Hoppers Crossing

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Hoppers Crossing Cricket Club - History
... The club was formed in 1977 as the Hoppers Crossing Footballers Cricket Club after it received its initial financial backing from the Hoppers Crossing Football Club (HCFC) ... sufficient funds were raised to recompense the Football Club and it was renamed the Hoppers Crossing Cricket Club (HCCC) ...
St James The Apostle Primary School
... Hoppers Crossing is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 28.8 km south-west of Melbourne's central business district ... At the 2011 Census, Hoppers Crossing had a population of 37,598 ... The suburb is named after Stephen Hopper (1832-1908) and his family, who were residents in the area ...
Hoppers Crossing, Victoria - Sports
... Hoppers Crossing has many gyms and sports grounds ... The Hoppers Crossing Football Club, nicknamed the 'Warriors', play at Hogans Road Reserve ... Hoppers Crossing Cricket Club, known as the 'Cats' was formed in 1977 and its first team was entered into the “B turf" section of the Sunshine Cricket ...
St James The Apostle Primary School - Sports
... Hoppers Crossing has many gyms and sports grounds ... complex was built at The Grange for the Hoppers Crossing Soccer Club ... The Hoppers Crossing Football Club, nicknamed the 'Warriors', play at Hogans Road Reserve ...
Werribee, Victoria - History - Development
... However, it took almost 20 years before a campus of Victoria University could be established in Hoppers Crossing ... further boosted when the suburban electrified rail network was extended to Hoppers Crossing and Werribee in 1985 ... Werribee, east of Tarneit Road and Hoppers Crossing started to be developed from the 1970s, with modest brick veneer homes predominating ...

Famous quotes containing the word crossing:

    This was charming, no doubt: but they shortly found out
    That the Captain they trusted so well
    Had only one notion for crossing the ocean,
    And that was to tingle his bell.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)