Posts in Tag: Wangaratta Rovers
A DESIRE to test himself at the next level of football followed by a chat with Gary Ayres convinced Dylan Stone to make the move to reigning VFL premiership club Port Melbourne.
WANGARATTA City FC and Wangaratta Rovers will contest an international rules game tomorrow night.
REIGNING Bob Rose medallist Dylan Stone’s rehabilitation has now started but the Wangaratta Rovers’ midfielder isn’t putting a date on his return.
FORMER Wangaratta Rovers player Jeremy O’Brien has been named coach of the year of the Picola and District, South East division for his work at Tungamah FNC this season.
WANGARATTA Rovers’ Paul Sanderson again stamped his mark on the Ovens and Murray competition last night taking out the Leo Dean Medal for the best and fairest in the thirds competition for the second straight season.
A PYHSICAL and hungry Wangaratta Magpies side hunted in packs to win through to a preliminary final next weekend by downing Wangaratta Rovers by 39 points at John Foord Oval yesterday.
IT will be akin to a derby in the first semi final this weekend as Wangaratta Rovers come up against Wangaratta Magpies in the thirds.
WANGARATTA Rovers’ 2017 season drew to a close on Saturday, going down in fighting fashion with a three-goal loss at the hands of North Albury.
IT has been a long, tough season, but Wangaratta Rovers ended it on a high note.
IT shapes as the best opportunity for both sides to chalk up one final win before their season finishes, but Wangaratta Rovers will have more to play for than their North Albury opponents tomorrow.
A SLOW start put Wangaratta Rovers on the back foot early but there were plenty of positives to be gained from their 50-point loss against Myrtleford on Saturday.
FOUR possible inclusions are set to bolster Wangaratta Rovers’ line up ahead of their clash with Myrtleford tomorrow.