Winning in Wyche – Part 3: Pressure unearths diamonds

It’s 1969. Despite some injury woes, Wycheproof-Narraport have put together a handy Under 16 footy team. However, the League seems to have a wealth of talented young players across some very good junior sides. Sean Mortell gives us the next installment of a memorable season up the bush.

No away strip in Royal Blues v Blues up the bush

Spent a few days at Donald recently, in the heart of the Mallee, it being the location of the famous Bullocks Head tree, also being at the centre of the right wing, White Army mobilisation of March 6 1931. Whilst there why not go to the footy, and see a classic North Central League encounter. Donald played Charlton, [Read more]