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September 19th, 2018 by admin

Hold my hand: Little Blue Dinosaur road safety campaign roars into the Shoalhaven

New signage has been installed at prominent holiday destinations across the Shoalhaven as part of the Hold my Hand road safety campaign from the Little Blue Dinosaur foundation.
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The Little Blue Dinosaur foundation was established after thetragic loss of Thomas McLaughlinin a pedestrian road accident on the Central Coast in 2014. The foundation has beendesigned to promotechild road safetyand education.

“It’s a pedestrian program thatstarted aftera little boy was killed at Macmasters Beach when he was away on holiday,” Shoalhaven City Council roads education officer Kathy Wisehamsaid.

“Itwas an unfamiliar area, he was unaware of the road rules and that the traffic there was different from at home.”

The campaign has seen more than 70 new signs emblazonedwith the words ‘Hold my Hand’installed at seven peak tourist locations across the Shoalhaven.

The areas were selected after consultation with theCouncil’s Community Consultative Bodies (CCBs) to identify high traffic pedestrian locations.

“We have signs at all these little coastal villages and we have said (to the CCBs) toput them up at the long weekend in October and take them down after Easter,” Kathy said.

“Signs have been installed at Bendalong, Wandandian, Lake Tabourie, Hyams Beach, Basin Villages, Sussex Inlet and Cambewarra; and we have interest fromBawley Point and Kioloa in putting them up too.

“The Shoalhaven goes from 98,000 people to over 300,000 in holiday time. We have all these people coming down herewho might be unfamiliar with the roads and roadrules.It’s about keeping safe during the holiday season, reminding pedestrians and drivers alike.”

Shoalhaven City Council is one of 10 council bodies across New South Wales topart inthe scheme.

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September 19th, 2018 by admin

Tremain strong, Miller stronger in series win | Photos, video

REV IT UP: Chris Tremain, pictured playing for Australia A, was one of his side’s best on Wednesday night, taking another wicket. South Africa still scored a record-breaking win. Photo: GETTY IMAGESFormer Orange tearaway Chris Tremain was one of his side’s best bowlers on Wednesday night (ADST) in Durban, but it wasn’t enough to stop South Africa recording the second highest run chase in history as they ran down the Australians’ score of 6-371 with four balls and four wickets to spare.
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The hosts claimed the victory and a 3-0 series lead –and series win, with two games to spare –on the back of a stunning David Miller ton, the burly left hander smashed 118 not out from 79 balls to lead his side to victory.

Miller was hampered by an injurytoo, and was superbly aided by Quinton de Kock (70) , Hashim Amla (45) and Andile Phehlukwayo (42 not out).

Outside Mitch Marsh (1-61) Tremain was easily Australia’s best bowler, snaring the wicket of de Kock to finish with 1-65 from his 10 overs. He should’ve had another scalp too whenPhehlukwayo edged behind late in the hosts’ dig.

He was given not out though, and with no reviews left the former Kinross quickand hisAustralians were forced to watch the young all-rounder reverse sweep his side to victory from Adam Zampa’s final over.

“I’m pretty sure [Phehlukwayo]did (hit it) but that’s the game of cricket, those things happen and you have to try and move on from that and try and get him out. We weren’t able to do that today,” Australian skipper Steve Smith said.

“It’sa pretty hard pill to swallow …you don’t lose too many games with 370 on the boardbut obviously Davey Miller played a phenomenal innings at the back end.

“He took the game away from us.”

Smith said while Australia’s selection of three uncapped quicks on the tour, letting their more recognised fast bowlers have a break,“hasn’t gone to plan” he’s sure Tremain, Dan Worrall and Joe Mennie will take plenty from the series.

Tremain has, quite comfortably, been the best of the three rookies.

“It hasn’t gone to plan so far, but I’m sure the guys will be able to take a lot out of playing against the South Africans,” Smith said.

“There’s some quality batsmen in this line-up and you’ve got to learn to play against the best if you want to play international cricket and I’m sure they’ll take a lot out of this series.”

