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Season under way

NWBU. The Smithton Saints are making an impact in the North West Basketball League Under 22 season. Playing competitively in both home and away games, the Saints look to a strong second half of the roster. The season started with a round one home game for the Saints, hosting the Ulverstone Hoppers. A competitive affair, …

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Competitive carnivals

Netball. The Smithton Saints have shone brightly on the court with stellar performances these past weekends. Circular Head Netball Association teams travelled to represent the region at the recent Devon and Burnie netball association carnivals. Players were struck by shocking conditions last weekend at the Devon tournament in Devonport however it was a different experience …

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National leaders on the court

Basketball. Smithton Basketball Club players Jett Grey, Emerson Wells and Sophie Furphy have represented the state at the Australian Junior Championships in the Under 16 division.  Competing on the national stage for a fourth time, Emerson and Jett stepped up to represent the teams as vice captains while Sophie made her third national appearance.  The …

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Contests on the court

Roster. Circular Head Netball Association is producing skilled, determined and resilient young players. The Smithton Saints represent the region in the Burnie Netball Association, taking on the best of the best along the coast. Five teams travel to Burnie every Saturday for the competition. The teams are two rounds in and set to play round …

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Paige in history

Achievement. Forest Stanley Football Club’s Paige Hursey was recently awarded the Under 17 Best and Fairest title in a history-making moment. In her second year of football, Paige is the first female in a male dominated competition to take out the club award – and is thought to be the first in the country to …

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Premiership troubles

HNW. The Smithton Saints were hit hard in the Hockey North West Grand Final on Friday. Both the Under 16 and Under 13 teams played a competitive season to register a place in the premiership match against Devonport and Burnie Baptist respectively. The Under 13 team of William Dixon, Cooper Mallinson, Bailey Gray, Damon Joyce, …

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Golden gloves up

Boxing. A Commonwealth Games event is coming to Circular Head.  The Circular Head Golden Gloves Classic will take place next weekend, a spectacle not to be missed.  The inaugural event brings boxing to the centre stage for one night of up to 20 bouts, featuring four local athletes along with state and interstate professional boxers.  …

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Saints’ Grand Final goals

Hockey. The Smithton Saints Under 13 and Under 16 teams are preparing for the Hockey North West Grand Final. In its first season of the competition, the Under 13 team of William Dixon, Cooper Mallinson, Bailey Gray, Damon Joyce, William Dwyer, Maddison Charles, Sophie Buckby, Brayden Hine, Clare Wright, Ben Edwards, Aiden Kingston, Gabbie Spinks, …

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Family’s big tally

Football. The French family – father Michael and sons Marcus, Kirk and Shaun – have made it into the Scotchtown Football Club record books. Notching more than 200 club games each, the family is believed to be the first to achieve such a milestone in both club and Circular Head Football Association history. All four …

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Robins, Tigers victory

CHHA. In both divisions of the Circular Head Hockey Association Grand Final, Robins and Tigers fought for the title.  The action started swiftly as Division Three launched Saturday’s proceedings.  Andy Crole scored within two minutes of the game for Tigers though it did not take long for Robins to reply as Jenny Poke drew the …

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