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Kate is a 10-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier cross. Despite her age, she still has a spring in her step and is an affectionate and beautifully natured girl. She costs $110. To view all animals available at the Wollondilly Animal Shelter visit wollondilly.nsw.gov419论坛 or call 4677 1144.This week
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■Wednesday, September 16: Camden Library Ladies meeting, 10am-noon, Camden Library. Guest speaker Emily Smith from Ontrac, Camden, on What is exercise physiology and how can you benefit?, cost $5, including morning tea. Details, RSVP: Bettina, 0458 270 291.

■Wednesday, September 16: Camden Hospital Auxiliary meeting, 10.30am. Details: Helen, 4655 9114 or Pauline, 4657 2123.

■Wednesday, September 16: Lions Club of Narellan meeting, 7pm, Studley Park Golf Club. Guest speaker Sandra McDonald from Beautiful Minds. Details: Danny, 0417 676 815.

■Wednesday, September 16: Facesnplaces Singles Social Club Inc meeting, 7.30pm, Wests Leagues Leumeah. Details: Linda, 9605 7074 or 0408 052 443.

■Thursday, September 17: St Vincent De Paul Society Highlands Area Spring Fashion Parade, 1.30pm, Mittagong shop, Bowral Road. Wide range of designer label clothes, shoes, handbags, hats and jewellery. Cost $4 on entry, includes afternoon tea. Details: Glenn Bailey, 4871 1922.

■Thursday, September 17: Beautiful Minds mental health support stall with baby goods, bargain jewellery, condiments, clothing, books and giftware, Campbelltown Hospital foyer. Details: 0401 615 365.

■Friday, September 18: Brand New Day Female Services monthly Women’s Circle, 10am-noon, Oran Park Town Community Rooms. Cost $5 includes morning tea. ‘Once upon a time we were all little’ activity. Details: [email protected]论坛, 0467 629 942.

■Friday, September 18: Christian Reformed Church of Macarthur seminar, Refugees — Getting the balance between justice and mercy with speaker Greg Lake, former director of Nauru and Christmas Island detention centres, 7.30pm-9pm, corner Cobbitty and Northern roads, Cobbitty. Details: Terry, 0425 233 269.

■Sunday, September 20: The Fellowship of Australian Writers Macarthur meets for fellowship, encouragement and discussion, 1pm-4pm, Jade Room, Campbelltown RSL Club. Details: Margot, 4626 2424.

■Sunday, September 20: Wollondilly People’s Praise concert, 2.30pm, St Mark’s Anglican Church, Picton. Guest artists Campbelltown City Baptist Church choir and pipe organist Russell Littlefair. Details: 0423 640 307.

■Monday, September 21: Macarthur Astronomical Forum with guest speaker Professor Geraint Lewis, 7.30pm, Building 30, UWS Campbelltown. Details: President Tony Law, [email protected]论坛.

■Monday, September 21: Campbelltown Hospital Auxiliary monthly meeting, 1pm, seminar room, Campbelltown Hospital. New members welcome. Details: 9820 9320.

■Tuesday, September 22: Highlands Hub school holidays circus workshop, 10am-1pm, 205 Old Hume Hwy, Mittagong. Details: 9542 7344.

■Tuesday, September 22: Cyber Seekers Computer Club for Seniors annual general meeting, 10.30am, Campbelltown Catholic Club. Seeking volunteers and students to join club, all welcome. Details: 4628 0484.

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Pilossof takes up the challenge of executive officer’s role at Racing Orange

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NEW FACE: Racing Orange executive officer Gavin Pilossof says he’s hoping to help build the sport at Towac Park. Photo: NICK McGRATH 0910nmrace2RACING
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FROM Zimbabwe to Orange – it’s the long way around, but new Racing Orange executive officer Gavin Pilossofsays he’s thrilled about his latest challenge at Towac Park.

After a tough 2014-15 season, Pilossof has been handling the resurgence of the city’s thoroughbreds for the last month and, already, the home of racing in Orange is looking vastly different as the Towac Park track receives a well overdue upgrade and work on tidying the grandstand facilities continues.

Pilossof has been in Australia for 18 months, and he and his family moved to Orange to be closer to his sister.

