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Woman swallowed by Springvale sinkhole

Monday, 9 July, 2018

The sinkhole in the backyard of the Springvale South home. Photo: Nine News, via Twitter. The sinkhole in the backyard of the Springvale South home. Photo: Eddie Jim
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A woman has collapsed at her home just hours after being pulled from a three-metre deep sinkhole in Melbourne’s south-east on Tuesday.

Christina Beaumont, 52, was hanging out washing in the backyard of a friend’s house in Springvale South when the sinkhole opened up beneath her shortly after 11.30am.

She fell into deep underground water and was forced to tread water to prevent more mud collapsing around her.

The mother-of-six was trapped in the hole for more than 20 minutes before a neighbour heard her cries for help and called triple-0 about 12.10pm.

Firefighters used ropes to help Ms Beaumont climb out of the hole. She was rescued about 12.30pm.

Ms Beaumont’s daughter Melissa said her mother collapsed soon after returning home.

“After she had a shower she went white and…just collapsed,” Melissa said.

“The paramedics said she was in shock …

Ms Beaumont remained in hospital, undergoing tests, at 6pm.

Ambulance Victoria paramedic Stephanie Palamberis said Ms Beaumont landed in deep water when the ground suddenly beneath her collapsed.

“At one stage her head was under the water,” Ms Palamberis said.

“The woman told us she couldn’t touch the bottom of the hole, so was trying to swim and stay afloat to avoid the risk of further mud collapse.”

Country Fire Authority operations officer Paul Carrigg said Ms Beaumont was fortunate to escape serious physical injury.

“This was a very unusual incident,” he said.

“Fortunately the lady has escaped without injury, though she was obviously shaken up. She’s a very lucky lady.”

A spokeswoman for the Greater Dandenong City Council said the sinkhole formed on the site of an old well, which had not been properly filled in.

“It was an isolated incident on that particular property,” the spokeswoman said.

Neighbour Sophia Gagatsias said her husband was the first to hear Ms Beaumont’s screams.

“But he didn’t know where the voice [came] from because it’s a little hole where she fell,” the woman said.

“My husband looked over the fence…and then he called me.”

Ms Gagatsias she was still concerned for the woman, although she had not been seriously injured.

“I’m still in shock, still in panic, what about the good lady,” she said.

Ms Beaumont, who has two grandchildren, was at the Springvale South property to help an elderly friend with her cleaning and washing.

“She visits her once a fortnight to help her around the house,” Melissa said.

She said her family had been preparing to celebrate her younger sister’s 11th birthday on Tuesday night.

“Now we have to break the news to her about mum,” she said.

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Barossa and Gawler junior tennis

Monday, 9 July, 2018

ASSOCIATION TEAM: Back row, from left Joshua Zen, Bailey Walsh, Jessica Szulc, Kye Pagington, Riley Thorne, Daniel Wormald, Brodie Cormack, Curtis Wall, Lachlan Scott, Gabriella Barilla and Jayden Bloomfield. Middle row sitting, Airlie Tapscott, Zac Diekman, Hannah Hooper, Erin McLaughlin, Charlie Collins, Elivia Cormack, Chelsea Foubister, Imogen Donald, Nick Richardson, Breanna Done, Harry Wuttke, and Lachlin Smith. Front: Olivia Wuttke, Chris Hooper and Bryan Dickson.Port Pirie again proved too strong in the annual tennis associations challenge with the Barossa/Gawler associations.
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On Sunday, November 17, 32 age group juniors with their parents drove to Port Pirie for a day of competitive tennis.

Port Pirie won 41 sets to 23 sets.

The age groups were 16, 14, 12, 10s and under for both boys and girls. Every player had three matches, singles, doubles and mixed doubles, all to nine games. The challenge has been an annual event with Pirie having won 11 of the past 14 years.

The Barossa/Gawler associations combined for this event and three other major events for the summer.

They are Mildura on December 13 and 14, the country carnival in the second week of January and the Riverland in late Fenruary.

Results

10 and Under

Port Pirie 10 sets 97 games v Barossa & Gawler 6 sets 80 games.

