Mounties set sights on Grand Final glory

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Mounties v Auburn in the Ron Massey CupMOUNTIES will be hoping for a black and gold Grand Finals quinella when their Ron Massey and NSW Cup teams line up in preliminary finals this weekend.
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The Ron Massey Cup team booked their spot in the decider with a comfortable 36-4 win against Auburn on Saturday.

After suffering consecutive losses for the first time this year, the minor premiers battled early before heading to the break leading 14-0. The second half was more Mounties-like as they demonstrated why they ended the regular season with the best attack and defence in the competition with a clinical showing that yielded four tries.

They face Wentworthville for a spot in the decider on Sunday at Leichhardt Oval. The Magpies have dominated the third-tier competition, winning four of the last six premierships. On the other hand, Mounties have lost three of the past four Grand Finals. In their last meeting, Mounties beat Wentworthville 30-14.

Mounties v Auburn in the Ron Massey Cup

In the NSW Cup, Mounties will play the Newcastle Knights for a Grand Final spot.

NSW Cup player of the year Mitch Barnett will lead an experienced Mounties team guided by veterans Josh McCrone and Glen Buttriss.

Their opponents enter the game off the back of a thumping win against last year’s premiers Penrith 44-12. Flyer Jake Mamo scored a hat-trick in the win and will again be the player to watch on Sunday.

In their last meeting Newcastle defeated Mounties 34-22.

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Joy Baluch AM Bridge back on the agenda

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MORE CLOSURES: Port Augusta’s mayor SamJohnson has expressed concern over the number oflane blockages which could occur due to windturbines coming though Port Augusta next year. Theconcern came after liberal leader Steven Marshallsaid it could be closed more than 200 times nextyear. PHOTO: Kara Johnson
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LAST week’s discussion on the Joy Baluch AM Bridge raised new concerns with Port Augusta’s mayor.

When Liberal leader Steven Marshall spoke about the state government’s need to contribute funds to upgrading the Greater Western Bridge, he said they are already aware the Joy Baluch Bridge will have to close more than 200 times next year.

Mayor Sam Johnson said the Department of Transport doesn’t classify the listings as closures as there would still be one lane open, but he said it is a definite concern.

“In essence you’re looking at bringing some large wind turbines across the bridge, but because the traffic is still moving in one direction as the turbine is travelling across they say it’s still open,” Mr Johnson said.

“Something like a blown tyre only has to happen for the bridge to be properly closed.”

Mr Johnson said if these with the number of turbines coming across, the emergency services vehicles may have to be stationed on the west side two-three times a day, or at least a few times a week.

“I know they talk about how they have emergency services plans in place, and that’s great but are they going to make sure each time there’s a wind turbine coming across they’ll have a police car, ambulance and MFS truck on the other side?”

He also said Yorkeys Crossing was not an acceptable alternative for the wind turbines to be transported as some sections of the road were too narrow.

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Cooinda Club to close

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FIRST BUILT: The hall, billiard room andadministration office was the stage of the ANInstitute complex built in 1967. PHOTO:SuppliedSEPTEMBER 30 will be the end of an era for what once was one of Port Augusta’s main event venues.
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Cooinda Club has sustained losses in the past few years and the Australian National Institute Board of Directors recognised the need for a significant upgrade to the club premises to match modern expectations for a licensed club.

The age of the building and its design made the renovations required to bring premises up to patrons expectations difficult to achieve.It was decided the most practical solution was to construct a new premises.

The AN Institute Board has been in discussions with developers about possible options for the site at the corner of Commercial Road and Flinders Terrace to achieve this outcome.

A necessary decision was made to close the licensed club area of the Cooinda complex pending the possible redevelopment of the site.

The AN Institute office will remain open in the short term to manage other Institute activities such as Seafield Tower Holiday House in Glenelg.

The AN Institute complex was built in three stages, starting with the hall, billiard room and administration office in 1967, Cooinda Club in 1972 and dining room extension in 1984.

Since the complex was built, it has hosted a number of weddings, community events and exhibitions.

The Cooinda Club will be closing its doors at the end of the month but is trading as normal until then.

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King Park Public School places in aerobics Nationals

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Members from the King Park Public School aerobics team that have just come back from a Nationals event. Picture: Simon BennettKING Park Public School is celebrating 10 years of competing in aerobics. The school has just returned from the national level of Schoolaerobics, an international aerobics competition which is the largest of its kind for primary and secondary students.
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Participants had to learn set choreography very quickly and perform before judges. In the primary audition section Simona Sankovic won the title of national champion.

Coach Michelle Joester said despite not gaining a place in the primary aerobics section, the experience in competing at a national level gave the girls an opportunity of a lifetime that they will cherish.

Simona Sankovic a member from the King Park Public School aerobics team that has just come back from a Nationals event and won a medal. Picture: Simon Bennett

“Every one of our girls performed their best and that makes us all extremely proud,” she said. “I’d like to thank the parents, families and friends for supporting the girls in their dedication to training, competing at the preliminary and state competitions and then travelling to the Gold Coast to compete.

“The friendships between the girls will be lasting lifelong memories.”

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Mounties go for quinella

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MOUNTIES will be hoping for a black and gold Grand Finals quinella when their Ron Massey and NSW Cup teams line up in preliminary finals this weekend.
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The Ron Massey Cup team booked their spot in the decider with a comfortable 36-4 win against Auburn on Saturday.

After consecutive losses for the first time this year, the minor premiers battled early before heading to the break leading 14-0.