VIDEO: Watch the highlights of Australia’s record-breaking loss to South Africa on Wednesday night.

David Warner (117) and Aaron Finch (53) went ballistic after Smith won the toss and batted, putting on 110 in the first 13 overs before the latter was dismissed having faced just 34 balls.

That brought Smith (108) inand he and Warner proceeded to pile on another 124 in the next 21 overs to catapult the Australians to an enviable position at 2-234 with 16 overs left whenWarner was dismissed.

From there George Bailey (28) and Travis Head (35) pushed their sides score to 6-371, the highest One-Day International score at the ground. That record stayed in place for about three hours.

In a performance reminiscent of South Africa’s 2006 showing at the Wanderers when they ran down Australia’s 4-434, Miller led the hosts to another record-breaking win.

“I said at the toss I wanted our top four to score the bulk of our runs and I wanted one of them to score a hundred, we had two guys do that [on Wednesday] which is a positive,” Smith said.

“It’s a very tough loss but it was a pretty good batting display to be fair. Davey was oustanding at the end,Quinton played really well again.”

MATCH WINNER: David Miller celebrates his stunning hundred on Wednesday night, which won his side the game. Photo: GETTY IMAGES

The fourth game of the series is on Sunday, at Port Elizabeth, before the fifth and final game at Cape Town next Wednesday.

“Hopefully the guys can come back and we can win the last two games,” Smith said.

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September 19th, 2018 by admin

Junior cricket lift

Bailey Hosemans
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After some initial concerns, the Grampians Cricket Association junior competition looks set for a big season with the inclusion of late teams.

The competition looks likely of having eight or nine teams in the under 16 competition with Willaura the most recent team to express interest.

The position of junior co-ordinator is yet to be filled so the associations leading men and women are doing their best to get the season started by October 22, but the seniors remain a priority.

The under 13 competition boasts similar numbers to the under 16 competition however Stawell based club Youth club have had to withdraw their team.

Grampians Cricket Association president David Turner said the growing numbers of junior cricket were a great result for cricket in the region.“We are very happy with our junior competition at present,” hesaid.

“We had a few teams pull out early, but some late entries have allowed kids to settle in new teams.”

With the competition of other sports an issue, as well as the senior grades wanting to play 50 over cricket, the junior competition will run on Friday nights with the occasional Saturday morning game.

“It is a bit of a compromise so the juniors don’t have to start too early and the seniors get closer to what they want,” Turner said.“The seniors play 45 overs so we are kind of meeting in the middle.”

The junior competition is yet to have adraw finalised.

The rain around the district will come in to play with the grounds that are available early in the season.

“We have had 22 inches of rain since May and that obviously plays havoc with pitches,” Turner said.

“It is all a working progress though, but we are desperate for a junior co-ordinator.”

Turner had been in talks with some candidates, but an appointment was yet to be made.The association is in the process of getting a list of coaches together to discuss the fixture.

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September 19th, 2018 by admin

Golf course recovering from flooding

Golf course recoveringby Short Putt
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Over recent weeks the rainfall and the river floods have combined to disrupt the lives of many people. The resilience of the Forbes community will see it recover, albeit with a few water stains on the memories.

Obviously with the golf course covered in water to varying depths there has been no opportunity for any play. A number of major events have had to be cancelled, including the Juniors Golf Camp, scheduled forSeptember 28-29, and the NSW Open Regional Qualifier scheduled forOctober 8-9.

But the course is recovering, as the photos show. From the weekend of the floods with water everywhere, and now one week later the levels have subsided enough to see some features returning. As with many facilities around town and the surrounding districts, volunteer assistance will be needed to help get things into shape on the golf course once we can move around it.

The Course committee is looking to re-establishing activity as soon as possible, and quite probably initially on a composite arrangement of holes to avoid the “excessive water hazard” (will they be marked with striped yellow and black pegs – we shall see!).

Looking to some upcoming events, there will need to be some re-scheduling undertaken, so do not plan your holidays yet. Many Committees have put their heads together to see what could be done.

