Technical difficulties sees no A grade mens hockey

20-01-2019 by admin

Despite there being no A grade mens hockey games last week due to technical difficulties with the lights, there was plenty of action in the other grades.
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In A grade women, Cellar Crows defeated Rovers Cubs 2-0 on the back of a strong defensive performance.

Cubs probably had more attacking opportunities throughout the match, but a superb defensive performance by Debbie Brown and goalkeeper Lilli-Rae Campbell kept them scoreless.

Cellars made the most of their opportunities in the circle, scoring through Lyndal Matthews and Hollie Jones.

Best for Cellars were Debbie Brown, Hollie Jones and Lilli-Rae Campbell.

Youngsters Georgia Kearney and Georgia Huppatz were impressive for Cubs.

A hat-trick to striker Peta Fagan ensured a Middleton victory over Magpies.

Middleton won the match 3-2 with Fagan unstoppable in the circle.

Jacqui Simpson and Syann Allen scored for Magpies.

Peta Fagan and Olivia Noakes were best for Middleton with Amelia Tanswell, Syann Allen and Janelle Thompson strong for Magpies.

Magpies Academy were far too strong for Cellar Crows in B grade men, winning their match 6-0 in a clinical performance.

Jason Wright (2), Glenn Johnstone, Koby Johnstone, Jackson Hay and Royce Simpson were the goal scorers in an energetic performance by the young Academy side.

Koby Johnstone, Wright and Hay all stood out for Magpies with Reed Cavallaro and Mark Green the best for Cellars.

Middleton and Magpies Black played out a very close match with Middleton eventual 1-0 winners.

Barry Reeves scored a great goal for his side in a hard fought victory.

Middleton were best served by Barry Reeves with Michael Somers, Liam Wakefield and Harrison Byrnes strong for Magpies.

Magpies White defeated Rovers Gorillas 5-2.

Peter Yelland (2), Jared Carty, Will Tanswell and Jayden Pusteria scored for Magpies with Simon Scott and Declan Daley scoring for Rovers.

Jared Carty, Andrew Finn, Sam Carty and Riley Swan performed well for Magpies with Simon Scott and Jack Westcott best for Rovers.

Middleton Maroon defeated Magpies Black 2-1 in a close contest in the B grade womens competition.

Tanya Batt and Tracie Sams scored for Middleton with Abigail Simpson scoring for Magpies.

Cherie Simpson, Amber Brown, Louise O’Leary and Ineke McLuckie were strong for Middleton with Lori Ross and Abigail Simpson the best for Magpies.

Rovers Black continued with their good start to the season, defeating Rovers Gold 2-0.

Goals to Carla Peden and Cass Ward were enough to ensure a Black victory.

Maggie Wright, Georgia Kearney, Ellie Macaulay and Sandra Tildsley were best for Black with Naomi Bolt and M’Lissa Ross best for Gold.

Star Budgies defeated Marist 2-0 in a tight match.

Emily James and Jenna Evans scored nice goals to give Budgies the victory.

Carmen Amor and Maddison Thomson were best for Budgies with Justine Morrissey, Leanne Miles and Kelly Westcott strong for Marist.

Middleton Pink defeated Cellar Crows Black 2-0 in a strong performance.

Sue McGrath and Jordan Fagan scored goals on the back of some excellent team build up.

Sue McGrath, Jordan Fagan and Chloe Drabsch were in excellent form for Middleton with Natalie Kelly, Erika McNaughton and Michelle Yeo the best for Cellars.

This week’s draw is as follows:

Thursday, May 19

A GRADE MEN

6:20pm – Men’s Masters v Cellar Crows (Control: Rovers Gold; Umpires: Aaron Huppatz and Matthew Job).

7:40pm – Rovers Gold v Star Budgies (Control: Men’s Masters; Umpires: Graeme Thompson and Graeme Tanswell).

Friday, May 20

A GRADE WOMEN

6:20pm – Rovers Cubs v Middleton (Control: Magpies; Umpires: Craig Kelly and Nicole Knox).