Boys Doubles: T Hanlon, B Hanlon 1-9 v C Hooper, Z Diekman 0-7; K Phillipps, D Murphy 0-4 v J Bloomfield, B Dickson 1-9.

Girls Doubles: J Ganley, A Ferme 1-9 v E McLaughlin, O Wuttke 0-2; E Dunbar, T Tilbrook 1-9 v M Freer, A Tapscott 0-3.

Boys Singles: T Hanlon 0-3 v C Hooper 1-6; B Hanlon 1-6 v Z Diekman 0-1; K Phillipps 0-0 v J Bloomfield 1-6; D Murphy 1-6 v B Dickson 0-4.

Girls Singles: J Ganley 1-6 v E McLaughlin 0-3; A Ferme 0-4 v O Wuttke 1-6; E Dunbar 1-6 v M Freer 0-3; T Tilbrook 1-6 v A Tapscott 0-4.

Mixed Doubles: T Hanlon, J Ganley 0-5 v C Hooper, E McLaughlin 1-9; B Hanlon, A Ferme 1-9 v Z Diekman, O Wuttke 0-1; K Phillipps, E Dunbar 0-6 v J Bloomfield, M Freer 1-9; D Murphy, T Tilbrook 1-9 v B Dickson, A Tapscott 0-7.

12 and Under

Port Pirie 8 sets 92 games v Barossa & Gawler 8 sets 74 games.

Boys Doubles: J Wulf, M Cunningham 0-8 v H Wuttke, J Len 1-9 (T/B 9-7); K Freer, B Jebb 1-9 v L Smith, B Walsh 0-1.

Girls Doubles: C Oliphant, L Keain 0-7 v B Low, E Cormack 1-9; S Doyle, G Dunbar 0-5 v I Donald, H Hooper 1-9.

Boys Singles: J Wulf 1-6 v H Wuttke 0-1; M Cunningham 1-6 v J Len 0-1; K Freer 1-6 v L Smith 0-3; B Jebb 1-6 v B Walsh 0-1.

Girls Singles: C Oliphant 1-6 v B Low 0-2; L Keain 0-1 v E Cormack 1-6; S Doyle 0-3 v I Donald 1-6; G Dunbar 0-0 v H Hooper 1-6.

Mixed Doubles: J Wulf, C Oliphant 1-9 v H Wuttke, B Low 0-0; M Cunningham, L Keain 0-5 v J Len, E Cormack 1-9; K Freer, S Doyle 1-9 v L Smith, I Donald 0-2; B Jebb, G Dunbar 0-6 v B Walsh, H Hooper 1-9.

14 and Under

Port Pirie 10 sets 101 games v Barossa & Gawler 6 sets 75 games.

Boys Doubles: J Treasure, J Dickeson 1-9 v K Pagington, C Collins 0-3; B Treasure, K Elliott 1-9 v N Richardson, L Scott 0-4.

Girls Doubles: T Phillips, R Hunt 1-9 v B Done, M Mackrill 0-6; N Anastasiou, E Smith 0-8 v C Foubister, M Tubb 1-9.

Boys Singles: J Treasure 1-6 v K Pagington 0-0; J Dickeson 1-6 v C Collins 0-3; B Treasure 1-6 v N Richardson 0-2; K Elliott 0-4 v L Scott 1-6.

Girls Singles: T Phillips 0-4 v C Foubister 1-6; R Hunt 1-6 v M Mackrill 0-0; N Anastasiou 0-2 v B Done 1-6; E Smith 1-6 v M Tubb 0-3.

Mixed Doubles: J Treasure, T Phillips 0-5 v K Pagington, C Foubister 1-9; J Dickeson, R Hunt 1-9 v C Collins, M Mackrill 0-4; B Treasure, N Anastasiou 1-9 v N Richardson, B Done 0-5; K Elliott, E Smith 0-3 v L Scott, M Tubb 1-9.

16 and Under

Port Pirie 13 sets 108 games v Barossa & Gawler 3 sets 48 games.

