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Rebels to go early in draft

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FUTURE STAR: Rebels’ midfielder Jacob Hopper. Picture: Getty ImagesTHREENorth Ballarat Rebelsare tipped to be early picks in Tuesday night’s AFL national draft.
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Captain Darcy Tucker, Daniel Rioli and Jacob Hoppermay allfeature in the top 30 selections.

Tucker, a rebounding defender from Horsham Saints, has long been a hot junior prospect.

The classyleft-footer was named All-Australian in his bottom-age seasonwith the Rebels and followedup with a solid campaign this year.

Northern Territory’sRioliis the nephew of Hawthorn star Cyril andhas been invited to the event in Adelaide, after a strong finish to the season.

The lightning-quick small forward, who wasone of the best-performed athletes during October’s national combine, showed a tendency to play his best football when under the spotlight.

Perhaps the most unique story, however, is Hopper.

A member of Greater Western Sydney’s academy, the inside midfielder from Leeton is expected to be selected by the Giants as part of the new bidding process, which will make its debut on draft night.

Hopper has also been invited and looms as the Rebels’ first selection.

Several other Rebels are a chance of having their names calledout, either on Tuesday night or Friday’s rookie draft.

Western Australian Yestin Eades has attracted AFL interest, as has 19-year-old speedster Tom Templeton and South Warrnambool’s Charlie Lee.

Forward Matthew Johnston and classy midfielder Jacob Wheelahan may also feature.

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Social Networks: Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner

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Social Networks: Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN
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Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Allen’s Carepark Christmas dinner, held at Links Restaurant at Country Club Tasmania. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

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Macleay producers shine at regional food forum

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BUSINESS SUCCESS: Caitlin Williams promotes Blueberry Greens produce at the forum.
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The business success of a number of Macleay Valley Food Bowl producers was on show at the Mid North Coast Food Forum, held at Bonville Golf Course on November 9.

Among them were Clive West from Westview Limes, Caitlin Williams from Blueberry Greens, Beth McMillan from Burrawong Gaian poultry farm and Steve Biggs from Verti Pots.

Hosted by Coffs Harbour City Council and sponsored by Kempsey, Bellingen and Nambucca Shire Councils, the event featured Red Lantern restaurant owner Pauline Nguyen as keynote speaker, as well as an impressive program of regional producers keen to share the secrets of their business success.

Kempsey’s support for the event aligns with the council’s Macleay Valley Food Bowl Agribusiness Strategy, aimed at strengthening the sector’s economic performance by increasing the value and volume of production and growing jobs.

“The Macleay really shone at the inaugural MNC Food Forum last year and 2015 was even bigger and better for the Macleay again,” said Susannah Smith, Kempsey Shire Council’s Manager, Economic Sustainability.

“From developing home-made style meatballs and selling them into large supermarket chains, to making award-winning cheeses and selling a regional grower markets, the regional industry case studies provided practical know-how, inspiration and valuable first-hand tips and knowledge on how to achieve commercial success in the agribusiness sector.”

Kempsey growers also had the opportunity to network with other regional producers and retailers and source new buyers for their produce, while produce from Burrawong Gaian and Blueberry Greens farms was also featured during the evening’s Harvest dinner.

“Producers of the calibre of Burrawong Gaian are making the Macleay Valley known as a premium destination for high quality produce by taking their product, branded with the Macleay Valley Food Bowl, into some of the country’s most elite kitchens including Kylie Kwong, Jamie Oliver and Matt Moran,” Ms Smith said.

“Burrawong and the Macleay Valley Food Bowl are also represented fortnightly at the renowned Eveleigh Food Markets in Sydney, and additionally was this week one of just six NSW based producers to be named by the Sydney Morning Herald as one of Australia’s 30 best producers.”

As part of its agribusiness strategy, the Kempsey council is also developing a Macleay Valley Food Bowl Agribusiness Investment Guide to provide existing landowners and potential investors with valuable land capability, produce and market information.

The guide will be launched in April 2016 and promoted at the new dedicated Macleay Valley Food Bowl website 梧桐夜网macleayvalleyfoodbowl南京夜网419论坛.

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Swimmers dive into longcourse meet

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STATE and country qualifying times were the highlights of Warrnambool Swimming Club’s annual longcourse event on Sunday.
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Terang’sIngrid Cavarsan posted a Victorian sprint qualifying time for the 11-year-old girls’ 50-metre backstroke, while Warrnambool’s Harrison Holmes booked his country championships’ spot for the 12-year-old boys’100-metre freestyle.

Warrnambool coach Jayson Lamb said swimmers still had ample time to qualify for the Melbourne-based state championships in February and January’scountry championships in Bendigo.

AND THEY’RE OFF: Swimmers launch into backstroke as part of the Warrnambool club meet’s jam-packed program at AquaZone on Sunday. Pictures: Rob Gunstone

Lamb said 110 competitors took part in Sunday’s meeting, including 70 Warrnambool-aligned swimmers.

Some entrants came from as far as Melbourne and Geelong to compete.

“Everyone raced really well and we talked about procedures and getting that right and they did that well,” he said.

“We were happy with how the day went and we finished with a club Christmas party with a slip and slide.”

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