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Epifania proud of his squad

WRAPPED UP: Gulgong Terrier Brad James is met by the Italian defence while playing for the Western Rams on Saturday. Photo: PHIL BLATCHFEDERATION of Italia Rugby League Australia (FIRLA) coach Leo Epifania onlyhad a week to put together a team for Saturday’s clash with the Western Rams, but you could have been fooled for thinking otherwise.
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The players Epifania assembled at Carrington Park quickly adapted to new combinations and produced some slick football on their way to a 34-18 victory.

While the big Western forward pack hit hard in defence, FIRLA’s speed around the ruck and support play gave them the edge.

“They got into us, but we expected that, you don’t come out to the country and expect anything less,” Epifania said.

“I thought both sides had a real red hot dig, but I was very happy with things from our side. We have got one side that is going overseas for the [World Cup]qualifiers over in Europe and these boys here are our level one players.

“We had to fill in some numbers here, we had topull a side together in a week and the boys did really well I thought in making that happen.

“Some of these players here are younger fellas and later down the track, they will come into that top team.”

Though having to draw on players unfamiliar to himself and each other, the quality Epifania had in key positions was telling

Fullback Christian Bate (Belrose), hooker Daniel Petralia (Canterbury), plushalves Josh Bergamin (Canterbury) and Blake Cavelarro (Western Suburbs) were standouts.

Cavelarro amassed a personal tally of 22 points from three tries andfive goals.

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Plenty of promise but Rams fail Italian job

IN THE MIDDLE: Dubbo Macquarie hooker Jeremy Smith was in the thick of the action for the Western Rams on Saturday, Photo: PHIL BLATCHWESTERN suffered a 34-18 loss against a classy Federation of Italia Rugby League Australiaoutfit in Bathurst on Saturday, but assistant coach Kip Maranda is confident the Rams are on the right path.
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Both sides used the Carrington Park clash as a means of viewing players with potential headed into, for the Azzurri, the 2017 World Cup and, for Maranda’s Rams, next year’s country championship.

On that note, FIRLA’sChristian Bate and halfback Blake Cavelarro gave Italian selectors plenty to think about in the lead-up to next year’s World Cup, the latter scoring 22 of his side’s points in a stunning display.

While, for the hosts, forwards Luke Thompson, Simon Osborne and Brent Seager poured through a mountain of work and Parkes fullback Sam Dwyer was brilliant, earning the FIRLA’s vote as player of the game.

While disappointed, Maranda said it was important to look at the positives, such as the exciting performances of debutantsMitch Burke of Forbes, Lithgow’s Mitch Case and Orange CYMS pivot Dom Maley.

“There’s plenty of good players around,we’re asking them to put their hand up when we have training and to bring the right attitude,” Maranda said.

“We’re not here for one game, we want to make friendships out of it and build to win country championships and get back into that tier one where we should be.”

Western drew first blood against FIRLA, Forbes’ try-scoring gun Ben Maguire muscling his way over from close range to gift the hosts a 6-0 lead.

Ethan Natoli hit back for FIRLA, but a crafty Jacob Neill grubber for himself after 30 minutes put the Rams up 12-6.

Enter Cavelarro.

Leaning on a game revolving around lightning quick footwork and superb support play, the Western Suburbs Magpies No.7 scored two tries in the lead-up to half-time to make it 18-12.

Josh Bergamin extended the lead after the break before Maley got one back,but Cavelarro and Natoli iced the win with tries in the final 15 minutes for the Azzurri.

Having been part of a winning country championship campaign with Western in 2003,Maranda knows the key to success at a rep footy level is composure, something the Rams slightly lacked on Saturday.

“Our completions probably let us down, that was probably a big thing that hurt us which is probably the same thing that let us down at Narellan,” he said.“It’s something for us to work on, and probably a good opportunity to get a few debutantes in there to have a look at.”

FIRLA 34(Blake Cavelarro 3, Ethan Natoli 2, Josh Bergamin tries; Blake Cavelarro 5 goals)def WESTERN18(Dom Maley, Jacob Neill, Ben Maguire tries; Warren Williams 2, Brad James goals)

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Bathurst double at the annual junior classic

DOUBLE DELIGHT: Ben Mackey, 14, and Casey Thompson, 13, won the Bathurst Junior Classic golf tournament on Sunday. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 101616cgolfjnr2
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Bathurst achieved the double in male and female winners at the Bathurst Junior Classic golftournament on Sunday forthe first time since 2013.

