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Mandurah’s country music on show

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Courtney Conway. Jonny Taylor.
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Billy Higginson.

Vicki Lee.

MANDURAH’S country music scene may be alittle bit quiet this weekend as withlocal performers dominating the line-up atthe Boyup BrookCountry Music Festival.

Courtney Conway, Jonny Taylor, BillyHigginson and Vicki Lee will all make their way down for the 29th annual eventto celebrate everything country.

“It’s our Tamworth,”Lee said.

“There are a lot of eastern states andinternational artists who come and the whole town comes alive for the fourdays.”

Over the four-day event, 15,000-17,000people will descend on the small shire of 1700 to celebrate the whole culturewhich revolves around the music genre.

“There’s something for everyone,” Higginsonsaid.

“It’s not just music; there’s a ute andtruck muster, a vintage car show and they alldrive through the streets to beginwith.

“Then the buskers will start.”

“The vibe is fantastic; people come up toyou in the street or at the bar and just say, ‘hello’,” Conway added.

“I played there last year and was hopingthey’d have me back.”

Out of the 23 country acts on the bill, thefour Mandurah singers make up just under a fifth of those playing across theweekend and as the home of the Western Australian Country Music Awards, there’sno surprise Mandurah also has some locals nominated for that as well.

Jasmine Atikins, a regular at some ofMandurah’s live music venues, is also up forBest Junior Artist.

Mandurah also has a 100 per cent chance ofbeing the home of WA’s Best Independent Single of the Year with the only twopeople up for the award being Conway with hertrack 21 Days and Taylorfor Brighter Than YouFeel and You’ll Never Break Me.

The two local singers continue the award nominations with both of them upfor Best Songwriter of theYear.

Tayloris also up for Best Male Artist and Best Independent Album, for Something to Say and Conway ishoping totake out the Best Female Artist and Best New Talent.

“I’m really excited to be nominated,” Conway said.

“It’s really an honour.”

Having so many locals in the festivalline-up doesn’t surprise the young country singer, describing Mandurahas an overgrown country town itself.

For fellow Mandurah country singershowever, it’s a different story.

Both Lee and Higginson’s are old favouriteson the Boyup Brook line-up, with both acts describing the festival as a homeaway from home.

But when it comes to being in their hometown, they believe the country music genre, while successful in Mandurah, is anunderground sensation.

“I think people would be surprised how wellthe artists from here go,” Lee said.

It’s a music culture which the pair want to change in Mandurah, bringing it out of the shadows.

This has led to the creation ofa country music club.

The club brings local and national acts toperform once a month for lovers of the genre.

It’s their way of bringing a little bit of Boyup Brook to Mandurah, celebratingall things country, not just the music.

The Boyup Brook Festival is from February 13-16.

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Tigers taking giant strides

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A great positive shift has occurred at the Kyneton Showgrounds this year as the Kyneton Football Netball Club works to make noise ahead of the upcoming Bendigo Football Netball League.
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The footballers have been on the track for a number of weeks and new coach, Mark Adamson, and the committee have been working hard behind the scenes to revolutionise the club’s culture and status in the competition.

A new list of guys will build on creating a positive culture that will carry the club forward into its next exciting chapter.

“The culture is interesting, it is evolving as we go,” Adamson said.

“We are at a fresh starting point and in a more unique situation where we’re starting from scratch and we want to make that positive.”

This is Adamson’s second stint of starting a new senior club from scratch. He had a big role to play with Bendigo Gold in its debut season in the Victorian Football League last year. He knows how important it is to make a strong, confident and positive presence from the beginning in order to build good foundation for the club to build on for the future. The absence of a senior team hurt the club last season but it has been able to access what it needs to be a formidable force on and off the field for the future.

On the field

The Tigers have been boosted by a number of quality recruits headlined by key position player, Kane Ranstead, from the Western Australian Football League. Adamson is happy with the 26-year-old’s progress after two sessions on the track. He is strong overhead and uses his great height to advantage.

“Key positions players are important and he is about to enter the age gap of where he will play his best football in his career,” Adamson said.

