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Circular Head Colts kickstart new season

CNW. The Circular Head Colts Under 13 and Under 17 sides began the Cricket North West season on Sunday. Playing a home game, Circular Head Colts met with Ulverstone Black for the round one encounters. In the Under 17 action, the Colts won the toss to bat first and find a total of 9/133. Jake …

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Interest in Edith Creek

MG. The National Union of Workers assistant branch secretary Godfrey Moase has confirmed Murray Goulburn Co-operative is in talks for the sale of its Edith Creek facility. Mr Moase said Tas Asia Dairy and Dutch Mill have indicated their interest in the facility which is set for closure on November 30. “That is my understanding,” he …

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Talking about the signs

Awareness. The service clubs of Circular Head are joining in supporting victims of domestic violence. An event will be held later this month to raise awareness and provide support to community members. Gerard Blizzard of the Rotary Club of Smithton says the evening will inform community members of ways to detect if friends or family …

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Vying for T20 cup

BCL. Two half century performances settled a Burnie Cricket League Twenty20 victory for Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars. In the first of three rounds, Smithton met with Natone at Wivenhoe last Thursday for a twilight affair. As Smithton Stars bowled the first 20 overs, coach Brent Burgess and Sean Ryan each put in four over …

11 months ago 0

Twilight games

CHCA. The Circular Head Cricket Association has begun the  campaign. In round one played in Smithton last Thursday, the twilight games resulted in victories to Irishtown and Forest Stanley. Batting first, Irishtown opener Paul Nichols (0) failed to find momentum before Zaryn Monson (13), Shaun Hammond (29), Matthew Febey (48) and Isaac Perry (38) provided the …

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All Stars’ silver medal glory

Hockey. Circular Head All Stars starred throughout the Australian Masters Games late last month earning a silver medal. Featuring locals Craig Dwyer, Andrew Hine, Thornton Bergman, Nigel Kingston, Jason Berechree, Shaun Kingston, Elliott Mainwaring, Scott van Norden, Matthew Lester, Ben Grey, Darren Charles, former locals Michael Cute and Jason Lynch, as well as ring-ins Derrick …

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Region well represented

Sport. More than 30 locals over the age of 30 participated in the Australian Masters Games held across the north west coast late last month. They were among more than 5000 people from across the state, country and abroad who competed at the event open to anyone meeting the qualifying age. Circular Head entered a …

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Devils prove worth

Netball. Circular Head Devils returned from the Australian Masters Games silver medalists. The netball events were hosted by Devon Netball Association in Spreyton late last month where Circular Head recorded five victories throughout the eight-game competition. The local Devils featured players Kristen Johnson, Abbie Poke, Rhonda Odgers, Sharni Pearce, Jessie Eberhardt, Alice Nibbs, April Jackson, …

11 months ago 0

Cup green a dream

Golf. The Stanley Golf Club attracted an array of amateur and experienced golfers to its premiere event at the weekend. The WT House Betta Home Living Nut Cup and Stanley Cabin and Tourist Park four-ball-best-ball enticed players from across the state to vie for the coveted title. Following three days of competition, Smithton Golf Club …

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Bus route

Infrastructure. Smithton High School has received approval to construct a new bus route and exchange zone. A link road will connect Mill Road and Fenton Street behind the northern side of the Montagu Road campus. Circular Head Council will install a slip lane and divert the footpath on Montagu Road to avoid congestion for vehicles turning …

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