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Saints play the eagles

Koroit are into their 8 straight GF. Lost the first, then won the next 6.  That’s the definition of a powerhouse club.   Support in koroit is total.

eagles have Dion Johnston who played for the Casey demons a little bit. Other sides have beaten koroit this year but they are still in the granny.   So not as dominant,  should be interesting 

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A flat in south Melb, house at tower hill . I am from Melb so not local in koroit, but my darlings family in Warrnabool   Been here 8 years. 

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Not real bad for Koroit’s saints. Taken two boys there for football training and cricket 

the whole town gets involved  Thursday nights at training are huge.  So much support for the kids coming through

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14 minutes ago, 640MD said:

A flat in south Melb, house at tower hill . I am from Melb so not local in koroit, but my darlings family in Warrnabool   Been here 8 years. 

Tower Hill is an amazing part of the world.

Koroit has always been able to field a footy team that’s much stronger than it should. The farm land around there has produced a lot of great players.

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Seven flags in a row for Koroit saints

wet day must have been a slog 

Koroit. 5 goals 15 points defeated North Warrnambool 4 goals 5 points

koroit in seventh heaven

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9 hours ago, The heart beats true said:

Where are you based 640? I grew up in Mortlake, then lived in Warrnambool in the early to mid 90’s playing all my junior footy at South Warrnambool. Go the Roosters!

I’m a Terang man.. Koroit are a great club  in a struggling one powerful league.

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10 hours ago, 640MD said:

Saints play the eagles

Koroit are into their 8 straight GF. Lost the first, then won the next 6.  That’s the definition of a powerhouse club.   Support in koroit is total.

eagles have Dion Johnston who played for the Casey demons a little bit. Other sides have beaten koroit this year but they are still in the granny.   So not as dominant,  should be interesting 

Tim McIntyre still playing for Koroit?

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20 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Tim McIntyre still playing for Koroit?

Not in todays side.  I do not follow this league apart from finals and there will be a very inebriated group only 5 minutes away. I hope they stay there .

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Suburban Melbourne premiers today (all games played in atrocious conditions)

Heidelberg def Bundoora NFNL

Noble Park def Rowville EFNL

Strathmore def Aberfeldie EDFL

Cranbourne def Cheltenham SFNL

Altona def Werribee Dist. WRFL

Heidelberg & Noble Park have won a lot of flags.  Not sure on the Essendon & Western leagues but Cranbourne haven't always been in the Southern league

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4 hours ago, SPC said:

I’m a Terang man.. Koroit are a great club  in a struggling one powerful league.

Terang was the big smoke growing up. I remember we had to go to Terang from Mortlake to see a Vet - when my mum ran over our dog (by accident).

Is the Hampden league struggling these days? It used to be incredibly strong.

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1 hour ago, Macca said:

Suburban Melbourne premiers today (all games played in atrocious conditions)

Heidelberg def Bundoora NFNL

Noble Park def Rowville EFNL

Strathmore def Aberfeldie EDFL

Cranbourne def Cheltenham SFNL

Altona def Werribee Dist. WRFL

Heidelberg & Noble Park have won a lot of flags.  Not sure on the Essendon & Western leagues but Cranbourne haven't always been in the Southern league

I thought Bundoora got up Macca? 

Edit: was looking at the reserves scores

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49 minutes ago, Scipio said:

I thought Bundoora got up Macca? 

Edit: was looking at the reserves scores

I was sent some photos of the VAFA Premier B, GF between Uni Blacks & Old Haileybury (2.5 to 2.9) and the ground was completely covered in water with not a blade of grass to be seen! Elsternwick Park I believe

 

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9 hours ago, The heart beats true said:

Terang was the big smoke growing up. I remember we had to go to Terang from Mortlake to see a Vet - when my mum ran over our dog (by accident).

Is the Hampden league struggling these days? It used to be incredibly strong.

I would think it’s strong always plenty of support at the games and in the local rag. 
alwsyx seems to be some young fellow or girl trying out for some better comp.

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