Hume League News

Henty 2014 Hume Premiers

Henty has won the Hume FL 2014 premiership with a commanding forty five point win over Rand Walbundrie Tigers at Walbundrie Sportsground on Saturday.


Grand Final Review

HENTY is celebrating after a drought-breaking premiership — the club’s first flag since 1996.


Grand Final Results

Premiers for Season 2014 - Henty in the Seniors, Brock Burrum in the Reserves, Osborne in the Under 17's & CDHBU in the Under 14's. In the Netball Jindera are Premiers in A Grade, Brock Burrum in B Grade, Murray Magpies in C Grade, Lockhart in C Reserve, Rand Walbundrie in the 16 & Under, Holbrook in the 14 & Under & Billabong Crows in the 12 & Under.more

Border Mail Team of the Year - 2014

Border Mail's Brent Godde select his Team of the Yearmore

Stalwarts hope today’s the day for Rand

DON Webster, Ernie Wardius, Jim Ralston, Bruce Cooper and Ian Kreutzberger are a patient lot.


Tom knows what it takes to win a flag

RAND-Walbundrie’s Tom Simmons is hoping his remarkable baseball grand final record translates to the football field in today’s flag decider against Henty at Walbundrie.


Ryan in last-ditch bid to prove his fitness

HENTY co-coach Brent Piltz says Ryan Hon still has to prove he is fit to play in tomorrow’s Hume league decider.


We’re set to end the drought: Piltz

HENTY co-coach Brent Piltz says the Swampies are in the best shape of his three-year tenure heading into tomorrow’s decider against Rand-Walbundrie.


Tigers’ great leap forward

IT was one of the Hume league’s most daring recruiting blitzes.

Rand-Walbundrie’s gamble to snare seven players from North Eastern Australian Football League club Eastlake.


Grand Final Preview

IT was nearly impossible to wipe the smile off Jamarl O’Sullivan’s face after Henty’s second semi-final win over Rand-Walbundrie.


2AY Broadcasting the Grand Final

This Saturday 2AY 1494 will be commentating the Hume League’s Grand Final between Henty and Rand Walbundrie Tigers from Walbundrie.


Just like Dad: Father-son flag hunt for Henty

HENTY young guns Harry Macreadie and Sam Murray weren’t even born when the Swampies won their most recent flag in 1996.


Preliminary Final Review

RAND-Walbundrie is one win away from a drought-breaking flag after scoring a dominant 39-point victory over Howlong in their preliminary final clash at Walbundrie on Saturday.


Preliminary Final Results

Rand-Walbundrie are into the Grand Final in the Seniors, Jindera are through in the Reserves, CDHBU in the Under 17's & Holbrook in the Under 14's.more

Preliminary Final Preview

RAND-Walbundrie will be out to secure its first grand final berth since merging in 2005 when it clashes with a red-hot Howlong in the preliminary final at Walbundrie on Saturday.more

Azzi Medal Results - 2014

Nicholas Sedgwick of Brock Burrum Saints is the Azzi Medalist for season 2014.
Full results are attached.more

Odewahn Medal Results - 2014

Sam Dewar of Jindera is the Reserves Odewahn Medalist for season 2014.
Full results are attached.more

Thomas Medal Results - 2014

Nicholas Cooke of Culcairn id the Under 17's Thomas Medalist for 2014.
Attached are full results of the count.more

O'Connell Medal Results - 2014

Will Holmes of Holbrook is the Under 14's O'Connell Medalist for Season 2014.

Attached are all the votesmore

Nico to stay on after medal win

BROCK-BURRUM speedster Nico Sedgwick last night took out the Hume league’s Azzi medal.


Presentation Night - 2014

Summary of winners at last night's Presentation Night.more

Henty's Sam Murray looms as the youngest gun of all

HENTY young gun Sam Murray will chase a slice of history in tonight’s Azzi Medal count.


Henty Storm into Grand Final

Henty is the first team into the 2014 Hume FL grand final, following a twenty seven point win over Rand Walbundrie Tigers on Saturday at Walbundrie.


Semi Final Review

FLAG favourite Henty charged into its second decider in three years with a pulsating 27-point victory over Rand-Walbundrie in the second semi-final at Walbundrie on Saturday.


1st Semi Finals Results

Howlong are through to the Preliminary Final in the Seniors, as are Culcairn in the Reserves, CDHBU in the Under 17's & Lockhart in the Under 14's.more

2nd Semi Finals Results

Henty are through to the Grand Final in the Seniors, as are Brock-Burrum in the Reserves, Osborne in the Under 17's & CDHBU in the Under 14's.more

Semi Final Preview

RAND-Walbundrie coach Daniel Athanitis believes the Tigers can overcome their lack of finals experience in the second semi-final at Walbundrie on Saturday.


Hon out for finals in a blow to Henty

HENTY is likely to be without livewire forward Ryan Hon for the finals.

In a savage blow to the Swampies’ flag aspirations, Hon has already been ruled out of Saturday’s second semi-final against Rand-Walbundrie with a knee injury.


