Ea­gles’ goal — beat the best

The Riverine Herald - - YEAR IN REVIEW 2018 -

LISA Drys­dale had been in the job less than 24 hours when she an­nounced her goal in 2019 was to knock Moama off its perch. The newlyap­pointed Echuca United A grade play­ing coach was un­veiled on Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon, af­ter mak­ing a move from Goul­burn Val­ley League club Echuca. And the 38-year-old has a mes­sage for back-to-back reign­ing pre­miers and cross-town ri­vals, Moama — ‘‘if they’re the team to beat, I want us to be right up there with them’’.

The next-gen look for the PS Em­my­lou

A RE­FUR­BISHED Em­my­lou and a Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment fea­si­bil­ity study could see a new pad­dlesteamer float­ing down the Mur­ray. As part of a $400,000 Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment coin­vest­ment — $200,000 from the gov­ern­ment and $200,000 from Aus­tralian Pad­dlesteam­ers — the Em­my­lou was out of the wa­ter for three months for a com­plete re­fur­bish­ment.

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