Boys Doubles: A Oliphant, J Pruetisan 1-9 v D Wormald, B Cormack 0-3; Z Lydeamore, W Flink 1-9 v R Thorn, C Wall 0-1.

Girls Doubles: C Brooks, K Tilbrook 0-4 v J Szulc, J Lloyd 1-9; A Mead, M Dickeson 1-9 v G Barilla, A Ramke 0-2.

Boys Singles: A Oliphant 1-6 v D Wormald 0-0; J Pruetisan 1-6 v B Cormack 0-4; Z Lydeamore 0-4 v R Thorne 1-6; W Flink 1-6 v C Wall 0-2.

Girls Singles: C Brooks 0-1 v J Szulc 1-6; K Tilbrook 1-6 v J Lloyd 0-1; A Mead 1-6 v G Barilla 0-1; M Dickeson 1-6 v A Ramke 0-0.

Mixed Doubles: A Oliphant, C Brooks 1-9 v D Wormald, J Szulc 0-3; J Pruetisan, K Tilbrook 1-9 v B Cormack, J Lloyd 0-8 (T/B 7-2); Z Lydeamore, A Mead 1-9 v R Thorne, G Barilla 0-2; W Flink, M Dickeson 1-9 v C Wall, A Ranke 0-0.

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Student ‘motivated by sense of injustice’ over Frances Abbott scholarship

Monday, 9 July, 2018

The Sydney student who leaked information about a fashion school scholarship controversially awarded to the Prime Minister’s daughter will have no conviction recorded against her, with the magistrate finding she was “motivated by a sense of injustice”.
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Freya Rachael Sommerville Newman, 21, used her position as a part-time librarian at the Whitehouse Institute of Design to access information about the $60,000 director’s scholarship awarded to Frances Abbott in 2011.

Good behaviour bond: Freya Newman leaves court on Tuesday. Picture: AAP

Ms Newman pleaded guilty earlier this year to accessing restricted data. The offence carries a maximum penalty of two years’ jail.

On Tuesday at Downing Centre Local Court, Magistrate Teresa O’Sullivan imposed a two-year good behaviour bond on Ms Newman but elected not to record the conviction, meaning that Ms Newman will not have a permanent criminal record for the offence.

“I accept that Ms Newman was motivated by a sense of injustice rather than greed or personal gain,” Ms O’Sullivan told a courtroom packed with Ms Newman’s supporters and friends.

“While this helps explain the conduct it does not excuse it.”

Magistrate O’Sullivan found that Ms Newman was a person of good character who was involved in a number of charitable pursuits, and that she had suffered as a result of the very wide publicity given to the case.

The court heard the incident had had a significant impact on the young woman’s mental health.

Ms Newman had expressed contrition and remorse for her actions, and had refused to take part in any of the protests that followed the laying of charges against her.

The court also heard that Ms Newman was encouraged by more senior staff members at the Whitehouse Institute to log in to the student information system.

She then took screen shots of the information in the system and emailed two other institute employees, saying: ” … there’s a bit about Frances meeting with Leanne J, the CEO of Whitehouse Institute on February 21, 2011 and then receiving a Managing Director’s Scholarship three days later.”

Soon after, she sent another email saying: “Got ’em – might go meet Chris now to talk tactics, see you tomorrow.”

The police say this was a reference to Chris Graham, the editor and publisher of the New Matilda website, which published an article about Ms Abbott’s scholarship the following day.

Ms Newman, who is studying at the University of Technology, Sydney, resigned from Whitehouse straight away.

Magistrate O’Sullivan said that, while accessing private information was a significant concern in the community, Ms Newman’s crime was less serious then many other instances.

“For all the reasons stated, I find that this case is towards the lowest end of the scale,” she said.

“I do feel that there is a need for denunciation … but there are many mitigating factors.”

Ms Newman smiled with relief when the decision was handed down.

SMH

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Sophie puts up a good fight at national championships

Monday, 9 July, 2018

STRONG COMPETITOR: Sensei Sophie Courtney with her trophy haul from the Kumiai-Ryu Martial Arts System National Championships. Photo: CONTRIBUTED
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SOPHIE Courtney proved she was up to the standard at the recentKumiai-Ryu Martial Arts System National Championships.

