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Tom’s lead pick

Tom Couch, son of the late Geelong Brownlow Medallist Paul Couch, is believed to be the frontrunner for theSimon Black Academy coaching position in Launceston and is highly likely to filla joint role asNorth Launceston’s next TSL senior coach.
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Fairfax Media understands that Couchis one of a shortlist of three candidates left in the race to fill the position left vacant with the move of two-time State League premiership coach Zane Littlejohn to a development role with the Brisbane Lions.

It is believed that two of the remaining candidates are from interstate and one is an internal applicant from this year’s coaching staff.

FRONTRUNNER: Tom Couch, playing VFL football for Richmond during the round two match against Footscray Bulldogs at Punt Road Oval in April. Picture: Getty Images

A 28-year-old,Couchwas picked up in the 2011AFL rookie draft and played three AFL games for Melbourne over two seasons before being delisted at the end of the 2013 season.

An inside midfielder, he has played VFL football with Richmond and Collingwood and was Richmond’s strength and conditioning coach this year.

He won a best and fairest with Melbourne’sVFL affiliate the Casey Scorpions in 2012 and finished runner-up in the Liston Trophy the same year.

Couch has also travelled the world working closely with professional tennis players inpreparation for major tennis tournaments such as Wimbledon and the Australian Open.

He has also specialized in AFL junior development for youngsters aspiring to play AFL football and has been afitness consultant for multiple local football clubs across the country.

It is understood that Couchwill fill the Academy coaching role in the North of the state withthe Northern Bombers having alreadystated their preference for thesuccessful applicant to fill a dual role as their senior coach.

North expects to bring the twoexternal candidates to Launceston this week for a tour of the club and further discussions before making a final decision.

The club plans to make an announcement of their new coach by the end of the month.

It is understood Couch has futureambitions to become an AFL coach.

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Casey’s elevation pays off as Colts down ORC

IT has been a number of seasons since City Colts skipper Daniel Casey has opened the batting, but when he did so on Saturday it paid off.
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ROLLING THE ARM OVER: City Colts’ Tony Clancy claimed three wickets on Saturday as he cleaned up ORC’s tail at Loco Oval. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 101516colts1a

Casey made 76 to help steer Colts to a six-wicket win in their Bathurst District Cricket Association season opener against ORC at Loco Oval.

That knock showed Casey has the potential to be a good fit in the role filled by Callum Hotham.

It will also help his confidence as he looks to find good touch with bat and ball before this year’s representative games, Casey having stepped down as Bathurst skipper but still keen to fill an all-rounderrole.

“I haven’t opened the batting for awhile …and to be honest I don’t think I have been batting that well,” Casey said.

“But I was hitting the ball pretty good in the nets and thought I’d give opening a go and yeah, it went pretty well.”

Earlier the Colts skipper had sent ORC in to bat at Loco after winning the toss.

“I wasn’t really bothered which way to go, but because it’s the start of the season and I wasn’t 100 percent sure what the deck would do, I figured we’d be better off knowing what we would be chasing,” Casey said.

Colts’ struck early to remove Aaron Taylor for a duck and while fellow opener Trent Fitzpatrick batted his way to a solid 44, ORC struggled to form any substantial partnerships.

After losing their fifth wicket with 59 runs on the board, ORC finally swung momentum in their favour.

Adrian Mielke (29) and Dave Hitchick (36) saw the score into triple figures, while Luke Mack made a handy unbeaten 27.

ORC was all out for 206 –of which 36 came in extras –with Tony Clancy (3-18 off five) the most successful of the Colts’ bowlers.

In reply Colts lost Henry Shoemark (11) early, but Casey (76) and Shane Conroy (59 not out) got on top of the ORC attack.

When Matt Stephen hit a six in the 28thover for the winning runs, Colts still had six wickets in hand.

Angus Daymond took two of the four Colts wickets to fall for figures of 2-46 off eight overs.

“They batted pretty well, FItzy and Mielke made some runs, but the big problem for them was that no-one went on with it,” Casey said.

“I think bowling-wise both sides have a bit to do, there were too many extras and too many short pitched deliveries, and thefielding wasn’t great either.

“Shane batted well –he’s a sportsman and he’s got a big ticker. He dug in and took a little while to get set, but once he got in, he played some nice shots.