Additionally, both Cowra and Parkes Golf Clubs have offered the use of their courses for Forbes events. Depending on what happens, you may be travelling to a different course for some familiar events.

The 2016-17 Summer Sixes were due to commence competition in the week commencingOctober 10. Now it is hoped to get underway in the week commencingOctober 17.

Any commencement will depend on the condition and recovery of the course so keep an eye on the notice board at the Pro Shop to see how things progress.

Nevertheless, please get your team entries into the Pro Shop as soon as you can, and also your name if you are looking for a vacant spot somewhere. Daniel will be able to work something for you. Getting an early idea of the number of teams will enable the Sixes committee to better plan the whole event.

In order to encourage players to get their fill, the Sixes committee have instigated a discount for secondand subsequent cards. This means that an individual player can enter more than one card each week with the intention of improving their score, and pay less for the extra games.

For those who want to get off to a flying start, you may want to avail yourselves of the special offer that Daniel has on Sixes Team coaching sessions. A mere $10 each will secure a focused and rewarding session, from which you will emerge invigorated and full of potential. Or maybe you just want to be able to swing the club with a higher probability of contacting the ball. Let Daniel be your “Fixit Doctor” so you can really enjoy your game. It may be possible to get some practice in before the comp starts.

The Mens Championships were due to be played on the weekends of October 15-16 and 22-23. This should be played over four rounds across 18-holes on consecutive weekends, so it is quite probable that this will be delayed also.

It is possible this may be played in November, with the Presentation Night re-scheduled to December. Some dynamic shuffling is needed to squeeze this event in somewhere, so please be patient.

Here is the news:A team from the Lachlan Valley Districts Golf will contest the NSW Country Championships, which this year will be held at Goulburn. The team, chosen on current form, comprises Steve and John Betland and Lee Grierson from Forbes, and three players from Parkes. Players from other Lachlan Valley clubs were considered but unfortunately were ineligible. We wish them well, and hope they will improve on the Lachlan Valley’s previous best performance of seventhoverall.

A group of players ventured to Parkes last weekend, endeavouring to swing a club and shake out some creases. They participated in the Stableford event, which was an Individual and Pairs competition.

The Pairs competition was won by Ian Bown/Steve Grallelis, who were both unaware that they were contenders. This victory was sweetened by virtue of winning the Keno from their playing partners, Todd and Alby Callaghan.

Other Forbes players to collect prizes included Max Haley and Cameron McMillan.

Once again Forbes has elected to participate in the Australia Golf Month during October, when the community at large are invited to ‘give golf a go’. Any participation events will depend on the condition of the course, but you can still enquire about – membership offers, ‘Introduction to Golf’ lessons, and the possibility of ‘Free’ lessons for new players on Sunday,October 30. More to come on these things.

Daniel will be participating in a Holden Scramble event next weekend. He will be leading the winning team from the Forbes Holden Scramble, who were a group from Mudgee. Unfortunately the Forbes players were not able to score well on the qualifying day so Daniel must fly the Forbes flag alone. We wish him well.

It is crystal ball time:The ball (both the crystal and the golf) is pretty muddy at present so I cannot say what is going to be played when.But as soon as I hear, I shall let you know.

Eight Green: September 26 the flood waters covering the eighth green. You will need more then your wellies.

Bowls: Don Drabsch with his grandchildren Alice, Isabelle, Ben, Kate and Sarah.

Bogan Gate Golf Ark Need: 8th Green on October 3. This is taken a week later and shows the 8th green having emerged from the flood water. The flag stick is still there, but still water all around.

With the weather so bad over the last couple of months, and the course flooded for an indefinite period there has been little golf played.

Saturday, September17the Men braved the elements and played an 18 hole Stableford , winner on the day was Graham Hunter with 33 points, runner-up was Ron Boness on a count-back also 33 points.

Nearest the pin on the thirdand12thGraham Hunter.

Next Sunday,October 9weather permitting is the Mens 27 hole Foursomes Championships.

