Heat on the floor

NWBU. Condensation was not an issue in Tuesday night’s home clash against Somerset, as both Tall Timbers Smithton Saints’ sides fell instead to the better team. Smithton’s women looked to pull off a spirited comeback in the final term but fell agonisingly short to the tune of two points, while an enthralling men’s clash saw …

3 years ago

Close, but no hurrah

GNL. The Rocky Cape Tavern Smithton Saints suffered a narrow 2-1 home defeat to traditional rival City Marians on Saturday despite an authoritative second-half performance. A large, vocal home crowd was motivation for the Saints as they set about earning their second win for the season, however they found themselves defending desperately early in the …

3 years ago

Robins resurgence

CHHA. Robins beat Irishtown for the first time this season by 3-0, while Tigers’ unbeaten streak stretched to seven with a 5-1 win over Mustangs. Friday night saw Tigers’ Div 2 side take on Mustangs, with Tigers showing why they are sitting on top of the ladder through displays of outstanding teamwork, slick passing and the ability …

3 years ago
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Players settle in

CHFA. Scotchtown defeated Redpa by 38 points on Saturday to claim a third senior win as Irishtown became Forest-Stanley’s latest casualty in a four-game unbeaten run. The Demons’ emphatic 126-point win over the Canaries was their biggest to date this season, with free-flowing midfield play feeding continual chances to coach Matt Elliott and Peter Brown …

3 years ago

Heath expo inspires youth

Education. Six students from Smithton High School and Circular Head Christian School were given a glimpse into health careers at the Rural Clinical School in Burnie last Wednesday. Fourty-nine students attended the Year 10 Health Careers Program, which showcased the practical and generic skills that all care workers use when dealing with emergencies and patients. …

3 years ago

Safety first

Caution. It was a case of learning from peers as Circular Head Christian School’s junior students took part in a ‘Bike and Scooter Safety Day’ last Friday. Students rode around a course designed by the school’s grade five student leaders. The leaders also directed the traffic on the course and made sure everyone was riding …

3 years ago
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