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Culcairn’s crowning glory

10.20.2018, Comments Off on Culcairn’s crowning glory, 南京夜网, by .

TOP: Culcairn’s winning one day premiership team (back,from left) A Singh, M Hensel, V Chaffey, C Knust, M Godde, C Watson, J Cooper (front) S McLeish, B Sheather (c), R Jenkins and S Brand. Picture: ContributedCULCAIRNhas won its fifth Holbrook and District Cricket Association One Day grand final when it defeated Osborne by two wickets at Osborne last Saturday.
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After losing last year’s decider to Henty, Culcairn reclaimed the title in a thrilling and engrossing match that could have gone either way.

Osborne were attempting to win its first ever senior HDCA title since joining the competition 15 years ago after playing in the Brocklesby DCA prior to that.

It took a magnificent batting performance from the talented Jamie Cooper, 80,to get Culcairn over the line after Osborne had batted first.

Osborne paced its innings nicely to post a very respectable 5/159, after being well placed at 3/77 at the halfway point of the innings.

Mick Glanville led the way for Osborne with the veteran sportsman posting 60as he and Darren Howard,14,added valuable late innings runs.

Earlier openers Lachie Lane, 24,and Luke Richardson,23,had made a good start, before Glanville and Howard put on a 59 run stand.

Simon McLeish was the best of the Culcairn bowlers claiming three wickets, while Matt Hensel and Arjen Singh both bowled economically.

The Culcairn run chase got away well despite the loss of Steven Brand for 6with Cooper and the burly Cade Watson, 29,in brutal touch.

The halfway point had them well placed at 2/94 before a mini collapse had them in a spot of bother at 5/114 with Cooper still dangerous.

Handy late order contributions from Brendan Sheather (10) and Cameron Knoust (15) provided nice assistance to Cooper.

When the eighth wicket fell Culcairn still needed three runs but with Cooper on hand they got the runs with almost five overs to spare.

Cooper was named man of the match for his excellent batting and the wicket of Osborne top scorer Glanville.

For Osborne Glanville, Howard, Harry Perryman and Connor Galvin all took two wickets, with Perryman the most economical.

Next weekend will see two day cricket start before the association goes into harvest and New Year break.

Culcairn who has the bye this coming round will not play cricket in Division one now until January 9giving them plenty of time to reflect on its fifth one day title.

Division TwoDIVISIONTwo played round six of the season with Lockhart remaining on top of the ladder after beating Holbrook comfortably.

Lockhart posted 8/134 with Oscar Smyth,39,top scoring as Kev Drum took threewickets for Holbrook.

In reply Holbrook made just 92 with Smyth taking three wickets.

Oscar Willis made 87noas his side TRYC 5/152 defeated Culcairn 8/134 in a somewhat of an upset on the turf at Yerong Creek.

The final match saw Henty 162 defeat Uranquinty 8/122.

Nick Zumbo top scored for Henty with 82and then claimed two wickets.

Holbrook DCA is due to play this Sunday in the Riverina semi-final of the NSW Country Plate between the winner of Griffith andTemora.

Holbrook will play Temora at Temora and selectors will name the team mid week.

A win in this match would see them into the Riverina final on December 13 against the winner of Cootamundra andGoulburn.

The state-wide finals of the Country Plate are in Tamworth on December 28 and 29 with the final four teams contesting the carnival.

NEXT WEEK DIVISION ONEROUND 6 TWO DAYER

Holbrook v OsborneTRYC v HentyCulcairn byeDIVISION TWO ROUND 7

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Social Networks: Westpac Christmas dinner

10.20.2018, Comments Off on Social Networks: Westpac Christmas dinner, 南京夜网, by .

Social Networks: Westpac Christmas dinner Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN
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Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

Westpac Launceston’s Christmas dinner, held at Cataract on Paterson on Saturday night. Picture: SAMANTHA VAN ASPEREN

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Group Six draw confirmed for 2016

10.20.2018, Comments Off on Group Six draw confirmed for 2016, 南京夜网, by .

New season: The Camden Rams will face the Narellan jets in their opener for the Group Six Rugby League first grade competition in April next year. Pictured: Camden Rams’ Chris Browne. Picture: Jeff de PasqualeThe draw has been confirmed for next season’s Group Six Rugby League first grade competition.
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Ten teams — Narellan Jets, Camden Rams, Thirlmere Tahmoor Roosters, Picton Magpies, Moss Vale Dragons, Oakdale Workers, Mittagong Lions, Campbelltown City,

Appin Dogs and The Oaks Tigers — will take part in the new season.

The opening round will be played on Easter long weekend, April 2 and 3, where Narellan will host Camden at Narellan Park.

The Oaks will make the trip to Sid Sharpe Oval for their match with Oakdale Workers.

Reigning premiers Picton face neighbours Thirlmere at Thirlmere Sportsground.

Campbelltown City will host Appin in another local derby, while Moss Vale will play Mittagong at Mittagong Sportsground in the final match of the opening round.

Competition media officer Mike Shean said the new season was already exciting with many clubs appearing to be in contention to win the title.

“Picton will arguably be the team to beat, but teams like Camden, The Oaks, who were very impressive late in the season, Mittagong and Narellan will all be knocking on the door,”he said.

“However, the clubs who finished down the ladder last season will be keen to improve, and there’s not much gap between teams likes Thirlmere, Campbelltown City, Oakdale, Moss Vale and Appin and the rest.’’

Pre-season matches will be played before the start of the new season, with full details to be released shortly.

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Redbank Creek update

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KILLER WATER: Citizen scientists and North Richmond residents Margaret and Bryan Smith with some of the creek water when it was completely opaque earlier this month. Picture: Geoff JonesCitizen scientists Margaret and Bryan Smith of North Richmond have reported thatthe pollution level from Redbank Creek at the discharge point in Peels Park was “vastly improved”.
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The state of the creek was the Gazette’s front page story on November 11, when run-off from the Redbank estate development entered the creek due to sediment controls having been removed.

The state of the creek prompted Council to issue a stop-work notice on the development until sediment controls were reinstated. They also issued a penalty notice.

Council lifted the order after inspectors were satisfied proper barriers against sediment runoff had been installed.

It would seem the re-installation of the sediment controls worked.

“From a high turbidity of 400 NTU over the last three weekends it is now a very acceptable 15 NTU, almost as good as the creek upstream in the park of 10 NTU,” Mrs Smith said.

Downstream at Susella Park the turbidity reading is still too high at 40NTU but is falling as the mass of polluted water blends with cleaner water and moves into the Hawkesbury River.

The Smithssaid dead creatures such as fish, caused by the turbidity, would not be visible as they would be taken by the flow of the creek or would have sunk to the bottom in the silt.

“Animals such as frogs or lizards can, of course, escape to the land,” Mrs Smith said.

The couple said this week they would be looking downstream for any evidence of new life re-establishing in the now-cleaner water.

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Anh Do wows at Leeton show

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Anh Do. ANH Do proved why he is one of Australia’s favourite comedians when he appeared at Leeton’s Roxy Theatre on Saturday night.
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Do was in town to bring hisHappiest Refugee Liveperformance to the stage and he was able to leave a lasting impression on the audience.

Hundreds of residents turned out for the show, which followed on from a sold-out performance from Carl Barron at the theatre in July.

Not only did Do have the audience in stitches, but he was also able to tell his own life story in a way that residents were able to relate to it.

Prior to coming to Leeton, Do said he was looking forward to it.While he had driven through the area once, he had never stopped in town to take a look, but he was aware Leeton was “famous” for the SunRice brand.

The theatre has received plenty of good feedback about his show.

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