Coming events are the re-scheduled Bogan Gate Open to be held on theOctober 16 commencing 8.30amstart.

The “Inaugarel Jim Nutley Memorial Trophy Day “ this is a Mixed 4BBB Stableford to be held on theOctober 30commencing11am Draw for partners also a high tea. Visitors are most welcome please come along and make this a great day.

Cup winner chases more gloryDUBBO Cup winner Any Blinkin’ Day will get a chance to add another country feature to his tally on Sunday when he lines up in the $45,000 Coonamble Cup (1600m).

Prepared at Dubbo by Clint Lundholm, the five-year-old gelding hasn’t raced since his all-the-way win in the Dubbo race on September 20.

Lundholm has been able to retain the services of Sydney rider Anthony Cavallo for Sunday’s event, which has drawn together a handy field.

In fact, the top three over the line in the Dubbo race will all line up at Coonamble, with Justin Stanley’s gelding Something Borrowed and Dar Lunn’s mare Playing Game also set to contest.

Lunn has engaged champion hoop Greg Ryan for the mount on Playing Game, while Mathew Cahill will be aboard Something Borrowed.​

CRICKETDESTRUCTIVE Parkes, Lachlanand Western Zone opening batsman Anthony Heraghty will line-up for defending Whitney Cup premiers Macquarie in 2016-17.

Heraghty’s 11thhour arrival at the defending Dubbo District Cricket Association first grade champions –the season starts on Saturday –became official mid-week, with the gun batsman’s transfer from Parkes club Cambridge secured on Tuesday.

Parkes’ representative team and Macquarie have a strong tie thanks largely toShane Skinner, with the two sides annually taking part in a pre-season clash in honour of the former Parkes junior and Macquarie captain and club president, who passed away in 2011.

Heraghty said Skinner attempted to lure a then 19-year-old opening bat and part-time off-spin bowler to the Dubbo club in 2006.

“I ummed and ahhed then,” Heraghty said of his initial wooing a decade ago.

“The Parkes competition has formed one grade this summer, so a chance to play against some strong sides each week will be good for my cricket.”

The move will also enhance one of the zone’s premier batsmen’s chance at higher honours.

Heraghty, since Mycricket stats started in 2013-14, averages 64 at a rep level with Parkes –his 502 runs at 125 in five innings three seasons ago one to remember.

The 29-year-old said making the move to Dubbowas as much about having a crack at a Bush Blues cap as it was playing with “a few mates at Macquarie”.

“That’s the goal. Every cricketer wants to test themselves,” he said.

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August 24th, 2018 by admin

New flavour twists on old favourites

What is your business and what’s unique about it?
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My business, Mistral Hill Country Kitchen, is a small selection of handmade products which includes My Favourite Dukkah;Daisy’s OrangeAlmond Liqueur Marmalade; Alby’sMaple Syrup Onion Marmalade; Dad’s Mustard Pickles; Gran’s Spicy Tomato Chutney; and Hot Lover’s Chilli Tomato Pickle. The products’uniqueness comes from the factthat they are my own creations or twists on old favourites, with flavour paramount. They are only sold locally in Tenterfield and through our website,梧桐夜网mistralhill-tenterfield南京夜网419论坛/

BUSY: Kathy Adams and husband Brett run Mistral Hill, which produces handmade country kitchen condiments and also offers self-contained accommodation.

Why did you get into this line of work?

Moving back to the country and wanting to pursue my passion for delicious food and cooking.

NEW TWISTS: Kathy Adams says flavour is paramount in her country kitchen goodies and that her products are new twists on old favourites.

What do you find most and least satisfying about it?

The most satisfying aspectis the joy you give to people. The least satisfying part is standing on my feet for long periods of time.

What do you think is the biggest challenge and opportunity in your industry?

[People being aware] that you get what you pay for and tobuy local. Getting the word out about our business and products.

What are you most proud of in your work?

I’m proud of my creations and their quality. They arehandmade from fresh produce in season which, where possible, is sourced locally.

Who do you most admire?

