Broulee surges toward Thursday ladies’ finals

GAME ON: Bay Breeze’s Jeanette Sinclair and Debbie Bellette and Broulee’s Marilyn Viljoen and Marie Barritt-Eyles.ONLY two weeks remain before the Eurobodalla District Tennis Association’s Thursday ladies’ competition finals begin.
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Committee member Tricia Wheeler praised the effort of reserves who filled in last week and players who stepped up grades.

In division one, Bay Rockets defeated Tomakin 2 5/44 to 3/23, Tomakin 1 defeated Narooma 1 6/47 to 2/34 and Moruya/Tuross defeated Narooma 2 5/39 to 3/27.

In division two, Broulee picked apart Bay Breeze to win 7/43 to 1/20, Bay Beatles defeated Tomakin 6/45 to 2/30 and Moruya defeated Bay Breakers 6/41 to 2/24.

In division three Bay Dolphins defeated Dalmeny 5/39 to 3/33 Tuross defeated Moruya 6/46 to 2/21 and Tomakin had a bye.

Progressive scores as of October 16:

Division one: Bay Rockets 92, Tomakin 1 83, Moruya/Tuross 68.5, Tomakin 2 66, Narooma 2 41 and Narooma 1 39.5.

Division two: Broulee 86, Moruya 73, Bay Beatles 65, Tomakin 57, Bay Breeze 56 and Bay Breakers 53.

Division three: Tomakin 3 67.5, Tuross 52, Dalmeny 2 49.5, Moruya 48 and Bay Dolphins 36.5.

The Thursday ladies’ presentation night will be held on December 4.

The theme is Alice in Wonderland.

“Looking forward to seeing some interesting characters,” Wheeler said.

Tickets will be on sale at the finals.

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Kapunda Show is ready

Yard dog challenge. The Kapunda and Light Agricultural Society is excited to celebrate its up-coming 157th annual Kapunda Show on the first weekend of November at the Harness Racing Club venue.
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The committee has been working hard throughout the year to put together a program of events for the whole family to enjoy.

The show jumping program runs over three days, beginning Friday, October 31 and finishes on Sunday, November 2. Horses in Action, including hacks, harness, tiny tots and the thoroughbred ‘Off the Track’ series, will run on Saturday, November 1 and Sunday, November 2 and the public is invited to watch the horses. The main show day is Saturday, November 1 and is an affordable, fun day out.

The pavillion will be filled with baking, fruit and vegetables, wool, agricultural produce, photography, art, cut flowers and much more.

Entries for most sections can be lodged until Wednesday, October 29 and the show book can be downloaded from kapundashow.org.au or at shops around Kapunda.

The official opening will be at noon, with patrons Andrew Morphett and Peter Hayward of Anlaby Station, with the presentation of the Rural and Young Rural Ambassadors and performances by local school choirs.

There will be a number of activities for the kids, including, free showbag trail, storytelling sessions, performances by Cool 4 Kids and the Kid’s Corner including mosaics and Playdough and a jumping castle. For adults, the show will have an outdoor bar area overlooking the arena with live music from Mac Hales.

The bucking bull will be running from 10am – 4pm and the arena will feature the yard dog challenge throughout the day.

Registration is open of teams of four (18-years-old and over) for the young farmer challenge, a relay of farm skills and fun activities for the crowd to enjoy and where the winning team will be awarded a prize of $200.

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Bay sailors under the starter’s gun

HIGH SEAS: Wishful Thinking, skippered by Andrew Bain, was the first home of the three Adams 10.6s.A MODERATE nor’east sea breeze greeted the Batemans Bay Sailing Club’s keel boat fleet at the start of the racing season.
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Under fair skies 10 yachts crossed the starting line of the Bay Cup race, held over new courses to test all points of sailing.

It was also the first race test for Accolade’s new rig, fitted earlier in the month.

Skippered by Matt Craig, the Adams 10.6 proved to be on the pace straight away against Andrew Bain’s sister ship, Wishful Thinking, the current club champion yacht.

