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   Jul 05

Seahawks stumble on the road without talls

CONSISTENT: Warrnambool Seahawks jet Alex Starling drained 18 points and reeled in 15 rebounds in his side’s Big V loss to Melton on Saturday night.
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WARRNAMBOOL Seahawks coach Bobby Cunningham is confident his charges will take positives into their final four Big V regular season games despite suffering their third loss in six matchesSaturday night.

Cunningham was proud of the undermanned Seahawks’ efforts in their 82-69 away loss to Melton Thoroughbreds.

The Seahawks travelled without experienced trio Tim Gainey, Simon O’Keefe and Matt Alexander, robbing them of height for the Terrill conference top four battle.

Cunningham used the opportunity to give burst player James Mitchell and youngsters Tom Fary and Isaiah McLeod important minutes.

Star import Alex Starling provided a steadying presence, sinking a team-high 18 points and reeling in 15 rebounds.

“I was really, really pleased and I am normally never happy after a loss,” Cunningham said.

“But considering the cards we were dealt with at the start of the night, I’ll take that.

“I know with a full complement of players that we could have stolen that game.”

Cunningham gave Fary and McLeod roughly 15 minutes court time each against the finals-bound Thoroughbreds.

He was thrilled with their efforts against seasoned players.

“The boys came on with energy and weren’t afraid of the moment,” Cunningham said.

“And James Mitchell had one of his better games this year. I was really, really pleased with James.”

Warrnambool trailed at every break. It was seven points in arrears at quarter-time and five at the main break.

A dominant third term from Melton, where it drained 20 points to the Seahawks’ 13, proved the difference.

“We were in the game until half-time but we ran out of legs a little bit,” Cunningham said.

Warrnambool hosts Watson conference outfit Chelsea Gulls –a side playing for its finals spot –on Saturday night at the Arc.

Cunningham said the Seahawks, who should regain some of their tall timber, would take confidence from their performance against the Thoroughbreds into that fixture.

The second-year mentorsaid pressure for finals berths, in both conferences, was heating up.

Warrnambool has an 11-7 win-loss record.

“It is a tight race now,” Cunninghamsaid.

“We have four games to go and three of them are at home.

“We have got to win our home games.

“If we don’t win our home games, we don’t deserve to make finals.”

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   Jul 05

Weekend sports actionpictures, photos

Weekend sports action | pictures, photos Reputations don’t prevent tempers flaring and guest player Jude Bolton found himself on the receiving end during a disagreement with a Smithton opponent. Picture: Grant Wells.
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Devonport’s Aaron McNab takes a strong mark in front of North’s Geoff Mohr. Picture: Grant Wells.

NWFL East Devonport v Smithton. Smithton’s Scott Blizzard during his 300th game. Picture: Grant Wells.

TSL Devonport v North Launceston. North’s Tom loone is stabilised before being stretchered from the ground. Picture: Grant Wells.

NWFL East Devonport v Smithton. Swan’s Glen Spencer and Saints’ Damien Barker contest a loose ball. Picture: Grant Wells.

TSL Devonport v North Launceston. North’s Tom Bennett attempts to smother the kick of Devonport’s Nathan Rataj. Picture: Grant Wells.

TSL Devonport v North Launceston. North’s Tom loone is stretchered from the ground. Picture: Grant Wells.

Greater Northern Men’s Hockey game between Smithton and City Marians, Smithton’s Jeremy Tuson and City’s Kyle Wescombe battle for the ball. Picture: Stuart Wilson.

Devonport Strikers V Olympia Warriors Devonport’s Adam Gorrie (centre) brings the ball forward. Picture: Stuart Wilson.

Greater Northern Men’s Hockey game between Smithton and City Marians, Smithton’s Jeremy tuson takes the ball away from City’s Matthew Cameron. Picture: Stuart Wilson.

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   Jul 05

YFC put three goals past City

Yoogali FC strung together back-to-back victoriesfor the first time this season after defeating Griffith City 3-0 on Saturday night.
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The match, whichtook place on a cold night down at Exies Oval, started badly for Griffith City when they conceded an own goal.

Just before half-time, Yoogali FC doubled their lead after they wereawarded a penalty that found the back of the net.

Yoogali FC’sBen Watts was sent off in the second half, butall the red card seemed to do was spur on the away side.

A second successful penalty shot for Yoogali FC sealed the match.

Goals were scored by Aaron Sergi and Archie Watkins.

Yoogali FC co-coach Rocky Marando has always placed an emphasis on defence and has been impressed by his side’s recent efforts.

Against Griffith City, he said his side could have won by more.

“When our player received a red card,Ithoughtwe dominated possession more,” Marandosaid.

“I think the scoreline doesn’t (show)our dominance. We missed a lot of chances.

“It was great to getour second clean sheet in a row.”