I admire all those women on the land who do everything with love and dedication. I grewup on a property near Barraba and watchedmy mother grow all her own vegetables and fruit to feed a family of five children. The orange marmalade is named after my mother.

What is your favourite time of the day?

I love afternoons with our beautiful sunsets.

What is your favourite invention?

I would have to say my favourite invention is mystove -I wouldn’t be without it.

What do you love to do in your spare time?

I enjoy entertaining with the best of friends and family.

The final word:

Be happy, love life, and ‘drink and eat with a grateful heart’.

August 24th, 2018 by admin

Turning ideas into reality

Dan Tehan
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TWO major south-west community projects are set to become a reality following federal government grants totalling $1.08 million.

The upgrade of facilitiies at Mortlake’s DC Farran oval into a multi-purpose community facility and the construction of the Australian Kelpie Centre at Casterton will proceed after getting grants from the federal government’sNational Stronger Regions Fund.

The Mortlake project received $350,000 from the fund while the Kelpie Centre got $658,230.

Mortlake project committee chair Mick Murphy said he was “absolutely delighted’ about the grant.

Mr Murphy said the two-year project had received great support from Moyne Shire Council, which contributed $280,000 and Member for Wannon Dan Tehan.

User groups, western Victorian philanthropic groups and generous companies and individuals wouldcontributethe remainder of the estimated $830,000 project cost.

Mr Murphy said the project would upgrade the social area at the oval’s rooms, including its kitchen and bar, along with its dressing rooms and toilets, to make them attractive not only for sports functions but also for community and corporate events.

“We want to turn it into a regional hub,” he said.

The project would also provide a indoor space for sports such as cricket, netball and football, Mr Murphy said.

Glenelg Shire Council chief executiveGreg Burgoyne said the $1.5 million purpose-built Kelpie Interpretive Centre woulddrive tourism and economic activity in the region.

Apart from the federal grant, the council will contribute the remainder of the cost.

The kelpie centre willreplace the town’s dated visitor information centre. It will not onlytell the story of how the kelpie breed became Australia’s favourite working dog but also detail the town’s rich pastoral and indigenous heritage as Victoria’s first European inland settlement.

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August 24th, 2018 by admin

McLaren to coach Saints again

TOP JOB: Koroit defender Chris McLaren will coach the Saints in 2017. Picture: Amy PatonNEW Koroit coach Chris McLaren expects to lead the Saints from the sidelines in 2017.
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The five-time Koroit premiership player returns to the Hampden league powerhouse’scoaching hot seat after a four-year break, replacing Adam Dowie.

McLaren, who missed the Saints’ third straight flag last month through injury, said he was content with leading from the bench.

“I’m undecided but it’s unlikely I’d say,” he said of playing on.

“Soft tissue injuries are getting to me a bit and I think it’s much easier to coach and not try to play.

“I think our list is deep enough, strong enough and will be going well enough that I don’t have to.”

McLaren coached the Saints in 2011-12 and has remained in leadership roles since through TAC Cup North Ballarat Rebels and as Hampden interleague mentor.

The challenge of leading Koroit to a fourth straight premiership is one the key defender has embraced.

“I have always enjoyed coaching. When I did it the first time we had a strong side the first year and a big turnover the next year and it was a bit of a battle,” McLaren said.

“I thought it was time the club had a freshen up and it was great the club was able to get Adam.

“Clearly they are big shoes to fill but the key to it is not to try and be Adam Dowie.

“His record stands alone. Everything we do will have his fingerprints on it but it’s important to try new things as well.”

McLaren is confident the Saints can remain a force in the Hampden league.

“Wehad 16 guys in the premiership team 26 or younger,” he said.

“(Plus) Blair McCutcheon had an unbelievably good start to the season and Tom Lynch played every game in a premiership game the year before and missed with a foot injury which he’ll have an operation on in the off-season.”

McLaren said his older brother Joe and ruckman Ethyn Zimmer –two of the Saints’ most experienced players –had indicted they wouldplay on in 2017.