With an enviable background in the horse racing business – he’s been involved with thoroughbreds since the age of seven, has helped his father own, train and breed horses and was the head handicapper in Zimbabwe, as well as the audit manager of the turf club – immersing himself in Racing Orange seemed a logical career choice.

“We’re loving it being in Australia so far,” Pilossof said.

“I think it’s a beautiful place.”

He said reinvigorating the Racing Orange scene was goal number one for the new management.

“We want to get the function side of things going; more corporate events out here,” Pilossof said. “Once all of this is done that’s what we’ll target … more race meetings and getting more trainers working from here.

“With Orange being fairly central in the Central West, we see there being a big opportunity here for trainers.”

Currently at the Towac Park stables Michael Plummer, Brad Draper, Alison Smith, Becky Byrne, Lee Van Den Bos, Don Oakley, Debra Sharpe, Brian Buckley, Peter Cornish and John Langworthy work at the Orange facility.

Roughly, that translates to about 40 horses in work.

“We’ve got enough capacity here for close to 150 horses,” Pilossof said.

“That’s a target we want to reach.”

Racing Orange’s first TAB meeting of the spring season is on Friday, October 2.

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Preparation is the key

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paintFAIL to prepare and you prepare to fail.
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Nowhere is this maxim more true than when it comes to painting.

So if the time has come to paint at your place, here are a few tips to ensure the job goes as smoothly as possible.

The first thing to do is save yourself the frustration of having to step over furniture.

Clear the room or furniture as well as curtains and blinds, and you will also have a clear psychological space to work in.

Light fittings should be covered and or taped to protect them from paint. Ditto for power points and light switches.

Put down a cloth drop sheet.

Good preparation is the first step to ensure a smooth finish.

Give the walls a good wash with sugar soap as this will ensure any marks, dirt or grease not only won’t show through but won’t cause the new paint to peel or bubble.

Small imperfections on the bottom layer will look a lot bigger by the time the top coat goes on.

Take the time to fill any cracks or gouges and sand them back.

Then prime or undercoat as needed.

Cut-in with a brush or applicator pad then paint the rest of the area with a roller. When it comes to ceilings, roll the paint on in manageable strips and roll towards the main source of natural light.

If you plan to paint the cornice in the same colour, work on that first.

When it comes to walls start in a corner and paint in sections from top to bottom.

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Bureau talks on weather data service

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Picture: PAUL CARRACHERA NEW Bureau of Meteorology supercomputer and how it can help Wimmera farmers will be the focus of an information session in Horsham.
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Wimmera Development Association will host a weather services information seminar with bureau staff on Wednesday night.

Association project officer Mark Fletcher said the session would update people on new technology the bureau used in weather forecasting and reporting, including an overview of Japanesegeostationary weather satellite theHimawari 8.

“The session ismainly forfarmers, but anyone is welcome to come along,” he said.

“The bureau’sacting regional director for VictoriaTed Williams andbusiness development managerTom Butcher will discuss a new supercomputer the group is using for better modelling and forecasting.

“They are alsogoing to discuss advances withseasonalforecasting.The biggest thing about it is that they arelooking to get more information out there about improvements inforecasting with new technologies that are available.”

Mr Fletcher said two weather workshops would follow on Thursday.

“We have invited regional leaders in agriculture to get together to workshop building on a business case we have put through in the past to improve real-time weather forecasting in the region,” he said.

Wimmera Development Association started a campaign for an upgraded Wimmera weather radar in 2013.

Mr Fletcher said the campaign was progressing.“The biggestthing that we need to focus on now isthe economic benefits and impacts of having thatgood-qualityinformation available,” he said.

“If we don’t have it, it is costly.

“If chemicals are being applied to crops at an incorrect time, for example, that can damagecrops.It’s all aboutgetting everything lined up to get the best out of crops we put into theground.”

Mr Fletcher said there was no doubt it had been a challenging growingseason so far.

“Thefeedback I’m getting is fairly mixed,” he said.

“The impacts across the region are quite different from one area to the next, and the amount of rain has differed quite a bit. In some areas it has come at the right time.