The 13-year-old from Orange’s High Impact dojo claimed seven top-three finishes at the championships held in Lithgow.

The black belt won the 13-15 years forms and point contact and the open point contact, as well as finishing second in the 13-15 years point sparring, freestyle sparring, full contact sparring and open demonstration.

Courtney was also fourth in the open weapons.

The Orange dojo had eight representatives at the championships and they delivered excellent results.

Jett Mansell took out the under seven years point sparring and sumo.

Sam Golfin won the 11-12 years point sparring, was second in the continuous sparring and third in the kata.

Caleb Buerckner was second in the 11-12 years point sparring and third in the continuous sparring and sword.

In the 14-16 years point sparring, Melissa Fardell was third ahead of fourth-placed Kyle Fardell.

Melissa then took out the age division’s continuous sparring, with Kyle third.

Mitchell Anderson was competitive in the open events, winning the kata, and finishing second in the team kata and third in the weapons.

Orange also provided the youngest competitor at the championships, with five-year-old Sybella Wharton finishing fourth in the under sevens sword and sumo.

Orange’s Muay Thai competitor Triston Roach was also presented with a special award to recognise his commitment to Muay Thai competition.

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Victor Harbor celebrates White Ribbon Day 2014PHOTOS

Monday, 9 July, 2018

Victor Harbor celebrates White Ribbon Day 2014 | PHOTOS Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men. A sign recognising Encounter Bay domestic violence victim Graziella Daillér was displayed at the march.
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Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men. A sign recognising Encounter Bay domestic violence victim Graziella Daillér was displayed at the march.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men.

5MU Radio personality Ian Wright emceed the White Ribbon Day event at Warland Reserve.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men. A sign and images of recognising Encounter Bay domestic violence victim Graziella Daillér were displayed at the march.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men.

Dozens of people took to Victor Harbor’s main street on White Ribbon Day to show their support of ending violence against women by men.

Fleurieu Violence Against Women Collaborative chairperson Jess Stevens and deputy chairperson Leann Symonds show their support of ending violence against women by men.

Drew of Inman Valley and Chris Mitchell of Victor Harbor signed the pledge on White Ribbon Day.

City of Victor Harbor Graham Pathuis and Michelle James showed their support of ending violence against women by men at White Ribbon Day.

Superintendent Rob Williams, senior constable Andrew Bradley, City of Victor Harbor mayor Graham Philp and officer in charge Victor Harbor police station Ben Simmons, at the event at Warland Reserve.

Lew Saunders of Hayborough and Jason Willshire of Victor Harbor show their support of White Ribbon Day at the event.

Dr Moira Jenkins and her dog Mawson, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, at Grosvenor Gardens before the march started.

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Mount Rankin: fire burning in steep, inhospitable country

Monday, 9 July, 2018

HELPING HAND: A helicopter has been brought in to water bomb the fire burning near Mount Rankin. A FIRE burning on Briar Lane at Mount Rankin north of Bathurst is being brought under control thanks to the work of a helicopter water bombing from above.
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The fire broke out early Monday afternoon after a dry lightning storm passed over the region and ignited the one hectare blaze.

NSW Rural Fire Service group captain Maurice McMillen said the fire is burning in very steep, inhospitable country.

The burning area is inaccessible to fire trucks, and ground crews have had to walk to the area to mop up the blaze and ensure it is completely extinguished.

TOUGH WORK: Ground crews are working to mop up the fire, which started following a lightning strike on Monday.

An advice alert is still in place for this fire, with no immediate danger present.

A very high fire danger rating is in place for Bathurst and the Central Ranges for Tuesday and all burn permits have been suspended.

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Oliver urges Bloods to grasp opportunities

Monday, 9 July, 2018

LEADERS: South Bendigo Football Netball Club’s Steven Oliver, Mel Dillon, Marcus Goonan, senior captain Aaron Connaughton and Andrew Wild. Picture: GLENN DANIELSSouth Bendigo footy training: PHOTOS
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IN his return to the coaching fray at South Bendigo, Steven Oliver says there will be plenty of opportunities for many on the list in the 2015 season.