Saints and Spiders make it through

DEFENDING PREMIERS Brock Burrum Saints has kept alive its hopes of going back to back with an easy win over CDHBU in the elimination final at Walbundrie last Saturday.


Elimination Finals - Review

BROCK-BURRUM co-coach Luke Brauer believes his side has regained confidence and hit its straps at the right time in the Hume league season after a convincing 44-point victory over CDHBU in the first elimination final at Walbundrie on Saturday.


Elimination Finals - Preview

WHILE playing at Osborne and being a premiership player may go hand in hand, five-time premiership midfielder Adam Gooden has a claim to fame his premiership teammates can’t match.


Holbrook sink Lockhart finals hopes

Lockhart has missed its chance to play Hume finals for the first time since 2009, after they were walloped by Holbrook at Lockhart by 47 points.


Round 20 - Review

CDHBU snatched an unlikely finals berth after upstaging defending premier Brock-Burrum by 35 points at Coreen on Saturday.


Round 20 - Preview

HIGH-profile Lockhart recruit David Trotter is willing.

But the million-dollar question for the Demons is if the body is able?


Tigers set for minor premiership

RAND WALBUNDRIE TIGERS have all but clinched its first ever Hume FL minor premiership since merging from Walbundrie and Rand clubs in the 2006 season.


Dan stays the top Cat

OSBORNE premiership mentor Daniel McAlister will become the Cats’ longest serving coach since joining the Hume league in 1970 after re-signing for a fifth consecutive season.


‘Disappointed’ Ball departs as Hopper coach

WALLA coach Trent Ball will stand down as coach after the Hoppers’ final match of the year against Howlong on Saturday.


Round 19 - Review

HENTY is poised to potentially break its premiership drought after a confidence-boosting 23-point win over Brock-Burrum at Brocklesby on Saturday.


Holbrook Primary School into last 4 of State

Today Holbrook PS played Kings Langley PS (Sydney West) in the quarter finals of the State Tony Lockett PSSA Knockout Competition. The final score was 9.8.62 to 5.3.33 The game was played in great spirit between the two schools and was enjoyed by a big crowd on hand as well.


Round 19 - Preview

DUAL Azzi medallist, premiership player, best and fairest winner, captain, coach, Hume league representative and now a 300-gamer.


Suncorp Rising Star - Round 18 - Jeremy Sykes

Jeremy Sykes of Lockhart is the Round 18 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Way, Eady to lead Culcairn Lions

BRENDAN Way will step back into the coaching ranks next year as co-coach of Culcairn alongside Adam Eady.


Finals boost for Lockhart

Lockhart gave itself a huge finals boost when they proved too good for old rivals Osborne at Lockhart in the third last round of the Hume 2014 season.


Round 18 - Review

JINDERA rammed the last nail into CDHBU’s finals coffin with a gutsy 19-point victory at Coreen on Saturday.


Suncorp Rising Star - Round 17 - Josh Jones

Josh Jones of Holbrook is the Round 17 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Round 18 - Preview

JINDERA captain Tom Weldon says the youthful exuberance of the Bulldog pups has been the major driving force behind the club’s late-season revival.


Saints win again

In a replay of last years grand final Brock Burrum came up with a similar result against a determined Holbrook, winning by twenty points at Holbrook.


Round 17 - Review

PREMIERSHIP contender Henty’s top-two aspirations survived a huge scare against a determined Jindera at Jindera on Saturday.


Suncorp Rising Star - Round 16 - Jay O'Donoghue

Jay O'Donoghue of CDHBU is the Round 16 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Round 17 - Preview

AFTER tentatively treading the finals tightrope all season, rookie Howlong coach Joel Price can finally see the finishing line.

The equation is simple.


Power coach stands down

CDHBU coach Brad Talbot will stand down at the end of the Hume league season.


Swampies Victory

The Swampies jumped back into the top two with an emphatic victory at home to Osborne and now sit one game and equal percentage behind top placed RW Tigers.


Round 16 - Review

CDHBU breathed new life into its stuttering season with a slogging 9-point victory over top six contender Howlong at Coreen on Saturday.


Suncorp Rising Star - Round 15 - Patrick O'Connell

Patrick O'Connell of Osborne is the Round 15 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


2014 Interleague Football and Netball - Photos


2AY score updates

Once again 1494 2AY will be doing a round the grounds score updates of every Hume FL match every round of the year as part of its award winning local football coverage.


Suncorp Rising Star for 2013 - Justin Gordon

Justin Gordon of Rand Walbundrie is the Overall Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Sponsorship Available

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HFL Seniors 2014
1 Rand-Walbundrie Tigers 72
2 Henty 68
3 Brock/Burrum Saints 60
4 Osborne 56
5 Howlong 50
6 CDHBU 48
7 Lockhart 46
8 Jindera 44
9 Murray Magpies 36
10 Holbrook 32
11 Culcairn 32
12 Billabong Crows 20
13 Walla 8

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