“He has been vocal and supportive on the track and people will look up to guys like that.”

Adamson highlighted that he wants the new list of players, old and new, in this team to be the best leaders they can be. Those in the leadership group will be great leaders as representatives of the club, regardless of what town they live in.

“Things are moving as well as we could have hoped,” Adamson said.

The Tigers will host Macedon Football Netball Club in their opening pre-season hit-out on Saturday, March 15.

New Kyneton star recruit, Kane Ranstead, is welcomed to the club by coach, Mark Adamson, at his first training night.

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Daylesford keeps cricket finals hopes alive

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DAYLESFORD kept its Castlemaine District Cricket Association finals hopes alive with a dominant performance against Muckleford on Saturday.
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A loss to fourth-placed Muckleford would have put an end to Daylesford’s finals hopes, but the home side produced arguably its best performance of the summer.

After being sent in to bat, Daylesford was dismissed for 166 in 37 overs.

The Daylesford attack then ripped through the Muckleford batting line-up, dismissing the visitors for just 46 in 21.3 overs.

No individual batting or bowling scores were supplied by Daylesford.

The victory moves Daylesford to within one-and-a-half wins of fourth-placed Muckleford with two rounds remaining.

Daylesford plays Harcourt (sixth) and Newstead (seventh) in its remaining two matches, while Muckleford faces Newstead (seventh) and Barkers Creek (first).

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Lower Murray bowls: scene set for stoushes

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SATURDAY’S round of Lower Murray pennant bowls has set the scene for what could be the most pulsating finish to the minor round since finals were introduced.
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Although both were beaten, Bridge White, in top division, and Jervois Red, in second, look set to finish minor premiers. Bridge White is top in division three but is far from assured of holding that position.

In division one the pressure is red hot as Bridge White holds a 14-point lead in top place, then the bottleneck takes shape with only three points separating second from fifth.

Bridge Blue is making a late charge, Mannum went down but hangs onto second spot, Tailem Bend nailed the top side while Jervois is waiting for a chance to pounce on them all.

Paul Smart’s team put in a gallant performance to give the Bridge White side a chance at Tailem Bend.

They didn’t quite do enough but Paul crowned his team-mates with a 19-shot skipper of the round performance.

Division one

At Tailem Bend the locals returned to form with a narrow six-shot win over pennant leader Bridge White, with two rinks up and one down by a big margin, the result was in doubt right down to the last couple of ends.

Paul Smart had his players in top gear against the Tailem team skippered by David Linde, Smart had the upper hand for most of the early ends but the scores were still relatively close up to the eighth end where the White players gradually started to take control.

Eight shots to two from the ninth to the 14th made it nine shots the difference – it was from that point to the finish however that White almost cleared the decks.

Smart’s players David Ratsch, Helen Linder and the evergreen Ron Goodwin were well on top of their opponents as they rattled on 12 shots to two over the last seven ends to make it a winning margin of 19 shots.

Although outplayed, the Tailem team can find comfort knowing that a two on the 20th end helped immensely when it came to help harness the overall result for Tailem.

David Hoare’s rink was a good winner for Tailem against Gerry Penta – the locals led 7-1 after four ends but were methodically reeled in as “Ponde” Penta’s men added nine shots to the score while their opponents could only manage a single.

It gave White’s a two-shot advantage that was quickly overtaken when Tailem replied with four on the next end.

Penta levelled the scores on the 12th but was to only score a further one shot as “Meggsie” Hoare’s troupe finished the game with a roar.

What promised to be a tight finish resulted in a blow out, the Tailem players took over at the right time scoring 14 shots over the last nine ends to achieve an important 13-shot win.

Tailem’s Duane Edwards team got away to a dream start against Darren Niblett scoring three, three, two, two and five.

A single on the seventh end followed by a two on the ninth made it 18 shots to two and practically game over at that early stage.

White, at last, did something constructive with a four on the 10th only to be swarmed over again as Tailem added four twos straight making it 20 shots the difference on the 14th end.

The next three ends belonged to Niblett as his team put on seven shots to nil to get within 13 shots – any real comeback though was out of the question as three more shots to Edwards stopped the run.

