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Limelight steals the show

LAUNCESTON Royal is Tasmania’s first big event for the spring.

Triple-crown series kicks off

PORT Phillip Showjumping Club conducted the first leg of the young horse triple crown.

Dayne backs his calling

DAYNE Barry is calling the shots on his fledging career as he embarks on becoming Victorian horse racing’s youngest racecaller.

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Dayne backs his calling

Dayne Barry Young Racecaller

DAYNE Barry is calling the shots on his fledging career as he embarks on becoming Victorian horse racing’s youngest racecaller.

Grand vision for soccer

Regional Achievers - Mark Judd

AS the siren sounded on his soccer career, Mark Judd vowed to improve the game’s presence in Gippsland.

Last lawn bowl exclusion rolls away

LAWNBOWLSGENDER

AFTER a long-held legal exemption expired, women can now play club pennant lawn bowls on Saturdays in South Australia.

Female jockey hurt at Wyong

 Daily Telegraph .Racing returns to Wyong racetrack .Horses round the home turn in the 2nd race . Story Thomas.

A FEMALE jockey has suffered severe chest injuries after falling from her horse at Wyong Racetrack.

Racing in shock over second death

Ben Hook pic - jockeys Kate Brooks and Caitlin Forest at Morphettville Apprentice Academy

THE racing industry is reeling following the death of a second female jockey in two days.

Ian’s win in the willows

Ian Callen cricket bat maker

A DREAM to develop a sustainable cricket bat industry has proved a labour of love for Ian Callen.

Swans savour a rare flag

AN undermanned Shepparton Swans team withstood a last quarter assault to win the premiership at the weekend.

Premiership drought to break

Supplied Editorial Fwd: GVFL Pix

A PREMIERSHIP drought will be broken this Sunday when Benalla plays Shepparton Swans play.

Reapers AFL ties hope

Reapers AFL ties hope

NEW AFL Victoria general manager Steven Reaper believes community footy and AFL ties will strengthen.

Neagle to lift TTU Bombers

 Essendon v Brisbane Lions. Etihad Stadium. Jay Neagle looks to get a handpass away

FORMER Essendon forward Jay Neagle signs on as playing coach of Traralgon-Tyers United next season.

Swan’s joy sealed by kiss

East Gippsland FNL, Grand Final, Stratford v Wy Yung

A COUNTRY footy coach might just be the omen Sydney Swans fans have been searching for.

Limelight steals the show

LAUNCESTON Royal is Tasmania’s first big event for the spring.

Glitterati’s star turn at Geelong

 Summer Royal Horse Shows at Werribee. Pictured: L-R 8yo Tahlia Young from Geelong and 5yo Stella Horspole from Camperdown wh...

THE ROYAL Geelong Show had maximum size classes, including some newcomers.

Triple-crown series kicks off

Triple-crown series kicks off

PORT Phillip Showjumping Club conducted the first leg of the young horse triple crown.

A present that keeps on giving

 n13wb989 Tom McDermott from Wagga Wagga. Equestrian Championships at Werribee. Tom is a World Cup Rider.

AUSTRALIAN showjumping has come of age with the running of the Showcase of Showjumping.

EA records membership boost

Special Olympics

THE new national membership structure of Equestrian Australia is a success, Warwick Vale says.

Top Ten Stories

  1. Beams to face Pies in blockbuster Round 1

    AFL - Eagles v Pies

    EXCLUSIVE: DAYNE Beams will face Collingwood in his first game for the Brisbane Lions in the opening round of 2015. SEE ROUND 1 GAMES

  2. The draft’s most relevant ‘Mr Irrelevants’

     Adelaide Crows football training at Max Basheer Reserve. Footballer Taylor Walker, emergency 31 Jul 2009.

    THE last pick of each NFL draft is affectionately branded “Mr Irrelevant”. But some AFL players picked last have put the title to shame. VOTE

  3. Who’s next in line at your AFL club?

    VFL

    WITH trades done and dusted, the draft on the horizon, SuperFooty looks at which AFL players can step up in 2015.

  4. Pelchen gone, what now for Saints rebuild?

    Paid Content Staff Dinkus. HWT staff. Headshot. Jay Clark

    THE Chris Pelchen development seemed incredibly harsh, if not confusing. The big question is what happens to Pelchen’s briefcase now?

  5. ASADA may call on Charter, Alavi at tribunal

    Magistrates Court

    SHANE Charter and Nima Alavi will likely be asked to give evidence at any AFL Anti-Doping Tribunal hearing of charges against Essendon players.

  6. Howlett staying is ‘terrific loyalty’: Hird

    Round 11: Essendon v Richmond

    ESSENDON coach James Hird has praised Ben Howlett for sticking fat with the club, labelling his recent re-signing as a “terrific show of loyalty”.

  7. Port aims to find diamond in the rough

     Port Adelaide Power training at Alberton Oval. Assistant coach Jason Cripps.

    PORT Adelaide says it is “really excited’’ about the prospect of trying to find some diamonds in the rough in this year’s drafts.

  8. Departure Lounge: Blues axe three

    Port v Carlton AFL game at Adelaide Oval.

    UPDATED: CARLTON has made a further three changes to its playing list with Mitch Robinson, Brock McLean and Kane Lucas delisted.

  9. Will first pick break poisoned chalice status?

    Paid Content Staff Dinkus. HWT staff. Headshot. Jon Anderson

    TODAY more research goes into who will become the number 1 player in each draft — a tag history says is something of a poisoned chalice.

Spring sizzler kicks in

Spring sizzler kicks in

THE deteriorating season in parts of northwest Victoria and the NSW Riverina is expected to worsen.

Dayne backs his calling

Dayne Barry Young Racecaller

DAYNE Barry is calling the shots on his fledging career as he embarks on becoming Victorian horse racing’s youngest racecaller.

Cattle prices fall

Wodonga cattle sale

PRIME cattle prices have slumped 12c/kg in the past two days.

Case mid-sized tractor updated

Case mid-sized tractor updated

CASE IH has hit the 100hp market with its new Farmall C mid-size tractor range.

Mont De Lancey is a treasure

Mont De Lancey

SURROUNDED by orchards, Mont De Lancey homestead sits snugly in a postcard-perfect landscape.

Editor’s Letter: October 2014

 Natalee Ward. Weekly Times. HWT staff.

THE Weekly Times held its first FORUM last month, a day for farmers to get together and hear from some successful producers and marketing gurus on how to build a strong business brand.