7:40pm – Magpies v Cellar Crows (Control: Rovers Cubs; Umpires: Tamara Fagan and Donna Payne).

Saturday, May 21

B GRADE MEN

4:10pm – Cellar Crows v Magpies Black (Control: Rovers Gorillas; Umpires: Barry Reeves and Matt Welsh).

5:20pm – Middleton v Magpies White (Control: Cellar Crows; Umpires: Craig Kelly and Paul Townsend).

6:30pm – Rovers Gorillas v Magpies Academy (Control: Middleton; Umpires: Cooper Byrnes and Daryn Tanswell).

Sunday, May 22

B GRADE WOMEN

10am – Rovers Black v Cellar Crows (Control: Middleton Eagles; Umpires: Carleton Magill and Aaron Huppatz).

11:10am – Star Budgies v Rovers Gold (Control: Rovers Black; Umpires: Mandy Westcott and Kieran Deland).

12:20pm – Middleton Eagles v Marist (Control: Star Budgies; Umpires: Megan Hornery and Aaron Wright).

1:30pm – Middleton Pink v Magpies Black (Control: Middleton Maroon; Umpires: Shelley Bishop and Daryn Tanswell).

2:40pm – Middleton Maroon v Magpies White (Control: Middleton Pink; Umpires: Tamara Fagan and Kyle Thompson).

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Illawarra bring down Jets to claim top

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Nikita Woods hits a long ball. Picture: ROBERT PEETThe Illawarra Stingrays surged to the top of the competition with an 8-3 thrashing of the Emerging Jets on Sunday.
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In their only game on WIN Stadium this season, the Rays put on an attacking masterclass to maintain theirunbeaten record in 2016.

Erica Halloway was outstanding scoring a double while Jordan Baker came off the bench to nab herself a brace.Matildas’ Michelle Heyman and Caitlin Cooper both scored goals before being substituted in the second half and Michelle Carney and Lucy Nolan also cashed in.

Illawarra had led 4-3 at the break after a free flowing first half which saw Lucy Kell (twice) and Clare Wheeler score for the Jets.

The Rays tightened up at the back in the second stanza and stormed clear for an impressive win.

Stingrays coach Earle Canvin was impressed with his team’s improved defensive display after the break followingsome shaky moments in the first.

“Weare young and when they make a mistake they put their heads down instead of moving on with it.The second half we were a lot better and didn’t concede,” he said.

The win helped Illawarra jump clear into first on the ladder with 14 competition points.

It leaves them one point clear of Sydney University and a further point ahead of Macarthur and North West Sydney Koalas.They’ll meet all three of those clubs in the next three weeks, starting with the Rams this weekend.

“We have Macarthur next week which is a huge game for us to see where we are at,” Canvin said.

“With the Matildas campaign now, the girls will miss a few more games than what we would have thought. We will try to manage them and also keeping our girls confident as well.So far, touch wood, we are going OK.”

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Golfing young gun Schmidt continues to impress

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David Dickinson, Casey Schmidt, Larry Friend and Keith Thistlethwaite with their trophies at the Horsham Golf Club Championships. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDTEENAGER Casey Schmidt has continued his rise up the Horsham golfing ranks with victory in theHorsham Golf Club Championships A Grade section.
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The 18-year-oldquicklytookan early five-shot lead ahead of fellow golfer JoshDossett during the finals on Sunday.

Schmidt continued his good form to extend his lead to eightshots over RodGillin.

However it had all changed bythe eighth hole, as Gillin had managed to make up the deficit.

Gillin and Schmidt sat equal as they approachedthe ninth tee.

Schmidt stood strong on the ninth and put himself two shots clear of his rival.

Gillin hit two shots within eight feet of the hole, while Schmidtchipped in from about four feet.

At the final hole, Gillin was the first to put and made birdie.Schmidt faced atricky four-foot putt across a slope, but was good enough to get the win.

Horsham Golf Club captain David Dickinson said Schmidt handled the shot calmly.

“He was under a lot of pressure for that one shot,but he remained poised,” he said.

“It’s a wonderful victory considering he’d given up that eight-shot lead.”