Top talented golfers from around the Central West took part in the tournament and in the end it was 14-year-old Ben Mackey for the males and 13-year-old Casey Thompson for the females taking top honours.

Scott Matheson and Emma McCarthy were successful the last timethe Bathurst Golf Club achieved a double at the tournament.

Defending champions James Conranof Duntryleague and Emma McCarthy of Bathurstwere unable to defendtheir crown, paving the way for two first-time winners.

Even though the tournament is held in Bathurst, locals have struggled to dominate,with only six local winners since 2000 in the males and eight local winners since 2000 in the females.

Mackey was humble after his victory, saying it was not his best performance, but happy with the win either way.

“I did not play all that well, but in the end I got there,” Mackey said.

“Back nine I played pretty well, but front nine I struggled to keepwhat I had, but I came through in the end.”

Competition was tough on the day, with Mackey’s play partner competing with him neck-and-neck through the day, until his play partner gave away a hole at the 16th hole.

It was notMackey’s best performance in golf –he hashitlower scores in other tournaments than his 77 on Sunday – but there will be no complaints from Mackey after heknocked-off the favourite from Dubbo, Lachlan Jones, who scored 79 and finished second.

Thompson scored 95 to take home the honours in the female sectionin a tough field, edging past second-placedHannah Knight ofBathurst.

After taking home the junior classic, Thompson will be heading to Sydney next week to compete in the Australian Genesis Golf Link Cup.

Performances at the cup willhelp Thompson’s push to qualify for the final at the New South Wales Golf Club at Le Perouse inSydney in November.

Thompson is just hopeful of some good scores and a good performance at the cup.

“I just want to shoot low scores,just try my best and see how I go,” she said.

Bathurst Golf Club head professional MattBarrett said the course made for a great day of golf.

“We had visitors from Cowra, Blayney, Forbes and Dubbo,” Barrett said.

“It was great to see so many Bathurst people enter as well and they won almost all awards on the day.”

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Pool officially opened

OPEN: Premier Will Hodgman, Senator Stephen Parry and Burnie mayor Anita Dow at the reopened Burnie Aquatic Centre. Picture: Supplied Though the community has been enjoying its new pool for more than three months, the Burnie Aquatic Centre redevelopment was officially opened by representatives from federal, state and local government on Saturday.
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BurnieMayor Anita Dow was joined by Premier Will Hodgman and Senator Stephen Parry for the opening, which coincided with The Big Splash –a family day oflive music, pool games, asausage sizzle, aquatreasure hunts, a jumping castle andgiveaways.

The $8.8 million project received $3 million from the Australian Government’s Community Development grants program.

The Tasmanian Government also contributed $3 million under its Communities, Sports and Recreation grants program, and the Burnie City Council funded the remaining $2.8 million.

Alderman Dow paid tribute to the Aquatic Centre Working Group, who oversaw the development.

“The Burnie Aquatic Centre project is a great example of community driven initiativescomingto fruition,” she said.

“TheAquatic Centre Working Group began working closely with Council many years ago to design and lobby for anindoor pool, and now we have this great facility that will benefit the whole community.”

Premier Will Hodgman said the aquatic centre is an asset to the community.

“The newly-designedcentrehas an eight-lane, 25-metre learn-to-swim and lap pool providing access regardless of season or weather,” he said.

“In addition, there’s a new outdoor children’s splash play.”

The weekend was the first time visitors to the pool could access the outdoor splash pad, which is open for six months of the year.

Alderman Dow said the Burnie community has embraced the new facility since its opening in early July.

“Attendance numbers have already exceeded expectations, with many casual users as well as sporting groupstaking advantage of the new indoor pool,” she said.

The aquatic centre is located at 1-5 Terrylands Street, Terrylands.

Its opening hours are 5am-8pm on weekdays, and 8.30am-7pm on weekends and public holidays.

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Lake Macquarie Color Runphotos, video

Lake Macquarie Color Run | photos, video The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll
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The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

The Color Run at Lake Macquarie. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

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The Color Run race director Rob McElligott said it had been “awesome” bringing the event to Lake Macquarie for the first timeafter three years at Newcastle Jockey Club.

“The energy and community spirit was incredible as people came together with friends and family to experience a small slice of tropical paradise,” he said.

