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Tennis gets a welcome serve

A $1 million pavilion at Endeavour Hills Tennis Club has been officially opened by Casey Council. The project at Sydney Parkinson Reserve includes a new...

Bogut tells kids to aim high

By Casey Neill "Never let anybody say that you cannot do something.” This was among the advice Basketball star Andrew Bogut shared with Doveton...

All nations to be involved

By Nick Creely All Nations Social Cricket in Dandenong is making waves and providing a safe and friendly environment for individuals of all backgrounds to...

Come on girls, give cricket a go!

By Nick Creely Dandenong Women’s Cricket Club (DWCC) is expanding to three senior teams in 2016/'17 and wants women, experienced or non-experienced, to join. It’s been...

Foxes keen to get on with the game

By JARROD POTTER WHILE premierships and league medals are always nice, the main aim for Narre North Foxes this year is simple - get in...

Blackburn’s dream just got bigger

By JARROD POTTER PROFESSIONAL women’s football was brought another step closer on Wednesday 15 June and for south-east superstar Ellie Blackburn ... she can’t wait...

Clydesdale is keen to repay the faith shown in her

By JARROD POTTER She has never played anywhere else ... and perennial Dandenong Rangers’ guard Aimie Clydesdale will not start now. Clydesdale, 23, from Endeavour...

The Hills are alive

By JARROD POTTER GREATER DANDENONG FOOTBALL REVIEW - ROUND 6 PROVING the old adage, Endeavour Hills showed South Yarra on Saturday that it isn’t over til...

Olympic shots

By JARROD POTTER Athletes set their sights on Rio medals... APRIL has been a red-letter month for City of Casey athletes as three locals earned their...

Grand Slam smiling

Former News sports journalist MARC McGOWAN, who grew up in Narre Warren North, is on his dream assignment this week; covering all the action...

Open season for wildcard Jasika

By JARROD POTTER MAKING the most of his wildcard entry, Omar Jasika excelled on his home court to advance to the second round of the...

Back to base, at helm

By JARROD POTTER IT WAS time for Scott Slater to return to Hallam. Having honed his own skills in the Hawks’ colours in the 80s -...

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Hard road for change

More than 50 students and staff at Hallam Senior College hit the treadmill as part of a 24-hour walkathon fundraiser. The personal development class raised...

Evans Road unlocked