Niblett finished the game with two twos leaving Tailem up by 12 shots and the overall outcome safely in Tailem’s keeping.

Bridge Blue vs Mannum

Murray Bridge Blue were home to second-placed Mannum in what was a must win game for the home side to keep in the running for the final four.

The home side ended up winning by 16 shots which has left only three points separating the four sides vying for the second to fourth spot after all games played in the round.

Bruce Attrill was drawn against Terry McDonnell in what was a tight game for most of the day.

Mannum won the first end with a three only to see the Attrill side taking the next fur ends to lead 7-3.

McDonnell’s side then strung three winning ends together to take the lead by two shots 9-7 after eight ends.

The next four ends were shared with four shots to the home side and only three shots to Mannum to have the score at 12-11 after 12 ends.

Attrill won the next two ends but could only put on singles to take the lead back 13-12 only to drop the next end with a three to give back the lead to McDonnell.

Attrill’s side then took control of the match winning five of the last six ends to take the game by 10 shots, 26-16.

Allan Kennedy was pitted against Richard Symonds in what ended up a one-sided game with the home side winning 14 of the 21 ends played.

Kennedy took all but one of the first eight ends to lead 11-1.

Symonds won the next two ends but could only put on singles, only to drop the next three ends with again only singles to have the score at 14-3 after 13 ends played.

The last eight ends were shared with Kennedy’s side putting on a further eight shots to six to have the final score at 22-9. It ended up being the biggest winning margin for the day and was pivotal in securing the win for the home side, along with Attrill’s rink finishing off well late in their game.

Brian (Ruby) Traeger was again drawn to play Garry Fowler for the third time in the year with the result going again to the Mannum side.

Fowler started off well winning the first four ends to lead 6-0 l before Traeger’s side picked up a five on the next end to bring the score back to only one shot separating the side 6-5.

The next six ends were shared with both side putting on five shots each to have the score at 11-10 in favor of the Mannum side after 11 ends.

Fowler’s side then took control and increased the gap to six shots 16-10 over the next two ends.

The next six ends were shared with both side putting on four shot to keep the margin at six shots 20-14 after 18 ends.

Fowler then picked up a four on the next end only to lose the last two ends to Traeger’s side who could only put on a further three shot to have the final score at 24-17.

Overall the Blue side picked up a valuable 10 points to Mannum’s two points to keep in the hunt for a finals spot.

Division two

Division two competition is just as spell binding.

At last Jervois Red is showing a hint of not being invincible and will be hoping the red ramble doesn’t set in again.

Bridge Blue has sounded a warning with a win at the right time, then we have Jervois Black mounting a challenge following their win.

Tailem Bend Blue survived a shortened game at RSL, Mannum conquered the top side while Bridge White with a big win is still a chance.

RSL v Tailem Bend Blue

The game at RSL was called off by the umpire when enough ends were attained to constitute a legal game. At the time Tailem Bend Blue was in front by four shots with Peter Connolly up by three, Ian Shepherd by one and Trevor Koop figured in a drawn result.

Mannum v Jervois Red

Mannum established a 14-shot lead after 11 ends and had the top side worried.

The second half of the game was even with Jervois winning 16 ends and Mannum 15 ends.

Jervois had whittled the lead back but Mannum held on to take the game by nine shots and add 11 valuable points to the tally.

Mannum are now one point behind Tailem Bend on the table and they will be pushing hard to get into the final four over the remaining three games. Mannum’s Steve Wilkinson began with a single but Kevin Spinks answered with two singles.

Wilkinson won the next three ends with three, two and one to lead 7-2.

Singles followed for each team then Spinks hit back with four shots and a single to tie the game on eight shots after 10 ends.

Wilkinson got back into the action with a single and two threes to lead 15-8.

Spinks closed the gap with three shots and a single and then each team added three shots, 18-15.

Two shots for each team followed and Spinks took the final two ends to draw the game, 20-all.

Jerry Pannell started well with two shots and followed up with a single then John Obst added a single to open his account. Pannell added three shots over the next two ends and Obst fought back with two shots, 6-3.

