Hume League News

Interleague Results

The Interleague Results from todays game against Overs & King at Jindera.more

Interleague Preview

THE Hume league is set to unleash its strongest representative team in almost a decade when it clashes with the Ovens and King league at Jindera on Saturday.


Hume looking in good shape

HUME league coach Josh Walker is confident of having a strong list at his disposal for the interleague showdown with the Ovens and King league at Jindera on Saturday.


Round 6 - Review

RAND-Walbundrie’s finals aspirations are hanging by a thread after suffering its fourth loss of the season against Howlong at Howlong on Saturday.


It’s too big a job, McAlister tells Osborne

OSBORNE premiership coach Daniel McAlister will step down at the end of the season.


Round 6 - Preview

IT seems strange to use phrases such as “ladder leaders” and “top of the table” about the Murray Magpies.


WAW Votes - Round 5 - 2015

2015 WAW Player of Year for Round 5 Votes


SunCorp Rising Star - Round 5 2015 - Jacob McDonnell

Jacob McDonnell of Osborne is the Round 5 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Upsets continue in Hume football

THE upsets continued in the Hume Football League with CDHBU bringing down the premiership favourites by 22 points.


Round 5 - Review

HALF an hour of power.

That’s all it took for CDHBU to send a warning to the rest of the competition that the Power are a legitimate finals contender this season and not just making up the numbers.


Round 5 - Preview

MANY people believe in the saying that cats have nine lives.

And while Osborne coach Daniel McAlister may not necessarily believe in the old wives tale, he admits the Cats have used up four lives in the opening month of the season.


WAW Votes - Round 4 - 2015

WAW Votes for Round 4


SunCorp Rising Star - Round 4 2015 - Shaun Turvey

Shaun Turvey of Culcairn is the Round 4 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Recruits add dash of class to squad

THE Hume league has announced its squad to tackle the Ovens and King league later this month.

The squad is made up of 44 players for the May 23 clash at Jindera.


Saints maintain undefeated status

Brocklesby-Burrumbuttock Saints has maintained its undefeated start to the Hume League season and in doing shored up its premiership credentials.


Round 4 - Review

BROCK-BURRUM overcame a crippling injury toll to score a rousing five-point victory over the previously undefeated Howlong at Howlong on Saturday.


Round 4 - Preview

FORMER Wodonga Raider John Spencer spent most of his time at Birallee Park playing out of the goalsquare.

But Holbrook’s big recruit for this season bristles at suggestions he is a one-trick pony.


WAW Votes - Round 3 - 2015

2015 WAW Player of Year Votes for Round 3


SunCorp Rising Star - Round 3 2015 - Zac Stuart

Zac Stuart of Jindera is the Round 3 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Round 3 - Review

WALLA has emerged from the darkest period in the club’s proud history with victory for the first time since late in the 2013 season.


Round 3 - Preview

RAND-Walbundrie full-forward Josh Warren-Marmo believes the heartache of last year’s grand final loss is a real driving force for the Tigers to go one better this season.


WAW Votes - Round 2 - 2015

WAW Coaches votes for Round 2.


SunCorp Rising Star - Round 2 2015 - Ben Baker

Ben Baker of Howlong is the Round 2 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


Thrills and spills in the Wet

Brock Burrum Saints inflicted the second successive defeat on defending premiers Henty by travelling to Henty and winning a tough encounter by 19 points.


Round 2 - Review

HOWLONG sent a resurgent Jindera crashing back to earth with an impressive 27-point win over the sagging Bulldogs at Howlong on Saturday.


Round 2 - Preview

IT may have been a first in Hume league history.

The reigning Azzi medallist running around in the seconds.

But that was the predicament for Brock-Burrum midfielder Nico Sedgwick last weekend.


SunCorp Rising Star - Round 1 2015 - Lachlan Kaye

Lachlan Kaye of Murrat Magpies is the Round 1 Winner of the Suncorp Rising Star.


WAW Votes - Round 1 - 2015

Coaches votes for the WAW Award for Round 1.


Swampies beaten in first game for the season

Both 2014 Hume FL grand final teams Henty and Rand Walbundrie Tigers were beaten in a spectacular start to the 2015 season.


Round 1 - Review

MURRAY Magpies lived up to the pre-season hype of being one of the Hume league’s big improvers with a dominant 35-point victory over Rand-Walbundrie at Rand on Saturday.


Round 1 - Preview

CLASSY midfielder Shannon Gilson has shelved retirement plans and will play for the Murray Magpies this season.


Eastern Riverina Chronicle Season Preview

Robbie Mackinlay preview's the 2015 Hume League Seasonmore

Border Mail Season Preview

Border Mail's Brent Godde preview's The 2015 Hume League Seasonmore

WAW Like Your Club Promotion

WAW Like Your Club Promotion.


Tigers lose ACT key forward

HIGH-profile Rand-Walbundrie forward Dean Roulstone has been forced into premature retirement.

Roulstone, 28, recently told Tiger officials that concussion concerns meant he had played his last game of football.


Darryn McKimmie a hero of club and community

DARRYN McKimmie has called it quits on his stellar football career.

McKimmie, 37, had shoulder surgery over the off-season and recently announced his retirement plans to Brock-Burrum officials.


Wagga set to host representative football double header

WAGGA is set to host a representative football double header next year with both Riverina and Farrer Leagues to play Victorian opposition at Robertson Oval on May 23.


Draw for 2015

The draw for the 2015 Hume League Season has been released.more

Magpies add Freeman, Murray to recruiting drive

MURRAY Magpies have lured North Albury defender Alex Freeman to Urana Road Oval.


2014 Interleague Football and Netball - Photos


Suncorp Rising Star for 2013 - Justin Gordon

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


Sponsorship Available

The Hume football League invite Businesses in the District to promote and advertise their business within the frame work of the Hume Football League.

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