The win continues Yoogali FC’s rise up the Billabong Cup ladder.

They now sit in fourth position –three points clear of Leeton United and six points behind Wests in third.

On the other hand, Griffith City sit second last, goal differencekeeping them off the bottom of the ladder.

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   Jul 05

Westeros comes to Bunbury in Game of Thrones theme nightphotos

Westeros comes to Bunbury in Game of Thrones theme night | photos Pixie Rijkuris, Anna Campbell, Steven Howe and Holly Hunter.
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Teili Lahey and Laura McKay.

Cara and Rod Vanschalkwyk.

Gemma, Phil and Julie Hutton.

Thomas Browning, Richard Harling and Solomon Little.

Game of Thrones battle performers provided entertainment for the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

Alana Barbetti and Jodi Smith.

James Kerr and Sian Branley.

Peter and Tamara Cowley.

Alison Mosporran and Robbie Saggers.

Michelle Butson and Damien Guilfoyle.

Stacey Lane and Emily Arthur.

Ken and Bec Woods.

Beth Ferguson and John McCain.

Game of Thrones battle performers provided entertainment for the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

Game of Thrones battle performers provided entertainment for the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

Game of Thrones battle performers provided entertainment for the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

Game of Thrones battle performers provided entertainment for the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

House Darksun performs realistic sword battles at the Dolphin Discovery Centre’s Game of Thrones theme night.

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   Jul 05

First-half blitz knocks Yenda out of the park

BATTLE: Hanwood FC’s Kyle Greaves shields the ball while Yenda’s Jacob Scott does his best to get past. Picture: Wendy Simpkin
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An eight-goal opening half set Hanwood FC up for a massive victory overYenda at Hanwood Oval in Sunday’sBillabong Cup clash.

Three second-half goalsmade the score11-0by the time 90 minutes of play had finished.

While many would have predicted a one-sided affair, none could have seen the first-half clinic that second-placed Hanwood FC put on last-placed Yenda.

Hanwood FC dominated possession and field position throughout the entirety of the match,but the goals didn’t flow freely from the get-go.

It took Hanwood FC 25 minutes to find the back of the net, but the floodgates opened soonafter that.

A flying Jason Bertacco sped down the left touchline tocrossto an unmarked Daniel Johnson, who bagged his first goal of the day.

Just minutes later, a Yenda goal-kick foundits way to Johnson, who took advantage toknockthe ball into the back of the net.

The double strike saw Yenda swap their keepers,with Brad Moore handing the duties over to Jordan Keefe.

But the change didn’t stop the scoring.Shortly after,Johnson completed his hat trick when a Hanwood FC corner wasn’t cleared properly.

The ball came toJohnson, who weighed up hisshot beforeputting it into the right side of the net.

Five minutes elapsed before Blake Potts added his name to the scorers’ list.

A through ball from Sevi Tropea found Potts, who got a deft touch on the ball to beatKeefe.

Potts’ goal sent Hanwood FCinto overdrive as they piled on a further four goals in the space of seven minutes.

Johnson nailed his fourth goal,Bertacco found the net twice and Tropea got one for himself in the period.

The secondhalf was acloser affair.

While Hanwood FC still dominated the majority of play,the scoreboard damage wasn’t as great asYenda produced some chances.

Hanwood FC were constantly threatening but weren’t able to score until 20 minutes into the second half when Bertacco scored his third goal of the day.

Hanwood FC resorted to taking long shots, but it was Yenda who produced the next clear-cut chance.

A cross from Colin Amery foundLaurence Panazzolo’s head, but the attemptfizzed past the top bar.

As time ticked on, neither team relentedbut once again it was Hanwood FC who scored.

Late goals from Kye Cavanagh and Kyle Greaves rubbed salt into Yenda’swounds.

Next week Yenda take on Leeton at Wade Park, while Hanwood FCmeet Yoogali FC at Hanwood Oval.

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   Jul 05

Johnson sets pace on trails

BREAKAWAY: Aiden Fattore and Adam Johnson set a cracking pace in the Half on the Hill. Pictures: Anthony Stipo
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RHYTHM: Lena Sergi settles into a fast pace at Scenic Hill.

SWEATY WORK: Michael Elliott competes in the Half on the Hill.

STEADY: Paul Muir takes it step by step during the race at Scenic Hill.

FOCUS: Bruce Gilmour is aiming for a quick time.

Adam Johnson claimed the 2015 Griffith Feral Joggers Half on the Hill crown aftera blistering run at Scenic Hill.

Johnson finished the 21.1km race in 1hr 23.55min to beat Aiden Fattore (1:26.23), who only trailed by 11secondsat the halfway mark.

Andrew Creek (1:27.43) was third and was followed by Rodney Savage (1:28.38) and Vince Restagno (1:29.39).