Larry Friend won the B Grade title after a sudden death play-off.KeithThistlethwaite won the C Grade title, whileDickinson took home the intermediate title.

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Griffith representative netball teams on song

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TOO GOOD: The Griffith under 17s representative netball side were too hot to handle at the Albury Representative Carnival. Picture: Supplied
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The Griffith under 17s representative netball side had another successful dayin Albury on Sunday.

In the regular rounds of the Albury Representative Carnival, the side finished on top of the ladder with 26 points after an undefeated run.

The netballers defeated Doncaster, Wodonga, Hume Gold, Leeton, Mansfield and Yarrawonga and drew with Albury Blue.

In the finals, they met Yarrawonga first up.

Griffith stepped onto the court and showcased an impressive four quarters of netball.

Great ball skills were backed up byclear clean drives, tight defence across the whole court and brilliant shooting.

The dominant performance saw the girlsbeat Yarrawonga15-2.

This saw the side through to the grand final againstAlbury Blue, whoproved to be more than worthy opponents.

Once again, the sides couldn’t be split for the majority of the match.

With seconds to go, the scores were level beforeDeonye Fyffe stepped up to the plate.

Fyffe sunk the shot on the buzzer to give Griffith a one-goal win.

The coaches were incredibly satisfied with the team’s improvement and their resolve under pressure.

The younger players, Jessie Brown, Hannah Tong, Eloise Star and Sasha Blumerhave all developed a hunger for the ball thanks to the older girls who have helped at every turn.

The mix of players seems to be just right and the 17s are combining beautifully and have the potential to go to the next level.

WINNERS: Coach Carlene Stevenson (back, left), Emma Woolnough, Noel Barone-Schoots, Lily-Belle Misoloi, Jaimee Lewis, Macy Spencer, assistant coach Adele Stinson, Abbey Young (front, left), Amber Lightfoot, Grace Leeds and Lucy Preston. Picture: Supplied

The under 15s were also in Albury.

The girls started off with great intensity and continued playing like this for all theround robin games.

The side notched up seven wins from seven games to move through to the finals.

They disposed of Doncaster before meeting Albury in the final.

Another dominant display followed as Griffith won 18-5.

Three new girls joined the team this year and have effortlessly made the transition into the side.

The centre court players worked extremely hard to bring the ball down the court to the shooters on the back of some stellar defensive efforts.

Both coachesare proud of how the girls played at the carnival.

In other news, Renae Larkin was appointed captain of the Riverina Football Netball League representativenetball side.

Pictured (not in order):Deonye Fyffe, Jessie Brown, Hannah Tong, Eloise Star, Sasha Blumer, Emilie Quinn, Bayleigh Hogan, Abbey Josling, Renae Larkin.

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New nbn satellite broadband services launch for Calare

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An artist’s impression of the Sky Muster satellite. Residents living in regional and rural areas in Calare can now connect to affordable, high-speed broadband with the launch of services on nbn’s Sky Muster satellite network.
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Federal Member for Calare, John Cobb has welcomed the official launch of nbn’s commercial Sky Muster satellite broadband service.

“This is great news for around 11,468 households and businesses in Calare that are unable to connect to the fixed wireless or fixed line who live in geographically challenging parts of the electorate,” Mr Cobb said.

Offering download speeds of up to 25 Megabits per second (Mbps) and upload speeds of up to 5 Mbps, the Sky Muster service will provide a faster online experience for users living in regional and remote areas.

“The remoteness of our continent and its islands is no longer a barrier to broadband connectivity thanks to nbn’s Sky Muster,” Mr Cobb said.

Equal priority will be given to new customers and current nbn Interim Satellite Service users migrating to Sky Muster.

Around 5,000 users per month will be connected in the early months of the rollout before scaling up to 10,000 installations per month later this year.

More than 600 installers have been fully trained and are forecast to reach on average one to two premises per day due to safety considerations and extended travelling times involved in each installation.

A variety of different broadband plans are available from providers and pricing compares favourably with current international and local commercial satellite and mobile internet plans.

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