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August 24th, 2018 by admin

2016 QRRRWN Strong Women Leadership Awards finalists announced

Award winners at the 2015 QRRRWN conference. Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women’s Network (QRRRWN) this week announced the finalists in their annual ‘Strong Women Leadership Awards 2016’.
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21 finalists have been selected from some tough competition across the state.

The winners in each category will be announced at the 2016 QRRRWN Conference Gala Dinner in at the Roma Explorer’s Inn on Friday night.

QRRRWN President Alison Mobbs said the primary aim of the Awards program wasto encourage women to identify and celebrate the strengths they contribute to their rural, regional and remote communities through their participation in professional, business, community sector or volunteer activities.

“This recognition encourages others to step up to the challenges of leadership and realise the value and importance of celebrating what we do as women in rural, regional and remote areas, sometimes in very trying circumstances,” she said.

“It is a way of lifting women up to see that what they are contributing is important and that their story is worth sharing as it not only benefits them, but impacts others as well, with many inspired by the role models these women become through this process of recognition and celebration of their achievements.

“QRRRWN has also provided a series of professional development webinars to all entrants in the program as part of our ‘strong women, strong communities’ philosophy.

“Long term partner Amanda Stein from Panda Pearls and State Members Ann Leahy and Ros Bates will be on hand to present trophies and prizes to the winners on the night.

“It is tremendous to see the Queensland Government through the Department of Communities committing sponsorship towards the youth awards category. This is terrific recognition for the amazing young leaders emerging from rural, regional and remote areas.”

Finalists in each category are:

1. QRRRWN Woman of the Year

Kristy Sparrow (Alpha) and Emily Martin ( St George)

2. QRRRWN Small Business of the year

Julie Brown (Longreach) and Sandy McLean (Rockhampton)

3. Professional Woman of the year

Kayleen Freeman (Nanango) and Lisa Hutchinson (Bowen)

4. QRRRWN Leadership award

Jane Williams (Barcaldine) and Lorraine Crothers (Dirranbandi)

5.QRRRWN Volunteer of the year

Danielle Butler (Blackall) and Leanne Kruss (Dimbulah)

6. QRRRN Story Teller of the year

Alyssa Venning & Amanda-Lyn Pearson (The Crack up sisters) (Winton) and Ainsley McArthur (St Lawrence)

7. Inspirational Woman who has paved the way for future generations

Dianne French (Toowoomba), Joy Denton (Injune)

8. QRRRWN Young Woman with vision

Carmel Sowden (Kingaroy)and Robyn Sawtell (Nanango)

9. QRRRWN Young Woman with a plan

Jessica McNamara and Jamie Lee Barron ( both from Nanango)

10. Young RRR Woman of the year

Jessica Kerr (Brisbane) , Andrea Crothers ( Longreach) and Jane White (Charleville)

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August 24th, 2018 by admin

Summer season underway

Stan Payne
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The first round of the summer season of Ararat City Tennis Club’s Wednesday night tennis competition was played on Wednesday.

Despite the rain over the last month, tennis courts were in good condition allowing plenty of aggressive strokes to be made.

Mike Connellan’s team, Fosters Mensland, won by 13 games despite the best efforts of Simon Barr for Gasons.

Barr has been practising all winter at Yalla Y Poora to reach a peak for this comp.

Carl Barry and Zac Louder won a crucial match 10-3 to get Fosters off to a good start.

Rural Steel had a tight win over Nick Bush’s J Ward.

Nick won two of his three sets against Ben Hartwich, the millionaire.

A key player for Rural Steel was Nathaniel Kuchel, another member of the young brigade of fast developing players.

KFC fell to Ricky Ralph Painting by 12 games.

Although KFC led by three games after the first two sets, Ricky Ralph then won the next four sets to get across the line.

Neil Blizzard and Tim Hartwich had a big win, 7-2, for KFC, but that was the end of the night for KFC as John Hannett and Tom Guthrie went on to win all their sets.

In the fourth match for the night, Marx Metal lost by 14 games to Mitre 10.

