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March, 2019

Desire to keep Eagles flying over the Hunter

ELUSIVE: NSW Country Eagles inside centre Kyle Godwin during Saturday’s NRC semi-final victory in Newcastle. Picture: Jonathan Carroll.Newcastle Barabarians coach Scott Coleman believes the National Rugby Championship should continue visiting the Hunter region annually following Saturday’ssemi-final clash at No.2 Sportsground.
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An estimated 1900 people turned out to see the NSW Country Eagles advance to this weekend’s decider in Tamworth following a 50-24 victory againstthe Melbourne Rising.

In the competition’s third year it was the first finals match played in Newcastle and only the second overall after last season’s round game between the Eagles and Queensland Country.

Desire to keep Eagles flying over the Hunter TweetFacebook NSW Country Eagles v Melbourne Rising at No.2 SportsgroundPictures by Jonathan CarrollColeman reckons it should be an annual event.

“I think the NHRU should put in a bid to get a game every year,” he said.

“It’s so close for Eagles players to come here [from Sydney] and foreign teams can fly here directly.”

Newcastle and Hunter Rugby Union general manager Andy Fairfull said they would bid again next year with Eagles officials pleased with the display only a week after announcing the venue.

“The NSW Country Eagles were impressed with the organisation of the event and the quality of the facility,” Fairfull said. “The condition and pace of the playing surface was also noted.”

Coleman’s side earlier defeated the Country Barbarians 65-35 in a curtain-raiser with Josh McCormack and Chris Logan both scoring multiple tries while Dylan Heins was a standout performer.

The hosts led 28-24 at half-time after Country opened with the first two converted tries.

AAP reports: ThreeNSW Country Eagles players crossed for doubles in Saturday’s 26-pointNational Rugby Championship semi-final win against Melbourne Rising in Newcastle.

Winger Reece Robinson, man-of-the-match Samuel Figg and scrumhalf Jake Gordon each scored two tries as NSW Country secured a home final.

Second-rower Rohan O’Reegan scored Country’s other try in the seven-tries-to-three romp.

But the minor premiers were forced to play catch-up, after Wallabies back Sefanaia Naivalu scored the opening try for Melbourne in the first minute.

Five minutes laterhooker Pat Leafa barged over in the corner to help Rising earn a 16-0 lead.

NSW then scored 42 unanswered points to effectively put the game beyond Melbourne, although Rising flanker Jordy Reid scored a try with 15 minutes to go to trim the margin to 18.

Hunter women’s rugby playerMollie Gray departs for New Zealand on Monday ahead of the Wallaroos’two-Test series against the Black Ferns.​PREVIEW: Barbarians curtain-raiser features 10 grand finalists

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Mal calls for harder line on Thurston hits

Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has renewed calls for superstar playmaker Johnathan Thurston to be offered better protection by referees.
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Thurston was collared early in a high tackle by Kiwis enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves in Australia’s 26-6 win in Perth on Saturday night.The Australian five-eighth was smashed soon after in a borderline tackle by Martin Taupau.

RESILIENT: Australian playmaker Johnathan Thurston cops a high shot from New Zealand hooker Issac Luke on Saturday night in Perth against New Zealand. Picture: Getty Images

North Queensland coach Paul Green has been at pains to point out questionable tactics used in targeting his premiership-winning pivot.

And Meninga has brought the issue to a head again ahead of the Four Nations starting this month.

“He is the best player in the game and he is always going to have a target on him,” Meninga said.”Every game he plays he knows he is going to cop it left, right and centre in club footy, Origin or Test footy, but he just gets up.

“That’s why he is such a champion player.More than anything else he is such a tough player.”

Former Queensland coach Meninga did question the legality, or otherwise, of tactics opposition sides employed to shut down Thurston.

“As long as it is within the legitimate rules of the game,” he said.”I think Jared’s tackle should have been put on report.He is OK, JT, but it has to be within the rules.He is as tough and resilient as they come.”

