A decade had passed since Hay’s first and only premiership, they had been close several times for that elusive second flag – they appointed a 21 year old as coach who pulled a town and playing group together to become a powerful force that re wrote the history books in Hay’s proud sporting history --- they played hard on the field and just as hard off enjoy Hay 1992 The Triple Treat --
Things were looking bright for Belvoir ahead of the 2015/16 season – a new coach, new recruits and a strong hunger for success as they were searching for its first ever CAW Provincial A grade premiership – they got there in the end, but it was one hell of a ride in a season that had the lot – enjoy “Belvoir 2015/16 Captains Call” ---
Episode B of “Corowa 1968 – Last to First” starts with a massive final home and away match and then into a gripping and emotion charged finals series that engulfed a club and a community as the mighty Spiders pulled off a remarkable rags to riches victory ---
Wooden spoons for Corowa Spiders in 1966 and 1967 was enough for the committee and community. “Things had to change” said President Jack Fisher, and change they did, by recruiting Richmond’s 1967 premiership captain Fred Swift – the ball was rolling for the “Last to First” campaign and this episode starts the journey ---
Myrtleford were looking for its 2nd Ovens and Murray FL flag and had appointed Greg Nichols as coach along with other stars like Peter Ruscucklic and then of course there was one Gary Ablett who made his way to town -- this is one hell of a story that delivered one of the leagues greatest ever seasons that had everything ----
Times had been tough for Daysdale having won five games in the last five years heading into the 1994 Coreen Football league season – the clubs 100th year – they had had enough and the planning over the last few years was starting to take shape to break a thirty year premiership drought --- the Black and Whites were ready to fight and fight they did in a remarkable fairy tale finish ---
First three episodes completed and currently into production phase of what is going to be a cracking set of Glory Days podcasts coming up --- to keep you in the mood we have produced a short recap on some of the great moments from season one ----
Holbrook led by WW II returned veteran and 1948 Melbourne premiership player Stan Rule looked anything but a flag contender after winning just 2 of its first 8 games - Culcairn had won the last three premierships, North Wagga were led by a Brownlow medalist and MCU the old enemy were looking good --- but the Brookers found a way - its a great story enjoy !