“Itwill be interesting to see how season unfolds. It has a lot to do with thedifferent soil types in our area.

“Everyone is hoping for a bit more moisture.”

Mr Fletcher said the weather session would run from 7pm to 9pm at the Federation University auditorium in Horsham.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Mr Fletcher asked people to RSVP by [email protected]论坛 or by calling 5381 6505.

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Leadership change ‘a resounding message’

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Liberal Party candidate for Hume Angus Taylor. Photo suppliedHUME MP Angus Taylor says the Liberal Party’s change of leaders is “a resounding message … about the Coalition’s determination to defeat Labor at the next Federal election”.
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Mr Taylor said the Liberals would unite behind Malcolm Turnbull both as leader and new Prime Minister.

“I have a firm policy about not commenting on party room matters,” Mr Taylor said in a written statement.

“But I acknowledge there is a range of views about the leadership change.

“I urge all supporters to unite behind the clear aim of securing an emphatic win at the next election and continuing to rebuild the nation.”

By a vote of 54 to 44, Mr Turnbull took the Liberal leadership from Tony Abbott on Monday night.

Mr Turnbull’s running mate, Julie Bishop, retained the deputy leadership by a vote of 70 to 30, defeating Mr Abbott’s offsider, Kevin Andrews.

Of a possible 102 votes, three ministers were absent from the leader’s ballot and one vote was informal; one minister arrived to join the deputy’s ballot, in which no informal votes were cast.

On becoming Prime Minister-designate, Mr Turnbull said he would be a more consultative party leader.

“To be a successful leader, you have to bring people with you by respecting their intelligence,” Mr Turnbull said.

Former federal Liberal leader John Hewson said Mr Abbott had lost the trust of the Australian people, “but I think politics generally has lost the trust of the Australian people.”

Speaking before the ballot as a guest on ABC’s Q&A panel, Mr Hewson said both sides of politics today were “on the nose, as far as the electorate is concerned”.

“You’re forced to make a choice between the lesser of two evils. When you’ve made your choice, you have to live with the evil of two lessers,” Mr Hewson said.

Calling on first-hand experience of another forced leadership ballot, Mr Hewson described a spill as a “pretty disarming and destroying process”.

“In the end you’ve got to respect the decision of your colleagues … If you can’t govern yourselves, you can’t govern your country. Disunity is death in politics.”

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Planned burns for Murray Goldfields district

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The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Parks Victoria andCFA advise that planned burning will be carried out in the following areas on Wednesday,16Septemberto Friday, 18 September, weather conditions permitting:
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Maldon Heaps: 1 hectare burns, several piles of debris, Maldon Township at SthGerman Pond, Maldon Long Gully, Forest Creek, Chokem Flat, Caledonia GullyChewton – Steele St: 12 hectare fuel reduction burn, Chewton TownshipSmoke may also be visible from burn offs from private property across the region.

Smoke may be visible in the following locations as well as from surrounding areas:

MaldonChewton, CastlemaineDELWP, Parks Victoria and CFA are doing more planned burning to reduce the risk ofbushfire to people, property and communities. You may be affected by smoke from theseplanned burns.

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Labor calls for Illawarra job focus

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CONCERNED: Member for Cunningham Sharon Bird and Throsby MP Stephen Jones fear the government has forgotten about the Illawarra’s jobs crisis amid the Liberal leadership change. Picture: ROBERT PEETILLAWARRA Labor MPs say thegovernment is sobusy“fighting over their own jobs” theyhaveforgotten about saving the steel industry and helping stemthe region’s jobs crisis.
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Member for Cunningham Sharon Bird and Throsby MP Stephen Jonespenned an open letter, airing their concerns, to then Prime MinisterTony Abbott two weeks ago.

The MPs didn’treceivea reply prior to Mr Abbott’s ousting on Monday nightand will write to new Prime MinisterMalcolm Turnbull.

“They’ve changed the leader, but they haven’t changed the direction of the government,” Mr Jones said.

Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane convened crisis talksabout the region’s economyand the viability ofBlueScope Steel’s Port Kembla steelworks in Wollongong on September 7.

“Our region can’t tolerate delay in taking action on those matters,”Ms Birdsaid.