The Color Run is neither a charity nor a non-profit organisation, but encouragedparticipants to seek sponsorship to raise funds for Starlight Children’s Foundation Australia, the Cancer Council, Heart Kids, and the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.

Award shows talent of Leeton business

PLEASED: Leeton shire’s Lynsey Reilly (right) from Lynsey Reilly Communications accepts her award. Photo: ContributedLEETON businessLynseyReillyCommunications (LRC) proved it was a cut above the rest at a recent stateawards evening.
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LRC wasthe only public relations agency to be recognised in the 2016 micro consultancy of the year category, taking home a highly commended honourat thePublic Relations Institute of Australia NSW Awards for Excellence.

This marks LRCs’ first agency of the year honour and something directorLynseyReilly was both proud and excited about.

“LRC is only in its fourth year of operation and, to be honest, we only entered the award as part of our internal review to try and understand how we are tracking as an agency against our industry peers,” she said.

“I guess we found out.

“I would like to congratulation to Sauce Communications on their continued success.

“I think it really say’s something about the talent within our community when two of the three NSW Agency of the Year awards were given to PR agencies headquartered in Leeton.

“We extremely proud to partner alongside our regionally based clients and this is a wonderful way for the LRC team to round out what has been an incredible year.”

Mrs Reilly said the award was also a credit to her staff.

LRC handles many high-profileclients and hascontinued to grow from strength-to-strength since starting up in Leeton four years ago.

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Sauce defends its state title honour

RECOGNITION: Representing Sauce Communications at the awards were account executive Natasha Moore (left) and account director Sally Edgar. Photo: Contributed
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LEETON-BASED corporate affairs, media and events agency, Sauce Communicationshas a new trophy to add to itscollection after being awarded NSW medium consultancy of the year for the second year running at thePublic RelationsInstitute of Australia (PRIA) NSW Awards for Excellence.

Account executive Ariana Shutte also received a highly commended and best in her category for the 2016 Top sPRinter award.

Sauce nowmoves on to compete nationally at PRIA’s 40th annual Golden Target Awards, which will takeplacein Sydney onNovember 14.

Sauce director Liane Sayer-Roberts saidthe team washonoured to have beennominated and subsequently defend theirtitle.

“It has been my absolute pleasure and privilege to develop a business from sole traderstatus to a full service communications and events agency,” she said.

“This award very much belongs to the people who help me make Sauce – our team, ourclients, our partners and suppliers, my professional network of peers and mentors, andmy greatest cheerleading squad of all, my two small boys, Cale and Isaac.”

Mrs Sayer-Roberts was also pleased for Ms Shutte,who was one oftwo finalists for TopsPRinter, a title awarded to individuals with two to five years’ experience who are makinga mark on the industry.

“I’m so incredibly grateful for all of the support and opportunities I have received in mycareer to date,” Ms Shutte said.“I would like to thank our team.”

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Thousands of people Run Wollongong 2016: photos

Thousands of people Run Wollongong 2016: photos Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber
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Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

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Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Thousands of people take part in Run Wollongong 2016 on Sunday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

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Yarding shows pens need

The combination of a strong market, an excess of prime cattle and dry roads saw Dubbo agents draw for 7975 head for their regular sale on ThursdayOctober 13.
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Scanning of the yarding hadnot been completed at the time ofwritingbut needless to say the complexhadoverflowed with many agents requiring a re-run at the end of the day.

A re-run often consistsof cattle that were not booked in prior to adraw. Progress is being made with the improvements to the yards but with the number of wet days not helping the cause.

From an agent’s point of view the most important part of construction is yet to commence –the addition of another 150 to 200 promised sell pens.Thursday’sdraw was based on 28-plus head per penwhich, unless the cattle in question are Bobbiecalves, become impossible to fit. This in turn necessitateswithdrawing some cattle from sale orhaving a re-run.

Once again, the quality and finish of the cattle was outstanding. This should continue far into coming weeks.

The National Livestock Reporting Service (NLRS) has released the numbers for the cattle yards reported on in its market survey.

The top 10 yardsshow very little change and are ratedas follows: 1. Dubbo 236,651 head,2.Wagga 187,105 head, 3.Carcoar 146,667, 4.Tamworth 112,118,5. Casino 107,462, 6.Gunnedah 97,294, 7.Forbes 72,922, 8.Moss Vale 67,752, 9.Inverell 67,406, 10.Scone 60,505.

