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Coates Talent League

Calder Cannons Isaac Kako, Nash King and Harry O’Farrell have been named in the VIc Metro boys summer hub training squad. The squad, which also includes the Northern Knights Zak Johnson, contains 24 players, will take one in two high-performance training camps over the summer months to further assist players in their preparation for the 2024 Coates Talent League season.


Woodend has announced another signing ahead of the 2024 Riddell District Football League season. Jack Duggan has joined the Hawks from Essendon District Football League club Strathmore where he joins some familiar faces. After coming out of Strathmore’s under-19s he has played 25 games in the seniors the past couple seasons in a team which has made the last two premier division grand finals. When not playing seniors, Duggan was captaining the reserves who won the grand final this year. The Hawks said they are super excited to have Duggan on board for not only his on field skills, but the leadership qualities he brings with him.


Club Sunbury remains in second spot in the Bowls Victoria pennant division 1, section 1 competition. In a rain affected round, many of the games, including Sunbury’s and Altona 2’s didn’t go ahead. The two teams split the 18 points. Sunbury remains 14 points behind Brunswick which it plays this week. Brunswick is the only team to beat it this season.


Lancefield has announced the signing of Shaid Sasalu for next year’s Riddell District Netball League season. Sasalu has been playing netball since she was eight and is part of the Western Warriors under-23 side for next year’s Victorian Netball League season. She is the first new signing announced for new coach Ciara Stewart.