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WEST GIPPSLAND COMPETITION
Nar Nar Goon 12.9.81 d
Garfield 15.12.102 d
Kor. Bena 1.8.14
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Garfield 6.6 (42) d
Kor. Bena 4.8 (32)
Best, Garfield: D. Clebney,
J. Barnes, S. Clebney,
T. McMillan, D. Vella.
Kor. Bena: D. Muir, M. Olden,
B. Anthony, S. Moore, P. Hicks,
Garfield 15.10.100 d
Kor. Bena 1.4.10
Best, Garfield: J. Bow,
D. De Boer, B. Coffey, E. Sauze,
A. McMillan, J. Chamberlain.
Kor. Bena: R. Dixon, L. Fievez,
P. Gillin, J. Grabham, B. Walker,
Garfield 9.9.63 d
Kor. Bena 5.3.33
Best, Garfield: B. Elliott,
L. Sauze, J. Paterson, I. Norrie,
M. Freriks, T. Miller.
Kor. Bena: G. Wells,
J. Grabham, W. Little, J. Harris,
4.4 9.5 11.9 15.12
0.0 0.1 1.6 1.8
Garfield: D. Johnson 4,
J. Drew, D. Payne, D. Johnson
2 ea, T. McDonald , S. Batson,
T. Fitzpatrick, T. Payne,
R. Hower 1 ea.
Kor. Bena: J. McMillan 1.
Garfield: D. Johnson,
N. Marsh, S. Watson, T. Payne,
J. Drew, D. Helmore.
Kor. Bena: L. Van Rooye,
C. Trewin, S. Braithwaite,
M. Snooks, B. Fitzpatrick,
In other games...
WEST GIPPSLAND COMPETITION
2 0 420.00
2 0 167.26
Koo Wee Rup 1 0 123.08
1 0 110.20
1 1 106.10
Nar Nar Goon 1 1 101.41
Phillip Island 0 1 90.74
0 1 81.25
0 2 42.86
0 1 32.63
Nar Nar Goon 2 0 176.00
2 0 130.77
1 1 253.95
1 0 110.81
Phillip Island 1 0 103.33
1 1 66.17
0 1 96.77
Koo Wee Rup 0 1 90.24
0 2 54.61
0 2 53.28
2 0 1416.67
2 0 672.00
Phillip Island 1 0 1041.67
Koo Wee Rup 1 0 139.58
1 1 68.29
1 1 26.01
0 1 71.64
Nar Nar Goon 0 2 40.80
0 2 23.08
2 0 471.11
1 0 433.33
1 0 147.62
Phillip Island 1 0 600.00
Koo Wee Rup 1 0 410.71
1 1 78.18
0 2 64.55
0 1 24.35
0 1 16.67
Nar Nar Goon 0 2 6.89
Nar Nar Goon 12.9 .81 d Bunyip 5.3 .33
Nar Nar Goon 11.13.79 d Bunyip 4.8 .32
Bunyip 10.9 .69 d Nar Nar Goon 8.7.55
Bunyip 26.9 .165 d Nar Nar Goon 2.3 .15
N. Langley (Cora Lynn) 10
T. Mahoney (I-Kongwak) 7
J. Drew (Garfield) 5
M. Lewis (Nar Nar Goon) 7
M. Schreck (Dalyston) 5
T. Dovaston (Nar Nar Goon) 5
H. Briggs (Cora Lynn) 10
J. Verleg (Garfield) 8
Z. Williamson (Cora Lynn) 5
L. Taylor (Cora Lynn) 8
M. Nadenbousch (Bunyip) 7
G. Da Costa (Cora Lynn) 5
THE Korumburra Football Club
(now Korumburra-Bena Football Net-
ball Club) will be celebrating premier-
ships won in the years ending in sev-
en on the weekend of June 3 and 4.
