■ ‘Brain bags 14’ - Blighty superboot Jed Brain showed his star quality with 14 goals in a 123-point win against Mathoura.
■ - Two of the Picola District League’s North West rivals and finals contenders - Picola United and Blighty - met in a ‘match of the day’ contest.
■ Blighty produced a Picola District Football League upset when they smashed the previously undefeated Picola United.
■ Rotary Park was bustling with more than 270 soccer player taking to the field.
■ The Deni Drovers took centre stage when they hosted Wagga Waratahs for a 2017 grand final rematch played at Rotary Park.
■ While still in 4ths, 14 year-old Jack Charlton, of Blighty, played his 100th game at a young age.
■ Eight records were broken at the Deniliquin High School athletics carnival. Ben Blenkiron broke the 17+ boys’ records for discuss and javelin. Elena Mulham broke the 13 year girls’ record for shot put and discuss. Izayah Gazzara broke the 14 year boys’ record for long jump. Rachel Crockart broke the 15 year girls’ record for 400m. Macie Free broke the 14 year girls’ 100m and 200m records.
■ - ‘Bones to play 400th’ - Liam Fleming, one of Deni Rovers’ most loyal servants, celebrated his 400th game.
■ - Deni Rams wingman, Sam Willoughby played in the Murray Football League Under 18s side, claiming the best on ground medal.
■ ‘Bond reaches game 300’ - Deni Rovers midfielder Allan Bond played his 300th club game.
■ ‘First win for Charlton bros’ - Brothers Luke and Blake Charlton both picked up their first amateur boxing win at an event in Wodonga, representing the Golden Rivers RSL Boxing Club.
■ ‘Giant opportunity’ Deni Rovers speedster David Smith played alongside some of the AFL’s elite players when he lined up for the GWS reserves in the Giants’ North East Australian Football League round six clash against the Sydney Swans.
■ Deni defender John Anstee lined up as the only Rams representative for Murray Football League in their interleague clash against the Gippsland Football League at Moe.
■ ‘Lumber’s 10 against Tigers’ - Deni Rovers assistant coach Brody Lumber slot- ted 10 goals, kicking more than half of his side’s 18 goals, in a comfortable win over Katamatite in round five of the Picola & District League.
■ Five sets of brothers — Andrew and Dylan May, Brendan and Damian Hope, Alex and Joe Hay, Dylan and Nathan Kerr and Dylan and Ben East — line up for the Deni Rovers seniors against Jerilderie.
RIGHT: Jack Charlton is ready for his 100th game for the Redeyes.