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Ex-Kinross quick Rogers stars with bat and ball against Western Zone

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SPEED TO BURN: Former Kinross tearaway Sandy Rogers led his Eastern Suburbs side to an easy win against Western Zone last weekend. Photo: PETE GUTHRIECRICKET
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FORMER Kinross quick Sandy Rogers, along with all-rounder Daniel Magin, inspired Eastern Suburbs to an easy 155-run victory in last Saturday’s pre-season match against Western Zone at Cowra’s Twigg Oval.

Rogers blasted a quick-fire 22 not out in his side’s innings of 8-265, which Magin top scored in with 69 not out and was the pick of Easts’ bowlers in snaring 3-15 from his five overs as Western Zone slumped to just 110 in reply.

Rogers got rid of Young’s Nick Berry (12), Bathurst’s Josh Toole (1) and Dubbo’s Stu Naden (0) as his side routed Western – Mudgee’s Will Lindsay (28 not out) was the only one who provided any real resistance.

“It was great that [Easts] even came out, we’re very lucky and very appreciative that they made the trip,” Berry, Western’s skipper, said.

“I think our bowling was good, and Will Lindsay was about it with the bat.

“It’s just about batting time, seeing it through and getting on top.”

“At times we had to work really hard, it just goes to show if it wasn’t for Daniel Magin at the end we could have been really struggling,” said Easts coach Michael Bevan, a former Australian Test and One-Day International star.

“Three or four batters looked comfortable and in control and those three or four did the job today.”

Bowling first, Western was on top early, with Cowra’s Jacob McNaught (2-38) and Dubbo’s Tim Berry (2-19) bowling well to leave Easts struggling at 6-150.

Enter Magin.

The hard-hitting right-hander pummelled his 69 not out in a short space of time to inspire Easts to a respectable total, before he and new-ball partner Tas Yazdani dismissed Parkes’ Anthony Heraghty (10) and Dubbo’s Ryan Medley (2) respectively to start Western’s collapse.

Outside Lindsay, Mitch Bower’s 14 from first drop was the best performance from a Western batsman as the side was bundled out in just 33 overs.

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Firefighters deployed to protect Schofields home under threat

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RFS and Fire and RescueNSW units weredeployed to Schofields, to protect a home under threat from fire on Sunday.
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A Fire & Rescue NSW spokesman said they responded to atriple-0 report of a grass fire, near Westminster andChester streets, around2.45pm on Sunday.

“Crews were on scene 10minutes later,” he said.

They arrived to find agrass firethreatening nearby properties. One property appeared particularly at risk.

‘‘The first crew asked for some additional resources to extinguish it,” the Fire & Rescue spokesman said.

‘‘It was jumped on pretty quick.”

He said the fire was slow-moving, and was eventually contained toabout five acres.

‘‘At the end of the job there were a number of tankers and fire trucks from Fire and Rescue on scene, as well as Rural Fire Servicecrews,” he said.

The area was declared safejust after 4pm.

The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.

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MP’s lack of response upsets Vietnam vet

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On June 23, 2015 I wrote to my local MP regarding the injustice applied by the federal government to the military superannuation scheme (DRRDB), seeking Russell Matheson’s personal response to the need to address the injustice.

I did not want a mere ministerial response or the party line but my local MP’s personal view. He failed to respond.

I sent a follow up letter on August 17, 2015, again my local federal MP failed to respond.

If Mr Matheson ignores the need for information from a Vietnam veteran, how can we in this electorate expect him to show concern for contemporary veterans of more recent deployments such as Afghanistan or Iraq?

John Fenton, Narellan

Shopping delight lost

My over 25 years of living in Camden has resulted in an unforeseen conversion: a terminally reluctant shopper, I came to enjoy the necessary activity, even delight in it.

No more, thank you Camden Council. Yes, it’s true you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs, but there’s nothing as palatable as an omelette being cooked up in Camden town centre.

It’s rather the irremediable waste of a carton of eggs dropped on the floor.

This is council’s “vision” unfolding: the only possible upside being, in summer those broken eggs frying on the black granite pavers may be opportunistically nibbled by dogs sporting bespoke heat-resistant booties.

