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   Jul 28

Leaders lift for Lakies’ triumph

Brodrick Campbell.
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LEARMONTH posted its third win of the Central Highlands Football League season, sweeping aside Skipton by 64 points largely due to a solo effort up forward fromBrodrick Campbell.

Campbell single-handedly outscored the Emus, booting seven goals in a virtuoso performance.

Hotondo Homes Lakies playingcoach Brenton Powell also praised Todd Curran, who was thrown into the middle with great effect after half time.

“Toddy won some hard balls for us in the middle, which enabled us to run away from them on the outside,” Powellsaid.

Best-on-ground Powell, who played his first match back from a serious hand injury,asked for a greater effort from his men after half time and they delivered in spades.

“I thought they were great, especially after dropping off last week,” he said.

After a second-term fightback, the Emus braced themselves for a big second half after key forward Cameron Postlethwaite closed the gap to just one point at the two minute mark of the third term.

The Lakies, however, had other plans. Jacob Werts replied with a mid-air volley a minute later to launch a seven-goal blitzkrieg from the home side.

Dave Box added two more and when Campbell slotted his fourth and fifth goals in quick succession, it was all over bar the shouting.

A miserly defence, led by Nathan Gudgeon and Paul Phillips, kept the visitors to just two goals after half time to help set up the big win.

Skipton will rue some early missed chances and a second half fade-out, despite the best efforts of Mitch Jones, Chris Vagg (two goals) and forward Tom Breed, who was dangerous early, but failed to convert.

Learmonth hasclimbed to 12thon the ladder following the win,while Skipton remains 14th.

Looking ahead to next weekend, the Lakies go in search of two victoriesin succession against nearby rivals Waubra, with Skipton getting a good chance to bounce back against Daylesford.

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   Jul 28

Appeal items down on last year

Captain Bindy Lupis, Trevor Urquhart and Sharon Jones.
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Organisers of this year’s Winter Warmth Appeal were pleased with the response from the public but say it was down on last year.

A public appeal of donations of warm clothing, blankets and bedding was made last week in preparation for the annual event at the weekend.

And while St Vincent de Paul Wagga regional manager Trevor Urqhuart said they were happy with the response, he believes it was not as fruitful as last year.

“The response was good but we think it was fractionally down from last year,” he said.

“We can’t fathom why …maybe it is tougher than we are realising.”

​The appeal received less phone calls than last year for pick-ups but Mr Urquhart said they received more mattresses.

“It’s still good that the people have dug in and supported it,” he said.

Donations of winter clothing for children and adults and blankets are still being taken at any St Vincent de Paul or Salvation Army store in Wagga.

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   Jul 28

Stawell’s best still to come: Thomas

HAUL: Brenton Potter’s six majors were impressive. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER
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STAWELL interim coach Brad Thomas believes the Warriors can get better, despite recording a resounding 94-point win over Warrack Eagles on Saturday.

The Warriors managed 14 goals in the first half while restricting the Eagles tojust two.

Thomassaid he was pleased with the early stages, but said his sideneeded to builda more consistent performance.

“Our first half was good, but we’re still not playing four quarters of football,” he said.

“We dropped away from our structures.

“But Dave Morris and Luke Hendy and Jesse Eckelwere fantastic.

“It was the best I’ve seen those guys play to date.”

Brenton Potter snagged a game-high six goals, as Jae McGrath and Scott Adams snared two-apiece for the Eagles.

Jarred Martin and Ben Spicer were the most highly rated Eagles, while Kyle George continued his season of good form.

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   Jul 28

Hirini, Finau star as Emus’ hit perfect 10 in thumping of students

TOUGH RUN: Orange Emus centre Simon Badgery charges at the CSU Bathurst defence. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKRUGBY UNION
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ACROSS the first and last 20 minutes of their Blowes Clothing Cup clash with Orange Emus on Saturday, CSU Bathurst bested their fancied rivals 12-5.

What happened in between wasn’t so rosy. The visitors ran in a total of 10 tries to two in a 64-12 thrashing to pile on the misery for the students at University Oval, while backing up their potentially season-defining win over Bathurst Bulldogs last week.

“We were a little bit scrappy early on and probably didn’t start with the intensity we needed, and we got a bit of a wake-up when CSU scored an early try,” Emus co-coach Graydon Staniforth said.

“From then on we started to stick to our guns, we didn’t push the passes too much and after that first 30 minutes we scored three quick tries into the break and that put us well clear.

Right winger Carter Hirini starred for Emus with three tries as well as a couple of other breaks, and No.8 Alo Finau matched Hirini’s try-scoring efforts and was powerful any time he had the ball.

Initially it was CSU with the ascendency as their own No.8 Michael Thompson went over following an Emus mistake, and the students clung to their 5-0 lead for the first 15 minutes.

A turnover in their own half gave their opponent a good chance to level up, and they did that through Finau, and though Nigel Staniforth’s kick missed, the momentum had visibly shifted in an instant.

A few minutes later, former CSU lock Nick Hughes-Clapp stormed across for his team’s second, and with their confidence growing the Orange team ran in a third moments later when Hirini proved far too quick for the CSU defence.

