The latest sports news from Dimboola and surrounds.
Tennis | The battle for top spot continues
With one round of the regular season in the Dimboola and District Tennis Association remaining before the finals, the minor premiers are yet to be crowned with only half a point separating the two top teams.
Cricket | Bulls rise to third
In their last road trip of the regular Horsham Cricket Association season, the Blackheath-Dimboola Bulls travelled to Murtoa, where a Brodie Cramer century led them to victory and third place on the ladder.
Cricket | Both Warriors teams bound for finals
Both senior West Wimmera Warriors teams have booked places in the Horsham Cricket Association finals after scoring good wins on Saturday.
Sport is back on this weekend
After no community sport last weekend due to Stage 4 restrictions, local athletes will return to the fields and courts this weekend as the finals’ race intensifies.
End of season for weekend bowls sides
The last home and away round in the weekend bowls competition was cancelled at the weekend due to pandemic restrictions.
Tennis | Thrilling draw highlights round
Rounds eleven produced some thrilling tennis, with the first draw of the season in the Dimboola and District Tennis Association competition, and Hopetoun moved back to the top of the ladder, half a point ahead of Antwerp.
Cricket | Blackheath-Dimboola Bulls
The Blackheath-Dimboola Bulls had a day they would rather forget on Saturday when they came up against Homers in the last of the regular Twenty20 matches Horsham Cricket Association’s B grade competition.
Cricket | Mixed results for West Wimmera
There were mixed results for the West Wimmera Warriors in the latest round of Horsham Cricket Association on Saturday with the A grade team scoring a last-over victory, but the C grade missing out
Bowls | First Division defeats top side, Second Division goes down narrowly
Dimboola’s First Division bowls team defeated the top side in their competition this week, while the Second Division side went down narrowly.
Tennis makes its return for the year
The 2020/21 Dimbooal District Tennis season resumed after the break on the weekend, with the run to the finals still seeing six teams in the running for places in the final four.
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