Oliver said the role at the Bloods will be one of the “biggest challenges” in his lengthy time in the Bendigo Football Netball League.

South’s seniors finished on the bottom of the ladder last season.

“For whatever reason the team under-performed last season,” Oliver said as he watched another workout at Spring Gully Oval.

“We go into next year with a couple of recruits already signed up, another eight or so we are talking to, and most of this year’s list staying on.”

Already signed is Darby Walsh, a half-back flanker or on-baller from Shepparton, while Brad Wright and Jayden Sheean return from White Hills and Inglewood respectively.

Another key recruit is playing assistant coach Marcus Goonan from Richmond Centrals in the Victorian Amateur Football Association.

Oliver said he had been impressed by the squad’s workrate at training sessions.

“The focus is on building a solid fitness base by doing ball work and competitive work.”

The BFNL goalkicking great from Castlemaine said there would not be a massive overhaul of the game plan.

“We want to play an attacking style of footy and encourage the players to take risks and challenge themselves to get out of the comfort zone and play safe or ultra-defensive.”

The Bloods gained Andrew Wild from Calivil to be under-18s coach.

After 15 seasons playing netball in the BFNL, Mel Dillon is now non-playing coach of the A-grade and A-reserve netball teams.

Dillon previously played at Kangaroo Flat and Strathfieldsaye Storm.

The 2014 season was her first at South Bendigo.

“We had a really positive year,” Dillon said of South’s play across five grades.

“To win four on the trot in A-grade was something the club had not done for a long time.

“The belief within the group just kept growing.”

Dillon said the key was to carry the momentum built in the second half of the 2014 season.

An active recruiting campaign has already netted mid-court player Laura Parkhill from Castlemaine.

Australian representative Bec Bulley will give tips at South’s special training session at the Queen Elizabeth Oval court on December 6. The session will run from 11.30am until 2.30pm.

South’s netball coaching panel is completed by Kiralee Beecham, B-grade; Kobi Warner, B-reserve; Alice Gow, under-17.

Lynley Strachan is technical advisor for netball.

Wild takes on coaching in the Bendigo FNL for the first time.

His association with Bloods’ legend Peter Tyack led to taking on the role as coach for the under-18s.

“I was encouraged by Peter to have a go at coaching South’s under-18 team,” Wild said.

“It’s a great opportunity.

“Our recruiting is going well.”

The new players include Wild’s son, Seb.

The Bloods kickoff their campaign in the Good Friday clash on April 3 at Eaglehawk’s Canterbury Park.

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Promising storms fail to deliver

Monday, 9 July, 2018

A PROMISING rain band which moved into the region on Sunday has failed to provide significant relief for the majority of local farmers, with lower than anticipated totals falling.
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Reader Shane Wilson captured this amazing photograph of a recent Gunnedah storm.

Widespread thunderstorms were forecast for the north-west slopes and plains over the past few days, with hopes more than 25mm of rain would drench the region.

Instead the scattered storms delivered a top of 15mm at Mullaley, 11mm at Curlewis, 9mm at Gunnedah, 7.2mm at Premer and 5mm at Boggabri.

There is a high chance of thunderstorms continuing today however, with a 60 per cent chance of rain tomorrow.

The weather front did deliver cooler temperatures to Gunnedah residents, dropping from a high of 42.3 degrees Celsius on Sunday to a top of 30 degrees today.

Temperatures are forecast to remain in the low 30s for the rest of this week.

Wildlife carers have asked Gunnedah people to put out bowls of water for koalas during the hot weather, but to make sure they are away from dogs’ bowls.

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Golf round up

Monday, 9 July, 2018

Tanunda Golf
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Saturday stableford competition.