At 19-5 down, CSU’s defence in the middle wasn’t so much of a problem but any time Emus took the ball to the edges, they looked in trouble.

Approaching half-time, Finau scored his second as Emus’ scrum drove straight over CSU’s try line, and on the whistle they made it five tries in 25 minutes with Hirini’s second.

For the hosts to have any chance of a miracle win they needed to be first to score after the break at 31-5 down, but their fate was sealed by half James Simmons who crossed almost immediately.

Perri and flanker Andrew Cosgrove helped themselves to tries in the minutes that followed, and Hirini made it a hat-trick on the hour mark.

Emus were scoring at close to a point a minute at that stage and a massacre was on the cards but CSU did mount some good resistance and picked up a second try through prop Jack McKenna.

ORANGE EMUS 64 (Carter Hirini 3, Alo Finau 3, Nick Hughes-Clapp, Andrew Cosgrove, James Simmons, Adam Perri tries; Nigel Staniforth 7 conv) def CSU BATHURST 12 (Michael Thompson, Jack McKenna tries; Cam Backhouse conv).

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   Jul 28

Rams prevail in tough match

NATIMUK United withstood a spirited second-half challenge from Rupanyup to run out with a 12.16 (88) to 11.6 (72) win at Natimuk Showgrounds on Saturday.
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Both teams are out of finals contention this yearbut plenty of pride was at stake, with the loser destined to finish the round at the bottom of the ladder.

The Rams got the better start and could have built a comfortable lead if not for some inaccuracy early.

Rupanyup full-back Jordan May competed well in the air but when the ball hit the ground, the Rams’ small forwards looked dangerous.

Kyal Murray swooped on a loose ball to kick the Rams’ first goal, and was always a threat.

Murray finished with four majorswhile fellow small forwards Jonathon Hornsby, Greg Hamilton and John Cozens were dangerous.

Ash Pekin worked his way into the game to be one of the Rams’ best, and Woody Conboy and Alex Ridsdale provided run.

Rupanyup looked dangerous going forward, but could not get its forwards enough supply in the first half.

That changed after half-time, when a lift in intensity from the visitors got them back in the match.

May was switched into the ruck to combat the dominance of Ram Cameron Sudholz at stoppages, and the likes of Noel Jorgensen and Matthew Weidemann started driving them forward.

Panthers Mark and Ross Tickner were elusive in the forward line and Anthony Trotter was good on the lead with three goals.

A brilliant David Lang goal from the pocket cut the margin to 10 points in the third quarter and gave the visitors hope ofwinning, but Murray quickly responded for the Rams before the siren.

Rupanyup defender Paul Trotter was excellent in a fast-paced final term, but the Rams did enough to see off the challenge.

Coach Simon Brearley said his team was determined to avoid the wooden spoon and played accordingly.

“We let them get back into it in the second half, but to the boys’ credit they didn’t lie down,” he said.

Rupanyup’s Scott Finnigan said his side had left its charge too late.

“The boys put up a fight and showed a bit of character, but when you’re behind at half-time andshouldn’t be, it costs you,” he said.

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   Jul 06

Busselton vs. Geographe Bay

Both teams played with plenty of attack and strong defence in the South West Women’s Soccer League Busselton vs. Geographe Bay match.
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Check out all the action from the game here:

Busselton vs. Geographe Bay Strong defence from Busselton

Geographe Bay stealing a pass from Busselton.

Geographe Bay going in for a strike.

Strong defence by Busselton and Geographe Bay.

Geographe Bay under pressure from Busselton.

Geographe Bay under attack from Busselton.

Geographe Bay getting the ball away from Busselton.

Strong defence from Geographe Bay.

Geographe Bay takes control of the ball.

Busselton ready to strike.

Geographe Bay kicking the ball out of Busselton’s goal area.

Strong attacking by Busselton.

Geographe Bay ready to strike.

Busselton in control of the ball.

Busselton under attack from Geographe Bay.

Busselton take the ball.

Geographe Bay kick the ball away from Busselton’s goal area.

Elisha Saltarini battles for the ball with the Geographe Bay captain.

Janelle Saddan under attack from Geographe Bay.

Janelle Saddon kicks the ball away from Geographe Bay.

Geographe Bay strikes the ball down the field.

Geographe Bay taking control of the ball.

Busselton taking control of the ball.

Geographe Bay striking the ball down the field.

Busselton taking control of the ball

Busselton taking control.

Busselton fighting for the ball in their goal area.

Busselton coming from behind.

Strong defence from Geographe Bay.

Strong attacking by Busselton.

Busselton kicking into the goal area.

Fight for the ball.

Geographe Bay taking control of the ball.

Busselton under attack from Geographe Bay.

Busselton getting the ball down the field.

Strong defence from Busselton.

Battle for the ball.

Strong defence from Geographe Bay.

Busselton in control of the ball.

Busselton kicking the ball away from Geographe Bay’s goal area.

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   Jul 06

Launceston Competitions: Broadway Solo sectionPhotos

Launceston Competitions: Broadway Solo section | Photos Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.
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Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

Launceston Competitions Broadway Solo section. Picture: Neil Richardson.

