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Perfect conditions bring out golfers

Wellington Golf Club was the place to be last Saturday with the course looking great under a perfect sky and didn’t the players come out to enjoy it. There was one visitor from Dubbo, Russell Gersbach.
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Can the last groups on the front and back nine holes please bring in the nearest the pin markers and longest drive markers as well as this would save a lot of time figuring out the winners for these events.

Last Saturday’s events were an individual stableford plus round three of the Kiss Trophy with Ian Manning kindly donating the prize to the winner.

This Saturday’s event is a 4Ball Aggregate Stableford with Tim Parker and Rod Pedron kindly donating the prizes to the winners.

Any member who would kindly like to sponsor one of the rounds of golf this year could they please let Allan know as this would be very much appreciated by the Wellington Golf Club.

Anybody wishing to advertise their business can do so at the Wellington Golf Club by getting their business name put on one of the tee markers. Just ring the Wellington Golf Club for any further information.

Wellington Golf Club memberships and shed fees are now due. Members and prospective members can now pay anytime they wish at the Wellington Golf Club.

Nominations for the Keirle’s Pharmacy Summer Competition are now open.

Can all teams wishing to play please write theire team names and players’ names on the sheet on the noticeboard, thank you.

Attention all male members you will only be allowed six months to keep balls in the ball book.

After six months they will be forfeited starting from this Saturday, so check to see how many balls are out of date now.

Winner from last Saturday’s individual stableford was Neil Hollow who had an absolute pearler of a day with 42pts.

Runner-up was Mitchell Cusack who put the cleaner through his Dad in the Kiss Trophy with 38pts.

Ball comp winners were Neil Hollow 42pts, Mitchell Cusack 38pts, Paul Hannelly 37pts, Josh Bullock 37pts, Trent Forrest 37pts, Russel Gersbach 37pts, Lewis McCarthy 35pts, Barry Jeffery 34pts.

The Ron Stubberfeild Toyota Terrific Tee Shot on the 3rd Norm Royal, on the 8th Gary Cusack, on the 14th Garth Watts, on the 16th Russell Gersbach.

McCarthy-Staggs Tiling nearest the pin in three shots on the 1st hole was taken out by John Donnelly easily.

McDonalds Biggest Whack in A Grade went to Russell Gersbach and in B Grade it was taken out by Neil Hollow.

Can those players that think they may have won a longest drive voucher please collect them as they are building up.

Results for round three of the Kiss Trophy saw Mitchell Cusack def Gary Cusack, Luke Brydon def Peter Payne, David Naveau def Brian Kiss, Wayne Lang def Brent Eather, Robert Baker def Kevin Athanasiou, Gary Holding def Mal Scott, Josh Bullock def Ben McCarthy, Neil Hollow def David East.

Quarter Finals of the Kiss Trophy must be played by the 21st of September.

Handicap changes from previous round are as follows, Mitchell Cusack 4 to 3, Paul Hannelly 15 to 14, Gary Holding 6 to 5, Neil Hollow 13 to 12, Peter Bryant 31 to 32, Peter Cornish 11 to 12, Peter Frappell 20 to 21, Kevin Reid 12 to 13, Jordan Stanley 10 to 11.

The Von Zipper best dressed golfer this week was Paul Hannelly who actually played the round with the sponsors so this may be the way to win this award.

Twin Rivers Printing Maurie Lay Memorial Clubman of the Year Trophy top 5 see`s David Naveau 1046pts, David Wilson 956pts, Peter Cornish 947pts, Peter Payne 933, Robert Baker 920pts.

Top 6 in the Barmen Trophy after 3 rounds see`s David Naveau 106pts, Peter Payne 105pts, Garth Watts 99pts, Tim Parker 96pts, Steven McCarroll and Geoff Walker 95pts.

A picture of Adam Scott winning the Masters and in his Green Jacket will have tickets for sale to take home this great prize very shortly; all monies raised will go towards the machinery fund.

Special mention for Gary McCarroll who had just bought a new phone for a nice price and got a little angry after a bad shot at golf only to whack his golf bag right where the new phone was, ouch that really had to hurt even more.

19th Hole

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Wild winds cause havoc in Ballarat

MEGA GALLERY: Wild winds lash Ballarat
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THE roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has been blown off, while most of the city is affected by power outages.

The CFA advice is to stay away from the showgrounds, with the roofingblown onto powerlines.

Wild weather causes havoc around Ballarat.

Emergency crews on scene in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Jeremy Bannister.

Police on scene in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

Police on scene in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

Police on scene in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

Police on scene in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

Emergency crews on scene in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Jeremy Bannister.

Emergency crews on scene in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Jeremy Bannister.