Unfortunately Camden Council’s not-a-plan “plan” will blister more than dogs’ feet.

We grieve for the Camden we love.

Sue Way, Camden

No one lifts a finger

A proclaimed heritage area such as Camden’s town heritage area has no meaning when senior council staff are able to state changes to the town centre will have minimum impact on Camden’s historic country town appearance, therefore they are able to proceed regardless of the Heritage Act.

Appealing to the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage invokes this answer to a question not asked:

Under the Heritage Act 1977, Interim Heritage Orders can be made if the minister considers that an item or place may, on further inquiry or investigation, be found to be of state or local heritage significance.

It is noted that the Camden town centre conservation area has already been assessed and included on the Camden Local Environmental Plan 2010 as an area of local heritage significance.

The minister considers that, as further investigation is unlikely to reveal heritage values that would meet the threshold for listing on the State Heritage Register, he has determined not to make an Interim Heritage Order for Camden town centre.

Our State Member of Parliament says it is out of his hands.

Our Federal Member of Parliament — the member for Macarthur — considers it is not a federal matter although Camden has been a Macarthur town since the year 1840.

This leaves one very disillusioned in the three levels of political process.

Charles Cowell, Camden

Safety suggestions

I’m a concerned local driver who lives at Mount Annan.

Here’s some road safety suggestions you’ve probably already identified.

■ Heading south, add a lane divider 2km to 3km before Narellan Road (Campbelltown/Camden) exit and notify drivers at least 5km to 6km before the turn which gives them 3km to get in the lane or go to Picton. Having the unbroken painted line on the road means nothing to some impatient drivers who frustrate motorists who do the right thing and obey the road rules. It’s these drivers that cause accidents.

■ Heading north, left turn onto Narellan Road needs a free-flowing lane.

Anthony Gales, Mount Annan

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Local NRMA Insurance office takes major award

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Amanda Whiting (NRMA Insurance Head of Customer Delivery Channels) and Gavin Hickey (Manager of the Urunga NRMA office)
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The Hickey family’s NRMA Insurance office has won the award for ‘Rural Service Centre of the Year’ at the Annual Agency Excellence Awards.

The Rural Service Centre of the Year award recognises high performing teams that have outstanding customer service results, and is keenly contested by 85 offices across the state.

NRMA Insurance Area Sales Manager Rachael Howard said the win is a fantastic achievement for the Urunga NRMA Insurance office.

“It’s great to see the Urunga NRMA office recognised, as they consistently demonstrate commitment to great customer service.

“The Urunga NRMA office has been owned and operated by the Hickey family for over 30 years and are dedicated to looking after their loyal customers in the local community.

“NRMA Insurance is certainly proud they’re part of the NRMA Insurance retail network,” said Ms Howard.

Gavin Hickey, Manager of the Urunga NRMA office accepted the award in front of around 100 of their colleagues, all representing NRMA offices across NSW.

“We are grateful to our loyal customers who have been our supporters for many years. We are proud to serve our local community and humbled to win the Rural Service Centre of the Year award,” said Mr Hickey.

The Urunga NRMA Insurance office is located at 63 Pacific Highway, Urunga and is open from 9.00am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

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Get moonstruck

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SHARE THE SKY: Getting ready for a night of moongazing. Picture: ContributedIt’s in the starsDavid RenekeWITHa nice quarter moon this Saturday night it’s going to be a great week for lunar studies and an even better time to haul out that telescope you got last Christmas and left in the garage.
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The moon makes for an easy target.

OK, keep an eye on the skies this weekend as we head outside for a better look.

Tonight let your imagination sweep you away as we go mountain climbing – on the moon!

“The Moon rises during daylight for most of Australia this week which means it’s going to be bright and visible all night long,” said Dave Reneke from Australasian Science Magazine.

It’s a great time for newbie astronomers to check out the valleys, hills and craters as well.

“Some of those smaller craters seen through your scope are dozens of kilometres wide and hundreds of metres deep.

“The craters were formed by asteroids and comets that collided with the moon, it’s a rugged terrain,” Dave said.

