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Golden golf

Tournament. With the sea breeze blowing over the banks of the golf course, Stanley’s premier events will tee off from next week. The Stanley Golf Club and Stanley Veterans Golf Group will host the region’s most coveted competitions in the coming weeks. The veterans club will hold the WT House Betta Home Living Annual Tournament …

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Stellar start

BCL. The Burnie Cricket League is back with the Forest Stanley Demons and Smithton Stars taking on the competition. The Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons finished the 2017-18 A Grade season with a premiership victory while Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars secured only one win and one washed out draw to finish at the bottom …

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Netball. Saints back on track

Circular Head Netball Association teams are back in the Burnie Netball Association after a five week break in the roster. Round four of the school-aged competition was played at the end of September following a washed out third round. The Grade 3/4 team started proceedings against St Brigid’s Catholic School. The Smithton Saints worked as …

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Bowls. Saints second place

The Smithton Saints have started the Bowls North West season strongly with the Mixed Division Two team sitting in second place on the ladder after two games. Playing East Devonport last Saturday, Trevor Bryant, Robbie Innes, Rodney O’Halloran and Terry Auld finished with a 15 shot victory to be the only undefeated rink. The Mixed …

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BCL. Century  performances

Two locals smashed out centuries in round three of the Burnie Cricket League on Saturday. Damon Smith of the Tall Timbers Forest Stanley Demons and Aaron Tuxworth of Perry’s Quality Meats Smithton Stars scored the honours. In the A Grade action, Forest Stanley travelled to meet Myalla where the visiting team took the bat in …

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TRY the fun

Event. The Women’s TRY-athlon and Fun Run encourages a balanced lifestyle among friends. Why not give it a try? Running – and swimming and cycling for that matter – since 2015, the event aims to motivate women to step out of their comfort zone and try something new. This year’s event will be held on …

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Season stopper 

NWBU. The Tall Timbers Smithton Saints ended the North West Basketball Union Under 22 season with a thrilling home game on Friday.  As the Saints men and women finished the season sixth and seventh on the ladder respectively, Smithton forfeited a finals appearance but had spectators out of their seats in the final match.  Taking …

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Athletics. Try out track, field

The Circular Head Little Athletics season is set to start this weekend. Open to all ages, there is Tiny Tots for children aged three to five, Little Athletics for children aged six to 15 and a senior program for those aged 16 and over. Participants can check out the programs for free, for two weeks …

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C’mon, let’s play cricket

T20. Girls, step up to the stumps. Circular Head is looking to level the playing field with a new team to take on the competition. A representative team from the region will take part in a Cricket North West women’s tournament next year. Across two days, Sunday February 10 and Sunday February 24, Circular Head …

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Bowling for the win

Representative. Holly Huisman represented the state at the 49th Australian Indoor Bias Bowls Champions in Caloundra, Queensland in August. The 14-year-old earned the state’s runner up title earlier this year to qualify for the national event. “As I was going into the competition I knew there was one game I wouldn’t go well in,” she …

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