Pannell picked up four valuable shots and Obst gained two shots, 10-5.

Pannell steadied and won the next three ends with singles, 13-5.

Obst got into top gear and added six shots over the next three ends to draw within two shots of the lead.

Three more singles for Pannell gave him a little breathing space, 16-11but Obst fought back and added two shots then followed up with a single to get within two shots of the lead.

Pannell steadied and won the final two ends adding five shots to take the game 21-14.

Mannum’s Maurie Davey opened up with two singles then Len Gommers stepped in with four shots.

Davey added two, five and one to set up a 10-4 lead.

Gommers added two singles and Davey replied with three shots only to see Gommers add three shots on the following end, 13-9.

Davey scored two singles and Gommers then won the next three ends with the addition of six shots to tie the game, 15-all.

Davey steadied and added three shots then followed up with two shots and a single to give himself a slight lead.

Gommers was not done and he added a single then followed up with four shots to be just one shot behind as they went into the final end.

A single for Davey gave him the game 22-20.

Division three

Bridge White rules the roost in division three but has only got t points to spare over Mannum Green which they beat last start.

Bridge Blue showed a bit of form to beat Mannum Gold and to top off the four Jervois beat Karoonda.

Those outside the four Mannum Gold, Tailem Gold and Karoonda are not without a chance but cannot afford to make a single mistake and then hope others do.

Pete Wegener, Mannum, measure out the winning bowls during the division one match against Murray Bridge Blue on Saturday morning.

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Crows dinner at Hotel VictorPHOTOS

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EAGLES AND CROWS: At the Encounter Bay table were (front) Jarrod Crispin, Tom Hughes, Kenneth Dixon, Hayley Reichstein and (back) Jack Crispin, Crows Brodie Smith and Taylor Walker, Cameron Hallett, Tricia Hallett and Debbie Goerner. IN GOOD COMPANY: Kaige and Jay Cahill of Victor Harbor Football Club shared the night with Crow Angus Graham.
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THE COACH: Claire Morris, Caitlin Rose, Sherrie Hurrell and Chelsea Giles with Adelaide Crows coach Brenton Sanderson.

INTERVIEW: Wayne Phillips interviews Brenton Sanderson about the coming 2014 season at Hotel Victor.

MEETING THE PLAYERS: Maxine Whitby of Encounter Bay, Roylene Nixon of Goolwa, Lynn Drew of Goolwa and Jessica Newman of Encounter Bay shared a table with Crow James Podsiadly.

FOOTYS: Crows Sam Kerridge and Patrick Dangerfield sign footballs for Sandra Brittain and Kristal Matthews.

FUN NIGHT: Crows coach Brenton Sanderson with City of Victor Harbor Mayor, Graham Philp.

Adelaide Crows fans and Great Southern Football League members attended a dinner hosted by the Adelaide Football Club on Monday night, February 10 at Hotel Victor.

There were Crows players seated at each table, giving locals a chance to chat with the stars.

Emcee Wayne Phillips interviewed coach Brenton Sanderson on the upcoming 2014 season; captain Nathan Van Berlo on his achillestendon injury; and James Podsiadly on his move from Geelong to the Crows.

The dinner was part of the Adelaide Crows 2014 Community Camp where players visited schools and held coaching clinics on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

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VIDEO: Protesters arrested in the Pilliga forest

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VIDEO has emerged of the arrests of two middle-aged women protesting Santos’ coal seam gas activities in the Pilliga forest.
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One of the women, local farmer Cherie Robinson, claims the police officers involved went “over the top” in breaking up the protest.

The clip shows Mrs Robinson and Victorian Katherine Marchment sitting – arms linked – on a road preventing a truck carrying drilling equipment from moving.

When the protesters refuse a police order to move, they are placed under arrest and physically separated, with Ms Marchment being dragged along the road on her back.

Mrs Robinson, who was charged and will face court next month, said she suffered considerable pain as her arms were twisted behind her back by the officer.