“Roughly 300,000 craters wider than one kilometre are thought to be on the Moon’s near side alone!”

That’s a lot of holes. And you thought our highways were bad.

Find the large grey flat area that makes up the “left eye”part of the “Man in the Moon”face.

The Sea of Fertility as its called stretches 1500 kilometres in diameter, equal in size to the Great Sandy Desert here in Australia, and almost as vacant in interior features.

The moon has only one sixth our gravity, so you’d have a ball if you’re the athletic type.

You’d be able to run six times faster, jump six times higher, and listen to this – you could probably lift one side of your car quite easily with two hands on the lunar surface!

“From the moon, our earth appears nearly four times larger than a full moon appears to us and shines around 45 times brighter than a full moon, Dave said.

“That’s why the moonwalkers always had heavy polaroid visors.”

Not many people know our earth seen from the moon also goes through phases, however they’re opposite to the lunar phases that we see from the earth.

From any spot on the moon, when you can see it, the earth would always be in the same place in the sky.

Weird huh?

Here’s two last quirky Moon facts that will raise a few eyebrows.

When hit by large meteors the moon vibrates like a bell for more than an hour, true!

And, strange as it may seem, the moon is moving away from us at about threecentimetres every year.

Visit Dave’s website 梧桐夜网davidreneke南京夜网 for more.

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PHOTOS: Sunraysia sport, September 16

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Footy and netball finals, the McLeod Medal, Mildura Pro Am, S-League soccer grand finals and more.
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Check out our weekly review gallery.

PHOTOS: Sunraysia sport, September 16 Mildura Pro Am.Jarrod Lyle, Shepparton, on the fairway.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.Andy Stanbrook, Mildura, on the green.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.Jarrod Lyle, Shepparton.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.From left, Rod Truman, Ave Nemses, Glenn Parker and Kris Mueck.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.Terry O’Brien, of Mildura, Matthew Buff, of Melbourne, Nigel Rogers, of Gol Gol and Paul Leonard, Mildura.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.Kris Mueck, on the fairway.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.Mitchell Brown, Newcastle, on the green.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Pro Am.Andy Stanbrook, Mildura, on the fairway.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Imperials netballer Ebony Littore.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Hot shots and Cardio tennis workshop.Teachers and coaches from around Sunraysia were given a clinic by Emma Doyle, a Club Professional coach and a world leader in the coach education space.Mildura Coach Dean Kyle, with Demi Green and Troy Kelly.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Hot shots and Cardio tennis workshop.Teachers and coaches from around Sunraysia were given a clinic by Emma Doyle, a Club Professional coach and a world leader in the coach education space.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Hot shots and Cardio tennis workshop.Teachers and coaches from around Sunraysia were given a clinic by Emma Doyle, a Club Professional coach and a world leader in the coach education space.Lachlan Prothero and Jai Green test their fitness.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Hot shots and Cardio tennis workshop.Teachers and coaches from around Sunraysia were given a clinic by Emma Doyle, a Club Professional coach and a world leader in the coach education space.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Hot shots and Cardio tennis workshop.Teachers and coaches from around Sunraysia were given a clinic by Emma Doyle, a Club Professional coach and a world leader in the coach education space.Cathryn Rowles practices hitting.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Hot shots and Cardio tennis workshop.Teachers and coaches from around Sunraysia were given a clinic by Emma Doyle, a Club Professional coach and a world leader in the coach education space.Sheree Moore practices hitting.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Hot shots and Cardio tennis workshop.Teachers and coaches from around Sunraysia were given a clinic by Emma Doyle, a Club Professional coach and a world leader in the coach education space.Emma Doyle, with Ryan Samaras and Sheree Moore.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Mildura: Daniel GervasoniPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Robinvale/Euston: Jackson LesliePicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Mildura: Marcus DerosaRobinvale/Euston: Jackson LesliePicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Mildura: Samuel SimmonsRobinvale/Euston: Braidyn TurnerPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Mildura: Brandon DewyseRobinvale/Euston: Michael GiofrellePicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Robinvale/Euston: Blaide O’ConnorPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Mildura: Keanu PadulaRobinvale/Euston: Colby MannixPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Mildura: Samuel SimmonsRobinvale/Euston: Chaise LesliePicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Under 18’s Mildura v Robinvale-Euston.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Reserves Mildura v IrympleMildura: Dane CostaIrymple: Daniel BartelsPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Reserves Mildura v IrympleMildura: Adam O’Callaghan Irymple: Joshua MoritzPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Reserves Mildura v IrympleMildura: Adam O’Callaghan Irymple: Joshua MoritzPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Reserves Mildura v IrympleMildura: Adam O’Callaghan Irymple: Mathew BirthiselPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Reserves Mildura v IrympleMildura: Tim MuirIrymple: Eleuati ToalaPicture: Carmel Zaccone

