- Former Hamilton Imperials president Bob Thomas joins the Hampden FNL executive committee.
- Grampians won the Cogger-Gurry T20 title, defeating St Mary’s on the second last ball of the innings, going on to finish runner-up in the Sungold T20 competition in Warrnambool.
- Hamilton Imperials’ last best and fairest winner Tim Meulendyks signs to play with Central District in the SANFL for season 2013.
- Alec McIntyre takes 6-29 in Hamilton’s opening match of the Under 17 Country Week against Portland, while earlier in the day, Aaron Jenkins also ran amok, taking 6-13, also against Portland in the Under 15s, on a steaming hot day in Hamilton, while Under 15 captain Angus Boyd made 94 not out during day two against South West.
- Hamilton’s Under 15 team goes through undefeated to win the Country Week title, defeating South West by 34 runs in Horsham, with skipper Angus Boyd named Player of the Carnival and Aaron Jenkins again taking six wickets in the final. The Under 17s finished third, defeating Portland in the play-off after barely missing the final.
- Our Arlington, driven by Greg Sugars, won the Matthews Petroleum Hamilton Pacing Cup in front of a 2000-strong crowd, defeating Our Blackbird and Arber. Aveross Mac won the Alexandra House Border Cup earlier in the day.
- Queenslander Darren Kane took out his second straight National Super Sedan Series A Main at Hamilton Speedway following a night of spills and thrills at the Hamilton Speedway.
Full story in The Spectator on Wednesday, December 25, 2013.