Terang Mortlake Bloods

  • Bloods hunt Port on double

    AFTER losing to Port Fairy by 35 points on the weekend, Terang Mortlake’s senior footballers will be hoping to turn the tables on the Seagulls when the teams meet again this Sunday in the elimination final at Victoria Park.

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  • Netballers secure crucial victory

    TERANG Mortlake’s A grade netballers fought back into the top five with a dour 11-goal win over Warrnambool at Reid Oval on Saturday.

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  • Young Bloods step up

    TERANG Mortlake’s younger brigade stood up against Hamilton Kangaroos on Saturday, helping their team scrape through for a two-point win at Melville Oval.

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  • Bloods too good for Tigers

    TERANG Mortlake’s senior footballers overcame a slow first half defeat Portland 11.13 (79) to 10.7 (67) at Terang Recreation Reserve on Saturday.

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  • Bloods crush Cobden

    TERANG Mortlake’s senior football side could be dangerous in September if it hits finals with momentum behind it, according to coach Matt Irving.

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  • Bloods hammer home South

    TERANG Mortlake assistant coach Chris Bant said hard work over the past few weeks and a more vocal approach to Saturday’s match paid off for the Bloods, who snapped a four-game losing streak when they defeated South Warrnambool by 81 points.

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  • Netballers fall in nail-biter

    A RESURGENT Koroit overran Terang Mortlake in the last quarter to snatch a one-goal victory at Victoria Park on Saturday.

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  • Bloods play host to Eagles

    TERANG Mortlake replaced North Warrnambool in second spot on the A grade netball ladder with a belief-building 11-goal win over the Eagles at Terang Recreation Reserve on Saturday.

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  • Milestone week for Terang Mortlake

    ONE career has been illustriously recognised, the other has gone to another level in the past month, but both have celebrated milestones this week.

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  • Blues prove too mighty

    WARRNAMBOOL was in “another league” according to Terang Mortlake assistant coach Chris Bant when it came to polish during the Bloods’ 45-point loss to the Blues at Terang Recreation Reserve on the weekend.

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