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   Oct 21

Butcherine double helps Ex-Services to valuable win over Blue Jays

CELEBRATE: Kate Butcherine, pictured celebrating a goal with teammate Leanne Kennewell, scored another two goals in her side’s 2-1 win over Dubbo. Photo: JUDE KEOGH
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HOCKEY

A DOUBLE to Orange Ex-Services forward Kate Butcherine has helped the blue and golds secure a hard-fought 2-1 win over the Blue Jays in Dubbo on Saturday.

Butcherine’s goals came either side of half-time, the second bagged just with just five minutes remaining to break the 1-all stalemate and earn Servies their seventh win of the 2015 women’s Premier League Hockey season, a result that sees them maintain fourth position on the ladder.

“She’s a bit of a Johnny on the spot for us,” Ex-Services co-coach Mitch Kennewell said of his gun striker.

“She’s fast, she runs all day and doesn’t hesitate, which is great. If it’s there to be hit, she’ll have a go at it.”

Butcherine’s first half goal was a neat deflection, executed perfectly mid-way through the opening period to give the visitors a 1-0 lead.

It was exactly what Ex-Services needed after a slow start, but despite earning a number of opportunities to further add to their advantage the blue and golds narrowly missed several goal-scoring chances before half-time.

And, as it turns out, the break was exactly what Dubbo needed.

The Blue Jays fired to begin the second half, and when Alisa Shaw converted a short corner chance into Dubbo’s first goal, the scores levelled at 1-all.

Both teams then endured some heart-breaking chances to go ahead – the Servies defence of Ellen Van Hoek, Tiff Atkinson and Ebony Press particularly outstanding – and it wasn’t until Butcherine deftly deflected her second past Dubbo stopper Michelle Courtney that the deadlock was broken.

“They’re starting to come together as a group, which is nice,” Kennewell added.

“There’s a couple of the girls really taking charge of their positions on the field, Ellen Van Hoek had a blinder for us in defence. She’s starting to get comfortable back there now as one of the new girls and she’s playing great hockey.

“We started okay, but it probably took us a while to get going. We managed to jag one and that got us going a bit there towards the end of the first half.

“Our second half we picked it up a bit. But in the end we got lucky I suppose.

“There were a few chances we should have taken but we just didn’t.”

ORANGE EX-SERVICES 2 (Kate Butcherine 2) def DUBBO BLUE JAYS 1 (Alisa Shaw).

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   Oct 21

‘Very disappointing’: patchy 15 minutes proves costly for Wanderers

EYES UP: Andrew Rutledge weighs up his attacking options in Wanderers’ 4-1 loss to St Pat’s. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0704sghock5HOCKEY
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IT’S an improvement on the eight-goal hiding the last time they met St Pat’s, but Saturday’s 4-1 loss to the Bathurst juggernaut has left Orange Wanderers coach Pete Shea a touch disappointed.

Played at the Orange Hockey Complex on Saturday, Shea’s men’s Premier League Hockey outfit matched it with the competition’s best side, trailing by just the one goal at the half-time break.

But half-time was the worst thing that could have happened to Wanderers.

The undefeated St Pat’s came out firing in the second stanza, with Darcy Davis’ first half goal following briskly by winners off the sticks of Josh Toole, Riley Hanrahan and then Jaden Ekert – three goals in the space of 12 minutes that effectively wiped Wanderers out of the contest.

Connor Morris scored the host’s only winner, but it was just a consolation goal.

“It was very disappointing today,” Shea said.

“We played very well, and we were only down 1-0 at half-time, but the first 15 minutes of the second half we conceded three goals, and that took us out of the game.

“We probably lacked a bit of execution, and didn’t really do any of the things we’ve been working on well. There’s just little errors letting us down.”

Shea though, said the fact Wanderers were able to compete throughout that first period – minus Nick Sharp, Matt Johnson, Todd Freedman and Daryl Kennewell – is somewhat of a positive, one he was hoping would shoot the Orange club into the finals.

