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Round 1 Is Here!

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After a long pre-season, starting several months ago, its time for Round 1! Kicking things off at the Westpac Centre, the preseason has moved quickly utilising quality facilities including the above mentioned Westpac Centre, the MCG and Xavier College. It has been great to get…

2014/15 Advertising Draw Winner

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Recently at the clubs AGM our President drew from a field of 117 our apparel sponsor for the upcoming season and for the third successive season John McNamara again sold the winning ticket this time to Maxim Electrical Services. Managing director Paul Murray was suitably…

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Russ the star of the double weekend

Russ the star of the double weekend

A solid but not satisfying weekend for the club, as we took home the points in…

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