Welcome to Dindi Daily for Sunday, February 10.
State Governor Linda Dessau joined Kinglake Cricket Club on Saturday, as part of her discreet tour of the bushfire region.
Kinglake hit 147 on the first of its two-day match against Reservoir in the Northern Metro Manion Shield.
It is the Black Stumps Day at Kinglake with junior games starting at the Memorial Reserve at 9am and the Firsts Game commencing at 11,30am.
In Diamond Valley Cricket Barclay Shield, Montmorency 4/221 v North Eltham Wanderers. Lower Eltham v Diamond Creek. Epping v Rosanna. Macleod
v Riverside 9/136(cc).Bundoora 8/199(cc) v Plenty.
Ijn the Seymour District Cricket Association, A-Grade, Kilmore 131 def by Tallarook 8/139. Eastern Hill 112 def by Yea Tigers 4/231(dec). Avenel 211 drew Broadford 0/3.
In B-Grade, Tallarook 132 were def by Alexandra 7/137. Yea Tigers v Eastern Hill. Royals def Avenel. Pyalong 99 def by Seymour 4/108 S Van Duinen 56. Broadford 116 def Kilmore 9/103(cc).
Sue Aurisch won the Murrindindi Masters Ladies Golf at Yea.
In sad news, we regret to advise the passing of Trevor Hibbert of Avenel, well-known in Freemasons circles extending from Alexandra to Nagambie. He was in 89th year.
Weather: Sun., Feb. 10.
Sunday: Mostly Sunny
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