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Bowled over with positivity at season launch

Bowled over with positivity at season launch

The Circular Head Community Bank Cricket Club held their season launch last Friday night at the Bridge Hotel Smithton. More than 60 players, supporters, families and sponsors packed out the dining room to acknowledge the newly formed club’s U12, U14, and Senior A-Reserve addition to various cricket north west competitions. Club President Iain Bruce welcomed everyone along and extended his...
Tallies, Hurseys shine at THA awards

Tallies, Hurseys shine at THA awards

The quality and diversity of Tasmania’s hospitality sector was on full display last week as the industry celebrated the annual Tasmanian Hospitality Association (THA) Awards for Excellence. Around 550 hospitality representatives and dignitaries gathered the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, to see the winners announced across 38 categories compromising the state’s best cafes, restaurants,...
Organ Pipes find new home

Organ Pipes find new home

As the newly refurbished Uniting Church Community Hub officially opened on October 17, the decision on where to preserve the Church’s iconic Organ Pipes has been made as they have been donated to the Circular Head Heritage Centre. The earliest record of Methodist activity at Smithton dates back to 1907 with the first meetings of worship held in a potato shed, however the construction of a...
Gloves are on in Leongatha

Gloves are on in Leongatha

The Circular Head Boxing Club headed to the Corner Inlet Boxing Club in Leongatha on the weekend, with three boxers competing the Corner Inlet Cup 5, Regional Boxing Series, after a number of minor setbacks at local level. Jotham Saward, Tyler Collins, and Zeik Naughton faced each their opponents in 3x2 minute rounds, with Saward competing in the 75kg Youth Division, Collins in the 60kg Youth...
U22s Suffer Nail-Biting Loss

U22s Suffer Nail-Biting Loss

The Smithton Saints Mens U22s Basketball side have suffered their first loss in the first match of their season, losing to Wynyard by just three points. The new-look team was led by new captain Jett Grey who scored 23 points. The Womens side took the first win of their season due to a forfeit by Wynyard.   Read more of this story and more in the September 27 edition of the Chronicle.
Hockey Awards Night

Hockey Awards Night

The Smithton Saints Hockey Club have held their annual awards night, with two club stalwarts, Andrew Hine and Leah House named as life members for their continued service to the club. Amanda House was also the recipient of the Dennis Bennet Memorial Club Person for 2023.   Read more about this story in the September 27 edition of the Chronicle.

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