Tamworth moved from sixth to fourth. Casino from seventh to fifth and Moss Vale tenth to eighth.

Losers were Gunnedah and Forbes both of which seemed to lose a spot or two. It will be interesting to see where the new complexat Yass fits in after a full 12 months of operation. My guess is this centre will quickly assume a position in the top 10if the (NLRS)includes it in itsregular market reporting.

Dubbo has again displayed the important role it occupies in the livestock and agency industry by being selected by TopXAustralia as the venue for its annual conference and training seminars.

TopX,with a network of 12 offices in Queensland and one in NSW, has its headquarters at Roma. From October 21 to 24,35 to 40 of its employees will take part. This influx of people will do no harm whatsoever to the localeconomy.

David Monk of NLRS has finalised his report for this sale with most grades considerably cheaper. Best vealers lost closeto 30c/kg. Young feeders were 25 to 30c/kg back.Young restocker calves were stronger with 465c/kg the best price.Grown steers came in at 15/16c cheaper. Cows were seven to 13c less, topping at 267c/kg. Best bulls recorded 287c/kg. Best heavy feeder steers sold from 322 to 388c/kg.

Stock news: Local stock and station agent Bill Tatt discusses the latest industry news from across the region, in particular the big yarding at Dubbo. Photo: File.

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Multicultural festival unites cityPhotos

Multicultural festival unites city | Photos Aarya Thapa, 12, and Pragya Oli, 12, in Nepalese dress.
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TRADITIONAL DRESS: Svetlana Krasnova moved to Wagga from Russia five years ago and wore a traditional headdress to Saturday’s Fusion 16 festival. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Robyn Kirk from Wagga.

Soban Kamran, 9, from Wagga tries on medieval dress.

Theo Cawthorne and Phoebe Cawthorne from Wagga.

Mariangela Osiecki from Wagga and Joy Walker from Culcairn appear with the Society for Creative Anachronism from the Shire of Bordescros medieval recreationists.

Performers from True Vibenation.

Performers from True Vibenation.

Performer Aaradhna from New Zealand.

Elsie Shephard, 7 months, from Wagga.

Salah Khodedah, 16, from Wagga with his portrait.

Henry Pavert, 2, and Simon Pavert from Cootamundra.

Madeline McPherson, 3, and Emily McPherson from Wagga.

Peter Labang cooks Burmese delicacies.

Kristy Nariya, 15 months, finds her portrait with her mum, Amita Nariya.

Kristy Nariya, 15 months, finds her portrait.

DJ Saca La Mois from Melbourne spins some tunes from South America.

Erica Fallon, 6, from Wagga.

Sam Hulford from Cootamundra Bollywood All Stars.

Kon Kudo with the Circle Holics jugglers.

Maddox Tokley, 18 months, from Wagga.

Fusion 16.

Fusion 16.

Fusion 16.

Fusion 16.

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Greyhounds back in action at Wauchope

THE dogs were back barking at Hastings River Greyhound Clubon Saturday for one of the first meetings since New South WalesPremier Mike Baird’s ban backflip.
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Winner: Mini Cousin stormed home in race five at Wauchope on Saturday. Photo: Ivan Sajko

And it was Mini Cousin who celebrated in style in race five for Bellangry trainer Karl Miller.

She finished the race in a scintillating time of 21.56 seconds ahead of Eye’s Brodie and Showtime Lucy.

It was a staggering one-tenth of a second, or a length and a half,outside the track record.

“It’s a very rare, very fasttime,” Miller said.

“They thought it was close to the record, but it wasn’t quite.”

It was Mini Cousin’s first run in more than a month after the industry stopped following Mr Baird’s original plan to ban greyhound racing.

“Icouldn’t get her a run with everyone being shut down so I gave her that time off and it did her good becauseit’s the fastest time she’s ever ran,” Miller said.

“She jumped reasonably welland then took off from the first turn and it was all over.When she gets to the front she’s got very good sections.

“She never used to jump, she used to come out a couple of lengths behind and then she’d find trouble trying to get through. She got into second on Saturday and shot past them.”

Miller felt drawing box five contributed to Mini Cousin just missing out on the track record.

“I knew she was a pretty good little dog, but having box five makes it a little bit harder because it’sright in the middle,” he said.

“If she had have had the inside or the outside box I believe she would have beaten the track record. She’s got a big future.”