CFA crews in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

CFA crews in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

CFA crews in Howitt Street where part of the roof of the Ballarat Showgrounds has blown off. Picture: Lachlan Bence.

Powercor has 6400 customers currently affected across the Ballarat region. Power is expected to be restored by 7pm.

Ballarat police are directing traffic at intersections where traffic lights are down.

They have warned motorists to drive with care but say they’re not aware of any serious accidents.

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Inquiry recommends coal wagon cover up

A senate inquiry into the health impacts of poor air quality has recommended that coal wagons should be covered.
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The recommendation was one of several designed to minimise the risk to human health from poor air quality.

The committee, which had representatives from the Greens, Labor and Liberal parties, visited Newcastle in May.

Hildebrandt award finalist

Retired former Daily Liberal sports editor Barry Hildebrandt is a finalist in the Racing NSW Awards. The winner will be announced shortly. Mr Hildebrandt is a respected and popular racing fan and writer.
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Meanwhile the attention of racing fans this weekend is Narromine for their big Saddle Up Sunday meeting, eight races will be held with the first at 12.30pm.

Wellington next races on September 24.

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Gearing up for the Special Olympics

THE 2013 Special Olympics WA State Games are heading to Pinjarra in just two months with preparations ramping up for the big event.
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More than 200 people; athletes, carers and volunteers are expected to descend on the region for the three-day event from October 11-13 in the sports of athletics, aquatics, basketball, bocce, equestrian, golf, gymnastics, softball, ten-pin bowling, cricket and soccer.

Local softballers Matt Calkin and Kristy Baker said they were looking forward to some tough competition.

Baker, who only started in the sport this year, said it was Calkin who inspired her to play.

“It was Matt’s idea; I knew [the sport] was good when I saw Matt play and I wanted to play,” she said.

Calkin, who made the switch from golf to softball, will play as catcher for the side.

The softballers will play six games against competitors from across the country, with a team from Victoria heading west.

State manager Di Bruce said her team were currently looking for people to get involved in the 10-kilometre Olympic torch relay that will head from Sir Ross McLarty Oval in Pinjarra, out to Fairbridge Village on October 11.

There are 25 legs of the relay with the community already getting on board.

Pinjarra Senior High School students will make the relay torch.

A concert will be held on Friday night at Fairbridge Village, where some of the events will be held, with local musician and talent Jonny Taylor to appear.

Taylor is a major supporter of the Special Olympics and said the event would inspire him in future songs.

“I love being inspired; as far as song writing I can guarantee a song out of this,” he said.

The aim of the Games is to empower children and adults living with intellectual disabilities and are an opportunity for athletes to challenge themselves and improve their self-esteem, confidence and social skills.

Taylor said he was happy to donate his time to such a worthy cause.

“I am excited and roud to be donating my time and performing for these athletes and their families,” he said.

Taylor will be joined on the Friday night by a couple of other local artists from Mandurah.

The 2013 Special Olympics WA State Games will be held at various sporting sites across the region with the majority of matches to be held in Pinjarra.

Athletics will be held in Rockingham along with the ten-pin bowling.

Anyone wanting to get involved can contact Di Bruce on 9321 3207.

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CONFIDENT COWBOYS

The Cowboys have signalled they can win Saturday’s first grade Group 11 elimination semi-final against Dubbo Macquarie despite the loss of centre Aidan Ryan.
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Ryan was suspended for striking in last week’s final premiership round match against Narromine.

“Mad Dog (Aidan) will be a big loss because he really is what the Cowboys are about. But we have Paul Black back after an injury and there is real confidence in the camp,’’ captain-coach Justin Toomey White said.

Trent Forrest will take over the hooking role while Trent Osborne will become an impact player. Wellington’s recent patchy form doesn’t count well for them, Toomey White said.

“We haven’t been in the right frame of mind but the finals are a different matter and the boys are up for it. Our defence with 12 men last week was pretty good. It was a wake-up call against Narromine,’’ he said.

“We are revving up the fans to get to Kennard early to watch the reserve grade at midday. It should be a huge day,’’ he said.

The first grade side for Sundays match is :

1. Norm West 2. TJapukai Shaw3. Robbie Donn 4. Corey Ashby 5. Sam Coe 6.Steve Riley 7.Richard Peckham 8. Paul Black 9. Trent Forrest, 10. Ben McGregor 11. Justin Toomey-White c/c ,12. Kenny Everson, 13. Michael Peachey 14. Troy Osborne,15. Darren Dywer 16. Wade Hynch 17. Josh Stanley 18. Daniel Stanley 19. josh Fuller

Coach: Justin Toomey-White

Manager: Herb Smith

The Reserve Grade for the Group 11 Elimination semi final against Dubbo Macquarie is : 1. Sam Coe 2. Troy Peckham 3. Travis Hill 4. Anthony West 5. David Carriage 6. Josh Toomey 7. Thomas Fuller 8. Shane Peckham 9. Gregory Peckham 10. Robert Peckham 11. Josh Stanley 12. Darren Toomey 13. Billy Stanley 14. Nathan Riley 15. Keith Toomey

16. Daniel Burrows 17. David Eades 18. Blake Wheeler 19. Josh Fuller 20. Daniel Burrows Jnr

Confident Cowboys

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On the national stage

Two Boorowa Central School teams are preparing for the national Model United Nations Assembly competition that will be held at Old Parliament House this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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Coach Debra Eustace said team members have spent a lot of time ploughing through geography and history books, encyclopedias and the internet in preparation.