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   Jul 06

Horsham scams: Police give warning

SCAMMERS: Horsham police have reminded residents to be vigilant after a number of scams circulated through the region. Picture: FILE PICPOLICE have urged Horsham residents to be wary of scams circulating across the region.
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Horsham Senior Constable Gerri O’Donnell said Horsham residents had been subject to three different scams in the past week.

She said a man came to an elderly woman’s door and said he was giving away free iPads.

SenConstO’Donnell said the man asked for a range of personal information including birth certificate and drivers licence details.

She said the phone number the man gave the woman was out of service.

SenConstO’Donnell said another Horsham resident received a phone call from someone pretending to be from the Australian Taxation Office.

She said the person was also after personal details.

Sen Const O’Donnell said a third Horsham residentreceived a false inheritance claim in the mail.

“Don’t give any details over email or over the phone unless you know who they are,” she said.

“Don’t let anyone into your house unless you know who they are.

“Get details and a contact name and call them back, or get their number from their website and call that.”

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   Jul 06

A recipe for success

BAKERS DELIGHT: Moyne mayor Colin Ryan and Cr Jim Doukas put their tastebuds to the test to judge entries in The Kirky Bikkie Bake-off. Picture: Aaron Sawall
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Bakers were chasing the sweet taste of success at Kirkstall’s third annual bikkie bake-off on Sunday.

Judges, Moyne Shire Council mayor Colin Ryan and councillor Jim Doukas, had to put their tastebuds to work and sample all entries.

Plates of shortbread, choc-chip cookies, Monte Carlos, yo-yos and jam drops put the judges’ palates to the test.

Categories included bakers aged over 16, between 11-15 years, 6-10 years while the under 6 age group brought plates of decorated biscuits.

Hall president Leah Brown said there wasalso a special category for those with allergies.

“It could be nut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, doesn’t matter what the particular allergy is,” she said.

Entrant Keira Longmore, 9, has entered cookies in the bake-off for the past three years.

This year she used a Thermomix to create her ‘whatever’ biscuits. “You make them and put whatever in them. You can put sultanas or whatever. I put in choc chips,” she said.

Ms Brown said the event aimed to bring the community together while showing off the facilities on offer at the newly-renovated hall.

“We just do it to open up our hall to showcasewhat it’s like inside so people can potentially use it for their own eventslater,” shesaid.

“We’ve just had some renovations done. We had new windows put in and had it painted.I’m just loving that it is done. It looks great”

The hall has just undergone a makeover with about $15,000 spent on replacing the sash windows and the outside given a fresh coat of paint.

The works werefunded through the council’s Community Assistance Fund.

It completes other renovations carried out in recent years which included painting the interior walls,and sanding and varnishing the floorboards.

Cr Ryan said the shire had spent about $150,000 on the Kirkstall community in recent years to improve the hall and recreation reserve.

Works are still under way on the recreation reserve with about $72,000 spent on new toilets and barbecue facilities.

Works are still to be completed on the playground.

Ms Brown said the hall was used at least once a week.

“We have a bikkie bake-off, we do a garage sale and a Christmas party. It gets used numerous other times for meetings, dance classes and parties,” she said.

Cr Ryan said the shire was focused on promotinggrowingcommunities such as Kirkstall.

“It’s great for young and emerging communities like Kirkstall to get together and develop that community spirit and have events like this,” he said.

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   Jul 06

Calivil United back in form

CALIVIL United is in the box seat to grab a LVFNL finals berth after defeating Marong by 25 points on Saturday.
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The 14.9 (93) to 10.8 (68) win gives the fifth-placed Demons a one-game buffer on Marong and keeps the club in touch with third-placed Bears-Lagoon Serpentine.

The Demons went into the match on the back of two-straight defeats, but responded strongly to record their most important win of the season.

Andrew Freemantle

After an even first term, the Demons kicked five goals to one in the second quarter to open up a 33-point lead.

Marong stormed back into the game in the third quarter to cut the deficit to nine points at threequarter-time.

With the game and fifth spot up for grabs, it was Calivil who finished the game stronger, kicking three goals to none in the final term.

“We were very happy with the way the boys responded in the final quarter,’’ Calivil coach AndrewFreemantle said.

“If we had have lost today it would have been very hard for us, so we went into the game like it was a final.

“We let Marong back into the game after half-time, but thankfully we were able to get control back in the final quarter.”

Full-forward Jamie Nicholas bagged five goals to be best for Calivil, while Alex Davis and Henry Miller impressed.

Daniel Young and Kyle Manley were best for the Panthers, who need to defeat Mitiamo next Saturday to stay in touch with the top five.

Mitiamo remain in fourth place despite suffering a 53-point defeat to second-placed Pyramid Hill.

The Superoos trailed by 22 points by quarter-time and never really looked like threatening the Bulldogs.

Pyramid Hill had 10 individual goalkickers in the 17.21 (123) to 11.4 (70) win.

Midfielder Danko Bzenic continued his good season to be best on ground for the Dogs. Jake Anderson and ruckman Balraj Singh did plenty of damage.

Doug Thomas, Joel Pianto and Terence Reeves were best for Mitiamo.

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