Tigers take on Grand Final 

CHHA. Tigers have claimed the first of the Circular Head Hockey Association Grand Final places.  Both the Division Two and Division Three sides earned victories in the Semi Final to secure a clean passage to the premiership match.  Irishtown challenged Tigers in Div Two on Saturday, and as per previous meetings, a close contest ensued.  The …

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East defeat

NWFL. In the second last round of the North West Football League on Saturday, East Devonport defeated the Greenham Tasmania Circular Head Giants.  East Devonport led throughout the four quarters to finish on 11.7.73. Meanwhile, Jordan Lockett, Damien Medwin and Damon Smith were multiple goal kickers for Circular Head, contributing to the  9.10.64 final score.  …

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Saints reclaim cup

GNL. The Tall Timbers Smithton Saints women claimed the Vicky Bennett Memorial Cup during Greater Northern League proceedings against Devonport in Smithton on Saturday.  In a tightly contested match, Smithton set out to win back the title from Devonport.  The Saints demonstrated a united side, strong in defence and offence led by Abbey House and …

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Montagu camping concerns

Discussion. An increase in rates at Montagu Park Recreation Reserve has caused controversy for Circular Head Council. A public meeting was held in Smithton on Monday to address concerms from community members. Locals and regular visitors to the region filled the council chamber for the impromptu meeting. The council currently leases the site for a …

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Rags to relief

Support. Circular Head has contributed to an incredible fundraising effort of $30,000. Last week, Treasure Chest delivered 100 vouchers from Woolworths in Smithton to the New South Wales drought appeal, valued at $300 each. The donation is only the second time the opportunity shop has donated its profits to a cause outside of Circular Head, …

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Healthy, happy minds

Education. Forest Primary School students will tell you how important it is to eat a rainbow of fresh fruits and vegetables. Grade one and two students recently took part in Woolworths’ Fresh Food Kids Discovery Tour to learn about the produce process from paddock to plate. Touring the aisles, students found out about seasonal fruits …

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Creativity is key

Inspiration. Australian author Isobelle Carmody believes creativity is exercise for the imagination. “Feel the joy in writing and in drawing,” she says. “Obey the topic but let your mind wander, let it flow its natural course.” The award winning author was in Circular Head last week as part of the Middle Years Project, visiting Smithton, …

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Open up to ideas

Experience. A retreat for budding writers has unlocked ideas in local students. As part of the Middle Years Project students in the Circular Head Cluster of Schools were invited to apply for a week-long camp at Camp Banksia in Port Sorell. The cluster encompasses Smithton, Stanley, Forest, Edith Creek, and Redpa primary schools as well …

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Final round action

CHHA. The end of the Circular Head Hockey Association season brought a mixed bag of results. On Saturday in Division Three, Irishtown and Mustangs went head to head. Katelyn Cramer and Ara Popowski supported their respective teams to top the voting alongside Bianca West and Paige Ferguson for Irishtown and Tei Popowski and Demmi Popowski for …

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Tigers roar into finals

CHFA. Scotchtown quashed Redpa’s prospects of a Circular Head Football Association Grand Final in the first semi played in Stanley on Saturday. The Tigers defeated the Redlegs in both the Seniors and Reserves to progress to the Preliminary Final next weekend. Redpa’s Under 14 and Under 17 sides remain in finals contention as the teams …

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