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Crystal Brook decimates Laura batters

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At the Rocky River cricketgame between Laura and Crystal Brook, the home side won the toss and batted first to findthemselves bundled out for only 53 runs in 29 overs.

Opener Michael Gaunt (27) made half the score before being trapped LBW to Campbell Combe.

Number five batterBrad Jackson (15) was the only other batsman to reach double figures before beingbowled by Mark Kelly.

Rhys Millington remained 4no with the remaining batsmen accumulating only three runs between them.

The four bowlers used by Crystal Brook all had success with Combe taking 3/6/9 including seven maidens, Kelly 3/13/6, Hill 2/21 and Tom Kerin 1/10.

Crystal Brook took only 14 overs to chase the required target, closing at 1/56 losing just the one wicket, that of Henry Kerin (15) who was caught by Jaran Turner off Scott Brand who finished with 1/12/3.

The two not out batsmen were Shane Arbon (28) and Combe (5).


The game at Redhill was more of a contest with Redhill winning the toss and batting against Georgetown.

Opener Ben Pilkington (8) was just run-out after some sharp fielding from Andrew Henderson with the score at 25.

Number three batsman Kerr was looking very dangerous until he was well caught by Andrew Henderson for 40 which included five fours and two sixes.

Larry Klingner batted very patiently for 40 before being bowled by Robert Nash.

Redhill were 4/137 at the end of the 31st over and with some excellent spin bowling by Brett Murdock, they lost their last six wickets, including Nathan Hayes (26), for 12 runs, to be all out 149.

Murdock finished with 8/30/12, Nash with 1/15.

Andrew Henderson (14), Shane Ballantyne (44), Riley Hennessy (11) kept Georgetown in front in the run chase and when Brett Ballantyne (45) retired hurt at the end of the 31st over the score was 134.

It took another 14 balls for Georgetown to pass Redhill’s score losing threewickets, finishing 6/150. Bowden picked up two of the late wickets finishing with 2/7.


In the under 16 competitionCrystal Brook 5/152 – T Kerin 32, J Clements 27 ret, D Taylor 23 ret, P Klingner 11 ret, D Voumard 2/6, M Bowman 1/16, R Clark 1/6 defeated Jamestown 8/72 – M Voumard 16, D Taylor 2/6 and singles to T Kerin, L Coates, J Clements, T Head, J Baker and W Bowman.

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Man charged with 31 new offences

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UPDATE 3.30pm: A Warrnambool man charged with 31 offences vaulted over the side of thedock and into the courtroomduring a remandhearingon Monday.

Anthony Alberts, 30, of Botanic Road, did not apply for bail in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Monday.

While paperwork was being processed, Mr Albertsjumped out of the dock and into the body of the court.

Sixpolice grabbed him and there wereabout a dozen members of his family in court at the time.

The outbreak led to Mr Alberts’ mother Michelle Debono and grandmother Valda Debono loudly abusing police.

Ms Dobono claimed her son had been denied medical treatment since his arrest on Friday night.

Magistrate John Lesser remanded Mr Alberts in custody until December 7.

He also noted that custody management issues includedMr Alberts’ diagnosis ofdepression and anxiety.

Solicitor Amanda Chambers said her client was also withdrawing from ice use.

EARLIER: A Warrnambool man already facing ice trafficking allegations has been remanded in custody on 31 new charges.

Anthony Alberts, 30, of Botanic Road, was arrested when he reported to the Warrnambool police station as part of his bail conditions on Friday night.

The 31 charges relate to burglaries, thefts, breaching bail and committingoffence while on bail.

He was remanded in custody by a bail justice on Friday night to appear in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Monday.

Mr Alberts was already on bail charged with trafficking ice and burglary and summons have been issued for another charge of trafficking ice.

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Marion Pool a local living legend

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Marion Pool receiving her awardWellington’s Marian Pool was presented as a nominee in the prestigious MOA Benchmarking Community Service in Aged Care Award at the 2015 Regional Achievement and Community Awards on Saturday evening at the Dubbo RSL Club Events Centre.

She was presented by the Honourable Niall Blair MLC, Minister for Primary Industries, Water and Lands in front of 200 guests from across the state.

Mrs Pool has worked at Maranatha House for 19 years, beginning as a nurse and now as a qualified Pastoral Carer.

She provides emotional and spiritual support to residents, staff and families and assists with bereavement support when required.

Ms Pool said she felt privileged to share with residents the good and sad times and had formed many wonderful friendships along the way.

