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Chidlow in a strong position

WITH the Hills Football Association season almost at the half way point the Chidlow Cougars remain undefeated.  They have been tested at times but have managed to pick up the tempo and do the required things to get the wins.  ...

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John O’Dowd in driver’s seat

COMPETITORS will have their eye on the prize in the third round of the Onslow Contracting Western Australian Rally Championship (WARC), the MRF Tyres Boddington Rally on Sunday, June 3. There are 35 competitors who will tackle eight stages over ...

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Chidlow claim top spot

CHIDLOW have gained the ascendency in their rivalry with Gidgegannup, with the Cougars putting on a final quarter clinic to claim victory over the Bulldogs 16.13 (109) to 7.8 (50). With the win, Chidlow claimed top-spot on the Hills Football ...

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Runners set to claim throne

THE WA Marathon Club (WAMC) is running the annual King of the Mountain Trail Run on Sunday May 20, starting from Helena Valley Primary School to Fred Jacoby Park, Mundaring. The King of the Mountain is an unique and challenging ...

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AFL debut for Zac Langdon

FORMER Guildford Grammar School student Zac Langdon kicked one goal in his debut game for Greater Western Sydney against the Western Bulldogs. Langdon, who played for Claremont in the Western Australian Football League for two years before being drafted by ...

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John O’Dowd wins Karri rally

ON Saturday the season opener of the CAMS Onslow Contracting WA Rally Championship (WARC), the Trade Hire Karri Rally, was held in Nyamup, east of Manjimup. Maximum Motorsport driver and Gooseberry Hill resident John O’Dowd and co-driver Tom Wilde, who ...

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Three in a row for Lesmurdie

ON the last weekend of the season Swan View took on the season’s most dominant team Lesmurdie Mazenod for the chance for premiership glory. Swan View won the toss and elected to bat and were hoping to put the runs ...

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Cricket’s tribute to John McGuire

THE Western Australian District Cricket Council has paid tribute to one of the game’s stalwarts, naming its U15 shield trophy after John McGuire. Originally from Northam, McGuire played 21 seasons with the Mount Lawley District Cricket Club and two seasons ...

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