The years being 1957 (both Se-
niors and Reserves under the leader-
ship of coach Jim Mackin) 60 year
celebration; 1967/68 Seniors under
the leadership of Adie Gravener (50
year celebration), 1987 Reserves 30
year celebration under coach Bill
Jeffs and the 1997 Seniors 20 year
celebration under the leadership of
The weekend will coincide with the
home game for the club against Nar
Players of these sides will meet
at mid-day on the Saturday at the
rooms at the Korumburra Show-
grounds with light refreshments pro-
vided at half-time of the main game
with formal acknowledgement at the
after game refreshments.
Sunday will see the get-together of
all players and supporters at the old
Korumburra ground (Richard Street)
with a barbecue lunch.
This day is for the mingling, recol-
lecting, reminiscing and catching up
as the clock gets wound back to the
premierships ending in seven.
There will be some short formali-
ties with some addresses by the
coaches of these sides or their repre-
sentatives followed by a catch-up with
players, old friends and their respec-
tive wives and partners.
All past players (particularly the
ones involved in the teams or club in
any way over the years), committee
and supporters are invited to attend.
For further details, contact Alan
Summerfield at alsummer2@hot-
mail or 0418 766 135, Bill Jeffs 0408
553 498, Noel Ladgrove 0419 551
073 or Paul Whelan 0431 278 250.
Korumburra’s 1967 premiership winning team coached by
Adie Graverner will be among many of the club’s premiership
winning teams to reunite across the weekend of June 3 and 4.
Premierships reunion for Korumburra
THE track was fast and dry at Garfield on Sat-
urday for Korumburra-Bena’s first hit-out against
a non-Alberton league club and they soon discov-
ered that Garfield will be one of the benchmark
teams of the competition this year.
The contest was close enough in the first quar-
ter, without the Giants scoring but they were com-
pletely outclassed in almost every facet of the game
in the second, prompting some ‘home truths’ from
coach Ben McGee at half time.
In the rooms during the break he apparently
named names and put it right on individuals for
their efforts to half time.
And they responded after the long break with a
much better third-quarter showing in which they
really should have outscored the Stars, admittedly
kicking with the aid of a strong wind.
The cheers went up from the travelling Giants’
fans when Jake McMillan broke the ice early in the
third quarter and you had to be a lot more pleased
with their efforts through the term.
Not to be outdone, new Stars’ forward, Dan-
iel Johnston took a ‘hanger’ and converted from
close range. He remained a problem for the Gi-
ants’ defenders throughout.
Daniel Abou Karroum was busy around the
packs, the big Giants’ ruckman, Jesse Hender-
son, was doing well too and with the likes of Luke
Van Rooye, Cam Trewin, Scott Braithwaite, Marty
Snooks, Ash Snooks around the flanks and Ben
Fitzpatrick competing strongly for the contested
ball; they looked a lot better.
Will Jeffs was presenting a good target at half
forward and where the match might really have
blown out after half time, it was a much more even
contest, the Giants adding 1.5 to the Stars’ 2.4.
And it was a much happier coach who praised
ABOVE: Korumburra-Bena onballer Luke Van Rooye was one of the few Giants players to
match against the faster, more committed Garfield players at Garfield on Saturday. M491517
LEFT: Korumburra-Bena’s Ash Snooks tries for the spoil while a busy Daniel Abou-Kar-
roum waits for the crumbs.
Garfield far too
strong for Giants
his players and also encouraged those blokes he’d
named for responding.
“We’ve what, won 11 of the 20 stoppages that
quarter, and had eight more inside 50s than
them,” McGee said.
“Look, we came here today with high hopes for
a good result and a good night tonight. That’s not
how it turned out but I really liked the fact that you
didn’t drop away in that quarter.”
Kicking with the wind, as the storm clouds gath-
ered in the south and west, Garfield went on to
increase its lead with four goals to nil, however,
the Giants put in a decent half of footy, after a poor
opening, and could reasonably be expected to im-
prove after the break for Easter.
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