Maranatha House was presented as a semi-finalist in the prestigious Prime Super Employer Excellence in Aged Care Award.

Banjo Paterson … more than a Poet Exhibition/Museum at Yeoval was presented as a semi-finalist in the prestigious Dobija Print World Events and Tourism Award at the 2015 Regional Achievement and Community Awards on Saturday.

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Vale – Dixie and Rachel Erlandsen

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Rachel Erlandson with boyfriend Sam Connie.

Dixie Erlandson

Tears and tributes for adored shire members Dixie and her daughter Rachel Erlandson have flooded the Bellinger Valley.

The tragedy unfolded on Friday afternoon when emergency services were called to the Pacific Highway near Valla Beach Rd after reports of a collision between an ambulance and a small car.

Driver of the Nissan Pulsar, 17-year-old Rachel, and front passenger, 50-year-old Dixie from Valla, died at the location.

The ambulance contained two ambulance paramedics, a doctor and a nurse who were taken to hospital for treatment with non-life threatening injuries. They have since been discharged.

Dixie was the president of the Urunga Football Club. She was instrumental in establishing the Junior Six-A-Side competition and her commitment to the local sporting community was widely acknowledged, appreciated and “will be very sorrowfully missed”.

In addition, Dixie dedicated many years as member of Urunga Public School’s P&C committee, where she was described as a much-loved friend.

“Dixie worked tirelessly for our community. Whether it be in the capacity as accountant, or taking up positions as treasurer or auditor for so many community groups and organisations,” a community member said.

“She was always at school, helping out at the canteen or at soccer or Little Athletics. She cooked a great sausage sizzle!

“She was always smiling and always generous. She was a loyal friend and protective mum. She was so proud of her children. She was very respected and loved in our community”.

Year 12 student, Rachel, attended UPS before heading off to Bishop Druitt College where she had just completed her HSC.

Friends described Rachel as “an intelligent young woman with a generous heart” and as having “the world at her feet, to do with, what she dreamed”.

“Rachel was just starting her life … She’d just finished her HSC,” a close friend said.

“She was beautiful, inside and out. Excelled academically and in sport.

“Always helped out like her mum. A beautiful heart. A supportive sister and daughter”.

Rachel’s younger sister, Jess, is in Year 8 at BDC. Her older brother, Andrew, finished at in 2010. Dixie and Rachel leave behind Dave Halverson, Dixie’s partner; and Rachel’s father, Peter.

While the shockwaves will be felt in the community for a long time, it’s clear to those who knew them “we have lost two angels whose life was taken too soon”.

Vale – Dixie Erlandsen – Urunga Football ClubDixie Erlandsen was a prominent community achiever in the Bellinger Valley. She was actively involved in a range of community support, many of which focussed on developing kid’s skills. Her extraordinary passion & dedication has had a marked effect on all community organisations that she has been involved in.

Dixie tirelessly strived to achieve significant outcomes for Urunga Football club. Some of her many achievements in the club include:

After two years as president, she had just accepted a third year in the position. She is the club’s first woman president. Previously Dixie was the junior’s Treasurer, a position she successfully managed for many years.

She introduced Holiday Fast Fleet clinics in Urunga – where the North Coast Football development squad & representative players (all from Urunga Football Club members) became the coaches.

Instrumental in introducing under 6 & 7 age pre-season coaching to promote junior football. Once again, the qualified coaches were drawn from Urunga Football Club members.

Ensuring all juniors are trained as referees to not only develop player skills, etiquette & a better understanding of the game, but also to give juniors further opportunities and ensure there were no shortages of referees.

In 2015, getting the club to agree on consistent club colours, a feat that had not been achieved since the amalgamation of the juniors & the seniors in 2008.

In 2015, as president, was recognised by her achievements with acceptance of the “2015 NFL Club” of the year award. She also personally received the “2015 club person of the year”, as voted by her club peers.

In 2015 introducing Juniors into the summer SixA Side competition, and then managing it.

Dixie put her heart and soul into ensuring junior players within the club were given every opportunity to develop. She strived to ensure all juniors were treated equally & fairly.

Urunga Football Club honours and respects the many achievements of Dixie. Whilst the club is strong, it will take considerable effort for everyone to come to terms with losing not only a wonderful president but also her daughter, Rachel, who only just completed high school.


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Port gets no time to relax

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PRACTISING HARD: Port Fairy cricketer Travis Parsons hones his batting skills at training. The Pirates play Wesley-CBC this weekend. Picture: Anthony Brady

THE rollercoaster ride continues for Port Fairy’s division one cricketers.