Jim Levy’s Farr 9.2 Ghoster was back in racing action after a couple of seasons in absentia.

The two S80s had new skippers, John Drummond on Hotspur and Tony Sutton on Avior.

In the battle between the three Adams 10.6s, Wishful Thinking beat Accolade over the line by 45 seconds, followed by Simon Byrne’s Attitude eight minutes later.

Apostrophe’s skipper Tim Davis, who had to tow Accolade out of the marina when the engine wouldn’t start, steered his Bakewell White 36 to fourth ahead of Avior, James Gardiner’s Xanthia, Hotspur and Ghoster.

Two boats didn’t finish the course.

On performance handicap, Attitude turned the tables on Wishful Thinking and Accolade.

On AMS calculations Wishful Thinking pipped Accolade, by two seconds, and Avior.

Batemans Bay Sailing Club’s Try Sailing Day will be held on October 26 at Batemans Bay Marina.

Sailing captain Lachlan Brown says the public is welcome to find out what the sailing club does, have a look over some of the boats and go for a sail from 10am to 4pm.

“Sailing is a sport for all ages, budgets and skill levels,” he said.

“Several club yacht skippers are on the lookout for additional crew members and new sailors are always welcome in either the Batemans Bay-based yacht fleet or the off-the-beach fleet which races at Coila Lake at Tuross Head.”

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Fresh skills for Southern selection

UNITED TEAM: Southern’s SAP under 11s team (back, from left) Jacob Zerafa, Keegan Kulcsar, Nick Boom, Tully Dennis and Jayden Kerr, (front) Josh Sanders, Adam Brennan, Harrison Hage, Henry Whatman and Charles Whatman.THE Southern Branch Football Club’s Skills Acquisition Program (SAP) trials continue on October 26.
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The trials will be held at the South Nowra Football Com-plex for under 9s to 11s, boys and girls, from the Eurobodalla, Shoalhaven and Far South Coast.

The under 9s kick off at 9am, under 10s at 10.30am and under 11s at noon.

Southern Branch and 29 other associations are involved in the program.

Players train two to three days a week with experienced and qualified coaches and play 18 games over a 40-week period.

Southern Branch’s coaching and development manager Matthew Shepherd said the program enabled players to learn the skills of the game while being exposed to the best level of competition in NSW.

“The program is focused around the four core technical football skills of one versus one, striking the ball, running with the ball and first touch, as well as functional game skills,” Shepherd said.

“It provides girls and boys with an opportunity to experience an enhanced football environment above that provided by their local football clubs.

“Our players from the Eurobodalla area train locally at a satellite training centre and travel to Nowra for a team training session and match game.”

Shepherd said the club was encouraged by the number of players from the Euro-bodalla who wanted to attend the trial.

“We have had players from Narooma, Moruya and Batemans Bay in the program and continue into higher levels of football competition with Southern Branch.”

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Phone Shepherd on 0419 925 006 for information.

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An insight on the life of Gough Whitlam from a long-time friend

Gordon Jaques long-time friend of the late Gough Whitlam. Photo: STEPH KONATAR.THE late Gough Whitlam touched many lives, today Dubbo’s Gordon Jaques reflected on the time he spent with him at university.
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He was saddened to hear of the former prime minister’s death and wanted to pay tribute to a great man.

Mr Jaques met Mr Whitlam as a freshman studying law in 1939 at St Paul’s College at the University of Sydney.

Mr Whitlam was a second year law student, captain of the debating team and him and Mr Jacques became good friends.

Mr Jaques was also a friend to the Dovey family, particularly Bill and his sister Margaret Dovey.

Margaret Dovey of course came to be Gough’s wife of almost 70 years.

Mr Jaques said he “looked a leader” even in university.

“What I liked about him is that he strode through St. Paul’s College as though he owned the place,” he said.

“He got the room next to his at college made into a living room and had an archway cut out of it.

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