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June, 2021

  • 25 June

    BASL: Uni, Reds battle for top spot in women's championship

    BASL: Uni, Reds battle for top spot in women's championship

    The Bendigo Amateur Soccer League women's championship race reaches a crucial stage on Sunday. Ladder leader La Trobe University hosts second-placed Spring Gully, with both teams on 22 points from eight games.

  • 25 June

    Old Bar Reserve closed due to saturated fields

    No Group Three Rugby League at Old Bar this weekend

  • 25 June

    Tasmanian footy losing out through calendar jam: Webberley

    Tasmanian footy losing out through calendar jam: Webberley

    Another jam-packed weekend will feature a full round of TSL, a Tasmania Devils home game and Sunday's SATIS grand final between College and Guilford Young College. Already stretched through the unavailability of Devils players,

  • 25 June

    What to expect from Nicolás González

    What to expect from Nicolás González

    Nicolás González is a Fiorentina player. We’re obviously really, really excited about him. After all, he’s a 23-year-old Argentina international and the Viola’s record signing. There’s no reason to not be excited.

  • 25 June

    A make or break Saturday for St Pat's in Orange double-header

    A make or break Saturday for St Pat's in Orange double-header

    No doubt Saturday is a make break day for St Pat's in women's Premier League Hockey. The Saints have a double header at the Orange Hockey Complex against local hopefuls United and

  • 25 June

    Grace Brown to ride in La Course by Le Tour de France

    Olympics-bound cyclist Grace Brown features in a small but strong Team BikeExchange squad for the one-day The 28-year-old is one of the contenders for the victory after showing strong form in recent months,

  • 25 June

    Patrick Cripps locks in massive contract extension with Carlton

    Patrick Cripps locks in massive contract extension with Carlton

    Carlton co-captain Patrick Cripps has signed a monster new six-year contract in a huge boost for the under-fire AFL club. The Blues (4-9) are out of finals contention and have commissioned an external review of their underperforming football department as they seek answers to this year’s shortcomings.

  • 25 June

    Winx’s sister breaks her maiden

    Winx’s sister breaks her maiden

    A half-sister to four-time Cox Plate champion Winx has broken through for her maiden victory on the synthetic track at Pakenham. Covent Garden took out Tuesday’s Schweppes 3YO Maiden Plate (1400m) at her first start for Peter Moody having been prepared by Winx’s trainer Chris Waller for her first five …

  • 25 June

    Kmart website fail leaves shoppers in stitches: 'Excuse me?'

    Kmart website fail leaves shoppers in stitches: 'Excuse me?'

    A Kmart fan has shared the hilarious fail she found on the retailer's website while looking for a round table cloth. See the photo here.

  • 25 June

    Ken and Kasey have the Keys to success

    June has been a bumper month for the father-daughter training partnership of Ken and Kasey Keys. The pair have sent out sixteen runners this month with five of those coming back victorious. Kasey Keys believes that placement could be the key to their recent success.