“When he plays those nice shots he looks like a first grade cricketer.”

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Star signs

MYRTLEFORD’S prospects of pushing further up the ladder have soared after signing Goulburn Valley league champion Tim Looby.
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Tim Looby

Only days after recruitingJosh Chapman back to McNamara Reserve, the Alpine Saints have struck again by landing one of country Victoria’s premier defenders.

The Shepparton United star, whospent time at Port Adelaide with Brad Murray, has signed a two-year deal as anassistant-coach.

Myrtleford president Michael Quirk said Looby, 29, would be a huge acquisition for the club as it attempted to improve on this year’s elimination final loss.

“Tim’s exactly the type of player we were looking for,” Quirk said.

“We wanted to beef up our young playing stocks as we have Brad, Josh Chapmanand‘Hayesy’ (Jarrod Hayse) around 30 or older but then we drop back to an average age of23 or so.

“He’s played a lot of fantasticfootball in the Goulburn Valley league and is a really versatile type of player.

“He can play virtually anywhere.

“We think he’ll be great.”

The 187-centimetre Looby has played most of his football in defence for Shepparton United and Shepparton Swans but has also made impacts when thrown into the midfield or up forward.

Looby captained Victoria Country in 2014 and 2015 and has represented the Goulburn Valley on seven occasions.

Hewill relocate to Myrtleford in the New Year.

“We’re really excited to have him on board,” Quirk said.

“He’s known Brad for a fair while and itreally just started froma few phone calls.”

Chapman has spent the past three seasons with Shepparton Swans andplayed in the Swans’ 2014 premiership side.

Quirk said Myrtleford’s player retention from last season had been promising.

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Beach Netball comes to North Wollongong: photos

Beach Netball comes to North Wollongong: photos Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber
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Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

Beach Netball at North Wollongong Beach on Saturday. Photo: Sylvia Liber

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Kookaburra Cricket: Wests v Raymond Terrace | PHOTOS

Kookaburra Cricket: Wests v Raymond Terrace | PHOTOS KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn
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KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

KOOKABURRA CRICKET: Western Suburbs v Raymond Terrace. Picture: Michael Hartshorn

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Ballards on show at Mt Isa

SAFELY HOME: Tasha Chambers guides Frisco Journey to a comfortable victory in Race 3 at Mount Isa on Saturday. Photo: Derek BarryThe new Mount Isa racing committee is up and running with its first successful meet under its belt.
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A decent crowd attended Buchanan Park on Saturday to enjoy a good afternoon of racing, though the new committee was keen to pay tribute to its predecessors with the name of Race 1 being A Big Thanks To The Previous Committee Maiden Plate over 1200m.

Tanya Perry’s Made to Win lived up to its name with Keith Ballard steering the horse to victoryby two lengths from favourite American At Sea with Veganer back in third.

The favourite did better in Race 2 the 1200mA Warm Welcome To The New Committee with new committee president Dan Ballard riding Garth Tully’s Infinite Success to another aptly named win.

Dad Keith Ballard was second on Tanya Perry’sFast Track Magic with Potholes finishing third.

The practicallynamed races continued withRace 3 beingthe Now Taking Melbourne Cup Day Bookings Benchmark 50 Handicap over the longer distance of 1450m.

Tasha Chambers guided Kerry Krogh’s Frisco Journey to a comfortable win by 4.5 lengths with Keith Ballard getting another second on More Dust with By Emteeare third.

Trainer Bob Burow had a win in Race 4 the MIRC Make Us Your Xmas Party Destination Benchmark 60 Handicap over 1000m.

His horse I’m Desperate Too gave another win to jockeyKeith Ballard by half a length from Shryn Gabriel-Royce’s Head Dragon with Sparkling Vixen finishing third.

The Ballards kept it in the family in Race 5, the final race of the day, the CNW For All Of Your Electrical and Data Needs Open Handicap over 1100m.

Dan Ballard grabbed his double aboard mum Denise’s Travel in Style winning by a head from the Bob Burow-trained Mossale with Scott McCullum aboard. Keith Ballard made it a full meeting of place getting finishing third on Garth Tully’s Whispering Death.

Next racing at Mount Isa is Tuesday November 1 –Melbourne Day.

