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 Wednesday May 31, 2006
The weekend in Sport from the SOUTH EAST....click here for more from the ABC website
GREAT FLINDERS FL REPORTS FROM ROUND 5: RAMBLERS, looking for their fifth consecutive win over powered a competitive United Yeelanna side at Karkoo on Saturday...For More CLICK HERE...

Match report from the Tumby Bay v Cummins Kapinnie...... TUMBY Bay's experience and ability to convert when going forward made the difference in their win over Cougars at Cummins Oval on Saturday.....for more click here

BROKEN HILL ROUND SIX NEWS......Hot Pies upset Roos

In the best game of Football for the year Central stormed home in the last quarter to beat the previously unbeaten South Club by 31 points at Alma Oval.....click here for more

Tuesday May 30, 2006
YPFL NEWS: Highest accolade for TREVOR DILLON. In honour of his lifetime of service to football, well known identity Trevor Dillon, of Kadina, was awarded life membership of the YPFL.......for more click here
PASKEVILLE FOOTY CLUB CABARET ON SAT JULY 8.......for more info click here for more YPFL news click here
Monday May 29, 2006 - MOONTA TOO STRONG FOR COUGARS

In a strong display Moonta proved to be far too good for the Cougars winnings by 98 points. Rick Mackereth was best for the winners with Wes Murphy and Brad Smith (6 goals apiece) dominant at the.....for click here

Monday May 29, 2006 - MATCH REPORT from the Riverland, LOXTON POUND ROVERS By Nicholas Kossatch
LOXTON handed Renmark a football lesson humiliating them by 111 points at Renmark on Saturday. The Tigers on-ball brigade....click here for more

Saturday May 27, 2006 - MATCH REPORT from the SGL - West Augusta v Solomontown for more click here
Friday May 26, 2006 -    CROWS SIGN BROKEN HILL JUNIOR......The Adelaide Football Club has signed its first AFL scholarship player, 16 year-old Taylor Walker.................for more click here

Friday May 26, 2006 - Yorke Peninsula Preview of Round Seven
It’s another crucial round of footy this week on YP, despite the fact that several of the four matches appear to be “David v Goliath” type encounters. For more click here

Thursday May 25, 2006 - The weekend (May 20-21) in Sport in the South East.....................click here for more

Thursday May 25, 2006 - SGL NEWS: Wolves keep on playing

The SGL will reamin a seven team competition, with the Quorn Willsden Football Club to play out the remainder of the 2006 season....for more click here

Thursday May 25, 2006 - A minutes silence remembers those who were killed at Gladstone

On Saturday May 20, over 80 players and officials from BMW and Southern Flinders  Football Clubs, as well as 300 supporters, gathered at Wilmington Oval to remember those killed in the Gladstone Factory Blast.........for more info click here

Wednesday May 24, 2006 - MATCH REPORT FROM THE RIVERLAND F.L. - Loxton North v Renmark (by Nicholas Kossatch)

DAVE GREGORIC’S three goal third quarter propelled Loxton North to a come-from-behind victory over Renmark at Renmark Oval. The Panthers’ form suggested they were not far away and finally were...for the full report click here

Wednesday May 24, 2006NORTHERN AREAS FOOTY BACK AFTER A WEEK OFF

Footy resumed in the NAFL on Saturday after a week off because of the Gladstone mine disaster. A big crowd gathered at Wilmington, hoping Southern Flinders could give BMW a run for its money. Click here for more

Tuesday May 23, 2006 TANTANOOLA STAYS UNBEATEN AFTER SIX ROUNDS

Tantanoola maintained its unbeaten form with a 45 point win at Kalangadoo. After trailing at quarter time (1.4 to 2.5), Tantanoola kicked eight goals to four in the second quarter. After an even third term…..click here for more

Monday May 22, 2006 – PASKY STAYS UNBEATEN AFTER ROUND SIX

Paskeville continues to be the red hot favourite to take out the 2006 YPFL premiership, after its 165 demolition of the Southern Eagles at the weekend. Led up front by Brad Price who kicked seven……click here for more info

 
Monday May 22, 2006 - KNTFL Round Five - LUCINDALE AND BORDER DISTRICTS EQUAL TOP AFTER FIVE ROUNDS
Lucindale and Border Districts remain the only undefeated teams after five Rounds. Luncindale defeated Edenhope/Apsley by 58 points (19-15 to 11-5) with Phil Smith kicking 8 to take his seasons tally to 39….for more click here

Monday May 22, 2006FREELING STILL UNBEATEN AFTER WIN OVER NURI

Freeling maintained its unbeaten form with a comfortable 49 point win over Nuriootpa. Nuri were out of the blocks in style kicking 7.1 to 5.3 in the first term before the Redlegs got their act together kicking 11…..for more info click here