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Attitude, attendance and ability
IT’S a long way from its origins in Korea, but tang soo tao has quickly become a popular martial art in Daylesford where it is being taught at the ARC at Daylesford College.
Junior bowlers compete at Daylesford
THE 15th Annual Junior Provincial Championship was held at Daylesford Bowling Club, competing for the Flapper Family Shield and BDBD Medallions.
Hiroshi enjoying soccer again and winning
HIROSHI Masuda started playing soccer in grade 2 at primary school – and as was the way with the country at the time, pretty much trained at least five days a week after school.
Footballs and netballs keeping juniors busy
THE Hepburn Football Netball Club is keeping its juniors busy with footballs and netballs being home delivered to every player.
Jam-packed season for Daylesford Lawn Tennis Club
DAYLESFORD Lawn Tennis Club had a busy season, with junior and senior competition, social tennis and coaching taking place on every day of the week.
Bridie Australian Championships winner
THERE are lots of obscure sports out there. Lawn mower racing, cheese rolling...
Gun club out after 40 years due to lead scare
THE Daylesford Field & Game Club has been told to stop its monthly shooting competitions at the Glenlyon Reserve after the discovery of lead by the EPA.
Croquet. They look nice…
THERE’S a saying about croquet players, according to Kyneton Croquet Club president Dave Wauchope – it’s a game played by the nicest people with the nastiest minds.
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