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Goliath the dog rescued after spending three hours stuck in a Buninyong drain

LOST AND FOUND: Ian Watson with his eight-year-old jack russell, Goliath, who was saved by Ballarat SES crews after he was found stuck in a Buninyong drain. Photo: Dylan Burns.When Goliathran after a catno one expected the two wouldstill be together when they were rescued from a Buninyong drain three hours later.
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But that’s exactly what occurred to the eight-year-old jack russell on Sunday morning.

It took a Ballarat SES crew of 10three hours to dig Goliath free from a drain just off Forest Street in Buninyong.

But to their surprise it wasn’t only Goliath stuck in the drain.

While Goliath was happy to be out and back into the arms of his owners, the cat was quick to escape off into freedom, according to Ballarat SESduty officer Frank Gillett.

For Goliath’s owner, IanWatson, he was just happy to see his mate unharmed.

It was around 9am when Mr Watson received a phone callfrom his wife, who was out walking their dogs, that naughty Goliath had found himself insome trouble.

“We could hear him in there, and his brother Hercules just sat there howling,” he said.

“I thought he was only a couple of metres in, but he was 30 or so metres.

“So I thought we better call the SES. They were just wonderful.”

He said it was the first time in two yearswalking the same trackthat Goliath had ever chased a cat.

It might not be the last, with Goliath spending his new found freedom looking out forthe mysterious cat.

But if his owners have anything to do with it, there will be no more chasing cats with a new lead in sight.

But for now, it’s home for a hot bath to clean off the mud.

“He will probably get some cuddles from dad too,” Mr Watson said.

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Banham, Dell go big as the cup kicks off

Maiden first grade tons to Ulverstone’sDarren Banham and Devonport’s Tyler Dell helped guide their sides to opening round Greater Northern Cup victories on Saturday.
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PRESSURE: Ulverstone’s Brent Munday stays in his crease as the ball flies towards the stumps on Saturday. Picture: Scott Gelston

Banham made 101 from 138 balls, with seven fours and five sixes, as Ulverstone totalled8-231 against Launceston at UCI Oval.

James Smith chipped in with 35 from 32 balls as the home team built a score that proved far too great against the Lions, with Dom Rawlings taking 3-43 from 10 overs and Cameron Lynch 2-25 off seven.

Lynch made it a fine all-round game with a run-a-ball 54, but save for an unbeaten 29 from 36 balls from Rowan Smith, the visitorsshowed no real resistance and were dismissed for 172 in 49.3 overs.

Brent Munday took 3-25 from 9.3 overs and Smith 2-30 from his 10for Ulverstone.

Wicketkeeper Dell made 120 from 111 balls, with 12 fours and six sixes asDevonport made270 against South Launceston at the NTCA No.2.

Launceston’s Dom Rawlings tries to make the run out as Ulverstone’s Damien Devries sprints back

Import Anish Paraam contributed 40from 69 balls, Bruce Will 33 from 27 and Samuel Fogg 27 from 31.

The wickets were shared by South, withJack and Casey Young, Alec Smith and Mark Nutting taking two each.In reply, Southfinished at 7-161, with John Hayes making 52 from 88 balls.

Paraamfinished a fine debut with 2-13 with his left-arm spin, with Fogg (2-25) andChristopher Lindsay (2-33) also chipping in.

Ulverstone’s James Smith flicks one away.

Latrobe did the job against Riverside, winning by 28 runs.

The Demons mae 5-240, thanks to 81 from Callan Morse and an unbeaten 45 from Jacob Webb.

They bowled out the Blues for 212 in the 49thover, with Scottish import Neil Flack taking 3-36 from 10 overs.

Wynyard startedwith a 157-run loss against Mowbray at home.

The Eagles had contributions from John Le Fevre (56), Alex Jordan (49), Rohan Pooley (47) and Jerome Illingworth (29) as they amassed8-273.

Bhodi Johnstone (2-54), Dane Townsend (2-33), and Brendan Wilcox (2-21) finished among the wickets for Wynyard.

They could muster just 116 in response, with just three players (Gregg Sharman with 38, skipper Brodie Stokes 26 not out and Johnston with 18) reaching double figures.

Illingworth did the damage for Mowbray, collecting 6-11 from 8.3 overs.