***Did the police officers go too far? Did the protesters bring it on themselves? Have your say below.

TWO woman in their 40s have been arrested this morning after attempting to prevent a convoy of trucks carrying coal seam gas drilling equipment gaining access to the Pilliga.

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Player registration for Daylesford soccer teams

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All Daylesford soccer teams will be open for old and new player registration this coming Sunday, February 16, at Victoria Park Oval 2, at noon.
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Players and potential players will have a chance to ask questions of the coaches and committee and register players either on the day, or online at home.

Music and a barbecue will keep everyone entertained, with a good turn-out expected.

The Daylesford and Hepburn United Soccer Club will hopefully have an under-9s, under-11s, under-13s and under-15s in the junior league, and a senior men’s in the BDSA league.

They will also gather interest for a senior women’s team for 2015. Under-13s will be the new addition to the Daylesford ranks, with many talented players rising through the under-11s from the 2013 season.

The under-13s will be coached by the talented and passionate Shanka Hackenburger, with five players still needed to field a strong team. “The club welcomes players for the under-13s to step up and have some fun in the 2014 season,” Hackenburger said.

The under-15s will be coached by the experienced Marcus McIntosh, who brings an international flavour to the scene, with Dragi Koleski again coaching the seniors.

Players will be able to get an information pack about the season ahead, including the fee structure and key contacts.

Training has started and is held on Wednesday nights at Victoria Park Oval 2, with juniors at 4pm and seniors at 6pm. “Players will be coached by an incredible array of local and international talent this season, with most age groups catered for,” club president Ivan Carter said.

“Registration day will be the best time to get involved and register an early interest before the season starting in late March”.

For more details or to register interest, please contact Ivan Carter on 0422 605 953.

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Trentham cricketers’ enjoy big win over Barkers Creek

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The Trentham first eleven has continued its rich vein of form with a decisive win over top side Barkers Creek in the Castlemaine District A-Reserve cricket competition on Saturday.
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In very hot conditions at Barkers Creek, Trentham had many good contributors in firstly restricting Barkers Creek to a score of 135 then passing the target with only five wickets down and 13 overs to spare.

Barkers Creek began its innings well, with openers Renfrey and Fortune putting on 24 before Corey Pedley broke through. Barkers Creek struggled and was finally dismissed for 135 in the 35th over with top scorers K. Huntly making 36 and A. Mack 22. The stand-out performer for Trentham was Corey Pedley who finished with the fine figures of 4-23 off 8 overs.

The Trentham run chase began with an opening stand of 49 between Janaka Wijerathne and Sam Bruton. Janaka was the first to go after making 31 including seven boundaries. He was quickly followed by Harley Forgo who was LBW for a duck.

Sam Hewitt then took over the attacking role while he and Sam Bruton took the score to 90 before Hewitt was out caught for a quickfire 35. Sixteen runs later, Bruton was dismissed for 29. Luke Adams (1) followed quickly, making the score 5-106, but there were still plenty of overs remaining . Dolf Reid and Corey Pedley then peeled off the remaining runs, passing Barkers Creek’s score in the 27th over.

Trentham’s B-Grade side recorded a morale-boosting win against top-four side, Malmsbury, at home.

Batting first, Malmsbury looked set to make a score of well over 250 with openers E. Kosmac and B. McCarthy putting on a partnership of over 100 in the first 20 overs. But through some improved bowling and fielding, Trentham gained some control and Malmsbury finished with 5-217 from its allotted 40 overs.

Trentham’s run chase began slowly and with the score on 3-55 after the first 20 overs, 217 was looking like a bridge too far. But Paul Keane and Chris Boyer proceeded to flail a weakening attack for the next 10 overs, taking the score to 151.

Under some heat duress, Keane continued, with Alistair Thompson (26), to keep the runs coming at a good rate. Victory was achieved in the 39th over with Keane dismissed right at the end for a fine 81.

Next week, Trentham A-Reserve plays host to Campbells Creek in a two-day game and B-Grade plays away against Harcourt.

