Must win clash for Singleton

BY ALEX TIGANI

The Singleton Roosterettes will welcome back three key names when travelling to Feighan Oval this week.

Rooster Deacon returns home

BY ALEX TIGANI

Singleton Roosters’ club officials Nadene McBride (senior president) and Paul Kelly (vice president) led tributes for Joel Deacon last week.

Barton ready to lead the Roosters

BY ALEX TIGANI

Returning Singleton Rooster Neil Barton has been unveiled as the club’s first grade coach ahead of the 2022 AFL Hunter Central Coast season.

A passion to play

BY ALEX TIGANI

You can’t help but admire the story of the Melbourne Demons.

Radmacher sisters poll well

Singleton Roosters Faith and Ella Radmacher, pictured with teammate Milan Davis, both polled well at the AFL Hunter Central Coast junior awards held (virtually) on Tuesday, September 14. (Photo: Mel Jones)

Footy Is Back

Thankfully, our local football heroes are ready to return to the field.

The season that almost did not happen

BY ALEX TIGANI

On Sunday morning I picked up the third issue of this newspaper (dated on Friday, July 17), sat down and smiled when reflecting on the opening line of the back-page story.

A win for Nads

BY ALEX TIGANI

There was a common theme around the Singleton playing group on the eve of the grand final.

Brilliance from Bates duo

BY ALEX TIGANI

Applause echoed across Bateau Bay when AFL Northern NSW general manager Simon Smyth announced Kalani Bates as the best on ground medallist of the grand final.

Roosterettes make history

BY ALEX TIGANI

It has been six days since the Singleton Roosterettes claimed their first senior premiership in club history.

The Three Amigos Aim For Glory

BY ALEX TIGANI

Close friends Cameron White, Hayden Nicol and Joseph Civello will lead their sides to historic finals this Saturday.

Bates farewell tour

BY ALEX TIGANI

Singleton’s second grade men’s side pulled off a win for the ages last week.

Blow before finals

BY ALEX TIGANI

The Singleton Roosters look to welcome back names such as reigning Davey medal winner Andrew Scott, Sam Brasington and Luke Draper. However they will be without Cameron Saunders.

Milestone for Trickey and Williams

BY ALEX TIGANI

Singleton Roosters Owen Trickey and Tyson Williams celebrated their 50th club games with another win on Sunday in soggy conditions.

Warriors aim for 10-0 record

Singleton’s local AFL junior success continued under lights at Maitland last Thursday when the Warriors celebrated a 36-point victory in the under-15 clash.

A win for Bryan’s birthday

BY ALEX TIGANI

Years may have passed since Singleton Roosters club legend Pete Childs last donned a playing jumper.

Muswellbrook Cats pull the pin on 2020 season

BY ALEX TIGANI

The Muswellbrook Cats have pulled the pin on season 2020 following the cancellation of last Saturday’s home scheduled matches against Gosford and Terrigal-Avoca.

Cousins combine for historic win

BY ALEX TIGANI

The Singleton Roosters’ youth girls team kick started their season with a comfortable 48-point win against reigning premier Cardiff at the Pasterfield Sporting Complex.

Simpson now a Saint

There is no football code war for NRL legend Steve Simpson.

He has represented Australia, played state of origin for NSW and won an NRL premiership for the Newcastle Knights.

Fox, Solly and Adams to inspire the Cats

BY ALEX TIGANI

They have faced two early defeats.
Now the Muswellbrook Cats are eyeing their first win of the AFL Hunter Central Coast’s 2020 Black Diamond Plate season.

Roosters aim for 3-0 start

BY ALEX TIGANI

The Singleton Roosters will aim to open their season with a third straight win when travelling to Newcastle City this Saturday.

Like mother, like daughter

BY ALEX TIGANI

Singleton Roosterette Kalani Bates has starred for her line-up since making her senior debut a fortnight ago.

The teenager was named as her side’s best player on debut against Lake Macquarie before scoring three goals in her side’s 78-point victory against Gosford on Saturday.