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Tumut retains Maher Cup

In a ferocious contest in front of a big and rowdy crowd at Twickenham this afternoon, the Tumut Blues retained the Maher Cup and enacted revenge on Group 9 premiers and arch-rivals, Gundagai, winning 30-12.

Bulls reserves face Deni road trip

The Tumut Bulls will head to Deniliquin on Saturday to take on the Drovers. The Southern Inland...

Tumut Trio set to debut for Blues

Jesse Bellchambers, Tom Hickson and Malik Aitken will all make their first grade debut for the Tumut Blues when they take...

Footys back … Group 9 sets the stage for massive 2021

Derek Hay will be pivotal to the success of the Gundagai Tigers in 2021. Photo: Tahlia Crane Photography.

Weir set for Hillston Cup road trip

Kerry Weir and Megan Creed will take recent Tumut winner, Bill Road, to Hillston for their cup meeting on Saturday.

Easter bowls a welcome return to competition

Youngster Will Crampton sends one down. Bowlers from all over NSW and Canberra converged on Club Tumut over...

Tumut host Southern Highlands Champs

Gundagai bowlers, Sharon Armstrong and Gail Rowland, who contested the Southern Highlands District Bowls Singles Championship final at Club Tumut.

Another One not just making up the numbers

Photo: The Gary Colvin trained and locally owned, Another One, will head to the $500,000 Country Championships final at Royal Randwick...

Ash medals at Australian Champs

Photo: Ash Van Rijswijk shows off her silver and bronze medal that she won at the Australian Age Swimming Championships at...

Sturt and Fenn make State Cup debuts

Jacob Sturt recently made his Queensland Cup debut, helping the Wynnum-Manly Seagulls to a 36-24 round two victory over the Tweed...