Thursday, April 9, 2020
Mildura Settlers and Workers Gol Gol will meet in the grand final of Sunraysia cricket for a second consecutive time after each scored convincing wins in their semi-final outings.
A LIFELINE for Sunraysia’s most vulnerable came in the form of a dedicated community shopping hour at major supermarkets this morning.
MILDURA’s Kmart store was evacuated on Wednesday afternoon after its illuminated sign caught fire.
With second spot and a home semi on the line a century from Jordan Payne has helped Irymple set Workers Gol Gol a decent challenge on day one of round 18 in Sunraysia cricket. Watch Bill Sauer’s wrap.
Nichols Point has secured fourth spot with a strong win over Mildura West in round 17 of Sunraysia cricket while the top three sides also recorded comprehensive wins. Watch Bill Sauer’s wrap.
Your Friday SD News.
IMPOSING hundreds from Adam Thomson of Workers and Bryson Lush of Irymple and a 98 from Setts skipper Braidyn Turner have helped their teams amass daunting scores on day one of round 17 in Sunraysia cricket.
WHILE last week’s rain was a welcome sight for most Millewa farmers, it was a different story for one of the drought-stricken region’s almond growers.
The top three have further asserted their ascendancy, while an unbeaten ton from Mildura West opener Ben Hallam has provided the individual highlight, in round 16 of Sunraysia cricket.
MORE than 2000 residents were left without power after lightning struck a power pole during a fierce electrical storm across Sunraysia on Friday.
A NEW roundabout at the Ontario Avenue and Thirteenth Street intersection has opened to vehicles as part of a major safety overhaul.
A remarkable innings of 153 from Josh Carmichael was not sufficient to secure victory for Merbein South at Nichols Point as the top four sides all claimed comfortable wins in round 15 of Sunraysia cricket. Watch Bill Sauer’s wrap.