Miller himself had to overcome a heart complaint which had seen him lyingin a hospital bed for the last six days.

“It was beating a bit too fast, so they’ve had to put me on a few things but hopefully they’re on top of it now,” he said.

“I got a bit excited yesterday and I thought I was going to go down on the track, but I was lucky I had good friends there to take over.”

He had hoped to head to Maitland on Thursday, but will have to wait until Grafton next Monday for his next race.

“I was going to go to Maitland this week but they’re maiden heats so we’ll go toGrafton next Monday night,” he said.

“She loves Grafton; she’s had three starts for two wins and a third.”

Miller said he would now look at the Wauchope Cup at the end of the year for Mini Cousin to continue her good form.

“I think keeping her fresh and not give her too much running will be the key,” he said.

“She hates the walking machine and goes out in her little yard four times a day and then does her own thing.”

The trainer said there was a different feel at the track on Saturday.

Trainers and owners alike were relieved to be back doing what they loved.

“It was unbelievable, it was a different feeling to go back and see all your friends.”

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Tiger takes gong

WINNING GRIN: Gundagai lock Brett Eccleston took out the Eric Weissel Medal at the Group Nine presentation at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Saturday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
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Gundagai lock Brett Eccleston dominated the final rounds of the Group Nine seasonto be crowned a comfortable winner of the Eric Weissel Medal on Saturday.

Eccleston polled 12 votes in the last six roundsto defeat Southcity’s Kyle McCarthy by seven votes.

Junee’s Daniel Foley was a further vote behind.

Eccleston was surprised by the margin of victory.

“I was saying to Damian Willis that if I was to win it I would be up there with someone else,” Eccleston said.

“I just didn’t think I would win it by myself and to win it by this much is a real honour.

“I am a very happy man.”

The end of the season flourish also coincided with Eccleston taking over the captaincy with James Smart sidelined through injury.

It was a role he clearly relished.

“As a captain, and with James out, I felt I had to step my game up and lead the men around,” he said.

“Obviously I did that with the points polling when I captain.”

Eccleston is yet to commit to another season with the Tigers but the chance to win back-to-back medals is another incentive for the 32-year-old.

“I need something to give me that little extra motivation and now that I have won this I’m thinking if I can win it this year why can’t I win it next year,” he said.

“I just need that one little thing to spark me along.”

It is the second year in a row that a Tigers player has been named the best player in Group Nine after James Luff’s big win last year.

Eccleston is now theseventh Gundagai player to earn the Weissel Medal, joining Peter Kennedy (1974), Pat Smith (1978), George Ashby (1986), Peter McDonald (2003), Patrick Clark (2006),Smart (2013) and Luff on the honour board.

Eccleston and Luff were joined by teammates Phil Latu and Blake Dunn in the Team of the Year.

The star studded outfit also includedFoley, Usaia O’Sullivan, Robbie Byatt, Jack Lyons, Nathan Rose, McCarthy, Hayden Jeans, Aaron Slater andDave Cowhan.

Outgoing Young mentor Neil Thorman was named as Coach of the Year.

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Boardrider win for North-West team in state battle

CELEBRATION TIME: The North-West Boardriders after their win on Saturday in the Nudie Australian Boardriders Battle.
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The North-West Boardriders won their first Nudie Australian Boardriders Battle crown in an exciting finish over South Arm Boardriders on Saturday.

Tasmania’s top four boardrider clubs headed south following last week’s postponement at Scamander, with the Tasmanian qualifying event held atCalverts Beach on South Arm.

North-West Boardriders’Zoe Gray got off to a flyer with an excellent first ride in the first women’s heat defeating 2016 open women’s state champion and 1996 world junior champion Dara Penfold.

This seemed to rattle the SABR team who faulted in several other heats.

But they still remained in the race through the final in the team’s event.

When Hamish Renwick hit the surf as SABR’S power surfer it appeared they could hold on for their fourth victory.

However, time and a high scoring ride eluded Renwick and NWBR scraped home.

NWBR were well served by Mark Cadle, Zeb Critchlow, junior Shae Cadle, Liam Viney and Matt Gaby.

Their club will now represent Tasmania in the national finals at Newcastle on February 17-19.

The Tasmanian event was the third in the 2017 Nudie Australian Boardrider Battle Series.

The series moves to northern New South Wales at Yamba on October 29.

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