Woolley and Grey’s day

CHHA. Tigers’ 7-0 win over Mustangs on Saturday marked 10 games without a loss for the ladder leaders, still yet to be beaten in 2015. Led by in-form goal scorers Camilla Woolley and Irene “Squirt” Grey, who both scored two on the day to sit as the division’s leaders, Tigers had six in the back …

3 years ago

Split round ahead

CHF26A. Irishtown will take on Scotchtown at home in the newly conceived split round this weekend after both Seniors sides suffered losses in round seven. Redpa responded to their previous round’s defeat in the best way possible on Saturday, pleasing the home supporters with a convincing 44-point win over the Tigers to temporarily lift themselves …

3 years ago

Track and field champ

Athletics. Imogen Wigg’s first year of high school is proving successful with the 13-year-old named Marist Regional College’s grade seven track champion and field champion. The teen received first place honours in the 100 metres and 800m, second in the 200m and 1500, and third in the 400m. In the field events, she claimed first …

3 years ago
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Great escape

NWJFL. Smithton’s U/14s survived a slight hiccup to defeat Wynyard by 12 points on Sunday, while the U/16s fell to strong opposition by 151 points. The Saints U/14s started well by kicking three goals in the first five minutes, playing an eye-catching brand of football by undertaking all of the one-percentage efforts. However the side …

3 years ago

Lend a life, Cats?

NWFL. Both the Greenham Tasmania Smithton Saints’ senior and reserve teams were outclassed by Wynyard at home on Saturday, while the U/18s grabbed a crucial nine-point win. Taking on a team 12 points above them on the ladder in the first match of the day, Robbie Coates’ U/18 side got off to the better start …

3 years ago

Top three dreams

Hockey. Smithton’s U16s put in a strong performance at home to consolidate third position on the ladder, with four wins and two losses before the bye next week. Playing City Marians, Smithton dominated play from the start with Sam Porteus-Smith scoring the first goal and then setting up the second as he took the ball …

3 years ago

Low temps, losses 

GNL. The Rocky Cape Tavern Smithton Saints’ men were brought undone by South Burnie at home on Saturday, while the women also lost at Launceston. The chance to play in front of a home crowd and fine weather on top of a win last week had the Saints’ men feeling confident as the Hawks made …

3 years ago
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Roadshow reaches Smithton

Event. The Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture is bringing the TIA Roadshow 2015 to Smithton next week, and the agricultural community is invited to attend. The event replaces TIA’s annual showcase, and this year travels to regional districts around Tasmania. Held at Tall Timbers, ‘Advancing Agri-Food Production through Technology’ is the theme of the night, which …

3 years ago

Re: Swimming Pool

I read where the ratepayers have the opportunity to vote on what to do with the swimming pool (‘Pool progress’, Chronicle Wednesday June 3). I, along with other ratepayers, ask the council: what if the survey comes back that the municipality needs a new pool? Does that mean that the plans and site for the …

3 years ago

Library opening times

Hours. Smithton LINC’s opening hours will change from Monday July 13, for both the library and online access centre. From Monday to Thursday, the Nelson Street service will open at 10am and close at 5pm. On Fridays, from 10am to 5.30pm. The change is said is to make for more consistent opening times across the week.

3 years ago