The Pirates go into their round seven game at Avery’s Paddockthis Saturday against Wesley-CBC in second place in the Warrnambool and District Cricket Association Hopkins conference.

Last weekend the Pirates defeated Allansford in a one-day game at Uebergang Oval.

Port Fairy languished in fifth place prior to the win with the even nature of the conference meaning the stakes are high in every game.

Port Fairy co-captain Kalon Wilkie is aware his team needs to be on its game.

“We knew going into the Allansford matchit was an eight-point game, really all the games are,” Wilkie said.

“If we play well over the next few weeks and win these games leading into Christmas then we can set our season up.”

The Pirates produced a strong all-round performance to defeat Allansford, highlighted by the form of Andrew McCartney.

A former division one coach at the club, McCartney produced a match-winning double. He snared figures of 2-34 as Allansford made 6-175 batting first. McCartney then backed up with and an unbeaten knock of 83 to lead Port Fairy to a winning score of 3-180.

“Andrew had a slow start to the season, he was a bit underdone with a late start due to the footy,” Wilke said.

“He was batting lower in the order so we brought him up to four against Allansford and he batted well.

“We were always confident of our batting depth and our bowling is looking good as well.

“Against Allansford we didn’t have Steve Dwyer or Sam McCartney so we will getthem back this week.”

In division two last Saturday, Port Fairy failed to get enough runs to push for victory against Allansford.

The Pirates were bowled out for 122with opener Ryan Dorling the best performer with 39. Colin Harwood took 4-19 to help stifle the Allansford run chase but it wasn’t enough, the Gators ending with 6-123.

It was a victory in division three with the Pirates too good for Nestles.

Chris Gurney took 3-22 as Nestles was bowled out for 104.

James Habel then led the way with the bat making 67 in a total of 4-112 in just 21 overs.

In the under 17s Port Fairy lost to Russells Creek by 15 runs on Sunday with Hamish Gleeson making 26 and Jack Block taking 2-14.

On Tuesday the Pirateswelcomed Koroit and did well with the ball, bowling the Saints out for 44. Jason Pitt took 5-5 from his six overs. In reply the Pirates went into stumps on day one on 3-22 and will resume their chase this Tuesday.

The under 15s defeated Allansford by 128 runs with Clem Nagorcka taking 2-5 while the under 13s team lost to Dennington.

Fraud suspect tried to outrun police

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A man has been charged over multiple alleged offences, including an aggravated break and enter at Emu Plains on the weekend.

About 2pm on Saturday police attached to Operation Countdown stopped a vehicle on Duke Place, Emu Plainsandattempted to arrest the male driver, 30.

Police said he locked the doors and windows, before they attempted to gain entry by breaking a window.

The driver then allegedly reversed the vehicle and accelerated at high speed, narrowly avoiding hitting the police officers.

Police will allege he drove away and left the vehicle in a carpark on Mulgoa Road.

About 6.15pm, the man was located and arrested at a home at Glenmore Place, South Penrith.

He was taken to Penrith Police Station and charged with offences including first instance warrant (fraud matter), use vehicle to avoid apprehension, trespass, aggravated break and enter, armed with intent and 16 fraud offences.

He was refused bail atParramatta Bail Court andwill appear in Penrith Local Court on November 27.

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New president at Stuart Town

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Last week I had the great privilege of being elected president of the Stuart Town Advancement Association (STAA).

The STAA is Stuart Town’s main community group, and like I said it’s a great privilege and honour to be elected to this position.

I take over from Ben Penhall who has done a fantastic job during the past few years, particularly in co-ordinating the Stuart Town Ironbark Festival, a festival that has turned into one of the district’s major events.

The STAA executive for the coming year is, myself as president, Richard Eade as vice-president and Barbra Eade as secretary/treasurer.

The really good news for the association is that Ben Penhall has agreed to take on the new position of Ironbark Festival co-ordinator.

This is a great win for the STAA, with Ben no longer on the executive and no longer having to worry about the day-to-day running of the association, it frees him up to work on the Ironbark Festival and continue to build the event, an event that will grow and become even bigger than it is now.

Talking about great events, put a note in your calendar for Saturday December 12.

The hard-working Boehmes Hall committee is staging another Market Day, starting at 8.30am.

This day is the second to be staged and after the great success of the first market day, promises to be even bigger.

This morning is a great event not just for the locals, but for everyone in the district and beyond.

So like I said, note it in your calendar, take a trip out to Stuart Town, because you won’t be disappointed.

Until next week,

Councillor Marcus Hanney

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