“We’ve shown we’re capable of competing for long periods of the game with clearly the best team in the competition,” Shea said.

“We just need to back that up now week in, week out and hopefully we can grab one of those spots in the semis. It starts next week against Dubbo.”

Luke Skelton, Zac Royle and Hayden Dillon were Wanderers’ best in a tough loss.

BATHURST ST PAT’S 4 (Jaden Ekert, Riley Hanrahan, Darcy Davis, Josh Toole) def ORANGE WANDERERS 1 (Connor Morris).

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   Oct 21

Giants survive Roo comeback

ON TARGET: Southern Mallee Gaints’ Brock Orval, right, was outstanding with six goals against Walpeup-Underbool at the weekend. Picture: GEORGIA HALLAM
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SOUTHERN Mallee Giants survived a late comeback by Walpeup-Underbool to hang on by eightpoints at Hopetoun on Saturday.

Giants key forwards Kain Robins and Brock Orval proveda handful early in the game and had sixof their team’s 12 goals by half-time.

Onballers Tyler Lehmann and Clint Burdett displayed their exceptional ball winning capabilities, Lehmann also making his mark on the scoreboard while resting forward.

RoosRichard Thomas and Ryan Anderson kept their side in the game.

After half-time, Roo Joshua Plozza got on top in the ruck and Ben Fisher and Kane Munro finishedoff the good work with fourand threegoals respectively.

With only 16 points separating the two teams at the final change it was anyone’s game.

The Giants extended the lead to28 points with two quick goals, but theRoos responded by kicking the next four while the Giants squandered opportunities.

However the Roos left their run too late, going down 16.13 (109) to 16.5 (101).

Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers stamped their authority on the league with a spirited come-from-behind win against second-placed Woomelang-Lascelles.

It was a game of two halves at Woomelang Recreation Reserve.

The Cats doubledtheir opposition’s score in the first half.

Jayden Lonergan dominatedup forward with all of his fivegoals coming before half-time.

He was ably supported by Devin McFarlane, who had threegoals at the same stage.

Pierce Liddle’s attack on the football and running capacity had him winning the ball in all parts of the ground.

Trent Donnan and Jake Hogan drovethe ball forward inside their attacking 50.

The game took a huge turn after half-time and the Tigers responded with a nine-goal third quarter.

Key forwards Jason Collins, Jarrod Arentz and Cliff Ryan combined to kick eightgoals between them.

Reece Luehman was pivotal in the ruckand Wes Harrison found space on his wing.

The Tigers finished with fourgoals to twoin the last quarter to win by 25 points.

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   Oct 21

Bruno Puls celebrates 99 years

CELEBRATION: Bruno Puls celebrated his 99th birthday last month at Horsham’s Trinity Manor with his nieces Norma Mund, Melva Schneider, Margaret Pfitzner, Shirley Johnson and Ann Rohde. Picture: PAUL CARRACHERHORSHAM’S Bruno Puls has celebrated a very special birthday.
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Mr Puls turned 99 on June 26.

He was born in Dooen in 1916 and had four brothers and six sisters.

Mr Puls said he grew up on the family farm and had fond memories of riding his horse Tospy.

“I was a dairy farmer, potato farmer and wheat grower,” he said.

He said he also spend many years in the army after he signed up at 23.

Mr Puls married his wife Mona in 1946 and the pair hadtwo sons, Brian and Dale.

He also has three grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren.

Mr Puls now lives in Trinity Manor at Sunnyside Lutheran Retirement Village.

He said he enjoyed reading war stories.

Mr Puls celebrated his milestone with an afternoon tea with a group of his nieces at Trinity Manor.

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   Oct 21

Weekend sport in PortPhotos

Weekend sport in Port | Photos WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN
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WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

WITH no shortage of sport in the Hastings over the weekend our photographers were kept busy. Pics: MATT ATTARD and MATT McLENNAN

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