“I have been so proud of the students who have spent many lunchtimes and much of their holidays researching the 11 United Nations resolutions preparing 22 different sets of notes to debate from the points of view of their different countries,” she said.

Last July the students were honoured to be guests of the Turkish and Greek embassies in Canberra working with the ambassadors to help them prepare for this prestigious competition.

This is Boorowa Central School’s fifth time competing at Nationals levels however it is the first time two teams have represented it.

The Turkish team of Gabrielle Hewitt, Harmony Joe Mewburn and Jonathan Morgan is sponsored by Boorowa Rotary and the Greek team of Madeline Hanns and Kimberly Taylor is sponsored by Rotary Lake Burley Griffin.

The United Nations resolutions to be debated include conflicts in Africa, Syria and Israel, environmental concerns such as agricultural and food sustainability, climate change and new energies, robotics and war, women’s advocate Malala Yousafzai’s education resolution and self determination for French Polynesia.

The competition begins next Friday August 16 and continues until Sunday 1pm.

The weekend part of the event is open to the public and the teams would very much appreciate members of the Boorowa community coming to watch and give support.

The following website gives details about this event including a detailed program in the links on the left hand side of the homepage:

http://www.rotaryclubofcanberrasunrise.org.au/

Boorowa Central School Model United Nations Assembly representatives brush up on their history and geography. Left to right: Jonathan Morgan, Harmony Joe Mewburn, Gabrielle Hewitt, Kimberley Taylor and Madeline Hanns.

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Jobs turmoil

I arrived home last night from work just in time for the news and was intrigued to see we are having a gab fest on how to get some more jobs happening in the state. In principle it’s a good idea and I hope some good ideas come from it.
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I find it absolutely frustrating when one reflects on how we ended up with 21,000 people unemployed in this state and that it’s created an environment where the unelected minority can effectively call the shots and murder our hopes and dreams.

One only has to look at what has, and is, still happening to the timber industry and how it has been thrown to the wolves.

Earlier this week I heard of two more businesses closing their doors for the last time.

Both tried to hang on but couldn’t any longer.

On a brighter note, it’s heartening to see that the Tasmanian community has rallied in support of the mining industry.

I can only hope that the message might be getting through.

Congratulations Shree and Venture, thank you for hanging in there.

RICK GARDAM

Wynyard.

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Federal Election 2013: Coalition to target mobile black spots

This is a press release from sitting Berowra MP Phillip Ruddock.
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In areas of Berowra with patchy mobile coverage, the Coalition’s plan to target mobile black

spots is great news.

“For too long areas of Berowra have battled with calls dropping out or, even worse, no signal

at all.” said Mr Ruddock.

“The Rudd Government abolished the Coalition’s $2.4 billion Communications Fund, and neither Rudd nor Gillard have invested in expanding the mobile network.”

The Coalition’s Mobile Black Spot Programme will see $100 million invested to improve

mobile phone coverage.

$80 million will improve coverage along major transport routes and in small communities,

with another $20 million targeted at unique mobile coverage problems, such as areas with

high seasonal demand.

“For residents in places like Dangar Island, Brooklyn, Berowra Waters and Galston this is

great news” said Mr Ruddock.

“And I know they’re not the only ones affected. If you know of any other black spots in the area, please let me know”.

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Yeoval to take on Trangie

Yeoval’s picturesque rugby union ground will be packed tomorrow when its tough and gritty 15 face off against a reinvigorated Trangie in the ANFD Cup elimination semi.
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The winner will meet the loser of the Mudgee-Dubbo Rhinos qualifying semi-final.

Yeoval coach Bruce Lee says if the mistake rate drops he sees no reason why the virtually impenetrable record at home can’t continue.

“We’ve only lost once here this year to the minor premiers but we must clean up our ball control, fewer mistakes are required,’’ Mr Lees said.

Tomorrow’s clash will be in the forwards with long-time Eagles’ captain Nick Job urging his side on.

“Forget last week. We are ready for Trangie,’’ he said after going down to Coolah last week.

The semi-final begins at 3.15pm at Yeoval.

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