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Warm weekend for reborn Music Festival

Tuesday, 16 April, 2019

The new Majors Creek Festival, held on the weekend, was a resounding success in every way, according to organisers. While final figures are not yet in, gate takings and pre-paid ticket sales indicate that attendance numbers have far exceeded expectations. The festival committee have received nothing but praise for presenting a well-organised festival with something for everyone.
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Despite the heat on Saturday, people came in their droves and enjoyed the varied music program and markets. Many day visitors came from the local region and weekend camping space was at a premium.

Headline acts Kristina Olsen, Heath Cullen, Owen Campbell and Riogh were popular, as was the addition of the relaxing Lounge Stage complete with wine bar. The kids’ festival in the centre of the festival site, was perfectly placed for children and parents, who could keep an eye on their offspring and still enjoy the music from the Braidwood Community Bank Main Stage or Lounge.

‘Loved the new site…. Don’t change a thing’ was heard on more than one occasion. While there will be some minor tweaking to the festival site in future, the committee will take heed and change little. And yes, it will definitely be back next year!

The festival committee is grateful to the Braidwood/Majors Creek community – and the incredible team of volunteers – for supporting the rebirth of this popular event on the festival calendar.

A thermal imaging camera shows how warm it was on Sunday at the Majors Creek Festival. (Photo: Su Wild-River)

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Athletes to test themselves at Gala Day

Tuesday, 16 April, 2019

THE Glen Innes Little Athletics and Athletics clubs will hold their gala day at King George Oval on Sunday November 30.
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Events will kick off at 8:30am and juniors are still able to register for any events they want to enter if they are interested in competing by getting down to the oval prior to the start of events.

Leteisha Hope from Glen Innes Athletics said there will also be senior’s events for senior athletes or even for parents who would like to have a go at an event on the day.

“We have seniors as well, and the best thing is that seniors don’t have to be registered they can just do a trial membership if they want to, and that’s great for parents who may want to compete but may only go to one or two events with their kids to get out and have a go,”

“Juniors can still register on the day for $10 and they can enter as many events as they want.”

Hope said they are expecting a good turnout for the day with other clubs already showing interest in having athletes travel to town for the event.

“We usually get athletes from Woolgoolga, Armidale, and Inverell and we’ve had them come from as far as Narrabri to compete, but it just depends,” she said.

“We should get a fair few, we’ve had other clubs such as Inverell and Armidale already enquiring about events and wanting to get a schedule.”

The Glen Innes Athletics club is still open to registrations and has regular meets at King George Oval each Friday at 4pm.

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Rangers work hard

Tuesday, 16 April, 2019

DETERMINED: Ricky Clark on the mound for Gawler Rangers on Saturday.
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After losing badly to undefeated Henley & Grange the previous week, Gawler Rangers faced the same opponent away on Saturday in division three baseball and worked hard for a better result.

Instead of being shutout and hit-less, the Rangers managed to score three times and collected three hits, as well as seven walks.

And if it wasn’t for conceding five runs in the final inning, Gawler played competitive baseball against the premiership favourites.

Over the first three innings, Ricky Clark was solid on the mound, restricting the powerful Rams bats to just five earned runs, while relief pitcher Thomas Norley was effective early before getting in trouble in the final frame.

In the fourth inning the Rangers threatened to score, with back-to-back one-out hits from Shaun Clark and Paul Skelton, but both were left stranded.

Then led by Toby Ryan’s big hit and a bunch of walks, Gawler made an impact on the scoreboard with three runs in the fifth frame, to trail 8-3.

Interestingly, the Rams starting pitcher was former Adelaide Crows ruckman, and a junior baseballer, Rhett Biglands.

In conditions more suitable for ducks, the Rangers division four team went down 15-1 to Henley & Grange.

Chris Mayfield collected the side’s only hit, in the third inning, and scored on Rob Gill’s error-forcing infield hit.

The C grade’s game was not completed, with Gawler trailing 4-1 after two innings of play, Sean Flintoff picking up the only hit and run for the Rangers.

While the under 17s and under 15s had byes, Little League Minors went down 16-11 to East Torrens, with Kaleb McKenzie belting a long home run, and Little League Majors lost 16-8 to Henley & Grange, Morris O’Handley and Jayden Gill batting 1000.


Division Three

Henley & Grange 13 def Gawler Rangers 3.

Hits: Shaun Clark, Paul Skelton, Toby Ryan.

Division Four

Henley & Grange 15 def Gawler Rangers 1.

Hit: Chris Mayfield.

Division Seven

Gawler Rangers v Henley & Grange – washed out.


Under 17-2

Gawler Rangers had a bye.

Under 15-2

Gawler Rangers had a bye.

Little League Majors

Henley & Grange 16 def Gawler Rangers 8.

Hits: Morris O’Handley 2, Jayden Gill 2, Lachie Cunningham, Noah Okeil.

Little League Minors

East Torrens 16 def Gawler Rangers 11.

Hits: Kaleb McKenzie 2, Daniel O’Handley 2, Boyd Worden.

This week’s games:

Saturday – Division three v Glenelg at home, 3pm; Division four v Glenelg at home, 12.30pm; Division seven v Glenelg away, 12.30pm.

Sunday – Under 17-2 v GGCD away, 12.30pm; Under 15-2 v Southern Districts away, 3pm; Little League Majors v East Torrens away, 10am; Little League Minors v Henley & Grange Maroon away, 10am.

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Funding allocated to Castletown Quays

Tuesday, 16 April, 2019

Rehab: The foreshore along Castletown Quays will receive a face lift.A PROJECT to address environmental degradation along Castle town Quays has received funding from the state government.
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Funding for the Castletown Quays Rehabilitation Project is set to finalise a site plan and implement on-ground works.

The coastal rehabilitation project was among 29 awarded funding under the state government’s Coastwest and Coastal Management Plan Assistance programs, and received $38,088.

Member for the Mining and Pastoral Region Dave Grills said the funding would allow the local government and community-based groups to implement works to help sustain the region’s beautiful coastal zone.

“These grants provide groups the opportunity to continue taking action to preserve and protect areas of coastline facing environmental and human pressures,” Mr Grills said.

He said the area was deteriorating due to unmanaged use, wind erosion and weeds resulting in degradation of the dunes.

The project has been managed by the Shire of Esperance and Esperance Weed Action Group, with input from Esperance Nyungar Aboriginal Corporation, Castletown Primary School and a local residents group.

South Coast Natural Resource Management coastal-marine and water program leader Dylan Gleave said rehabilitation, weed control, fencing and signage for access were priorities along the Castletown foreshore.

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Two break and enters near Tallong

Tuesday, 16 April, 2019

Police from The Hume Local Area Command are appealing for public assistance as part of an investigation into two break and enters in Tallong.
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At some stage between 10.45am on 5pm on Sunday November 23, two properties, which run off the same fire trail on Caoura Road, were broken into and a number of items were stolen.

Detectives from The Hume Local Area Command have commenced an investigation into the robberies and are keen to speak to a man who was seen near the properties shortly before the robberies occurred.

He is described as being aged in his twenties, of medium height and build with light brown hair. He was seen driving an older model, white, mini tip-truck which had blue spray paint bordering the square headlights and a line of blue paint between the two lights.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to the robberies, or the man in the truck, to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://nsw.crimestoppers南京夜网.au/

Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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