End of an Era

It isn’t the fairytale ending he would have liked, but Jacob Wooden’s tenure at Temora remains a story worth telling. The Kangaroos coach ends his five-year run as coach this week, and while the last two years haven’t gone as

Hard Truths

East Wagga-Kooringal knows it’s close. The 2019 Farrer League runner ups are in the pole position to make a September run and spoil the premiership potential of league leaders, Marrar. Coach Matt Hard knows the window is open and the

Where to from here?

Coolamon rightly entered 2020 as Riverina League premiership favourites. Coolamon arguably entered the 2021 season as Riverina League premiership favourites. Yet, despite the hype and high expectations, the Hoppers find themselves staring down the barrel of winning the same amount

Building Belief

The Northern Jets have one foot in the Farrer League finals and it isn’t coincidence. While the fifth spot in the finals has seldom gone to team capable of making waves in September, that could change if the Jets lock

Pressure is a privilege

It’s not often that being undefeated after more than half a season coincides with expectations. It’s hard to win one game of footy, let alone 10 in a row like Mangoplah has done. And while the Goannas are enjoying every

Changing Guard

Few teams know just how fleeting success can be than Griffith. It’s been nearly 20 years since the Swans lifted Riverina League silverware in September. After coming up empty handed after Grand Final appearances in 2018 and 2019, the Swans

A Point To Prove

In the early to mid 2010’s, it was nearly impossible to picture the Farrer League finals and not see The Rock-Yerong Creek on the grand stage. The Magpies played in four of five Grand Finals between 2011 and 2015, winning

Hard Yards

Rome wasn’t built in a day. Good things come to those who wait. The juice is worth the squeeze. Whatever idiom you prefer for a goal being worth the wait, feel free to use it for Barellan. Alex Lawder is

High Expectations

It’s been a long road for Turvey Park. There’s been some lean years down at Maher Oval over the past decade and for the longest time it was merely the promise of youth that kept hope afloat. Coach Michael Mazzocchi

A Matter Of Pride

‘The loss we had to have’ We’ve all heard that expression from time to time in football circles, and while it’s easy to brush it off as yet another tired footy expression (full credit to the boys), in the case