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: From left, Jay Savage, Adam Wiseman, and Shannon AnthonyGol Gol: Zachary WestheadPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Gol Gol: Quarter time Gol Gol playersPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: Quarter time Werrimull playersPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: Xavier SmithGol Gol: Waylon CarrPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: Thomas KellyGol Gol: Samuel CurranPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: From left, Scottie Clark and Adam Wiseman.Gol Gol: Daniel MacleodPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: Marcus NitschkeGol Gol: Zachary WestheadPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: Thomas KellyPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: Adam WisemanGol Gol: Daniel MacleodPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: Mark ThomsonGol Gol: Brock ChapmanPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 1 – Gol Gol v Werrimull played at Cardross. Werrimull: From left, Jay Savage, Adam Wiseman, and Shannon AnthonyGol Gol: Zachary WestheadPhoto By: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Christopher SellensNangiloc: Luke CollettPhoto by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Luke McclellandNangiloc: Cameron PetersPhoto by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Nangiloc: Run on to after half time. Photo by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Run on to after half time. Photo by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Run on to after half time. Photo by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Run on to after half time. Photo by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Callan DoeringNangiloc: Samuel BrinsmeadPhoto by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Bradley ThomasNangiloc: David KeensPhoto by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Nangiloc: Robert LindseyPhoto by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Nangiloc: Ryan DowdyPhoto by: Louise Donges

Millewa Football Semi Final 2 – Bambill v Nangiloc played at Cardross. Bambill: Ryan McclellandNangiloc: Luke CollettPhoto by: Louise Donges

Millewa Netball and Football, at Cardross. Playing for Cardross junior netball, and supporting Cardross, from left, Emily Nichols, 11, Clara East, 14, and Kelsey Larkin, 10.

Millewa Netball and Football, at Cardross. Gol Gol supporters and keep in the shade, from left, Jo O’Connor, and Louise Chapman, both from Gol Gol.

Millewa Netball and Football, at Cardross. Bambill supporters, from left, Megan Campisi, Mildura, Eliza Boulton, Red Cliffs, and Bianca Bunney, Mildura.

Millewa Netball and Football, at Cardross. Werrimull supporters from left, Lyn Ryan and Debbie Byrne with her son Mitch Byrne, all from Mildura.

Millewa Netball and Football, at Cardross. Nangiloc supporters from left, Toni Williams, Red Cliffs, Rachel Thomas, Mildura, ‘Dre’ the dog, and Tegan Lawn, Nangiloc.

Millewa Netball and Football, at Cardross. Nangiloc supporters, from left, Kate Mansell, from Colignan, Bonnie Cox (kneeling), Colignan, Jade Begg, Mildura, and Dearne McCarthy, Mildura.

Millewa Netball and Football, at Cardross. Supporting Werrimull from left, Francis Rolfe, Irymple, Rod Loxton, Mildura, and Henry Rolfe, Irymple.