Skipper Cameron Smith said the Kangaroos were moving in the right direction under Meninga.Their victory in Perthfollowed a 16-0 defeat of the Kiwis in Newcastle in March in Meninga’s first match in charge.

“We have set a standard nowwe don’t want to go back on,” Smith said.”We have made two good steps forward.We were better than we were in Newcastle and now we have to continue to build on that.”

Greg Inglis scored two tries and was manofthematch.Valentine Holmes wasn’t far behind on his Test debut, scoring one try and setting up another.

The five-tries-to-one win before a ground-record crowd of 20,283 in Perth was the first rugby league international to be played in the western capital.

Meninga said the victory would give Australia valuable momentum into the Four Nations in Britain.

“I am very happy with the performance,” Meninga said.

“Our start was excellent and we really dominated field position. They wrestled that back and started to control the ruck better. We responded and I was really happy with that.

“Our defence was really good, but we can play better with the footy.”

Inglis, who celebratedthe birth of his daughter, Quinn Sybella, on Monday, scored a try in each half and ran164 metres.He trained with the team for the first time at Friday’s captain’s run after arriving in Perth on Thursday.

“Greg says he doesn’t need to train now,” Meninga joked.”He said he will just do the captain’s runs before each game.

“It just goes to show what a professional he is.”

PHOTOS: Mildura Show 2016

​All the fun and excitement from this year’s Mildura Show.
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PHOTOS: Mildura Show 2016 Mildura Show – Day 1.Helen Klingner with daughters Melody and Maegen Klingner, from the Barossa Valley. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Siblings Daisy, 16, and Hugh Evans, 14, with family friends Gilbert, 16, and Wilson Kassebaum, 12. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Willy Kuo and Roby Feng enjoy a day at the show. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Sela Ilai with daughter Kelela Ilai, 5, from Robinvale, on the dodgem cars. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Neighbours Chloe Dillon, 11, and Lana Borchard, take a ride on the thunderbolt. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Brothers Xavier, 11, and Izaak Conquest, 7, on the Cha Cha. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Bianca Van Steenis, with daughter Harper Scott, 1. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Des Carrigg with daughter Zoe Carrigg. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Chloe Pettigrew, 16, Angel Harrison, 14, and Brielle Luttrell, 15. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Victoria Peterson and Tegan Quinn shop for showbags. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 1.Scott Wilkinson and Dianna Demarco, with Lilly Wilkinson, 8, Mia, 10, Alina, 7, and Lana Horvat, 12. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Horse events: Rider Izabella McIntyre of Bendigo, winner of two Grandslam Show Hack Arena awards, for the Grandslam winner in the Galloway and Grandslam winner in the Pony, pictured with her horses Izabella competed with. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. From left, Claudia Casale, 15, Will Esposito, 14, and Maya Anderson, 15. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. Siblings from left, Vaida Wilson, 1, Cody Wilson, 5, and Zach Wilson of Irymple. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. Grandslam Show Hack Arena awards, for the Grandslam winner in the Showing Hack, and was also awarded Anne Marie Memorial Award – High Point Grandslam. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. From left, Sue and Geoff Bloomfield of Mount Pleasant with their horse ‘Black and White’, who competed in show jumping. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. Ray Carman of Horsham with his Dalmatian ‘Boofa’ who participatedin the K9 Championships. Picture: Louise Donges

Jan Kelly of Melbourne with her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel ‘Phoebe’ who participated in the ‘Toy Group’ section in the K9 Championships.Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. From left, Belinda Dodson of Merbein South with her children Ava, 18 months old and Chloe, 4, and the children’s Pop Allan Anderson of Mildura. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura and District Gem and Mineral Club Inc president Gordon Woithe cutting a gemstone. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. Carol Treadwell of Mildura with her painting that was on display as part of the Magenta Artists group exhibition. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. Head steward in the Preserves, Cake Decorating and Cooking Hellyn Parker with some first place cake decorating winners. (On left first in the Novelty Decorated Cake by Mardi Holland-Monsen, and on right, first for Decorated Wedding Cake by Nakarin). Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. Ladies committee member Jan Ferguson holding a home brew entry by first time entrant Terence Irvine. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 2. K9 Championships entrant for the baby puppy section ‘Ruby’ with her owner Laetitia Schier, 12 of Horsham. Picture: Louise Donges

