Terang Mortlake Bloods

  • Tough day out for footballers

    TWO goalless quarters has seen Terang Mortlake’s senior footballers go down to South Warrnambool by 83 points during round 15 of Hampden league action at Friendly Societies Park.

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  • Bloods fall short against Roos

    TERANG Mortlake midfielder Jarryd Hay found a silver lining in his side’s performance despite a narrow loss to Hamilton Kangaroos last Saturday.

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  • Second half lapse costly for Bloods

    TERANG Mortlake coach Michael Sargeant says last Saturday’s defeat to Warrnambool was his side’s “worst loss of the year”.

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  • Bloods fall short against top side

    TERANG Mortlake’s open netball coach Lisa Arundell is taking plenty of positives out of her side’s loss to Cobden last Saturday.

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  • Bloods fall short against South

    TERANG Mortlake’s open netball side suffered a devastating loss to South Warrnambool last Saturday.

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  • Defender lapping up Hampden role

    TERANG Mortlake netballer Emma Lucas admits she is loving being in familiar surroundings after rejoining the club ahead of this season.

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  • Bloods toppled by Kangaroos

    A SECOND half fade-out compounded Terang Mortlake’s woes in its loss to Hamilton Kangaroos last Saturday.

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  • Bloods dealt heavy blow

    FAILURE to get first hands on the ball saw Terang Mortlake comprehensively beaten by Camperdown last Saturday.

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  • Bloods commence new female football program

    TERANG Mortlake’s first ever female football team training was a raging success with a strong turnout of interested players last Wednesday night.

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  • Bloods deliver reserves flag

    TERANG Mortlake pulled off a spirited comeback to defeat South Warrnambool in the Hampden league reserves football grand final last Saturday.

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