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Saputo reaches 81 per cent WCB stake

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SAPUTO has passed another milestone in its acquisition of Warrnambool Cheese and Butter (WCB).
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The Canadian processor has increased its holding to 81.4 per cent of the register, placing it in the position where acquisition of the 10 per cent owned by Japanese owned Lion would trigger compulsory sale of the remaining shares and delisting of WCB.

TIMELINE: Warrnambool Cheese and Butter bidding war

Saputo’s offer closes tomorrow evening, marking the end of the period when shareholders can accept its offer of $9.40 per share, increasing to $9.60 if it gains more than 90 per cent of the register.

Lion has stated that it has no intention of selling the 10 per cent stake which it bought in the middle of the bidding war to protect its cheese supply agreements with WCB.

Lion has stated that it has no intention of selling the 10 per cent stake which it bought in the middle of the bidding war to protect its cheese supply agreements with WCB.

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Monday night comp starts

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Sports Power Monday Night Competition
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The first round got underway last week. Division 1 only completed three of their four matches and last night will have played the first to five, tie break at four all to see if they can complete their matches by 10pm. Last week did see Andrew McPherson and Anthony Girdler win their sets getting 18 points, next getting 15 were Head Coach Gary Brenton and Ross Thomson.

In Division 2 Mark Rix and Jeremy Young won one set to get 16 games, followed by Richard Fox and Shane Kowald and Craig Miles and Liam Hare all on 15 games. In Division 3 Julie Girdler and Anthony Bailey won their three sets 7/6, 6/3, 6/2. Contact Craig on 0417 265 066, you would like to be a fill in.

Tuesday Ladies

Starts each Tuesday morning at 9am and wraps up at about 11:30am. The social morning is for all standards and all ages even for those players that have not played in years or would like to start tennis are very welcome. Mums with young ones are also welcome to come along as we offer a free babysitting service thanks to Alex and Michael. Morning tea is provided. $2 from every player goes to the Breast Cancer Foundation. For more information please ring Michael on 0477 038 744.

Adult Coaching Clinics Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Have commenced at 7pm and run until 8:30pm. The Adult squad sessions are aimed at giving an all round tennis experience. Each night will consist of match play, techniques, tactics and fitness. With two coaches on court they are designed for all standards and run for five weeks. The classes are filling fast so for for more information please ring Michael on 0477 038 744

Sports Power Thursday Night Competition

The Draw for this week is Djokovic v Print Gallery and Nadal v Murray and Wasted Nights v Williams. Last week Williams 36 defeated Nadal 16 and Print Gallery 30 just went down to Wasted Nights 32 and Murray 29 drew with Djokovic 29. Congratulations to Kim Harris, Daryl Messenger, Dave Lennard and Deidre Girdler winning all their sets. The competition is full but if you are interested in filling in please contact Brian Kirkland on 0421 845 570.

After School Group Coaching

The after school coaching programs at Howe Park resume this week and there are still spots available but bookings are essential. Classes run Monday through Friday. Please phone Michael on 0477 038 744 to book. 4pm – 4:45pm Beginners Hot Shots ages 3yrs – 10yrs. 4:45pm – 5:45pm Intermediate Hot Shots 10yrs – 16yrs.

Friday Junior Comp

Hunter Tennis Academy’s Friday Junior Competition brought many juniors down to the courts this week for tennis, we had the kids play matches on both the synthetic and natural grass. We would like to welcome some more newcomers, Jackson and Brock to the Friday comp and also thank Marisa and Danie Van Zyl for their help this week. We look forward to seeing all out students next week. For more information please ring Michael on 0477 038 744.

Saturday Social

A good roll up of players to keep two courts going all afternoon, some of the players there were Robyn Schmierer, Cassie Buckley, Heidi Stanford, Ross Thomson and Richard Fox.

Question? Who is the up and coming young coach who aced a Division 2 player twice, and on the second serve? And what’s the reason for all these new Babolat shoes, now on players feet? Answers? Next week’s Argus. Social tennis is played every Saturday from 1pm and all players and visitors are welcome.

HPTC Annual General Meeting

Will be held on Saturday, February 22 at 2pm at the Clubhouse. All members are encouraged to attend and have your say on how the Club is run.

Singleton Tennis

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