Whip industries motorbikes. Brothers Travis and Nathan Whitten.(Travis Whitten jumps over volunteers). Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Whip industries motorbikes. Brothers Travis and Nathan Whitten. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Whip industries motorbikes. Travis Whitten. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Whip industries motorbikes. Nathan Whitten. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Whip industries motorbikes. Nathan Whitten. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Whip industries motorbikes. Nathan Whitten. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Whip industries motorbikes. Brothers Nathan and Travis Whitten. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 2.Friends and family from left, Reg Kelbie, Kristen Korndorfer, Sheena Wuttke, Matt Crawford, 16, Ashley Watkins, 13, and Daniel Crawford, all from Renmark. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 2.From back left, Chloe Costa, Terri Tieman, Isabella Vaughan, Olivia Lemon, Jamieson Howard, Shiloh Lucey, Shaelah Webster and Monique Scullino, all 14.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 2.Leah Klaassen, Shania Jenkins and Rosie Paver, all 14. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 2.Maeghan and Chris Costantino with children Samuel, 1, and Christian, 2. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 2.Roy Bell, 16, with Callum Marshall and Laine Chant, both 17. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 2.Zavier Hillier-Arbuckle, 6, fishing for numbers to win a prize. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 2.Cigdem Konakci sells some fun toys for the kids. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show.Six month old Logan Muller with his mother Stephanie Farrow of Mildura. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. From left, friends Laura Cifra, 4, and Candice Treweek, 5 both from Mildura. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. Sallie and Steven Armitage from Adelaide with their children Sonny, 9, and Max 5. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. Some of the children’s artwork on display. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. From left, Melissa McMillan, with her mother Janice McMillan, of Mildura. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. Dean Connelly of Red Cliffs with his daughter Halle Connelly, age 4. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. From left, John Bailey and Peter Briggs with Mildura Legacy Fleece Show winning entries. The fleeces in order from left, First for Lamb Fleece by Lyn Prior of ‘Ronbrae Station’ Broken Hill, First for Crossbred Fleece by R&M Lang of Jindalee at Millicent SA, and First for Merino Fleece by Brady Bowen of Yatpool Farm, Yatpool. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. From left, sisters Lily Kroek, 5, and Winter Kroek, 3. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. From left, sisters Kyahna Tortora, 11, and Sienna Tortora, 8, from Mildura with their showbags. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. In the animal nusery is Ava Clottesy, 2, with her mother Lou Clottesy of Mildura. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. From left, cousins Jordan Bailetti, 8, and Riley Bailetti, 8, both of Middleton SA, having fun in the animal nursery. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Day 1. Reg and Paulette Giles of Irymple awarded a Bronze Medal from The Rose Society of Victoria for the roses entry they are holding. The arrangement was also first for Stems Floribunda section. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura Show – Brophy Bros Circus. Warren Brophy as Brodie the clown. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

N.S.T.S.C. (school)Teacher Lisa Calkins with students Indiana Thompson, 8, and Braxton Chambers, 5.Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show Society committee member Mark Cavallo. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show.Elwin Bell with children Roy Bell, 16, and Charles Bell, 1. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Uteznvanz Auto Show.Joe and Heather Geue from Strathalbyn with their 1965 “XP” ford falcon utility. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Uteznvanz Auto Show.Mick Ziemke from Adelaide with ‘The Little Pig”. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Uteznvanz Auto Show.Joanna Ziemke, 6 months, joins the show with her car ‘piglet’. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Uteznvanz Auto Show.Katrina Cochrane of SA with her ute ‘Playmate’. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Uteznvanz Auto Show. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mildura Show – Day 3. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

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Spirit locks down

THE Bendigo Bank Spirit set an early-season defensive benchmark after strangling the Dandenong Rangers in their WNBL clash on Saturday night.
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Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe had 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Spirit on Saturday night. Picture: CRAIG DILKS

The Spirit gave up just 45 points to the Rangers –the equal-fifth best defensive effort in the 219-game history of the club.