Stan Payne sparkled as he took over the net with his long reach, often intercepting shots when he had no right to be near the ball.

For Marx Metal, Chris Hartwich cut off a lot of balls at net wrongfooting Mitre 10’s number one on numerous occasions.Marx Metal 20 lost to Mitre 10 34. R. McGregor/ E. Bush 4 lost R. Thomas/ S. Payne 6. C. Hartwich/ P. Hartwich 4 lost S. Jardine/ A. Conboy 6. R. McGregor/ C. Hartwich 5 d. R. Thomas/ S. Jardine 4. E. Bush/ P. Hartwich 2 lost S. Payne/ A. Conboy 6. R. McGregor/ P. Hartwich 2 lost R. Thomas/ A. Conboy 6. E. Bush/ C. Hartwich 3 lost S. Payne/ S. Jardine 6.

KFC 24 lost Ricky Ralph 36. G. White/ W. Jerram 4 lost J. Hannett/ T. Guthrie 6. N. Blizzard/ T. Hartwich 7 d. A. Drosg/ A. Kalluri 2. G. White/ N. Blizzard 3 lost J. Hannett/ A. Drosg 8. W. Jerram/ T. Hartwich 4 lost T. Guthrie/ A. Kalluri 6. G. White/ T. Hartwich 3 lost J. Hannett/ A. Kalluri 6. W. Jerram/ N. Blizzard 3 lost T. Guthrie/ A. Drosg 6.

Rural Steel 37 d. J Ward 34. B. Hartwich/ P. Goudie 4 lost N. Bush/ W. Gason 8. G. Bush/ N. Kuchel 7 d. J. Toner/ P. Bush 6. B. Hartwich/ G. Bush 4 lost N. Bush/ J. Toner 8. P. Goudie/ N. Kuchel 9 d. W. Gason/ P. Bush 2. B. Hartwich/ N. Kuchel 6 d. N. and P. Bush 5. P. Goudie/ G. Bush 7 d. W. Gason/ J. Toner 5.

Fosters Mensland 34 d. Gasons 25. M. Connellan/ S. Allen 3 lost G. McInnes/ S. Barr 8. C. Barry/ Z. Louder 10 d. B. McInnes/ A. Ghazal 3. M. Connellan/ C. Barry 7 d. G. McInnes/ B. McInnes 4. S. Allen/ Z. Louder 5 lost S. Barr/ A. Ghazal 6. M. Connellan/ Z. Louder 5 d. G. McInnes/ A. Ghazal 4. S. Allen/ C. Barry 4 drew S. Barr/ B. McInnes 4.

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July 22nd, 2018 by admin

Man’s body recovered from floodwaters

Robert Linnane.A body believed to be that of a man missing for five days has been recovered in floodwaters near the central western NSW town of Forbes.
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Although the body is yet to be formally identified,it is thought to be that of 49-year-old Robert Linnane.

Mr Linnane was reported missing on Saturday, October 1, and a wide-scale search involving more than 100 volunteers was started in theBurcher/Nerang Cowal/Lake Cowal area.

Mr Linnane’s boat was found earlier this week, before searchers found his body beside a makeshift boat ramp just before 5pm on Wednesday.

The search involved officers from Lachlan Local Area Command, assisted by NSW Police Rescue, Water Police and volunteers.

NSW Police released a statement on behalf of the family on Wednesday.

“The family of Robert Linnane would like at this time to thank the many friends, volunteers and community services that have been involved in the search for Rob over the past four days, and continue to do so.

“Rob is a respected member of the Burcher community. He was actively involved in many organisations and is president of the local Golf and Cricket Clubs and also Captain of the Burcher Branch of the Rural Fire Brigade,” the statement said.

“He is a dedicated family man with his partner, his three daughters, their respective partners, grandchildren and extended family.

“At this difficult time Rob’s family requests that you respect their privacy.”

Mr Linnane was last seen driving with his boat in towin Burcher, a town west of Forbes, last week.

Forbes Advocate