The second half was more Mounties-like with a clinical showing that yielded four tries.

They face Wentworthville for a spot in the decider on Sunday at Leichhardt Oval.

The Magpies have dominated the third-tier competition, winning four of the past six premierships, while Mounties have lost three of the past four.

In their last meeting, Mounties beat Wentworthville 30-14.

In the NSW Cup, Mounties will play the Newcastle Knights for a Grand Final spot.

NSW Cup player of the year Mitch Barnett will lead an experienced Mounties team guided by veterans Josh McCrone and Glen Buttriss.

Their opponents come off the back of a thumping win against last year’s premiers Penrith 44-12.

Flyer Jake Mamo scored a hat-trick in the win and will again be the player to watch on Sunday.

In their last meeting Newcastle defeated Mounties 34-22.

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Tadrosse ends stellar career on a high

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Picture: Football NSWFAIRYTALES and sport don’t often mix.
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But on Sunday, Bonnyrigg White Eagles captain Chris Tadrosse got his happily ever after.

In his final game of football, Tadrosse led the White Eagles to a 2-0 win against Blacktown City FC in the NSW National Premier League men’s 1 grand final.

He retires with two championships and three premier plates in his six years at club.

“It is a day I will never forget. It was unbelievable — the build-up, the game, the celebrations.

“It’s hard to single out one highlight from my time here, but I think this would be it,” Tadrosse said.

“I’ve enjoyed every minute playing for Bonnyrigg.

“The club has been great and I will never forget my time here.

“I’m going to miss pulling on the jersey every week.”

Tadrosse was also awarded the Robbie Slater medal for being the best of ground.

In his final game the defender was flawless at the back and cut down many attacking raids by the Premiers.

At the other end Robbie Younis — who scored the winning goal in the 2013 decider — opened the scoring with a trademark free kick.

Fittingly, it was Tadrosse who sealed the win when he set up Yuta Kokado for the second goal to complete a dominant display.

Bonnyrigg coach Brian Brown was full of praise for his skipper who will go from player to spectator as his four boys start their football journey.

“I think Chris Tadrosse’s performance was as good as you can get from left-back.

“Everything he did was right and everything he said was right in the change room,” Brown said.

“I thought it was a great performance from the team, we got our tactics right and I don’t think Blacktown handled what we did.”

Tadrosse will turn his focus to his family apple orchard in Bilpin.

White Eagles’ challenge is to replace the core of the team who pulled on the red and blue 102 times.

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Tadrosse ends stellar career on a high

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Picture: Football NSWFAIRYTALES and sport don’t often mix.
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But on Sunday, Bonnyrigg White Eagles captain Chris Tadrosse got his happily ever after.

In his final game of football, Tadrosse led the White Eagles to a 2-0 win against Blacktown City FC in the NSW National Premier League men’s 1 grand final.

He retires with two championships and three premier plates in his six years at club.

“It is a day I will never forget. It was unbelievable — the build-up, the game, the celebrations. It’s hard to single out one highlight from my time here, but I think this would be it,” Tadrosse said.

“I’ve enjoyed every minute playing for Bonnyrigg. The club has been great and I will never forget my time here. I’m going to miss pulling on the jersey every week.”

Tadrosse, who spent three years in the A-League, was also awarded the Robbie Slater medal for being the best of ground. In his final game the defender was flawless at the back and cut down numerous attacking raids by the Premiers.

At the other end Robbie Younis — who scored the winning goal in the 2013 decider — opened the scoring with a trademark free kick. Fittingly, it was Tadrosse who sealed the win when he set up Yuta Kokado for the second goal to complete a dominant display.

Bonnyrigg coach Brian Brown was full of praise for his skipper who will go from player to spectator as his four boys start their football journey.

“I think Chris Tadrosse’s performance was as good as you can get from left-back. Everything he did was right and everything he said was right in the change room,” Brown said.

“I thought it was a great performance from the team, we got our tactics right and I don’t think Blacktown handled what we did.”

Tadrosse will turn his focus to his family apple orchard business in Bilpin. The challenge for the White Eagles is to replace the core of the team who pulled on the red and blue 102 times.

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Downs Rugby’s Biggest Day of the Year is only 4 sleeps away.

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VENUE: Toowoomba Sports Ground

GATES OPEN:Main Gate and Hawthorne Street Gate will be open from 10:00am

KICK OFF TIMES:

11:30am (C Grade) – Goondiwindi Emus vsChinchilla River Rats

1:30pm (B Grade) – Goondiwindi Emus vsCondamine Cods

3:45pm (Risdon Cup – A Grade) – Goondiwindi Emus vs USQ Saints

TICKET PRICE:

$0 (Kids Under 11), $5 (Students – U12-U17), $10 (Adults)

TWO FREE PARK AND RIDES

2 x FREE PARK AND RIDE Buses will be operating all day!!

-To ensure that you can find a park and get to the ground without hassle… especially with Carnival of Flowers on the same day.

1st FREE PARK AND RIDE (Departs every 45 Minutes)

Heritage Oval (Stuart Street)

10:15am, 11:00am, 11:45am, 12:30pm, 1:15pm, 2:00pm, 2:45pm, 3:30pm

2nd FREE PARK AND RIDE (Departs every 1 hour)

Gold Park (Hume Street in front of Bowls Club)

10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm

CONTACT

For any information please contact Mitchell Bradbury (Rugby Operations Officer) on;

Mobile: 0448 342 273

Email:[email protected]南京夜网419论坛

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Country Cup School Rugby finals at Tuncurry

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What’s on

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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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