The Spirit won 59-45 at the Bendigo Stadium and have now made a 2-0 start to the season.

Dandenong had no answer to the defensive pressure applied by the Spirit as Bendigo beat the Rangers at home for the 10thtime in a row.

The Rangers shot the ball at just 26 per cent from the field –18-of-68 –and had no player score in double figures.

At half-time when the Spirit led 36-20 the Rangers were a woeful 8-of-40 from the field, with only three of those shots having been from three-point range.

“Everybody knows how tough Dandenong plays and to keep any WNBL team to 45 points…the job the girls did defensively was fantastic,” Spirit coach Simon Pritchard said.

The Spirit were never headed in the contest after Kelsy Griffin nailed the first points of the game with a three.

Griffin’s shot was one of just three three-pointers made for the game as both teams struggled from long-range, combining for only 3-of-19.

Having been slow out of the blocks against Adelaide the previous week, this time it was the Spirit who set the pace, leading by as many as 19 points during the second quarter, while their advantage later grew to23 during the third term.

Canadian import Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe was a bundle of energy at both ends of the court for the Spirit, backing up her debut match double-double last week with another as she had game-highs in both points (18) and rebounds (12).

Griffin (14) was the only other player to score in double figures for the Spirit, who after struggling at the free-throw line last week shot a much-improved 9-of-12, including making their first seven shots, while they dominated the rebound count 41-28.

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Funding in roads works, says MP

Northern Victoria MP Jaclyn Symes
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An upper houseMP’s radical idea to splice VicRoads into separate organisations for city and country areas has been dismissed by Jaclyn Symes as a “burden”.

Western Victoria MP James Purcell rose in State Parliament last week to call on the government to invest more money to fix the “terrible state” of roads in his electorate.

“VicRoads have, in my mind, failed country Victoriaand you can see that that becomes more of an issue the further you get away from Melbourne,” he said.

“The roads are unsafeand therefore tonight I urge the minister to give country Victoria a chance by splitting VicRoads into two distinct operations,being city roads and country roads.”

But Labor’s Northern Victoria MP MsSymes has defended her party’s investment in country roadimprovements.

“While governments of all persuasions are constantly looking at getting the most of their government departments and reducing costs, splitting an organisation and duplicating the roles and responsibilities would be a significant cost burden on Northern Victoria taxpayers,” she told The Border Mail.

“I am working closely withVicRoads, local councils and government ministers to ensure that appropriate funding is secured.

“The AndrewsLabor government ismakingregionalroadssaferand more efficientandthat’s why we’re investing $51.6 million for new overtaking lanesonkey arterial roadsin regionalVictoria and $340mto address known crashblackspotson more than 2500 kilometres of regionalroads.”

Western Victoria MP James Purcell

The state of country roads has become an issue in recent weeks after heavy rainfall and flooding damagedroad surfaces.

VicRoadswas set to startrepairs when the weather cleared up.

Ms Symes said the government had promised to invest$130mto replace road surfaces and pavements on criticalroutes, with 85 per cent to be spent on arterialroadsand freight routes in regional Victoria.

MrPurcell told Fairfax Media last weekhis ideawas borne out of frustration at decades of inaction over the poor state of South West roads.

“By repeating what you do, you don’t improve, so you need to change,” he said.

“It’s time we had a serious look at the way it actually operates …it isn’t necessarily about more money, it’s better value for money and to be spent on roads that it needs to be spent on.”

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