Rifle champions celebrated

Members of the Castlemaine Rifle Club contested the fourth and final stage of the club's 300 Metre Championship on Saturday.

Magpies weather the Storm

Castlemaine Football Netball Club welcomed Strathfieldsaye to the Camp Reserve last Saturday.

Mixed results for Maine

The Castlemaine Goldfields Football Club's Metro 4 Men's side hosted Bundoora United at Chewton Soldiers Memorial Park last Sunday.

Creek welcomes Maldon bowlers

Campbells Creek Bowling Club welcomed the Maldon bowlers on Wednesday May 8 for a social game of bowls.

Winter warmth at parkrun

Castlemaine’s cold weather has begun but that didn’t stop 85 parkrunners and nine volunteers from getting out and about to enjoy the bright colours on display in the Botanical Gardens on Saturday morning.

CSC soccer sides excel

The Castlemaine Secondary College (CSC) Year 9/10 girls soccer team scored in the last two minutes of their nail-biting grand final match against rivals Bendigo South East (BSE), securing them the win.

Dons valiant against the Steaders

Round five saw Maldon travel just down the road to Newstead to play. It was a day of mixed results with a few very close games. Saturday night was the Annual Ball and it was a great night had by all that attended. Thanks to the Maldon Golf Club for hosting the MFNC again for another year.

Creek tackle Eagles

Round 5 saw Campbells Creek welcome Dunolly.

Golfers tackle challenging conditions

Despite the return of damp conditions following a prolonged dry spell, 41 players embraced the challenge of the par game at Castlemaine Golf Club last Thursday.

On the mount

The Tuesday nine hole competition at Mount Alexander Golf Club saw Myrl Hauser win the ladies stroke round with 31-1/2 nett, runner-up was Jo Kepsner 33-1/2 nett. Fleur Smith won the putting with 12. Bill Clark won the countback with Bob Pratt and Charles Cilia to claim victory with 18 points.

Sun shines on Falcons

The Mt Alexander Falcons placed host to the Lancefield Women's football team last Saturday May 4 at home at Harcourt.

Female Football alive and well

May 3-12 is Female Football Week, a nationwide initiative to celebrate the immense growth of women’s football at all levels of the game and acknowledge and promote women's important role in developing the game.