Burnie fell to Westburyat Ingamells Oval by 77 runs, with the home team making 5-231 from their 50 overs thanks to 91 from Dane Anderson.

In response, Brodie Hayescarriedhis bat with 51 from 109 balls, but had nosupport as the Hurricanes were bowled out for 154.

Michael Lukic too 4-45off 7.3 oversto do the damage for Westbury.

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Calls for road safety after three fatalities

THREE road deaths in two days has left Tasmania Police again pleading with drivers to be safe on the state’s roads.
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On Friday morning, 59-year-old Victorian man Ross Alexander died in a crash at Elizabeth Town.

That evening a 48-year-old Bridgewater manwas killed on the Brooker Highway.

About 12.40pm onSaturday a third rider, a teenager, died onDawkins Road atLower Beulah.

A rescue helicopter was dispatched but he died at the scene.

The series of fatalities have left police saddened and again pleading with motorists to be safe on the roads.

“These tragic deaths will haveprofound impacts upon the family, friends and community circles of each rider,”Central West DivisionSenior Sergeant Debbie Williamssaid.

“Whilst the cause of each crash is currently under investigation by police and reports are beingprepared for the Coroner, it is a timely reminder that with improving weather comes an increasein the number of motorcyclists enjoying the state’s roads.”

Mr Alexander was part of a national ride with the Outlaw Motorcycle Club and had only arrived in Tasmania hours earlier.

His daughterSamantha said her father was a manwho“would do anything for anyone, day or night”.

“[He]always looked at the positives in life,” she said.

“He loved to talk the ear off people and will forever live on in the heart of many.

“He tragically lost his life doing what he loved out on the open road on the back of his beloved Harley Davidson

Riders are reminded to wear highlyvisible and appropriate safety gear, assume other drivers can’t see them, ride to the conditions, keep their motorcycle roadworthy andbe aware of potential hazards.

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Central prove worth early on in campaign

CONSISTENT: Ross McIntyre, playing for Central Park in the pennant division, won one and lost two games of doubles when his side faced Horsham Lawn Savage. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRIROUND two ofthe tennis this season is done and dusted.
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In the pennant division, Central Park marked its second win in as many games when the sidetravelled to Horsham Lawn.

The match was a close affair with Central Park leading sixsets to Horsham Lawn’s five after the 11thrubber.

However, the final three sets saw Central Park topplethe opposition on its home court, winning nine sets99 games to five sets 80 games.

Kalkee recorded a strong victory at home when the teamfaced off against Horsham Lawn O’Connor.

The fixture was all tied-up after the fourth set, with each team recording two wins.

But itwas a short-lived comfort forHorsham Lawn O’Connor asKalkee broke throughto secure 10 consecutive victories in the doubles fixtures.

Kalkee finished with 12 sets 113 games to Horsham Lawn O’Connor’s two sets 60 games.

The results ofSt Michael’s Horsham Tennis Club match againstDrung South were not provided.

In A Special, Central Park recorded its second victory as the away team,Haven forfeiting the match.

The forfeit sawCentral Park’s percentage skyrocketto 833.33.

Natimuk wasvictorious when ithosted Drung South.

Drung South wasleading after the fifth rubber, threesets to two, but the team wasunable to tally another set until the 11thrubber, which was also the club’sfinal win of the day.

Natimuk won 10 sets 103 gamesto Drung South’s four sets 41 games.

Telangatuk East and Homers battled through a close match, with the final two rubbers the deciding sets.

Telangatuk East started well and took a fivesets to one leadby the sixth rubber.

Homers fought back, winning fourof a possible sixsets by rubber 12.

Homers were a good chance to tie the day up before Telangatuk East won the final two sets.

Telangatuk East won nine sets 105 games to Homers’ five sets81 games.

In A Grade, Noradjuha defeated Haven nine sets 102 gamesto three sets54 games.

Kalkee forfeited its away matchto Brimpaen, while Central Park wasdefeated seven sets 75 games to five sets77 games by Horsham Lawn Tennis Club.

results from the Laharum and Quantong match werenot supplied.

Two teams havetwo wins from two matches inB Grade.Laharum wasgifted a second win by Haven Green, whichforfeited the match-up.

A close game was played out in the second match.Horsham Lawn Tennis Club was defeated by 14 games against Drung South.

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