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Thursday, November 23, 2017, 2:25 PM

Archives for May 2017

Iron Wombat to join 300 club

Kinglake. Kinglake’s Brett Groves next Saturday,  June 3,  becomes just the third player in Kinglake football club history to play 300 club games for the Lakers when Kinglake face Seville at home. When Brett first played for Kinglake last century former teammate, Michael Maloney commented that a “young (Brett) Grover once sported a mullet that

Lakers defeat Rebels

Kinglake. Following their A grade netball loss Alexandra opened the seniors footy by kicking the first score of the seniors in the opening minutes and kicking the opening goal of each quarter, Alexandra could not continually penetrate their forward fifty losing to Kinglake by 38 points. The first quarter saw Kinglake laying 11 tackles with

Community clubs add value

Changing from metropolitan footy to country footy in 2008 changed the Kinglake sporting landscape for the better. Ashley Geelan reports. Renee Wilson, 23, began her netball career with Kinglake in 2008 the year when Kinglake begun playing country footy in the AFL Yarra Ranges after leaving the Northern Football League – a Melbourne competition –

Bushfire victims burned again

Kinglake. Black Saturday law firm Maurice Blackburn met their commitment to bushfire victims to pay compensation claims totaling $494 million for the Kilmore East-Kinglake class action, Australia’s largest ever class action, before Easter. Though many bushfire victims are pleased with the outcome after years of waiting the Australian Tax Office (ATO) claiming up $20 million

Mad Hatters tea party

Kinglake. On Thursday, May 25 over 40 locals mostly mothers with toddlers gathered at the Kinglake District service centre for the ‘Mad Hatters Tea Party’ with children and their parents turning up in costume as characters from various children’s fairy-tales with some children having made hats and costumes for the day during playgroup at Kinglake’s Neighbourhood

Powelltown pinch victory

Powelltown. Kinglake were 17 points up at halftime before Powelltown regained the lead  to win by ten points. Powelltown 15.15 (105) defeating Kinglake 14.11 (95). Powelltown’s Dan Rees took the opening shot for goal kicking a behind. This was quickly followed by Matt Lord kicking Powelltown’s first goal from 40m out. Powelltown 5.5 (34) to