” ‘Hawk Express’ brings 1960 Cup back home…….” by KB Hill

KB Hill recounts the long and distinguished career of Roley Marklew, first as a player for the Wangaratta Rovers and, later, as a ‘Man in White’.

“Regrets……I’ve had a few……” by KB Hill

KB Hill caught up with Paul Bryce, a very talented player who never quite achieved what he might have. It turned out to be a brutally honest and revealing conversation.

‘Tommy (the terrible Turk) takes Tigers to the top…..’ by KB Hill

With a little help from Ken Linnett, KB Hill outlines the long, winding and colourful career of Tommy Lahiff, ‘The Terrible Turk’.

” ‘Stabber’ …the mini-marvel from Maryborough” by KB Hill

Michael Caruso carved out a long and distinguished career in country footy. And who better to tell the story than KB Hill.

‘Bidding adieu to an old Hawk…..’ by KB Hill

Tom Tobin may not have been the most talented player to ever lace up a boot, but he was a mighty servant of the Wangaratta Rovers. KB Hill reflects on a great clubman.

” ‘Nana’ guides Spiders to footy ‘Nirvana’ ” by KB Hill

KB Hill brings us another reflection from almost a century ago with the tale of Ray ‘Nana’ Baker and the Corowa Spiders.

‘The man behind the story of the Saints’ 1970 glory……’ by KB Hill

KB Hill loves promoting anything positive about country sport, especially in Victoria’s north-east. Today he puts in a good word for David Johnston’s recently released book, ‘1970 – the Year of the Saints’.

“….’Woosha’ Fights Back…” by KB Hill

Shane Welch had a promising cricket career ahead of him but opted for the country life, his family, a career and footy with the Wangaratta Rovers. KB Hill tells the story.

“Flag Flames Again Flicker At The ‘Showies’……… ” by KB Hill

Grand Final week has KB Hill casting his mind back over some of the classic encounters in the annals of Ovens & Murray League Grand Finals.

“Best Kick I Ever Saw…….” by KB Hill

What would the week be without a KB Hill tale of a local sporting identity from up Wangaratta way? Today his focus is on Ray Thompson, the man with ‘hands the size of meat plates’ who knocked back offers from no less than five Melbourne clubs. Classic KB!