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Hanmer Herald is the be-all to end-all of newspapers. Providing first-hand coverage of current events both relevant and not, WRFL Hall of Fame Legend Graeme Hodgart takes us on his quarterly tour of all things white (and blue and red).
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We begin with some good news. Both Harry Spurling and Edmund Mitchell were head-hunted and are now elsewhere in the newspaper industry. Privacy laws prevent us from divulging that one is out west and the other one is Inverleigh. Two new inspiring writers were interviewed and were very keen until they met five of our running umpires. No doubt you will know who those five were because immediately the pair turned tail and disappeared. This left Stephen Berry and Dane Cowper, both of whom know... Read More
What do you do when you go to the MCG as a spectator? First you get a surprise text message from your cousin who lives in Canberra and you haven’t seen for about 5 years. Then you find out that they are in Melbourne for the week to deliver a lecture. Next, via another text, you discover that they are, in fact, at the MCG as well! So you spend the entire 3rd quarter watching a little bit of the football while catching up with your cousin. Read More
Welcome to the second issue for 2015. Thanks again must go to the two main editors, writers, managers, reporters and gophers in Harry Spurling and Edmund Mitchell. The first issue went over like a lead balloon and hardly cause a ripple within the umpiring ranks. This was possibly due to the fact that no-one read the garbage that they published. Both these fine men are putting forward this tripe for the second year running. Keep up the shonky work, guys! Please remember that the contents of this... Read More
Welcome to the first issue for 2015. Thanks to the two main editors, writers, managers, reporters and gophers in Harry Spurling and Edmund Mitchell. Both these fine gentlemen decided to take up the responsibility of publishing this tripe for the second year running. Unfortunately all those people with more talent declined the offer. Please remember that the contents of this great publication are totally fictitious. All names, people, places, events and dog carts have been changed to protect... Read More
15 Mar 2015
The 2015 Henry McFerran Cup (Annual Golf Day) will be held on Sunday 15th March at 12:30pm. If you can play golf (or even if you can't - let's face it, who really can anyway?) get along and help prevent Paul Battaglia from taking out the trophy for yet another year! Read More