Individual overall net: A Andersen 42, J Snowden 41, D House 40, P Sellar 39, D Lane 38, K Owen 38, J Robins, S Escritt, N Moore all 36, J Rankine 35, T George 35, R Casey, M Campbell, R Escritt, B Ward (Mt Osmond), S Fechner, F Blackwell, B Veevers, A Ayres all 34, J Phillips 33, T Waters 33, M Woodrow, P Sumner, B Grocke, R Butler, J Sonntag all 32, T Saegenschnitter, R Bray (Mt Osmond), R O’Callaghan, S Rawlinson, C Coleman, B Hage, J Gooden all 31, M Bahnisch, S Hallett, P Stacey, C Fechner, C Mullett all 30, P Othams, LC Mackenzie, S Henschke, D Hemsley all 29, L Montfort, P Henschke, P Schultz, J Marsden all 28, T Morrison 27, D Cock 26, S Blackwell 25, R Newstead 25, T Jenkins 24, G Greenfield, T Schmaal, A Sylvester all 23, A Henschke 15, B Owen 13.

Individual GA net – A grade: J Robins 36, M Campbell, S Fechner, B Veevers, A Ayres all 34, J Phillips 33, B Grocke 32, R O’Callaghan, S Rawlinson, C Coleman all 31, LC Mackenzie 29, T Jenkins 24.

Individual GA net – B grade: P Sellar 39, D Lane 38, K Owen 38, S Escritt 36, R Casey 34, R Escritt 34, M Woodrow 32 P Sumner 32, B Hage 31, J Gooden 31, M Bahnisch, P Stacey, C Fechner all 30, P Schultz 28, S Blackwell 25, G Greenfield 23.

Individual GA net – C grade: J Snowden 41, D House 40, N Moore 36, T George 35, B Ward (Mt Osmond) 34, T Waters 33, R Butler 32, J Sonntag 32, T Saegenschnitter 31, R Bray (Mt Osmond) 31, S Hallett 30, C Mullett 30, P Othams, S Henschke, D Hemsley all 29, J Marsden 28, T Morrison 27, D Cock 26, T Schmaal 23, A Sylvester 23, A Henschke 15, B Owen 13.

Individual WGA overall net: A Andersen 42, J Rankine 35, F Blackwell 34, L Montfort 28, P Henschke 28, R Newstead 25.

Mt Pleasant Golf

Women’s stroke – Beth Wright Trophy: C Zerk 72, J Jaensch 76 c/b, R Vincent 76, H Bulis 84.

Gawler Golf

Saturday par competition winner J Fowler +7.

A grade: J Fowler +7, S McGregor +5 c/b, S Jeffery +5.

B grade: I Monro +2 c/b, R Hall +2 c/b, P Pogas +2.

C grade: R Kilmier +1 c/b, P Trenorden +1, A Trout even.

Ladies: K Korber +3.

Competition ball: K Morse +4, P Heffernan +3, J Palmer +2, J Williams +2, C Sullivan-Brook, J Wozniak, R Taverner, R Kilmier, F Stallbom, G Chillingworth all +1.

NTP 4th D Poysden (Criterion Hotel); 6th J Van Dommele (Kingsford Hotel); 11th D Weatherley (Goddard Meat).

Birdie balls: 6th J Van Dommele, 11th T Hancock, 4th T Milics, 11th G Chillingworth, 11th D Weatherley, 4th J Smits (guest – Henk’s brother), 4th F Stallbom, 6th K Korber, 11th C Bartholomew.

Sunday competition: T Holt 41.

NTP 4th C Bartholomew (Gawler Golf); 6th S Francas (Brayden Golf).

Birdie balls: 6th S Francas, 11th T Holt.

Midweek competition: K Richards 40, P Symes 37 c/b.

Thursday stableford competition: G Frew 41, T Bow 40, J Wozniak 39, P Heffernan, A Kopania, J Fowler, P Roach all 36.

NTP 4th T Bow (St Kilda Hotel); 11th P Heffernan (Fasta Pasta).

Birdie balls: 2nd A Jeffery, 4th P Roach.

Tom Bow – hole-in-one 4th.

Barossa Golf

Saturday stableford competition: A grade G Barber 41, r/u J O’Connell 40; B grade A Gardner 41, r/u J Biggins 40; C grade G Maxted 39, r/u D Oats 37.