In the women’s section, Tracey Josling earned her fourth title after clocking 1:40.29. Teresa Burgess (1:43.56) was second, with Janet Mazzarolo (1:48.39), Lena Sergi (1:49.18) and Wendy Minato (2:09.09) rounding out the top five.

In the team results, Glason (1:27.56) won the male, Ingold/Taylor (1:50.40) took outthe female, while Kenny (1:43)claimed the mixed title.

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   Jul 05

Demons’ white-hot start tames Tigers

LEAP: Horsham’s Daniel Souter and Nhill’s Mitchell Borgelt at the centre bounce on Saturday. The Demons never let the Tigers in, leading by 61 points at quarter-time, eventually winning by 97 points. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI
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A BRUTAL opening term in which Horsham kicked nine goals to zero has led the Demons to an emphatic victory over Nhill on Saturday.

The Tigers lifted the tempo and remained competitive from that point onwards, but eventually wentdown 23.18 (156) to 9.5 (59).

Demons co-coach Brad Hartigan said it was important his side made a quick start.

“We knew that they’re a good side and they’re confident,” he said.

“We had a focus going into the game to lift the pressure and not let them get their outside run.”

Former coach Jordyn Burke kicked seven goals for the Demons in his return after transferring from Bannockburn.

Nhill coach Alan Bennett saidthere was not much his side could do to quell theonslaught.

“They were just very good in the first quarter,” he said.

“We showed a little bit but they were very, very good.”

Twenty-one inside50s to three in the opening stanza proved the difference.

“I was proud of our guys on Saturday,” Bennett said.

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   Jul 05

Swifts stun Lakers with two-point win

STELLAR: Andrew Cameron, right, pictured against Noradjuha-Quantong, booted eight goals for Swifts against Taylors Lake on Saturday. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI
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SWIFTS’ Jekyll and Hyde actcontinued at the weekend as the Baggies shocked Taylors Lake to win by two points at North Park, Stawell.

The Lakers led for most of the day but errant kicking atgoal and lack of forward pressure allowed the Baggies to run over the top for a 17.4 (106) to 15.14 (104) win in the dying minutes.

The reigning premier has been the hardest team in the league to predict this season.

The Baggies have good wins against finals contenderslike Edenhope-Apsley and Jeparit-Rainbow.

However,they entered Saturday’s clash against the Lakers having lost to Laharum by 202 points and eighth-placed Noradjuha-Quantong by 91 in their past two matches.

Coach Paul Hanns said his side needed to change its attitude, and it did just that.

The team persevered despite trailing for most of the afternoon, and did not let the margin exceed 13 points at any change.

Vice captain Jake Goodes played his best game of the season, providing plenty of run off half-back.

The strong-markingAndrew Cameron had a huge impact up forward with eight goals, and was also effective in brief stints further up the ground.

With defenders Justin Thomas and Justin Harney late withdrawals for the Baggies, several reserves and junior players were forced to step up in the seniors.

Youngsters Kyle Ryan and Corey Prydderch combined in an important passage of play late in the final term, with Ryan marking on a flank and findingPrydderch, who kicked truly.

Midfielder Sean Mantell was well held for most of the day but kicked the match-winning goal in the final two minutes from an extremely tight angle on the boundary.

The win keeps Swifts’ slight finals hopes alive, but Hanns said the win was importantwhether they played finals or not.

“Injuries havereally affected the players, but once we got the guys into the side that had the right mindset and wanted to have a go, the rest of the boys got that belief,” he said.

The Lakers were well-served by Carl Thiesz’s rebound from defence and skipper Josh Young played his best game of the season.

Co-coach Pat Purcell lamented the team’sinability to put pressure on the Baggies.

“They used the ball better and we were missing targets, missing easy shots on goal and our forwards were terrible,” he said.

Taylors Lake’sday was compounded by early injuries to Corey Williams, hamstring, and Dylan Young, collarbone.

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   Jul 05

Bulldogs sound ominous warning to HDFL rivals

NORTH Bendigo bounced back to its best form with a commanding 76-point win over Huntly on Saturday.
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CONTESTED POSSESSION: North Bendigo’s Jaran McKay slips out a handball while under pressure from the Huntly defence. Picture: JODIE WIEGARD

After losing two of their previous three matches the Bulldogs needed to make a statement against the Hawks and they responded strongly.

“We needed to get back to things that worked well for us last year and I was really happy with what the guys produced today,’’ North Bendigo co-coach Rob Bennett said.

An eight-goal to two second term set up the win for the Buldogs, who consolidated second place on the ladder.

“The first quarter was goal-for-goal, but in the second quarter our midfield got on top and gave our forwards the best opportunities,’’ Bennett said.

Key forwards Brady Herdman and Sam Barnes bagged 10 goals between them in the 20.20 (140) to 9.10 (64).

