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  • Bombers escape Koroit test

    COBDEN’S open netball side passed its toughest test to date this season on Saturday, downing Koroit to move two games clear on top of the ladder.

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  • Bombers break the drought

    COBDEN’S first win of 2019 will do wonders for the belief of its young playing group according to assistant coach Dan Watson.

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  • Bombers invest in youth

    YOUTH is warming the hearts of Cobden supporters despite the club enduring a winless start to the season.

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  • Bombers continue progress

    COBDEN coach Adam Courtney is pleased to see the improvement shown by his playing group despite suffering a fifth consecutive loss to South Warrnambool on Saturday.

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  • Demons make light work of Dogs

    TIMBOON Demons are preparing to end a horror run at Walter Oval this Saturday after downing Dennington on the weekend.

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  • Female football season begins

    TIMBOON Demons’ under 18 female football side kick-started its new season in strong fashion on Sunday.

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  • Bombers make promising start

    COBDEN defender Remeny McCann has praised the impact new and returning faces have had on her side so far this season.

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  • Sportsmen’s club presents Scroggie

    A PASSION to restore one of Camperdown’s most iconic buildings has resulted in Mary Hay being honoured with the Corangamite Sportsmen’s Club Rick Scroggie Memorial award.

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