Darraweit Guim: A small farming township on the edge of the Macedon Ranges Shire, located near Deep Creek, Darraweit Guim is a quiet, peaceful place. A population of 300 enjoys beautiful views over the nearby hills, with quality pastoral land as far as the eye can see. Native wildlife abounds, heritage listed buildings feature and the beautiful local school is home to about 50 primary school students. And now, Darraweit (or "The Guim") is home to the mighty Dirigibles. <img src="http://www.guiafe.com.ar/fotos-argentina-2005/dirigible.jpg" /> Some might say the Dirigibles are just floating around, others will contend that the team's boasts are merely hot air. But the Dirigibles and their players are ready to mix it with the big boys of the ORFFA. Perennial small town underdogs, the D's have recruited impressively - with a distinctly blue-collar midfield of Boyd, Cross, Foley, Van Berlo, Cassisi and Picken complemented by some style from Kerr and Dal Santo. In the ruck is the ultimate blue collar hero - the Mighty People's Mullet himself, big Ivan Maric. Defenders Alex Rance and Paul Duffield are sure to attract second glances from the team's female supporters, with Dylan Grimes, Nick Smith and Luke McPharlin providing further steel to a solid defensive unit. The forward line, led by old man Harvey and the exciting Eddie Betts, will rely on guile and cunning to kick a winning score - though young big men Ty Vickery, Lachlan Keeffe and Jeremy Howe will look to provide solid contests. With a gruelling training regimen - after all, what are hills for but for running up and down - and the town squarely behind them, the Dirigibles will look to fly high in 2012.