Herdman won the Robertson Medal for best player on the ground.

“He wasn’t beaten in a contest all day and his work rate was enormous,’’ Bennett said of Herdman.

Back-up ruckman Ryan Gow played his best game for the season, while defender Sam Demeo and wingman Aarryn Craig also earned high praise from Bennett.

Ryan Semmel, Chris Gleeson (five goals) and Adrian McErvale were best on a disappointing day for the Hawks, who appear unlikely to finish in the top three.

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   Jul 05

World Bodypainting FestivalPhotos

World Bodypainting Festival | Photos Picture: charlieinlove
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lelaperez_bodypainter: Oggi è’ il grande giorno! Today is the big day! @world bodypainting festival we are ready to perform!!! So much happyness!

Today in Pörtschach. Super Acts. Wow … ?. Picture: erlebnis_net

#selfie with #madcon #bodypaintingfestival #pörtschach. Picture: silvia_lee12

betty_applepie: 2 day #wbacademy #wbf15 #matteoarfanotti #bodypainting

Modeling with my Model ??❤️ for the Fashion Designer. Picture: betty_applepie

silvia_lee12: #bodypaintingfestival #pörtschach

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iamamyl: And here is the back…serious talent…amazing paints @mistairuk

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max_art_design: FINAL ??? ?

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toni_hayne: So geil #worldbodypaintingfestival

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Picture: charlieinlove

paintopiabodypaintfestival: Well done to @elissamariebarrett and the other #barrettsisters on a well deserved second place in the Open Category at the @bodypainting_festival yesterday

ellerland_: Yesterday, fecking tired, but happy. Austria is so much fun and also I can say I’ve been all over this city with bare boobs and it’s not even weird #worldbodypaintingfestival #worthersee

puehringer.bernhard: Enjoying the day at the world bodypainting festival #worldbodypaintingfestival #pörtschach

charlieinlove: #worldbodypaintingfestival #bodypainting

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iamamyl The most amazing artist @emmafayofficial has just finished her #bodypaint on the @mistairuk stand at the #worldbodypaintingfestival

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brankavartistry: Photo time @bodypainting_festival with @mistairuk @laurencecaird #body #bodyart #bodypainting #model #worldbodypaintingfestival #paint #mistfx

brankavartistry: Photo time @bodypainting_festival with @mistairuk @laurencecaird #body #bodyart #bodypainting #model #worldbodypaintingfestival #paint

charlieinlove: #worldbodypaintingfestival #bodypainting

manicpyrate: amazing! ? #wbf #worldbodypaintingfestival #wbfpörtschach

charlieinlove: #worldbodypaintingfestival #bodypainting

creative_glamour: #WorldBodypaintingFestival #bodypainting

phatmandee: @Madelyn_Greco painting @SmokinMcQueen at #WorldBodyPaintingfestival I’m up next!

jaanaveronika: Had a great day at #camouflage #workshop by #bellavolen #wbacademy #bodypainting by @jaanaveronika and @sumbodyart #worldbodypaintingfestival #austria

aiana.elini: No-MakeUp Selfie? Creepy Creatures by @retocreativo #wbacademy #worldbodypaintingfestival2015 #bodypainting #nomakeupon

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nicoles_bodyart: First round at The World Bodypainting competition 2015….. Made it through to the finals… Yay! ? #worldbodypaintingfestival2015

elizarte: My Nitara for today in #specialeffects awards? Totally in love with this boll-jointed doll

alisson_bllt: Day 2 : facepainting fait ✔️ team Métagirls ! #WBF2015

nicoles_bodyart: Face painted by the entertaining and talented @markreidart ….. What a fun day off at the @bodypainting_festival #wbf2015

corkbeg: Face painting #wbf2015 #facepaint #bodypaint #bodyart #photography

keegan_hitchcock: My Day 2 amateur brush n sponge category #Bodypaint #wbf2015

corkbeg #wbf2015 #bodypaint

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laurencecaird: WBF 2015 Day 2: colourful airbrush artwork by @brankavartistry for @mistairuk … #wbf2015 #mistfx #mistairuk #bodypainting #model #drummer

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iknips4y.at: #Wbf2015 #wbf_hartlauer

irinasalish: #face #art #painting #game #wbf2015

artfactorytal: #wbf2015 #bodypaint #bodypainting #facepainting

costantinofazzari: From #newzealand probably one of #thebest #concept that I saw this year at #wbf2015 #bodypaint #specialeffects #art #color #tree #pörtschach

TweetFacebookThe 2015 World Bodypainting Festival has kicked off in Poertschach, Austria.

The fortnight-long festival started on June 28 but has just reached its height, with the main three days listed as being between July 3 and 5.

Click through the gallery above and take a look at the clipbelow for a taste of the impressive artistry.

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