Millewa Netball semi final – Gol Gol v Werrimull, played at Cardross. Gol Gol: Erin GathercoleWerrimull: Amy Anderson

Millewa Netball semi final – Gol Gol v Werrimull, played at Cardross. Werrimull: Alex Bacon

Millewa Netball : Cardross v BambillCardross: Nikki DuscherBambill: Christie Becker

Millewa Netball : Cardross v BambillBambill: Tegan Oliver

Millewa Netball : Cardross v BambillCardross: Annie O’RourkeBambill: Bronnee Loy

Millewa Netball – Gol Gol v Werrimull, played at Cardross. Gol Gol: Katrina SobkowiakWerrimull: Kayla McLean

Millewa Netball : Cardross v BambillBambill: Georgia Oliver

Millewa Netball – Gol Gol v Werrimull, played at Cardross. Gol Gol: Katrina Sobkowiak (c)

SFNL Netball Wentworth v MilduraWentworth: Ashlee Cameron passes to Mikaela FraserPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Netball Wentworth v MilduraWentworth: Courtney WakefieldMildura: Amy DoddsPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Netball Wentworth v MilduraWentworth: Mikaela FraserPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Netball Wentworth v MilduraWentworth: Hannah MurdochMildura: Amanda Morello attemps to pass to Cate BrizziPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Netball Wentworth v MilduraWentworth: Amber SeluageMildura: Bec BishopPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Netball Wentworth v MilduraMildura: Amy DoddsPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Jarrod StokesMildura: Henry KerrPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Andrew LovettMildura: Liam CarforaPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Jerome MotlopMildura: Matthew ViningPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Antonio BrizziMildura: Anthony MatthewsPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Shannon MotlopPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraMildura: Mitch RogersonPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Peter CuaMildura: Kane DawsonPicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Jonty MarcianoMildura: Jesse VallancePicture: Carmel Zaccone

SFNL Seniors Red Cliffs v MilduraRed Cliffs: Andrew LovettPicture: Carmel Zaccone

Supporters at the SFNL Preliminary Final.Jude Ridley, 2, with Kate Gathercole.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Supporters at the SFNL Preliminary Final.Shane and Dean Slorach.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Supporters at the SFNL Preliminary Final.Phoebe, 10, and Molly Mcdonald, 9, with Allanah, 10, and Jackson Morello, 2.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Supporters at the SFNL Preliminary Final.From left, Zara, 2, and Imogen Gowers, 5, with Bella Mcteare, 6, Ashton Gowers, 6, and Gabe Mcteare, 7.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Supporters at the SFNL Preliminary Final.Abbey Allen, 11, Jazmin Parker, 10, and Cheyenne Riordan, 8.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Soccer senior women Nichols Point vs Mildura City Grand Final. Nichols Point: Jordan EllisCity: Tiana MoselloPhoto by: Louise Donges

Soccer senior women Nichols Point vs Mildura City Grand Final. Nichols Point: Jordan EllisCity: Brenda EvansPhoto by: Louise Donges

Soccer senior women Nichols Point vs Mildura City Grand Final. City: Kerry GrimerPhoto by: Louise Donges

Soccer senior women Nichols Point vs Mildura City Grand Final. Nichols Point: Angela EvansCity: Melissa BaileyPhoto by: Louise Donges

Soccer senior women Nichols Point vs Mildura City Grand Final. Nichols Point: From left, Stacey Evans, Angela Evans, and Amanda Boulton.City: From left, Melissa Bailey and Carly Schreiber.Photo by: Louise Donges

Soccer senior women Nichols Point vs Mildura City Grand Final. Photo by: Louise Donges

Mens Soccer Grand Final, Three Colours v Irymple Knights.Irymple Knights: Tolga OzcuzukuThree Colours: Phil KellyPhoto by: Louise Donges

Mens Soccer Grand Final, Three Colours v Irymple Knights.Irymple Knights: Jorgi StamationThree Colours: Deniro GilardiPhoto by: Louise Donges

Mens Soccer Grand Final, Three Colours v Irymple Knights.Irymple Knights: Jorgi StamationPhoto by: Louise Donges

Mens Soccer Grand Final, Three Colours v Irymple Knights.Irymple Knights: Tolga OzcuzukuThree Colours: Hiyat AtayePhoto by: Louise Donges

Mens Soccer Grand Final, Three Colours v Irymple Knights.Irymple Knights: Declan WilliamsThree Colours: From left, Paul Chisalita, and Deniro Gilardi. Photo by: Louise Donges

Imperials president Julian Maloney and supporter Mario Mammone are all geared up to watch their club take on Red Cliffs in this weekend’s SFNL grand final.

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

McLeod Medal. Picture: Jayne Alderton

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