Nut-hing like this

Event. Stanley Golf Club officials are preparing for a hive of activity this week as they place the finishing touches on major events for the year. The 77th annual Clark Windows Nut Cup is set to draw more than 100 golfers – both local and from across Tasmania – to Stanley’s scenic golf course, with …

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Mixed results early

Bowls. Smithton Bowls Club is yielding varied results in the opening weeks of the Men’s and Ladies’ 2014/15 pennant competitions. After kicking off on October 4, the Men’s four Saturday fixtures have seen Smithton’s Division 3 side leading the pack with three wins and one loss; club secretary Sonny Quilliam describing the run as “one …

4 years ago

Multi-sport immersion

Activity. Grade 3/4 students from state schools across Circular Head combined on Monday to challenge themselves in a variety of sports at the Smithton Recreation Ground. Organised by Circular Head State Schools Sports Association, students tried their hand at volleyball, cricket, soccer, basketball and touch football throughout the day, with modified games providing a focus …

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Colts claim maiden win

CNW. A mid-innings bowling comeback helped the Circular Head Cowbiz Colts to a 10-run win over Devonport Orions in their first Twenty20 match of the season. Defending a total of just over 100, the U/17 side restricted their opposition to 24 runs in the space of 10 overs, taking five wickets in the process and …

4 years ago

Winning combination?

Preview. Former Wynyard player Scott “Soupy” Blizzard has returned home to coach the recently merged Trowutta-Combine Cricket Club barely a year into its existence. Just over 12 months ago, Trowutta and Combine cricket clubs faced player shortages at training, merging to form a new entity with the aim of maintaining a four-club league in Circular …

4 years ago

Whale skull relocated

The five-metre long skull of the dead sperm whale that washed ashore Seven Mile Beach in December is now sitting in the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, after it was moved and transported by the Australian Defence Force Army Reserves last weekend. Photo courtesy of TMAG.

4 years ago

Wat a ride, brother

Charity. Smithton’s Jarrod Watling said almost tripling his ‘K’s 4 Cancer’ fundraising goal was “a massive surprise” as the progressive total was revealed on Friday night. Jarrod and older brother Jason returned to a warm welcome at a presentation dinner, raising $26,600 for Cancer Council Tasmania following a week-long charity bike ride across Tasmania. On …

4 years ago
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Ice forum

Discussion. A community drug forum is set for Friday night, with notable speakers arriving in Smithton for the session. Drugs have been at the forefront of conversations of late, following recent media coverage. While some people have expressed concerns about what the coverage is doing to Circular Head’s image, Rural Health’s Robert Waterman sees it …

4 years ago

Athletics success

Carnival. Two junior athletes are in line to represent Tasmania after posting winning results in a state-wide carnival at the weekend. Smithton’s Charli Kay, 10, and Imogen Wigg, 12, represented St Peter Chanel Catholic School at the Tasmanian Primary and Secondary All Schools Track and Field Championships, competing in the 10 and 12-year categories respectively. …

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