Several upset results in the Northern Football Netball League’s opening round have added extra spice heading into Round 2. All sides are desperate to take winning form into the Easter break.
Round 2 of the Northern Football Netball League (NFNL)A Plus Labour Solutions Division 2 looms as an important round as sides aim to separate themselves from the pack ahead of the Easter break.
Round 1 action of Heidelberg Golf Club Division 3 football welcomed a new team into the senior competition.
Nillumbik Shire Council today welcomed the Victorian Government’s announcement that if re-elected it would commit $8 million toward the next stage of the Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre redevelopment.
Last Thursday, October 18 the Minister for Sport, John Eren announced a re-elected Andrews Labor Government would deliver $8 million towards upgrading the Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre.
Coldstream’s and Yarra Junction’s multipurpose sporting court projects are complete.
Kinglake stayed in touch by a goal or less until Seville kicked three goals in the final term to win by 22 points.
South Morang (39) put up a good fight against North Heidelberg 1 (59), however, South Morang lifted their intensity to power home over the last-placed Lions in the second half in section 1.
A six-goal to one second half helped Eltham secure its second victory over Diamond Creek this season, winning by 35 points at Coventry Oval in round six of the Northern Football/Netball League’s division two.
Kinglake were in the game until half-time before Yarra Junction took control in the second half to win by 59.