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

The Long Way Back

Games aren’t won on paper. It’s a common catchphrase in footy circles and one that couldn’t ring truer for Coleambally. Following a resurgent 2019 season that saw the Blues return to finals competition for the first time since the 2016

Dream Job!

Collingullie has always been the little club that could. Punching above their weight for years, the Demons of Glenfield Park (nee Ashmont-Kapooka) would claim premiership after premiership, regardless of the league. Memories of dominant Demon sides still ring true for

Flying High

After a year on the sidelines and now more than two years removed from their last premiership, the changing of the guard seemed inevitable for the Marrar Bombers. A drought breaking Grand Final win in 2017 saw a handful of

Winning Habits

So close yet still so far. That’s been the story for Leeton-Whitton so far this season as the Crows remain winless after three rounds. But new coach Sam Darley believes his team’s record doesn’t tell the entire story. “Other than

50 years of CSU

The topic of university students and “old faces” isn’t exactly something that comes along too often. No offence to those admirable mature age students looking to chase their tertiary education dreams, but when one thinks of university life we tend


Australians have sacrificed a lot over the past year. Whether it’s time with family, the livelihoods that sustain us, or even just the creature comfort of bending the elbow with friends. The past 12 months has taught us the importance