A grade (14 players): D McDonnell 37, D Brook 36, R Higgins 34.

B grade (25 players): K Turnbull 38, M George, T Chiverton, P Cox, R Thiele all 36.

C grade (27 players): C Linden 37, B Noack, C Campbell, J Harris all 36, E Planthaber 35.

Ladies competition winner T Love 38, M MacGillivray 34.

NTP 3rd C Linden; 4th 2nd shot P Steele; 6th R Harcourt; 10th J O’Connell; 12th S Miller; 17th S Kurtz.

Long drives: A grade S Siegele; B grade S Bini; C grade R Wood; Ladies M MacGillivray.

Midweek stroke competition winner P Cox 70, r/u A Maynard 71.

Ball winners: J Raynor, K Turnbull, P Temme all 73, A Smith 75, P Von Der Borch 76.

NTP 6th B Perry; 15th P Von Der Borch.

4BBB: A Maynard, A Smith 43.

Kapunda Golf

Last weekend saw the very popular Dark Side Classic (formerly the Mick & Mick) pairs ambrose comp held at Royal Kapunda.

The sponsors, as always, provided a fantastic array of prizes where nearly half the field of 62 took something home.

The weather threatened to ruin the occasion with a bit of thunder and lightning around the place but it managed to go around all day to remain perfectly warm conditions.

There were a couple of star billing pairs in the mix and it was a magnificent 10 under 63 from Shaun Noack and Dick Nairn that eventually won the day. They didn’t have it all their own way with the result coming down to a countback with the left and right handed pairing of Bert Pearce and Joe Ryan who shot a 67 to also finish with a nett score of 61.25.

The husband & wife combination of the “Kiwis”, Wayne andDib, once again combined well on the golf course to end up with a par round and just a quarter of a shot behind.

Big hitting pair Jarad Hughes and Daniel Archy shot a great 8 under to finish in third place just ahead of Lindeblad andScheer and then the captain andvice captain, Dave andMarty.

The winners of the all female team were Tine Perry and Jan Owen with a 72.75.

All in all there was some magnificent golf played on the day and it turned out to be another successful “Classic”. It was fantastic to see a good number of visitors out on the course enjoying excellent golfing conditions.

It was unfortunate that Kapunda had to forfeit its first pennant round last week against Mt Pleasant but this week is the second round to be played against the Clare team at Gawler. We will need to win both remaining matches convincingly to make the finals.

For the last day of November those playing back at home will be playing a par comp for the Jim & Wendy Wilson Trophy.

Teed Off.

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Jessica Fox named athlete of year

Monday, 9 July, 2018

Jessica Fox. Photo: NSW Institute of Sport/Getty Images.Jessica Fox was named female athlete of the year at the 2014 NSW Institute of Sport Awards, held at the Australian Turf Club on November 20.
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It’s been a history-making year for the Blaxland High School graduate and 2012 Olympian, who now lives in Leonay.

Fox won the women’s C1 and K1 gold medals at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships, becoming the first female paddler to triumph in both disciplines at the same senior world championships.

She achieved the same feat at the U23 world championships held at Penrith Whitewater Stadium earlier in the year.

Fox said she was humbled to be acknowledged by the NSWIS and paid tribute to the fantastic team behind her.

“I’d like to say thank you for this award and recognition, it’s a real honour,” Fox said from a training camp in Europe.

“This year has been fantastic and to achieve the double world championship title was a dream come true. I’ve been really fortunate to have an amazing support network here at the NSWIS with my coaches and teammates who make training so much fun every day,” she said.

“Congratulations to all the other finalists and award winners.”

Australian wheelchair rugby player Ryley Batt, from Port Macquarie, was named NSW male athlete of the year, regional athlete of the year and team athlete of the year.

NSWIS CEO Charles Turner said Fox and Batt thoroughly deserved their accolades.

“What Ryley and Jessica have achieved in 2014 is nothing short of sensational and the reward for many months of hard work and sacrifice here at the NSWIS,” he said.

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