The bold and the Brave

A BENDIGO Braves team that is hungrier for success than ever heads into this weekend’s South East Australian Basketball League women’s grand final aiming to exact two counts of revenge. Bendigo plays Launceston, the only side to have recorded victory against the...

Key role for Karaitiana

ASH Karaitiana may have the biggest job in the SEABL ahead of her this weekend, but the Bendigo Braves guard’s confidence levels couldn’t be higher. The sweet-shooting guard has translated a stellar New Zealand representative debut into two massive performances for...

Eagles ready to fly at night

MAIDEN GULLY YCW will host its first night game at Marist College tomorrow night as the Loddon Valley Football Netball League’s home and away season draws to a close. The Eagles sit second in coach Wayne Mitrovic’s first season, and tackle top side Newbridge in a...

Finals race a dogfight

THE heat has been turned up on Golden Square in the Bendigo Football Netball League finals race as the Dogs aim to feature in September for a 14th straight season. Square hosts Gisborne in a massive contest between fifth and sixth on the senior BFNL table, needing a...

Harvey calls time out

FOR the first time in 10 years the Bendigo Braves will have a new coach in 2019. Club legend Ben Harvey announced yesterday he would not continue in the top job after nine seasons. His contract expired at the end of the SEABL campaign as the Braves were knocked out by...

Braves hit the road

A DOMINANT resurgence to victory has paved the way for the Bendigo Braves women to continue their SEABL championship quest, but they will have to hit the road to get to a second consecutive grand final. The Braves’ opening round playoff loss meant the team forfeited...

Race on for top spot

TWO finals previews will take centre stage in the final round of the Heathcote District Football Netball League season. The senior football finals combatants are set but their exact positions remain up in the air heading into round 18 on Saturday. Top spot is still up...

Future stars on show

SIX Bendigo Pioneers young guns have been selected to participate in this weekend’s Vic Country under-17 futures game. Aaron Gundry, Flynn Perez, James Schischka, Riley Ironside, Brodie Kemp and Kobe Brown will represent the Pioneers in a match that has launched the...

NBL clubs united in regional push

NATIONAL Basketball League powerhouses Melbourne United and Sydney Kings will bring their star-studded rosters to Bendigo this month. Bendigo Stadium will host a preseason clash between the long-time rivals on Thursday, August 30, which will serve as the debut of...



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