals as local cricket resumed on Saturday, Broadford and Pylaong sustained their grip at the top of the B-grade ladder, 13 rounds in.
In a shock upset, Nagambie fell to its second loss of the Haisman Shield season on Saturday, outplayed by 76 runs by the Northerners.
A late order stand from Kilmore’s A-grade tail end on Saturday has somewhat salvaged their first innings which fell from 3-92 to 6-94 in a matter of moments.
Nagambie cricket star Mark Nolan will line up alongside some of the best of country cricket this weekend in the opening round of the inaugural Crane Aid Goulburn Valley Bush Bash League.
After a brief hiatus over the Christmas break, the Seymour District Cricket Association season resumes this Saturday, with round 10 set to be contested.
The best of the best of Seymour and district junior cricket players have teamed up to take on rival associations in the Country Northern Rivers Junior Country Week, which kicked off on Monday.
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Firefighters have been celebrated in their efforts to contain a bushfire in Euroa, which burnt about 350 ha and threatened the township.
Hundreds of people are currently without power in Mooroopna, Ardmona, Tatura and surrounds.
A driver has died following a collision with a truck in Arcadia this morning.
More than 20 vehicles are responding to a bushfire at Rushworth Rd, Murchison. The bushfire is on the western edge of Murchison and is a result of a structure fire at that location. Firefighters are on scene and there are a number of fire trucks...